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The Mandarin, or Official Language of
A MEMORANDUM BY D. B. McCaBTEE.
1. The ofllclal language, or, a.n it U fre
quently calleil, the mandarin dialect
of China, is a strictly colloquial dia
lect, i.e., used only In speaking, and never
empioyeu tn diplomats, omcial, or epis-tolat-jry
correspondence, nor in writing
uiiiciai lorms or any Kinu. nor in boo tea.
except in a few novel, or in hooka pub-
i-wieu uy trie cnrnttan missionaries. The
only exception, to this rule, that I
now recall, is .the popular para-
phase of the Kmperor "iung Ching's
exposition or me sacreu eaict or bis Im-
rerial father K'anghi. All Chinese oflicia.lt
are expected to learn to apeak the official
uiaiect. aunougn many or mem succeed
-ery ioorly in their attempts to do so. The
liritish, t rench, and other foreign Consular
a i) j omer Uipplomatic attaches in China are
aiso required to learn the official (snokeu)
dialect, and to read and translate the written
languri'je (which is entirely different from
any of the spoken dialects) but they are not
required to learn any or trie local dialects.
Civil officers or civil madarins, as they are
frequently termed by Europeans and
Americans, are not allowed to hold office in
their own province, consequently, very
many of them nre unable to understand the
colloquial dialect of the people of their
jurisdiction; and an official interpreter is,
of necessity, a rejrular appendage of the
court. When I had the honor to be the
U. S. assessor in the Mixed Court at Shang
hai, where many dialects were spoken,
mere were attached to the court an Inter
preter for the Tokein dialect and an inter
preter for the Canton dialect. The Chief
Judge, a native of Ilangchow, understood
tne Onlcial, the ingpo, and the bhangbal
utaiects. llie U. n. assessor In addition
these understood also, the Shantung dialect
but in the ordinary Chinese tribunals, the
presiding onlcer Is not required to snow
any other than the court dialect. All peti
tions, rescripts, warrants, and official docu
ments of all kinds are drawn up, not in
mandarin," nor in the colloquial of the
piace, but in the written language, which
is absolutely the same In every part of
2. A man may be a fluent speaker of the
official language (or "mandarin,") or of the
colloquial of the place, and yet be utterly
incompetent to transact any legal or judi
cial business, or to draw up, or read under
standing', any legal document, or form, or
proclamation and much more incompetent
to transact any diplomatic business.
3. To be an adept in the Chinese written
language, to be able to read and translate
Chinese documents without the aid of a
teacher f who translates them orally into the
ppoken language), requires a long period of
f - T - . J
lime ami years 01 laoorious siuuy.
4. One who has already acquired a faci
lity in speaking more tLaii one dialect, and
who is also familiar w'th the written lan
guage, will be generally found able to ac
quire an additional dialect witn, compara
tively, little labor.
A Wilde Seance-
(Frtflt the Watp.)
While Captain Foster was swapping lies
with Neil Fry, out at the Cliff IIou9e, last
Monday, Oscar drove up with Mr. Locke,
and, taking a stained glass aflitude on the
balcony, was for some minutes lost in a
contemplation of the grand old ocean break
ing on the cliffs far down below him.
"How grand the roar of ocean, he said,
dreamily, to the Captain.
The Captain was a little aback, but agreed
that it was.
44 Would any price be too great for the
glory of watching hour by hour, and day by
day, through the placid waveless days of
summer and the grand turbulence of the
wiutry gale ?"
' Fifty a month," said the Captain, who,
while Oscar sighed unheeded, asked Fry
what kind of a canary bird it was, anyhow.
After a time they went to the bar, where
Oscar ordered "some milk, fresh from na
ture's odorous laboratory," while the oth
eis took a little lemon in theirs. Then Fry
and the Captain and another gentleman sat
down to play 44 dollar ante."
44 What eez dollar ante?" said Oscar,
dreamily, in a mezzo-soprano sigh.
44 1 too will fill in the passing hour, if I
44 Of course," and they gave him a seat
and chuekled away down in their bronchial
A great .sadness was upon him. Some
times an unutterable melancholy would fill
with dark shadows his dreaming eyes, but
he said little only sighed.
Captain Foster did not sigh. Several
times he might have been heard to remark
something about dynamite.
Mr. Fry was aiso a nine meiancnoiy, ouc
talked in a ainereui strain, severs
.ivinr. limimllv 44 the luck."
Uy and by it was Oscar's deal, and he
caressed the cards gently ami distributed
them mournfully, like crumbs at com
munion. Kverybody went in. The Captain took
two cards. Fry took one, and Oscar one.
44 1 w ill contribute a five spot," said the
Captain, locating a five-dollar piece in the
center of the green.
44 It will cost you five more," remarked
Mr. Fry, disseminating a ten.
" lie-1 1 re w me, but 1 am oppressed with
doubt," murmured Oscar. "Could I but
penetrate the dark veil of the future but,
no ; nay, then I will risk all," and he doubt
fully and sadly put up his portion.
'"Ten harder, said the Captain.
44 Ten more than you," remarked Fry.
Oscar knitted his brow. 44 Verily I am in
the vortex, and the o'ershadowing sky is
murky, but I must stay. I will how do
you phrase it call, call on you."
And the Captain joined the merry throng.
44 Three ace," said he.
44 Full hand," said Fry proudly, as he
showed his cards and reached for the money.
44 Too, too," the poet murmured, as he al
most weeptngly laid down four deuces.
And when the Captalu had flung his cards
out of the window and Fry was making the
air blue with interjections, Oscar winked
his eye audibly, and remarked in hi nat
ural frame of mind :
"Now that I remember it, gentlemen,
we used to indulge In this little recreation
at Oxford. Come aad take a snifter with
Wiiat is Honolulu moat in need of? Good
road and proper drainage. Public Health aaja so.
GUm balls and claj counterfeit have been
euccerafullj aubatituied for lite pigeon at auoot
iri matche. Now why cannot aomebodj bring
forward equally merciful and efficaciou proxiea
for the pugili and baaebail plajers ? We con
gratulate the pigeons, but wbj abould not tbia
immunity be extended alw to men?
Mra. Langtrj, in ber new role, captifatea
and bewitchea the men a much aa erer. The laat
aillines of one of ber captuea, a joung Viscount
in the Guard, ia that be paid ber a hundred
pound apiece for the pair ol blue ailk atockinga
tie wear la the aecuad act or Our." the aame
to be worn throughout the run of the plaj and
delivered to the purchaaer wben it ia orer.
VOJ,. XXVI-NO. 14.
mUB t'.MDERSICXKD IS NOW PRE-
T ro U ant part f the troap, sod nike First-
Clas Pbotagrapb U Order,
EitDT View or Purtralu. Pr era rroDMe anj good mot
oa'.r will re dune.
aplS u II L CHASE.
iTTORVer AT I. A
NO. 32 MKIICHANT
fa STREET. CORNER OF FORT BTHKBr
Honolala. February 26h. 1941.
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attornoy nt 1-m
doJS ljr 2 1 Mercbitnt Street.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLES ILE IJKAI.
er la Clothing. Roots, short. Hats. Men's famishing and
tasc Ooods. (janlsl) So. 11 Kaahuinana St.. Honolulu
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
AND FEED STORE.
Corner of King and Port ftreets.
Honolala. 11. I.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
LA.TK MTJIlCi ICOrV U. W. AIOIY,
Caa bs consulted at tala RoMeom on Hotel street,
betaeen AUkea and Fort streets. janl 81
wm. o. lawia.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
8 agar Factors and Commission Agents,
janl SI HONOLULU, II. I.
CHDLAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS or AND l K A I. B. K. 3 I
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also.con-
staatlj on band, a superior quality oi Hawaiian nice
Janl Nuua'io Street, Honolulu.
A. W. BUSH,
P RO VISION
V W r.milv Grocer and Peed Store,
rr Orders entrusted to me from the other isianas win o
promptly attended to. 52 Fort Street. Honolulu. Uanl 81
c. M. COOKS
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successor to Lkwibs fc Oicasoa)
BALERS IN LUMBER AND Ill'lLDINO
Materials. Port Street.
IMPORTER. WIIOLKSALK AU K.U.1 "
Daalcr in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua
on Street jaooi
BROWN & C0.,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WIN ad AND SPIRIT, AT WHOLK3ALB.
9 MercbantStreet, U"1 81 Honolulu. H. I.
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
CCTIONEER. Kobnlia. Ilswsll. Sstlra
of Real Kvtata, Goods and Prnpvrty of erery description
naea to. vmmi j..te j
. - f . . r ...... . . . Vt2
AG EXT TO TARS 1 1 Ik S U I c v .
to Caotracts for Labor In ihe District of Kona. Island of
Oabo. at tb Omce of the llooolu.u Water Works, foot oi
Nnuana Street. j.ioiii
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDO-
A menu to Contracts lor Labor.
cts lor Labor.
Interior Office. Honolulu.
Agent to take acknowledgments or msirumenia wrinr
Island of MaaL Also Agent to take - cknowledgmenis lor
Labor Contracts for the District of Wail u. Janl 81 ly
A TTORN KW A Nl it;i!.iFi.
. NOTARY PUBLIC and gent for taking
sorota of Instruments for the UUnd of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaabumanu Street, Honolulu, It. I
E. H. THACHER.
DENTAL OFFICE. r rl sireei,
next d-or abore Dickton's rbotograph Gallery. jal81
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
MPORTERS AND W HOLES A LE AND
RHTA1L DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahuinanu Sis. isnl 81
WONG LEONG & CO.
aratr mf uunan maaa .., ' .7
Honolulu. II. I. Dealen. in ury u wa, vioiiiiuh,
and Hhoes. Uata and Uw. ancy uooua. eic. iu
constantly oo haa.1, llawai au Rice in quantities to suit, aiso
China Cbok Ten, Cbina ?ine lwine, vmua cu
cbiefa and saabea. etc.
Owner of Monnai Swjir Vlmtalion. Molulcai
A urmt Kailua Rice Plantation, Kiopa Rice Plantation.
and Palama Rice Planlatiuu. J
IMPORTER A . I' " tr.n. a waa
ING, Boot, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
ar ST ar n V T a.
Pocket Cutlery, and eery description oi ueni s superior
purnUhlDg Goods. ET Beokert's Pine call Dress Boots,
always oo band
conn or roaT .ID AIWH.RT t:i a. J-u . w.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
wa S S I.
PLOY ME NT HfKEAU. HONOl.LLU.H
Rents Rwms. Cottiges. Il-uaea. and selM ami leases neai
Estate rn all parts o! the Ring.lom. jiruiitii luaou
lor tboae sreking work in all the various brancr.es ol Dullness
connected with these laUnds .
LEGAL Documents drawn, unit loiicvito. "
sod Accounts kept and tieneral omce wora ua..ciru.
Patronage ioli-l:e.l. ,Cotnmiion Moderate ap9.81.ly.
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
.. .... ..........-....' . , ,
IMPORTERS .1 l lliJI.'ii:"!".' ... -CHANTS.
.. . i i . t,
Robinson's Pire-proor Uuillng. yuren si.. iiomuam, -
Tb Pautoa Sheep Raoch Company .
The Hpencer KlanLalion. lino.
The Waikapu Plantation,
Hoelo iaor Mill.
Mlrrlers. Tail A Watson's sugar Machinery.
John Hay A Co's Liverpool and London Packets,
jantl The Glasgow and Honolala Line of Packets. 5i
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES. ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLULU. II. I.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
T XX V jPTJTJIjIO,
TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO
LABOR CONTRACTS and
Ceneral Business Agent.
Office in Makee's Block, comer Queen and Eaahumano
fy You caa buy a most beautiful straw hat
for only $1, at Chas. J. Fishklh' popcxah
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Kristiania University, Norway,
o. It Kakai street, apposite the Ljreaai.
OFFICE HOURS :
FROM 9 TO It A. M.. AND FROM 6 TO
8 P. M.. EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
D-WIG XX T BBIj Xj. jn
F. A- SCHAEFER & CO.,
Importers 1 Commission Merchants
HONOLULU, H. I.
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
(l 48 KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Translations of either of the above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my21 ly
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Oiirr-ijio VV ork, Sec
an 1 Shop on King street, next to Castle Cooke. 81
a. c. alls. m. p. aoatasoa.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS I.N
. LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac. Ac.
aoiara roa acHooaaaa
j:i9i Uooolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Fort Street. Uooolulu. - Hawaiian Islands,
BOOT & SHOE STORE!
13 Nummwh Street.
Next door to the Honolulu Restaurant. fel8 ly
(i. kouio. jobs aamiLUTB.
O. CNCLINQ & CO.,
(Successors to G. Setelien Ac Co.,)
'Piiismitlis & Jrliimbers,
NO. 6 NUUANU 8TREKT.
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iron &. Copperware
KufcP COSSTATLTO !1SD
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Calranlrd Iron and Lead IMpe,
al 81 India Rabber Uose, a.c, &.t.
THOS. 13. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
to the strttin; or all kinds of Keam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges. Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
height: Composition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or granite. Tr Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P O. jan 1 81
No. 83 Fort St., opposite R. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
and FINE .MACHINERY carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner.
rr Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. Jal 81
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
Has established himself at S 8 KING ST.. opposita M
Rose's Carriage Factory.
FINE WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. A p. 2, '81 ly
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
Slllt WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavy Wagon Work. Moulding Bitts, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all thtir Fitting?, a speciality.
All Orders lromptly Attended to and
IT Shop oa the Esplanade, in the rear of Mr.
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AN I) BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, with VV. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Cnimnies, Foundations
and Cistrrns built, etc , etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public to
understand that all weak done by us ia guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
Harneale Jt Urban Safes,
tire-proof. Fire a. Barglar Proof, a. Barglar Proof,
stwilltr sizes constantly on hand.
Orders for Larjre Sizes Filled at Shortest Xotlce.
Old Safes Taken la F.xebange.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dormant, and Combination Beam Scales S
XT For Prices and Circulars, write to
C. O. BERGER.
General Agent for the Ilawsiiao Islands.
NO. 80 FORT STREET,
Announces to his Customers
THAT nx HAS
A LARGE LOT OP
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's
and Slippers !
PER LA D V LAMPSON. it
es-. . -- .:w.-i.asfrK 1 V -
BRICK and STONE WORK
Dune on reasonable terms.
Address 5 Kmma Square, or through the Post OSce.
N. F. BURGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
SHOP. NO. 8. KING STRKKT. OPPOSITE M.J. ROSE'S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ILL KINDSO
Eld -Ruildings, when required; Offices and Stores fitted tip
in the latest Eastern Styles.
REPAIRI.VG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Done In the best possible manner, an J at reasonable rales.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds maJe to order. Saws
filed and set. -
N. B. Persona attention will be given to the moving of al
kinds of buildings Having had experience in the Raatern
States, I feel confident 1 can give satisfaction to the most fas
XT Orders left at my shop cr residence will receive prompt
attienton. Brat of references given.
Residence, 213 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands eolicited.
C II R . GrERTZ,
80 FORT STREET.
Importer and. Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
Oents' Boots & Shoes
MADE TO ORDER.
jan 1 81
j,. w. nopp afc Co-,
X. 105 Fori Si. rand No. 7 8 Kinu St.
Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers
Iixi'nitixre of all Kinds
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
"faindow Cornices and Curtains
FURNISHED TO ORDER.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In a Complete and Satisfactory Manner, ,v
At Moderate Ratos.
GIVE US A CALL.
XT Orders from the other Islands for Furniture, Bedding or
Matting attended to with promptness. no27 '80 ly
Contractor and Builder
laSPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufactures all kinds ol
MeuIdlDgs, Brackets, Window Frames, Sasbes, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Pinna, Sped flea lioua. Detailed Drawings
and eatituatea furnished upon A ppllcaliwn.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islands solicited,
jal 81 It
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 Kmc Street, oppoite station fl"ue.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
' TICK, and at Bed Rock 1'rices for CASH (rr Giv
me a Call. anl 81
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
IMPORTERS & GENERAL DEALERS
China Goods and Merchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Always on Hand Sc Foi Sale,
Grass Cloths, Chinese Crepes. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Dress Stlks in Great Variety, Lacquered Ware
Fancy Work and Glove Boxes,
I Tory i Tortoise, Shell and handle Wood Fans,
Tif er Claw Jewelry Set in Gold.
Camphor Wood Trunks, Fine Ch'na Teas,
Rattan Chairs, China Ma' ting,
HAWAIIAN RICE !
XT STORES at
No. lOO Nuuanu and Xo. 88 Fort
EX .MARTHA HIDEOUT,
J EUSTE LOT OF
7 FEET CEDAR POSTS !
Far Superior to Redwood io all particulars.
FOR SALE BY
d3l tf AL17EN &. PnTUrVTQnKr
riMIE UNDERSIGNED IW pHIS OF-
temporarily, at Adin'i .,.!,, c f
during his absence from the officer Mr. C ui
s is anthorirrd to receive monies tf1, the public,
18 tf -.'Ar.
T '. Southerly v
I continue toHchroe. r. ,
yard, A verve Northern Expediiser Co.
FlSHELS ' j
APRIL -29, ISS2.
J. D. LANE'S
BETH EL STREET, NEAR KING.
MAN U FACTURE RS
t1blmts, 3iakblk mixtkls,
VS1I$T1XD TOPS, and
Tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest Possible TJates
Jlonnmeots find Headstones Cleaned and Beset.
t3eT" Orders from the other Inlands promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
E. B. THOMAS.
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
IsARTlCUL.AK ATTEXTIOX PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kindsof Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Addressthrough the Poat Ofllce jan 1 81
IP. IVIcirV ERNY,
Imnorter & Home Maiinfactnrer of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
No. 112 Fort Street, Jost Above Hotel St.,
Has just made large additions to his establishment, and ii
nrw prepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu pub
lic, and residents on the other Island', the VERY
HXEST of HOME-HIDE & IMPORTED, CAXDIES,
or all Descriptions, AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival, lie Guarantees the
purity of his goods. TIIK CRKAM CANDIES
re a specially with him. and are made by the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY.
The BEST BRANDS of '"HOICK CIGARS always on hand.
T XX 33
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
8G KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Repairing of every description done in the best possible
manner, with the beat materials, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
BaT" Look for the "Big Collar" -a
jal si t
HOOP I It O IV J
HAVE KEC'EIVKD AM) NOW OFFER
for sle. bundles HOOP IRON of the following sites: 2x4.
2x1-16, Hxl-18 Also, on h ind and fir sale,
Eastern Shooks, Molasses Barrels, all sizes;
Sugar Kegs, Ac., Made to Order.
J. II. BR UN'S,
BOBS HARNESS SHOP
32 KING STREET.
To Planters, Expressmen & Others !
YOU WANT A GOOD ARTICLE
WHERE YOU WILL GET IT,
Of All Kinds on Hand and Made to Order
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICE!
O- Look At Tli is I fj
Double Plough Karnes
..From $20 00 up
do Carriage or Express Harness....
Single Carriage Harness
Break Harness. .
( adies' Saddles.
GENERAL AGENT. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
WHOLE NO. KJ.V2.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board Two Dollars and a Half per day
Rooms with Board & Three lollat per dajr
Rooms without Hoard One Dollar per day and uiwsnl
Cvttagts Id Cermet Mod with the Hotel nt Sprrial
JOHN !. I.iWI.OK Jk. ..
janl 81 I'ropriilora.
AST O K house:
Noa. 76 and 73 Hotel S. reels.
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT AIX HOI KS.
HENRY J. HART, (jal 81) El. LIS A. HART.
CONCHEE & ACHAT, PROPRIETORS,
NO. 81, HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
1IV THE CITY.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Karket
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week,
may 12 81
ISTo. 62, Hotel Street.
IW THE BEST OF FOOD.
Zir COMPETENT COOKS,
LIT ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
L,atc Cliicf Steward ot
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCY
llfOXEY LOIXEI) OX FIKST-CI.ASS
1.1 A Securities, fur long or short periods. Apply to
VV. L. (; KEEN , Min ig'-r, pro tun.
Office: Queen Street. over J. W. MACFARLANE U. CO.
F. H. OEDING9
BEGS TO INTIMATE TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
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84 KING STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess's Car
V (, IHO I'-l die
where orders may be -r.-r ..
& Lodging1 Hcuss,
Restaurant & Billiards !
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J a; iU..c-;iii. lit, 1; .d l. i-i.t
with tlielr laig-i Lry
Dining-rooms. Bed-rooms and
And are prepared to dccotjin id ite
Boarders si ml
And lurniah ili' in H.1I1
First-Class Fare and Clean
Rooms and Beds,
(J-f" Wsshtng done on the iireui :-3. A len:ivs Walt-Ti.
Y. ALAU, Manager.
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17 rtuin'3f Card. vl:n rmntn r.a a visa, art
ail. wr.l a .iiscutit lr'tn D.iajat. . ln li are fur transirnt
iJirriiv on-nu al.ni ant or c.'.aritoi t,urti rljr.
Si'cle ci'ii(i of the Ai'iiciiiii. Tm t'tnta j lim rliargcd
Fifteen Criilf; hj ttir il.iji.iue luUr.
THE CITV OF LONDON
FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON.
lUvii f e-t ilili-l.(t) an Agrucy l re, the nr il.-mlj: neJ If
sulborir.ttJ t. ncept ri-k. M:nn:.t r.rr, rn Iiillisiga
ler hi nili.r, Ki riiiiurr, (if . 011 Hie n.r.t lavorsbs
term. Ix.fa noaiil Ij . ja-liil un.l nyal.le l.ne.
C. O UKRlil.H,
"l'l l.v Af. 1,1, Hawaiian l.l.uJa
(i KIDMAN I.LOYI)
MARINE INSURANCE CO., OF BERLIN.
GENERAL INSURANCE CO, OF BERLIN.
'lIIK AHOVK. INM IHM'K COMI'IMK!)
I have ealaliliiilii'il a Ornrrtl As. orjr lu re, al lbs under.
sifiiioJ, Ueueral Agoi.l, are authorised to take
U!ls a-:aliivt the Daiitrs of (hr Sras at the most
' Uca-ouablr Ustrs, and on the Mot
1'1 ly F. A. et'H A KFKtl Ac Co., General Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
'g!IK I l)KKSIf; 1) II I VINO I1KKV
B Appointed Aeent ol t'ie iilioic t'ompany, are prepared
to insure nrka aeaiost fire, on (. an I lirlrk llsillala
iuil', snd on Mrrrhnndi.r stored t hcri in. on the most
fiorlle teruia. For parliculura aiply al Ihe rlllee of
I'l ly I'. A. bCHAKFKIt k CO.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON ANI I: DIN IHTHGIJ.
EbTABLIIl tl), 1800
CAIMT.4 l 2.000.000
Arruinulalr.l mid luvralcrl l'untl, 1 .007,84
'BIK i:l)KKSl(iM:i) 1 1 A V K IIEKX AI
li I'OINTKI) AUENT!lor the Handwleli lalaiids, and re
authorised :o Insure airaitiai Fire upon fuvoralde terms.
Kisks taken in any part or the Islands on Hton sand Wood-
ki lluililliiica, ami Mi-rchamlise stored therein, llwelling Houses
and Furniture, Umber, Coal, f-hip in harbor with or without
cargoes or under repair,
jxn 1 81 Eli. H JFF6CIILA FilKH k CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OF NKIV ZEALAND.
HAVING I.ST A Itl.lSIIKO AN A f KNC V
at Honolulu, Tor the Hawaiian Island, the understf ned
are prepared to accept riaks agiiinut fire In dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorahte terms. Marine risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, proflta and communions.
I.oaar-a promptly Hiljualt d and pn rable here.
Jn 1 81 . J. g. WALKEJl.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
UNI.IMITKU I I A IH I I TV
FIRK INSIIIIAMK T nil dcarrlptiam will t
eflected at Moderate l(aia f I'mnium, y the undersigned.
J.t. WALK Kit,
Aj. 2, 'SI, lyr. ptiit for the Iluwsiian In atidi.
11 a m 11 1; it g - m a c : 1 r. it c; im
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF 11 A Mill KO.
MKllCll t MSK, FI'KNI.
H tare and Machinery Illumed
vgiiiiat Fire 011 the moil
a. .iAi:(j i:it
-Aiti 'it f "r the Hawaiian Isiauds.
Jan 1 bt
SWISS LLOYD .MARINE If.S. CO.,
x or WINTKIITIItTft.
'IHK L'M)i:ksk;m.ii is actiiouizkd
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
Pro in Honolulu.
TO ALL PA JITS OF THE WOULD
COASTKKS. UY SIr"C'l A l I'KUMISMON
On the most Favoralile Terms.
J. S. WALK Kit,
Af?-nt for the Hawaiian Inlands.
in 1 81
xx bad o x r i a xj .
' SO WALL fTUEKT. LW YOUR.
'run aiiovk ciTmivanv iiavino k-
1 tllilied an Aftenry at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Isl
ands, the undersigned ia authorized to accept and writs
31 I. I IV 13 I t I H K H
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure, Com
missions, and Hull.
At current Rates.
J. S. WALKER ' '
Agent forth" -
HONOLULU STEAM BAKL3Y!
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors. t
MIimUM AND XAVI
5 aiwf.yron hand and made to order
twr rl Inferior
Also, Wabir. Soda and
V J EN It Y MSB CYONU V CO,
U' SUGAR PLANTERS.
Having tested the Efficiency of .
PATEM WIRE ROPEWAI !
C4:ii.yiii Snsir Cane,
I h.ivn jiurcliiiscJ from Mr. A. 8. Ilsllidis
The Exclusive Right of said Patent
S3 si iy sb. i i :a it Islands I
: Ami ii-r hy f ive i.otice that I am prepared
To Furnish llaterial or Contract to erect
, Lines of any desired Length or
I l'rtie interested in the transportation of Sugar Can
! Siuar, Fuel 't Mereh.iidUe, specially over broken and diffl
' colt (.-ri uiiil. are u.vitr-d I inspect the line working upon soy
il"ni;tt.m at Kcutii. or Ch4 prohle of the same oa View at lb
.'tl! 't?of Me . W.ti lr in & Co . Honolulu.
Any inforniK linn olli he rhe -rluliy given by the DDderstRned
or lv MIC J M. llliiMI'COS, cure Messrs. Irwin at Co., who
will v i i i loalKiia nln're lim-s may be desired, and make prs-
pr (i.e and eatiuiati.s for the same.
Z. S. SPALDING.