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A Rmpolc or Tiger Fight. Malay
Courage and During
A Sin n-rtr j-mrii-t!, Th- Strait Timri,
rN'-iv-f by !."t niill, j,'iv-t artiu!ar- f
on- of tli. -xtr.or'lifiry rrnf.at- witli f r-ocioii-
wil l -at f r wll ri t!i; Mtay ar'I
Javaiu". ar fmou- Tin IluniJi i- utu
ally a part f m? notable public elcbra
titiu lu tUt instance r-latctJ, it twit plat-cat
Knlirl. mi tins j:ca.-ion of the opening of
tk new railway Iiu fnn Keliri to rioura
baya. A grc it muititu k- ba l aw-mbleil, a
ban ! of warrior- wit! i.ar- hi hand formal
& juare :
In th iiii'Ut f tU -ia.ir ibt l t
nil n.krrv pn or r.i h wLi b contain 1 t-o
it tiK''''1 wi n puthiT. ont of which
WMutU'k i.n.r t a nt mt U& r iu
Hoou thr brV' iu wU th' ir pjwaram-e with
Llnirt.-i oa nl hjrp kri-.-"4 in -abbx.l-i, who
bin.! an ofwU.incf-. anJ th n ou f thftu, t'Ic
iuo lb -.U lin'.l H.r of th ftrit u. thri it on
th Kf'U-J with charai-Uriwtie cHlntH!4. Th thrf
tun. i'iiittu. mii-l" anotheT oli-i.rue, an. I
KrifclnaUy r-tir-l. After thin, by of a lon
rup?. th tp !i't fti'l? w.vIU. of thin n, fix-l
with HtJk in th Kruau.l. wi re drawn awiy,
aoil the bliw li pinthrr l.y b (rnri-lcHH ht-for
thiiitinl4 f ryr tbrirtfil on it."
Th creat hla:k panther CTourhed low for
a while, with hit urn!? touching the taml j
of the arena, hi- llerce t-yt-" KI"f,ls al
array of hi.- numerom enemies, ami theu he
la.theI to anl fn liU iowerful tail, anl
rail a clou ! of du-t around him. Now
there U a cry from the ranks of the n-iuare,
and a .speedy pre-ientation of spears, as the
terrible animal U p-paring to spring. He
crawl.H forward 'ike a eat approaching his
prey ; and then with a roar a great black
iui4 leap into the air, and descending up
on the watchful men, is received ujhmi ser
ried points of numerous spears, and is slain.
Oue great tiger burst through the armed
line, with a long spear sticking in his aide,
and caused immense consternation among j
the unarmed multitude, but was pursued ;
and despatched by three warriors ; and an- i
other tiger that liad met the spear thrusts, '
and recoiled wounded, ami lay-growling j
savagely within the arena, was sprung up- i
on by a single, active bold warrior and
slain. One Javanese in his determined de- i
aire to kill a wounded tiger, rushed upon it j
and deiatched it with his kriss, but not be- .
fore the dying tiger ' bit out a piece of the
calf of the slayer's leg."
The rampok, or tiger light is for the Ma
lay and Javanese ieople, what the bull fight
is for the Spaniard., and the horse race is
for Knglish and Americans, an expression
of the national spirit for courage, high
actiou, and iossibIe danger.
The rampok is denounced by certain Eu
ropeans, as having an Immoral tendency,
and as not Very complimentary evidence :
of the disposition of the ieople, among '
m whom as favorite public sports, they enjoy ,
"a popularity like that of hor races among
the Knglish." This is carrying a certain
sentimentality rather far. Tigers abound j
iu Java, Sumatra, and the Malay Peninsu- ;
la. It was stated a few years ago in Sina-
re journals that when that island was
very largely a wild Impassable jungle, that j
the loss of human life, in the settlements,
averaged more than one per day. or about
4tM men and women, killed and devoured j
by tigers, on the island of riingaiore in one
year ! And surely the eopIe should make
war on the tiger in every way ; but it is
objected, that the slayiug of them should ,
not be made a sport. J
This dangerous sport, the rampok, leads
us to a few rellectlcns. The Malay-Javanese
races maintain It. Mu.t there not be I
among such jwoptc. multitudes of men,
train. I to take part in such sport, who have
a high development of muscle and nerve?
Who won 11 like to meet the spring of a ti
ger. ven with a spear in hand? Such sports
ahouUl maintain the vigor of a race ; and it
will not seem reasonable that a people who
delight in, and encourage a tiger light,
have not the energy," asourKoyal Ha
waiian Commissioner says, to establish
themselves "as a social or iIitieal force."
Of course, the training for a tiger tight, will
not qualify men to be bankers, planters, or j
good traders; any more than the training j
of llawallans to be siear-throwers, surf- ;
riders, precipice-leapers and dhers, would j
qualify them for tho-. iaceful ami pnxluc-
tive avocations. Hut considering a race, as i
created ami apiointed by Providence to j
liave a place anil fulfil a mis.-ion iu the j
world, it will le well for it to maintain the i
xerriseof whatever promotes its vi'ality j
and manliness. And It is well for the Ma- j
lays an 1 Javanese that they maintain the
rampok : and it is a misfortune for Hawaii- j
aus, that they have leeii induced to give up
the practice of all their ancient athletic ,
SmLL l'ox I t'uu :v.o. Si him Ir.-l -r-iis
were aooin;it-.l mi th ."th I-c-iiier. The !
medical authoritir h re st ite tint i-rsoiis me j
to the Health l:lkl? rvery d iy uflll. t. .1 with I
small po and apply tor u-liui-iou to tiie p.-t-honse.
Thr rrport is fr-rlr tr. ul.it.-.l t -m'bt
that San Krancisco has rst-ibli-hed a q'i.ua.iitiue
aTinst t'bicao. The t hief laetlirul otli.'t r bt-re
sayg thit he h.is no ortl.-ial information to thnt
erfei t. and iu casn it is s". the only thitii: CUtv-.i,'o
r in ib U t, inarantine u' iiii-t NVw ork. A
despatrb frora St. Inis savs F. W. Hatch, the
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tiei rtary of the taiirortiri lioar.i oi iicauu.
writes t tht St. Louis Health t'onmiis-iii r
,thit th it Stiit h.s n quar:intint 1 Minst
Chicago, und that triiin.s on the f. ntnl n
Kailroad have tritrwIn--il 1.111.1II -x in tive
counties along the line iu California, and in
every case the ili-wii.-.- can ! traie.l to Chicago
arrivals. La St. Louis th r-is a terra t th ai of
small pot, tenty-six cases b in,' reported frura
qnarantine. In relation to this despatch, the
Chicago authorities say they have no official in
formation of the fact of it U in true, and they
su-e inrline.1 to d.mbt it. They s;iv. however, if
San Francisco qniirantiue ach'"' Chicago. th n
they will quarantine a;iin.-t New Vork. out of
necessity. The small pox is. imb ed. v.-ry prev
alent here, an.1 has recently broken out in many
tWt-cUss localities. Two thousand 'OpIe w re
acciaatrd at the Health Office here t.-dav. and
there were 3'J deaths from the horrible dise ase
last week. A small pox epidemic is feared, and
there is a genuine scare.
VOL. XXVI-NO. -27.
Oath's Picture of Gaiteau.
A wil 1, fierco tnftn, with a certiin briTt-rj of
character, uch a l'xlU, tuiLt excite tl.e antiu il
intrrmt by his wilJoess : but thi Jaf-tarJ. wlio
kille 1 without oEente, and fur no purpe lfjood
the filthiest thirst for not jriety, merited neither
curiosity r.or raf. I detected him in an instant
alter I cntcrci the rxo. though he at among
many other people in the mio kind of a chair,
and without any railing, of5cer or anything to
e Je hiui in. I oherte-J a sort of stubbed bead
ol hair rather brittly, f t w toward the front,
and rather flit in the back corncre. encleanly
lookmz. half-bKrUb. Under this hair was a
nasty kio. a little like a corpue, with s..me red-
dmhncsf oterpreadin ita generally jellowisj
d iuipnew. The face was rather l ng and jear
haped. Around the chin was a considerable
q jantity of brownish beard, yet without any
warmth in it sandy hair. The hair, tbe skin
and the beard all acemed to be duty and damf
ened. as tbouzb out of Mine eraevard. The
peraairatioo of thia man arpeare-i to be at fault.
There waa nothing woeful in bit face, though it
wan wo'Sb. In the middle of bis forehead waa
a deep, tarjing wrinkle, the principal i20 to me
of ftrohaM do-aTioz mental faculties. It if
generally mkI that a depression between the cyea
how a memory well e-jae. In this case it waa
a deep depression, with a sort of wrinkle attach-tn-
ot to it. which was aziUted right and left.
like his Sitting eyes, which bad a aharpneM
about them, but not much rest, except at trie
times when something occured to excite his
vanity. If you were to meet this man, small as
he l'k lobe in body, in a lane somewhere, or
in the woods, you would go past ery quickly,
and might wonder as you past biin whether be
i a little craiy or Tery wicked. A a friend
described to me, be was one of those men who
always wanted to do something that was not the
thing to be done. 1 judge that he belongs in the
number of that large tribe of ill-balanced Ameri
cans who think that to publish a book of any
kind is a lofty pursuit, even if do one reads tbe
book but the author, while to be on a salary of a
newspaper, and serre one's day and generation,
is rattier beneath human intelligence.
I looked at this man again and a (rain, but
never with any increasing interest, merely won
dering how to set be (ore my mind and the public
a little of the wondering which was in his coun
tenance. Iiy this I do not mean more than that
imething seemed to drive the man oo and on,
from point to point. Irom thought to thought,
and let him rest nowhere, aa if a voice waa al
ways crying out, " Move on ! " whenever be
halted. If you were to take your eyes off him a
few vuinutes. and would bring it back, be seems
to have gone a hundred miles since you looked at
him before. That rapd, nervous bead had drawn
bim through great periods of space and of agita
ting suggestions, lie could not any more pause
than a mad dog, ever wanting to drink, ever
frightened at tbe pool, ever snapping, ever dash
ing on. I asked myself the question, if be waa
crazy, and il looked to me very probable. The
observations of persons 1 know who have seen
much of Guiteau since the killing is to the effect
that be is not cognizant in mind.
An Impertinent Attorney-General.
The following incident took place in the
Parliament that assembles at Melbourne,
Australia : " Mr. Vale, the euave, soft-tongued,
and gentle-mannered Attorney-General, contri
buted quite a Dew feature to the debate. Hap
pening to eepy ir John O'Shanassy paring his
finger-nails, wiUi tbe gentlemanly courtesy which
is so prominent a feature with biin be expressed
the hope that Sir John would make himself pre
sentable elsewhere, and not make the House a
plaoc in which to clean bis person. It is hard to
believe that a man can be Attorney-General, and
fool enough at the same time to deal in trivial but
irritating personalities of this sort ; but the late
Attorney-tijneral is a queer compound made up
chiefly of a too conscious smartness, an unveiled
outspokenness which is meant to stand for
hooesty but sometimes fails its mark and an
egitiniu which ia simply phenomenal. Sir John
was of course greatly exasperated by the mon
strous impertinence, and did not faifeno show it.
He is do way remarkable, that 1 am aware of,
for the Ifienseanen of life, but be is Sir Charles
(j'mndisun himself in comparison with Mr. Vale.
The incident is thus commemorated by tbe
local poet :
Sir Jvibn, according to nwsppr tlr,
ft paiicg tbe rim of hi finger nU.
VI Lea Mr. VaJe, so uicm ana refined,
f rit shucked t Sir John's Indelicate miu J
And iUrH sad shuddered, and aeeiusd to suppose
Tbt me tlbrr eight he'd sttsnd to his toe ;
And. thrrr(.ru. la t utare he hoped he' d tblnk uiset
To clean tip his body ere taking his seat.
At tbts I L Smith (ruin .JulituJe ceased.
And jmued In hi boots and called Vale "a beast,"
An.! lbs member fur Belfast a little bit meeker
.. op on his corns, and appealed to tbe Speaker,
Tbe Speaker, with that intellectual grace
WLi. b stu on his pale midnight oll-burnlDi? face.
Said huw It was conduct Improper of Vale's
Ts As np a grievance with other men's nails ;
And Vale then explained that he thought It bat fair
That members tould nut do their tolllete work there
And thru Mr. Vale, thes words having said.
frl t f.T fire minutes at acratrhlug his head !
Curious Libel Suit in West Australia.
The foIIwing particulars of a libel suit, which
we clip from the South Australian Chronicle,
very much resemble one now pending in our
Hawaiian Court :
Pfcrrit, July 1. At present there is one
topic exclusively absorbing public attention the
arproacbing trial of the proprietors of the
lnpurer new-paper on a criminal informaiion for
libel laid a -ainst tbem by the Chairman of Com
mittees of the Legislative Council. The West
Australian newspaper, which is under the man
agement of tbe Chairman of Committees of the
legislative Council (an officer not ol the Gov
ernment but of the li juse), took the matter up
(certain expenditures) , and an article appeared
in tht journal following up a speech ol Lord
Giffr J. Shortly afterward Sir William Robin
son caused a doepatch, which be addressed to the
Secretary of State, to be published in the I ssu
p-ijsrs, in which he said that the joMii.m of
Ciiainuan of Committee in regard to the West
Australian would probably cause the uttei
nnces of that journal to have such an effect up in
the public mind that, for the credit of bis Ad
ministration, he felt it necessary to refute tbe
allegations which bad been brought against his
former rule. It would appear, from what has
subsequently leaked out, that in Sir William
Ilobinsou's opin on, the gravamen of the cLarge
against him was that, during tbe years in ques
tion he had forgotten to Uke into calculation
civil Iir and interest and sinking fund on loans.
The article in diepute will hardly bear this in
terpretation, the charge being rather, bj far a I
can tnake out, that. Dot the Governor, but the
Council, forgot to take these suma into account.
However, the other newspapers of the colony,
very j-aloua of the position which the West
Australian takes, were apparently only too de
lighted t pick up tbe Governor's quarrel, and
one of them, tbe bvfutrcr, at last went so far, as
to aseert that the Chairman of Committees, in
l.is rijacity aa editor of the IVm Australian.
h id been guilty of a wilful and malicious lie.
The result was, of jourse, an immediate prose
cution in the Police Court, and tbe committal of
the proprietors of that paper. Tbe Attorney
General has found a true bill against the defend
ants, and baa given a brief it Mr. Burl, who
prosecute the Messrs. Stirling 00 behalf of
HONOLULU." HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 31. 1SS1.
.k rvn-n t the next Criminal Sessions, whic
11 1- 1 .1 1 i . v,i,w nf n few davs. It i
Will C nv . .
orenlv stated that the Governor eytnpathise
with 'the Mosrs. Stirling, the proprietors of tbe
Jnuirer, and that be has done bis best to try
auvi in- . aa f
... iri..i.f t!,.a U true or not I cannot say
but a great deal of mystery baa been made about
the matter, ana it nas uctu lun'y .
that all sorts of extraordinary revelations are
a i A . f ika isml
likely to he made during tue course oi uc
11. 07:.. 1. f'.tnni.il Treasurer, will. I am
told, appear for the dolence ; and probably the
5-peaker, tl.e leader 01 me u wimiuu, . --"j
members ol Council, lor the prosecution. Th
.t ufr.Je im in realitv. a mere storm in a tea
cut., and derive its interest simply from the fact
of the prominence of the parties concerned, as
also Trom the extreme amusement caused by the
ingenious device of making the Crown jrostcuie
in a case trhrrcin ine uocernor ts u-uu -v
vatuse very strongly utth the dejendants
whether on just grounds or not t wnnu y
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney n.t XjW,
&,M,t 13 Kwahunaauu Street
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IM I'OKTKHM AM W IIOI.KS I.K lKA Le
ersinClotbiof.Bos.sb.s. Hata. Men's rarmsh.ng and
r.oe Oood.. onl) No- U Kaahumana St.. Ilooululn
H. E. McINTYRE k BROTHER,
CSKOCEKV AXD FKKO "ORE.
Corner of King and fort streets.
jul St Uonolola. 11. I.
J0HN S. McQREW, M. D.,
A.T-E HUllOEON U.
Can be consulted at his Beiilence on Hotel iireet,
beteeen Alakea and Fort streets. Jant 81
clacs urates ku
vs. fl lawis
WM. Q. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
HONOLULU, II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Of all deacrlptlons. and In all kinds of Dry Goods. Also.eon-
stantlr on nana, a aopenor Mu.uij
jinl Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. '
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION UKAaKK..
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
. in m. frnm the other iilanus will ne
prompt.y attended to. 52 Fort Street. Honolulu. Ijanl 81
C. H. CUOII
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lswsas & Dicksom)
KAISERS IN LUMBER tNOBLILDIXO
au7 Materials. Fort Street. 81
IM PORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in Oeueral SJerchandiie Fire-pronf ?tore, Nona
nu 9treel. 81
BROWN & CO.,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINKd AND 9PIRIT9, AT WIIOLKSALK.
Hercbantstreet, IjaalSl) Honolulu, U. I.
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
AUCTIONEER. Khlw. IIwall. Sales
of Heal Kitate. Jood and Property of every description
att-nded to. CommiHions moderate. my iy
ERCII A NT T AILOR. 38 FORT
Honolulu, U. I-
AG ENT TO T ARE A C K N O W I.EHCM E NTS
i .nmri. fnr Labor in the Diatrirt of Kona, Island of
Oahu. at the OlBce of the ilooolma Water Worke. toot ol
Nuuanu Street. jaioiaj
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
GENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGE
1 meots to Contracts lor Labor.
Interior Office. Honolulu.
JOHN W. KALUA,
a TTORNEV AND COUNSELLOR
Sirenl lo take acknoalolgments of inttrumenia for the
1.1. ...1 tj u.iii iiui Aihii to take acknnw!ed(tnent for
Labor Contracts for the District of Wailuku. janl 81 ly
4 TTORNEV AT LAW. NO. 32 MERCHANT
,' STREET. CORN EH OF FORT STREET.
Honolulu. February 26th. 1981. 128 ly
A TTORNEV A ND COUNSELOR AT LAW
A. NOTARY PUBLIC and eot for taking Acksowledg
m'nu of Inatrumentt for the Island of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumana Street. Honolulu. II. I. Ifi so
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
TTORNEV ANDCOUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will .itvn.l the l erms of Courts Oa the other l.lan'la
Money to lend on Mortrfaera of Freeholds. XT OFF1CK, No.
21 Merchant Street, 8 doors from Ir. Stangenwald's.
IU J IV ov
E. H. THACHER.
JBI xa. x s o o xx. o xx t i a t
ENT A L OFFICE. H 1-2 Frl Street.
uext d--or abore Dickson's I'hoti jraph Gallery, jilbl
A. S. CLEQHORN k Co.,
MPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
. KKTAIL DKALKRS IN
Corner Qaeen and Kaahumanu Sis.
S. WI1TXKT. ' w- KOSSKTSOS.
WHITNEY k ROBERTSON,
.Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
-stationers. News Dealers. Pubbahers. aT..l li.iok h:n.l-rs.
N.s. 14 aoJ 21 Merchant Stivet. II m':ulu. II. I. j 51 lyl9
WONG LEONG k CO.
Career sssss sad Marlse Mreel.,
Honolulu. H. 1. Dealers in Dry tiooua. Clot bine. Hoots
and r-h.e. Uu and Caus. Fancy Gools. etc. line also
constantly 00 hand, Hawaiian Rice in quantities to uit. Also
China Choice Tea, China Seine Twine, Cbica Silk Uandker.
chiefs a 11 Sashes, etc.
Ovenern of Jo-inui Swjar Flwttation. Molokni
A grals Kailua Rice Plantation, Kaopa Rice Plantation,
and Palama Rice Plantation. jlu 1
E. COOK WEBB, M. D.,
XX o xxx o co T rv X lx i t .
I ATE CHIEF OF STAFF HOMEtEPA
aL TIllC HOSPITAL. WarJ'a Island. N. V. O Bice. 60
I ort street, special attention to diseasts of w Jinen and chil
dren tr Ofllre II aa re Until 10 A. M.. 2 to 4 P M.
jal 8 u,r
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
V TTORNEV AM) COI'NSKLLOR AT
LAVS. Special attention Iwid to the nrgulialir.fr of
Loans, Conrryancirg and all ra alters appertaining to Real
NOTARV PUBLIC and
CsamlslssrT sf Deed fsr the State sf w York
OFFICE No. 9 Kaahumanu St.
osolcxc. a. i. janl 81
NEW LAW OFFICE.
C. JONKS. (Afksi .tusrsrr ana . aaa-
1 1 s-'lior at Law and General Lana Agent and Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the aeseral Islands in the Kir.;
dom. Office, oer Allen 4t RWinson's. Queen Street, Hono
ulu, II. I.
SURVEYOR. WAIMEA. HAWAII.
H. eurveya of imiiortacre on other Islands attended
to. )3 'si If
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLULU. U. I. JSlly
CHAS. T. GULICK,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO
LABOR CONTRACTS aod
Ceneral Business Agent.
Offli-e In Makee's Block, cr.rner Qaeen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu. janl-81 ly
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
O. 48 KING STREET. HONOLULU.
Transitions of either of the above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my 21 ly
IMPORTER and JOBBER
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS.
At Great Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
CjLi'i-ijijiro Work', Sco.
jan 1 t?hop on King street, next to Caatle & Cooke.
SIGN A1TD SHOW PAINTERS
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A p. 2. 3ro.
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x. r. SOBIMSOK.
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Ll'MUKKtnd all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oi's. Nails, Ac, c.
SOKNTS roR bOBOOXEKS '
MART ELLEN, '
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Fort Street. Honolulu. -Jml
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER & DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St., Honolulu, jan 1 8
(Successor to P. Dalton)
No, OS Kin S wtroot.
SADDLE & H ARNESS MAKER tind Im
porter of LEATHER and f ADDL KR'H HARDWARE.
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use if best endeavors to please my
customers. X-T O're me a call. R-o 'Si ly"
S. IM. WHITMAN,
A GENERAL BLACKSMITH, r
Kin? Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeingfit Carriage Work
THOS. 15. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION 1AII
til to the sellinir of all kinds of bieam Boilers. Furnaces.
Ovens anil Ranges. Brick or Stone Chimneya, any
I heifht; Composition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or granite. XT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address f O. jan i m
No. 83 Fort St., opposite E. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY
and FINE MACHINERY carefully re-
vK.sAi In at spi-iP lr m n li Ir s minnir
TT Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. jal el
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NUUANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Eanges,
Tin, Shf ft Iron 4, Copperware
Keif Cosstastlt os Hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
GalTtnizfd Iron and Lrad Pipe,
jal 81 India Rubber Hose, etc., ir.
HARRISON k PEDDLER,
RICK A NO STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, wilh V. M. Gibhs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
"pecial attention given to settini; Ranges. Bakers Ovena
an-1 all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Coimnii:s, Fouoditions
and Cistern, built, etc , etc.
Plantation Owners and SuperintcnJ'nts would do well to
entrust us with business in nur line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by ns is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. a 1 81
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
Has established himself at 8 S KING ST.. opposite M
Rose's Carriage Factory.
FINE WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap.2,'Slly
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE. IIOUSK. AND
Heavy Warm Work. Moulding Bitts. Planir.ir Knives.
Anchors and Anvils repaired. GooseDerks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made fur the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.
All Orders Jromj)tl Attended to and
XT Shop on the Esplanade, iu the rear of Mr. Geo. I.ucas
Planing Mill. jal f l
BRICK and STONE WORK
Pone on reasonable terms.
Address 5 Kintnn Squ ire, or lhr. u;h t!ie Tot Office,
N. F. BURGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, NO. 84. KING STREKT. OPPOSITE M.J. ROSES.
ESTIMATES GIVEN" ON ALL KINDSOF
Buildimrs, when required; Ollices and Stores 4 tied up
in the latest Eastern f;jUs.
KF.PilUING OF K F.RY UKSClilPTIOX
Done in the lwt possible manner, and at reasonable rates.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds made toorder. Saws
filed and set.
N. B Personal attention will be pi von to the moving of a
kinds of buiKliii).'5. Having had eierieuce in the Kastern
States, I frxi contident 1 can give salisfacliju to the most fas
tidinuii. ly" Orders left at my shop or residence will receive prompt
attienton. Bet of refi-reuces given.
Residence, 218 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands solicited.
a p. 16, 6m
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite Station Ho'ise.
ItLACKSM IT II I N G of all kinds done to order with
HORSESHOEING a SPECIALTY, and all work done
warranted to qive satisfaction, and 1 cuarantee to atop
over-reaching and interfering horses, or no charges made.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
TICE, and nt
BED ROCK PRICES
For 3 A. XI .
janl 81 GIVE ME A CALL.
SO FORT STREET.
Importer and Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
Gents' ISoots & Shoes
MADE TO ORDER.
Li. W. IIOPP s& Oo-
No. 105 Fort Si. and No. 78 King .
Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers
Fni'nltxxi'o or sxll Itintls
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Window Cornices and Curtains
FURNISHED T1 ORDER.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In a Complete and Satisfactory Manner,
At Moderate Rates.
GIVE US A CALL.
IT Orders from the other Inlands for Furniture, Bedding or
Malting attended to wilh promptness. no27 '80 ly
Contractor and JBuilder
to , in
i n Itil
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. J.
Maurlartures all kinds ol
Mouldings, Brackets. W indow Frarofs,Sshs, Doors
Blinds and all kinJs of Woodwork finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Plana. Specification.. Detailed Drawing,
nnd rsliinalra furninhed upon ppllrallon.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other lsiands solicited,
jal 81 ly
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
IMPORTERS & GENERAL DEALERS
China Goods and Merchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Always on Hand No For Sale,
Grass Cloths, Chines" Crepes. i-i!k Handkerchiefs,
L'ress ttlk? in Great. Variety, Ladjuered Ware
Fancy Work and Glove Brxe.
Ivoryi Tortoise, h-llan l tanille Wood Fars,
T'gcr Claw Jewi-lry jrl in Gold.
Camphor Wood Trunk, l ine China Tea?,
Rattnn Chnirs. China Ma-ting-,
IrO. I HAWAIIAN RICE !
XT STORES at No. 1 09 Xuuanu and No. 88 Fort
Street. nol9 lj
Clearance Sale of Pipes. ToMcco. Etc.,
VS THE I XDERSIGXEI) INTENDS TO
close out her enure s;ock of Tobacco, Pipes, and all ar
ticles pertaining lo that branch of buine?s, she now oflers the
same lor sale at
Cost Price for Cash.
As thi" clearing sale must positively be made before tbe end
of the v-kr. those who de re bargains should make an early
rail upon MRS. THOMAS LACK,
JUST RECEIVED ! !
.J. IT. 13 Tit U TV
NO. 40. FORT STREET.
A CHOICE LOT OF
HO. 1 FRESH SALMON ! !
T I'ALL EARLY, and seen re n God
WHOLE NO. 1335.
hotels ina cSwtaurantjs.
Guests Entertained on Either
tho American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Kooins with Hoard.. ..Two Dollars and a Half per day
Rooms with Board ........Three lkillaia per day
Rooms wi trout Board...... One Dollar per day and upwards
Cotiagts In fonof'tioB with the Hotel at Special
JOHN M. LAWI.OK A. CO..
jan 1 81 I'rsarlrlsr..
AST O R HOUSE
Nos. 78 and 7S Hotel Streets,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED N FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT Aldi HOURS.
HENRY J. HART, (J&l 81) ELLI3 A. HART.
ITEM TIOM HOTEL !
CONCHEE & ACHAT, PROPRIETORS,
NO. 84, HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
i iv the: city.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Market
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week.
ISTo. 02, Hotel Street.
lT THE BEST OF FOOD,
:sr COMPETENT COOKS,
Lit' ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
I.alc Chief Steward of
J. H. HANLON
Has removed into his new prvniifie.4 at
THE FOOT OF ALAKKA HTREKT.
and is now prepared to do all kinds id
AT LOW RATES.
Hore Shoeing, and Carriage Repairing,
SICK AND LAME HORSES lkfs ( sie of
and CL'RED on the premises.
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
XT The Undersigned hopes !' strict attention to busi
ness and low rales, to continue to enjoy a full share of pulilic
patronsfre. mar5 hi
Just Received, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortment of Oak Plank
For Sale in Lots to Suit,-
By ALLEN &. ROBINSON.
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCY
nifOXEV LOAN EI ON FIKST-CLASS
XTJL Securluei, for loog or short perio.ls. Apply to
W. L. GREEN, Manager, pro ttm.
Office: Cueen Street, over G. W. MACFAliLA.NE ti CO.
McOHESNEY & GITHENS,
DEALERS IN .
LEATHER, HIDES AND TALLOW
G 2NT TS 3T" 0 IT
ROYAL SOAP COMPANY.
42 O.UEEN STREET, II. !
D1I him PARLORS
4 l..!i. . i v m t..
W u.t !i-r I u lit : . . .
1 li r,l I ' i'.uuim . . .
Ila'.f I uiuniu
M h .lr i jn
IT Advertisers routine in lb Ksrn I ait4 ("tataa. ca
pay for their cants t y eix-K-sitif Greenbacks or l aitsw aoaias
1'. flare flair, ps for su-h aa:ount as tbe y wish to pay an4 Ibair
cards wilt t inserted as per above table, for Ui lisss pal 4 hr
tr rlu.ittus CarJ.. when rssrstn roa s sa. sk i
a lowed a ilnn unt f n ai the rat.s, wtiM-k are fur iraaalasil
adertisrmnta at en paid or charred quarterly.
Single o pirs i f Ihe Apvaavisaa. Ten Cents t wheal rbar(t4
Fifteen Cctilsi l y the d.rn. Owe I'.illar
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH
CAPITA I. tt.COO.OOO
Arraiaalalrd nnd Istvrsird Fsisisl. l.C9T.t4
rIIK (MIKKSICVKl) IIAVK BEEN A H
A I'UINTKD AOKNT8 for tbe Sandwich Islands, sad ars
auihons. d to Insure acainst Fire apon favorable tsrsas.
Risks taken in any part of tbe Islands on toii Woosv
S Huildines.and Merchandise storedthrreln. Bwslllaf BowsoS
and Furniture, limber. Coals, Phips in barbor srllb or wllbwul
carvoes or under repair.
jan 181 KD. 11 JFFSCIlLAKUkiE A CO.
XT ISX I
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
of nkw zealand,
capital. : : : . .10,000.000.
Ha vim; f.stablisiiki an ackncv
at Honolulu, for th Hawaiian Islands, th underslroed
are prei ared to accept risks a(ainst Brs In dwellings, storsw,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Matins risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commlssloas.
jau 1 81
J. 8. WALKER.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL - l O.OOO.OOO.
L'NI IMITED LIABILITY.
KIRK INSt'KANCK of all descriptions wlU bs
eflected at Moderate Rate of Premium, by the nnderalf nra.
Ap. 2, '81, lyr. Agent for ths Ilawaiiaa Islands.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
TriLIINUS, MKItcilANIUSK, rtTRNI
H lure and Machinery insured against Ftrw oa tbs ayMt
A.. J .VI :ti J Jit Agent for tbs Hawaiian Islands.
Jan 1 81
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS. CO.,
'111 K CNOERSIONKO ARR A VTIIO R IZED
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WOtlLD
COASTERS. BV SPECIAL PERMISStlOK
On the most Favorable Terms.
J. B. WALEKR.
Agent for ihe Ilawaiiaa Islands.
sn 1 81
HE A.33 oppian,
dO WALL STREET, NKW YORK.
'BMIE ABOVE COMPANY II A VI IV U F-
1 talilished an Afrcnry at Honolulu, for the Ilawaiiaa Isl
ands, the undcralgnud is authorized to accept and writs
M 1 I jV 1J1 It INKS
Merchaudise, Freights. Treaiare, Com
missions, and Hulls.
At current Kite.
J. S. WALKER, .
tioS ly Agent for tbe Ilawaiiaa Islands.
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST UUALITV OF PA I A I MANUFACTURED
consUntly. All orders filled with dispatch.
K. II. BA1I.KY,
jan 1 81 Wailuka, Maui.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
E. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
NUUANU 8TKKKT. , .
1)1 LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVY BRKll),
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Water, Soda and Duller Cracker 1.
JENNY LIND 0AKE8. Jte.
SHIP BREAD REBAKEO on tb shortest cotloe
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Beet Flour, baked dally aud
always on hand.
li. H.-HIlOWn HREAl) OF THE B EST HV4LIT1
jan 1 81
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS.
iico, 1 ronoitiiti.
rs'iir it u.i - of the above) rsscrra bavlsts
I been transferred to
He herchy gives notice Uat the manufacture of
All KLinds of Soaps
Will be contlnui'd l y him. KOFT BOAP always on baud.
V) ill buy bctT, mulum and aoap grease, and solicit
ron.titfiinieiils of the same from the other
jalO Islands. SI
Of the purest Untried strains, and of all ages,
,gT FO 1 1 SALE,
Boxed and delivered to stoir. or achr.
Vt Moderate X3riceH.
rrions Mlshlnz to start with tbe Bft Stack r t
improve what tliey low htve, fti bsr
la pairs not akin.
dO 0 tf Address. A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hotel
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, A.MD
IN tiOOD ORDER. FOR "A LK HV
j.nUtfSl JAM KB I. UOW BETT.
COAL, COAL. COAL !
TI1K UNDHRMGNED HAVING BEEN AI'POINTEO
Sole Agents for the Haw'n Islands
OF THE CELEBRATED
Off r this Coal For Sale In Qoauliltes to rait Par
chasers, at very moderate rates. For I'lan-
tstion use, this Coal la better than
any other that cornea to this Market, giving 10 percent, mors
rlteam by actual test.
Tr First Cargo due about December 20th, per bk REVERB.
de3tf ALLKN t ROBINSON.
JOHN FOWLER & CO.
KK PREPARED TO FURNII1 PLANS
i Bnd Estmates ic Meei ronaoia l ram ways, wim ov
' wtiliout cars or locomotive, specially adapted for bugar
i plantations. I'ennancnt Railways, with locomotives and cars,
' Tr.ictirm Kngines and Road Locomotives, rJleam Ploughiog
ami Cultlvatine Machinery, Portable Bleam Engine lor all
purposes. Winding Kngincs for Inclines.
Catalogues, wilh Illustrations, Models and Photographs of
the above Plant and Machinery may be seen at the offices of
. tbe undersigned. .
W. L. UEKKN, k
i Q. f. MACFARLANK de CO,
Agents for JOHN FOWLBB k CO.
SrSjjasjijl l. as i ma.ii-mil i ) I