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Volume v, Number 43.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 27, .885.
Whole Number 252.
1. 1 tv. rtmnmy .vnr.i.
Varlflti fount Ueneral Atnerlrrtn .rrr-
European, Aelan, Afrtean, Auttrallan
lulv Itnltlh It now In San r-'raneiteo.
The plague of t;raWioperi hat aualcl In
Silting Hull and tl of hit bravet ate goint
to join a Western thosv.
Eitcrttive til works are among Napa't
latrtt lm)uitri.il et.i!tiliment.
A mercantile boom It reported among the
railroad towns In the Han Jotquln.
Ihe Hartford Hem to the Mare-Island Navy
Yard on the 15th Instant for repairs.
The Carfielif monument will be unveiled In
Ool.len Gate Park on Ihe Fourth ol July.
California grapes, wine, apples and oranges
won high praise in the New Orleans Exposi
tion. The milling Apaches were In full retreat for
the Mexican border''.! last advices, with
UenerM Crook hot ol Ifieir heels.
A number of whalers have been seen re
cently off the San Francisco Heads by the
masters of incoming vessels.
California crops are turning out better than
expected. Ijle grain, vine and fruit trees
have been benefitted by recent rains.
Thooe who have friends In Los Angeles will
be glad'to know that that enterprising burg is
passing through the bliss of an art-loan exhi
bition. The wheat product of Oregon, judging
from the appearance of the crop at present,
will be fully 20,000,000 bushels, the largest
ever raised In the slate. The prospect for
good times were neser better.
According to the San Francisco Call one of
the Australia-bound passengers on the Zealan
ilia was a notorious sneak thief, who succeeded
in getting over $700 worth of diamonds from
San Francisco pawn-broker.
The San Francisco district camp meeting
will be liehl this year at Pacific Grose, Mon
tern), beginning Friday, June 10th, and eon
llnslpg at least a week. A good chance for
llawaiians who go over on Ihe Alamcds,
An order has been enforced prohibiting the
storekeeper on the l'rtsido military grounds,
flan Francisco, from selling intoxicating liquors
except beer, ale and light wines. He is also
required to keep Ms place closed on Sundays.
"Farmers near Ferndale, Washington Ter
ritory, art cutting uplheir farms Into forty-acre
and eighty-acre tracts and selling off to new
cornciN 'ho arrive esery wees, lly dividing
their lands Into small farms the country is de
veloped more rapidly than it could be by any
other method." A hint for Hawaii I
At the I'resido, San Francisco, recently,
while getting out rock for the wall to inclose
the new National Cemwrry, the military
authorities have discovered an excellent quality
of blue granite and also n reio of coal from li
to 3 inches wide where it waxtiscosered, and
widening indefinitely. This was tliscotVjren in
the rear ol the cemetery. It dips ripd!y.
Adjutant-General Kelton says of this that the
government is 'not prospecting for coal and
cannot follow this lead, but lie thought if
those who are interested in prospecting will
examine into the matter it may be traced or
located outside of the grounds toward the bay,
tSENEKAL AMLKICAS NOTES.
Emma Nctada U to n&tty Dr. Raymond
Gen. Cutler Grovcr, of the United States
Army, is doi.
Ex-Minister to England Lowell is due in
Uotlnn this week.
The Hessian fly is doing much damage In
the wheat fields of Kansas and Maryland.
Hanlon us he is going back to Australia
next year to row again agatnst lleach.
The Ohio Republican Slate Contention has
nominated Judge Joseph 11. Forakcr for Gov
The sccnlccn-)car locusts have made their
appearance in vast numbers in Central New
Commander Lewis Clark, of the United
Slates ship Alliance, of the South Atlantic
squadron, Is dead.
General Grant's liook about the war will be
published by Webster & Co., of which firm
Mark Twain is the Co.
Patents have been issued in the United
States for a new system for the production of
spherical an J conical projectiles.
An Havana dispatch says Miguel Aharci
has surrendered to Saliana, and the bandits
Cometona and Kivcro have been captured,
The steamer Sprake Halle, (torn Liverpool
for Bombay, foundered in a cyclone in the
gulf of Aden. There was only on turvWor.
General Gram's symptoms were unfavorable
on Ihe 151I1 Instant. His long Illness is said
to have cost over $40,000 in doctor's bills
The Stiletto, a steam yacht, only 90 feel
long, built at Providence, Khode Island, has
made ten miles In 13 minutes on the Hudson
The last trial of John itoach'a man-of-war
Dolphin, built for the United Slates Navy,
was still unsatisfactory, though the government
mjjr lake it.
Small-pot broke out on the steamer Wctcr,
from Hamburg, before reaching New York,
and the was quarantined, having SS7 steerage
John Teenier it arranging for a gtand re
gatta, tu be open to tin world, to be held in
Pittsburg this month.
l'eru has just had her periodical revolt.
General Cact-tc wanted to be dealer, but
the people wouldn't have it. Exit Caccrc
ami cuter temporary quiet.
The town of Suffolk, Virginia, has been half
destroyed by Gre. Loss, $300,000. The
losset by fire In the United States and Canada,
during May, amounted to $3,750,000. Chance
for oui Z. K. Mcterv
The abolition of the coutraci avxtcin in New
York still entail a cost upon the tax-payers, for
the Auburn 1'iivon alone, of $100,030 1 tear.
The Utka Herald itin-iks that "the iatury
of miiuumujg prisoner In Idleness cornea
hih, but tin voters said they must has It."
Deputy Coiuruutionci of Pensions McLean
ay It it the ptirpot of the United Stat
Petition Bureau to make a thorough etauuia-
lion of the pension lists of the entire country,
wltn a slew of culling off all who are illegally
Ihe laigesl grawvine in the United States
grows on the premises of Mr. Madden, in Pike
county, Georgia, It it eighteen years old, is
thirty four inches In circumference at lis base,
is a quarter ol a mile long, and yields five
wgaon loads of grapes.
Ex-President Zaldlvar, of San Salvador,
ays he is still sanculne of the union of the
five Central American republics brought
about by projected railways and telegraphs
Improving Ihe ftclhlies for an Interchange of
ideas among these stales, but not by such
means as Harriot Instituted.
The Harvard faculty, wishing to encourage
vacation study, aulhorites any instructor to
announce to his class a course of reading or
investigation suitable to be pursued privately
during the summer. Every such course should
be calculated to occupy a student of ordinary
ability not more than six hours a day during a
Robert Treat Paine, whose death is an
nounced from Hotton,was,the.fo-indef of the
Organization of Associated Charities in that
city, and was actively connected with several
practical benevolent works there. He was
born in October, 1835, and was named for his
grandfather, one of the singers of the Declara
tion of Independence.
The growth of some of the Southern Stales
is illustrated by the statement concerning
Chattanooga that It has increased since the war
"from a clump of white-washed ware-houses
and shanties 10 a city of 25,000 inhabitants;
from n tax-roll of $1,300,000 to one of
$7,000,000 ; and has Increased its business
capital from $209,000 to $5,000,000.
The Rural New Yorker two years ago pro
duced a hybrid between wheat and rye, the
new grain being very distinct from either.
Last year a further cross was effected upon
these hvbrids by using the pollen of the rye so
that the resulting grain is three-quarters rye.
The plants are remarkably vigoiotis end the
heads large, and still scry distinct from tho-c
The Canadian Pacific has been completed
to within ten miles of the summit of the Set
kirks, and only seventy miles of the contract
work of the Onderdonks remain to be finished.
At present there are 5,000 men at work on ihe'
road, 1,000 having been sent out vtithlajllie
last ten da)s, and within a month 2,couitics:
will be lorwarded. The line is novfibe!rjf
operated to the lirst crossing of the, Columbia'
River, a distance of 1,025 mile from Win"
Up to tire (jth, General Middlcton'had no
captured Dig Dear, the principal rebellious
Canadian Indian. The French Canadians are
trying to get Uicl pardoned. More Indian
and half-breed outbreaks are feared unless
conciliation carries the day. Charles Fitrpa-
trick and F X. Lcmieux have been retained
to defend Ricl in Regina. His plea will doubt
less be that of insanity, and it is presumed
that a number of witnesses will be summoned
from Quebec lo prove that Ricl was insane
while he was at the lleaupoit Asylum some
lime ago. ,-
A controversy is now going on in the United
States on the question of whether the foreign
mad service of the United States is properly-
paid or not. Or. thj 1st of April the law
compelling Ameiican ships to take the mails
at rates fixed by the government expired.
Representatives of American lines then offered
to carry the mails at the old rates until July
1st, in order to give the new Postmaster
Ceneral time to understand the situation and
find out what to do, then American steams), in
can refuse to carry the mails unless the govern
ment will pay prices satisfactory to them.
Prohibition is said to b making rapid head
way in Georgia. In aboiU-jiic hundred of the
13S counties in the state prohibition is abso
lute, and in some others it prevails in certain
districts. Only twenty-two counties in the
state are untouched by the temperance waves.
The Atlact Constitution as : "No whisky
is sold In a prohibition county in Georgia, be
cause Ihe uncertainty of the situation creates
and maintains a public sentiment that renders
it operative and effective," On the other
hand ; "The popularity of high license in Illi
nois has been demonstrated by the fact that
every attempt to modify the system has lieen
ovetwhlemingly defeated by the present legis
lature." THE CRISIS IN CNtiLAND.
The Gladstone Ministry hat resigned. Lord
Salisbury has been asked by Queen Victoria lo
form a cabinet. The reason for Gladstone to
resign was the defeat of the bill prepared by
Chancellor of the Exchecquer Childcrs, ad
vancing the tax on spirits and beer. The Con
servatives were at first wildly excited and
jubilant, and were afterwards correspondingly
depressed. The queen's promptness in ac
cepting Gladstone's resignation is much com
mented upon. The popular enthusiasm seems
to le in favor of Ihe conservatives.
In the Ilritish House of Commons, June Sth,
Childers moved a second reading of the bud-
gel, and in his supporting speech explained
that of Ihe total increase in the beer and spirit
duties England pays seven-ninths. Scotland
one-ninth and Ireland one-ninth. A division
was had, and the government was defeated.
Tremendous excitement was caused by the
announcement of Ihe tesult of the di islon, and
Gladstone immediately adjourned the house.
Thirty-nine Parnellites and all the Conserva
tives voted with Ihe majority. The minority
included Sir Michael Dabs, brewer, andtevera
Irish Liberals. Although strong wh!p have
been issued, many government supporters were
Gladstone announces) in ihe Dritith House
of Comment on the 13th, ilut he had resigned
office, that Ihe queen had accepted his resign.
tlon, and that her majesty had informed him
that the had summoned the Marquit of Salis
bury, the leader of the opjsusition in ihe house
of lords, lo immoral, for Ihe purpose of In
trusting him with the mission of forming a new
ministry. Gladstone, continuing, said that
under the peculiar circumsltncrs surrounding
the out-going government he would, a little
on, propuse that the house of commons
adjourn until neat Monday, The question hat
arisen, he proceeded to say, whether It would
be licit fui the public convenience ami Interest
to go on with the pending legislation concern
Ing the Redistribution of Seats bill. The
present government would only do so. with the
convent of the house. He did not believe any
difference of principle in respect lo their most
important measure couid now pouiUy arise
between Ihe parties, and he reminded the
house that the .government and opposition
were both under a compact regarding the Re
distribution bill. It would, hostctcf, be grail
lying to hiuucll and hu colleagues, 01 the out
going cabinet, If, before they cased their
public duties, they would regaid the bill as
sealed and delivered.
A cable special from London of June 13th
tajsr There is joy among the beaten and
sorrow among the victors. Such Is the para
doxical effect of the defeat of the Liberals,
On the first night of the victory the young
Tories (Conservatives), with Churchill leading,
threw up their hats in a frenry of boyih, un
controllable Joy. Ever since Tory faces have
been lengthening with doubts and fears, and
becoming pale and sickly with lack of resolu
tion. The transformation it so absurdly com
plete that some of the Tory journals go lo Ihe
length of grumbling that the ministry played
for a fall and tricked the Tories Into victory.
It is certain lht their defeat was in many
retjicctt a godsend. The ministers were as
hopelessly divided as ever on Ihe subject of
Irish coercion up to the very afternoon of
defeat. It is now whispered that Gladstone.
was among the uponcn(s or coercion,, aM
thus the ministers were face to face with'tltP
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lapse or a dishonorable and pcrilouscfaBfro
mUe. When their enemies camel teMhfit.
dltfd Tw a Tat !.- I T Inn tnlrttstVavtrat. nava ..at
ivn.ant a no .. ui tut, iiii t iit,i JJtt)L
them brcathinc space between theft ttntt Al
office and the general election. TMvJs ar
Important advantage, and It may lead ToTln
most beneficial results lo have Ihe Tory Gov
ernment to criticise. The Liberals will be
able to qulctty shelve the past and concentrate
their attention upon promises for the future.
Thus a laborious If not impossible defense of
coercion in Ireland of the massacres in the
Soudan, and of the crimes and contradictions
of the whole Egyptian policy is rendered
needless. The Radicals will doubtless reply
to all the demands for apologies on these sub
jects that they arc matters of ancient history
and that the people are much more anxious
about the English bill In break the feudal
system, alioul the reform or abolition of the
house of lords, about the housing of working
men and about other socialistic remedies
which arc so popular with the political discipMes
of Chamberlain. Already the Radicals have
made that step in advance which is always the
result of the accession of Ihe Tories to power.
Sir Charles Dilke is urging local self-government
for Ireland with a degtee of boldness un
known .when he was in office, and Chamber
lain makes, no concealment of his intention to
make this a prominent plank in the new plat
GraVe" political disturbances have occurred
s& .... .
. ue-x.cseps run uecn cnosen prcsuiem 01 inc
lrtf Kxiosilion of 18S9.
There is no foundation for the rumor ol an
outbreak ol cholera in England.
The Princess lleatrice's marriage is officially
announced to take place July 23rd.
Prince Albert Victor has len admitted a
bencher of the Middle Temple in London.
It is said that a Russian fleet has seued a
Corean port. Check to Fort Hamilton.
"Poor Carlotta" the insane widow of
Maximilian of Mexico is said to be recover
ing her reason. - c
The Queen has created Lord Wolseley a
Knight of the Order of St. Patrick, in succes
ses to Lord O'l lagan.
A squadron of fifteen Ilritish war vessels has
ai rived Pi &nlry Day, Ireland, where there is
to be a sNam battle.
"It is said the new Ilritish ironclad Ajax is
unmanageable, and that it is dangerous for the
vessel to accompany others." Ajax always
The London Telegraph in an editorial ex
presses the hope that the United States
Government will soon raise the Section at
London to an embassy.
Three-quarters of the town of Grodno, in
Russian Poland, including the government
officers and numerous church es, have been
destroyed by fire. The loss amounts to
several million roubles.
A rcvial has visited Edinburgh University.
Professors preside at meetings where i,ouool
the students are present, and many conversions
are reported. In the after-meetings professors
and students mingle together in giving and re
ceiv ing instructions.
The cholera epidemic is now raginfj furi
ously in Spain, where over 200 deaths have
recently occurred, It has broken out in one
province of Portugal, and that country, France
ami Italy are all quarantining vigorously
It it slated that the Princess of Wales Is
endeavoring to bring about a meeting of the
Prince of Wales and the Czar of Russia at
Copenhagen. It is the hope of the Princess
that permanent peace may be secured Ihrojgh
The King of Belgium, the President ol the
Africar, International Association, hat decided
to open an African Scminaiy in connection
with the Univertity of Ley den, at .which
young men will lie prepared for missionary
work in the newly opened uittrtctt of the
The police of St. Pelenburg state that the
Nihilists in that city are seriously divided In
opinion as to the best means of continuing
their agitation. A majority of the brotherhood
is believed to favor an abandonment of terror,
ism, and are for making an effort to effect a
revolution by pacific means.
The Russian Government finds itself con
fronted by a new trouble. The peasant
tenantry of the Daltlc provinces have long
complained of their treatment at the hands of
the landlords and their agents, and lately they
have taken the law Into their own hands and
resorted to many acts of violence, often in.
eluding murder. Their grievances, it is al
leged, ate not unlike those which lave long
the mr or THE WOULD
Typhoons have been raging in the China
An exhibition of Japanese inventions is to
take place t Tokio in the sprint of 1SS6,
The Russian telegraph system Is being
extended from Merv to Parah on the confinct
A telegram from Kutau states that distur
bance ate going on at the northern -art of
Queensland, Australia, hat patted a law
restricting Chinese Imailgration to one Immi
grant to each 50 tons register.
The Pcrak Sugar Cultivation Company,
localed in the Stale of Pcrak, in the Malay
Pcnuuulai, baa failed.
Owing to the appearance of cholera in
Spain, Ilra1.1l has clm-d its potts to thips from
the cattern coast of the Sjmnisli Peninsula.
The term of payment by the Corean Gov
ernment of the Indemnity due Japan expired
on April 9th last, but no money hat been paid
Madame Nilsson has gained her action
against her late husband's relatives in Paris,
who have been ordered to pay Let the sum of
Ameer AMurrahman, of Afghanistan, is re
potted to be assassinated by some of his
countrymen who favor Russian and dislike
Sir Peter Lumsden the Afghan boundary
Commissionerwas enthusiastically received
on reaching London. Lots of llritont evidently
want a fight.
Tlic Russian Minister In Toklo is said to
Jiv fccclvedjnstructlons from Si, Petersburg
'to visit Corca in order to conclude a treaty of
nimlf and commerce with that country.
Vf Madhi , has issued a. (proclamation, which
It m I. .? ftATaA1AfAklA.l t 1. .a-?..
has UJr) extensively circulated in the countries
.WJlefJtit''upon the Persian Gulf, stating his
InJiMTtlon to invade both Egypt and Arabia.
An earthquake has occurred ill the Eastern
Caucacus. The town of Sikuch was completely
swallowed up and the towndilp suffered
damage to Ihe extent of several million roubles.
The Japanese Minister of Agriculture and
Commerce I, about to take a step toward the
revival of a partially extinct industry, by es
tablishing a cotton manufactory at Sapporo,
A new scheme of taxation on houses and
r-ilk stuffs will be enacted and promulgated in
China soon. Taxes on tea, fuel, charcoal,
etc., are said la be under contemplation of the
M. de Freycinet, French Minister of Foreign
Affairs, states that Germany has demanded
the right to trade with Lake Tanganyika, but
has given assurance that there are no designs
As one of the signs of the stagnation of
trade, it imy be mentioned, says th? Hon
kong News, thai out of some 21,000 Chinese
houses in the English settlement at Shanghai,
there arc about 3,600 empty.
At the fourth conference held at Tientsin
between the French and Chinese Commis
sioners the former demanded the cession by
China to France of all the revenue derived
from Formosa for the next five years.
England has annexed Dechuanaland, the
region roughly described as lying between the
20th and 301I1 parallels of latitude in Africa,
and containing an area somewhat larger than
Newspapers in Rangoon are discussing the
separation of Durmah from India, and making
it a crown colony. They complain of the neg
lect ol the Indian Government. The R?"goon
Chamber of Commerce supports the proposal.
Advices from Merv arc to the, effect that
the Russians arc taking the greatest carr to
I prevent foreigners. communicating with the
Turcomans, and have cxpelletf Persians, who
were supposed lo be corresponding with Af
ghans. The supply of Japanese tea has thus far
been limited, but the quality is pronounced
superior to the early products of last year.
Prices have been high, and will probably be
higher as the season advances, an unusually
small crop being expected.
Tfc? Uatav ia Dagblad stales that official in
formation has been received from Holland that
there has been taken into consideration thcrviv
scheme for laying a telegraph cable from Aes
tralia to Ceylon, via Timor, Java and Achecn.
This route is undoubtedly that along which the
kige ortion of the line will be overland.
General Wolseley is engaged In the prepara
tion of his official report on charges preferred
against General Graham, coMmjndcr of the
SuaMn-IlVrbe-r expedition, sad General Mc
Neil, commander of the advance force of
the expedition, for incompetency in con
ducting the campaign. If the report be
unfavorable, both generals will be subjected to
n special inquiry by a military council.
A dispatch dated the 7th instant staled that
the caithquake shocks at Scrinagur and other
points in the Vale of Cashmere continue at in
tervals, averaging once In three hours. Whole
villages have been engulfed, and terrible sub
terranean noises are heard, driving the people
frantic with fear. The horrors of approaching
famine are added to the other results ol the
disaster, at many thousand bushels of grain in
storage have bcrn swallowed up In the chatms,
which are constantly opening. The very late
papers say nothing alsout it.
Just before Gladstone retired the Pall
Mall Cuetle said it was glad to be able to
stats upon the highest authority that the long
standing question of difference between Eng
land and Russia, concerning the no'thwetl
Afghan frontier, had been finally ami satisfac
torily tettled. A definite agreement has been
arrived at on the queston, and the principal
commlttloners will forthwith commence lo
mark precisely the delimitation ol the loundary,
at they are now on the tpot. Thai may all be
changed now by the new cabinet
:t It 'Jul Hilt r,
EniTOR Satumiay Vim Sin The Sat
unlay t'rett ofthit mornini; contains an article
hdiicl The Attempted .Suicide, in Hhlci, treat
tnjuttlce It dene to me, and I icriuett the public
through your columns to tutpend judgment In
the matter till opportunity it offered icthow
that there ttcrc no untrue ttatementt in the
letter written by me. I court an invetita
tion thereof. Very truly jours,
Honolulu, June 30, 18S5.
The Montague-Turner concert given at
Kasvalahao Church, last SilimUy evenlu;,
ssat only fairly well atlenJeJ, the amount
taVen in UiriK but $x. Tlie iitOrarume
rcnJcrcJ wat an Intercttiiij; one, Hawaiian
tonyt ueint one of itt features. On neat
Saturday ctcnlng, Miu Montague and Mr,
Turner, aulttcj ty local talent, vtill gite a
latcsscll concert at Mutic Hall Ufure their
permanent ileuaiture from the Islaml.
bw s".la4aou.'l reslcisst, O bo t
AjsJ LaaUaJ will ut . Msr jib twon (
It It rutuuf J va Kurt iiiki, yi trw,
Tlwy u (uu4 lo moJ Ur. to. UtUju
The match game of Isim ball Uu SatutJay
aficrnooo. at the MaUU grounJa wat well
playeJ In tht mala by both lb Hortolulua and
Oceania and aa won bj- tkf latter club by
eleven runt to six. A full teiwrt ssiU appaau
in to-day' Itsue.
1-R. S. ERNEST CRADDOCK.
M. K. C. S. Kno., I. H. C. P. aku I. S. A. Ixisuoi
Late Scholar ami Prfreman of
HVHHEHV ,!.V MKItiaiXK,
King's College. t.onJon.
Orrlca asid Keibtit- No. in Fort utter, latflv
occupied bv Dr. Carpenter,
Orric llot.'RS-ato it o'clock A. M.
ll-tfa t to s od 7 to 8 t. M.
Attorney ""! Vtmntrlnr ttt .rite
So. t Kaahumanu SrionT Honolulu
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No. ros Four St , Honoll-lu
Residrmce No, t Kmnu street. 'Jf-'Ss1
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Drntitt Ifoom on Fort 5ree!,
Ito-toLULU 11, I,
Office la Prevrcr'a lllcck, corner Hotel and Fort
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Interior Or pic .....Honoluiu
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Sotitry I'uhltr amt Commlnlon of Je--r,
Tor the States of California and New York. Oldie
t the llank of llishop Ft Co.
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OlTice, nest -Joor to the Honolulu Library.
9 to 10 A. M.
Orric Hours, j to 4 r. m.
7 to 8 r. m.
SunJass, 9 to 11 A. M.
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Attorney nt .rnr,
Nu. 3ft Mkkchayt Struct Honolulu
vjrr R. CASTLE,
Attorney tit Law ami Sotary Vuhlir.
No. 19, Merchant SraatT Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361
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Stock unit Heat Estate Itrokerm,
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Suir I'laiitAtlor., Railroad, Telephone and other Cop
1 toe La, Lion
liond and similar bccurilies.
Bought '2nd Sold on Commission.
Money Loaned on Stock Securities.
Importer amt Heater in Otatrare,
Meritten $lteeri'tutetl M'ure.
No. Si Fort Struct Honolulu
,e s Lombi nation biwctaclc
. Chaw's Ifttand
Lustra! irc ware, rancy &oat-
l! Wire Ware, rancv Suaw,
WoMenholm'a Pocket Cutlery, H. I. Chaw
CLarlv's SdooI Cotton. M .it.lt me 'Oil. all
tvindt of Machine Needles, "Oomettic Paper Fahiont
Sole aent of the universally acltnowlcdfed Liht
Kunnitif Domestic Sewing Machine.
A S. CLECHORN ot Co.
Importer amt Dealer in tletterat Jirr-
Comer Qucta and Kaahumauu Streets, Honolulu.
H'atHtmaker uml Jeweler,
VTatoh repairing mi do a Speciality,
All order from the othei Llands proniotly attended to.
No. 55, lIOTKLbTKKKT. ....HONOLULU, H.I.
A W. PEIRCE & Co.
Ship Chandler ' CommUnlon Jer
chant. No. dQckhnSt ....Honolulu.
Agents for Brand' Guns and Iloiub Lances and Per
ry Davis Pain Killer, 110361
Utulrrt III Lumber anil all Klmlt of Untitl
ing Material; faint; Oil; Mall; etc.,
No. 44 Q.aas SmitT. .. Honoivlv, II, I,
AGENT OP SCMOONKKS
HalMka'a, Kulaiuanu, K.kauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UUama, Pauahl and L.ihl.
At Roblmon't Wharf. 310-161
OISIIOP ft CO., Banker
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And th.it agents la
M...is.N U. ROrilSCHILDSSONS,
Th. COMMERCIAL BANKJNO CO.,
OK SYDNEY, LONDON,
fh. COUMEKCIAL BANKING CO.,
Cr SYDNEY, SYDNKT.
The ltNKS 01' NEW ZEALAND!
AUCKLAND, CHRIS rCHURCII,
THE BANKS OK BRITISH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, B.C AND KKiLANl, OK.
Tram,! a GtHtral BjhHh Buiimit.
CHRBWHR k COMPANY,
General MereanJUtonti Vummlulen A,enU
Quiasi Srttir, Hoxontu.
OltSver. P. C. Jones, Jr., Dr.sI4M arid uuoagr ;
Josaoh O. Carter, treasurer aftd secretary. Uuwtor.:
Ilooa. CrUrlo K. Btsrwv and II. A. P. Calltr , W, f.
AUea aodttor. .II-.I4
(tosiru.r wiim Msuat ft Co.)
Wkoieeale anU ItelaU U refer,
it, Kiwu Sr.aar ,...Uu.a Ifa.uoxi HsiU
Faruily, PUraaiL. and StuB M.-n. tnvtlmi at sWn
oukm. ,N. aoudt bv ttevy tint tn. OxMrs (rorts
Us. othet lUiHitiafHy .aesAitss..
No. IIS). Kt--.lt
,p C. COLKMAN,
ItltteKsmtthf .Hiirhlnht, Cttrrhtfff If or K
Honolulu II, t
rUnutio. Meichincrr c. Shop on King Street
n-Mt toCftttl ft Cooke b. tro-tdi
f U. WILLIAMS,
iMrORTKR AND DlALRR IN
f t'ttrnthtrr of Krtry -erf;(fon. JUn
ViUnntfrrr eiil Miinfiirlrer,
furniture Warerooins No. til Port Street. Work
shop At olti tunii cm Hotel Strrtt. All orders promptly
attended to. too-tst
iASTLE A COOKE,
ihtpt'tui nmt CVmmfjMfuH Meretutuln,
So. So KiNuSinir Honoluh
IMPORTER!! AND DiAtRiU IN
A genii '
n. Hitchcock &. Company Marrfjtinti. . - -
1 b Atandef & Hal-vlwln rUiUilo... mjt"
K. HaMeaJ, or UVuJiu 1'ljntatk.ii.
A. II. Snmh R. Company, Kolja. Kauai.
J. M. Alctamter, HaiVii, Maul.
'Hie Haiku Sugar Company,
Hie Kohala hugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company of San Franicco.
ilit New hngiAtvl Life Insurance Company of Ik tun
'the It lake Manufaciurinz Company of HoMon
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal MftcliimM.
Ihe tw York and Honolulu Ticket Line.
'Ihe Merchant! Line, Honolulu and San Prancitco
Dr. Jayaei & Son's Celebrated Medicines,
Vtiicox a tjiitn btirjrtr Manufacturing Loin pan y.
Wheeler ft Wilson's Seving .Machines. 2icw6r
P "r ADAMS,
Auettnnrrr ntul CnmmhMlntt Merchant,
No, 46QVRFN Strkrt.4 ... . , Honolulu
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGBR.& Co.
Importer ami CmunUmion Xfmrrhants,
No. 48 QlKEN STRKK.....rtoOLUrUjlbllU, H I
' ' ' r r,
D C. ROWb.U .51 ;-
Hottjte ,tnilMitin tttnlA
.. .T t
No, 10; KlNC STRKKT7i...ttT..1tONOLI!L0
HALL & Sdr. -l3. .(Limited)
tMrUKTKRS AND LiKlE-iS IN
Ilartlware amt General Jterehamttse,
Cornrk ok Kinc and Fort Stkekts. Honolulu
William W, Hall .President and Manager
L L. Abiei .Secretary and Treasurer
W. F. Allen Auditor
Directors Ihomas May, E O. White ovtj6
JP A. SCHAEFBR a Co.
Importer amt Com m (avion Merchant,
No. so Merchant Strfkt, , Honolulu
a 10-36 1
P H. OEDING.
Kxpreiin and truyman.
Office. No, 81 King Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnochbowl Steret
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
Freight, l'acLagcs, and Uagatje delivered to and from
atl parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid to moving turmture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE rURI'OSK.
p5'0rTiv Telephone. No. W-
llou ie.epp.cne, .o. 00, fijo-as
Hoot and Shoemaker,
Hoot and Shoes made lo Order,
No. toj Post 3 curb r. Honolulu
U. W. SlACfAlcLANK, H. R. MALPARLANR.
Q W. MACFARLANU St. CO.
Importer, Commlssloa MorohauU
and Sugar Factor
Fire-proof Huildini; Queen street, Houululu.
IuuIoa Sheen Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J, Fooler ti Co's Steam plow and Portable Tratnwa)
WorVs, Leeds, f
Miirlcss, Watson i Cu'sbov Ma"Qty,nery, GUgaw
Glasgow and HonotjluJrTiietd'cLcM,
Livrtxl and HoitoIialR Lineli Packets.
London and HonutuhrLine gfeainejs,
Sun Fire Office of I ". "m ?1 79
tleneral lX'rrn l0&n AjLtt
k. Fort ANuQuiWiRirftT....5?.jjlo
TJOLLISTER & Ce. ,'A
WhottuMlo ami UrtatlBmvafyUta and To-
No. 50, Nuiunu Stlkkt ...ItoaoLVLU
No 74. Kl
OPP & CO.,
UpkolMterer; Itratrt and Heater In all
kluit of furniture
Telephone No. ut,
Importer of iienerttl MerchandU frvm
France, Knutand, Germany ami
the Hutted States,
No. $8 QuivM Stkskt IIonou'IV
No. tU FttoNT fkkir.. San r'aAXtttro
B. McINTYRE BROTHER,
i Oroemrjf and Feed Store,
Con, Kiwq anu Kuht Srs Honolulu
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
JlleurM Kaglnei, Holler; Sugar Mill;
Cohere, lronf Urate ami Leatl Vailing;
Machir.ery of .scry tUssriptlort sud. 10 order.
Particular alttntion uaid to Ship. lIlacLsmilhing,
Job work .ictuted ml th. soonest notice. 110-161
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co..
Are prepared to furntek J'l.111. ami Kelt'
male for Steel
Wuh or wUhui.1 Cart and lajcuusotistt, SpcUaCy
ADAPfED JOK SUGAR PLANfATIONS.
doms. sv suture
Cual ue. wuh lllualrulunt. Models aud Photo.
anirxs ici. laciu,.
graph U lb. abuse itautt ! Uavhiury saay b. sa
at Its. Ut of Ihe undersigoad. W. L. GRLEN and
s. n, N.i.r AKUitrtc... vu , Aassi.roe rou. tow,
Ur t .)-6
I W. GIRVIN.
CoasissilaaloH Jsf.rvJsaisir ami Ueneral I dealer
l Org Ui;
W.ai.y.MAUI... -, , . . . II. 1
GrusarUst, Hard ear., Suttsasary, Pateul Medaslswa,
Psvlwasuv aad taasware. etu-otSi
OIIN T. WATBRHOUSB,
Imuortrr i-ir-iff rfr fn tMrMf .wr
Nn. tj-3t 4vRN Srar . Htwionau
T M. OAT, JR., A CO,
.Slatttmri e utttl ,Vir trtiOr.
l Httbhtr St t mi .lrtMtj
Oaisi-tk Block ... No. t$ Mkrchakt Twurr
MJ-S4 IIOHOII'LU. II. I.
Thtt Cojjtrr amt Sheet Iron Worker
Stnren amt Itttnye.
of atl klnJi, 1 'lumber' stock and metalf, house furnish
Ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc
No. 8 Kaahumanu St kit Honoiulu
r AINE A Co.,
Importers and dealers in Hay, (train and General
I lONOLt'Llf.. ........a. .... 1 ....at. ai' t
tytm io-6 1 aMjWffKlfc.
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lkwrrs ft Dckson,)
Importers nit it lieittert tit Lumber unit ntt
MmU of Iliilt.lintr Mutrrhit.
No. 3i Kort Strrrt . . ..HoNOiiii ti
a to-16 1
liruter in ri Omnia, Hire, Ten
silk n it 't
t ttltrff tinoitM,
ItittHt HiHitn uml
tihora, llrun, r'reit untt Hour,
Ctfjt$i'M unit Tobnrro
Alto pruDrWn of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Kovuu. Waipio, Kwd, and Hcela.
Cor. Nut'Aiu and Chatlaim Sts..... Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneer ami Commlton Jtrrrhant,
Cornkh Fort and Qukrn SrLh.KT, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and Cetieral
Merchandise promptly alt ended to. bole agents for
American and European merchandise, j J Lyons,
ija-aSj ( I J. I.RVRV,
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer unit II hoteule Dealer In Cloth-
tiifJi ItooiM, .Shoe, lint, .1fH'i nr
ntnhlnu tlouitM, Fancy ttooil, lUc.
No. 10 Kaiiumanu Strrrt
TViT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
enther. Utile, rait 01 v ami Commlmlun
mts for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 41 Qurim Sraurr Honolulu
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Importer ami Wholesale Dealer tit Hen
Makk's Uluck.. .....Qurkn Strrrt, Hoiolull
S. GR1NUAUM & Co.
I'oncardhiff and Commission Merchants,
No. st4 Calitoknia Sr. San Francisco.
Spa'tat facilities for and tarticular attention paid to
ainsirnments of Island uroduce. a 10-261
pAClFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importer and Denier tit Hardware, Cut
Paints and O1I1, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 an o 76, Fuxt Street .Hoiolulu
O J. LEVEY CO.,
tl'holesali) cimt Iletatt tlrocers,
No. 95 Fort SruRiT,. ,. .... Honolulu
Freh groceries and provisions ol all Vinds on hand and
lt"l'tU KLUiail IIUIII C.UIU)IC iUlU IMCIIVt 11111.11
will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Hoods delivered to am tvart cf the citv free of charge
J Usjid orders solicited and prompt attention will h
Hivtn 10 tne same. soa 339
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for lonz or short period. 011 approved
cuniy. Apply to W. I. GRKEN,
Oif.ce Deawr HIolI, Fort St,
npHEO. H. DAVIES t& Co.
(Latk (anion, Greiin & Co.)
lmpnitr amt Commllun Merchants
No. 4 Ksaiiumant Sr... Honolulu
Lloyd's and the l.tvertool Under w tilers,
Itnttsh and 1- orcin laril)e Xruram- Cuinpany, and
Northern Assurance Compaoy. 9 1 o-6 1
T-"HOS. G. THRUM,
lllrOKTING anu Manukactilinc
Stationer, Hook 'Iter, frtnlrr, ilooA-
And publUlier of the Hawaiian Alnunac and Annual.
Dealer tn Fine Stationery, Books, Music, loss and
Font Strut. Nkah Hurru Honolulu
a, VSM1, 11. si. txiw,
C. W. MACIAKLANe.
EST, DOW ft-CO,
Importer and Deatr In alt kind of
Music, Fancy aud it'w nes Good,
runuiureot an ktrui, newmg E.ivciunet .Mirrurs.
l'ainlinss, CliroiuiiS nj lo, I'iclure Tl-nnet and
Cornices la order,
Moving anj refjirlnx Tur'ulute
No. 10 Kottr br-tscT.
Dealer tn Choicest Iteef, Veal, Mutton, F.tr.
No. 6 QUI STkKKt. t'un Markkt
Fauuly !J Shidn j orders cutfutly attdtded to,
Ure Stock furnishe! lo Vcstcls at short ttotUe,
Ve geut-Ii of alt kinds sufitilictl lo urder.
TaLtmoHs. No tta.
QOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C. IIKICH'AJC V Ca,
Ageuti (or tbe Hawaiiaa ItUadj.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
A4ie Cotopany, I Limit td)
rA'p, . DAWSS, AGti.ST.
Ittf aSuv Ajeut ut received instruct lus to ft.
dm ilv fates ol Imuranct beiweta Hofiolulj ivd
I'on In I He .'.tclltC, and U tuw prepared lo tiut mi
ci at the loi rates. )ih a spccUl reducltuuoa
freight per Ueauacrt. 110-361
DRBMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
Ar, JrMWfA'AT Aunt
Alsti avents U tt.
DrasUen Bord of Undcrwilttif.
Vienna Board of UntUrwritcra.
Fort! lUwaiiua IsUods, ait-s.i
p-wy of BaiUa.
T. A SCttAKr'KK V C AGKXTS,
TU alrwta lladMUaUU. CwMMUatlaV- LaS takLsUtoluJ a
Getter! Ac(cy Kwe, mui tha uEkdcrslud. lnti
Aiems, ai s auiu uJ tu Use risks afalnst ilv danger
U W Sas at tK muss iMaruiuU. tale jv oa tttm
Uvbriatla terms. Jt-6i
.O BltMAN LLOYO MARINE INSURANCE
VJ boapsftttf 01 ttiiu
KA SCJiAWSM & ct. AGtyrs,
114 atuvt losairausa Cw.psvajr tuseuUuUla (n
r4 Aw.y bueAAJa4 tMaWvettwLtMoerUAittats,
art ftilv(UJ Ij-Uke Uiy Slru4 t&c Jiy,r " lh
M mw hum mw im ..tie, mnu on Ar svsi ia
.(aTttUa trt. ' viwAi
HAUBUHO-MAODBBURO FIR8 IXSUR.
uci Caoaiyof Hunbaig.
Bts.4i4.u4C. UwtiitsJksJUsfl. 1'wsruswUuf aai UuMmtf
loavurtd aafctttitssl Kira tern tW ttsuM fasuiftlUa Urtts.
HAMBURC-nRHMEN PIER INSURANCE
K A. SCitA&FBK V O f AGAXTS.
The aboTe firm having been appmi.ttt agents of ihll
ornipany arc prepared to Irntrt risks agilnst ! on
Stone and Hrtck bu.Mmgi and on Mertfundis stored
therein, on the nvwt favorable lerms. Ft narrkulari
apply at their ofT.ce tto-Ht
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. HACKFXU) cV it, AGKXTS.
Capital ami Ueserre Ketchamark I,Sjo,oim
" their Ke.tnmrancc Companies, j$,ouo,j
'Hie Agents of the above Company, for tl.e Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Inture Ituildmgs, furniture.
Merchandise and Produte, Machinery, etc-, alo Sugar
ami Rice Mills, and vesijli In the harbor, akYins, km
or tlamae by rue, on the most fa viable terms.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL. LIFE IN3UR
Atite Company of I lost on.
CA5TLK & COOKKt AGK&TS.
INCUR rORAtKU llj$.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company In the United States,
I'ottcteM luett ri themuitt tttenruhte term
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000
PHILADELPHIA DOAUD OF UNDER
C. flKXWJCft tl- V.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
A HACKMiLD cV C.f Aftmtt.
Capital and Reserve Kekhsmark 6,ono,oixx
their Ke-Insurant. Companies
The Arfenlsof the aUneCoinplny, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Huilding, t-urniturc.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also .Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the liarlror against Ijss
or dimage by fire, on the most favorable tcims.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Coinpanv,
BISHOP & Co., AGEiV'IX
Unlimited tAabtlltu to .Stockholder.
Assets.. ... , ,. ....$11,36.100
income for 1370:
Premiums received after deduction of re- t
Insurance $ 5, 38 1.195
losses promptly adjusted and pAld here.
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
CASTLR A COOK'H, AGh'XrS.
Incorporated 1875. aioa6r
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
Ai Jnnunry tut,, ISMIf nrtnly $17,
ooo.otio. Polices Istued on the mott favorable terms, and
abtolurely Non-Forfeitable after Two
EXAMrLK Ur HO-f-rURrBlTUHK rLAN i
Insured sue 33 years 90 Years KuJuwmeiit I'lsn foe
.Irntifrll frerrilillii J?iV.Jr.
s. , tTsh-Surr. VTs I'll yji In;
At tit. nj of the d Year. $ .AjoV $ll $45
sptf . ji " Ui-r ao
4th 43.s 1.130
5th " .ji.ts 1,415
6tn t,o.g 00 1.005
jth " i.tjj.is 1.970
8th i,4So.7S .JS
91I1 ' 1,076.05 a,5Co
tutli ' t,git 6s '.755
nth .t57 90 J.oos
tatll " .45 45 3."o
13th ' .,683 00 3 48
l.lh ' .97-7 3.7o
'5'h 3..6J ,1 j.945
1S1I1 " 3 575-35 4.165
17th 3 3 15 4,3i
18th " 4.4U 50 4.S90
19th 4,613 70 4.000
voth M 5 003.00 5.000
Hie seusnj anU tubseqeol pretnituns are liVely tu
L. redutej by yfcrs-rfjnf annual Mitnemiemi ef mr-
VT Auultcations can b. hajof; aiul fullInfornLVltiu
will b. given b) the Agents,
HARLES DKBWER tt Lo.
17 KlL.V STkr:T, BtrtroN,
AOK.Vr.H Of UAIVAIiAX VAVKIilM.
Ueneral Votnmteilon Agent.
Spesial attention eisen to tlrf uurclrasira of izoods fu
the Hawaiuh trade. Frrwhl at Uwcst rates.
TJ W. SEVERANCH,
tit CALirosMiA Sr., Cal.,(Rujm No...)
IIAHIII.ty COXSVI. .f VO 1U11 SSI DM
24 Post St H, F,
send for Cl-cuLr.
'Ihe Klll, HirsiMtst Cuuhsk Include Slitjle and
Double l-ntry Hock ktcjiii.t', as apied lo all l;i l
mtutt vf tusiness; Curnmerviail .rilhinctlct Hu.lnes
rtnsansliin: Mercartlile lw; llusliiesa COrteti'Vikl
eiicc; lecture on I-, Husiiiess I'tyrtas, tni) the
Silence of Accounts Actual Huslne-s Tract In
Wholesale and Retail MrrthanJUmr. Comn.Ustan.
TuLUiis, Iniporllnt;. Railioadinic, J.xpress lla.iness.
llruhrrase. arwl IttRittucj hfittluh UUtxlirt, liKluUittaC
Keaint pellin(. t.ramiuAr( etc: l)raio) and
Atoiif rn I nituace, conslstlnic r practical (n-troctiou
in MctKh, (dnuin, aiul bpanutt.
brcCMi IlkANCHtva eta Ornauieittal
V ii nun thin.
11. Civil Fn,
HJsber Mailwiiuilct, Nurvevipit, Navlfiailon, Civil n
Sineeriag, A'n l-uit-H-Uad. 'lye-WritUigf, 'lele.
Kor full InfotiUAtion aaldress,
K. I. HKALDJbCO.
tjo-iBi Hah KwAfvciKo, Cal.
WENNER & Co.,
lUfw ra-opetted at iKa eld stand No. 94 Pott Uteei.
itb a mw and carefjUy atUcted stik cd
Gold Chillis sdJ CuArds
SUcve Buttons, Studs, Ac,
Ladi would ta aieU LUi taU aud tsaw-due Mwck J
tWactUtt, llrotacbai, Ltxleli, tturint;, ic t
Ukfa ert tkpeciall) sclacted sm1 tlU
KUKUI AND SHEf-l JEWELRY
alada la endaf .
IW reiMwii.tf bfartili td tsu Uuwrwrsa e sard aa tm
uturtut MM, gUui atl Ivta tMitsaad la im Hl
let taeavviad U 4 trunnar mcimJ la is,
Of every JMJiyi& I wJV. rwilii-Ui ail.a
Um U fU l w i aJ Jul k (. U.
. Ora:. '.