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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 18, 1885.
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Gram! Mauna lavs lifts Ms li.ad,
HhiU nljkt, ktr Ut wings outspftad,
I lias from th. lanes of th. flay,
Mow swift tiatc)i llial arJtut fain
Th. mountain uj I to burn. nj t,lo
Ith robjr fire, whil. far Ixlow,
In ihill and (loom. Kill al.p th. Jain '
AnJaottie soul, that ilwt lis abo.
'llic irmly realms of doubt and f.ar,
.Shall catth btl.bt Et.ama, toft k.t hrar,
Upon fud 's radiant heights of Io. I
Shalt touch lb. stats that torn arid o,
hhall breath, th. alrscele.tial nut,
Nor heed th stotms that wildly brat
Upon th. untrodd.n fields below,
llilo, April I), llty M. C K
Trll'ftr of Mr", trellirnm l'rlmr la the Life
ami labor of the iMt Mm l.otrrll
'I lie word lady is used in this letter
as the holy saint John used it in his
Letters. She of whom I am to write
was a woman of exalted worth and
character, and was also adorned with
those gifts and graces of crson and
intellect which are thcjicculiar marks
of a lady. .
In college my classmate, and for a
time my roommate, was Lowell bmitli.
He went home toward the end of our
course to spend a vacation, and then and
there in the town of Heath, Massarhu
setts.he found a beautiful girl of nineteen
teaching the village school. She was a
native of llarrc, Massachusetts, but the
family had removed to Brandon, Ver
mont, where her father was a teacher.
She had been thoroughly taught by her
father in all the elements of a solid
education, and her fine mind was
further disciplined by teaching, in which
profession the teacher often learns more
than the scholar. It is not in my recol
lection that my classmate told me that
he had (alien in loc with a pretty
teacher while he was at home. Hut he
did. and about the same time he saw
his way across the ocean to some dis-.
tant mission ficlil, ana to tnat worn ne
had given his heart and soul before this
vounL' ladv crossed his path. He was
lull of the spirit of the oung men who,
behind the haystack, praed American
missions into being, and gac them
selves personally to the work long be
fore the power came into Or. Porter's
study at Andocr. Those )oung men,
of whom the world was not worthy, car
ried the spirit with them to Andovcr
hill, and on it kindled a fire whose
warmth and light went out into all the
earth and their words unto the ends of
the world. If Lowell Smith had been
a few years earlier in college he would
have been one more of that holy band
who set their faces steadfastly to go
into all the world and preach the gospel
to every creature.
Miss Abigail Willis Tenney was very
young when this call came to her heart
and soul: not yet twenty years old j but
her mind was already largely cultivated,
and her desires strong for influence and
usefulness. She was quite In advance
of her years. It was not a long struggle
that she had to make. Rather the pro
posal rose before the soul as a vision of
heaven revealing to nertne crown 01 a
noble life, the prize of her high calling,
and she accepted it not with the
martyr spirit, but as the brightest gift
that would be among her jewels when
she became my roommate's bride. He
finished his college course in 1825 1 and
went to Auburn Theological Seminary
to pursue his studies. She went to
Ipswich, Massachusetts, where Miss
Lyon and Miss Grant had recently
founded a female seminary. Afterward
they founded the Mount Holyokc In
stitution. Miss Tenney was already
competent to be a teacher; she was
soon called on to assist in the school,
and then dUplaved the abilities and ac
complishments which by and by made
her such a power for good in the far-off
islands of the sea.
Thus three 1 ears passed away al ter they
had met and loved, and when they had
given those years to faithful study, pre
paring themselves for the work of their
IIVCS, fllCJf wcic lliamtu 111 uuuuv.1 .n
sailed on a whale-ship from New Lon
don, November 23, 1832. It is not
likely that a sorrier wedding journey
ever was than these young people had
in the 159 days during which they were
buffeted about the ocean around Cape
Horn. They finally made the Sandwich
IsU.ids, their destination. The mission
there was in ,', youth, but the way had
been prepared for the advent of
Christian missionaries by a series of
providential events unequalled in wonder
and power since the Acts of the Apos
tles wert written for our instruction, on
whoa time end:, of the world have
Mrs. Smith suffered long and much
with feeble health, and at the beginning
Tety Inadequate provision could be
made for her comfort She endured
hardship in a native straw hut, a model
of which was sent to inc. i'or a long
time it was one of the curiosities of
Bamum's Museum. 'Iht'ti Mr. Smttli
built small house of (-tones, mostly
with his on hands, and (he natives
crowned it with a thatched roof. When
at lencth. after remounu from one
station to another they settled in llono
lulu, and the work so grew and multi
olicd that thev resolved to build a
church of vast sic tb hold immense
assemblies,,. Mr. and Mrs. Smith under
took the task that seemed, to human
sight, impracticable, l'aitli in God
could lay the top-stone. Mrs. Smith
was an invalid in bed, with native
women about her whom she was teach
ing household arts. Now she taught
them to make hats, mats and bags, to
Mil to whalers, sugar planters and
natives., and thus material was bought
for the new c'iuich. On and on it w cot
Mr. Smith made moulds for the adobe
brick : each parishioner made as many
bricks as he could, and in two' sears rt
was cowpletc : 125 feet long and 60
fett wide, with seats for 2,500, and
'1,000 could net into it It was often
crowded with txmitcnt. believing hear
rs, and grtat multitudes were added to
the church ol such as shall be saved.
Masac vtart wo I asked the trustees
caW bit Aiwa Mater to confer upon him
the Degree of 'Doctorbf Divinity, and
tSw iiSi, "Why. what bath be done r"
if any other of your students has been
more blessed, give to him the honor,"
Thev gave my friend the degree, though
I did not think his divinity needed
doctoring. It was riVas it was.
In the lovely Xtiuanu Valley, out of
the summer licit of town, they built a
neat, attractive house, a sweet rctieat,
where Mrs. Smith's health was greatly
improved. To her there came parents
6f good families asking her to help their
children in acquiring an education. She
consented, and from little to great it
grew until her house became an Ipswich
or Ilolvokc on a milch smaller scale.
All nations frequenting the Islands
sought its privileges for their sons nnd
daughters. It was a power in the land.
Men of position nnd inllucnrc, now in
office, sat at her feet. She had eighty
pupils at one tune. U hat her husband
was as a pastor, she was as a teacher.
Then a government school was sct up
adjoining the present Roval premises,
and Mrs. Smith was invited to take the
charge of it, but she declined, and pur
sued her work, her life work, faithful to
the end. A leader in every society and
enterprise for the improvement of the
people, she lived for the dear islanders
and literally died for tlicni.
In the last lifty jcars we, in my
family, have kept up a correspondence
with missionary men and women, whose
letters have been a blessing and joy to
us and ours. Levi 1'arsons was of the
first mission to the Holy Land, and wc
read a chapter in the Iliblc daily with
him, while he was afar ofTin the Kast
One letter of his did not reach us till he
had been dead a car. I could write
a long list of missionaries whose fares
are familiar at our fireside, and their
names arc household words. Those
larce shells are tokens of love from Mr.
and Mrs. Smith at the Sandwich Is
lands. That model of the mill at which
two women were grinding is from Mrs.
Graves in Cev Ion. And so on.
Hut of all these noble sons and
daughters of the Lord, there was never
one whose letters were so intellectual,
spiritual, exalted, so lull ol common
sense, practical religion and sclf-dcnving
consecration to the work she nau gone
to do. Her tastes were so refined that
there must have been much in her life
among the lowly that her nature would
have had otherwise, but the grace that
adorned her soul made the work
heavenly, and she moved in the midst
as an angel would cheerfully leave heaven
to do God's will in the slums of a city
and among the lowest of the childien
of men. Her service ennobled the
work. It was great and good because
her hands and spirit made it so. She
touched nothing she did not adorn.
And now she "has drawn the drapery of
her coach around her and sleeps peace
fully in the lar-off coral isles. Hve of
her children lie by her side. A son and
a daughter survive.
And her husband, my brother, my
college chum I In thy solitude and sor
row, dear old man, i nan nice across
the mountains and sea with words of
comfort and cheer. Thy wife shall live
again 1 She livcth now, and walks in
white raiment among the saved. Hie
abundance of the isles have been given
unto her and to thee, and thou shalt
lay trophies of immortal souls at the
feet of Him who redeemed them for
His cveilasting praise. It s-cms a long
time since vou and I parted and went
our several ways to do for God and our
fellow-men: often as the half-century
has worn away we have given the hail
ing sign half round the world, and now
once more I cry to the winds and waves,
and ask them to bear my heart's tender
sighs to your lonely home : a home no
more. Hut be not afraid. The morning
comcth. The bride of thy youth,
adorned for her husband, waits at the
Coming, Lord, coming. a-Vrtc York
itrttlH Nome yamoum ajnlit,.
"The -Old Folks at Home" was
written by Foster, who received $15,
000 for it in the way of copyright and
"America'1 was written by Rev.
Samuel Francis Smith in 1832, and
was first sung in Boston on the Fourth
of July ol that vcar.
"Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,
was written by 1 nomas auccket, an
hnulisli actor, who, in 1070, was a
teacher of music at Philadelphia.
I he tune, ol "John, litjwn s Uody is
Lying in the Grave" is of Methodist
camp meeting origin. It was adapted
to its present use by an organist in
Harvard Church in 1861.
"Woodman biure that tree was
written by George 1. Morris, because
the purchaser of a friend's estate
wanted to cut down a tree which his
grandfather had planted. His friend
paid the buyer $10 to save it. Morris
was touched by the story and wrote
the author, received $25 for its pro
duction, and afterward became a
begging tramp, while his publisher
could have built a brown-stone front
out of its sales.
"The Star-Spangled Hanner" was'
written by Francis Scott Key while
watching the bombardment of Fort
Mcilcnry in 1814, The song v was
printed in the Baltimore American
eight days after the battle, under the
title of "The Defense of Fort
"Home, Sweet Home" was written
for an opera by John Howard Payne.
It was first sung !n the Co vent Garden
Theatre at London, and made a big
hit One hundred thousand copici
were sold the first )ear, and by the
enu 01 toe second us puimsucrs nau
cleaicd $10,000 from it.
"Mat viand. My Manlanu" was
written by James R. Randall, of Wash
intiton, who is a modest-looking, dark'
complesioncd man of 40. He was
very voung when he wiote lhat bcautii
"Hail Columbia" was written by
Joseph Hopklnson in the summer of
1798, and it was first called the
"President's March." I) was always
sung when Washington came into the
theatre, and one of the objects of its
writina was the cultivation of a natilolic
"lit bM so nreacbvd the spirit amooit the People of the new
that under it &e bate believed. Republic--A'. K Graf hit.
In Uht liimitnr In lilt llnrrrt
Captain John Kricsson is now eighty
j ears old, And is hard at work ori an
important invention, occupying a dingy
chamber in New York. Captain F.rics
son gave the marine screw to com
merce and through it revolutionized the
carrying trade of the world. He
worked a long time on his hot air en
gine, by which he hoped to create an
other important revolution. He put
one into the ship Ericsson, but it was
not a success. The machinery was re
moved and the craft coin crtcd into a
sailing vessel, which has frequently
been in these waters. The hot air en
gine is slowly working its way, but it
does not promise to supplant other
motors. At a later date Ericsson in
vented the Monitor. That invention
has revolutionised the armed navies of
the world. The torpedo, in some
shape, had been known for a century.
It was long ago applied to small rraft,
or sunk 111 channel ways for the pur
pose of blowing up ships. Hut the
most formidable torpedo boat ever con
structed, and on essentially a new plan,
was that produced by Ericsson.
And now, it is said, the old man has
just completed a steam engine to be
driven by solar heat. It is a small
motor designed for pumping water on
the plains. During the last decade
much attention has been given by
scientific men to the practicability of
collecting solar ra)s to be used as a
motor. Steam engines have been
driven in that way. Ericsson proposed
to consttuct a cheap motor which could
be used when a small power was
wanted; and this was nowhere more
needed than on the hot, dry plains be
tween the Missouri River and the
Pacific Coast, and just where little or
no fuel could be procured. The sun
would be an endless source of heat
There are hundred of miles on these
deserts where there is neither wood nor
coal. Water is found at the depth of
from one hundred to three hundred
feet. Perhaps the latest invention of
Ericsson will turn out to be one of the
most important he has ever made.
Perhaps the sun which scorches and
burns in the desert, creatine a terrible
aridity, can be employed through this
invention to make the desert blossom
as the rose. The first successful
demonstration of the sun-motor applied
to raising water on the deserts, will go
a long way to convince many skeptics
ol the practicability of surh an in
The power of Shakespeare over the
public is shown by the extent to which
his phrases, and even his slan, has be;
come incorporated into our language
In this point, indeed, he tsr unequalcd.
Among these are "bag and baggage,"
"dead as a door nail," "proud of one's
humility," "tell the truth and shame the
devil," "hit or miss," "love is blind,"
"selling for a song," "wide world," "cut
copies," "fast and loose," ''unconsidered
triHe's," "westward ho," "familiarity
breeds contempt, "patching up ex
cuses, " misery makes strange bedfel
lows," "to boot" (in a" trade), "short
and long of it," "comb your head with
a three-legged stool," "dancing atten
dance," "getting even" (revenge),
"birds of a feather," "that's flat," "tag
rag, "tireek to me" (unintelligible),
"send one packing, "as the day is
long," " packing a jury," "mother wit,"
"kill with kindness," "mum" (for
silence), "ill-wind that blows no good,"
"wild goose chase," "scarecrow,"
"luggage," "row of pins" (as a mark of
value), "viva voce, "give and take,
"sold" (in the way of joke), "give the
devil his due," "your cake is dough."
These expressions have come under
my own notice, and of course there
mus be many others of equal familiarity.
The girl who playfully calls some youth
"a milksop" is also unconciously (iuot-
in9 Shakespeare, and even " logger
head" is of the -same origin. " Ex
tempore" is first found in Shakespeare,
and so are " Almanacs." The " elm
and vine " (as a figure) may also be
mentioned. Shakespeare is the first
author that speaks of "the man in the
moon," or mentions the potato, or uses
the term "eyesore," for annoyance.
Another often quoted utterance may be
here mentioned, simply because it is
generally misunderstood : " One touch
of nature makes the whole world kin,"
which is supposed to express the power
of sympathy, whereas it solely reterred
to the widespread operation of selfish
ness. Htrmit, in 2'roy Times.
tte rnrrlyn Xrir.
A Russian courier will arrive to-morrow
April 1st, bearing Russia's reply to
Granville's latest demands with refer
ence to the Afghan frontier.
A London dispatch of April 1st, from
Paris, reports that M. lie l'recinet has
now accepted President Grey's oficr,
and will form a new Cabinet immedia
tely. A Berlin correspondent says that
Turkey has rejected the Russian over
tures for an alliance and refused the
pledge to remain neutral in the event
A dispatch received at London,
March 31st, from Teheran, confirms
the report that the Russians had ad
vanccd their outposts to within eighteen
miles of Penjidcli on March 221I.
The Mudir of Dongola, at the re
quest of the Khedive, will soon visit
Cairo to discuss the present situation
in the Soudan with English and
Paris advices of March 31st,, say
There is much alarm felt over the fact
that no news has been received for up
wards of thirty-six hours from the
French army at Tonquin.
The Government has received a dis
patch from Dc Lisle, Commander of
the French Forces in Torquin. He
enfreats the War Office to send him re
A dispatch dated Suakim, April 1st,
says a detachment of cavalry was sent
out this morning to rcconnoiler in the
neighborhood of Tamai, and they
found Tamai occupied by a large force
of the enemy.
Hongkong, March 31. The posi
tion of the French at Chit is extremely
prcoirious. General Negricr's wound
has assumed a dangerous character.
The recapture of Langson will be diffi
cult, if not impossible, until next year.
The general advance of the Hritish
forces will begin to-morrow morning at
daybreak. -The troops will stop at the
Carccba to-morrow night, and will ad
vance on Tamai Friday morning. The
enemy suddenly appeared to day in
large force in the direction of Hand-
ouk. 1 he men at work on the railroad
An uprising of French half breeds
has occurred in Canada under the
leadership of a half-breed named Louis
Ricl. A collision has already taken
place between them and the Canadian
authorities in which some twenty-five
or thirty were killed and wounded. A
dispatch of March 28th says that a
serious fight has taken place. The
rebellion is gaining strength and it is
feared will be joined by the Indians.
The different tribes are now in council
London, March 31. Sir Stafford
Northcote, in the house of commons
this afternoon, asked ths government if
an) thing further had been received
from Russia concerning the Afghan
negotiations. The Marquis of Har
tington replied by refusing to give any
information and said the government
deemed this attitude necessary, be
cause both matters of fact and policy
which formed the subject of discussion
between England and Russia were ob
jects concerning which the strongest
and most sensitive feelings existed in
England. Russia and India. In re-
gard to continued military preparations,
the marquis stated that these were not
being made as a menace to Russia nor
to influence pending negotiations.
New York dispatches during April
1st, bring word (hat soon afters o'clock
in the morning Gen. Grant had another
At 6:55 a. m., Ex-Senator Chaffee
left Gen. Grant's house. He said that
Gen. Grant was very low, but conscious
that lie was d) ing.
At 12:25 p. m, Gen. Hadeau left
Grant's house to send a private mes
sage from the telegraph office. Whi'e
there he said that Gen. Grant was very
low and sinking rapidly ; that he may
die in one hour and may live three or
four days. "The General," said he, "is
sitting up all the time, except at long
intervals, when he lies down for a little
while. He is surrendered by all the
members of his family and Dr. Doug
lass is in attendance.
M R I
. ERNEST CRADDOCK
S. KhO,, I".. R C P AMD t S A. I.ONPO
jUte .'nhotir Ami I'rlemtn of
scitor.nr jv hhihvixh,
f King College, laondon,
Orricft Ailb Rmihrmcr No. tj Jort rf, lately
wcupil by !' Crinir,
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Importer ami Dealer tu M,utnher ami alt
kind of Jlulhthift Material,
No. 8a Fort Street .. , . .Honolulu
Stealer in i)ru ilootla. tttre, Tea, Silk ttmt
netf tlotut, It at, Hoot a ml
Shoe, Itran, Feet unit J tour,
dinar ami Toharro
Aw proprietor of Hlce and Suzar Plantations at
Kan tone, Kootatl, Waiplo, bwa, artl Heeui.
Cor. Nluanu and Chaplain St,..... Honolilu
Hare r-rpennl at the nM utand No, 9 Fdrt tlrtet,
r th A new and carefully m letted ttocV of
Gold Chains and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c,
t.adie would do well to call and e limine our atotk of
Hiacelet, tirooche, I -octets Farrin,, etc.,
whfch were especially MlecltJ t utt tht
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of our laiinew e regard a an
Important one, an I rtll Job eh'inited to m will
be earculr d In a manner sernnil to none.
Of ever) dccr!'rtion don to order. Particular atten
tton U JjaM to or ten and Job ork fiom lh
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer ami Continlaatnn Jtercmnta,
Corner Fort and Quern Stmrts, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stoclc, Real P.itate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agent for
American and L.urcpcan mercharuie.
i 232-2 3 j
1 I. Lyons,
11 J. Lbvev.
PHILLIPS ft Co.
A L. SMITH,
Importer ami Denier in Gtttirarc,
Meriden Stiver-VI at ed Ware,
No. 83 Fort Sikhkt . Honolulu
Kintf Combination bjxcnclc and K)eijLie
Luminal Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Irames,
Wotenholm Pocket Cutlery, II. I. Chase's Uland
views, Clark's b)ool Cotton, Machine Oil. all
kind of Machine Needles "Domestic" Paper Fatfuons.
Sole agent of tha universally acknowledged LUht
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importer and Dealer in General Mer
chandiae Corner Queen nnd Kaaiiumanu Streets, Honolulu.
IVillrhmilkrt mill Jetrrlrr,
Watch repairing mods a SpoolaUty,
Ml orJcra from th othci laUnJa promptly Altcnd.il tu.
No. 33, HutELbTKKKr olloNULVt-U, ll.l.
A W. PE1RCE & (-0.
" I would like to get a certificate of
insanity, s.iul a man to the asylum
commissioners, "whom do you want
it for?" "Myself," "Are you insane?"
"Lraiy as a chinch." "And jou want
admittance into the asylum?'1 "yes.sir."
"What evidancc canyon give us of your
insanity?'' "Eidcncc that you cannot
dispute. I read a three-columu article
on the tailff." 'Go to (he as)lum and
tell the keeper. He'll admit you. In
positive cases certificates are not
necessary." A rkansaw Tiaulltr
Tell me, maiden, w Ity you loc mc ;
Is it for my house and gold,
Is it for my tnanty igor,
For my carriage free and bold.
I'or the heart I give you truly ?
Sweetest maid that ever was,
Tell me, tell me, why you Ioe me,
And she ansucrcd "Cause."
The young man that goes to see a
Second street damsel and sits on the
front steps, is requested to cither Veep
his tec t off the pavement or hang a
lantern on them. UiHvnscijus 'it
of tht Is (mar J. v
Wanted Rooms Two or three
unfurnished rooms, with or without
cariKls. down-town, by two little red-
headed children, with their, arents;
have lived in their own home; no
housekeeping. Call or address Children,
787 Greene ave. Jirwijn agU,
Funny, isn't it, that you always tec
the night-fall before any stars begin to
Adam was an Odd Fellow until he
got asleep and Kve-ned up. Iwutll
A Constantinople dispatch of April
1st declares the government is m
arrears to its soldiers for several
months' pay, and today the wives of
the soldiers attempted to secure atten
tion to their husbands' demands by
apjicaring in force at the office of the
minister of finance. Hands of women
collected to the numberf 2,000, and,
at an appointed hour, tlwy marched in
a body to the office of the- minister of
nuance. Pushing last the guards, they
entered the office, and confronting the
minister demanded the pay due thejr
husbands. Policemen tried to expel
them, but the women turned on the
officers and forced them to retire. The
finance minister made a plausitile ex
cuse for the delay in paying the men,
when the women declared his answer
unsatisfactory and made a rush for
him. lie escaped by jumping out of a
Paris, March 30. The excitement
oer the French defeat at I.angson is
Intense, indeed, the feeling against
tuc government is so strong that an
outbreak is feared. It i remitted that
France has officially declared war,
This, with the feani of a serious riot
and the downfall of the Ministry', hid
caused a panic on the llourse. All the
Radical newsiiaicri request the un
peachment of the ministers, and Roche
fort demands the head of Premier
Ferry for his many blunders in Ton-
1ll!n . . .
It is rumored that the Anamcsc havf
risen against the French authority,
The rising is attributed to the French
reverses in Tomiuinand to intrigue of
the Chinese mandarins. s-
The French troops in Formosa will
oacuate the island and go to Hanoi.
Ad wees from Kclung say that the
Chinese hae completed the destruct
tion of the coal wine near that place,
having exploded the galleries with
dynamite and flooded the mute.
fliHf CommlMmlon Mer
No. j QesKN St. Honolulu.
Aficntt tor UramTa Guns and Uomb Lancea and I'cr.
ry lavia 1'aln Killer, 910-361
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Iteiitcri In TAtmbvr unit atl klml of HhIUI'
Inu .Wiifrrfiil., J'uliira, OIU, XiiIIm, dc,
No, 44 QttKN S-kt ..Honolulu, II..!.
AGINTS or SCHOONERS
HtU.sdcaJ., KuUminu, Kck.uluoht, Miry BUen,
Uilama, p.uahl and Lealil.
At Robiroon'a Wliarf. aio-961
P II. OED1NG.
Kxtn'rsM itmt Jraymnn.
Office. No. 81 Klne Street.
Residence. No. .7 Pnnchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
I'reiittit, Pacldge, nnd Itaggag. delivered to and from
all parta of 1 lonolulu and t icinity. Careful At.
tentlon paid to moving I unilturc, with
WAGONS EXPKKSSI.Y IOR. 'HIE PUHPOSE.
Office Telephone, No. 86.
Houe.'llepnwtc..iKo. otv - 736-43? .
Hoot dm! HhorinaKer.
Hoots and Shoes trade to Order.
No. toj Koht Sthbrt..:
f. W. MACKAKLANK
II. k. SIAirAKLANK.
Q W. MACPARLANB & CO.
Importer., CommLulon Merchants
and Sugar Factors.
I'ire-proof Building. Queen street, Honolulu.
t'uuloa Sheen Ranch Co. Hawaii.
j. Fowler & CVa Steam l'low and I'ortaLle Tramway
Mirrlcss, W'atson X Go's Sugar Ma(hincr)', Glasgow
Gtusguw and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu lane of ackcts,
lioiidon and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun I ire OlTice of Loridju. 101-243
TT HACKFBLD & Co.
General Commlnalan wr.if.
Cor. Fort and Quern Street. Honolulu
Importer and triioleante Itmtera Cloth
tiiy, Itoota, .Siorjt. Iluta, Jlen af'iir-
niahtnu Joodt iuncy Good, IZte,
No. 10 Kaaiiumanu Street .... Honolvm;
It W. McCHBSNEY Ac SON.
Leather, Hide, Tallow and Commission
Accnii fur the Royal Soap ComiAny.
No. 42 QUEKN StkLRT ,.4 HuN0t.tl.U
S. GKINBAUM A Co.
Importerttnd Vhotelr Dealer it Gen
Makei's IIlock .Queen Stkkrt. Honolulu
TUT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Forwarding and Conimtantnn Merchant,
S14 CALiroKNiA St. San Francisco.
Special facilillr. for an J parttcuUr atlcntlon pa. J to
coiiif nmentt ol uiirni croouce. aiu-atvi
Carpenter and Jlnltder,
AH kind of jobbing promptly attcmlcil to.
'1 r 1epl.on No. no. .llumon'.t hJtprcM.Ofl.ee,
Snor, No. 84 King bTRi. Honolulu
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importer and Dealrr in Hardware, Cut'
lery, Toot a, $
".tint 4 ami OtU, and General Merrfuwlue.
No. 74 and 76, Fokt Street ,... Honolulu
IMI'OKrKK AND III-M.KR IN
BOOTS &c SHOES,
No SO Fort Stront. Honolulu. H. I,
X5T Th largest anil bet tortmenl of .f
Ladles. Gentlemeu'i and Children!
Boots, Shoes, Slippers. Dancine Pumps, etc
To bo found on the UUndt.
Pnis as low as cltewhere fr similar quality of
goods. KLind orders solicited ami promptl) executed.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort Stront. Opponlte Dotld's Stnblcn.
Beef, Veal. Mutton, Limb and fork.
German and Potk Sausages,
Fish, Poultry and Vegetables
Orders w ill receive prompt attention. Shipping .up
plied with dUpsitch
" iKrEriiosK'1 lVo 104:
OLLISTER a Co.
H'hotemtle itml Jteliill Jrutttt ttmt To-
tti rro fl (.
No. 59, Nuuanu Stleet Honolulu
DIS1I0P & CO., B.uk.ra
w Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaniis.
1 Draw Kxchance oil
IIIUIIANK OF CAI.irORNIA,
And lli.lr agents In
NEW VOUK, ,
MmrvN il, KOIIISCK1LU4SONS,
IImCOMMEKCIAI. HaNKINO CO.,
OF SVDNEV, I.0NUQN,
11,. COMMtkCIAI. ILNKNfl CO.,
CF SVDNEV, SVUNKV
Iim IIANKS OF NEW ZEALAND!
THE IIANKS OF HKIVISII COLUMUIA,
VIC10RIA, 1I.C ANU FORHAND.OR,
Tiitnu.t a Count lUitkinJf II mint 11.
TJOPI & CO.,
Nm. 74 King Stkkkt, Honululu
VphuUterern, Draper anil Itealerw Ih atl
Ktmlm of -Fiintl'iir.
Tclcplion. No. 143.
importer of General Merchandise firom
France, Kayland, Germany and
the Untied State,
No. jBQumk Stakkt HONOLUt
916 anusiICalipornia Street. .San Francisco
FttulIcuUr attention paid to filling and shipping Is
tunu urucrv 110-901
IT E. McINTYRB BROTHER,
Grocery and J-Vnl More,
Cor. Kino anu Foar bit... .......... ,. Honolulu
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
nnoieaate ana jseititt urocer.
No. 95 Fokt Street. . Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provision ol all Until on hand and
received regularly from Euroje and America which
will l old at the lowest mait.t rates.
Goods deltvered to an) part cf the city free of charge
I .land orders solicited and prompt alltntiou will b.
given to the same. ," '39
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on appro.!
security. Apply tu W. U GKbKN,
OHice Heaver IIlock, Fort St. Manager
'-pHBO, H UAVIBS A Co.
Late (anion. Green & Ca)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
No. 4 Kaauumant fir Honolulu
Uoid's and the Liverpool Under vVritcrs,
HntUh nnd (orc.sn urine Insurance Comitarjy, and
Northern Assurance Company at 0-361
'pHOS. G. THRUM,
UU-OKTINO ANU MANtrACflRIMG
Stationer, A'rir Ayenl, VrHter, lloolt-
And publlklier of the Hawaiian AhnsiuC and Annual,
jiercnani, sirect jfeiicrsin rine ixaiionery,
Music, Toys and Jancy (oodstj
rort street, neat
EST, DOW & CO..
Importer and Dealer in atl kind of
jmttmtv iiumim, jattcy tova,
Nos. io) and to; Toar Sthee't.,
Has just received per Mariposa,
DUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cala Dieoe, Kits Salmon lell!4, Ca Codfish,
Kegs Family Htcf, Saloon Pilot llreatd.
CrackervIahlr KaUins, Dried Teaches,
Pnfl pncot, lVuncs, Gennea,
OuliroKMilii Oontl llonuy.
TaMe Fruits, lams and Jellies Family Flour,
Wheat, Corn Potatoes, Outon, Candles.
Old VatreinU Sweet and Sour PIoUm,
And many other articles too numerous to meniioi),
v. hk), will he sold at pria.es to suit the times. tT Sails
faction guaranteed. CHAS. HUSTACH,
Telephone no. (34-5() No tn King; Street
LA1NE Ac OO.
No. 34 Fort St., Clock Building,
Hae received aconicnment of the most Fconomicat
and Valuable teed for all kinds of stock, ir
ltlsihtr greyest lk-U former, Milk and flutter pro
ducer In use..
,Oit Caka Meat shows absut 17 per cent, of nutritive
matter ; this nearly 39 xr cent.
100 lbs. of this meal l equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or
118 IS, of corn, or to 797 Mx of wheat bran.
Also, our Unrlvsted MlXUl rFhO.as well as our
usual supply of tht bewt kinds of
Uyt OaU, Wheat, Corn. Eto, Eto.
Which Is ofTrrcd at tha lowet .Market Kates, and
delivcicd free to any part of the city.
Agents for tha
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California.
Afttnts for ilit HOOVER 'IKI.ni'HONl!.
CommU4oncr of Ueds for the Stale of CaUfxnfa
TELCrilONK NO 1,1, so-i
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
C BREWER A COMPANY,
ttemeral MercaHtU,tiHll',mmtal, Agent,
QiaEN Slaaar, Honululv,
Offu.ra-. V, C Jones, Jr., pr.alJ.nt mmI aaaoagut
Jorfi O. Cartsr, treauarsr ul teenwr. lirs4ut
Hocta. (.rurlm K. Hubouu4 II. A. f. Canal W, r
LUqo, aialuor. ij'af4
(fOSMESLV WITH WOUM A C(X
WksAmlm is4 JsWt Ger,
. KuaSrsiat .....mmUmuke lUauour Hstu
Steam Knylnea, Hotter, Sugar Mill,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Casting.
Honolulu H, I
.Machinery of every description maJt to order.
Particular EltctuLon imIJ la SKIn's. ItlitLkfntiKin.
job work cscvuicd ont ht sWtcst bvtlct. io-s4i
YNO. O. FOWLER Co.,
Ar prepared Io furnish Flam mmd K4i
malt for Steel
With or wuhoU CVs and 1-ocoootins StcUll
AI)PrEp rOk SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Peruuoeai Kailways, and Locotaotlrts and cats, Trac
I ia Knluts and Road laacurovtivts, hteaa
iwuEning anu vuniTaiiag aiavAUeir r
aut .nguts tut ail purpows.
:us Wtth lIlHrtnilurta. llodeU and Hie
rptu of tht abott Hants and Marnlntrr aay W
rrrir ssav u sb
41 lhJ1.oeoflht ukdenlftstd. W. I- GKafKN m
IS. W. MAVMRLAniiSUI.. AMt t.V MI. WtiV
WrC l t'J-1
Family. IldrnLuIoa, amvisliip stores uttfJmX u sht
ItWpJkaut No. tl.
New ftWs bv every steoiar. UnUn ftotm
tf lUAisJ HUHtf tHy tass.ltta.
pmmUUm Merthmmt mmd Gtnrml tmlsr
I la term tid;
Wni;EU.Maui.-..t ,. ,,M-....H. I
CnxeiUs Hfdar, Ssaswaevy, a4M4 lliilisia,
rsffEamy td. Cktmwsa. tM-Ci
Fuimturt. Chairs. Sewinir alarhlnti. Minor iaJ
Mirror llait. Pkturt traiuas and Curnlcvs ntade to
Agent for Moanui Htwr, Valama Hire
nd Kadua Klct PUnistlon and Mill.
NuUAMt,STEET7 , .... COKNk.lt MASiE
Oral.r m Cktlet! Utrf, feat, Mutton, Kit.
No. Qu.EM St.i.t, FiIk HaakET.
Karat! arsj bhtofing nr&tn csrcfulljr att.iid.d to.
U. block furuldMd la V.sm' at abort uostca.
VcEtfatUs ofaJI kJAuls autjplifrt u usdrr.
'l.l.ruoM.. ,.,,,., , . , No. .is.
JuM rtd, bar S. H. ALsumJ. Ho. aMjftin.Ht pf
Will patr, '
Of llt IJat.mt HlylssM,
WaHaVniM itxOAc. mfU Pi.u (NsUsklioc Co,
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
TOUT HTUKIW, .
(OITOSIlt DODOS tflAnLKS.)
Horse Shoeing in all its Branches
lKnt to liit n.9t woibinanhkt matuier,
Eacbg & Trotting Shot s iptelsUv.
Our Kan. !!! U ttawnaliU.
'Ih unJcrsliMj, kavlne ImmiU out ihi Intmsl of
ill. lania. I tMd In lit. alius, shcu. kcjitita m nkilnu.
atK. tif ll ItUral patrutua UstowsJ on lh. lata Aram.
Mr. J. W. McDoaaU r.c.lr.d th. hlrb.st
Award ami Lllplonia, Cor hla Hanil-maJ. Mim.
.1 tli. Hawaiian Uahibltloo lot Ik. J.ar iMa.
1st IImw. ul.nlo h. slayp anJrsturMdal short
uutK. hiiillij. I W. akllONALI).
TVfRS. THOMAS LACK,
Mo. IS Tort StjrMt. HmmIsJsv
lUIV.t.S AHM filALS. Ill
I AMD GllUfla.
I'mrf Attarhment; Oil mail Atttmtrhw.
ac Ear to, ms rCr
Whit. aaJll.a Lk,iifRli:.0 N Hows Mas Maw,
llcrwaril'.Mukln. KuJUl all lUl.
tli.. .at..'. 1 U.n1V....I w F
CUik's O. N. ralakln. Cul.
Mmr. Dtnuruft XtlitNl Cut fuftr PmHmtl
(iiis 11J SM.iika tVuu,
, an Jl, fuwui.. Car,
aaj H.taiuc CaitEltift
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