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IT JccairTi ParaaL Atwar r Adtkci.
rr CoajmuQicatnn frjta ail par., of the Pacific will
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PLAIN AND TANCV
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
CT BILL-IIKAI;, VISITING. BrSINE?3 AND ALI)BE.3
CARDS pr ated ia the highest style of th art.
The Kritlih Uf'Tj rent to nar
Amr.n the PatLian aa. kin dovei
Mr Garnet Wf.lneley burryinj? o'it.
T i- k the cradle of the Iot
"V it tliin the longed f'r peae La-, come.
To tarry yean that roo k at number;
Aii-1 ii the jiieen tit Catity's h'iw.
The F.a-t-rn Que.ti-.n fall a alamrx-r.
I it the (,., a Aije aalQ
Ki.iw-s aiitl waaail ail the day?
I it a new Satnrnian reign
Or.y Saturn riifed a ViTian Grey?
Tb worl4 tnnn novel : let us dr-aui.
A moiueiit ere the waling come.
Of the bright liiiei with which may treiu
Thix iiu hoate millennium.
Of Rental tiier dotinj? -n
The tender lauM of Ara an;
Of nnkerupt CoxHackfi of the Don
, All Htuil-a with the llL.hamrue.lau ;
Of poi.Df.u le of TrtbizonJ
No more their colfome honey brewing;
Of the Levantine vagabond
So more lihonet trale inr-uin(r;
Of tha wilU wind Eurotlydea
Tainel to the air of Lydia's fan ;
Of the nlav mart wbi re lave In nujn-.
Or fieorjiian or Cirtassian.
lioud; Jt it SIiiackH of Puil hiuell
To lay ieace on the Cyprian's breast.
And In the inland of Othello
To think of jealonsiea at retd.
The Lady Venus had for spouse
A amlth the prchiktoric Krupp.
Ajid when with him ahe scorned to huse
The god of battle took her up.
Who know not that la niood supernal
Love uiakes t temity a boaitt?
And who not knows that thin eternal
1h five yearn at the very uiost?
Yet aUU. long let the Treaty live.
And Ktnce It la a ladies' wine
la wine of Cyprus we will KTe
Libation to it saccharine.
Lon may the Uritlxh banting fly
O er ribbon of the Cypriote fair;
Louk may the liritisb. middy aky
With fluttering Cupids high in air.
Long may the railway metals laid
On aleepers to the Persian Gulf
Torefend the sulphurous tirade
Of any British born Ernulph I
Long may this little Cyprian fooling
Affright the Russ, amuse the Turk,
Make ahelkhs and khans accept our ruling,
Ami save ns from some rougher work.
Pall Mail Uazttle.
It was a Boston girl who referred to Beaconn
CelJ's new honor as " the order of the elastic.'
The nomination for Lieutenant-Covenor of
Nevada is to be given to an editor, and the
newspaper men are to play a game of pedro who
shall have it.
Whenever a ' A woru
or r man, that m'
a newspaper n.;.,
man finds it out v
In the Emeraldf . ' "
panion) How q1 -.
might be a epot .lHc P !
and'ye may say x, '
vcr honor l-Fin Folks.
Robipson, tatter a" lolCennIli8t
... . r r .i . lirown.
XJW III? I U iivilil'
Y rcaiers will obstrve the
il,1?5fgS3i cf w JverUaenU ia toJay's
" irLiCS that the public nadenunJ
" -L-".:J?-'-"';.' isediats f;r cjaiicg tbeir tutlae knewn
rss-v" Hi Ex. Gov. Jso. O. Pcxms U temper
..'TSitsent on the Islaai of Maai.
51 ? On Vedcelj, Sertcabcr 11, a slight bck
i:?-7tf.,f wts felt at Kchils. Hawaii.
ino. Our reaiers will
IloT.Tbe tberruometer stood at 50 !rres In
the baJi l-it M. r.Jar an rf!ra r-2ir.ry f;-;rr
fr Hawaii r.i i, a'Leit e arc f.i the trof ;c.
iicx s or Kthrnyi Tbt-rn was quit k t
cept.ble shock of t aribquiVe rspeiicnccd ia town
on Tuesday t 'bt Uf, at Y.x'A jx nirn o'clock.
Mi lan; le is I kely t i gire tn a tbaking up in
tV,e (.-.liry tl-r- s.
Eob Mur iM Haw in. Tbo iUwalia.i Amateur
ll;r.tnl Troupe, accompaniod by t!ie Hawaiian
Bacd. will icivc cn Monday next by tbo JsLtlllt
for a tour cf tbtf above i.-Jasd. Tlify will si"
perforir.aaco i:t tb principal towns, as tbey pa
aioriz. u Dot hosiia;
tbea. and wisb tbeai rucce..
VOL. XXIII-NO. 12.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN INLANDS, SEITEl!
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
COMMISSION' M KRTII A NT AXI) UEV
KHAL i-HlHl'I.Na AUt.NT,
llooo!o!u, Havaiiau Island aulT 1;
DES. F. H. ENDERS, & J. H. BEMISS,
OKFICK. WAILf'KU, MALI.
" HOLLISTEE &"C0
70. OS XL'L'A NC STIIEKT. II O NO i.V Lt".
il Import-tra and de-al-rs cVice Cigri, rohacco vl
touT. a:o, manufacturf r cf Meral Watera, c. icylS ly
IIERCIIAXT TAILOR. 3S FORT
C. V. HOUSMAN,
sTilVII KNCINKKIl AN'IJ SCRVEl'ORi
V Late Canadian Pacific Kaiiway Surrey. 08;-, rorner
Frt and Merchant Streets.
G. W. MAOFAELANE b Co.,
IMPORTERS A NO COMMISSION MER
CHANT, Kobinson's Fire-proof CuH.ling, Queen Ft., flonnlulu, II. I.
Tlie Tuulna Sheep Ranch Company,
The Hpeiin-r Plantation, lido,
The Waikapu Plantation,
John Hay & Co's Liverpwd and London Packets,
my41 The (J!as-jr and Ilonolula Line of Packets. jly
DILLINGHAH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) DEALERS IX HARD
WARE, Catlery, Dry Good, Paints and Oils, and General
ap27 No. 85 King Street, Ilonolula. 1
M PORT ERS.WIIOL.es .4 L.E AND RETAIL
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats. Varnishing Goods, Ladies' and
Gents' Boot and suoes, aankee motions, c., sc,
Capt. Snow's Building. N-.20MerchantSt. Ilonolula. ap27 ly
M PORTER AM) DEALER IN" BOOTS,
Shoes, tine Clothing, furnishing Goods,
Corner of Port and Merchant St. ap201y Honolulu, II. i.
M. D. MONSAEEAT,
IIIHVP.VOR. ADURESS POST OFFICE
BOX td. Honolulu, U. I.
E. a. raiiL. ., A- w- BCaH
FEIEL & BUSH,
m m M m- r ? A W O C
GROCERS AND PKUV1SIW.1 ur.aiii.no,
Jfaroily Grocery and Feed Btore,
t b OiIafS nfvrttpri t.t (11 from the other islands will oe
promptly attended to. 5 2 Fort Street. Honolulu. apU ly
sauvirlt AND SURGEON. Orritr.
at k. Strehx's Drug Store, comer of Fort and Hotel
Streets. Honolulu. Residence, Snow Cottage, Hawaiian noiei,
entrance, next door to the Theatre.
Night Call Promptly Aurnucw
WILDEE & CO.,
DEALERS IN LtMBtlti -A I .1 .a.,
Nails, Salt, and Building Materials, of every kind.
ap5 Corner rori ana vt aeeu ota. -J
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.,
. ,r sr f
IMPORTERS AND UU.M3USSlU.il i-aa-.-CHANTS,
Corner of Fort ana ilercnani oireeis. """" "
THEO. H. DAVIES,
f-rwritera. Northern Assurance
J It .
jou sayto your wife?" ninfliaii
morning, dear, or Borrfiet.hinS
t l. , u . .o D.,incli.
one at e;ijr mo .tow.
C. S. BAiiiutv,
IONEER. SALESROOM ON QUEEN
Street, foot of Kaahumanu. ly
1 - ...
i h iiint rv uiiii s.Aijai
CASTLE & HATCH,
NEVS AT LAW. V. R. CASTLE,
all the Courts of the Kingdom. Particular at
l the negotiation of Loans. Conveyancing, Col
or Money to Loan on Mortgage. OFFICE .
Street, 3rd door souttt or tort etreet, uonoiuiu
.waiian Islands. Jaa" om
is nothing new unHer th? .8un". re
H. HACKFELD & Co.
TM PORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTII-
JL INQ, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. 33T Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. K. Coassa or Fort asD Merchant Strkets. jal2 ly
EDWARD T. O'HALLORAN,
-C- THORIZKD to lend from $100 to $10,000 on Mortgage of
Freeholds, at lowest rates of Interest. JZT Agents in London,
and in all parts of Australia
OFFICK on Merchant Street, over Messrs. Whitney A Rob
ertson's Bookstore, Honolulu. ja5 ly
IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua-
nu Street. ja& ly
J. M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
DENTAL OFFICE. FORT STREET,
corner Hotel, in Brewer's New Block. dii ly
authentic record wwnameu oani
put to him by high autlfi'y. " Fm K
Ind fro in the earth. an? from walking u .
down in it." So KeaneJ .fc ;em8. " lJ
following in the footstep'0' h,a a8triouB pre
decessor the original sir0001"-
There was a paragra!8' " a m1 IfP"
who swore a solemn oath . hat te would m.aJe .a
joke on the name of Bob ngersoll or pe nsh m
tl.e attempt. He ehut bvml P Saturday
eToning and crawled forth', Monday morning,
. . . . .Ia rr n I .-a w ft I IV
pale, emaciated, and with a sd'";""'. "V. "
f th, f.-vi!r.r;nUtem in his hand :
Thv ouirht toepell his n4me Lob Irrjure
O A I
marked Solomon, the wise kinS- "ow aDut
neuralgia?" asked Reboboan?. . walking into
the palace with hw jaw tied ufrin,Fe nannei,
and the faint far-away odor Kobertson
county arnica on his mustache,. -he monarch
scowled and said he hoped the gdom of Israel
hadn't got down to running paragrapher s
associaUon just tt.Burhn3toi .tlawkeye.
A gentleman just in from AV zon.a 8fJ8 e
weather has been exceedingly wt Cm a that P"t
of the world, and that the peop dvOWD ther.e
wear very little clothing. He de . r,bes a .8Q1J
worn by a young man in Prescott. " consisted
of a gum-elastic garter tied around' he Ie." ,leS
It would seem from this that til blighting
influences of civilization have not jt extended
Miss Susan C. Anthony solemnly ,er8tliat
she will never, never, never so help yr u enrJ
Ward Beecher pay taxes until she u allowed
to vote. She alleges that she has no operty
.save the black silk dress which Anna Dit5in80n
gave ber on her birthday. Now let 3 eee
rhetber the minions of the law will ruttCS8'J
tear that lustrous garment from her tender an
shrinking form, and leave her a sublime prtest
arainst oppression in a skeleton skirt. I1P
A very funny episode occurred in one of AFC
Stephens recent speeches. He had just b?03
dilating on the beauties ol old Jefferson?11
Democracy, when he paused a moment, drew a
little bottle of bourbon from his pocket, took a
pull at it, and, returning the bottle to his pocke:
resumed the thread of his argument with th'
remark, " Yes, fellow citizens, this is true Demo
cracy .r Nobody rose to question the regulari1
of Mr. Stephens' Democracy.
If a man is not a saint at fifty he may ns we
turn bis attention to some other pursuit. Hi)
habits by that time have become petrified, and il X
is extremely difficult to form new ones; indeed,
a T ' 1 I 1 - 1 S 1 J
as JOSQ lauiiDgs raye, me dcss toing ne iaa . TM PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL-
is to etur nis oia ones. in me loiiowmg lines, -
however, the day of grace is extended by ten . ' n24
1 1 . - . sv
jears ana uue iujr cuance is givcu :
At ten. a child; at twenty, wild;
At thirty, taiue, if ever;
At forty, wise: at fifty, rich;
At sixty, good, or never.
BEOWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINES AND SPIRITS, AT WUOLKSALK.
9 Merchant Street, ln3 ly Honolulu, H. I.
THOS. G. THRUM,
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
Stationer, Bookseller, News Dealer and Book Binder,
octi) Mkkchast St., nkas Fort, Hosolili-. ly
E. 0. HALL & SON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Dry Goods, Paints. Oils, and General Merchandiiie.
nol7 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Fancy Goods. (nolT ly) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu
H. E. McINTYEE & BEOTHEE,
GROCERY AND FEED STORE.
Corner of King and Fort Streets,
o7 ly Honolulu. H. I.
J. M. DAVIDSON,
llUK.Ll Al LAW
OfEce over Jlr. Whitney's Bookstore,
CHULAN & CO.,
IM PORT ERS OP AND DEALERS IN
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con-
atantiy on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
08 Nuaar.u Street, Honolulu. ly
M. S. GRIWBAUn & CO.,
F.RS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Makee's B!.k, Qae-n Street.
C. BREWER & CO.,
(au31 ly) Ukwaiian I.latds.
JOHN THOS. WATEEEOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX GENERAL
aal Queen Street, Eonolula. Ir
ALLEN & STACKPOLE,
TILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MERCHANDISE and SHIPPING BUSINESS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the juatly cele
brated Kawaihae PotaToes, and such other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. (ao31 ly)
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in
JE TJ n WIT TJRE :
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
t. a. piCKso.f.
C. M. COOKE,
LEWEES & DICKSON,
EALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
Materials. Fort Street.
jso. a, waiKKR,
Z. S. SPALDING,
wx. a. iRwit.
WM. G. IEWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
HONOLULU, II. I.
Makes Plantation. Maul,
Waihee Plantation, Maui,
West Maui Plantation, Maul,
Makee Sugar Company, Kauai,
Naalehu Plantation, Hawaii,
Honuapu Plantation, Hawaii,
Yilea Plantation. Hawaii,
Star Mill. Hawaii.
D. R. Vida, (Union Mills) Haw.Kealia Plantation. Kauai,
Oreig & Bicknell's (Fanning's Island) Cocoanut Oil,
Union, Fire and Marine Insurance Co. of New Zealand,
Ewiss Lloyd Marine Insurance Co. cf Winterthur,
jy20 ly North Western Lile Insurance Co. of Milwaukee.
H. CRa-ST. T. ROBERTsOS.
GEANT & EOBEETSON,
(Successors to A. 8. Cleghorn A; Co.)
DEALERS IN FANCY AND STAPLE DRY
GOODS of every description. Millinery and Dress
making Department attached. Orders from the other islands
promptly attended to. Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
j 6 ly
ALFRED S. HARTWELL,
COUNSELLOR AT LA W OFFICE OVER
jyG BISHOP & CO.'3 BANK.
EICHAED F. B1CKEET0N, ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will attend the Terms of Courts on the other Islands.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. IET OFFICE, No.
23 Merchant Street, 2 doors from Dr. Stangenwald's.
E. P. ADAMS,
A UCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. ja!2 ly
A. A. MONTANO,
1JHOTOCRAPIIER AND DEALER IN ALL
kinds of Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases. Cor-
of ner King and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
J. W. ROBERTSON.
WHITNEY & TfJBTSESON,
or9 to II. M. Whitney.)
- ors js FtREIGN
NO. 40 f UT STREET,
will attend al orders in the l
LOCK, tf. iEXERAL REPAIR LIXE
tie wftl give special attention cleaning, repalrlnr and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and al her kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of very deserijon, Blarkata.Ill.ing, At
ALSO, ON HAND AN IFOR SALE CnEAP,
A. Variety of Sering Machines,
Cons, Pistol, Sh , AmmonitloD,
MACHINE OIL-NKDLES, Ac, Arc.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binrs. and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines sapied on short notice
XT Best Machine Twist. J
EOLl AGEST 19 TH KINGDOM FOR
The Florence Sewing Machinerom $40 to f SO.
White Sewing Machine, from $ to $75.
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, IS to $35.
ALFRED rOSTER. . ' E. B. THOMAS.
FOSTER & "HOMAS,
PARTICULAR ATT1NTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Pmaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kintlsof Heating pparatus. Alio, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work (trusted to us will be exeeu
ted promptly, and on reasonable t ma.
Address through the Post Ollic aulO 6m
C. W. BFOWN,
Civil Engineer, - - Honolulu,
OVF.RSMITn'ttfcRIIiGE. TT JAPS li. PROFILES
Cloara at 13 M. Saliirkr ul lT
P. D ALTON,
Saddle antl llnuicss ITfaKer,
KINO STREET, 10XOLULU.
Harness, Saddle fc S!ie Leath
er, Constantly onUand.
Orders from the other Islands prntptly attended to. aalO ly
HONOLULU IRONWORKS CO
STEAM EN5INES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolrs, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Discription made
Particular Atlerdion paid to Slip's Black smithing
XT Job Work executed on the shorest notice. aulO ly
LEWIS & WHITMAN,
King Street, near Ikhel, Ilonolula.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Shoeing & Carriage Work
Tbe reMon why Charles Spurgcon is so popular
i9 that be reminds people constantly of the thiDgs
they already know but have forgotten. lie
.eliom aees polysyllables, bat talks to, not at,
bis eongregatioa in tbe simplest language. Hear
bis ringing voiee saying to an assemblage of fire
thousand, make the bridge from the cradlo to
manhood just as lon; aB you can. Let your
child be a child, and not a little ape of a man
running about the town." Uifalutin has no
fjlace in that pulpit. Spurgeon was never known
to stand on his bead or turn even a single somer
gault while preaching. People in America, espe
cially some preachers, are under the impression
that in order to draw crowds one muBt go into
tbe general trapeze work of theology; but here
is tbe most popular minister in tbe world de
pending for bis popularity on saying tbe bome
fiest tfcinggjn the most bome-thrr 7wa-.
M. S. GEINBAUM & CO.,
hORWARDING AND COMMISSION
214 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCL3C0.
i--cial facilities for and rarticular attention Daid to
S1GNMENTS OF ISLAND PRODUCE
M. P. ROB.SSOS.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
a rOBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
'MB KR and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Pai '!s Nails, &c, ic.
iHn AOESTS TOR SCHOOXRR3
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
BOLLES & CO.,
CJ H I P CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
M KUCHA NTS.
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ly
A TTORXEF AD CODVSELOR AT MW
2l NOTARV PUBLIC and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments oi instruments tor tne isiana or uarm.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I. fe9 ly
DRS. T. P. & C. L. TISDALE,
HOMEOPATIIISTS. OFFICE AND RES
IDENCE Beretania Street, between Fort Street Church
ana uueen tmma's.
XT One of the Doctors may be found in the office at all times.
Professional calls will receive prompt attention both night
ana uay. mhJO
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
A. W. PEIECE & CO.,
Successors to C. L. Richards d: Co.)
CJHIP CHANDLERS AND GENERALCOM
3 MISSION MERCHANTS. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
A. S. CLEGHOEN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
JL RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Eaahnmanu Sts.
oti ly Nuuanu St., and Corner Fort and note! Sts.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
f 1 O N O L V L U. H A W A 1 1 A N IS LA N DS,
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BAXR OF CALIFORXIA, SAX FRAXCISCO,
aSD THEIR AGENTS IS
THE ORIEXTAL BAXR CORPORATIOX, LOXDOX,
aSD THEIR BRANCHES IX
And Transact a General Banking Business. ap20 ly
WE HAVE SECURED A
And are Prepared to Carry on this Branch
of Our Business in a manner Satis
factory to our Patrons.
OWNERS OF FINE STOCK
Will do weU to give us a Call.
Horses sent to Onr King Street Shop will be Faith
fully attended to.
WEST & CHAYTER.
Ilonolula. April 27th. 1ST9. ap27 6m
EX BARK II. W. ALMT. lOOO SACKS
of Golden Gate Extra Family. Eldorado and Star Mill
j 9 Fo grate by BOLLES & CO.
FIVE THOUSAND GALLONS. SUPERIOR
Quality, Strained, and Warranted Pure. For sale bv
liOl.LE? & CO.
NO. 5 NUUANLS a n.., .
Dealers in Stoveiand Ranges,'
Tin, Shet Iron & Copperware !
Keep Cosstantl on Hand
FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Galranized Iron and Led Pipe,
India lubber Hose, kr., &e.
Shop on Fort St., opposite kipper's Carrel Factory
Estimates given for Cepair ng in Wood Work of all
nolT kin J,.. iy
J. H. M:LEAN,
Tin 4mitli tintl I?liinitev I
STOVES AND RANGES!
A Fl'LL A3SOIVMRNT OP
Tiwviti: at.avaYs on iiatn i.
Jobbing Promptlr Atfeaded to.
27 1y NO. tS NUUANU STREET.
M. T. DOMNELL,
Cabinet Maker, Turner, French Polisher
Fort Street, : : : Honolulu, II. I
WEST & CHAYTER.
Wagon and Carriage Builders, i and 76 RIn St.,
Honolulu. (ja28 1j) Island orders promptly executed.
Kaahumanu S: , II. I., oppjsite Godfrey Rhodes.
T. J. BAKER,
IIICIIITECT and HI IM)i:i:
Plans and specifications furnished at reasonable rates.
Address. Post OSce, Honoluiu, H I. jao
P. H. TRIPP,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Port and 33Zxxs Stroota.
All Article in bin Line Maunfaclnred wills
Neatnea nnd Dispatch.
J. M. OAT & Co.. Sailmakers.
OLD CUSTOM nOUSE, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf. Foot or Nuuanu Street, Hono
lulu, II. I.
Saiis made in the Best Style and Fitted
ith Galvanized Clues and Thimbles.
Fine; of all description made and repaired.
Toiinkful for past patronasre. we are oreriared to execute all
orders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
mh 9 ly
he eteAizer LileUkt w'.H nsakt tbe circuit
next week, and cn tae Jd cr ucioter wui
circuit cf Kauai.
aaer Afjkolii will malte a trip to tbe
side cf tbis Is!anJ next wee It, leavicg
locJsy mfternocn or Tuesday morniDg.
late raite of tbe Liktlikt, takes con-
PACIFIC IBM WORKS!
RANKIN, BRA TON & CO.,
ENGINES, BOILERS& MACHINERY
Of Eiery Delptlon.
XT Particular attention paido the Manalacture of
SUGAR MILLS, VACCU PANS.Aic.
Refer in Honolulu to E. P. ADAMS, Esq
FIRE P. Shiipherd, late of the steamer Lilt
?n appointed a Pi5ot (or Ilonolula ; and
rriLDIlIn ,0 sam Poslll3a for the port
sL lure and rwaii. CapL Keynolds. who brougbt
farorabie terms.,r05a gaa fncisco, takes the com
jV. TA.-rZLi,ik( Tacate,j by the appointment
herd. Tbe steamer will lose none of
BostoUy fa the bands of Capt. RejnoM.s.
mh9 ly "liEOBT. We don't want to be ensa-
PhiladelDlf C0Dser tte awfally hot weather
4 GETS f,pfricnJ here as well as eicrj
x. mh9 ly a summer, in connection with tbe
VOTICE. Nut forth by astronomers that this
S oiBosto arrroaching the aun. To be sure,
reports and accounte time ; but oh, for our posterity !
. figure on it, we are brought nearer
RlIEXISIs. Let us drink ice water while
OF M. GLAD
'areiage. At the carriage-trim.
srs. West & Chayter, King street.
Aachen & Lel cne of the handsomest, (if not
nv urnnel carriages eter seen on tbe
tue Victoria Basket Phaeton
jA. ekaue sustained manufactured to order for Mr.
andcedTbyThef this citj. Thi. gentleman
mh2 ly home industry, when in his
4 GENT llrrnseul will play this afternoon at
--AKentDrede; o'clock. The following is the
A sent Vienna 1
Claims against Insuranc
of the above Boards of I'n
to by the Agent to make tn -ud Peaant."
llarber of Seville,"
Fire and Marii a month's furlough, by per-
OF fjEency Governor Dominis, re
CAPITAL, :' i October the 23d.
HAVING Esta UL of tbe neatest and prettiest
MA at Honolulu, for the Ha tin fl t for m&Qy
Kr nnntrHl to arcent risks as o J
warehouses and mercbandise, (booner LUiollho, w hich ar
on cargo, freight,, bottomry, p. fc , t p)rt
Loaae promptly ndjna ....
mhaiy mtory. in tbe most faith-
est material, especially to
--e, and makes one of T. R.
SWISS LLOYD fiVand coa8ter8- ?belaof
a lengtn at water line,
OF XVI NT E
.cptn of hold.
JL TOlNSt d0 t0 accept all street
ON CABGO FREIGHT, business affairs of peo-
Frena Hon Cm, without proper in
TO ALL PARTS OH this Tice, for such it
AND UPtf our cotemporary, this
coasters. BV SPEClAin the Olowalu Planta
On the most Favoral?"' of this cU' 8nJ
... pbell was not interested
d!5 ly Agents fc
THE BRITISH ANIL" learns that a slight
MARINE INSURAN ' t "ana.Maal.on
m,T,n' 11 lasttd ab0Ut
A CCEPTS RISKS AT was done. It (tbe
. m .. . rw 11 i . ... . v .. i, . i : .. ;
j:. aiu. mt ciauw:. iu urn um,!,, tne Dre-
...w; .!!.. ..IvanraffMii. Til '
ance that may be in
THE NORTHERN ASSUR10'8' btliere !s
in. n. nr. it it." mere! we
Bill HUH BJltV a
dy THE MOST LIBERAL
J Claims lor Losses settled with prom)
THEO. u.)aDCe8 that " the
jing station in the
increased the in
I HNDOhe PaciCo it has
Statical Orcaario Last FriJay Dr. Mo-
Kibbin at tbe Qaeea'a Uotpital. perfcroe-i a rt-
maikab!e cperation ca the face cfa catite. In re-
moTicg a huge tumor cf years standing, which bad
well nigh obliterated the iioa cf one eye. It waa
a peculiar cperation including cutting and sawing
cf bor.es and we!l nee-Js to bt recorded in tbe
ZST A pleasant aocial re-union t.x.k place last
evening at tbe residence of Mr. Wm. Buckle, Lilika
street, on tbe occasion cf the Lirta-day cf Mlas Emi!y
Dougherty, in which a large number of ber friends
and acquaintances participated. Dancing was kept
up until a late hour, when !1 sat down to a bounti
fully spread table, to which the guests did inScite
justice. Tbe usual congratulations and toasts were
offered and responded to. Everything passed off
creditably and satisfactory to all concerned.
Loxo Lived Hawaiias. Tbe old-time native
Hawaiiacs were long-lived. UnfortuuaUjy there
are no means cf telling exactly how old Ibey are
when ther die. Laf t Fridar an old man died at
Kamoiliili, mauka of WaikikI, whose age Is fairly
estimated at one hundred and tbrca yeara. lit
nair was fuow wuite, wita uo sigu n
and his pearly white teeth were perfect. He pro
fessed to remember all about the arrival of Capt.
Cook at these islands, and when tbe missionaries
came here in 1821, he was a grown man and the
father of children. The present generation is not
likely to be bothered with old-time recollections !
Report of the Surgeon of the Queen'i
To the Trusters the QHtrn'illjfpital :
fiEvrLEMKX : I bate the honor to submit the
following reports for the quarter ending the Slat
AugusL The total number of patients at present
in the HospiUl is "C. viz : S3 Hawaiian 33 males
and 25 female, and 18 foreigners 17 males and
one female (12 paying). Tbe number of admin
sions during thU period was 07, viz 3 Hawaii
ans 40 males and 13 females, and SS foreigner.
Discharged, S7,viz : 47 Hawaiian 35 males and
12 females, and 40 foreigners. Deaths 5 Hawa
iian!", malen, and 9 foreigners ; 2 pulmonary con
sumption, 5 (Chinese) typhoid fever, 4 dropsy,!
accident, 1 burn, and 1 stabbed.
Besides the above, 71 new names have been en
tered in the Dispensary book. Tbe greatest num
ber of in-door patients was 0, the smallest CO ;
daily average CO. di-pensary 8. Tbe number of
patients treated in the Hospital was as follows:
June, 107; July, of; August, 113; calls of out
door patients at the dinpensary, 731. Hecpect-
Surgeon to the Queen's Hospital,
The Queen's Hospital.
Honolulu, J-Vpt. 17th, 1678.
Uev. S. C. Damon, Dear .Sir : As the Purveyor
of tbe Queen's Hospital has informed the Executive
Committee that two foreigners, suffering from con
sumption, have been left at the Hospital to-day for
treatment as In-door patient, by yourself. I am
instructed to say that tbe Committee looks to you
or to such charitable societies as you represent for
defraying the expenses for treatment of the above
named persons named B. Hughes and Jas. Wells.
I remain, Dear Sir, yours very respectfully,
F. A. SCHAEFEIl, Secretary
To the Editor of Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
You will favor me by publishing the accompany-
ing letter of the Secretary of the Queen's Hospital.
I am a Trustee of that Institution, but in a minority
upon a measure most intimately connected with one
class of patients, which I honestly believe ahouli-ia
admitted to the privileges of tbe Hospital. I kuow
very well that the Hospital waa originally designed
for tbe benefit cf tbe native population, but a great
change has taken place during the past twenty ycars,l
... - . a. ... al. . 1
while tbe native population nas been uiminisoiDg iu
foreign element has been upon tbe increase, and cs
" - last few years. Now it appears
k. Hospital demands
In tbe absence v( any later dates, lb art tl.oM re
ceived by the CVj t f tyJry the 5tu Inst., w
select lb mor Interesting Items of rwt in tht
papers received by If r, tV-r wbkh we could not
make room last week.
The tramrt rmliiar.ee l fat becoming an evil tf
uch magnitude In th Eastern Mates tLat Ui Ic
babitaou are- beg Innirs; t feel much nneaalne
upon the a'.bje-ct If tbe present cndilion ti
aSairs really just. ties lb" rr medics prrpoaea lij
correspondent t tho Hartford loutuHi, then It
must t serloi-v indeed. Il eats :
Tbe trrncjy is plainly by an organisation la ,
every town, in every vi'.lape. wblcb stall reader
escape impossible, aod punUameat certain, hap
pos 1n the towu vf West llaruord L.r Instanre,
each bom wer provided with rockets ready for
firing, each district wlib a beacon ready for licit-
li.fi ; sue pose al lb rtuglDf of certain lelis every
man shculd step, well armed. Into tbe road and
fields, escape would be nearly Impost. ble. West
Hartford, as a sovereign town, woald nav tall
lecal rlcht to make such a poLco regulation
Would II have a tight to punlabt WeU, there- aro
deep, well formed rights a man keeps la bis aecret
heart, by wblcn b kills tbe mad dog ana the wru
lal violator ot a woman and babies -and tbe steal
er ot bis borse, of course. A combined alliance of
men, fire arms, beacon Cres aol tetcp iu every
town, village, county and ?tat will only render
life safe, lt the terrible monster grows and lives
under that system, then start tbe Lattu, clear the
wood, make a ring of fire, let do guilty man escape.
New OftLKa-v, Aug IC. 111 Galveston .Tries'
special from Furl Clark says: All tb troops wader
command cf Co). Mack to tie, except two oompaalea
of infantry left lo garrison the post, aiarted at '2
o'clock tbis morning. The mala column lu been
crowing all day a boat a mile above tha mouth of the
Sycamore. Every man baa 140 rounds of ammaai-
lion and ten daya rations. Tbe artillery Is well
supplied with ammunition. They are oa tbe trail cf
stolen animals crossed into Mexico two days ago.
New OBLKaNft, Aug. IP. Tb (lalveeton V-
special from Eagle Pass says : McKec tie's foroM
yesterday, after crossing the tivcr, eurronnded tht
new town, rut Aimed, who the Americans were
after, escaped. All tbe Mexican troops at riedrae
Ncgras, numbering about 10, bav gone up tha
river. Tbey bad a skirmish with the Americans,
but avoided a general eagagemeoL
Tbe Chioagv) 2ri&ae's nasblagtoo tpeolal cr
Aug. '-2, states upon apparently good authority
that the Administration bas settled upon tb follow,
ing policy as regards tha llio Grand border dilhcul
ties with Mexicans : First Haiders art to b par.
sued with Increased vigor when tbey retreat to
Mexican toil and punished if caught. Tbe troops
engaged ia these pursuing parties will UiaeraJ
from time to time. Second .The commanding
officer of tha pursuing columns will Aot aetk a
conflict with tbe Mexican regular Lrces, but will
not avoid one if such forces interfere. He wilt,
in the event tf such opposition, overcome It If
possible and after Laving exhausted all reasonable
measures to aooompltah tbe capture and punish,
ntent of marauders, return lo the American bank
of the river. Third Under no circumstances will
the pursuing forces he permitted to exceed these
instructious, and whils on Mexican soil tbey will
strictly eonfma tbemsclvee to tbe fcingl object of
rava-aa, Aug. 7. Advice from Chile alato that
all the dank have aitfpended specie payments,
owing to being drained of gold by tbe govt inn-rut
to carry on war with tbe Argentina EepublLr,
which Is expected to be declared aoon.
Tbe banks of Mogua lias failed ; liabilities, 12,
000,000 soles. Messrs. Kiesco A Co.. of Chile,
have suspended ; liablUIes, f 408,0(0. Tbere waa
great excitement la Lima on tbe announcement of
the suspension of specie payments of banks In
JU.kuv, Aug. IC Ilmil Hoedel, who attempted
the anKftKMnalion ol Emperor William May Hid, In
Ave Unter den Linden, waa beheaded ilia morn
ing in the courtyard of tbe new prison. The im
perial warrant decreeing that Justice should take)
its course was signed on tbe tab of the present
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTFD, A.v
III SHOP Sc CO.. Agents,
month. Hoedel a ago was about 21. On th trial
he protested that be bad not Intended to take tbe
life of tbe Emperor, but aought to sacrifice, bis own
life in a public manner la order to create sympathy
for tbu suffering people ; but numerous witnesses
testified that Hoedel leveled Lis weapen direct at
Nkw York. Aug. 17. Tbe 7V6une' Berlin spe
cial nays of the execution of Hoedel t Ha received
the announcement at first stollJly, but afterward
betrayed great agitation. Borne difliculty bad
been experienced In obtaining an executioner. It
U reported that the man who at last accepted Iho
tank is a resectable butcher of Berlin. When
conducted to the place of execution Hoedel trem
bled, and bis countenance was ashy. Tbe busi
ness wus quietly done. He was made to kneel
down. The executioner raised an Immense double
banded sword and the brad lell upon tbe acaffold.
The reported executioner relused any award.
Hoedel, when informed that bis execution waa
Cxed upon, became deathly pale. He wUbed to
plead for pardon, but recovered composure when
told this waa useleHS. He then acked for win
for supper, and drank to tbe commune and leader
of the social democracy. When tbe sentence waa
read on tbe scaffold be spat disdainfully and cried
Bruvo! ' Hh refused the ministrations of the
chaplain, declaring them useless, aa It would take
yeurs to convert bim. Fiftr persons, Including
ofUciuls, judges, police, and twelve cititens, at
tended the execution which is generally approved.
Official notice of Ike execution bad been posted
throughout the city as a warning. It required but
a single stroke of tbe ai to decapitate Hoedel.
The remains were Immediately buried. .
London 7YufA. adds another slang title to tha
--iucknamea recently given lo Earl Bea-
birn ice Empress, and
HAM H U KG II-n R E M E N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
The undersigned, Having been
Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Kire on Stone and Brick Buildings
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
o6 ly F. A. SCIIAEFKB CO.
UNION INSURANCE COMPT
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Iwl H X U 33 . INCOUPOBATED, 1565.
& COOKE, Agents
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OF BOSTON, MASS
Iiicorporatod, 3. O 3 3.
The Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Co., in the United Stales.
Policies issued on the most favorable terms
EX13IPLE OF XO.V-rORI EITrBE PL1,
In.ured Age, 35 Years Ordinary Life Plan
One Annual premium continues Policy 2 years 3 days
Two Annual premium continues Poller 4 years 12 days
Three Annual premium continues Policy 0 years 27 days
Four Annual premium continues Policy 8 years 44 days
Fire Annual premium continues Policy 10 years 60 days
As-setH, 813,500,000 !
CASTLE Ai COOKE, AG ENTS
o FOR THE nAW'N ISLANDS. ly
WILDER. c CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
mm LIFE IMRAME tOJIPAH
OF NEW YORK.
Economical Life Ins., Co.
IN THE WORLD !
iviaL. cash :
Now is a Good Time to Insure.
OXE BIT FIRST-CLASS RISKS TIKES
Hi o 1 o o .
ALL KINDS OF
nd Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow, and all
Kinua or Moap Urease. (ly
riOXUKU HIM,, IjAIIAIJYA.
STI Tl'RTOV. PROPRIETOR.
MM Crop of Uugar of superior quality, now coming in
and for sale in quantities to suit by
DO IL HACKFKLD L CO.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
E. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
jn.ot, Pir.iMl M AM NAVV BREAD,
Also, Mater, Sodi and Butler Crackers,
JENNT LIND CAKF-d. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REUAKED 00 the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Bent Flour, baked daily arid
always on hand.
.Y. B.BKOWa ft RF. Alt Or THE BEST (4UJUTT
Pure Bred Ayleahury Ducks.
Kina STREET. HONOLULU.
Home Fed Turkeys.
C. BREWER & CO.,
o s; 1 3 ,
EASTERN PINE LUMBER I
Eastern Prime Pork,
Keg and Barrel Shooks,
ONE IirXDRED CAf E3
Spirits of Turpentine !
511 DOZEN BROOMS.
JOHN H. PATY,
NOTARY PUBLIC I
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
OMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR THE
States of California and New York.
OFFICE WITn BISHOP Ac CO.
CALIFORNIA PILOT BREAD,
AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FRESH
Crackers' iu case pr boxes.. For sale by
vr BOLLM &. CO
The Following Carriages !
Celebrated New Bedford Maker,
ME. CEO. L, BKOWSELI.,
Who Guarantees His Work!
1 Hunting Wagon,
1 Bench Wagon,
1 Open Wagon,
1 Phaeton, very stylish.
For Sale Chrnp. by
apC qr C,
BREWER li. CO.
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
SUPERIOR QUA LIT Y.
For sale by BOLLES k CO.
200 Coils Best New Bedford Cordage,
A SSORTED SIZES, FROM 1 l- IVCH TO
' i h. (uy6 For hale b HULL Co.
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FENCINQ and PICKETS.
ALSO OEM HAND:
A Most Complete Stock of
DRV REDWOOD !
Scantling ; Platik, surfaced anJ rough;
BoarJs, surface! and roncL; UatteDS,
Tickets, Kustie, Lattice, Clapboards.
ALSO, IN STOCK,
A Fine Asst. of WALL PAPER,
BOLTS, SCREWS, &c, &c.
PAINT & WHITE WASH BRUSHES !
WI ITK LEAD,
METALLIC and other PAINTS !
F J WOOD,
CO A la
DOORS, SASH, BLIPS
OF CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
MAKE, ALL SIZES.
For Sale in Quantities (o Suit
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
25 IRON PTOCK ANCHORS, sleet frma SO mp to tJM law
HMALL CHAIN, ia qaaatlUes to suit, laes I Inch
e-lSof an inch,
CHAIN CABLES, S I, -4. T-l, 1, 1 1 4, 1 81, aa4 1 l-t
Inch. Fur sals low by
.FOR SALE. , .
ONE NEW EASTERN-IHTJLT FOIVII
Wheeled Ol Cart of very iuper irai ft lbs art
tor plantation use. (Jal2)
CALIFORNIA SUOAR RAISINS
I'M H tTA RTER A WIS XVItY
L -fr lirra, fmh a ad beanliluk gat
M,ii,.MawiMufc a!--.) aj .i.ai sawn mt mm r ' .