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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 25, 1885.
Whole Number 256.
Volume v, Numhkr 47. " i-curr"
tuM'uttr of i..
CA VITA I,
HUM A Sit
l'lrt I'rtte Orntlon Itftleerett ttt the Inter
lint tnntfit, f'oltlmltnf Dhto, "
t. . Itrrerhlue, "f '" I'mtir
Mint cmfllci, remit from reartions. I he
Trench Uevolutlcm was a renctiun against the
rippraMlon of caste, with Kousseaii to lutvl it.
Skepticism I a reartlun against contvane
ctceJ, an InRersoIl trailing it. Socialism U the
reaction of labor againit capital, Henry
(Storije leading tt.
Such estrcmes can never solve a protilcm.
Upon the imslonteM heights tictween, whence
unprejmliccd reason may sweep the whole fiehl
of thought, is ever found the comprehensive
truth. The Trench Revolution resulted in ihe
rejection of extremes the union of Individual
liberty and social restraint. Ksenluallj wier
"vLytMixtnust reject extreme- ith and
'TSSson (mitt urnf. The " '-.ion of the lalmr
prniiltm must be theSuindonmcnt of extremes
the union of labor and capital.
This conflict is filling the universal mind,
dictating political platforms, anon bursting into
riots and strikes like the complaining murmurs
of a coming storm. Hut cinlit sears since, it
kindled the (lames at I'liitburR, and sent terror
to every city in our land; It Inspired the late
riots In Hocking Valley and South Ilcnd, and,
waxing fiercer and fieicer, running bullets un
seen, mustering forces Invisible, it will, if un
checked, one day rouse us with drum-beat and
Increasing population brings it cich daj
neaier. Already we have 1,000,000 iinem
plovcd men (already a,ooo,ooolaborers secretly
organired ; already fifty newspapers spreading
sedition and excess I and our population is
doubling every twenty-five years.
Great cities cradle this conflict. With a
Chicago, n New Vork, a San Trancisco, a score
of cities like I'aris, what must we expect?
With a hundred equal to Marseilles, what?
When the lortunes of Vanilcrbilts, 111 gotten,
ill-kept, are filling the masses with bitterness,
what? Ah I was Maeaulay dreaming when he
told of our coming Huns and Vandals? Was
Wendell Phillips a madman when he said that
the problem of the rich and poor would jet try
our souls as slaver) never tried them? A
problem, this, to which we must address our
selves, now, ere extremists throw labor and
capital into aimed conflict.
A're-uly these extremists are moving. Al
ready in behalf of toiling poverty, have such
intellects as Kousseau, IjSallc and George,
proclaimed war against our social s) stems.
They represent Ideus, and they must be heard;
for an Idea, glowing with the immortality of
some man's convictions, cannot be silenced
but by convincing argument.
These extremists dcmind the ovcithrow of
our social svstcni. They ask; "'Why this
vice and wretchedness among the wor? Why
have they not equal happiness with the rich?
ltecause society is unjust conditions unequal.
Itecausc one man owns a thousand acies while
his neighbor is famishing." Their remedy is:
"Right the injustice; nuke propert) common,
"as air is common, and sunlight and starlight ;
make conditions iqual, as nature made them
equal. With poverty swept away, the cause
.f theft and murder and misery will be gone."
Hut their argument rests on false premises.
Vice, sloth and attendant wretclicdnessprev.nl,
not because of poverty; iovert) prevails be
cause of them. It is the old, old problem of
human nature and its frailty, and Jiuman
nature they disregard.
Is their remedy just? What gives property
its value? Some nun's toil; some man's
thought. Yonder marsh is worthless; drain it
and it teems with richness. Is it rigtit, when
one man gave it value, for all to enjoy it
equally? Manifestly not. T.quality of condi
tion is neither right nor natural. Great capa
citj deserves more than mean capacity. An
Edison deserves more than his engineer. The
parable, of the talents flashes back the vision of
justice, and upon justice is societ) founded;
and though the rains descend and the floods
come ami the winds blow and beat upon it, it
shall not fall, for it is founiUd upon a rock.
Their remedy is as nnossible as it is unjust.
Could jou make property common, condition
equal ? Who should tin ill upon the shores of
the Hudson? Who amid Arizona's sagebush?
Who should choose? Who decide? Would
there be no favoritism, no fraud, no dissatisf-ic-
lion? Ah, look just bevond this frot-work of
Socialism and there flash the bayonets and the
au orris, tough-ground of anarch) ay, grim
ami blackened warrims stand to their smoking
guns I Cqualily of condition is Impossible
until sunlit mountain and laughing valley are
level plains, climate uniform, and all mm
equals in body and in br.tin. Iiidicd, men are
likemture, here a crag, and yomltr a dell;
there n Jungfr.ui with beetling chfli and crown
of snow ; )onder a generous plain; anon, a ilu
mat swamp where pestilence broods.
Equalite conditions and every motive to
elTjjt diet. No useat ol brow, no sweat of
biciit, never u glorious deed nor work of genius,
if Improved condition docs not nuarrl it.
llettcr the whirlwind of enterprise than the
dreamless sleep of such equality. Voiceless
)et would be the golden harp of hliakopiarc,
silent the song of Mlttun, still the fairy fingers
MLfftfM"""'! untitled with westwaul winds
" Columbus's sails, iimeatedourtcmplesof leitn
ing, and wrapped In the shadows ofa-dream
ilsJreatut this might) civiliiation, but for Ihe
rwglc touch of private cnuiprisc.
No, not emulily of condition, equality of
privilege It the principle of justice I Lqual
Ptiv lieges lo build fortunes, If one can; to lead
utmies, If one can; to bean Humboldt, If one
ran, Ihls piuaiplc it was that gave us IUk-Utj
that handed the luvtani lightnings down to
Lincoln) that stoinud these heights at I-ook-tmt
equality ol piivilcge and the tattered
battle Hags, lorn by the shells at Vorktovvn, at
Niltoh, at (itl)sburg the monuments of those
who fell upon the furrowed fields, vvheic our
. heroes fought for the rights of men, call upon
ut tu preserve that principle forever I
God grant that the day may never dawn,
when socialism attempts to execute Us theory
fur the sun of that day will set red amid llw
nut of cannon, and, upon the mini of our lie
public, some Cirsar may build his throne,
'Is our society, (hen, sufficient to solve this
pioblcm? Vts I In the name of popular educa
tion: In the name of temperance reform in
Ihe name of Him of Nataicth, it it indeed
Hut if society is equal to the question, wh)
the conflict? The solution means ihe rtmov.il
of the cause. What, then, is the cause of the
conflict? Not society's injustice? No I It re
sults because right relations are distorted. ; be
cause demagogues have cut the lords of coufi.
deuce binding labor and capital together.
Mutual distrust is (be moving spirit. Labor
ind capital forget whit each owes Ihe other,
Capital forgets llut labor creates its weillhi
that Ulxx is huicsn vslth sacred lights J forgets
ttut ''tank It but Ihe guinea's stamp, the man's
the gold fur a ihil 1" forget t this anil lists
wages, not where they should lie, but as hi as
lalmr can live upon. Labor forgets Hut capi
tal atone can give it mployment ; and that
capital, like all force, must In msetl to ac
coinphih great ends, that scattered, it would be
powtrhwi as the shorn Samson; fotget! that
lalmr receive 95 per cent, and capital but 5
per rent, ol all the value industry creates, and
that capital Is the directing force which tenders
this industry possible; forgets that the true no
bility of lalmr Is "brave struggling, nut re
pining ;" that every force to-day is lifting labor
up. I.cl Ihe toiler pause and think ! Tor his
kc thrones arc falling and the world is )ield-
me lo the royalty of thought and loll. For his
sake science searches the m)stcry of force and
life, airf'lt the portals of the tomb, almost
3Wfps the mystery of death. Every influence
college or church, statesman's thought or law
of mitter, whatever to-day is a living force, is
shiping in tiiis century thcolden age of the
w-nrkingman ; set, under all, is the hand of
capital guiding, moulding, building. Labor
and capital must remember these things; labor
must remember that capitalists deserve more
th.ii working men for the foresight and re
sponsibility that create e'-terpffWl capital must
give labor the wages of justice, wages that rise
and fall when profits rise and fall ; confidence
must be restored, .'.nil this problem will vanish
like frost in a flood of sunshine I
llut confidence Is impossible, while three
classes remain the ignorant, the criminal, and
the poor ; and if the school cannot overcome
the ignorant ; the church, the criminal ; and
both, united to temperance, the indigent then
alas for the future of society !
Thus universal education becomes a social
necessity. Ignorant lalwr cannot reason justly.
It is the read) victim of every plausible fallac).
To ignorant labor, capital seems the tjrant
whose burdens It has liorne through storm and
blast with rags and hunger as its only recom
pense. Well may capital tiemblc when polit
ical power is in the hands of ignorant poverty.
Von cannot remove the power ; )ou must de-
stro) 'he class ; )0U must enlighten labor. En
lightened labor can think rightly. It knows
that capital is the motor of the age. It U ever
changing places with capital the incompetent
heir with the able employee. Enlighten labor,
and our ignorant class fades away like the
memory of a troubled dream.
llut vvhtnee the criminal and indigent ?
The victims of capital? Not so I Question
statistics, and from the darkest page comes the
answer; Our jsooi spend $1,000,000,000 every
)car for intoxicants, talior, worth $l,ooo,
000,000 more, is jc.arly incapacitated by in
toxicants. Three-fifths of all poverty, nine
tenths of all crime, come from intoxicants.
Here is the efficient cause of povcrt), vice and
distrust. This is more than sentiment it is
danger 1 The $2,000,000,000 jcarly taken
f.ont labor must be saved an economy which
almost alone will eliminate the criminal and
lint of itself it cannot solve this problem.
The great netd of uur business civilization is
conscience. It alone can establish absolute
confidence between labor and capital. Cap'lal
without conscience means tyranny; labor with
out conscience, anarch). Out from the shades
of Gelhstniane, out from tlie riven tomb, I le of
the thotn-crowncd head is walking down the
troubled ages, lifting from bruised and stagger,
ing man the burden of his woes speaking con'
science to every soul, and here where Chris
tianity is the basis of society, here where
childhood's firsr INpiugs learn at mother's knee
and from mother's lips the story of that Inefa
blc One', wekriow that conscience may be a
universal fact. Hack of Christian futth lies
conscience; back of conscience, confidence.
1 he church must come to the rescue of our
conscience, shipwrecked as it well-nigh is In the
tempest of this Century's struggle for gain.
Capital must be hunnnized; labor must be
Christianized. Christian labor is the sublimesl
force in history. It awoke to the motring cr)
ol Paul Revere and rallied onthcgrceiiat Lex
ington ; out from the ) earning arms of home,
it marcheJ into the flame of battle, and sent
God's thunderbolts smoking against our nation
al sin lunched forth, not for itsell, but for
the slave; and tu Christian labor uur hope must
be anchored in this conflict of to day. Hut
faithless lalmr I let that procession which )es
Icrday marched through Chicago declaring rob
bery just ; let the barricades of Paris let these
shuw the fury of labor without conscience,
without God. Then let -the sor.g of llethel
hem's morning stars peal on, peal on, tilt its
melody (ouches ever) troubled spirit ; touches
them In Ihe vaults of greed, In the homes of
the lowly, in the camps of sin touches and
soothes and w ins. Let the bugles of conscience
sound the truce ol God tkioili the whole
world forever 1
When the battlers lo mutual trust have been
leveled and they will be when we have a
sober, an intelligent and a Christian psopl
and w e shall has e them the sounds of this con
flict will die away as the distant thunders of a
stormy night recede and die before the breaking
of a summer's dawn. With confidence estab
lished, right relations will result, lalmr and
capital will join hands, and this problem clll
7A. Jullf Mitytiilnrt.
'Pie Cculuiy Magailne piicns hIiIi a por
trait of the wct 1 'ruler Ic Mistral, w hich accom.
panics a trajable tssaj on the otk ami
Dauilct, The fiul illuslrateil article Is en
tillcil CJeoiRe Kliot's County, liy Uuse G.
Kintsley, illustratcil l) Messrs. 1'aiwus ami
Matlin. T. A. Jainirr coiUiiliute-s .H-.Uit.ou's
Meilium, Illuslrateil bj Keinlile, 1le i0
most liitciestlnj; articles for general rciujers are
UxU Ufc In Ihe Colonies, liy lMwaid Hixlc'
ston, illuittatnl by anous hiodi, anel The
(Jatc of Imlla, by V. U I'awcett, which is
accompanied by a map o( the country be
inexu iui4 anu iiriiisn isju. Ine war
articles include McClellan's Clunge of llase.
byljen, I). II. Hill I Hear-Uuaid Klghliiif at
Sasage's htslittj, by (ien. V, II, Trijilin j
The Seen Days' rightiDg about I'.ieHnond,
by Ocn, James Longstteet the seiie-s bfliig
concluded with the Memoranda on the Chit
War. The editor of the Ccntuty tal
oce-asion almost esery month to show the pub
lic that ho docs not I. now whit poetry is, and
this month exhibits Ms lacL of judgment by
insertint; the follow ing under ne form of
Ui!y rt tbou in rh sorrow lon.ly ut llwu J
cl, lou u viou M, 1 )u it It left lli la tlag f?
" h'1" ''& Hiiulni th tuta on lb. tract houjl
list, irt deep wuktUirl rinj t
U.llfmoJ.J .it itwa U br jor-II fiituJ.J ut
is. wivi.r, K-. k.(4 at tbsu ut, ti it lft t ihs. la
Ttl, la lb) ijit. tcl 0,11 ra ik, tumnxr Wub,
f iuiuib bvtu sw, ana .loj
u is astonisrur.g that the same Mtrary last word; I vull pay sou to pl very softly
judgment, which selected the tire verves ouUcrytoAly.rorlonu'ttmiieihccourerutfcW'
nge 4. rntltlctl A I ancy from I ontancllc.
should sleit such lines as the abme for pub
llcation, In the same minilier or in any number
for that mailer. Il is very tvident from the
selections of poetry in the Century for the past
year that the editrr has depended, with very
little judgment In many Instances, on the cele
brity of a name rather thin on the merits of
the poetry itself. Taken as a whole, the innga
lne is quite up to its usual standard.
Harpers' Maguine for July contains seven
illustrated articles, two of which have speclal
merits, vizi Ihe Mohamniadans in India, by
K. Marion Crawford, Illustrated from photo
graphs taken by Ilourne and Shepard, of India,
and Midsummer on Mount Deseit, a ocm in
seven parts, by Trance! L Mace, illustrated
by Harry Tenn. A bilk Dress, by R. R.
tlowkcr is a well Illustrated article, and gives a
nicruict history of the manufacture ofsllk goods,
commencing with the mulberry leaf and tracing
the process through the loom. A full de
scription of the famous Jacquard loom is given,
toucther with a diagram of the ribbon loom
and tables of statistics of the silk manufacture
and importation of Ihe United Slates. The
article will In of value tn those Interested in
silk culture in Hawaii The frontispiece of
the magazine, entitled l'andora, engraved from
the painting by T. fe. Church, represents Pan
dora as a )oung girl couched upon the fatal
box, Irving to hold down the lid from which is
escaping a phantom-throng of the evils man is
heir to. The artistic execution of the engrav
ing is excellent but the conception lacks that
element of truth -vhich is the first condition of
all art, howsoever Ideal it may be, .and whose
presence ma) ahv.i)s be taken as the measure
of a work's art merit or otherwise. The facts
in the present case arc that Pandora was an
accomplished woman, made out of clay by
Vulcan at the request of Jupiter. She was
endowed with beauty, was fascinating,, sang
divinely, was instructed in eloquence by
Hermes and was enriched by Minerva. Jupi
ter gave her a beautiful box which she was lo
present to her future husband. She tried her
blandishments on Prometheus but he was busy
with his fireworks and did not want a wif.
She captivated, however, his brother Epime-
theus, who lacked Ihe prudence and sagacity
of Prometheus, nnd after they ncre married
she gave him the box which he opened, and
'there isiucil from it a multitude of evils and
distempers, vvhit.li dispersal themselves all
over the world." It is supposed by cutirs
that Pandora was behind the pantry door and
not on the box when it was opened Artists
should alwajs look up their facts and editors
should be able to detect glaring blunders in
art as well as in composition.
The Overland Monthly presents an excel
lent number for July and is well worthy the
reputation it has been winning during the past
two jcars of being one of the best itnilliwtratcd
magazines published in Amcria. A fair criti
cism nlaccs the Overland on the plane ol thi-
Atlantic Monthly, perhaps with a solidity
approaching more ncarl) the North American
Review than its eastern rival. Articles cf
special interest in the present number are Was
It a Torgery ? by Andrew McTarland Dav's ;
The San FrancUco Iron Strike, first paper ;
Tine Art in Romantic Literature, by Albcr.
S. Cook ; and Victor Hugo, by T. V. Paget!
The verse of the number is not up to its usual
T10 ". Jniiifr."
"Can ou tell mc when the train comes
along here?" asUed a trael-statncd man of an
old fellow who sat on a pile of cross-tics n ar
an Arkansas railroad. " Yas, I reckon I ken."
"But wllljou?" asked the trasclcr, after a
moment's silcncf. "Yas, I reckon I will."
"Well, what time?" "What lime what,
mister?" "What time does ihe train come
along here?" "1 donno." "You said )ou
did." "Didn't." "I siy sou did." "Say
I didn't." " What did ou say?" " Said I'd
tell jou when it comes along, an' ef both of us
(s here when she comes 1 will, but I reckon
jer ken see her as well as 1 ken." "You
think ou arc very smart, don't ou ?" " Not
now. I was right peart till the rhcumatli set
in." "Where do )ou lue?" "I'm liein'
here now." " Is this ) our home?" "Ioa.'
"Then jou don't Use here." " Wall, I don't
die here, do I? ling's I'm here I'm In in'
here." "When the train comes, do sou sup
pose I can get on?" " Yaj, ef It stops."
"llut that's what I want to know. Will it
stop?" " I kaint tell )cr right now, although
I'm allers jileased ter give a stranger anv infor
mation in my power." " When can you tell
)ou?" asked the stranger, evidently thinking
that the old fellon was going in search of in
formation, " When she gits here." "Now,
say, old man, I ilon'l like to be made came of
in this way. You may hive nothing to dobut
sit around and spend jour life in joking, but
I'm thoroughly in earnest. I have come a
long distance to reach this road, and I want to
leave this de'Hlish country. You would confer
a great favor on mc by answering my questions
in a tttaichtforward manner. If ihe train is
not likely to stop at this wood-yard, why, then,
I must walk on until I come to the. station.
Now give mc our honest opinion, Do jou
think the nest train will Hop here?" " No&,
stranger," replied the oul fellow, leaning ovel
zsd tying his shoe, "cr ken talk m'ght) piti
ful, I mutt allow, an' cf jer was a prcachrr il
would lake all the plank at the sawmill to
make a mourners' U-nch big enough fur jer
church. I'd be a utility bad man ter hold
back any news I've got about this nunc, an
bciri' as I like yer looks, I'll tell jt all I
know about these trains." " I thank you
niW he-ulllj", sir." " I cspect I know as
much about these trains as any man what lives
In this heir comiiiunit)-." " I have no doubt
of it." "An' all that I know about 'cm stop
pin' here I'll tell yer." " Well ?" " Why,
sometimes they stop an' sometimes they don't.
That's all I know," What rtv ktiav is ttiat
How's the time tn advcilise in the I'rcss.
rte Ami I'runeUra Jltnt.
Slnte it. catablUhtuent the Ssr, Krancisco
MV-'. lu csiitcJ marly $107,030,000 In silver
coin. Tlie csact aiiuuut and ilcscrition are
1 ra.is dollars, 4 so graliu, .
Standard dot'art, 41, Js ,taio
Subsidiary tdscr, 39$ I ,raint
A dame Meaican strongly rich convnands at
her pianist scry in 0uc.
"Mister, I hase; Saturday a large wiue,
j ml I should be happy to maVe listen my
tnitcdt an artist if your rtputalion."
"Wtiats vsuuld be )our conditions?"
",Sevru huudrcd fiances, onlaine."
Very sscll. To Saturday, then. Oh. one
-psR S ERNEST CRADDOCK
M. It. C. S. Fno , I. K (i V. ad I. S A. Itanonit
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Mintwm ami uisiiiiiim:,
King s Cotl2, l-omton,
Orries and KlrsltniNeK Sj 131 Tort ilrefl, lately
ocrnpwj by lit Carp-shler,
Ui-ricR ttoi ss -9 to if o'clotk s u
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Attorney aiitl Cnuntflrtr n( .rnr.
N'n 13 Kaamumani- STsurr Honolulu
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For the State cf California and New YorV. Office
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Picture I rames,
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slews, Clark s Snoot Cuttuii, .Muehine -lit!, all
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Sole a;ent of the universally actaiolcd;ed Light
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Hi, lUNKS OK NKW ZEAI.NI)
TIIK 1HNKS OK iwmsil COLUMIIIA,
viciokia, n.cr and toru-and, or
7vixj r? G.iurvl BjiiUag Ruiiiuii,
1 BRBWRR a COMPANY,
Ueueitil MercttiitUenntl UoMmttiloit Aient
OIEeel I. tL lunei. Ir.. tireMcnl bii.I inm
josl4i si, sjatier, iteasuttr ani tevretary. nirmcft
ll.nu. Osarlet K. Ilishop and II. A. 1. Cansrl V.
rfsnsrri ,uuiior. RI1I4
li U ST ACE,
(roRHsnv with aou.it A c&l
If ( ami iUlull tlroeer,
III. KlXQ Strrct UNO,, IUruukv Haiu
rswlly. I'tanuilon, andSlup Morel supplied al sliorl
ew roi-kJs bv every tteancr.
TsleplWna No. 114
r C COLEMAN,
ItUcksmith Mnfhtnt4t Cmrrtag Work
Uorao Shut tny,
Honolulu.. . ,, ,,,.. , H?
FiuiUtltM Mackisery. tec.
AsMl I CaatU CswU'tV
Shop on King Sut
lHtkOTs't M10 I)fAI Kit IN
g rjn-tNt-prr ttfifl Uttnuftttlurrt.
Qtirnitur Wrerortm No in Fort Sir-1, Work
M at old tnd on Motel Htrri. All orders promptly
auAntai to. 3-JJ
ASTLE ft COOKti,
Shiputntt nmt CntrtwiMifoM
XovBo KinoStmet . . .
IMrORTKM Atl DEMKK IN
A sent for
llie Hitchcock A CotnpanVi Plantation.
Die Alexander & Hildin PUitJUion.
j K HaNiead, r Waialua Plantation.
A 1! Smith & Compinj, Kfjtoa, Kauai.
J. M Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
'Ihe Haiku Suzar Comptny.
The Kolista augir ComparT).
The Unioi Insurance Companj of San FranIcco.
lh Nt tnjtand Life Insurance Company cf Hoston
The Vlike Mnmifactunntr Company of Ilotcn
D. KVr,-f, Pateci Centrifugal Machine -
Yhi New trV and 11 wlulu I'rtket Line.
I he Merchant's. Line. Honolulu and San Francipcc
Dr. JaynM fi Son' Celebrated Medicine.
Wilcut & (jil.Vt Singer Manufacturing Compiny.
heeler & Wilsor.'a bewmg Machine. iio-a6t
Auctioneer ttnrf Cnmmtvtton Merchant,
No, 4$ Qvri" Strrbt Honolulu
lIOPrSCHt.AEGER & Co.
Importer mnt Commtnlon Jtrrrhtitttn.
Nn. 48 QtlrFNSTRRBT HoNOLlrLU OsilU, H 1
CD C, ROWh,
It tune nnd Sign I'nhtt-r
Pa ran Hanger, etc,
Nn. 107 Kiko Strert Honolulu
O HALL & SON (Limited)
IMrORTSRS AMU DKALER3 IN
llitntnir fine Genet at Merehnndlae.
CdANHK OP KlN(J AKO FORT STKEBTS, HONOLULU
William W Hal . . . . President and Manager
I C Able ... . becretary and treasurer
W I'. Allen. Auditor
Director rhoma Ma, K. O White -356307
P A. SCKAEFFR & Lo.
JmirrterH it ml Cainmtnttun Slrrchnnta,
No o Mrrcmant Street. . . Honolulu
P H. OEDING.
rfiy in it n.
Office No 81 Kin Street.
Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowt Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, IL I.
Freight, PatkaRi-, and Ilagae delivered to aikl from
all part of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention 1 wild to niovlru I urmture, vkith
WAGONS F.XPRESlsLY 1 OU
OtTice Telephone. No. 86.
House telephone. No oo.
Jtot nmt ZtfioemiiLu,
Hjoia and Shoes made to Order.
No. toi Four firitKBr. Honolulu
Tn. 103 Fort r.
W, SCstKARLANE, II. K. SIALKAKLANK.
Q. W. !.f ACFAULANE & CO.
Iinportora, Comuilsilon MoroIiaiiU
and Stiff ar Faotor.
Fire pnf JIuiIdlnj Queen street, Honolulu.
Puuloa Sheep Ratit.li Co, Hawaii,
J. I owlcr & Co' Steam I'lw and I'grtaUe i'ratnwa
MutIcss, Wat-sou Go's Sugar Machinery, Gl iow
CiU1 and Honolulu Line uf Packets,
Liverpool And Honolulu Line of Packets,
IxHirtyu and Honolulu Line ol steamers,
Sun I ire OJIicc of Iondou. J ( 5-594
tleiiernl Cmtnlinlan Aytmt.
Cnn. Fort and Querm Stiiiekt
OLLIKTER &. Co.
)tUi,Isale and Itetali DruyyUt and 1
No. sj. Nuuauv SrKT , Honolulu
fTOPP & CO.,
No ;. Kiko Stbekt,.
Upholsterer Draper and Dealer ttt till
hind of Furniture
Telrphon" Ho. 143.
Importet of General Jlen'handte from
IVviftcsf, Kwjtand, Germany nnd
the United State.
No. j8 tt'bKM SrkBKT HONOLl'tL
No.a6 TttusT bikKKT. , .....Sam J-mancimo
McIHTYRE & BKOTHER,
Con, Kimq ahu riRr Srt ....
ONOLULU IKON WORKS Co.,
A'eftift Hnulne, Holler, Sugar Milt,
Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Cuttuy.
HOaSsSLMLU II. I
alaclilwry si ever) description uude to order.
I'artw.uLir attenltun LailJ Su Shiu'i ItLmkkniiltiinif
Job ofkt.cuteUuti tlie sVutct nolle, aio-6i
J NO, O, FOWLER & Co.,
Ir prepared to funtiih I'lan and V.tU
mate w Steel
Uh or w,twrt.t Cars and tiocuutottres, Stlsl'y
AOMULD JOR SUOAk PUNTAIIONS.
Pennaneiit Kail ways, and Locomotives aud c&n, 1 rac
lion fcauics and tcoati ixcvmtti, Meant
rkrtiiunf iui4 CUtivating laihiery,
Lngi ks for all purposcs,
r ngin ivr inclines.
iKi hA iiuitratuns, at otitis anl tlioio.
crawls utftha almvv i'Uiats attd Muhincr1
y may Ue sash
al lit olof the untlers'gned, W. U (IKr LN and
a W. aU.LFAKJs.AM. ft Uh, Acentt M iw. Few
tHMltnn Merchant and General Healer
in Dry Good,
WmuksU, Maui 11, 1
GrirYfie. Hardware, S-atiooery, Patent afdu:tne
ruissT itt a;ti iiaiwar, iorDi
JOHN T, WATERtlOUSE,
Importer mmI thaler in tieneral Jfrr
No. sj-ji QcattM Sraicr,, ..,,,,, ......HoxoLfiP
I M.iOAT, JR., tt CO.
glilttilier 11ml .fir ItrnUrn.
fj v?' lift HiiUfr .SMm,i .1, ,!!
(WzirrcJlUK.ic . . No. jj MenciiAiT Srnurr
YssJM . HovoiXitU. It t
. '.i.... - U-. -
ij CnpjHfr. iiL Aifr( trnn otUrt
jtA9f rlH'f Itflttff;
of all kind, Puftibers mock and metal, home fumUh
inn goodithti'dcliert, lamp, etc
Ko I kAAIILMANU SriERT HONOLULU
T AINE A Co.,
Imps-mm and dealer In Hay, drain aad General
It 01 I'LL ... .... ..,.. tii-til. I
1 BWERS & COOKR,
(Succkok to Lfwbrs . 1)1 : If SON,)
Importer unit Drntem tn Lumber unH nil
ViPlMT vj Jfuiiiiinff jm irirriorR,
NoTt Fokt Strict HoxcLuitv
irnirr ri irii tivna tt
liter, Ten Sltkt Uliil
I uur y foo(f, until, linoi n
rno(f, until, iiitorn nntt
flive itritn leeu nnu riour,
Vtyari nntt Tubneev
Alia jrjprietor of Rice and Suzar Plantation at
Kaneohe, K.oolau, Walpto, Kwa, and Heeia.
COR. NUUANU AND LllAfLAIN St5 HONOLULU
T YONS A LEVEY,
Auctioneer ami Connnlaston 3lerehnnttf
Corner Fort and Quern Sn.kRTa, Honolulu.
Sale of Furniture. Stock. Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole fluent fjr
American and i.uropcin mercajuiime. J I. lyons,
33:133 1 1- J I.kvky,
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer nnd tt holrmtte Dealer ttt Cloth-
(ny. Hunt Shoe llut, Men' I'ttr
uinhtny tlooitt, Fancy Good, Kte
No to Kaaiiumanu Smaitr Honolulu
TVyr W McCHUSNBY ft SON,
Leather Hide, Tallow ttnd Commiaaton
Agentt fer the Royal Soap Cotnpanv.
No. 4a QVfKM SfHKKT.
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Impottrr uml U hotexutc Denier in Gen-
Maksr's Block , Qupkh Strikt, Honolllu
TWT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
t'ortvardtny and CotnnttMtton Merrhttuta,
No. 114 California St. Sn Francisco.
Scciat facilities fur and particular attention paid to
consignments of Uland nroduce, 310361
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importer nnd Denier In llnnttrarC Cut
lery, Cool a ,
Taints and O.L and General Mcnlianduve.
No. 74 an tt , Fort Stmkkt .. Honolulu
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
No. 93 Fort Strbkt..
r resh jcrocenes and pnvisions of all kinds on hand and
received regularly from I urope and America which
will be sold At the lowest market rates.
Goods delivered l.fmi part cf the citv free of cHarce.
lauiiu urttcri wjirtiK-u nnu ixtjinpi aiiciuion win w
Uitn to ineiume, at 0-307
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money Joined for long or short periods on approved
security. .Apply to W, I- UKtUIV,
Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager
1IE0. II. DAV1BS &. Co.
(Latk Ianiom, Gkri.k c Co.)
Importers find Commintton Jlerchnntn.
No. 4 Kaaiiusiant St .... Honolulu
I lod'i and tlie Liverpool Unilerwrilers,
ltrilish ami ruceisn Marine Insuiance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. ic-a6l
-pilOS. G. THRU.
DlloaTISG Ants MANUrACTt'RlNn
Slntlonerf Hook a'lterp Vnntert Cook,
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer in Fine Sutionery, llooLs, Music, lo)i and
Fort Stkrkt. Nbsr Hotcl,. .... . ..IInlLLU
C. WEST, II. M. DOW,
U W. MACPAKLANC.
EST, DOW & CO ,
IrtifrtHter and Deut-r in alt kind of
Muilff Fancy and Junaneo Good.
Furniture cf all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors.
Paintings, Uiromgs and 'loi, Picture Frames and
Lormces to order. Moving ana repalruS furniture
a tpcctaiit). (J
No, 103 Fokt Street., , Honolulu
Dtaler In Choicest Deef, Veal, Jtutton JCte.
No. 6 Qubfn Stukbt, Fiiii Mauit.
k'sjtlly and Shipping orders c-refuUy ai fended to.
I jve Stock furnished to Vckiels at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order,
ULv,nvKK. .. ... . . .No. til?.
OOSTON BOAKD OF UNDERWRITBKb.
t, WAJl'AA1 C.,
Anent for the Hawuao IsUuds,
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE
ance Company, (Limited)
THKO if nAWhSAUh.Vr
llie eImv acnt has received iuMiuciions to re
dike the l.Ues of Insurnctf between Hottulull and
1'orts In the I'arific, auj is now prepurcd to iksuc poll
cica at the luwssr rate, stsk a special reduction oi
frtlhl per steamers. i-6i
QREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ALo atrcQt for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board, of Underwriters.
Forth Hawaiian Islands. 10-161
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. A SCffAKME if CA AGENTS
'Die above Insurance L'oiopauy, has eUabtUlml a
(itncral Azcocv litre, and the uodcnliiiieJ. leiv
Azents. at autborucd to uk riks aga-mt the dangeri
ol iMbut at lie ruo4 icawuaUe rate atu on ti
muit favorable term. iio-ti
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
VJ compAttv o tfiun
F A SCffAEFEX Cet AGENTS
TVm above tbsujaitoi Couipony hu4abltiJicdaCa'
erJ Aaenc) here, arid ilwabyvsviijotd. General Agents,
are authorued 14 take KLks aaiuU lite dangers of the
fee at t moat risssbnable laus, and uo ibf atost fa.
vurabJe tirmw jio-4i
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRB INSUR.
nc Compstnyof Huabnrr;.
Butldltiit, Merchandise, Fun tit and Machlnary
csured agairut Fire on the avWae tol turn.
HAMBURG-BREMEN FIRB INSURANCE
F A. SCHAKFXE sV Ce.AGS.VTS
TLe Sov firm La via- been api4tiled acinus of ibis
coaipany art prepaieii lo Irsura ruka agaiiut art on
Stone and Brick buiUsAgs and on Merchaa-Lsc stored
therein, ou the uvtt CsruiaUa lema, Foe aartlculaS
WJ m incsf , aiir-ta
NORTH-GERMAN FIRB INSURANCE
Company of HambarK.
If ffACKFKt.t) A- O, AGh VTS
Capital and Reere Keichimark 8,8jo,oon
' Ihefr Rt Insurance Companies " 35.oca,r"i
The Asentaof theaMrt Corri.tn, for tre Hawaiian
Itlands " prepared to Injure tlutldinii, Furniture,
Mcrehandite and Produce, Mnchinery. eiu, Uq btxt
and Mice MHI, and ef In the harbor, ajtain! low
or tlamaec liy fiie, on the mot favorable term.
NBW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFK IN5UR.
ance Company of Boton.
CASTLK A COOKS, AGK.V7S
The oldest Pa rely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
ftlH" iaeiifr on the moaf 1'itrornbl Tetmn
Lone paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000
PHILADELPHIA HOARD OP UNDER
C, BRKll'XK SCe
Agent for the Hawaiian lilanda,
RANS-ATLANTIC HIRE INSURANCE
Lompatiy of Htrabur.
ff IfACkh'Rf.n V Cfi Attntt.
CaDtuI and KeterTe,,..,....Keichirrurk fi.ooo.ona
ineir ne.insurince sk.ompniei loi'ijono
,.,, iKeichtmiiV 107,650,000
The Agent of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Itlands, are piery.red to iniure nuildingt. Furniture,
Merchndie and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mllli, and vettels in the hartor aaintt Ioi
or cuiruge uy me, on in4 biosi lavurau ittm.
TIIB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
X Globe Insurance Company.
JUSfOPS Cc, AGENTS.
Unlimited Uublltty to Stockholder.
Reserve 1 ..... . 6,750,090
1KC0MK FOR 1870:
Preinlumi received after deduction of re
Insuraiiccr ,. ..... $ S.S,H
Lotte promptly adjusted ami paid here.
of San r&ndsco.
CASTLK A- COOKE, AGEXTS.
Incoqorated 1875 110161
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
At Jnttuary lmt.$ J8N4, nearly JII7,
Polices Issued on iht most favorable terws, and
absolutely Non-Folfeltable after Two
KXAMrLE OF NON-rORFRITUHK rLAN ;
Insured ai;e 3 years ao sears Cndowineul i'lau for
Annual I'remltim 8J4V.JO.
Csh Surr. V I'..
At tbe and of the ad Year.
1,91 1 6s
3 90 IS
161 h "
Tlie second and SLibeqetil premiums are likely t
be reduced by iterating annual dntrtbHttont ef ttt-
KST Ajplirations can be had of; and full information
ill be given by the Agents,
CASTLE A COOKE
CHARLES BREWER Co.
t; Kilbv Stkrkt, Boston,
AilKXTS OF IIAIVAIJAX VAVKKT9.
General Common Ayent.
special attention ywn to the purchasing of goods for
nit, Hawaiian tpwe, l reipnt at lowest rates.
1 10-1 15;
TT W. SEVERANCE,
116 CALiroRKtA St.,Cau,(Room No. 4)
UAWAUAS CONSUL A C03ZMIHM0X
24 Post St B. F.
Send for ClrcuUr
The Full Businkss Course Includes Single and
Double Kntr) Book keep ine, as ai plied fo all depart
ments of business; CommcicUl Arithmetic; Huaincs
I'enmanJitp, Mercantile Law; Business Correspond
ence; lectures on Law J Business Forms, ami the
Science of Accounts; Actual BuJness Practice In
hotesal and Retail Mcrchindiilng, Cornrntssion,
fo'uoing, Imponing, Kulroadtng, Lxptess Buuneti,
Brokerage, and Bank in; . I- nvlish Branches, Including
Ktading, Spelling, Grammar, etc; Drawing and
Modern Lancsges, OKisistlng of practical Itetruction
In French, (ittraitn, ami Spanoh.
Sfkcial Uaaachls are Omannnu I'enmanship,
Higher Mathematics, Survtsifig. Navigation, Civil Lo
gineering, Assaying, SJiort Hand,lypeAVrituig, Tt
For full information address,
K. 1 IIKALDJtVti.
330-aSi Ssn FsAisctst,, Cat,
1-A.1TS"13 Ac CO.
No. 31 7ort St., Clock Boildlng,
Hate tecstvetl a coiiiizmittiit oTlle uot Lcuuumat
anu va.uaue reu tor iui auiua 01 stutk, tu
COOKVD JLINSEKli MNAL.
His ihe greatest McH for riser, MUk a.id Butltr ro-
UU.VI III MM,
Oil C'akeMeal shows abeut a; per rent, of nutritive
matter l Ir.u neulv aa ter cbl.
100 lbs, of ibt meal U iual to joo I us, of oats, or
ill lbs. of ca ut 10 tbt 1U. of w !it Uao.
AU,our livaUsMIXKl) vKc.I,as wsUasour
utiui aiy m ins vvm ainu
Hy, 0U, "Wkeat, Cons, Eto, Etc
Which Is offered l thff lowest Market Rls ud,
dehvcrelrcf to any yi uf ihe liry.
Avents fwi ike
PacLfcc Mutual Life Insurance Co. of CaJivrnla.
AgeUifsXlU IIOOVkK TtLF.l'HONF.
CuwaUssiurtar jf Deeds fur the bute of ClisiruU
TKI.hl'HONL NO is-. tn6-6i
eSBOTMBV WiewWr sPeSBBSWSWwt
Switckss, Curli. Front Kkm,
Alt warranted Natural Hair,
UvisikLtt IUtK lUta Nets.
La4 ft and ChdJren. lu Culling and Haas pok
ing at mucs or resident
Lwuitr Hair Cutting a Specialty.
All at San rreacixa 1'rK.aa,
MADAM i; WANKiC
Tort Sumi Oysu.il. Uodd", SultU.
I W. McChesney & Son.
No. 42 Queen Street.
Hate now Undiric
For Alameda & John D. Sprqckols,
t C,t HlfMFSTfJor
Confuting tn part of
Ilhl. flour, Golden Gate.
Ithk Hour. Kl OcwJa.
Saciti Wheat, fiest. . .
SacVi Itarley, Ilet,
SacVi Corn, Bert. Whole,
I)cl Lorn, flett. CiacVed,
Sack Uran, Cotre and Fine.
SjcVi Ream. While,
Sack l Ream, Red,
ScV Reana, Bayou, ,
Sacka Heans, Hone.
rV Onioni, Rett Silver Skin,
Sacks Potatoes, llei In Gur.nle.
Cases Lxtra Soda Crackers,
Caic Medium Bread,
Cates Cracked Wheat, to lb, baits,
Caes Corn Meal, white, to lb. bags
Case Oat Met), m lb. bags,
Caes Cora Staixh.
Catka Dupee Ham,
CatktCtt A Hams,
Cases K. D. Bacoa.
U. 1 lb.
Cases rairbafikt s Laird, J
Case Fairbank'l I.
aril, lo IV pail
Cases Whitney's Hu'trr. in tins,
Half bill. Butter, Pickle Roll,
(Jr. Lhls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Half Srkins Butter, Gilt Kde.
Qr, firkins Butter, (Jilt ridge.
Cases New Cheese,
Boxes and bdli. Salt CodfWh,
Bbts Tierces ColtunMa River Salni-M
Caes Freh Kegs,
Caes Laundry Starch,
Boxes Brown laundry Soap,
Pure Java ColTee, Kcasted and GrVNjnd, i lb. tint,
Sacks Oreen Coffee,
Chcti Japan lea, i Tb. t-apers,
Chest Japan lea, i lb. papers
Bones Kftlsins, Iondon luijers,
J4 Wjtei Jiitn, lxndon f,a)er,
Jt buaes UaUins, Ixmdon Ijers,
Boxes Kaisin, MiixcateL
, Uxes Currant,
Ca".ei Mlxeil Pickles,
Caet spices, assorted, all siies,
Pa lit Mince Meat, At more,
Tins Mince Meal, Cuttings
Sacks Raw Peanut,
Sack l LntliwS VVatnuti,
backs Soft Shell Almonds,
SatAs'Iexas Peca", extra large.
Cases California Hone,i lb. tin,
Cates King, Morse t Co'., freh canned
bruits, Jellies and Vegetables.
Ualcs Wrappinj I'aper, extra qunU),
A LAVt.lt AMilTlh.NT Of
Best California Leather
Sole, Inwte, Harne, Skirting and Uppers.
r rench and Amei ican CalUkina,
Micep bklns, Ooxt Mill.
Hawaiian Saddle Trees.
And other goods too numcroua to mention.
still be sold al
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
x. w, umm 1 son,
No. tt Qusmsk Street.
G. BREWER & CO.,
Offer for sale toarrttc per
BARK AMY TURN Ell,
From Boston, due
T XJ x, " l , 18 8 B .
Franklin Stove Coal In Casks,
XA hbls crushed Susar,
Cases rater's Aale Grease,
. Cases Hoe Handles.
litis. No. Rosin,
Cases U heal barrows,
ru rac tt ing,
bbls Wilmington Tar,
lUIes Navy Oakum,
Cases La I ard Oil.
Grindstunes, Iron Safest
KUs. Dairy Sail,
uuis. s,,nicni, II, .nu , in. us lviwi,
Cawt As. aiul CicV HaiHllt-
litis. La l'llm 1'aiW,
CumUiksnJ Coal lu UU,
MAM J LA VOUDAOB,
Hhli. Vood luruUr,
tiem vthilt Fine t umber,
Cases Tinned Tomatoes.
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Codth Balls,
Cat Clan. Cliuwde r,
ssish Cowder and Gherkins,
laws ,Saugs Meat.
Caws I fuck in' s lomaioSoup.
Cases Hue kin's Mock Turtle Soup,
Cases Hut kin's Oi'Jail bosip,
C7MitrltitfHl X-tu luteal,
Butkets, 1 U VVwk liuards.
Cans Chairs, Cuton Wai,
L'acs Velbiw Mtlal Sheathing,
Keg's Yellow M. Sheathm Naitv
litis. Twine, Bab L)ik,
Hida Fuioti( Unseed Oil,
ihieien Hvowh Hoop.
Uls. Mineral Faint,
BotA Caes, Assorted,
F.atciusoA '1 op Catruges,
Cams Coiled Hair,
Drums U Caaialc Sidj.
GEO. M, RAUPP,
r.rt MrsMt. OyytMlto ' SteSlsw.
B..I, Vtal, MittUa. L.nb and Ptsfk.
Oartssu and Pwls Suw(,
Fish, f.aUnr VtoMt4
Onbrs Wlllrccclv, ytvmpi ajumlwc
fslssd sslla dssMlds.
TatRrHua. No. iwa.
J W man.
j .,,." i?
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