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' The Sweet South-Land.
la swsst Booth-land ths oraaf lore to grow.
With deathless bough and bridal bloom of snow;
Tbs Southern river hath an undennoaa
IU liquid laughter braaksth with a toss
Of loo lost, love-sweet voice, distant beard.
And beta at mttatght stags the tM'-klnsI bird.
Half sad. half glad.
Tbe rlrers ftysr. ' ; ' ' 1
, la sweet Bosita-lansU .
Where- mosses grow ;
i ! i Or lad.
My song ant no
Most wad when tbs Hoata wind softly blow.
f lo swsst Boatbvland tbs rosss wear a tsar; : -
1 Tbs purpla frsp drop for tbs fallow-deer;
j Beneath tbs pioes tbs crnsbsd vanillas tell
Wfcer spotted fs wb dutb trace tbs dewy dell :
4 And here tbs Cypress, with bis grasa-grsea plums.
i Sinks to bis bars brow knees. In bee; aad gloom.
HaU sad. fcalf glad.
Tbs rlrers fl rw,
la swset South-land.
Where mosses g row ;
My eosg moat K
ilatt Bomof where the aseet Hoath breeaes blow.
ta sweet South-land the Druid oak doth spread,
"A ad purest chsplet crowns bis ancient bead
Of waxea pearls of Mystic mistletoe.
That heeds not winter's ball, nor frost, our snow;
Thereto tbs Jasmins clings, with fashion old.' r
And clasps bis rugged arms with wreaths of gold.
Calf sad. half glad.
Tbs rlvsrs flow.
la sweet BouUi-land,
Where roses grow ; f
And. aad . .
t Or glad.
My song must go
Most fellow where the belmy Houth winds blow.
Alabama. August, 1MHU.
A drink for tbe sick Well water.
.When tbe moon gets fall it keeps Ute hours.
.Temperance reformers should turn their atten
tion lo mooej it is alwajs tight.
No true geotlemao will atk a ladj if ber coral
j iwelrj is made of sealing wax.
Theatre are not considered unhealthy places.
tut lou of people end their dajs ia them. -'A
competing hotel oat West raja generously
to another that 44 it s taxi da without arrital."
', I'll Join jou preseatlj," raid the minister to
A young couple, aa be went for tbe church kej.
I Bob Irgeraoll's banner bears the strange derice:
) x-bell air ! "
Stopping a busy ma a oo the street and taking
np bia time ia sioiplj highway robbery. 4
. An imimi .f kfn-vruir-miui tH-chn t is ttpr
I than a pound of explanations after you ham aaid
, I Friendship ia a Teasel that sails aloog ery nice
, iy and prettily oo a calm sea. When there's a
change in the weather it often becomes a cutter.
' Our Uvea are unsown gardens.
Where, as we us ths hours,
j We may grow thorns and brambles.
, . jt grow the rarest Bowers.
Atmospherical knowledge ia nut thoroughly
i 'distributed to our school. A boy being asked.
What ia BitT" vaguely responded, An um
: I With regard to the bill legalizing marriage
with a deceased wire sister, one great advantage
seem to bate been overlooked, via., that a ir?n
Ggay hare two (or perhaps more) wires and only
J A young lady remarked that abe should like
to have bicycle so arranged that she and ber
beau could both ride. Being aaked where ber
follow showld ait, she emphatically replied. : On
iim little wheel behind, of course. And atill
the young meo go on marrying.
Tbe latest shade of hair ia ecru. It isn't exactly
-. browa, exactly ret or exactly yellow, but color
combining softer tints of all three. Of course
ecru hair would be amazingly unbecoming to
ytaisg gentlemen, unless perhaps a stray long
1-Jr or two might look well on their coat collars.
Pbocbxss. In England young gentlemen speak
cf their father ma "gtjreroor," "pater," "the
i crfcrseer," ko. Here we are more civilized. , We
tij ,,dad.M tbe "boas," or "the old man." In
' . .ytii countries they say "father ; " but they
" are always behind tbe age.
- They say thai Masonic emblems were dis-
Dtered under the EgypUan obeliak when tt got
ready to emigrate to America. We don't doubt
it. It is a very old order.: What prophet was
1 who aepiied for a charter we don t know bow
. i .
a any hundred years ago, wl
ben be said tome-
wbing about "a lodge in a garden of cucumbers?"
"lienrj is so practical ! " said Mrs. Toung
wife. "Wksa mother weal into, the country
lass vsar Lleorw sent ail ber things after ber tbe
. very next day ; be said she might want some of
' then, you know, and its kind of funny,' she
wenloo, M mother did want them, lor sne naa
'nerer come back to lire with as since. Wasn't
it queer? "
The Jlaine' experiment of offering rewards to
'boys (or successful farm work ia to be imitated in
.Vermont. Two of tbe trustees of tbe Stale uni
'reraitj bare of&red $150 in prizes to boys not
'over seresteen years of age for tbe best crops of
. potatoes and sora on ooe-eighth of an acre. Tbe
tSaiaUiju American thinks tbe practice is a good
"one, and might be wisely adopted witb benefit to
. "cor agricultural interests aa well as to the boys.
1 ' President Seguier never spared the lawyers in
hi ou rt," and some of bis remarks concerning
tfcem were qaite in the ravage rein of Czar
- Peter. Wbeo the docket was called one day a suit
; ijras aajaed where neither advocate was present :
2tC2oon with i the ease," said the president
! sleefully ; Now we have a chance of getting
lb irutb." On another occasion, where only
v; swid was present : Let bim argue both
' ila," raid Said Seguier, setting himself in bis
titair, Begin now lor the plaintiff."
A Cambridge mother sent ber small boy into
ibe country, and after a week of anxiety has re
call Uue JeUer t 'l got here all right and for-
i o4 to -write before ; it is a very nice place to
' taYe fan. A feller and 1 went out in a boar, and
ia boat tipped over, and a man got me out and
. aras so full of water I didn't know nothing for
a good long wbil. The other boy has got to be
' Juried when they find bim. His mother came
ros CfesWee, and abe cries all tbe time. - A boss
Ucke4 me over and I bare got to have some
fioney to pay doctor foe fixing mj bead. We
i re gaing W set aa old barn oo fire to-n'gbt, and
aaoull smile if we don't bare bully fun. 1
jsat my -wateb and I am very sorry. I shall
bring home some mudturklea and 1 ahall bring
borne a tame woodchuck if 1 can get "em in my
j trunk-" t
Tboee boys of mroe, as Sir.' George Co'ppin
f jails bis patxoos ia the 6d. gallery, i cmart
I fujung Tiaeal.' There is a good bit of dry and
( pjiai humour amongst some of them. ' Tbe
f imf they throw in a gag now and again is really
. nosing. I think 1 told tbe yarn about tbe re-
fjj aai of ' tbsun made when Mrs. Emm4 Britdeo
entwrg one Sonday at the BoyaL She was do-
ej a acnt oi senumeniaj qaesuoning, ana asxea
tin scian manner two or three times, Why
I bora ? Why was I bora ? wbeo a Mgod'
,Grje, out, amid the silence, "1 give it up,
uEama." "Well, on Saturday night, wbeo 'Sen-
4t2e to Death was being played, old Iloyley
.&3ayle, in a sort of husky whisper, says, "The
Botia aha? I hare them. What shall I deoo
witb tbem ?" when a greedy, grimy-faced young
cUtrvb replied, "Sling .'em up here, old man,"
Ihia was too much for the bouse, and there was
,a jraeral roar. MtUxmrne Weekly Times.
VOL. XXV-NO. 15.
FROM OCR OWN" CXiRRESPOXDEXT.
The followiag is the memo, promised bj
Mr. Hill E. McD.
44 TLe Oxlej Forest Plantation Reserve is situate
oo the Brubaoe River, about five miles above tbe
city. Jt comprises 29 acred, and is iifd as a
nursery (or tbe growth of. indigenous and intro
duced plants upon a larger acale than would b
practicable in ibe Botanic Gardens, of which, it
form a branch. Tbe Reserve at present contains
about 20.000 plants f our red cedar CeJrela
Tovna). and a large quantity of other young
forest tree, a great proportion of which are
indigenous, tbe remainder having been intro
duced for growth on tbe cooler portions of tbe
colony, which consist, in a considerable measure,
of elevated . downs or tret-legs plains.. JTbese
young trevs are distributed amongst applicants
residing in the districts where the more ueful tim
bers do not naturally grow, or bare become scarce
through the clearing of the land io tbs progress ol
settlement. Tbe colony' bas. to wittln ' tbe last
week or two been continuously stripped of its cedar
for the purpore ol export to tbe other colonies,
without our deriving any benefit to compensate,
in evrn a small degree, for tb wholesale depriva
tion of valuable property. During 1879, more
than ball a million of feet of cedar in logs were
exported to the neighboring colonies, and as l be
tree is confloed to scattered portions of the coast
scrubs, and is becoming every year more difficult
to obtsio. the Government have at length inter
fered, and levied an export duly, which will at
last afford some compensation tor the loss we suf
fer. A State Forest Bill has also been introduced
into Parliament, which among otber things, will
enable tbe Government to make tbe Oxley Reserve
of more extensive utility, and to establish similar
nurseries in otber parts of tbe colony.
ToVre are seventy-eight varieties bf sugarcane
grown on tbe Reserve, upward of 20 tons weight
of which were distributed last season to ' planters
and others for experimenting to ascertain tbe
kinds best suited for their respective, localities.
Queensland promises to become one of tbe great
sugar producing countries of tbe world. In 1871.
total quantity manufactured was only. 3.762 tons.
Duriag tbe 12 month ended on theSOlb June last,
we not only made what was . required lo supply
our own population, but exported ,11,7,1 . tons a
quaotity which will be mucb exceeded during the
Tbe Oxley Reserve is also used as a nursery.
and propagation ground for numerous' otber eco
nomical plants such as rioe. arrowroot, cassada.
dye-plants, fibre-yielding plant". &c. The distri
butions made are entirely gratuitous. Tbe cost
of supervision and labor is paid for by the Govern-
ment. as well as a comparatively small sum lor
incidental expenses. ' Tbe maiutenance of the
Botanic Gardens and Reserve, and tbe . power ol
of distributing large quantity of seeds and plants
every year, are chiefly derived from a system of
exchange which connects us. witb many. countries
and colonies. Thus, if you in Hawaii send us
itrii" m i case o! your indigenous plants useful.
ornamental, or peculiar only to your country we
immediately make you an equivalent return, in tbe
shape either of tbe seeds or plants of Queensland,
or of tin.se t any otber connlry' with wbicb we
are in communication. 1 will try and send you.
by next mail, a list of plants in the Reserve.
, Walter Hill."
The following recent ' telegrams will interest
our sporting readers :
London. Sept. 14. The great Yorkshire Han
dicap at Doncaster was won by Reveller, Rou
lette second. School Doy tnird. ibe Champagne
Stakes for two-year-old colts and fillies was won
by Ealgai. llaxurka and Angelina ran a dead
beat for the second place.
Londoo. Sept. 15. Tbe race for the St. Leger
Stakes took place to-day. The flag fell to a
capital start at precisely 4 o'clock, at which time
it was raining bard. Robert tbe Devil won
easily by three lengths, with a neck between
Capolata (second) and The Abbot (third). Bend
Or was sixth. Time, 3.32. 5 Tbe weather, was
dread fa 1 ; tbe rain fell in torrents all day, and
the course was terribly beavy.
London, Sept. 16. Tbe Portland Plate, at the
Doncaster meeting, was won by Discount, Peter
second, and Combuadoon third. Tbe Juvenile
Staks for two-year-olds was. won by Macaroon.
Tbe winner 'was ! bought ' by1 " Gretton lor 500
guineas. Tbe Rous Plate for two-year-olds was
woo by Lord Roseberry'e chestnut filly out of
Czarina.' 1 The raee for the Lancaster Cup was
won by Dresden China, Edelweiss second. School
boy third. , .
London, Sept. 18. Han loo. had abort spin
on the Tyne yesterday. lie rowed a clean and
powerful stroke, and bis action was much freer
than on Thursday. Us says he is gradually
recovering frointhe effects of sea -sickness.
Chieaso Sept. 18. The appearance of Maud
S. oo the track: to trot against time for $2500
was tbe sia&l for hearty applause. Her first
heat was merely, made to warm up, and, a she
left ber feet several rimes, it wa made in 2.20,.
The first -oaarter- of ber second heat was made
steadily in 33 j , and she then was let loose for
ber best speed, making tbe baif in l.04j. Her
driver sped berat nndiminlshedgait to the three
quarter pole, wbicb was reached in 1.3GJ.
Coming home there was scarcely Jess excitement
than when, thai record was lowered in the summer
meeting, for it seemed certain that she would
make the mile in 2.11 at least, but she left ber
feet when but a few yards "from the wire, and
the heat was spoiled. However, the watches did
not seem to agree, those outside of the stand
making ber time 2.10 to 2-11, while tbe time
announced by the judges was 2.11 J.
Chicago, Sept. 17. M the JockeyClub Park,
to-day, the first event was a stallion race, free for
all, for a puree of $1000. - .Booesettan was a
strong favorite, and although bard-pushed by
Voltaire, woo the last three beats, Voltaire taking
second, money,' and Hannis coming in third.
Time : 2.2GJ, 2.22, 2.22i 2.22., This was a
rery pretty and even race thTooghout," although
llannis was badly out of form. The pacing race
wa las ' moat interesting event of tbe day, the
famous pacing quartet appearing in a race for a
purse of $1000. Some very fast quarters were
made. Mat tie Hunter and Lucy making tbe third
quarter bf tbe first beat in 32 seconds at a 2.08
gait. Tbe race wis driven for ail there was in
;tbo horses, and was thoroughly enjoyable: i Mattie
Hunter came in first, Rowdy Boy second, Sorrel
Dan third,! Lucy .fourth. ... Tima :2J5, 2.16,
2.16, 2.17. Sprague, a five-year-old colt weigh
ing 1300 lbs:, was-fient arull mile for the first
time io 2.28. ; .
Cincinnati, Sept. 21. Maud S. will reach ber
borne a Chester Park to-morrow morning, where
it is understood that abe will remain until tbe
return of Mr. Vandexbilt.he baying cabled Capt.
Stone lo withdraw ber from the turf. - . .
Chicago,. Sept. 18. In the eeventy-five-bour J
walking match wbicb ended this evening, Dobler
made 227 miles, and took the $600 purse ; and
Banks, who was tbe only otber pedestrian re
maining oa tbe track, made 213 mile. '
IE0N TANKS f
EXXIIC.HrL.TKR .MURtr HBW, AND
LS GOOD ORDER. FOR SALE BT
fclllf ' JAMES I. DOWBETT.
v v wr r" v i
JAMES M. MONS ARBAT,
ATTORNEY" AND CODN8ELLOB AT
LAW. Special atteotioo paid to tbe oerotiatior or
Loam, CoDrryancIng and all natters appertaining to Real
Csnmlssloner f Deeds far the State sf Sew Tsrk.
OFFICE-. No. 9 Kaahnmana St. .
' bobolclu, h. I. au21 80 ,
J. M. DAVIDSON,
TTORKET AT LAW. . . ,.
Office, No. 27 Merchant (Street, (orer U. W. Ctor s
Jlrr r.iiitillihrantt.) Homrtoln.-- - -
ALLEN & STAOKPOLE,
.mv-ii.f. 1'iiKTIMlK THE GENERAL.
T MKRCHANDISC sod SHIPPING BC8INB88 at the
above port, where they are prepared to rarnisn me ju.uj cw
brated Kawalhae Potatoes, aad inch other recruits as are
required b whale ships, at the shortest notice and an ths
most reasonable terms. '
(Graduate of McGill College, Montreal.)
LATE PROPESSORef MEDICAL. JURIS
prudence, snd formerly Demonstrator of Anatomy In
the University of Biahop's College. Montreal, Canada, and
for some time Uoose Surgeon in the London Hospital, London,
OFFICE Corner of Hotel and Fori streets, (over Mellis A
HODRS-from 8 fe 10 d. M f 2 to 4, and 1 to S P. Af
NIGHT BELIo J-S juaoij-
DR. E. STEVENSON,'
t-MREK COLLEGE OP HHlKlCIANS
XT OFFICE and Residence, cor. of Chaplain Lane and Fort
street. ' '
RICHARD F. BIOKERTON,
A TTORNEY ASDCOCNSELOR AT LA.W.
r. Will attend the Terms o vouna on w w
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. ET OFFICE, No.
23 Merchant Street, 3 doors from Dr. Stangenwsid s.
my 16 80
G, W. MAOFABLANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
Robinson's Fire-proof Building, Qaeen St., Honolulu, H. I.
IQRfff s ros
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
The Spencer Plantalion, Hilo,
The Waikspa PUnution,
Uuelo Sugar Mill.
Mirrlees, Talt Sc. Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John bay A Co's Liverpool and London Packets,
ap24 The Ulasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. (80
Honolulu, H. I.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO
A LABOR CONTRACTS and
.. General Business Agent.
Office In Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Street. Honolulu. apSO ly
A TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
X NOTARY PCBLIO and Agent lor laaing ci.owito(
menu of Instruments for the Island of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, 11. l.
DR. E. H. THACHER,
DENTIST. WOULD RESPECTFULLY
iDform tbe citisens of Honolulu that he is prepared to
practice his profession in its varied branches, giving particu
lar attention to the PRESERVATION OF THE TEETH, in
troducing the LATEST methods and appliances known to the
In Artiflcial Work Gold, Celluloid and Vulcanite, used for
Base Plates, Makiag Ute afa Recent PateaC for
their successful retention io the mouth.
By strict attention to business, thorough work, and reasona
ble prices, I hope to have a liberal lhare of the public patronage.
OFFICE AND RESDiENCK between Queen Emma's and
Fort Street Church, Beretania Street. mar27 80
H. E. McINTYBE & BBOTHEB, 7
GROCERY AND FEED STORE,
Corner of King and Fort Streets.
o4 79 Honolulu. H. I.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Cent's Supsrior
Furnishing Uooda. XT Benkert's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
alwsys on hand. ,
N. E. Coasts or Foar abo Mssobast Stbsbts. jalO 80
CASTLE & HATCH,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. R. CASTLE,
Will attend all the Courts of tbe Kingdom. Particular at
tention paid to tbe negotiation of Loans, Conveyancing, Col
lecting, etc. XT Money to Loan on Mortgage. OFFICE .
37 Fort Street, over Dillingham A Co's, Honolulu Hawaiian
Islands. Jal7 80
' C. AFONG,
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Qeueral Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Naus
au Street. ja3 80 '
. B. WBIT1IT. J. W. BOSBBTSOB.
WHITNEY & ROBEBTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
STATIONERS. PUBLISHERS. NEWS
DEALERS As. BOOK BINDERS.
JalT 80 Merchant Street, Honolulu. ly
J. M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
DENTAL OFFICE, FORT
corner Hotel, in Brewer's New Block.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers ia Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Fancy Goods, (nolft 79) No. 11 Kaahumanu St.. Honolulu
BBOWN k CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
M. nlHU AMU Sf 1K.11B, 41 WHOLESALE.
Honolulu, H. I.
A. S. CLEGHOBN & Co.,
IMPORTERS 'AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu 8ts. oc4 70
CHULAN & CO.,
I'm p o r t e r s of a nd dba lersin
Of all descriptions, and la all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly oo hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.'
o4 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. 79
' A. .W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
XT Orders entrusted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. 58 Fort Street, Honolulu. (apM 80
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE.
On Fort Street, near David Barrows.
XT Expecial attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear and
Throat. ng 78
E. COOK WEBB, M. D.,
H o im e3 co patTalst,
W ATE CHIEF OF ST A FF HOMECEPA
L4 THIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Iiland, N. Y. Office, 60
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women and chil
dren. . XT OSbs Hssrs-Unta 10 A. M.. I to 4 P. M.
my29 ly qr . , . .
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,'
OUNSELLOR AT LAW.
HUUAND ST. "
FA SmOKA BLE DJIESSMA KER
; j - . .i . 1 !- ...... ...
. Na 129, FORT ST., HONOLULU. sell
: Miss CLARKE, -Teacher
of Vocal & Instrumental Husic.
129 FORT ST. TERMS REASONABLE. " sell
a. i wis.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission ' Agents,
Jy3 80 ' HOX0LTJLTJ, H. I. " '
- ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets. sihl3S01v
DE. H. N. VTNEBEEG. :
(Gold Medallist, ifeOili College, Canada.
Attended the Hospitals devoted to diseases of women and
children while eompteunf his studies In London, England
OFFICE 60 Fort street, next door to the Library. ' Hoars
S to 10 A. 2 to 4 tad 1 to v r. l , ,
ET NIGHT BELL. -C& : sel83m
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
X.A.TE 8TJIIG3BON U. 8. ARMY,
Can be consulted at bis Residence on Hotel street,
between A lakes and Fort streets. se4
JNO. A. HASSINGER, : :
TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG
I meets to Contracts lor Laoor.
Interior Office, Hooolnlu.
' sell 6m
, WILLIAM AULD,
a OKNT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
A. to Csntracts for Labor In the District of Kona, Island of
Oahu. at ths Office of the Uooolulu Water Works, foot ol
S auanu Street. se4 ly
JOHN W.- KALUA,
ATTORNEY- AND COUNSELLOR
sgent to take acknowledgmenbrof instruments for the
Ialsad of Maul. Also Agent to take acknowledgment for
Labor Contracts tor the district or wailnku. aep4 ly
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
M. MJCRUIIASIUISK, .
au28 Queen Street, ' ' Honolulu. 80
t 9. DIOSSOS. '
. BOBT. LBWBB8.
O. M. OOOKB
LEWERS & DICKSON,
BALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
Materials. Fort Street.
A. 0. STANDART, M. D.,
MAKAWAO, MAUI.' ;
:(Jyl7 80) . ; , ; .
JAS. GAY, .
OIIRVETOR. WA1MEA. HAWAII.
J5 N . B. Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
to. jao no tr
A. W. PEIROE & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS. Importers of Genersl Merchandise.
Agents for Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances, Perry Davis
Paia Killer. Pierce's Magnetic Trass, Whalemen's Shipping
List, Ac. Queen Street, uooolulu. (jasttO)
WONG LEONG & CO. -
Craer mf Nusmaa stsid . Marine Streets
Honolulu. H. I. Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes. Hats and Caps. Fancy Goods, etc. Have mlso
constantly on hand, Hawaiian Rice in quantities to suit. Also
China Choice Tea, China Seine Twine, unina buk uananer
chiefs and Sashes, etc. i ;
Ksilua Rice Plantalion, Ksopa Rice Plantation,
and Palama Rice Plantation.
1 HARRISON PEDDLER,
BKH K AND STONE MASONS AND COM-'
- TRACTORS AND B0ILDER8,
, King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs, . .
. : ; . ARE PREPARED !
To Undertake all Kinds of- Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundstions
and Cisterns built, eta., etc. '
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us witb business In our tine. We wish the public to
nderstsnd that all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jyl7 80
Warss ssd Carriage Batldsr, 74 aad 1 KlarSt.,
-Honolulu. (ja24 80) Island orders promptly executed.
' .' J. II. WICK E.
ONE ' DOOR BELOW HOTEL ' STREET.
Furniture of all descriptions made and repaired at reason "
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed.
S. M. WHITMAN,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu. :
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO'"'
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
:; ..!.- JyS 80 . . ;. -i " '
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. 83 Fort 81., opposite E. O. Halt k Son. Honolulu.'
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY
and FINK MACHINERY carefully re-
3 paired in a workmanlike manner.
t2 XT Orders b-ocn the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. ja24 80 ,
O. SBOBLKBS. BBOUSO.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NUUANU STREET, . ,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges, . s
Ha, Sheet Irsa it Cspperwars t
. Kssr COHSTABTLT OB Hsao
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Tin V A K K
GaJTaalzed Irsa aad Lead Pipe,
apl9 80 Iadla Kakser Bsss, kt., kt.
CEO. S. HARRIS.
BHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavy Waaon Work, Mouldiog Bilts, PUning Knives,
Anchors and Anvils re Dai red. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles mads for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,'
ARTESIAN WELL TQOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.. , . j
All Ordert Promptly Attended, to and ,
. . Work Guaranteed. , , j.,, (-.,
tr Shop on the Esplanade. In the rear of Mr- Geo. Local'
Planing MiU. . JuS 80
Contractor and Builder, , ,.)
'PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
. to toe setting of All kinds of Steam Bailers, Furnaces,
' Ovens and Ranges, Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
beigkti Composition Monuments and Head stones,
marble or granite. XT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P. 0. J3t 80
W. E. FOSTER, m!-
r-jSADDLEE aJid HABNES8 1IAKEE,
; J, . t Fort street, next door to T. ; Lack, .;
' ' HBSI8S ABD 8ABDLBs'C0B3TAirTI.T -OS ,Hl.
XT Orders from' the other Islands promptly attended to.X3
: P. DAIsTON, :'
Saddle and Darness maker,
ss S 1 s M MW
Hapie,SiddJe k gbss Leatk-
tr. fvsastaatiy uaa.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. ' anT 80
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,'
, . fiORN,; ! . . ;
Practical CsafeeUoaer, Pastry . Cask : aad Baker,
No. Hot,! street, between Vaaann and Fort.
;J v. e.:b:thomas. ;lr v
BRICKLAYER is BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTKNTlOW PAID TO
Sattins tiMin Rrviwr. rarnsoea. Baker's Ovens snd
Ransea, anA all Undso Heating Apparatus, asm. Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted ta me will be exeea-
ted promptly, aad on reasonable terms. -
- Address through the Post Office. -! fcT
C. C. COLEsVlAn, K
Shop oa King street, next to CasUe Cooks.
! VM. ? JOHUSOfi; n
Mwrekaat Tall'''1 1--"-J
Fort Street, Honolulu. .4 HawaUaA Islaada, 1
OCTOBER 9 1880.
Carriage & W agon
B Urti D Ell ,
Na. 53 KisgM., ppwsite the Stwtlwsi Hsia.
tOT KFPilBI VG D0EAT SB0ET NOTICE.!
.' : au21 U ; ' '
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artiflcial Stone Sidewalks Laid, ,
Ceaentlag la all Its Braaehes, "
WUUBlas, CalsomlBlBg aad Jafthlsg
Promptly attedded to
I'J . ft.--til ' W " ...... ,
Aslestos Steam Pipe aad Boiler CoTerlag, : !
. : . . . . . .j. . !,; . t ?
Done in the best manner and by experienced workmen.
a. .hiui to mribrm work in our line, wa beg to refer tbe
public generally to the residences of His Ex. Sam'l Q. Wilder,
H. H. Ruth Keelikolani and Hon. O. H. Judd. . 1 i. .
XT Leave Order, at 8. I. Burrow's Planing Mill, Fort st.
M ' aeia 8m ' - -
. THOMAS LACK,
Tsyi; lu- cj n x r x s T,
NO. 40 SORT, STREET,
.. a I a. II U SVsk tX
LOCK, GUN 4 GEXEttAL REPAIR USE
He wffl give special attention to oleanlng, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light M aehlnery
aad Metal Work of every description, tSlMKsnsisaiw.it, mm
,; , ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALS CHEAP, ..
A Variety of Sewing Machines)
: Guns, Pistols, Sbet, AmataaltlSB, ..i j .
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Biiiders. and all otber extra and
duplicate parts or Machines supplied on snort notice
XT Beat, Machine Twist, ja
.. : . cdlb aoasT ia ysis dbsdobi roa ,
, Tbe Florence Sewing Machine, from $40 to $80.
White Sewing Machine, from $45 to $75. ' ' !
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, $18 to $35.
Including all extras. tn7 g0
J. M, OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
, Queen street, In Makee's Block, over the V. 8. Consul's
Office, Honolulu, H. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
" " with Galvanised Clues and Thimbles. j
Elaca sf all deeerlwtlwwe made aad reaalred
Thankful for vast patronags, we ars prepared to execute all
orders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner
I HAVE SECURED A
And am Prepared to Carry on this Branch
. of my Business in a manner Satis- j
factory to my Patrons.- -'
OWNERS OF FITiE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call. '
Dorses sent to my King Street Shop will be Faith
1 ... ... ...... flIly attended to.
. Honolulu, April 27th, 1878.
' WW ArfVAai W Si sTXaJ SJ
AUCTIONEER & CQr.ir.llSSIO f.1ERCH'N
1 DEALEB IN
ruADlBS' A KO CENTS' HOSIERY. .
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! !
Ladles, Gents & Child rea's Boots k Shoes, ;
GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS, ' '
Hardware Crockery and 'Olassware, .To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Notions, j
PATENT MEDICIHES. ETC.
30. 32. AND 34 FRONT MTREKT, '
Steam Boilers, ..--.-,:
Furnaces,' . ' ' ;
BRICIC"anclSTONE WORK ;
1 Deite. sn reasoaabie terms. ! ' '-
Address 187 Nuuanu Avenue, or through the Post Office. .
. .. Of the purest imported, strains, and of all Ages, , j (
i. -.41 '..i I.J M .... .
MkatfBKgaai n a . I . i. ' B.SMB.
At ; Moderate .Prices.
Fenoas wlshlag t sUrt with the Best Stock or to 1
maroTe what thej row ban, caa hir i j
,.S; !..,! ,r t aUa. MU:i-ti...ii
dS , Address, . A. HEBBERT, Hawaiian HoteL
n. j. rose; king street,
Tocting'Hi Own Horn ! ' v
HAVING JtrST TUHHED OUT X NEW
8tv le of DUMP WAGON tot the Wasaaaala 8 agar Co.
No one to say one word about it. Something useful for Plan
tations, u earns ia ktss space taas a swowseei ox cart.
Width of hind Urea, 6 inches; front, 4 inches; built light, but
very strong.- Those wishing to send ia targe orders, and -wish
taess got oat oa ante, weou as weii to a w immsaiateiy, or
they mast stand back and wait their turn. . mhlS
j 1 1 1 lj iii . . i : ) ;i '; 1 . . . ".
:- j Fisher's Champagne Cider.
Speak fsr itself
1 i (
J"?fTHs8 IBCTEBACE,' SO WELL KNOWN
M. is this com muaity, can always be found OTX ICC st
Jacob WeU's. Na 61. Elns; street, near (ha Bethel Chore h
) Cy la Oqring tlt hot wasther and cod yourselves. . , , 1
t ni ili.Uti mm -a
WHOLE NO. 1271.
kil r!U3asaxaitrf CarJs.
H0ETH BSITISH AND HEECANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
'' :' ESTABLISHED, 1800
CAPITA tt. 8,000.000
Aeesmslsled and lavrsled Fass, l,09T.i48
mil K UKDERSIGNKO HAVE BEEN A F-
1. POINTED AGENTS for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Eire upon favorable terms.
Risk, taken in anvDart of the Islands on 8tomb and Wood-
SB Buildings, and Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Houses
and Furniture, Timber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without
cargoes or under repair.
. ap3 801 . ED. H9f ESCHLAKGEK s CO.
Fire, and Marine Insurance Co.,
Of NEW ZEALAND.
CAPITAL, I t X . S1O.000.OO0.
WAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
JtJa at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, tbe undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, oa favorable terms. Marine risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, proQU and commiMions.
Iiwssea ftrwmatly adjusted aad payable here.
' mhOSO ' J. 8. WALK KB.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ii 4. i ' : OF HAMBURG.
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, FCRNI
turs and Machinery insured against Fire on the most
' JAEGEH-Agent fi.r the Hawaiian Islands.
. ; 1 Ja3 80
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS., GO.
:i OF VVINTERTI1UR.
fllHE UNDERSIGNED ARK AUTHORIZED
: M.... ... , , . TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
, l: : Frsni Hwnelwlw.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
! ' ' r - AND UPON
COASTERS. BY SPECIAL, PERMISSION
On the moat Favorable Terms.
J. 8. WALKER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
(. : G. WALLER,
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks.
KlflU STREET, HONOLULU.
Home Fed Turkeys.
GK WALLER, Proprietor,
. . , ' HOTEL & UNION STREETS.
sTlHOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
Herds. Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, tc. furnished to
Order.. Shipping supplied on short notioa.
' WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
: 1 .
EST Q.UALITV OF PAI Al MANUFACTURED
All orders filled with dispatch.
K. II. BAII.KY,
KAUPAKUEA PLANTATION SUGAR
1 NOW COMING IN,
FOR . SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS
m neen transierrea to
. . 4-i r
T. W. RAWLINS.
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
Jill Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOAP always oa hand.
Will buy beef, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
consignment. 01 tne same from tbe other
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
R. LOVE & BBOTHEB, Proprietors,
3 1 LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD.
a . an
ways on band and made to order.
Also, Ff ater. Soda and Butter Orackern
'' JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice. I
FAUTLT BREAD, made of the Best Flnnr. b&knl Hail, .nd I
always on nana. . , )
If. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
il'" ' Hilt'
Guests "Entertained on Either
the' American or European
" ' !i "'" Plan.
Is an Adjunct to the HoteL
Rooms with Board... Two Dollars and a Half per day
Reoma with Board... Three Dollars per day
Booms without Board. .....One Dollar per day and upwards
Cottages la Coaaeetloa witb tbe Hotel at Special
,,r ,j 1 ; Kates.,
7 . . A. HERBERT. Prwprietwr.
0 - 0
. s- 3-
oa? . ar. s
jb a- r- -t
1 5-3 a S
. El L.
. . . . -Zoi-'ao"
TO PLASTERERS & DUILDERS !
5 in qoastities to suit, and at reasonable rates.
Pi 6. BOX 49.' '' 1 ' HUGH MACKAY,
Jy3' ";,J "' Proprietor of the Hoaoiula Tannery.
-' UNION SALOON,
1 ., MERCHANT 8TBEET, HONOLULU.
Choicd Ales, "Wines, Liquors, Cigrars, &c
noYAL HOTEL. '
rjSTABL.SHED 183.' CHOICEST WINES,
SmlA 4 LK8 4- LIQUOA8 la the Market, AT CASH PRICKS.
te21 ly "80
Firlslcs on Cane fields.
rAHE( IJNDERSIONKP, AOKJfTS fwr Ibw
iTSIOX FISE ITfD BlKLTfE LSrHlXCE COMP'T
Of K.w Zealand ars authorised to accept Firs Risks on Su-
gar. Crops ia the field. f For particulars, spply to
" WM'. G. IRWlli Sc CO.
:&9 'W! ,i Ji ' ' Afenta ibr Hawaiian-Islands.
i . -1 1 - ( . i s
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
Xlatosj ox Advortisjini
2 ni. 13 m. I 0 m
6 Line, (half Inch)., fl (K f 2 00 f 3 00 00 1 S 00
li Liura, (one inch), i 1 60, S 00 4 00 ' 6 00, I 00 1
Oi I i.. rinlnrhu 9 till IMt IM1 1 &0, 10 00 1
Stf Un. (three do ). 3 00 5 00 7 60 10 001 1 00: IS 00
48 UtH-a. (four lo ). 4 00 S 00 10 00 18 001 IS 00 1 t& 00
Quarter Columu.... i fl 00 10 00 14 00 18 00 30 00 J 40 00
Third CiMiiun. ...
II Mlf Column
Whole Column. ...
8 00 12 00 It) 00 22 00, 36 00, (0 00
12 00 18 00 24 00 SO 00! 46 00 It 00
118 00 30 00 46 0076 00,100 00 160 00
XT Advertisers residing In tb. Eastern United States, can
pay for their cards by enclosing Greenbacks or United States
Postage Stamps for such smount as they wish to pay and tbeir
cards will be Inserted as per above table, for the tima paid for.
XT Buainess Cards, when rasrain ros a Tsaa, are
allowed a discount from these rstrs, which ars for transient
advertisements when paid or charged quarterly.
Single copies of the Adtkstisks. Ten Cents 1 when charged
Fifteen Cents; by tbe docen. One Duller.
Contractor and Builder,
PI a ni xi c
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufactures aU kinds si .
Moildlngs, Brackets, Wladow iTastes, Sat.es, Doors
Bliads and all Mads of Woodwork nun.
TURNING AND SCROLL XAWJAU.
All kinds of - '
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATlUTiUluv,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islsnds solicited. - - -Honolulu,
May 3, 1878. " "
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor,
CORNER FORT HOTEL STS.,
And other. wiahiDE Saddle florae., (for Ladle, or Gentlemen.)
Carriage Horses. Bioile or Double Teami, o., csn be furnish
ed with the same at any Iwur of the day 01 night.
JUST RECEIVED a large aad raesay
FOUR HORSE PLEASURE WAGON,
Capable of comfortably accommodating ples.ure parties Wlb
ine to visit the Pull. Wwlklkl, Kapwlwnts), or
otber points ol interem ou the Island. Competent Drivers
furnished when desired. '
Particular care and atteution given to the boarding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, as my Ruble has rapacity for comfortably
stabling fifty horrca.
Reasonable Rate, and gatisfariion fluaranieed In ell trans
action, with me.
Give Me a Call !
Tnlie lVotioo I
J. & cTlawe's
BKTilKL HTRKKT, NEAR KINO.
171 AIM U FACTU RE RS
3I0MMKTS, ' .
Tl BLKTS, 911 It. BLE JIAVTKLS,
H ASIISTIU TOPS, aad
Tiling In Whito & Dlack Marblo,
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest PoKHiblo KutOH.
Monamfuts and HeadtonrH C'lraord and Beset.
Orders from the other I. land, promptly attended lo.
ae28 V. II. REED. Agent lor Hilo.
Cash Onljf !
Don o CC f)
Full Suit to Order, $26.50,
Made from Good, Substantial
All Wool Csissiiticrcs !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
- OF superfine' - ' V'' ..'
AND. I (1- . l i ...
' .i- . i : .
; i . ' . a-
DRESS & BUSINESS YVEAR,
AT MODERATE PRICES. '
Boys' Clothes, . : !
a At Low ficarssi
tAOIES' RIDING flBITSt
ju2Gly H. S. Til EC LOAN.
IT I E E ! !
Xaeaeale k Irfcsa Safes.
1 . . . . ' : .1; t-..
Flre-prssf, Fire k Barglar Proof, k Bartlar Proof,
smaller sin constantly on Itand. ' ' 1 ,
Orders for Larpe Sizes Filled at Shortest Kotlco.
Old Safes Takea la Exthsnge.
Babcock's Fire .Extinguishers I
miFPA 1 A era 1 ra ' i
Platforn, Dsraaat, aid Conblaatloa Kosss Scales I
(CT For Prices and Circulars, write to' 11 ' ' s
CO. BEROER. ,,,
General Agent Ibr the Hawaiian Islands. -
-:.- J ,. I. . Air
The Honolulu Cook-Olndory,
DOES BJlIDIirOof AIL DESCBaTTTOHS
The Work azeeoted at this BstabkshmeaA b wadst the
suoervisioa of AUL JOHN L. RKIM.wboia w.U-knowq aa.
an experienced workman, and cannot As utrjaxttd.
Work Done ait Lowest Rates
' WUITNET ft BOBKRTSOK,
StaUoners, PubUihen, News Dealers and Book-SladerK
.., -t.i j . !,.. v . i. , i 1 r ;.