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Volume v, Number 42.
HONOLULU,' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J UNE 20, 1S85.
Whole Number 251.
l.lfK rOHKIO.Y SMTH.
farlte Coast flenerul American Inteltt-
ornee Kuropean and fltnerullhe
MCI HC tOMT.
utermtc Valley li to have a $40,000 hotel.
San Joie it to hare a fruit fair in the week
commencing August 241I1,
The whaling business. carrliJ un from San
Diego hat had a prosperous season.
Oxer 1,300,000 acrei of public land were
entered In the land officer of Washington and
Oregon last J ear.
While the dlirae of (jlamlcri prevails no
horses are allowed to enter Ililtish Columbia
encept by the port of Victoria, and all tuch
will be subjected to rigorous veterinary exami
nation. Artiona It to have a supply of young carp
from the fish commissioners at Washington,
and million or more of young shad arc to be
put in the Colorado at the Neetlln in addition
to the million placed there last year.
The trial of A. B. Spreckels, for the shoot,
ing of M. II. I)e Young, K" on- The !
fense had Clauf Spreckels on the stand on the
5th. The trial It reported a tiresome length In
the papert very few readers being likely to
"wade through" the stuff.
General William Kilgour, of Sterling,
Illinois, died at I.01 Gatot, California, Friday
night from the effects of a wound received
during the war of the Rebellion. General
Kilgoui participated in thirty engagements
wat three times wounded, and held the brevet
rank of brigadier-general nt the close of the
OKNERAL AMERICAN INTELLIOENCI.
Montreal hat a severe epidemic of mu3pox.
EoPresldcnt Arthur it suffering from
The Hessian fly Is causing great damage to
wheat fields In Kansas.
All gambling-rooms are to be closed In Chi
cago by the Superintendent of Police.
Mr. Giliton wilt be encouraged to know
that Mormons are growing cotton on irrigated
lands in southern Nevada.
Flag. Lieutenants Qualtrough and Nichols
were iletsched from the.tlartford in San Fran'
cisco and have gone East.
Guaymas has not had a case of yellow fever
to far this year, and the west coast of Mexico
Is reported at unusually healthy.
The New Orleans fair will be re-opened in
November next, although the present congress
will probably contribute nothing.
The Niagra Falls Reservation will he thrown
open as a public park without money and
without price about the middle of next month.
The new Mexican tariff, which goes into
effect on the 1st of July, increases the duties
on Imported spirits 75 per per cent, on the
Ferdinand Ward, indicted by the New York
Grand Jury for larceny In the first degree for
stealing $1,500,000 worth of bonds and securi
ties from the Marine Bank, has pleaded not
"In the Southern I'rcsbytciian Assembly,
an amendment to the Confession of Faith de
signed to permit marriage with a deceased
wife's sister failed of passage." The world
moves (backward) in some parts of it.
The Typographical Convention at New
York decided that a three-fourths vote of
members in good standing should be necessary
to change the scale of prices. The next con
vention will be held in Pittsburg.
Mr. ltlaine will leave Washington for
Augusta early next week. He has nearly
completed the second volume of his history.
lie will remain there until he finishes the
work upon his book. Next year he intends to
Preacher Talmage conies out in fas or of cre
mation. He finds argument for it in the words
" Oust to dust, ashes to ashes." lie says
"we have always been going on the principle
of dust to dust inhumation. Now comes in
the other part, ashes to ashes; that is incinera
tion. The New Yurk World announces that when
It has raised the money to place the colossal
Batlholdi statue in position congress will be
asked to change the name of Bcdloe island to
Liberty island. Its subscription lias reached
$6j,ooo and It rapidly increasing.
June 5th 1 New York government bonds
quoted at a) for 4s of 1907; na for
4 1 sterling, $4.87(34.88 lojtf for 3s ;
silver bars, 107. Silver In London, 49 i-l6d ;
consols, 99 9-l6d ! 5 per cent. United States
bands, extended, 1051 4s, U5,' ! 4t, "5
In San Francisco Mexican dollars arc quoted
at 4V84V cents.
Several delegations of Democrats are said to
have rutaqly swindled President Cleveland
and members of hit cabinet by recommending
unfit men foe office. The number of senators
and rpreseotatlm, and governors, and judges,
and colonels, who havi lent their influence
, under autnatmes to unworthy men to get office
ia almost past belief. The evil is becoming a
very serious one.
, ,AK toat dtbate In the Mexican Congress
f Ma nigra w vi ..i iv .. us'
elded, by a vote of III to 41, to refer the ac
counts of the Gonules administration to the
national grand jury, and the following day ex
Minister of Finance Pena and ex-Treasurer
Lorn Dctara were put in jail. It wat re
ported that the grand jury would likewise
indict President Goruales.
The Uultcd States Secretary of the Interior
ha tlccidctj (feat lauds purchased by the United
States anj transferred to the Interior depart
intnt aie to be rrgaidol as jwt ol the public
domain, held in trust for the public, and on the
urn basis at lands actiutrcd by cession. The
qtuslion arose from a discussion of the Act of
July 5. 1884, providing lor the transfer to the
interior department of certain lands formerly
Ued at military reservations.
Notwithstanding the news editor of the Ad
Yenisei could find nothing about General
Grant in his bulky budget, the papers of June
till contained the following dispatch t "I)r
JViugUs, who leuuiiicd at General Grant's
bouse Usl night, was once ulted to paint the
patient t throat with cocaine. The night, how
ever, the doctor said, was a good night in point
of lest, and the General it feeling unusually
coaatocubU this morning. If the present
favorable conditions are maintained, General
Grant will tusel to Mount McGregor on. June
3Md." lie has decided to discontinue his
President Clcseland hat delt a li; blow
to the coercing Ku Klux crowd the men who
eVaaa 1 mailed upon the methods of suppressing
HtybHfisrtm la the Sojtb-17 demanding
ttwmltjtiillii of tbt u-sadt PaatnatiN
applauded and indorsed the murder of Mat
the'. In Copiah county, Mississippi, These
disciples of the doctrine "No mm must think
but at I think" must hase awakened to the
conviction that even a Democratic Admlni. na
tion connot afford to overthrow just yet the
fundamental guaranty nf American freedom of
person and of conscience
United States I.ind Commissioner Sparks
has issued an order suspending final action in
the General I-md Office, and by this means
he hat got the operations dovsn to a basts by
which fraudulent claims wilt be detected and
cancelled, and honest claims gtsento honest
settlers. Says the New York Times, " In a
word, if properly backed up and carried out,
his plan will save the lands for homes for
honest settlers. This plan hat already met
with the violent opposition nf all the tiicktters
and land-sharks in the country. They 're
howling over it because It breaks up their
business, but it saves the public domain for
men who promse to go upon and honestly
settle and cultivate it."
A Washington dispatch dated May 22nd
.iyst"An Important action has been taken
by the department of state modifying in the
following respects instructions sent by it to Its
diplomatic reprcsentlvcs abroad. It Was
maintained in the former instructions that
children born abroad to American citizens were
subject, when In the country of their birth, to
such allegiance as the country imposed upon
them. It is now manlaincd, In conformity
with the present tendency of international lisv,
that such children inherit their father's citizen
ship as well as his domicile. It was main
talned that the declaration of intention by It
sclftioes not confer citirenshlp." This decision
is of moment to those American citizens here
resident who hase children born under the
THE AFOIIAN AGONY.
The united Russian fleet has been ordered
out on a cruise, with the object of executing
naval maneuvers on a grand scale.
Sir Peter Lumsden has said that Colonel
AlikhanofT had openly boasted to the Afghans
that Russia wanted to take Herat and a great
deal more. Sir Peter said Russia would never
have urged her absurd demands if she had be
lictcd England was in earnest in resisting
On the 5th instant Gladstore stated in the
house of Commons that Russia and England
had come to an agreement concerning the
points nf differences between them, which
were to be referred to arbitration. He also
stated that the governments of the two coun
tries hate likewise agreed upon an arbitration,
but as the person chosen for arbitrator has not
been formally asked to accept the duty, he was
unable to say anything further on the subject
now. On the 6th it was believed that the
king of Denmark would be asked to arbitrate.
Sir Peter Lumsden says that it would be
very easy for the British Government to render
the Russian positions In Central Asia untenable.
If Britain only gives the svord and is willing
to aid, all Turkestan would revolt against their
Russian masters. Sir Peter also thought that
the British Government ought to make an
alliance with the Sultan, so at to obtain ac
cess to the Black Sea. The Russians contem
plate abandoning the Petrowski shore on the
termination of the Trans-Caspian Railway, on
account of shallow water preventing the ap
proach of even small vessels. They intend
causing the line to Krasnosodsk. Sir Peter
found Hatoum rapidly becoming a place of
great strength, where Russian works progressed
night and day. He does not fear any Russian
invasion of India, but he does fear the loss of
England's prestige having ill effect on the
people of India, who will g!e undue strength
to the power of Muscovite intrigues. He said
adequate measures were being adopted to make
the Indian frontier extremely safe, and nothing
need be feared in the direction of Cashmere, as
that country was inaccssible from Russian ter
ritory and the place fully in British hands.
The London Times and News of June 5th
glsc unusual prominence to the telegram from
Constantinople asserting that Russia has re
jected the Turkish proposals for an alliance.
A correspondent of a New York paper sajs t
"I have official authority for contradicting this
assertion. It is not only false, but aburd, lor
it is Russia and not Turkey that has been
suing for an alliance, and it is Turkey and not
Russia that has declined the proposals, From
the beginning to the end of the Russian diffi
culty Russia has been making strenuous efforts
to secure at least the friendly neutrality of
Turkey. In the esent of war the control of
the Dardanelles would give Turkey, If hostile
to Russia, power to bottle up the lattcr's fleet
In the Black Sea, to paral)te her trade and to
put an embargo upon the greater portion of
her mercantile marine. So serious was this
danger deemed at St. Petersburg that M.
Nclidoff, one of the wiliest and most persua
sive of Russian diplomats, was sent many
weeks ago to Constantinople to tempt the
Sultan with every bribe that Russia could offer
to conclude a treaty giving Russian war and
merchant vessels the right of way through the
Damtancllcs. Russian anxiety on this subject
was to intense that M. Nclidoff wat empowered
to offer, and did offer, the cancclmcnt of the
indemnity which Tutkey was ordered by the
Berlin Congress of 1878 to pay to Russia in con
sequence of the Turco-Russlan war. The Rus
sian proposals, it it now known, also had the
powerful support of Bismarck, and for a time
it teemed at though their success wat certain.
All this time England was making counter pro
posals to the Sultan and using the Soudan as a
bait. The bait was ordered on a golden hook.
for it was understood that if Turkish troops
were tent to garrison Suakin and other points
in the Soudan, their expenses would be paid
by England, cither directly or by taking up a
new Turkish loan, which amounts to very
much the same thing. The Porte wavered for
a long time. The receipt in full for the
indemnity to Russia had a very tempting look,
but then that debt had been so long overdue
that it had ceased to trouble the conscience of
the Sultan, and on the other hand England
offered him the accession of territory, the
rehabilitation of his power in the etc of the
Moslem world, and above all the ready cash.
In the end British inrJueace and British gold
won the day, aud the proposals of tanl
Granville were accepted."
The " lilac W Flag" arc again terrorising
The recent Austrian elections showed de
cided liberal gains.
The Anglo-German Fiji Commission hat
agreed that Gcmany shall not establish a penal
settlement in the Southern Pacific.
The extra dut) on spirits In Grtsst Britain
hat been fixed at t skilUog pei gallon. The
additional duty 00 btw will tt retained usuil
I he Oar nf Russia promised Gen K0111.1
rurT 5,001) roubles )carly for ten years. Gen.
Komarolf preferred a lump sum Instead, where
upon the oar sent him 100,000 roubles.
An extra duty on spirits of one shilling per
gallon has been fixed by the British Parliament.
This Is not so high at Chancellor of the
Exchequer C'hildcrs desired to have it fixed,
how es er.
German and Russia aie unhappy with each
other at the present writing. Germany has
expelled some Russian Poles from Prussian
territory and Russia threatens to retaliate by
ending Germans out of Rrssia,
The wheat crops of England, Germany,
Belgium, Austria, Hungary, South Russia,
Spain and France will all be short this year
a circumstance that will cause the desout
wheat farmers of America and Australia to
Germany's attitude towardt the Sultan of
Zanzibar has been so hostile that the sultan
has expressed fears of designs upon hit liberty.
Whereupon it Is officially given forth that the
German Government seeks only " commercial
advantages " in Africa.
A Spanish Government Commission has tie
dared the Asiatic cholera epidemic in the
Spanish Province of Valencia. And the
Spanish Government has granted permission
to the physicians to inoculate the people with
In conformity with the imperial decree to
strengthen the naval force of the country, the
Japanese Government has decided to build
thirty ironclad vessels, cruisers and gun-boats,
and twenty torpedo-boats within the next five
Eail Spencer's plan of "Coercion In Ireland'
threatens to split the Gladstone Cabinet. Sir
Charles Dilke and Mr, Chamberlain purpose
to resign if the extreme measures Lord Spencer
demands are tnfontJ. The lord lieutenant,
on his poiincii5ntraless they are enforced,
The electiuti 6f 'Mr biMhi.V Presbyterian
Liberal, (-for. Antrim courtly; Ireland, has
excited uniresil tjiffjrts.. The idea of his
being elected was specially -scouted by the
Parnellitc MristVlriit u Ihn first Liberal re
turned for "that, coontV lor a'narnber of years,
" 1 i (V--
and defeated the cldr.t son of Lord O'Neill, a
great Tory magnate of the North.
An official dispatch from Serinagur, in the
Vale of Cashmere, gives the number of killed
and wounded by the earthquake there on May
31st and June 1st as follows : Killed, 87 i
wounded, loo. Official reports have not been
received from other points in the Vale of
Coshmeie affected by earthquake shocks, and
until they come to hand the full extent of the
calamity cannot be known. Unofficial reports,
however, are of such an alarming character as
to make it more than likely the earthquake
will prove even more disastrous in its effects
than the first dispatches stated. Whole cities
and towns in the Vale of Cashmere are spoken
of as destro)ed, and the absence of definite
news is attributed to the demolition of tele
graph lines in the general wreck and chaos.
In consequence, the magnitude of the calamity
and the numbers killed and wounded are left
for the imagination.
The Yarnashiro Maru a steamer owned in
Japan arrived off port early Wednesday morn'
Ing, having on board 985 Japanese immigrants
and several cabin passengers. Port Physician
McGrew, Secrc'ary ol the Board of Health
Hayselden and Pilot Mclntyre boarded the
ship. Cases of measles were reported by the
ship's doctor. As is usual in similar cases, the
ship was brought inside after the port ph)si
cian had inspected the cases reported at
measles. On going ashore, the port physician
called upon the president of the board of
health and asked to have two other phvsicians
assist him to make an examination. Accor
clinyly. Doctors Brodie and Webb went with
him on board and upon examination three
cases of small-pox were discovered. The board
of health met promptly and ordered the
Japanese for this port to be landed on the
quarantine grounds, where the infected patients
will be segregated. Consul Irwin, who came
with the ship and had been allowed to land
before the small-pox was discovered, was
ordered back to the vessel. The board of
health has arted promptly and it is to be hoped
efficiently in what it has so far done. It is to
be hoped that the quarantine will be effectively
maintained until no longer necessary. The
Yarnashiro cast anchor about 8 A. M., and
hoisted the yellow flag at 1 1 j but as only
Consul Irwin and the port authorities have
visiteil the Infected ship, the best may be
. The Attempted Maleldr.
rur. SMiuam cucung nas informed a repre
sentative of this paper that hit recent attempt
to commit suicide was due to mental anguish,
caused by the receipt of letters, anonymous
and otherwise, which reflected upon the reputa
tion of his wife. These letters two of which
were signed James T, White contained alle
gations which he believes to be false .n every
particular. In the letters, reference was made
to several persons as authority for the state
ments made, all of whom deny that they knew
the factt to be as the charges made. Mr. Kbcling
Is, moreover, satisfied that his wife aud lie
have been victims of a persecution, as cause
less at it has been cruel, lie Intends, if
further persecuted, to prosecute those who
have injured him, to the full extent of the jaw.
lie hat, however, endured to much tufferiri
already, both mental and physical, that he
trusts the malice of his enemies has been satis
fied! and that he will hereafter be left severely
alone by those who have taken such unfriendly
interest In hit affairs.
WiMer & Co. tan a special train from Pais
to Wa.luku and ieturn( conceit night, which
wat well patronUciL
The 'Hat" turned out en masse to the
Mont agac -Turner concert t Walluku on the
tlth. Eei)body was pleasant and more (run
Arrived. June nth, bchooner Ida Schiiaucr,
Robertson, master. l iUys hum San Kuu
citco, with general merchandise. Captain
Robert wn brin wilh him this trip hU clurra
lot; daughter, The Ida Schnauer wilt be ready
for return by Wednesday ueit.
Mr. II. Swiiney, said to be a practical lime
burner and kiln constructor, has been cngied
by the Hawaiian Stone Company to build a
kiln In this city. It it now in process of con
ttruction near the fish market t ami when
completed will be used to bum lime from the
1). SchracJer, retail butcher, hat been
adjudged -bankrupt, un the petition of G, J
S. ERNEST CRADDOCK.
M K C S. Ko.. U K. C P. ahd L S A. Imsooh
Late bcholar and IMreman of
Htritomtv and mv.ihvink,
King's College, laondon.
Omen amu Km ue nck Ma t is Fort tree!, lately
occupied by lit Carpenter
urrtcn hour oioiaociotx .. m
ji-afjo to J and 7 to 8 p. M
.tttomey awl Cnttntor at Jmu;
13 Kaahitmanu Sturm- .
"'EO L. BABCOCK,
Jttrhr of rfir V tn no forte
Addreit, car Me..n. Wel, Dow & Co.,
No. 105 Fort St., ...... ........ItoNoLtLL
Remdenck No, f hmmi it reel. tj-98
T M, WHITNEY, M. D.f D. D. S.
Itrntnt Itoom on Fott ,Sttertt
Honolulu .. .II. I
Office In lire vtr'i Block, corner Hotel and Fort
street, entrance on Hotel Street. tto-0t
Attorney ttntt Cottniettor at Iatr,
A riff A fent to takn A cK nowt'dgementt.
No. 14 Kaahumanu Street .Honolulu
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgment to Con
tract for tAtUar, t
Interior OrriCB . ....Honoiulu
JOHN H. PATY,
Sotary Public and Vommllon of Deed,
For the States of California and New York. Office
at the Itank of Huhop & Co.
Honoiulu, Oahu, H.I. 310-161
J3 P. GRAY, M. D.,
VlirsiVIAX AXi SUUGKOX,
Oflke, neit door to the Honolulu Libiary
a to ia A. M.
Office Houks. a to 4 1. m.
7 to OP. M.
Sunda) s, 9 to 1 1 A. M.
RESIDENCE, cor. KInau and Pensacola Sts.
O B. DOLE,
Counselor at Law and Notary Public,
No. 13, Kaamomahu Street Honolulu
QJMITH & THURSTON,
J W. O. Smith,
1 L. A. Thurston
Attorney at Law
No. 38 Merchant aSTRRKT.
TXT R. CASTLE,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
No. 19, Merchant Street .Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. aio-a6i
ILLIAM O. SMITH & Co.,
j L. A.Thukviun, l
WtO. Suirn. i
.Stork and Ileal Kutate ilraker;
No. 3d Mkhchant Stklist . . . ...Honolulu
(Ksl.illlit, ,n It79.)
Aafr I'Linutioti, RuItlmJ, Telephone and other .Cor.
IKmuton blocks, Bonds and similar Securities'
Uovrht and Sold un Cosimission. "
Money Loaned on Stock Securities.
A L. SMITH,
Importer and licalmr In fllauaret
Merlden Httrcr-Plated lVarvt
No. 63 Fort Stkbkt ...... .. ... ,. Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles and eliiues,
Lustw Wire Ware, Fancy boaps, t'icture trames,
Wofetenholm's I'ucket Cutler), II. I. Chase's Island
views, CUrVs Spool Cotton, Machine Od,( all
kinds of Machine Needle, "Domestic" Taper i ashjoui.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light
Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
a 1 0-36 a
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer and Heater in General Jfr
chanUltc Corner Queea jid Kahumauu Streets, Honolulu.
j t 0-16 1
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
Watoh repairing made a Speciality.
All orders from the othei Islands promptly attended to.
No. 55, HotrlStkbet Honolulu, 11.1.
A W. PEIRCE & Co.
Ship Chandler and Commttun JbTr
chnnt. No. ij Qlkbn Sr ..............Honolulu.
Agents lor Brand's Guns and Bomb Lam.es and Per
ry Davis' Pain Killer. 110-361
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Dealer tn Lumber and all kind of Jiuttd
g Material, Paint, Oil, Null, etc.
No. 44 Qriim brtttau. ... ..Honolulu, II. I.
AGKNTS Of fcCHuONKKft
Haltakala, Kularaaau, KekauluobJ, Mary BUeu,
UUama, Pauahi and LsahL
At Robinson's Wharf. a 10-1 fit
QISUOP CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Iilaups.
si tiot w
M.irn. N M. KOrilhCIIILIiabONS,
1T..C0MMEKC1AU BANKING CO,
Or' SVUNtV, LONDON.
ThtCOMMEKCIAI. HANKING CO..
or sfiiNhv, svonu'
Th. HNKS Ok' NEW ZEALAND:
Till. UANKb OF UKl'rlSlt C01.UMUIA,
VIC10KIA. B.C. AND PORTLAND, OR.
TrjiiUi 1 a Gtrurat Bjnit iiiiutt.
Oenerul MerrmntU, Maul Commlssl.n Auenl,
(jVHM SHUT, lloaOLI,I.U.
1 kwJ " J0""' '' rUl aaJ naiujcr;
f.". ?T Mar ww iTftary. LNrKora I
1 if- affu " B"lwt' "4 li. A. J. tlarti W. F.
.-.. ...,, 1IJ-.M
(rotuuiY t hub A co.)
Wkmitmlr ami IM.U firossr,
lit, KiwSnur ....Umd.. Haaswnr Hau.
jst rrrp?bn2?tir ts
hie Atlta (iALiioRhfijtVtirVw
r C COLEMAN,
tUaekamtth, JtfaeMntnt, Carriage
Hint at Un Machinery, etc
nctt to Caitle ft Cooke a.
Shop un King Street
" B. WILLIAMS,
Imfortrn and Dralrr in
Furniture, of Every Dettrtptlnn. Attn
Vphohterer and Manufacturer,
Furniture Warrroom No til rort Street. Work
thop at old itand on Hotel Street. All orden promptly
attended to. . ,3T,a,'"a1
iASTLB & COOKE,
y l. - Uf
lng mill t'ommiyn?ifrttitr,
' i 1 ArstriJI
KinoStmet K. ., ' . ..llOM.1
iMroRrsRs anu DiALnas I
Tfie Hitchcock & Company' Plantation,
Iht Alexander ft Raldwtn Plnitatlon.
K. Halttead, or Wimliu Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Compan. Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Suzar Company.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Frantcico
The New England Life Insurance Company of Uoitou
The Make Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weiton'a Patent Centrifugal Machine..
Tha New York and Honolulu Picket Line.
lhe Merchants Line, Honolulu and San rranchco;
Dr. Jaynes A Son Celebrated Medicines.
Wtlcoi k Cihb'i Sinrfer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler, & Wilson'i bewin.? Machines. Jio-a6r
TJ P, ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commlton Merchant,
No, 46QUEEN Strrrt, , Honoluiu
CD. HOFFSCHLAEOER & Co.
Importer and Commtton Merchant,
No. 43 Queen Street... .Honolulu Oahu, It I
at 0-3 5 i
ItoUMtl and Stin 1'rlJMfrr,
i'APKR Hanukk, eta,
No. 107 KiNOSrKK.T Honolulu
O HALL & SON.
IMfOICTKRS AND URALKKS Iff
IJarrfirara ami Of Herat Jferchamtt.e,
CoKNitk or King and Pokt bTKEars, Honolulu
William W. H.tl President and Manager
IC.Ab1es.. . ...,.. ..Secretary and Treasurer
Directors Thomas Mav, E. O. White os-s6
P A. SCHAEFBR at Co.
Importer, and Commltnion Merchant,,
No. ao Mbkchant Staeut,.,. IIonolllu
-p H. OBDING.
Exprv and Drayman,
Office. No. 8i King Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
i t tint ion pd to moving J-'urniture, y uh
WAGONS EXPRLSSLV l"OR 1IIE .ORi'OSVr.
Office Telephone. No. 86.
, House Telephone. No. qo
Moot and Shoemaker,
Hoots and Shoes made to Order.
. 103 Kokt Strbst. , .... II
U. W. UAtrAKLAN8, II. K. MACrAKLANK.
Q W. MACPARLANE A CO.
Importers, Cowmlulon Merchants
aud Softer Factors,
I'tre proof Uuildmji..,..,,, ..Queeu street, Honolulu.
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. i-ow1er& Co'sSteatn Plow and Portable imwa
M inlets, Watson & Co' Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
)un rlre Office of London. 43-44
TT HACKFELD & Lo.
tlenerat Commission. Auent,.
Co.. Fort and (Jukkn Stmukts. Hu
a 10- 301
TTOLLISTBR & Co.
tt'hoteaat and ltetalt Druggltt and !
No, 59, Nuuanu brutsT Honolulu
OPP ft CO.,
. Kihq Strkkt.,..
Cphotterrf Drupr mnd Dealer in all
kind of Furniture
Telephone No. 141
lmHrtr of General Merchandise from
Franee, England, Germany and
the United State,
No. JKJURSN bTKSltr.. ,. . ..HoNOLl'ltV
So. aod FhUNT STUfcKT..
U B. MclNTYRB BROTHER,
Uruetri and 4V.I Ar.r.
Con. KiMi. ano Kur bT, Hohuluiu
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hleam Knalnes, Hollers, Huaar Mills,
Ct,r; Iron, Bra,, and Lead (.'tluia.
IIONOLVLU . ... , II. I
Uach!rry of .vry ilctcrlpclon maJa to brJr.
PanKuLu atluuloa iah! to blup. Ulatkunithlng.
Job work xaull ua th. sWlra nwlict. tio-a6i
TNO. O. FOWLBR Co..
Ar. prepared la furnish fUtn, and ICstl
male, for Misst
Witk wr walM.t Cars aal LucoibUltc StwiiaTy
AUAfreu ou suuak cununoNi
aysjawl Locwsuotivcs and cars, Irac
and Road latxixnotivts. Steam
Pluuittuiu aud CuUivmuj Mcbinty, rin
fc mutm tMijiin ikm tut ywrpuatss, vnuuiuif
Eoattiwa ioc int.luiaw
Eofue wiia lUaMratloAs, Models aud Photo-
granha of th abuv ptanis aud Vlachluery way be so
at tbeoj6taiaif.e undrsigid. W.U (jKELS and
V. W. SIAl.r AKLAfVEr & Uh Aut lur no. luw.
Mlats Merchant awl tlen.ral l.a,r
,lIUll,HI . ,H. I
k Mm.)wiw Klintal. f uui tlriuilaat.
OHN T. WATERHOUSB,
ntporter and Dealer tn
No. 1331 Qlrrn St rest .
T M. OAT, JR., & CO,
StattoneiJt and ir Heater.
Ited Huhher Stamp Agency
Gaibtte Block . No. t$ Merchant Street
kij54 Honolulu, H I
j. Tin, Vopir nd Xheet Iron II other,
U Stow and ItangeM,
(if atTfcindi, Plumbers itock and metals, houte furnUh
' " n8 Rood, chandeliers, lamps, etc
KAAHUMANU STREET . .HONOLULU
T AiNE & Co.,
y Vommtanton Merchant,
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General
lloNOLULl .. 1' 1.
j l 0-96 t
T .EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to I.rwees & Dickson,)
Importer and Jiealer in Lumber and all
kind of llultdlng Material:
No. 8t Fort Street ..., Honolulu
a 10-36 t
Uealer In Dry flood.
ttlce. Tea, Milk ami
Mat, Jtant and
Shoe, it ran, Fred and Hour,
Cigar and Tobacco.
Also proprietor of Kice and Sucar Plantation at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Kwa, and Hcela.
Cor. NuttANU asd Ciiai-lain Sts ..Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and Commtton Merchant,
Cornrr Fort ash Qukkn Stkkts, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Mcrchandite promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise. I I. Lyons,
33383 lU J. Lkvhv.
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer and H'holeale Dealer In t'toih
ng itootM. Shoe, Hat, Men' Fur-
nutting ttooa, tancy uooa, istc.
No. to Kaahumanu SThkRT . .Honolulu
1 10-36 1
iwr w mcchesney & son,
t Dkalkks in
Leather, tittle, Tallow and Comtntto$t
Agents for the Rojal Soap Company. It
1 Qvuuh Strkkt
3 1 7-366.
tilt S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Importers and Wholesale Healers tn Gen
MaKKk'k HLOCk. ,. ...QUBKN SlRRUT, ilUNOLtILt;
ItT S. GRINBAUM A Co.
I'oriranllnt and Commission Merchants,
So. 314 California St. San Francisco.
special lacmlle. lor ana run
collsliFtini.nts of Kbtnd DrodtlbC
rilcuUr sllention uiil to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers" and Healers In Hardware, Cut-
l'.uits and Oils, and General Herclundite.
No. 74 ano 76, Fort Stkrkt Honolvii
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Hit ol mate a tuts Sletall Grocer,
X-j 95 Four STHrKT Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from Europe and America which
will Be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered 10 an) part of the city free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will In
Ctveti to the same. 308 359
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
cuniy. Apply to VV. L. URLKN,
Office Heaver lllojc, Fort bt.
"pHEO. H. DAVIBS 9t Co.
(Late anion, Gkrkn ft Co.)
Importer and Commtlon Merchant,
Nc. 4 Kaahumant St Honolilu
Lloyd's and the Li. er pool Underwriters,
Untiih and Foreign ftlanne Insuiance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. a 10-361
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
iMPOXTtG AND MANUrACTl'RtNO
Stationer, Neir Agent, Prtnter, Hook"
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual,
Merchant, street. Dealers in Fine Stationery, Uouks,
Music, To) and Fanc Goods.
Fort STKk.iT. Nak HnTr.L, t, Honolulu
C WHST, II. M. IX)W,
L. W. MACFAKLANK.
EST, DOW A CO ,
Importer and Dealer In all kind of
Mule, Fancy and Ouitanea Gowla.
L,. ...!. .. nf .11 LI- I. C...!.. .nl.f . kt(
uintiuiv u Mti tvi.tu. tJwmn .it ,! tic, iiiiTir,
Paintings, Chroino ami 'loys, 1'ictuit frames and
Cornices lo order. Moving and repair iiiic rumiture
No, 105 Kurt Strkkt Honolulu
IT ILLIAM McCANOLBSS'
Dealer In Choicest Href, Veal, Mutton, Ktc,
No. 6 QuriN St"T, Kuii Makkiit.
FaiuII) aiul bhiilnit ortlcrs carefully altenutU to.
Lira .Slock fumlthwl lo Vcilcla at short nolle..
Vegetables of all klmta aupplteu! lo ortlar
I'aUruuN.. No. sis,
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C, BKXlVhR V-C.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance Cotnpajuy, (UmlUd)
TIIhQ, DAV1ES, AGENT,
Tlie above agent hat tecelvtd IiuUui,tlons to re
ducthe rales of Insurance bciwten HotwIuU and
Port in the PaciGc, and U bow prepared to iksue poll
ties at the lowest rates, with a spciUl reduction on
freight per steamers, ?io-6i
ORHMEN BOARD OF UNDBRWRITBRS.
; A, SCJAEJ-E V C Aftmt
AlkO arenu for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
VUmia Board ol Underwriter.
For the Hawaian Islanda. sto-tdi
pany ol Berlia.
K ,t SCAEFAX i tV, AGENTS
The abuse liaaurauce Cotbiany, W uUtsbU a
Geutfal Azency here, and the undeniitbed. GeueraJ
Ajttnts, ar auhoriMd u take ruksagaiuM ib dangers
m ine 34lu u tn bum reasonaue rate ana ua
mat CssurakU terms. tu-st$i
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
CoatMMf est dm
r, a. scHAsrsfc v c., agents
'tlie above Ifuruiance Coway h etiaUUhd a Cm
end Axencv here, and the above tdjncd. UenefaJ tiismrfs.
ant auuurutd la Uk Kbks atftiiut li tLsucan U ita
aa at tk. iuom nauooarj. I
iaf, ana ua the fv
aatw Catafaaf f I
HAMBURG-BRHMEN FIRE INSURANCE
.. A. SCfAKFCR .V Co., AGK.VTS.
I"he above firm having len appointed a stents of this
company are wepared to inure risks against fire on
atone ami mien uuiititngt ana on MrtTnamme tioreu
therein, on the mo.l favorable terms.
apply at their ofl.ee.
NORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg1,
. HACKfiRU) V cV, AGENTS.
Capital and Kerve Reichimatk 8,830,000
M their R Insurance Companies j5,ooo,o.m
lhe Agent of the altove Compnnj, for tre Hawaiian
htandt, are prepared to Insure ltudding, rumiture.
Merchandise and Produce, .Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels tn the harbor, against loss
or ilamagn by hie. on the most favorable terms.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE1NSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLR A COOKK, AGh.STS
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States.
Vollcle tued on the mot Favorable Term
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $44,000
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OP UNDER
C, BRCIVLR 5- CV..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
X Company or Hamburg.
. IIACKFRLI) f Ce , Art ntt.
Cariraland Uewrve. .. Kcichtmark 6.cno,ooa.
' Ihetr Kclnurnnce Companies " iol,6so,tMO
The Acent. of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Ulands, are prepared to inture lluildinit., rumiture,
Mercliandike anil l'roduce. Machmer. etc. alv buirar
and Kice MilU. and venuli in the harbor against luii
or damage by lire, nn the mml latorable Ittmv
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Companr,
BISHOP & Co., AGENrS.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder.
Assets . $jt,36,tcw
Reserve... .... . . . . ...... 6,750,000
incumk ran 1879;
Premiums received after deduction of re
Iniurauce ... .$ 5tJt95
tosses promplty adjusted and paid here
of San Francisco.
CASTLE A COOKE, AGENTS,
Incorporated 1875 sio-a6l
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
Aet miliars lt, 1HH4, nearly 17,
Polices Issued on the, most favorable terms, and
absolutely Non-Forfeitabte after Two
RXMrtR oh NO-ronrKiTUB tlan ;
I mured rfge jj jears o ears Endowment Plan fur
Annual Premium $f4f,SO
CkL Sure. V l'. IMup 1
At the ead cf tlie ad Year.
" 'lhe setond and subx jent iiremium are likely to
te reduced t trurfatinjr annual Jtttnbettiams of $ur
I4T Applications can be had of, and full information,
Mltl be cn by the Agents,
CASTLh A- COOKK.
-sHARLES BREWER at Co.
a; Kilhy STaaar. Boston.
AIIKSTS Of llAir.lIIA.y VACKKTH.
tleneral Commission Agents.
Spevlal atlemlon slen to the puixhailnK nf goods for
the Hawaiian trade, rrci.ht at lueht rales.
TT W. SEVERANCE,
1,16 Cai iroRNiA St.. Cat.. (Room No. a.)
l.lir.J.I.V CONHVf. CHMMINSION
84 Post 8L 8. F.
Send for Circular,
The Fill IIiumc. Coikk includes Single and
Double hntry Ilook keep inj, as applied to all deiart
ments of Liutne; Commertial Arithntclk; HuUnes.
tVniuanAlttp; .Mercantile Iaw; Ilusinesa Caxrctitond
enct; lectures on Uw, llusinets Forms, and the
S-lin-e of Accounts; Actual luiuesa Practice in
Wholesale and Retail Merthandiiitin, Commlsoioii,
Jobbing, Importing. Kailruailmif, Kxpress Hudntus,
llrokeragc, and llinklng; l.aslitli Hranches, imludlng
Reading, bpellmg, Graninur, etc.; Drawing, aiid
Modem languages, convisting of practical iustructiuii
in t reach Giniau,,andbpaniih. kH
aruiAL iinsnchks are. wmainenui i'rittuantiii,
litiiher Matheiuatks. Survevinz. N'avlifation. Civil Kn.
ginerring, Asmj ing, MiortHand, lypcWritnig, 'IeU
For full information addre,
E. I. IIKALD& CO.
t-8i .San Fkakcimth, Cau
N. l BUltGESS,
O.tltl'KXTKU AXJU UVILMM,
RtMMitfutly wiiwunte to the puMw that
he has purchased the
Itusinct ttcemlf conductcl bf Mr. G, Mf Lair, at
No. I4 King Mreet. hhkh will m under tlte uaiuige
merit t.f his son B P. BURGESS.
the Eaprcs will attend the arrival u tvery urauer
and prusiiptly delis e
FKEUJUT, PACKAGES & UA(CALKP
In Honolulu mm! vkuoly.
X-URWIX'UMB JC PIANOS
kloml !ih catfc
UK. au-ci, has I'UKCHAsn; mi:
Tobacco, Cigar and Stxla Water,
llutlru. betMubn leu Iv sir. I. W. llin.lrr.
No. t KlAtf itfeal. sveMtl KiJI b. (HsJtu.led Lr hit
mi, li W. BUabftk. anj mUl, twylau la
lh.Un.ol- SWOKKit? AK1 ICH.& tan U AmuJ, 4
I'taaakUig the psbUc fut past awrs ami ae'anteaug
to xxvmtAU saecnte all urders u eUker ILm of b
sm, as rvauunthla W),it wvsikl speA.tfUv kJt4.1t a
t"w.w nnnH . tmrmssfws
00 TsUfkm .V. KM.
HesMsmes T.lepm.n . id.
M. W. McChesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Ilavf no Undine
Per Alameda & John D. Sprockilf,
LA HOT SHIfMINTS UP
A snorted Merchandise
Confuting In part of
Hits. Flour, Ooltltn Calf.
Itbts. Flour. I-1 Doradt) ';
backs Railvt Rest.
Sacks Corn, Ilei- Wliol,
Sacks Corn. Itest, CrackeJ.
backs llran, Coar anJ Fbtt.
Sacks llesns. While. -K
backs llans, H.l,
Sacks Hfans, Rayud,
backs Ileana, Ilors.
Sacks Ilcans. Urn
Suck Onions, ltcst Silver .Skin,
backs I 'ot aloes, Urtt In OoltiI,
Cases 1- tra Soda Crackers,
Cases Medium llreadi
Cases Cracketl Wheal, lo lb, Ugs,
CastA Com Meal, white, 10 lb. bafs.
Cases Oat Meal, to lb, bags.
Cases Corn btarch.
Casks Dupee llami,
Cak C A A Hams,
Casts R. II Ilacoe.
Cases Faiilhink's Ijinl,
I, J lb. pail.
'a Lard. lb. nail.
Cases I- airlank
Cases l-alruank's Lard, to lb. stall.
Cases Whitney's Rutter, In tins
nan Liuis. I Hitler, nckle Koll,
Qr Lhts. liutier, Fickle Koll.
Half firkins Ituttcr, Hi It IMj.
Qr. firkins Uutter, Gift tde,
CaKS New Cheee.
Boxes and Wk Salt Codfish,
Ilbls'licrces Columbia River Salmon.
Cave laundry Surch.
ik)ics nrown uiundry Aoap,
Pure Java Coffee, Koculed and (irouitd, l 1U tirm
Sacks Green Coffee,
llieitt Japan 1 ea, l lb. tK f -jrs,
Chests Japan Tea, ; tt. (tapets
Boxes Kalsins, London I-arrv
Kalstns, txnuon l-ajrrv
i tones Haliins, London Layers,
Vi loxes Raltins. Lonlou Layers,
Cases Mixed Pickta,
Casct .Spices, assorted, all sites.
rails mince meal, Atmore.
.Tins Mince Meat, Cutting.
Sacks Raw Peanuts,
Sacks Knahsh Walnuts.
Sacks Soft bhell Almonds,
backs ' eias pecans, extra large..
Cases California Honey 7t lb. tins, (
Cases Kinf, Morse it Co's , fresh calmed
r-ruits. Jellies and Vegetables,
Hales Wrapping Paper, extra quality.
A LAKUK ASSORTMKNT Of
Beat California Leather,
-a. " . J
hoUtlneale, Harriet. Skirting mk! Upr. 4
,? r rench and Atnerican Calfskins,
bhecp bktns, Gout Skins.
Hawaiian baddlc Trees.
And other poods too numeroua tomentloa.
IIicm good are freh, 'ttere iuuiht sery low, and
will be sold at -j U
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
X, W, KcCBSSNET&SOV,
iis-aOo Ho. QuMit ati-Mt.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
We take pleasure In announcing that, In addition tu
our CuNracTiuNKKV ahu Cake Hummss, wc will
open on bArURDAY, APRIL 15th, an T
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Which has been neatly fitted Up to meet the require
ments of our trade.
Our Ice cream will be only uf superior quality, made
of genuine cream fruin the WoonLAWK Dainv ith
wnom we iiae airangcd to supply us regular!'
pure, cream, which, having frequently tested.
enables tis to guarantee a fina-tlas ankle,, of Ice
us 10 guaraiiie a nrMH:iass amcstvoi 1
iual to that made In any of the Urn cities.
'1 he following varieties of Ice Chram and leas will
furnished at our oucniniz. and sevrral other vantstUs.
if our trade wilt justity It, '
Vanillv, cgrvKK glace,
LEMON, CH0COLA1 E.
si kawih.rrV, pineapple
orange and strawerk
Parties supplied any day escept Sunday, Those
wishing Ice Creain for Sunday must leate their orders
on Saturday before 0 r. M , wfckh will be delivered
before 10 am SundaVi the iream will b packed
so that they will keep eight hours In a first hUm condi.
Hoping to receive a slure of public patronage tn this
line of out business, and thanking them for their liberal
favors In the pavt we remain, respectfully,
MELLER & HALBE,
King Htreet nemr Almkr
No.3. fort It., OlockWRi, "
Have received coiuiqniueiil of tha moa Ecuftotwital
and Valuable Feed for all kinds of stock, vis 1
COOKE O LISHUKU MtSJL.
It Is the greatest HeJ fuf uer, Milk and Mutter (iro
Od Cake Meal shows aLaMii a imp CMtti. at itutiUU
matter ; this neatly ) per osiu.
ea ids. c.1 mis iuai is equal to y iu, tn gti, e
li IU. of Corn, or to l4f llta. of wheat bran,
AUo, our UnHvaleVMIXF.il EKD, us wtllaiour
uuia) supply of the best kinds uf
Which Is (affned al tha Iwiii ljukci WaUt mA
deliveicd free to any pan efthe tils.
Agents for the
PaclAe Mutual Life Utaraace Cs f riMirde
AgeiUsfuriU HOOVtk TELEPHONIC
CvaunUuuner uf tkeds for ibe State of CaUkruU
TtLEFHONEa it i6-e4i
Direct la)itatloq of
Till Nmwi,i New Clrm
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