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Volume v, NuMifeft .14.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, J ULY 4. 18S5.
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. itti s Stcaimmp Coroner,)' inatigviraievl
thtit ftevr unite, via Knalnoo, to the svotW
mnowrml Kllanta Vohrana, on the Island of
Uj this route tourists can staft from llono
lulu, Oahu, cm the Steamer Kinaa, which will
lrae at 4 o'clcV. r vt. tath Tntvlay, after
the oiiImI of the tteamett Aljmetra and Mali,
pot from San I'rancisco, vvhkh ate due at
Honolulu the Sth and iiml of each month.
If these day fall on Toevjxy the Kinau
will leave the same afietnoon. Tourists
land on the fallowing Thuivlay, alter an
early bteaVfait, at Keauhou, Hawaii, uhlch It
the nearest accessible landing to the volcano.
At this twin! .next aaddte horses ate provided
and the tide of fourteen miles to the Volcano
Home can be made In from two and a half to
fire hoJii, ai the traveler feels inclined. The
load H good, wast o the waT heing through a
forest of tropical giuwllf and lined with a great
variety ol beautiful fern the distance lieinc
le than one-half that of aay other route.
The entile cost of the trip, on through
ticLett fiom Honolulu and return, t $50.
This inclades eTerjthirig oneean possible'
need on the trip iteamer, horses, hotel accom
modations guide, etc- and it ten eipcnwe
than by any other route. Tourlttt are allowed
twenty-four hours time at the Volcano House
and are returned tirtlonolulu early the- follow
ing Sun, la), maling the entire trip sith com
paiatiie cKcMn'j) Ua)and 14 hour.
Tourists whose lime it limited and who
desire to alto visit the island ol Maui, can talc
the it earner Lehua for Kahului at 4 o'clock
r.tt on ihe Monday afternoon preceding the
departure of the steamer Kinau for the vol
rano, aniving at Kahului early the neat morn
log. They can then hrcalfan while the I rain
go? on to Wailulsu, and on itt return get on
board and visit the Iran-erne sugar plantation
and millt at Spteclelttille, while the train
goes on to Paia.
Those wishing to iit the Valley of lao will
tide to Wailulu and go from there after
dining Kturning to Wailulu the touritti
can remain there until IO:co 1-. M., when they
will be talen acrot to Maalaea Uay and join
the steamer Kinau for Hawaii and the vol
cano. The entiie cott of this tide trip will be
only Slo extra to touritti holding through
ticlett to the volcano.
Another snle trip of interest can be made
alter vititing the volcano, by leaving the
steamer Kinau at Mahulona on Saturday at
7 o'clock A.vt., for Kohala and Niulii, where
lunch can be ubtained, returning in time to
tale the steauiw: which leaves at 4 o'clocl
r.ar. This road winds in ainuous length of 20
miles through an exceedingly fertile and
picturesque portion of the island, passing by
sevenl targe sugar plantations and giving
tourists an ample opportunity to visit the mil!
and plantation of Judge C F. Hart, and
witness the procev of sugar culture and manu
facture. The iKra expense of this sidatcjp,
to tourists holding through ticlcts to tbt vol
caao, is t-oly $a.o, which includes railroad
fare and lunch
TourUtt ihould ptovide themselves with an
old suit of warns outside and under clothing,
thick soled shoes, which will lc mined on the
lava, rubber overcoat and leggint and a
poncho of rubber, or enameled cloth, about
54 x 72 inches, with a slit for the head to pass
through, which will be an effectual protection
In case it rains, and a broad brim hat &sd
gloves to shield from the sun. If, on landieg.
the weather threatens rain, a charge of
clothing can be taken, wrapped r an
eaamelcd, or oil cloth covering, and tied to
the back of the fiddle, but good clothing
shosk! be left tCvUxxird the steamer. Ladies
will feij it desirable to rlJe astride tne hone,
gentleman fashion, which they can easily do,
whether dressed ir- their ordinary costume, or
Jo "bloomer suit."
As it may interest paces who contemplate
visiting the volcano, we wilt add a brief sketch
of the incidents of thit ful trip via the new
Piotnpi!) '. 4:10 o'cloot r, M., the elegant
steamer Kinau )cft her berth at the what! of
Wild el's Steamvhip Company lu Honolulu,
w ith its usual complement of paiscsgers, bound
for the various landings on the islands of
Maui and Hawaii regularly made by this
steamer, and the addition of a merry party of
tourists aid invited Rucslt, wh were to ac
comoany tne IIS3-2. O. Wilder, president of
the steamship company, on this firl regular
tup to ihe volcano over the new route,
The party, leaving Honolulu, conmtcd of
the fallowing named persons Hon- Sam'!
G. Wildet, Mr. Jules Tavcrnier and wife.
Miss M. A. Clarke, Miss J. Krxjwlton, MUs
Tincllcr, Mr. I., J. llioadwood, 1- I'uwell,
H. C. Warreor WrayTavlut, Mr. McQuade,
Capt. J. A. King, Manuel Pen) (2nd tttrwud),
and the writer, with the addition cf Mi. Vr- J.
Lovvrie, who came un board at Maalara U,
Mr. Cameron and wife, at Mahukuna, and
Prof. Keihyg. Capt. K. A. Kraaier, and Mr.
J, F, L Clero), at Hilo. miking so in all
The day was csceptkuallr fiae, even for
these islands oce of those delightfully bright,
sun-shiny days with a soft, balmy bretie
and urn iky that remind one so much of
Italy, The wharf was lined with spectators
rod Irieadt of the passengers waiting 10 say
thtir alohan to friendl tv board and speed Ihe
to half an hour Diamond Head was passed.
and at 5 o'clock'' r. si., the welcome sound of
tht gong anooonced dinner as the steamer
was abreast o Coco Head. Alt the nassen
gvrs aucoablcd In force tolparukc of the good
things of' the table, with a cwuragc which
las did not hold out to the end of ibe trip at
some west sffcvtnl by tca-siclnctt.
At I0SJ7, t M. Laluina was reajhtd, inj.
artel discharging and lecvving sosae passec
grts and freight, the sirauci at 1 1:3 J pro
ceeded 01 her way 10 Maalaea Oay, artivlog
there on Wednesday at 1135 a. it. The stay
b rtt was short, and leaving at I t:o, leached
Makeaa at J!IJ the laulataiot place on Maul
nude oa Ibis route Ltav,.ii Maktrta at jut
tad crossoigovtr the chanajl, 3$ miles la
width, wt arrived at Mahukona on ihe island
of Hawaii at 75 A. VI.
Ttw tught had been chaimin;, nuoy passt
gers t ten icing on deck, until tht wet sma'
bonis, u enjoy the bright moonlight
reflected o'er the tippling vci, and hold social
'atcjcouisc. The dropping ut the anchor
ia Ihe quiet waters at Mabulooa and
lac reotSuulctt ualt of the steaactr caused;
ever; iWm fcUng. iadssposcd to leave tUir
UnU, uiuke cf a good breakfast, aod oWy
law cool trade wiad tat bright sj -f 10
" (mi sssarwiavj.1 At this laadinf art tht atorta
of Mcstrs. Sim'l O. WiUler , Co., stlth tlitlrj
lairrtfrne stock ol trtirlhlng trrJuIrrM for the '
I trade of the lutioumllrg cuuntrr. and several
'other building ailarttett tu the necessities of the
place. TfwKrsrralaiailway.atsrja-t enterprise o(
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.sunn, a uniiiim vi w loin-., ,ii)psriirj;
pasvengtrs and a large amount of freight, to
and from the several phntattoni and resi
dences along lis route.
The'vteamir wa delaine'! here fa unloading
ami receiving frexM until 10:01 A. M., when
she left for Kawaihae, arriving there at 10150,
A short tlnir, snfRnsI for transacting the
steamers business at thit place and at 1 1:47
the started on her course around the north
westerly end of the Island and Jo down the
windward side of the llamakua and Hilo dts
tticts, teaching Laupahoehue at 51IO r. XI ,
where we anchored and had dinner. At 7:1 J
we were again on our way and followed along
the precipitous bluiT, close In shore, until
reaching Hlloat 9:10 r. M.
The shores of this section of the island are
eicredingly picturesque, rising in abrupt bluffs
and precipices, to a height of t.ooo tn t,5no
feet, with frequent water falls pouring over the
summit In silvery streams which relieve the
naked rugedncu of the frowning walls of Ihe
precipices. Thrvogh gulches and ravines that
occasionally intervene and break through
these walls, one can glance upward from the
shore and have a vista of fertile plantations for
which lids region Is famout t here and there,
on the crest of the bluffs overhanging the sea,
arc the residences of the planters, giving an
air of comfort and appearance of life which
of these vcenrs.
Hilo presented a charming view with the
bright moonlight relieving the dark shadows
cast b) the heavy foliage of its tropical trees,
while fiomT!vcry house gleamed lights that ap
peareJ like twinkling stan vet in the dail
background. Il was here tist I'rol. Kellogg,
Capt, H. A. Frarier and Mr. J. F. Le Clercq
joined our party for the volcano all passen
gers, excepting the excursionists, leaving the
steamer at this port.
At 10:57. r. St., weleft Hilo for Keauhou. at
which landing we arrived on Thursday at 4:05
i. at.; the whistle being blown with 10 stops
to indicate the number of excursionists re
ARRIVAL ST KEAUHOU.
As soon as the steamer anchored an tally
uicaMast was served and we were comejed in
boats to the shore, where a cnmparativetv
good landing has been made. Here we found
a large assemblage of natives of both xr.es,
young and old, who had come long distances
from their homes in the interior to witness our
arrival and departcr? for the volcano.
Mr. Wilder had provided some thirty saddle
horses, most cS them being fitted out with new
saddles and biiU'.es, so each member of the party
could make their own selection of the horse
preferred. As fast as the riders were mounted
they started off, the first delatchment followirg
thf manager of the Volcano House, Mr. J 11.
Maby, who first reached the house in two
hours and thirty minutes. Mr. Ijowriecame
nextintwu hours and forty seven minutes,
followed by a party of four youngroen, eight
minutes thereafter. Then came Capt. King,
and the representative of the Bulletin,, vsho
made the journey in three hours and ?-rcnt)
minutes. The Captain took the prize, as he
was allowed extra time in consideration of the
fact that he had not been in the saddle for
nearly twenty jears.
The remainder of the cavalcade, including
the five ladies, were accompanied by Mr.
Wilder, who enlivened the wayb) narrating
many interesting facts and bits of history relv
live o the volcano and route of travel, while
Manuel, the (instant steward of the vessel,
brought up the rear, having the ladies packs
in charge, and winning their regard by his
polite attentic n and assistance.
The firl four miles of the ride from Ihe
landing 10 the Pali was on a trail over the lava
rocas loown in the native language as aa and
paiVdoe. This trail is easily followed, even
without a guide.and by a gradual ascent reaches
the top of the bluff where vegetation is luxuri
ant. Thence onward the route is one of easy
travel, stith a gradual rise to the Volcano
Hoase. The road winds through a forest of
the ohia aod other tropical trees, some of
which were in full bloom, white either side
was lined with a great variety of beautiful ferns,
many of very large sire and several of rare
species. Wrld strawberries are also found in
great abundance on the roadside.
Mr. Wilder has now cmplo)ed a gang of
Chinamen in w idening and grading the road
so as to admit of trav cling the ten miUs from
the Tali to the Volcano House in 3 convey
ance, leaving only four miles of Ne back
riding. These improvements will take effect
on tht first day of January neat.
AT TIIK VOLCANO HOUSE.
riy toito a.m. all Ihe paity'had reached the
Volcano House, ami a second breakfast was
served to Ihe laggards who had pow been
too five hours in transit, some of the ladies
hating hailed on the way to pick ferni and
rlawert. Those who had arnvad at an earlier
hout had already refreshed tint lisoer man and
were w aiting on the veranda to greet Ihe tardy
The Volcano House is dclighlully situated
on an elevation overlooking the crater, a short
distance back from the edge of the precipice.
The building Is very comfortable though rude
in structure, and consists of a general silting
room, having a large tpa, fire place, in
which a cheering fire wis" blaiing on our
arrival, to dry such garments as had been
dampened by a slijht rain or mill encountered
00 our way up. To tht lefi are Ihe sitting
loom, kitchen, a pantry and three led rooms,
and to Ihe right are sis more bed rorns with
a hallway between. Mr. Wilder intends ad-
diog a ne dining hall and other rooms and
improving the entire building and grounds so
as to make a first-class hotel. When complete
il will be one of tht most delightful places of
lcort to be found enywhere and doubtless
will attract many visitors In search of health or
pleasure, as the sulphur springs in the Imme
diate vicinity art celebrated for their remedi
able qualities and Ihe surrounding country
affjrJi many objects of Interest lu the tourist
aside from the volcano.
The manager of Ihe hotel. Mi, John Hrsry
Maby, having only recently assumed charge
00 June sxh, was not at fully prepared to en
teitaiiv guests as be will be in fulute, but
ever) one was made comfortable ami cojoscd
their entertainment. Mr. Maby will suua be
owed by bis wife, who will sjitt iptcial atten
tion to the comfort of ladies sojourning at the
Daring tht inltrval between tbt arrival of
the tourists tod dinner totral lefnahcd then-
sclicswuha ccisfvttablc nap. and t thief
w ww MtewiMcvi to para&t or a goon
entries)! to visiting lbs, vukssao.
Alwut futii o'clock the tj cnintncnctil
Ilit tlttctnl of Ihe winding path wMch It-ails
into the crater and following the guide across
three milts of lava flow reached Ihe new lake
In about an hour from the time of stalling,
Il Is impossible in ihe brief space to which
Ihts iketch U limited to attempt A minule de
scription of this greatest wondet in the world,
even were it possible to find language lo ex
press the sensation experienced on first behold
ing this lake of fire. Tourists who contemplate
visiting this v nlcano will doubtless hav e read the
many accounts which, from time to time, have
been written on this subject and which can be
found in almost any public librar). No one
description can properly convey to Ihe mind a
correct pirtute of this wondcrfjl creation aa
the scenes ate cer changing
The writer's Impressions of the cralef will be
given next week.
tup. nr.TUR.s TRir.
Friday morn dawned upon us with a bright,
beautiful !') , flecked with fleecy clouds, while
a balmy biecte gave promise of another enjoy.
able day. Notwithstanding the lateness of
Ihe hour at wAlch the tarty had retired all
were up in season to partnke of a substantial
breakfast, after which preparations were made
for our departure. At 10:15 A-M- a" "c,c
mounted and taking a farewell glance at the
crater and late, with their sulphurous clouds
hanging about them, wc trailed our way over
the path wc came, stopping at intervals to
ret ami allow the " slow coaches" to catch up
with those in advance.
Mr. Wilder accompanied the ladle;, while
Mr. Maby and Manuel followed In their wake,
rendering such assistance at was oeccstarv. At
the brow of Ihe l'ali nil halted to enjoy the
magnificient view in the distance. To the
left and back of us, the snoa-cappeil Mauna
Kea and Mauna I.oa loomed np, rising nearly
14,000 feet and surrounded with heavy clouds.
At our right, extending seaward, were fertile
sugar plantations at Naalehu, Hilca, and Hon
uapu while at our feet the grand old ocean,
with its heavj breaker, came rolling and
tumbling, dashing in its fury over the rocks a
silvery spray, which, reflected in the sunlight,
gleamed in all the colors of a rainbow. In the
distance our good steamer Kinau, gaily decked
with flags, came hastening tu meet us, she
having retutned to Hilo, during our trip to the
volcano, for freight, and passengers who de
sired to accompany us on our return trip.
After resting awhile and drinking some ex
cellenl water, which Mr. Wilder.had provided,
we resumed our journey and another hour's
nue oroucnr us 10 tne snore, it was now
nearly 3 p.m. and we were all gtad to leave
the saddle and take to the boats which soon
brought us to the steamer and at 3145 we
started on our homeward route.
On descending to the cabin we found a nice
lunch prepared for us to which we did ample
justice, the-ride havinciven a sharp edge to
our appetite, and then, those who felt weary,
retired to their staterooms and enjoveda re
freshing steep until it was time to get ready
About sunset we rounded Kalae, er South
Point, and here was plainly visible tSe line, of
demarcation between toe rour waters of the
windwaid slue and Sncstill waters of the tee
side. In a moment tits steamer ceased roiling
and glided into the smooth water an agree
able change to many on board An excellent
dinner was now- served and among the pas-
scngerswho boarded the vessel at Hilo we
noticed Bishop Alfred Willis, Kev.C.M.Hjdc,
Mr. Jos. O. Carter and D. D. Baldwin, In
spector Cecerat of Schools.
At! A.N.on Saturday we reached Kawaihae
and left st 3:10 arriving at Mahulona at 4:05
A. 11. Here we brealfasted at 6:10 and then
all the excmsionits, excepting four, went on
shore for toe trip by rail to Niulii.
EXCURSION TO MULtt.
rt 7:31 A.M. the passengers were seated in
the cars provided for the occasion and soo.i
were speeding on their way. The road winds
along a high blulTon the ocean shore, ia a
scries of short curves and over trestle bridges
ihat imprest one, at first, with a feeling of in-
security. The greatest curve has a radius of
76 feet, which is the shortest turn made in
any railroad in the world, with one sxeeption.
You pass over 25 of these curves, 'and 17 bridges
in nialing the trip, riding over 30 miles to
reach Niulii, which is only iS miles from Ma
hukona In a direct line.
The route ii exceedingly picturesque. Those
seated in tfce rear car can sea the locomotive
and forward part of the train nearly all the
way, as the Hack winds in and out, through
deep cats and over gulches and ravines.
Glancing downward you see at the bottom of
some of these gulches the papaia, lauhala,
mango, breadfruit, cocuanut, orange, banana,
and rig trees bearing fruit, while along the
road for unler, morning glories and other
rliiw crs are grow ing in profusion amid the grass.
The first few miles of the load sou pass
through a grazing country dotted over with
horses, cattle, sheep, ic, and have a view of
Ihe fishing station at Haena and Honuapu, on
the shore, in the distance. After passing
Honoapu vou come in sight of the ruins of the
great Heiau (Temple) ol 1W, built by Ka
mehamsha I. Ere long the sugar cane fields
are leached and appear in fine condition as
there has been an abundance of rain in this
(KohaU) district during tht past season.
The stations on the road are llonoipu,
Haul, Union Ml, Star Mill, Kohaitrcod
Halawa, the terminus of tht road being at
Niulii, where we arrived at 932 a. m. hating
made the Hip in two hours. Here the tourists
left the cars and wandered at will : some visit
ing Judge C. K. Hatt and his amiable wife,
wbeie they were hospitably entertained, others
inspecting the sugar mill and watching the
process of manufacture which was politely c-
plained by the emplojcv., and the remainder of
the pany, mostly ladies, supplied themselves
wnn a stock 01 sugar cane aul rambled to a
grove of lauhala tires, where tiry sucked
sugar cane to their brans content.
At noon Ihe party galherol in the restaurant,
where a bountiful lunch of Li oiled chicken.
salads, vegetables, jellies, pies, etc, liad
been provided, to which ample jus
lice sa done by all. Al I o'clock we look
Ihe train. Many natives were assembled at
tht station 10 witness our departure and to say
llihiiti thtir relatives an4 friends who were
leaving. Their usual rahibition of grief at
parting had full rent until the trsiii had
slaitcd, when thtir sorrow was soon turned
into laughter, aa characteristic vsitit the race,
At one of tbt stations an amusing incident
occurred. Stftral passengers, with iheir
fiicnds, were Sfaitiuc the arrival of Ibe train,
and amocg them was a Portuguese family with
several chitdrm. In the excitement of baud
lag tht train and looking after ibt baggage,
the ovjthcr forgot ber yumgtst child, ap
ptKBtlr about two rears old, which' was Ml.
os tht phuferssv. It wu not until thst train
had suited lhal the mother discovered her
!c.t, when there wat a loud outcry. Ixilh from
her and her Trlends. the train was stopped,
and a brakesman ran back and grablicd the
child so uncemmcntously that, by mistake, Ihe
child's heels went up and head down, and in
lliis minner, squalling and kicking, it was safely
delivered to Its mother, amid shouts of
laughter from the hi .slanders and passengers
who witnessed this novel method of handling
At J:50 r.vi, the party were all safely on
board the steamer, and bidding farewell lu
Mahukona and Hawaii, we were speedily
taken across the channel to Makeni, Maui,
arriving there at 7:10 CM,, where we made a
short stay, and then, proceeding on our route,
touched at Maalaea Hay and Lahaina. tinting
the evening, which was almost at bright as
day, being full moon, the tourists gathered In
groups on the deck to say their good-lives to
those whom they expect to never meet again.
Several of Ihe party accepted the polite In
vitation of Chief- I'.iiginecr l' W. Tucker, to
visit the engine room and inspect the
machinery end electric battery which supplies
every part of the tteainer with a brllliint
light, liver) thing was In perfect order, free
from any unpleasant smell of oils o often met
with in the engine room of steamers, nnd as
blight as machinery Is susceptible of Ixlng
made. Mr. Tucker Is justly proud of his
We were also the recipients of polite alien'
tion from the purser, Gctige C, llecllcy, so
long and favurably Inown on this route for the
kind .and clficient manner in which he ills
charges the duties devolving upon him.
As for Capt, J, A. King, who U such r
general favorite, it Is sufficient to say he is n
worthy commander of a nnhlc vessel and all
feel svfe when entrusted to his care.
The steamir rrached Honolulu at 6o:lock
on Sunday murning, and the last watds we
heard from the tourists were, " We have hail
a glorious time." I.. T. V,
lllln llannlliiff .Srltool.
Rev. C. M, Hyde wrilcs to the Garelte,
apropos the above excellent School, as follows t
"Il will be forty-nine vcars next October
since Uev, U. 11. I.vman began at Hilo a
boarding-school for Hawaiian boys. His
nearly thirty-eight )cais of faithful lervice
ended in 1S74, and succumbing to the infirmi
ties af old age he entered into rest, ten years
later, October 4, 1SS4, Uev. W. H. Olcson, a
graduate of Obcrlin Theological Seminary,
came to the islands in August, 1S7S, to take
charge of the school. Under his efficient
management, the school soon recovered its
former popularity, and the number of scholars
has doubled, increasing from 39 to 79. It has
alavs been the aim in this school to develop
a strong, upright, godly character on the basis
of a sound and thorough drill In the rudiments
of knowledge. The graduates of this school
have been conspicuous for their sterling worth
of character, and the positions of usefulness
and honor they have held in Ihe various com
munities in which they hare lived.
"The school has been from the start a
manurd-labor school, the. boys raising their own
food, and earning enuogh else by their labor
to supply themselves with the various comforts
and cons enicnecs of school life. The Ameri
can Board of Missions has contributed gener
ously for the erection of buildings and the
salaries of the teachers and pay, now most of
Mr. Oleson's salary. The legislature made a
special grant, four veari ago, of $5,000, which
va economically spent in the erection of new
csildings, and the improvement of the old
premises. The appropriation of $5,000, made
at the last session, hat not been paid, but
ought to hate been long ago put at the dis
posal of the trustees. It is certain that that
amount of money could nowhere else be so
well applied as at the Hilo Boarding School in
furnishing the additional appliances now im
perativel) needed for the advancement of the
educational interests of the Hawaiian people.
It is only within three scars that any money
has been asled of the scholars for the expenses
of the Hilo School. The charge now made is
only ten dollars a year, fur boys over fourteen
scats old ; and twenty-five dollars for the
"The forty acres of land, set apart from the
old Mission Grant, for the use of the school,
are Ike chief reliance for its support. The boys
cultivate upland taro (of the Wehiwa vancl)),
sweet putatoes and bananas. On this strictly
vegetable diet they thrive, and cases of sick
ness arc very rare. Water is brought upon the
premises from the Wailukn River, taken from
it four miles above Ihe site of the school.
There is a commodious bath house 10 x 10
feet, and 5Jj feet deep, all cemented by thi
boys own work. They have a cook house il
which c taro is cooked and pounded. Two
stewanK older boys, have charge of the eating
house. The Ikivs sleep in the rooms oser the
school-rooms, three to seven in one room, In
"It is only by a thorough organisation, by-
fixed hours for work, by careful supervision ol
all details, thai such a school can be sustained.
Bat to completely has Mr, Olcson systcmatited
all the arrangement iiiliat the institution is a
model in the way ol self-government as wail as
support. The. influence of the school is to de
sclop this most important element of true man'
liness, and the-whclc lone and temper of the
institution is most admirable. Punishment is
very rarely needed, mostly in the way of citra
work, which shall be for the good of Ihe
school, as well as for Ihe development of new
capabilities in tht scholar, A healthy, re
ligious life and sentiment are regarded as fun
damental to all true worth of character. -sponsibitity
to God for right use of oppoffiti
lies and privileges is incalculalcd, as much as
trust In Ihe Gospel offers off mercy 1st Ihe peni
tent and believing.
"Ihe examinations came oil' on Monday and
Tuesday, at the school lull, and the annual
exhibition at llaili Church, Wednesday even
ing, June 34th. The scholar, showed that they
had profited by ihe drill of the class loom in
Ihcir evident mastery of the principles of ihe
various branches in which they were taamlned.
Mist Mary ilillcbrand't class, thai had been
only five weeks studying notation, 'showed
great quickness and accuracy. She hat taught
notation of Decimal Fraction, in connection
with whole numbers, t? this class. Miss
Clark's class in History, tml Mr. Hitchcock's
i iu iu,uii acicutc, ic.iicu ir ,tn manu
script lessons, written by the scholars from dic
tation exercises, prepared by Mi, Olcson
specially for his school, secunnir iiri mo.
dentation of facts as well as simplicity of
language, qualities not to be found in anv or-
dioary text book. Mr. Oleson's method of
learning tnt bnglitti language Is also unniuc,
avoiding all tht technicalities of the ordinary
fcngtish Grammar. Some of Hit teachers of
romnment schools, who are wrestling with
tht difficulties of tearhifl HiwiiLsn, In ',"j.
Uah, would ss lettable miittnct. boa some ui
efar i'llai.Mt'a sLI TtV - 1 h ..
Ml. Ulesvi I tutthrxd. The ImxuJ at l,u-
lion trouKl ,lo well to hart a ttachtn' ItjKl
Lit, to tsu f lor rautiul siady and 'ctssslir
toot this ont wbjtct aa laspuftaat fat tU
IV..HIU tnin.imnt of niertatti mmiem.
,. .-v.. - ' 1
rR. S. KRNEST CRAUDOCK,
M k, C S. Kko., t. K C I' sin I. t!likt&Qf'
Lslt fkMur ami Pitrnnan of "
.Jt'MIJI.'Kl" .t.VJ) MKIHflXK,
King's Colltrc, linden,
Urrici XNli Hir4inrN.K.Nd. na Kutt tlrrtl. Lulv
occupied by Dr. CarprMer,
Orrio llouasata iio'cUkI a. m.
tjl-afa Irt i ami y Its I r, M
.Irfnf-H't omf t'iu,i,ir (If I nlr.
Nu, I KsaiiUMANt! Srr .IIo-hiluU'
-xBO. L, ItADCOCK,
7rrhrr of the VUutfurtet
AtlJrrts, cute Messrs. Wrvl, tlow A: Co.,
No. 101 four St., Honoluli,
KrsinRNCK Ko, it Kmma street. sje-tBS
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
itrtttttt rn,4 oh fort Strrrl,
IfN'.U'LU II. I.
t!ffU In l!iewet' IIUxL, turner Hotel and Purl
Slreeit, entrance 91 Hotel Slretl, aio-6l
Atturttey unit Vnuiiarllur nt f,ne,
.lltif .Ifenl ft, Ittkf .trklintclrttiemrHt,
No- X Kaaiiukiasu brmtKr . ... Honolulu
NO. A. HASSINGBR,
to titkr ArknntHrilymrnti to C'm-
tract for I At bo r
Interior Ofticr ,...... . ...Hosolulv
JOHN Max PATY,
Anffir luhUc ! Vonmtion of tpN,
For the Sutci of CUtvwnU nmt New York. Office
t the lUnV. of lltthop & Co.
I.ONOICLl. OmU'. IL I. ftO"6t
P. CRAY, M. D.,
VHYSICIAS AXI MVltGKOX,
Office, next iloor to t.i Honolulu library
Q 10 IO A. M.
Ornct Hour. ttu r, m.
j tn 5 r. m.
Sumli) t 9 to 1 1 a. m.
KLSIDKNXPa.cur. Klruu anj iVncoUSti.
O D. DOLE,
CouHmrtttr ut t,atr ami Auc.iry I'tibtle,
N i$ Kaahumanu Strkkt ,,..,. Honululu
MITH A THURSTON,
J W. O. buiTii,
( 1- A.
Attorney nt Imw,
No. 38 Mkkchant STRRirr,....
lltr R. CASTLE,
Attorney at l.atr and Xatary Vuhtte
No. ig. Merchant Strrkt... .....Honoluiu
Attendi all the Court of the KxiraJotn. jio-6i
1LLIAM O. SMITH A Co.,
j L. A.1hvkwTon,
I HtocK and Heat Katate Jtrokrr;
NO. 3S MltRCHANT STRCUT ...a HONOLULU
(EiUMuktJ in if;?.)
biXitr I'lamAtUin, Ra.lroasi, Telephone Ami other Cor
pant ton atockt, uonas and iimiiar aecuruie
llOLCHr A.NU SOLII ON COMMIStUK.
Honey Loaned on Stock Secumiev.
A U SMITH,
imMirtrr ami Healer ht t1latraret
MerMen Mirer-Plated Hare,
No. 8l KOKT STRfifT'. HONOLLLI
K.inir'i Combination Spectacle, aod K. eeUev
LuwlnU Wlr Ware, Fancy Sap-, Ticiure frrames
Wosjenholra'a Pocket Cutlery, IL L Chite'a l.land
nexi-s. ClavrL't Sooot Cotton. MaiHinc OiL all
kindl of Machine Needles. "Domestic Paper Fashlonv
bole agent ol tne universally ackJiowieijgeu L..11..I1
Kunung fXjc.etic Sewing Machine.
CLEGHORN A Co.
importer and Heater tu tteneral Mer
Corner Qaceo and KW.iunan? Street , lloru1ultu
Wutfhmaker unit tf.H-.lar,
Wtstok rcttavlrlasx mad. as SptsolavUtj,
All orjers from the othei Mamts promptly artended Ix
No. ss, lloi.Srrt. ...ItasaLULU, II. I.
A VV. PE1RCB Co.
rasa 1. f.
No, itQutixSr Honolulu.
Asents loe Urxivl's Guns and Homb lucct and l'er.
ry Haw lata Killer.
A LLKN k ROBINSON,
ef..r I m tumhtir an4 mil Iriitfl. . Untitl
ing MalerM; I'.ilHla, Ole, .Vailta, rlc,
No. ,. Qitci Sruitr Huim-vlv. II. I.
AOKNrS Or SCHUONSN
HaatakaU, Kulamanu, Kckaulaobl, Mary Ellen,
UUaota, Pauahl and LeahL
Al KoUnipn't Wharf. irt6t
ISIIOP a CO., Buvlt.ra
vHOHOLLUVt tlA. allAN ItLAWUt.
r, S'v wl i
I UK UH
or cAiarokNiA, v v
i V """"HaS-tf
NEW V0RK, TS'
aleexn. N M. KOI HSCItlLU k SONS,
Tb. COalalCKCIAL UANKIfTC CO.,
OK SYDNEY, LONDON,
TtxCOMUEKCIAL HANKING CO,,
CK SYDNKV, SVDNI.T.
T1.e HANKS Or NEW 2EALANUI
Trli.' HANKS or BK1VISII COLUMUIA,
VICTOKIA.B.C AND PORrUsND.OK.
Tnutidtl a Count ttankin Buiiiutu
li.Mm.1 aferrMMlUeaiaal t'.em(a.iei .Igrmlt
Qt'ta. SraaaT, llooi.iiv.
OrScee--P, C Jiks. Jr., irfeaXlsos ue4 nanaejaej
loses ( Cuter, Irusarar aisl eacrctalt-.' LHnescirsI
lloDA. CkaeSa. U, lain, ml l; A. f. Carler : W. F.
tllca Ltf. " ' ...
(roaitwsr,.iri ouj iu.)
ReF s9sVBW0tVv eieaVP ajVeaWsJtRV VWfW
ill, Klw Srtexsjr ,Uum Uasuon Mass.
'Faately, haastala., tAl Ship sawn, iwtajiri at sat
ft If iitsr ffakkis W tsta-V
- C COLBMAN,
rianiatUM Mtchfnery, elc. Shop on Ktnn Sireei
nest lo C1e $ Coule s, iitr-tCi
tMr-ORTRR ANl I)At-t-R N
f'tirHiftir of Krrru lte$erhtthm
tjhotterer ami Jlttnufttcturer
Kuriiilur Vftrtrouint So. ill fort Sir et. Works
hen Rt uIJ tUrnl on Hotel Mrt. All ordtr iromntlv
Afternic.) to, S33
rASTLB A COOKH,
Mhtphttt diiif VomnttsMlat Merctn$nt,
No. Bo Kino Stmut ..Hunoluli
IMr-flKTBM AND t) at A I mi IN
A Kenti for
The H.U.icotlt A CompAiiy. rUiilMitm. .'.$&
Thf Alexander ft lUKUirt rUiUtiuti.
R. ilAUrent!, or WaIaIua PlantAtion.
A. II. Smith A Company. Koto.!. Kauai,
J. M AleTAfhlrr. tUtku, MauI
Th IIniIu Sugar CornMny.
Ihe KoIiaU Sugar tomnan,
The Union Itmirancs? LomiA.)'n( .Sn Frai.ic.cu,
The New HnUm. Life iimirnc Company of lt'tm
the IlUke .MAnufAclurinaT ConivAi.v of Houot.
D. M. WwtQTi't Pirnt CentrtfuRAt MnehlnM,
Ihe New York Anil Honolutu l'rckrt Mne.
Ihe MerchAnt't Lin. Honolulu Ami S.tn frai.clcvr;
Hr. Ja) net Son' (.elehratett Mfthclnev
W'ttcov fc (.lUt't fcif.ijT Mtnufatturinjt Coninny,
Whetter ft 'ivin' 5ciri MAclunrw, tto-t6.
P P, ADAMS,
fitictlnnrrr titifl Commlttalon Merchant
No, Qur m .SrRMT,. . .. . Honoiilu
CD. HOPFSCHLAEGBR A Co.
importer unil Commlaalon Merchant,
.V- 48 QUEK STI(iXrXT....llONOLULC OaHI', II I
CD C. ROWb,
ltou ami St(n fainter,
IAKR II ANGKH. etc..
No. 107 King Stkkkt. ...,.,... .HoNot-utu
1 O HALL A SON (Limited)
IMrORTRRS ANl DKALKRS IN
Hard tat re and tlmernl Jterrhandlet
Cukmrk or King and roHT Strkkts, HoNOLULlT
William W. Hatl President and Manager
..C.Able.t ............. .Secretary and Treasurer
W. F. Allen Auditor
Direaort Thooiaft Mv, K. O. White o-?56
3 A. SCHAKFER A Co.
Importer and Commlaaton Merchant,
No. ao Mkrciiant Strrbt..,. .... Honolulu
P H. OEDING.
Kjeprea and Jtraymaru
Office. No. 81 Kins Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. 1.
Freight, Package, tnd KaggAj;e delivered to and from
ail parti 01 Honolulu and vicinity. t.Areiul at
' temlon paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS LXFKhSSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Oi'Vice Telephone. So. 36.
Houw 1 elephonc. No. qn. i6-a8;
Jloo and Shormaher,
Uoots and Shoes inadxl to Order.
No. 103 Fort Strrkt.
U. W. MACrAtTLANK, H. H. MACFARLAMt.
Q W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Imsrartara, sOommlulon MstrohavnU
and Sugar Factor.
I'ue-proof Building ... Queen street, Honolulu.
luutoA Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J, roller at Co'sbleam flow and Portable Trmai
Mlrrless, Wauon a; Co's Suar Machinery, GUow
filansow and llonolutu Line uf 1'ackets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of 1'ackets,
lajndon and Honolulu Line of .Steamers,
Sun h ire Oflicc of London. 343-494
M H ACKFBLD & Co.
Cox. Fort AhUljurtKN STRRRTa..,
LIOLLISTBK ft Co.
IIAoraiin n,.l lUlnll irUtaa anil Tv
swarroNlaf.. No. J9, Nl'UANU SrtERT ,.,, lloaoLUU'
If OPP CO..
No 74. Kini, Stuxht IIoioij.li,'
HphoUtrrer: Jtrapm anil irr. i all
klmlm of t'urnltur
Tclcptioo. Ka. 14.
liNSwr-rrr. of (It Html MrrrhHnttlom from
fmRfr, KnylitH!, Orrmang mmt
tht I'm (red HtmtM.
No. jt LH'kkn SmaKT.,.. ,...,).., lloNukvri.'
No. jv6 Front Strut., .
, ..San FKARCifcca
IT B. McIHTYRB A BROTHER,
Urterji and Per 4 More,
Cur. Kimj aruForT Str... ,,,,,.. ,,,,,
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
alMM KHglmti, Hotter, Huyitr mill;
Coolor; Inn, Ara.ee and ttmd Vnotinum.
Honolulu.. ., , ,11.1
MachUery of every description made so order.
PaitKUlar alteullon uiU to bhip's Dlalsisiithinj.
job orl viecuted en lb. shumsi n.sW.. 310-361
I NO. O. FOWLER Co.,
Ar rrrpmrra' I. fHrnttk Hon nnd Hit
mate for Mttrl
With or wlihuU Cars anJ Locomotive, tpvA.Ury
ADAPfED VOK nt'OAk I'LAVIAIIONS.
at Railways, aad Locoeaotives susd cars. I rc
Isu. tvuKvoas aad Kod Louanorives, braaas
rtusxblae; al Csirrlvaluif SI actiusery. Port'
able aalnee-sta- ail smstpoms
Lmtlnes or inUtAwe.
CaiaLuuca veisls IliaiatrallMaA. aludl. ajkl Ha
araplss 04 IS. above PUala aakl Macbiaery eaay be seen
At ltrituMf it uadenianeaL VY. U liMKICM aad
a VY. MACrAKlJtMli . CO., Asjem. o. Fosr.
I W. GIRVIN,
Caiei'a, Mertkamt aavej Demerol IswayVr
fa IsVai Una,
vs.it.ati, Mavi... ,,t, .,., vtlrt
CesKtwiea, Hanltvare. SiatlstattTf. PrMeatl Medil.es,
tasasssfar; ta4 Ceasvsssstfe tl
f OHN T, WATBHIIOUSH,
Tin port r nntl Ittntrr ht ttenrr l .Wfr
N'O. 13 Jl iLKHN .iTKIvBr HnHUULl
I M, OAT, JR., A CO,
Strtttottrt it tut .Vrr ttrtttrt .
frit Ituhhrr .(frtrti Atffncy
OitrtK IliH-K .. .No. tj Mi-ttcHANt Stuart
ojt$ ItilNtiLvLtf, t(. I.
Tin, fV'i'j.cr wnl ttttrrt Iron M nrUrrt
Storr finif Hit n ft a.
of All kliuli, Tin in Ire n tttxk aihI metal, hoti furnl.h'
Ing Koodt, chAnuVliert, Ump, etc.
Nu. 8 Kaahumanu Starki Hunolilu
T AtNB A Co,
Importfrt Anil ileAler Tn HAy, Grain anJ OenrrAl
Honolulu .... ...., ....,.,, ....s..H. I.
1 1 -, utmtr;
T KWHRS A COOKU,
(SbtCRtwR ip Lkwrrsi: Ii:kmin,)
ttnHrtrr titut lettrr in Lumber inl nil
hi nu of MiHtitttnff .Tfirrriiit.
No. ii Kort sSrRiitr .. .. . - ..,HuNouti.it
Healer In Hrit-tlooda, Itlee, Tea, tilth and
taneu Hood, Hat, Hoot nnd
Hfiacn, itran. Feed and r'tour,
Vlaar and Tobacco.
AIm proprietor of Rice And Sugar PlAntAtlon At
CAneohe, KooUu, Waipio, I'.wa, and HecU
Cor. Nt'iiANU ano Chaimin St.,
and Cimmlatnn Merchant,
ASD QUKFt SrikfctTT, HONOLVU.
Sole of Furniture. Stock. RcaI Kttale and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole Agent fur
American and European merchAiidi-e. J J. I.Von.
1 1, 1. VON.
AAT PHILLIPS A Co.
importer and Whotente Mfrater in Vtoth
In j, tUtnta, Shoe, Hat, Mrn' fiir-
niahlna ttooda, fancy Hood, iCtc.
No. 10 Kaaihmani Strrkt .., , Honoli'll'
Tyr W, McCHESNEY A SON,
leather, tilde, Tat loir and Vommlton
Agents for the Ro)aI Soap Company.
41 QL'KKN Sirikt. ,...
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
importer and tKhotettc Healer in Hen
MAKhS's lIUKTg. .....QUKCN SfMRKT, HoNOLl'll
S. GRINBAUM A Co.
Fortrardlntt and Cammlnalon Merchant,
No. an California St. San Francisco.
Special facilities for and 1 articular attcution paid to
coaMrnmeni 01 ivianu urouuee. ito-ao
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers anil ttrtilerm lu llttrtluttrr, llitt
Paints and Oils, and General Merthaiidi.
No. 74 ano 76, Fort Strrkt HoottiiL
O J. LEVEY tit CO.,
UhotrBalr anil Itrtittt tlrferf
No. 93 Kort Stri-kt .HohoLiLf
Freth Loceries and provisions ol all Linda on hand anrl
received regularly from Kurope and America which r
Mill be uId at Ihe lowevt market rates. r ,.
Goods delivered to an) part cf the city free of cliarse.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will he
given to Ihe same. eoS sjd '.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN,
vestment Company (limited.) t '
Money loaned for lone or short periods on afprc
security, Apply to W. , GKKEN,
OlTice Heaver lllock. Fori St.
yHEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
(Lats anion, Gkkkn & Co )
importer ami CumntmatoH Mrrrhant.
No. 4 rvAAIIVSIANT ST llONOLLLO
Lloyd's and the Uvcrtioal Underwriters,
llntuh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern A.surance Company. 3,0-361
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
lHTOYTINU AMI) MANLrACTURINO
Stationer, Hook-adter, VrtHter1, Hook"
And publUher of the Hawaiian Ahn.nAc and Annual
FVilcr in Fine btatiunery, ItsxV. Mutic, Tt)t uid
Fort Strkrt. Nrak HoTrt, . . ...Honollm
11 WtAT, H. U. IMIVY,
L. . MACPARLANr.
EST, DOW ft CO.,
Importer and Hratr in all kind of
Mnalcp Fancy and intranet Hood,
Furmture olf all kinds Sewing Mahtne, Mlrrvn.
Painllncs IJitoitio andt lu), i'tcture FrRiuety and
Cornice t order. Moving and rrfutrlnK rurnhurt
No. 103 FofcT StutKr.. . , . ., Honuulu
Heater In iholee Xe'f, ferni, Mutton, Me.
Xtt, 6 fjnax Smair, Fun Makkrt.
Fawily mid sVKf(4njc order ptv-rirlly attended to.
Lit bUKW futniihed lu Vft4i at efrt nutke.
Vegetable osf all kind iu(ipled lu rdti,
TaxaJ-HONi., .,.,.,...,. f,, 1., . , Net. su
DOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
C, BKKWhK sV Ct.,
AieaU far tat Hawaiian Islands,
BRlwssSH FOREION MARINE
arttt CtMBpanjr, (Uasltaa)
IIIKO. II. PAVIKS, ACKSr.
lit. abuve ajevnl has received Inarruclluus lu re.
duce the raTee.of Inauranc. berwean Honolul. and
cvaa at ihe IWw rates, with a special redaction on
I'oeie u, ina lacmc ami M now ufeuaica 10 uiu lull
iici.n, w MeaiBsia. e,ve
QRBMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
'. A, SCIIAHfBR Ct Artml
Also arenis fbe ll
Prtaaen Baxxrst of Uavderwrlurs.
Vstvu. Bssttra af Uatterwrttere.
For lb. Ilawaiaul Isleuda. sicrSl
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCR COM.
r. A, SCHAKFBX C., ACXXTS,
'Its. above lr,S4Hmtv. Company, has eetabtiklrtd .
Oenerai Afeatr Kara. aa4 ibe undusioed. litwerat
Aleuts, in .utboriaesl So lake risks agaiiut Iba osuicers
tbe MAS ea Ibe mo. rtttavaiaUe rale, and 0. the
foots bvorabks Sareva. tlvt
K A. CIlABeSK sV (X, MKXfX.
Tbe .buv. InMsraaM Cisvapeavy last eauUsasvi . Ceu
eral Ax.ury hare, aad Ifas .Iwte elajisttt, Ueamal Agetila.
ara.idWia4taiatwlsrsS3Ate lb. stavxters U iS
aeaa at 1 kit tvaea) eatsonaUe laias, and oa tU rsost ts
Itst'awWiias, rmaxue aad Maaabara
laatrtts lasleat tae sat sjaawass fcwMeai larssa.
HAMBURG.BRBMRN PIRR INSURANCE
F A SlttAKFRR frUtACRS'T$
lh al-ovt firm having Un Appmnled Agent of thti
iMntmnv Are rriijett to tnura t-ULt 3i. rir 1,1.
Stone ivl llrkk biiUdmgi And 011 MerchAitdiM luxe J
I due In, oil tin mot fATorabt m
ppiy Al tneir on.t
N0K1H-0BRMAN PIRU INSURANCR
Company of Ha 111 burg,
. HACKFKr.t) A Ct, AGKSTS,
Cup-! and Reervt . Kets-litmark B,jo,om
their R InturantA CompAnite, Ji.oitt.uuo
'Ihe AcfiHinf the aIk.v ComMiny. fr tie HawAilati ,
UlamU, rt prttwtrrd to Intute .udding lurniiurt,
Merchandlte and Protluce. Alathlfierv. eir.. altii Smiar
And Hkt Millt, and veli In the harlojr, AgatnM Ion
or uamage ir me, r
, nn th most farurAlt term.
NEW BNULAHD MUTUALLIPB INSUR.
net Company of Bon ton,
CASr.A' A COOKH, AGRNTS.
iNtiiRroRATrti 1 It j.
The oldest Purely Mutiml Life Inturwce
Company tn the United State.
I'tdlde iuedon the moat lt rumble Term
Loiet paid through Honolulu Agencr, $400
PIIILADELI'IIIA BOADD OP UNDBR
C. BKlll'KK cV Ct..
Afrnt. forth. Hawaiian Island..
TRANSATLANTIC PIRB INSURANCE
Company of HamburtT.
. IIACKIK.1) cV Ct., Attnlt.
Capital ami Reserve Kctclisnlark 6,iiu,kvx
their Ke.lnsiiranie Companies " ioI,6s(xiims
Tt-tal, . .,.., .Urichrmark 107,030,(0
1 lie iiitnw e 1 1 lie awve lp,pany, ror Ihe Hawaiian
Islands, are preimred to insure lliiiltlinas, Furniture,
Merchandise and 1'roiliice, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rke Mill,, aod veets in Ihe harltir auainu ku.
or damage hy nrn.on the mml favnrAlMe let in.
THE LIVERPOOL, AND LONDON AND
Glob. Inauranc. Companr.
JISOP& C0., AGF..V7.S.
Vnllmlt'it l.tuhtlllu to HtnrhhoUlm,
Asseti $),., 100
R.senre.... , ,,, t,7jo,ea
INLOMR FOR 1870:
Premiums received after deduction of re-
Insurance $ 3.ls,eot
l.espruMiptlv adjusted and patil here.
of San Francisco.
CA.sre.: coomt, aghxts.
Incorporated 1873. aiaaAt
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mail.
. I d Jnnuaril Int., IHH4, Ill-ill lu $17,
000,1100. Polios Issued on Ihe most favorable terms, and
absolutely Non-Forfeltable after Two
RXAMrLU Or NON-rOKfKITURK FLAN t
lniured ate 33 years-ao tears Kndowhient Plan for
e I .
S3.OUU. , ,i
"" ' AHMtnl I'mmlam $!Ht.JIO.
At the eod of the ad Year.
. . 4th "
' . ih "
C lth "
r- Mth 7
r-r ,'h "
L ' 7' "
e ith '
-The sLOnd and kuh.,iiil t.ri,.l,in,. w ItL.lu ,n
be reduced liv iiu.rttlne annual JiMlnhuttam, aA.un
tor Aliplicahons can be had of; and full Information
wilt tie given b) the Agents,
CISYLK &' COOKK.
"CHARLES BREWER Co.
37 Kilmv Strrrt, ISoston,
Attr.STS or HAWAIIAN VACUUM,
Urneral Vomnitlmn Ayeni,
Slxital allenlion illvcn to the tiurcliatlmr of itcaa f
Ihe Hawaiian trade, rreleht at lowest rares.
IT W. SEVERANCE,
tit Calivornia St.,Cal.,(Kcmim Nu. 4)
II A HA I JAN VIIKHVf, VOMMMUIOX
84 Post St, 8. F.
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mentt of tnulnes,; Commercial Arilhtnellcl tiuine.
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Sclenrc of Accounts; Actaai lulnej Practice la
Wholesale and rtelait Merthandisltig, Commission,
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Mi.krn languages, cunslsling of practical Instruction
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Higher Malheinallcs Surveying, Navigaiiun, Civil Ka
tlneerlng. Assaying, Short Hand, 1 ypa. Writing, Tele,
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KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
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