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VoiAJMli V.MItKR. 35.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 2, 1885.
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A very clwminn llltinmtion by
llertall, sctviiH; m the tail-piece to t,
chapter of llrillat Savailn'a Physiologic
ilu Goflt, represents a worthy cur
tested in an nrmcliair, and conning bis
breviary, while bis factotum Jbanncton,
kneeling licforc the fire, is preparing
his evening rcasl, and lifting the cover
of a saucepan, the savory steam arising
from which may naturally be supposed
occasionally to interfere with her
master's devotions. Throughout the
book, indeed, and in other works on
the same subject, the French ecclesi
astic is almost invariably described ns.a
sleek and rotund personage and n
thorough apprcciator of good cheer;
his epicurean propensities being more
especially de eloped on meagre d.i)s,
when such delicacies as a soup com
posed of the essence of crawfish, a
salmon-trout, and a succulent omelette,
ate mentioned as not unfrequently
gracing his table. Whether a .similar
refinement of gastronomy still prevails
among the Gallic clergy of our own
time we arc unable to say, although
our cxcricncc of them would rather
denote the reverse j but it is certain
that, at the period when Hrillat Savarin,
Grimod de la Rcyniorc, and their
illustrious colleagues flourished, more
than one dignitary of the church en
joyed the reputation of successfully
emulating, both in theory and practice,
the most renowned professors of the
Few of these bad a more indisput
able right to the title of gourmet than
Monseigncur Courtois de Quinccy,
Bishop of llclley, who, however, was
once in his life the victim of a clever
mystification. He had been told that
in the asparagus-bed of his kitchen
garden, a gigantic specimen of that
favorite vegetable had been discovered,
gradually forcing its way through the
earth, and surpassing in size the largest
product of its kind hitherto seen; this
excited his curiosity, and, accompanied
by his entire household, he repaired to
the spot, and soon satisfied himself that
the account he had heard was not in
the sliehlest decree cxaKCerated. No
thing could be more promising than
the aspect of the phenomenon ; and
the bishon signified his intention, as
soon as it should have attained matur
ity, of seiMratinR it himself from the
sulk, for which purpose a knife was
ordered, in special honor of the
occasion, from a Parisian cutler. In
due time arrived the important day
when the asparagusihad reached its full
growth, the.episco'ial train assembled to
witness the ceremony, and Monseigncur
gravely prepared to transfer the dainty
from its native bed to a dish borne by
an attendant ; when to his surprise and
mortification the knife encountered a
hard substance, which turned out to be
neither more nor less than wood. It
afterwards transpired that this ingenious
work of art lor such it certainly was
owed its origin to a waggish canon, by
whom it had been so skilfully manu
factured and colored as to deceive the
most experienced eye; nM who had
secretly regulated its elevation to the
proper height. On perceiving the im
posture by which he had been so com
pletely duped, the bishop hardly knew
whether to laugh or be angry; the
merriment of his retinue, however, was
too infectious to be long resisted, and
the offending canon, instead of rccciv
ina a reprimand for his audacity, was
graciously complimented by Mon-
scigneur on his ingenuity.
Gastronomy in France, which had
been at a very low ebb during the
Revolution, regained on the establish
ment of the consulate the prestinc it
had formerly enjoyed during the reigns
ol hoaa toe t-iueentrt and his pre
(UcaMors. From that period until
SS30, in addition to those already
mentioned, at least a score of celebrated
epicures rivalled each other in their
devotion to the pleasures of the table ;
the chief among them beirtg the Arch
Chancellor Cambaceres, in whose
magnificent hotel, banquets on the
most sumptuous and luxurious scale
were periodically organized for rthe
delectation of his chosen familiars.
From these tus two inseparables,
D'Aigrtfcuille and the Marquis de
VUIevieillc, the former as prodigiously
HMtt as the Utter vrcrt abnormally thin,
mfn never absent ; and an anecdote
jcvacarning them, related by a content
, pomry, may be recorded here. Thry
I Md both Men invited, together with
evcral other guests, to dine with their
patron, and on arriving, learnt to their
dismay that their host had been un
expectedly .summoned to the council
of state, and that the dinner would
cooatQucntly not be served until his
return. The first hour passed tolerably
enough, but toward the dose of the
IM majority 01 tnoso present,
their t appetites was every
stionser, began to manifest
l of uncontrollable impatience, and
Metened eagerly for the wi.hedfor
ound of the .ministerial carriage.
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from the 'feet," touching pictures of
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wheels in the court ran! signalled to
the famished assembly that their trou
bles were nt an end, and that their cars
would shoiily be gladdened by the
long desired announcement' " Mon
seigncur est jervi I " Alas ! it came too
late, four hours of fasting had done
their work, the rr.iving for food had
given place to an absolute incapacity
of digesting it , as dish aAcr dish went
away almost iintastcd, the guests looked
piteously tit each other, and D'Algre
feuille, unable any longer to endure so
hcaitrcntling n spectacle, took his
leave on the plea of sudden indisposi
tion, whispering to Villcvicillc, in the
wonls ol Titus, ns he mournfully
saddled nut of the room, "N'c hae
lost n day I"
Other notable gourmets of the period
were the Maiitns ilc Cussy, inventor
if 11 cake which still bears his name,
Camcmni, a mediocre actor but ex
rcllcnt singe manager of llw Coinedic
Italicnnc, who ctunlo)ed his leisure
hours in the composition of a soup, the
materials of which were so costly as to
!e beyond (lie reach uf the oidinary
epicure; and Joiirmac de ht. Mcard,
the same who, during the Ucign of
Terror, had miraculously escaped shar
ing til': late ol his rcllovv-suspcus in
the prison of the Abbayc. According
to contcniorary accounts, it was his
custom to take his place nt tabic early
in the morning, nml nevct to leave it
before night; and it is recorded of him
that, having invited a friend to dinner,
he pressed him to partake of a parti
cular dish, which tiie other declined
doing, pleading as an excuse that he
feared it might not agree with him.
"Uahl" contemptuously exclaimed
Journiae, "you don't mean to say that
you are one of the idiols who ttou'mo
themselves about their digestion I"
Nor must a certain priest be for
gotten, whose elasticity of conscience
in culinary matters wan proverbial.
Hcinjj invited on a fast day to a repast
befitting the occasion at the house
of n noted lover of good cheer, he was
on the point of helping himself to a
dish the odpr of which singularly
tickled his palate, when the lay brother
who accompanied him enjoined him in
a whisper not to touch it, adding that
he had seen it prepared in the kitchen,
mid that the gravy was simply the
essence of meat. " Meddling fool I"
angrily muttered his superior, pushing
away the dish with a sigh of mortifi
cation ; " what business had be in the
kitchen? Couldn't he have kept it to
himself until after dinner?''
We can remember many years ago
conversing vvijb an old gentleman who
had been on intimate terms with Hrillat
Savarin and Grimod de la Rcynicrc,
and questioning him about them.
" Hrillat Savarin," he said, " was the
plcasantcst and cheeriest of men. but
he had one defect': he liked his game)
high, and earned :t in his pocket wher
ever he went, until the odor became so
offensive that, everybody not out of his
way. His Physiologic du Goflt had
great success, but true connoisseurs
will always prefer the practical science
and originality of the Almanach des
uourmands. linmou, lie added,
" the author of this inestimable manual,
was inordinately fond of pork, and 1
recollect a dinner given by him at
Villcrssur-Orge, on which occasion a
delicately-p-cparcd sucking-pig met
with such general approbation that our
host sent for the cook, and alter com
plimenting him on his skill, declared
his intention of bestowing on him a
suitable recompense, and having ascer
tained on enquiry that M. l'ierre's am
bition was to marry a young girl whose
face was her fortune, promised a hand
some dowry to the bride, besides pay
ing for the wedding dinner; so that the
sucking-pig eventually cost him over
six thousand Iraucs.
During the Consulate and the Em
pire the most fashionable "traitcur"
wa1; Beauvilliers, whose splendid
dining rooms in the Rue Richelieu
were frequented by the best society in
Paris. .Unlike the generality of Ins
colleagues, he was equally renowned
for his'polished and courteous manners,
and for the orthodox propriety of his
costume; he invariably received his
customers himself, and took infinite
pains that ever) thing set before them
should be sufficiently tempting to in
duce them to repeat their visit. One
day a gentleman, whom he recognized
as a well-known marquis, came in and
ordered a "supreme de volaille" (a
speciality of the establishment), which
in due time waj placed on the tabic,
lieauvillicis, happening to pass by at
the moment, glanced at the dish, and
in spite of the remonstrances of the
marquis, pounced upon it, and deli
vered it to a waiter, directing him to
have another preiured immediately.
Ttl'en, turning to his irfdignant visitor,
uiiu ucnuenueiy savoring a pincu Ol
snuff, " M. le marnuis." he said. " vou
will jiardon the abruptness of my pro-
cceuing, out tne nonor 01 my House is
at stake. 1 regret that you should be
exposed to a little temporary incon
venience, but I cannot allow my
reputation to be compromised by a
Although Paris was naturally the
headquarters of gastronomy, many of
tne larger provincial towns, such as
Bordeaux, Marseilles and Lyons, pos
sessed their quota of epicures, who met
at each other's houtes, and held
regularly organized banquets little
inferior in magnificence to those of the
capital. One of the chief promoters of
these social meetings in. Lyons was a
certain Chevalier de Itngcac, by no
means an uncommon specimen of the
genus " bon viyant," never backward in
partaking of the hospitalities of his
friends, liut extremely char)' of return
ing them. Being, however, generally
regarded as an acknowledged authority
in culinary matters, his presence was
considered indispensable on grand
occasions by the principal amphitryons
of the city ; and it was from' 'one of
thew, a wealthy banker, the fortunate
jiossessor of the best cook in Lyons,
that he received an invitation to supper
a meal not yet fallen into disuse on
a particular evening in the ensuing
It U needless o say that he was
punctual at the appointed hour, and
dweavered to hk satisfaction that the
patty, ten in all, included the most
noted gourmets of the locality ; a fir
cumstancc, he thought, suggestive of a
moro than nstinllv luxurious ictiast.
Uuned up by these agreeable antici
pations, he Ujok Ins place nt tabic,
where the first course was already
srrved , to his surprise, it consisted of
viands more remarkable for solidity
than refinement ; such as n sirloin of
beef, a fricassee of chicken, n fricande.iti
of veal, and a stuffed earn, each ex
cellent of its kind, but hardly suitable
to so distinguished a company, An
other singularity presently struck him ;
Ins fellow guests, without exception, ale
sparingly, one olTmning that he was
sulTcrlng from headache, another that
he had dined too late, and v third that
lus digestion was out of order , in
short, the chevalier was left alone to
exert his prowess, which task he per
formed to (lie best of his ability. The
second course was equally substantial,
comprising an enormous turkey, a pike
"nil bleu," and a dish of macaroni
flavored with p.irmesan ; and by the
timo IJc I.mgcac had done justice to
nil in turn, he felt that he had taxed
bis powers to their full extent, and was
incapable of swallowing another morsel.
Meanwhile, he fancied that be detected
certain ironical glances on the faces
around him, as the servants removed
the dishes from the table for the pur
pose, as he imagined, of replacing them
by the dessert. Instead, however, of
the usual display of fruit and post
pr.iudinu delicacies, what was his
astonishment when a second repast
appeared, composed of every imagin
able dainty that the most fastidious
epicure could desire; sweetbreads pre
pared with the essence of crawfish, rues
of carp dressed with trullles, Hanked by
a profusion or ortolans and Jiccahcocs,
and in those davs an extraordinary
rarity a magnificent pheasant. At the
sight of all these good things which he
was unable to enjoy, the poor chevalier
sat in speechless indignation ; while, as
if by magic, hcadai ho and indigestion
were forgotten, and the whole party,
with one solitary exception, began to
sup in earnest. At this juncture the
host, perceiving that the joke had been
carried a little too far, bethought him
self of apologizing to his offended guest
for the trick that had been plaed on
him, and had already improvised the
best excuse he could frame at a
moment's notice, when De Langeac,
rising from his chair, interrupted his
harangue by reminding nun that what
had taken place was perfectly intelligi
ble; "for," be said, " I believe it to be
the usual custom that when a gentle
man has supped, the lacqueys are en
titled to the remainder." With these
words, accompanied by a sarcastic bow
to his entertainer, and a contemptuous
glance at the other occupants of the
table, he stalked majestically from the
room, leaving his late companions to
digest his remark in any way they
chose. The chevalier's Reputation,
however, as a first-r.tte swordsman Ui.'
ing proverbial, they probably judged it
more expedient to swallow the insult ;
for it is not recorded that any further
notice was taken of the matter.
The celebrated song-vvriter and
yaudcvillist, Desaugicrs, was not only a
staunch disciple of Epicurus, but also
an intrepid votary of Bacchus, lie it
was who, when offered some grapes
after dinner, indignantly put away the
dish, saying that he was not in the
habit of taking his wine in pills.
When the illustrious academicians,
villcmam and Victor Cousin, were
young students, they generally dined
together for the sake of economy, their
modest repast consisting of a single
dish of meat, with now and then a
couple of apples, one for each, by way
of dessert. On these gala occasions
Villcmain, who had a weakness for this
supplementary luxury, never omitted to
start a subject of conversation on which
his companion loved to air his theories;
and, while the latter declaimed and
philosophized to his hearts content,
quietly ate both the apples.
I o the foregoing list of gastronomic
celebrities may be added the names of
three men of mark of our own time,
llalzac, Alexandre Dumas and Rossini
The first of these, although sufficiently
abstemious in other respects, had an
inordinate predilection for pastry and
fruit, devouring, as l.ton Gozlan tells
us, whole dishes of Montrcuil peaches
and juicy pears with Gargantuan
facility. Dumas considered his culinary
manual a masterpiece far superior to
the Mousquctaircs or Montc-Cristo,
while the composer of 11 liarbiere was
never so happy as when superintending
the preparation pf a dish invented by
himself. " I was born to be a cook,"
he exclaimed one evening, while pre
siding at the supper-table of his villa at
Passy; "and have altogether missed
my vocation I"
" Hut, maestro," objected one of his
guests, "in that case wc should have
had no Guillaume TclL"
" llah l'' contemptuously retorted
Rossini, "anyone could have done
that. Donizetti and Bellini can write
0eras, but if cither of them were to
try his hand at a 'timbale de macaroni
aux truffes,' " helping himself largely as
lie souKe tu me ucucacy in question,
n . i- '. -.. ; ! j . .!.. -.
11 do ou imagine (or a moment that it
would taste like this ?"vfV M
"You arc chafced with bicamy."
remarked the judge impressively, while
the prisoner glanced over his shoulder
at three stern-visaged women. " Now,1'
continued the Court, "I intend to uive
ou the severest iwnalty tne law at
lows,' Here the prisoner covered his
face with his hands and wept. " I shall
sentence ou to the State 'Prison for
twenty cars. What are you grinning
at ?'' " I thought," smiled the prisoner
through his tears, "you was a-going to
turn me loose. AW York GrajAie,
"Pa," said young SeenolT: "whal
is a whisky straight ?" "Whisky's
trait?'' repeated old Scvenoff; "crook
cdness, my son, crookedness." Brock
Tliey uy the only soldiers who were
not affected by the sand winds of the
Soudan were those who had worked w
grocery stores. TnilmJfJkia CtU.
Cobbctt's advice, "to know fust what
you want to say, and then say it in the
first wmds that occur to ou," is sound:
and Miss Martineaii, in her copious
autobiography, tells us that early In her
career site gave up the practice of
copying anything slio wrote. "Tor," she
goes on to say," I peitclve that great
mischief arises 'from the notion that
botching in the second place will com
pensate for carelessness in the first.
It seemed to me that distinctness and
precision must be lost If alterations were
made in a different state of mind Irom
that which suggested the first utterance.
I have always made sure of what Intent
to say, and then have written it down
without care and anxiety, glancing at it
again, only to sec if any words were
omitted or repeated, and not altering n
single phrase." Ouiila, it would
appear, Is of the same opinion. She
writes with great rapidity just when
the lit takes her, not even looking at her
copy till It comes to her in proof,nml even
then makes few collections. Bret ll.utc,
like her, writes only when be feels in the
tnooil, but with most .painstaking care,
sometimes inditing very quickly, some
times slowly, and often, after nil,
remorselessly destroying what lie has
written. Wilkie Collins produces slowly
and revises constantly, inventing bis
plots as rapidly, lie will go over a
passage again and again, bestowing
equal caie on the sound and meaning,
and reduces his incidents mercilessly.
Victor Hugo is never interrupted
when writing, and will sit completely
absorded for hours, keeping steadily on,
while he is in humor. Miss Braddon
writes only for a few hours daily, but
devotes her life to acquiring the tech
nical knowledge necessary for so
voluminous a writer, and her subject is
clearly thought out heloru pen is put to
paper. She writes with her blotting-pad
on her knee, comlortably ensconced
in the chair she loves, her copy very
clear and free from corrections, and has
always a good store of skeleton plots
on hand. Miss Kdgeworth's plan was to
write a rough sketch, which she placed
before her father, and then wrote and
re-wrote it until both were satisfied. Mrs.
Opie wrote slowly but with great mental
effort, and invaribly read her composi
tions to friends before committing them
to print. Charlotte Bronte's manuscripts
were, first written in a small book and
then carefully copied, according to the
poet Roger's plan, who advised to vyritc
little and seldom, re-reading it from
time to time and re-copying often.
French writers, as a rule, devote each
morning to their labors, and take a
holiday the rest of the day, sometimes
resuming their work in the""evcning, and
many of our English writers have a
strong predilection for the midnight oil.
Jowctt recommends idaily labors of
short duration; and attention to diet
and rules of health have, there is little
doubt, a controlling power even over
the inspiration of the pen. Jules
Simon Oladatoniv tittsMu, and ltwoto
of others, arc early risers and show by
practice their belief that the morning
liours, in which they arc the freshest and
strongest, both in mind and body,
should be devoted to work. But the coni
tions under which writers can produce
their work most largely depended on
constitution and personal feeling. While
Victo Hugo could not be disturbed,
Paul de Cassagnac will send forth sheet
after sheet in the midst of the chattering
of friends with the same power of
concentration as Sir Walter Scott, who
appears to have written some of the
most vivid scenes in his novels, not only
in the midst of overburdening anxieties,
but amid distracting interruptions.
While Gambctta wrote with only a
sheet of paper before him, no litter of
pamphlets, and no apparent work of
reference, Thiers used to sit surrounded
by books; and Dumas keeps about him
on a writing table, with many pigeon
holes, a store of all kind of tempt
ing paper deeming nothing so ap
petizing as fine paper. Sardou sits at a
large flat table, as did Carlyle, with a
reading easel near at hand; and Wilkie
Collins uses the same massive table
whence Dickens sent so many of his
works into the world. Literary women
of the Jcllaby class arc rare, and literary
men no longer think that personal
eccentricity must distinguish them from
the rest of the world. The most success
ful and the busiest writers are of orderly
habits, for to succeed in a prolonged
course of literary labor requires not
only constant hard work, but method.
Commonplace books filled with ex
tracts, annotated works carefully
perused, codified, and indexed for refer
ence,' current history understood and
studied these are only art of their.
stock-in-trade. Nothing is of more value
to a literary man than a good memory
Sir George Aire and Carlyle are among
the few who have possessed the enviable
power of making what they read their
own. The pen of a ready writer is the
next best gift, and wonderful feat
are recorded of raqid authorship.
narnson Ainswortn is said to have
written off the fourth book of
"Rookwood ' at a sitting, beginning in
the morning and writting on and on,
carried away by the subject. London
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tnkr AtknowletlffmrulM to Con-
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CHIN II PATY,
ftotttrif lUtbtln nml Vommtnahm of t)retlt
For irif htnte of California onJ New York. Office
at I lie IUmV of Hilltop & Co.
IfDNOturu, Oahu, II. I. io-6i
P P, GRAY, M. D.,
VHYStGtAN ASU XVIMKOX,
OiTict, next il'wr to tlie llonolulii I !trary,
Vto lu A. M.
OrncB IIuuhs a to 4 cm.
7 to Br. m.
, Surkbjl, 9 to II A M.
KKSIUKN'CK,cir, Klruu And IVrnncoU fitt.
O B. DOLE,
VuitHMrtttr itt Luw mut Sutttry 1'tihttr,
No. is, Kaamumanv SrnRKT..,.,t Hohomlu
"MITII A THURSTON,
j W, O. Smith,
U A. T
AttorneyI at t.atv,
No. j8 MitttciiANT SrnttKf . .
Altarnrii t Law ntitt Notnry Vutillr,
No, tg, Mpkciiant Strkkt UnNoLULV
Attend nil the Courts f the Kingdom. aia-,6i
O. SMITH & Co.,
titorlruntl Kent ICntatr ItrokfrM,
No. 3? MtfcnANr Strkrt Honolulu
(Ktt.ibhthcl in i$iq )
SuMr rUnuttun, Kailrckul, 1 eltptione arid other Cor'
oration builti, liud and similar becuritiei
Money I.uned on Stock Sccuritie.
A L. SMITH,
Importer and Dealer In Httttrare,
.Uerldvn Milrer-I'latnl ttttte,
No. 83 Port StRRKT. Honolulu
Kinc'e Combination. Spectacle! and Kei;Liuct
Luurol Wire Ware, Faucy boap. lecture frramet,
Woetcnholm Pocket Cutler), It. 1. Chau'a UUnd
U , CUrk'i SijooI Cot ton, MuLtune Od. all
klndt of Machine Needlca, "Iomettc Taper Fashion.
Sole agent of the univcrully acknowledged Idht
Running Doiuefttic beting Machioe.
A S. CLRGHORN ft Co.
importer and iiealcrm in llrtternl Jfrr-
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sirtet. Honolulu,
H'firrAMlrtA'rr Hurl tlrwrlrt,
Wtoh rejtalrlBic mads Sp.olmlUr.
All order, from the other ULiiids promptly attended to.
No. 55, HorKUb-rKKKT. i ....IfoNDtrjLr.', 11.1.
' W, PEIRCE ot Co.
Ship Chandler and Co$nmtion Mer
-NO. t5 QUHiiN ST HONOLI'LU,
Acenta for Brand Guna and Homb Lancet and Per
ry OdviV Tain Killer. aio-atii
LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Dealer in Lumber and all kind of llulld
Ing Material, Valnts, oil. Sail, etc,
Na 44 QarjtN Stkret, ........., Honolulu, H. 1.
ACRNTS Of BCHOONIR
HevlajkkaU, KuUmaou, Kckaulooht, Mary EUtrt,
UUama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Robinwna Wturf. aioa6i
OIS1IOP ft CO., Bauken
HoNOLbLtt Hawaiian Ilahdv
Praw Kxcluuige on
TIIL HANK OF CALIrOHN-U,
Ami their agent tn
MturvN M. ROTHSCHILD SONS,
Th COMMERCIAL UANKINO CO,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON,
Ilia COMMERCIAL HANKINU CO,,
OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY
TU HANKS OF NhW ZEALAND;
THE BANKS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
VICIORIA, B.Ct AND PORTLAND, OR.
7)uf.J a Cum! Raiding iuiiujt.
C BREWER ft COMPANY,
Qemernl MeremnlUemnd Cemmtteion Agent
Qirsn 8tibt. Hokolulu.
Otficer- p, C. Jane jr., prUcut auJ ouoafer J
Joeph O. Caiter.jiev.urtr and aecrcevy. Director '
lloaa. Chatlea K. K.,Jw atvt II, A. P. Carter J W. F,
Jinn. AnAtMt. " .n..)i
..., -. mf1 .,,,
f,roiHwi.v with aor-lM & CO.)
iraW.Mtr anil JlriU (3-M.r,
111, Kiu Siiui.Ht,,UMi Ha.uot Hau.
. . .... "rr . ...
r.runtiKt, ami nu, uoot inyaiil M uun
'!'." l'r'.bT nwy wuki, Or4r tnm
p C COLflMAN,
illnrkntttht Atrtthtnltt Vtirriitg M'firfc
llNnltl.V .... II. I
I'ljfitntiail M-riinf if. etfc.
mi Kin Sirttl
nM id OmU A LA ,
p II, WILLIAMS,
iMrUKTM AND fMALfft H
I'urtiilur " ft t try ltrierllilnt Attn
tttHnlnlrrrr ntut Munufittlurer
t'tirntiutt Vrtroomi No. HI Full Sir!, Wot It
Miop t iM i.nti'l on I lot I Mrett All orilm ytumif
Allrmltil lu, ttr-JI
ASTLIt A COOKK,
fthlpptnf rtntt VommtmloH Mrrchtint,
No o KiNoSmftT Ilowm.m
IMi-OKTRM AND DKAtFM IN
nieNKKAL M KUCHA HI) I Si:.
Th Htitlicott A Comtwinv
IIm 4lfnilr IUI.lw it ruitnti'm.
K, llal.tejU. fit WniAlna rinnlAtion.
A. H, tftftlth h Ctunnatty.'KfiJtw, KauaI
J M. AkMihltr, IIaIU, MauI
'1 Urn lUtbii Hngur Company,
I1i Koliali Sugar Lmnpany,
Tim Union InmrAnc Comjmny o( Sn Ffanlccn,
1 ne new i.naiami t,na imurniK. company 01 iimioi,
'1 1i lllnke) MnnuTncturlttr Com nan V tit llmton
D. M, Wrton'a i'(eia Ccninf'iAl Machlnet.
fix New Vorh and Honolulu Ichl Mne,
'lli Merctiant'e Mn. Iloifilulu and San ratictKo;
Dr. TAVif-nA Soii'4 Lcloralfl Medicine.
Wltco h CiMi't Slntfr Man11fAt.t11r.n2 Company.
Wheeler A WdHi'a Sewtnr Matliin"! lio-Si
P P, ADAMS,
Atirtiottrrr ttmt 4,'otttmtttton JHerrhnnt,
No, , (,HTrN,SrmKT, , Honolvll'
IIOPPSCHLABGBR A Co.
tmjortr ttml Commhttan JHrrhanti,
No, 48 (,?UKKHSTKrrH')Noit;LU Oahv, H I
UD C, ROWh,
linn riHil ftlffn rntuter,
I 'a run IIanorn, etc.,
No. 107 Kino Strut..,,, ,..IIonoii;iu
O. HALL A SON
lUrONTItKf ANU DRAIKR4 IN
Ititrttu'ttr ttittt Grptrrat Mtrehnnttttt
COKNRIf Of KlNU AN KORT SfRKKTR, ONOLtLU
William W. Hall iVuldenl and Manager
I.. (1 A Me. .. .. . ..Secretary and Treaiurer
W. V. Allen , Auditor
Director- i.ioma May K. O. White. 944-1)6
p A. SCHARPBR ot Co.
impnrtfra ttnd Comtntmtton Merrhttnt,
Nu. jy Mrrciiant SrHKitr ,,..., .Honoiulu
at 0-3 61
P II. OHDING.
Hjrpre and Drayman,
Office. No. 81 King; Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbuwl Sttret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Freight. PacLajr, and Bagaiie delivered to and from
all part of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving lurmture. with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY rOR THE PURPOSE.
Office 'I clephone. No. 86.
Hoot and Hhoemnhrr.
Hoot and Shoe made to Order.
No. toj 1'okt Strkbt . ....-.,.. Honolulu
C. W. UACfARLANK, M. k. MCRARLAHR.
Q W. MACPARLANB ft CO.
Iaportra, ComsiiawloM MttroIutaU
avnd Sos&r Favotors
Fireproof Uuildlng . . ,r Queen it reet, Honolulu.
Puuloa SlieeD Ranch Co. Hawaii.
J, howler & Co' Steam Plow and Portable Tramway
Mlrrlevt. WaUon x Go's Sucar Machinery. Glatcow
UlaAgow and Honolulu Line of Packet.
L.icrpooi and Honolulu una or 1'ackctt,
London and Honolulu Line, of Steamer.
Sun Fire Office of London. 343994
HACKFBLD ft Lo.
ileneral Commtian Aymnt,
CUK. FOUTANpQUKKH StRIKTS HONOLULU
TT0LL1STBR ft Co.
tVholeaate and Hetatl Druygltt and To
No. 59, Nuimnu Sflkbt , .Honolulu
rjopp ft co.,
No. 74. , Kino Strkkt, Honolulu
Upholsterer, Draper and Dealer In ntt
klntl of furniture.
Telephone Na 14 J.
tmjMtrter of Oenerat MerehmndUe from
France, England, Oermang and
the United Hlatee,
No. J Q"ltKN SritKKT..., . ...MtHOhOLUt
attf ANU.ttCAI.IrOKNIA STItakT...ilAN ,'ranCiku,
FarliL-ulir atlmllon luid ta nllinx and iliiuulnir U.
laud orrltrv .10-.61
rj B. MclNTYRE BROTHSR,
Urom MHtl f.Ml JMrr.
Cor. KlNU ANU ruKT Sit. Ml JlnMOLUft
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Hngtnee, Belter. Hngmr Mill,
Cooler; iron, Hra and lemU Vm$Hng,
HoKuu'tu ,, . ,,,.. ..,,11.1
Machlury of ,ecry detcriptlon made lo order.
joo wofK tatcuievi 001 n uionen nut ice, no-avi
TNO, O, FOWLBR Co.,
Art firrimrrd ( VmfWk t'htt,, i (
Wub or khuu Can tad Locomuwi, SpccUlI
AiurrEu rot suoar plantations.
ruuuuai KaU.). ami Liconutlr.. and cut, Tr.c
I Imi fcniiK. and Kurtd LocMautlna. tMai
Plotutuiy aad Cultitauac MarJuunir. It-
all. Iliiflm fvf all wwtn, Wlodiof
1 IIMHte wiM llfTilfrTSri
Kh IMmimluiu. Ml.b and Vkouf
grapri. of ib. alurr. Flaot. and alacauwrv av b.
at lb.otuuijflR4 wd.riJ(rwd. W. L. UHKKN and
a W. UACMKUiill CO., Aw fur Ina. rw.
I W, 6IRVIM,
fMiaWta McreAmmi md Inml Btmifr
Wah-uiii.-, Miji..,,,,,,,i..,,.,,..,,.,.,,.,H. I
ntMtjriov, Haf4mn,8iMlawnr. FklMt MtjdkiaM,
' ' I.'
OHN T. WATKRIIOUSH,
No. ij-ji fJvwiMSrMtf . .
T M. OAT, JK., A CO.
.HtttttntiPt tiHff &? rtr,
Itttt Itutih&r jVMmji ,tunrf
Oamtta ItlOCK No. t) Mirchant RmT
i)-M Honolulu. II, I
T M. OAT A Co.
Xnttmatitr, 7i( nf all ltfrtfltnna
trim? riiifl rrpnireiU
IIONOIILV , If. I
!ofi In A. Y CouWi nw fireproof 1uHJInf , (wA ol
Nuunnu Street, t J7M
Tht, Voptfr mud tiheti trott Worker,
ff all Vlnda, l)um1erintorl( anrl metal), haute, furnlth
Inj (hm4, CTnmdelierf, Umjrt, etc
No. 1 Kaahumanu ArRRftT Huholimu
T AINB A Co,
Importer! and dealer (n Hayr Grain and General
Honolulu .......I', I,
T RWHRS A COOKR,
(St'CCKlViRt TO I.RWRR1 A DlCKtON,)
importer awl flmtmr tn Lumhrr nrwl ntt
ktnili of MfttlhUnff Matrrtnl.
No 8 Port Strrrt Honolulu
Itrnlfr in ttru ttotntt litre, Trn, flttttaaml
F'iHrf fJoml, Mtati JtnotM ntut
Hhur$, Itrttu, Pent and Ftour,
t'tfar titiff Tobneea
Alo proprietor of KIce and Susar Ilanlatton at
Kaneohc, Koolati, Walpto, F.wa, and IfeeU.
Cor. NtiANU and Chaflain STt.,.,. Honolulu
T YONS A LRVBY,
Auctioneer ttml Cotnintlnn Mrrrhftnf,
Corhrk Fort ano Qurrn Srk9PT, Honoiulv
Sale of Furniture, Stock, Keal Kitatc and General
Mcrchandiee ptotniHly attended to. Sole agent! for
American and European mertlundi, I J. Lvonk,
9J9-9"5 I L. J. I.RVRV.
PHILLIPS A Co.
Mmpmrter and Whotemle. JPenler In Vlotlt
InUt Hoot, fthoe, lint, Jim' ru
nlhhtff flood, Frinri flood, Kte,
No. 10 KaahumanuStrrkt .
TUT W. McCHESNBY ft SON,
feather, tilde, Tallow and Comtnlion
Agent for the Ro a) Soap Company.
No. 4a Qurrn Strkrt..... . Honolulu
S. GRINBAUM ft Lo.
Importer and Wholealm Det$trr In Orn
Makrk's Ulock. .Qukrn Stmhf.t, Honolulu
1UT S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
Forwarding and Commllon Merchant,
314 California Sr. San Francim.o,
Special facititiea for and particular attention paid to
conurmnenti of Mand uroduce. aio-afir
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
ImjHtrter and Dealer In Hardttare,Cnt
Palnti and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 and 76, Fort Strkbt. ...... ..Hosolllu
' a 1 0-6 t
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
Whotetale and Retail Oroeer,
No. 95 Fort Strbkt. ....... ,. ...Honolulu
Fresh rocerie and provikiona of all Wind on hand and
received regularly from Europe and America which
will be aold ml the lowrt marlcet rale.
Good delivered to an) part cf the city free of charger
I4anubttiert aoucueu ano prompt attention win u,
given to the name, o8-i5?
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vtstmeat Company (limited,)
f Money loaned for long or ihort pcrioda on approved
tecuritv. Apply lo W. L. GREEN,
Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager
nnHBO. H. DAVIES ft Co.
(Latk Janiom, Grrhn & Co.)
Importer and Commllon Merchant,
No. 4 Kaamuuant St......,.H(inoll'Lu
Lloyd'aand the Liverpool Underwriten,
BritUhand Foreign Marine lnuuance Company, and
Northern Auurance Company, ato-ai
pHOS. G. THRUM,
Importing and Manuracturikg
Stationer, Metre Agent, Printer, Book'
And nubliiher of the Hawaiian Almanac ami Annual.
Merchant, atreel. Dealer In Fine Stationery, BooLa,
Muuc, lo and Fancy Good,
Fort Hreet, itcat
ur, 11. m. now,
C W. MACFARLANR.
EST. DOW ft CO.,
Imperter and theater In all kind of
Mule, Fancy and Uupance llmedm.
Furniture cf all Uud, Sewing Machine. Mirrors,
Paintings. Chromo am? io)t. Picture Frames and
Cornice to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No. toj Fort Strkct.. ,.,,.. .........Honolilu
Dealer in Che I cert Beef, Vent, Mullen, F.le
Ho, 6 Qvun Strut, FiihIa"krt.
Family and Shipping ordekk carefully attended to.
IJve Stock fumuhed to Vessels at short notice
Vegetable of oil kinds supplied to order
Tatar homb. .- , .No. is.
ECKART & HUBASH,
Manufacturers end Importers of
Sitvtf Wtrt, Frtiwli Clttks, Etc.
No.) lltr chut Slrt.t, Honolulu, II. I,
Kn Jnrtlrpn4 lax IHumtitt Hrltimy
m tftimUw. AH ktm J,trir muult !
GMMral .Qfrtting and fanqr Mirtt4gtaat. Matty .a
AIL oaa po.l a uooiruia ilKU.
erf Our tood. raul U .uatliwd u U DfamclaiaJ,
Mac rtud. baat Mm WatitrM and U4 ra.li.ilj la liW
ENNBR ft Co.,
Hit t. -otitn.it .t tit. oU(ttjuiJ Nimi. IVt Itf'tl,
ilh . nw ih1 trtftijiTlt,ttJ Iloik if
... . q "' 'r:
Miic irwam " 1
r 1 .,. 1
WmttheB. Clock. s -
Gold Chaina and Guards, -
Sleeve Duttom, Studi, Ac,
t.adlei rotdJ do will h) call and famine our itoi f
Mrn(lfti, IlriMKh, Inteti, (anri, etc ,
Mch wttt tt. tally lted to itit lh
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made lo order.
Tin repairing branch of our LminM wt regard a an
Important one, ami all U tntiutte d to ut I!I
h iieiuird In a manner totfT 10 none.
li Hit itt via if
Of every dx tlpt Ion don la order. pArtlrular lln
lion paid lo or !ere aim! Job wot V from jhe
IMI'ORIKH AND IIKAI.r.R IN
BOOTS Sc SHOES,
No HO Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I.
ttf 'Hie xr&rt and t auortment of
Ladle, Centlemen'e and Chlldren'a
Booti, Shoe, Slipper, Danclns Pump, etc
To he found on the laland.
I'rlrte a low 'a eltewKere for ftlmilar quality of
fOo.lt. Iilatitl orders solicited and promjtly etecitled.
GEO. M. RAUPP,
Fort Street. Oppo.lt Dodd'a SUMaa.
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Ltmb and Pork.
CcrrpM. -nd fork' a.A...r "
FUh, Poultry and V.c.table.
Ordert will rec.Itt rjrornpt .Ittnllun. SMiiii( tuu
plied with ditparclk '
rdLtHlOML Till. 10..
1L.A.I1VE Ac CO.
No. 3i Fort St., Clock Building,
Have received a comignmeiit of the ntott Fconomical
and Valuable Fed for all kind of (oclc, vu j
COOKED SjISSKED MEAL.
Ill the KTcatct Hth former, Mlttt and Butler pro
ducer In uc.
Od CaV(Meal aliowt about j per cect, of nutritive
matter : tht nearly 39 per cent.
sea lb, ofthl meal I equal to 300 lbs. ot oat, or
31 lb, of corn, wr to 7A7 lb, of wheat bran.
AIw, our Unrivaled MIXED FEED, as well a our
usual supply of the best kinds of
H7. Onto, WfeMt, Cora, Eto. Etc..
Which 1 offered at the Lowest Market Rate, and
delivrred free to any part of the city.
Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California.
Agent for the HOOVER TELEPHONE.
CoinmUklo; of Deed for the State of California
TELEPHONE NO. 147. st4-6t
CITY SHOEING SHOP,
(oi'i'OSUK Dorms staui.ks.)
Horse Shoeing in all its Branches
Done In the mo! workmanlike manner.
Baclng & Trotting Shoes a specialty.
Our Kattt will U r.aunall..
Th. undtrtlcncd, having lioufht out th. inurctt ol
Mr. Jaroc. liodd in til. abov. tTioD. tojicitt a cooliau.
anc. of Ih. liberal patronage Lcttow.d on tti. lat. Am.
Mr. J. W. McDonald raoltrtd Ih. rdjlMtt
Award and Diploma, for hi. Hand-mad SkotM
at Ih. Hawaiian Exhibition for th. yr M4.J
W Hart.. Ul..n to th. iJiop vA rtturrwd at thorl
notice vnvndnind. j, V. McUONALU.
1UTRS. THOMAS LACK,
. It reet atftMi. Reejelala.
iwraaTii ako ULalat m
I'mrts, AtlucltmrHli, Oil mmt ArrttMrl,.
Acitr t oa Tin
WmtaadibLi.HlR'jviNii.ij N.wllom MaJiU.,
Howard'. Machla. Nndls all kiud.
Cortkair. Sim, In all color, and im I
Darootu'. LiiMn Thread.
Clark'. O. N. T. Machla. Cotton.
Mmt. Dimtrttti fttiatlt Cut ltfr lUtirut
Ot, a. aid SruaiUC Gorux,
Shot, rwDai, Cai. f,
aad MaTAiuc t'Aaiaioca.
MKMOMKMK UtUVKM, I all m.
Sawini-Machui., Loctk and Cun-Ktouruuj ytmnily
Na M Kiao Sr llo.otnv, H. I.
rum iuim m ui mm
OMMett stJsVA elM)t. XaPtM f MBeW
KANCES, TINWARE, ET"',
Mr Ail work iMraaUki and all onltn tUtMif
HMjadla, rtatki Wan oruW. oath taM.
1 j Of