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Spring Opening! Spring Opening I
A G-raaiL Display or Wasli Dress Fabncs !
Wo beg to infotni the Liulicti t tint mir assortment (if New WiirIi Dies
Muteruih' this penson comprises full lines (if Kmeig.i and Donn-slic inipoilu
tioiiH. Special attention is culled tmiur High Novelties and our display this
season will In found tin- most mniptrheusive in choice mid lowest In piices
over (nought to tliif muikot.
Full Lines of Bedford Coid8,
Fine Twilled Llama Cloth.
Real Scotch Ginghams,
Fine French Pecules,
High Wovelties in Figured Persian Rftuils,
Choice Eatisto, Pine Apple Tissues, (entirely new),
Full. Lino of India Linon, Plttiu and Figured Swisses
t," NAINSOOK :uid ninny oilier Now Goods too numerous to mention.
N. 15. Luetics in search of While Dress Materials will do well lo in
spect our stock first, before purchasing anywhere elbu.
ti. 1311KL1C11 & CO.,'
Coiner Fort it Hotel streets.
FROP. DB.mBA 0. JABOBR S 1
1 herewith appoint Mil. M.' GOLD
BERG, Agent for the bale of inv
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the l'Jthof September, "JO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT JUST ARRIVED.
STBAM GAUDY FACTOB'.
Practical Confectioner, Pa&tiy Cool;
71 Hotel rit.
The Best Lunoli in Town
Tea and Coffee at ill Hour
The Finest Brands of
Alwayw on JJunii.
H. JJ. RfOI.TK, Propritr.
SI KING STREET,
G. J. WALLER, - - SVianagfii.
Wholesale & Retail Eutchers
. NAVY COM TJt ACTORS.
CHAS. T. CULSCK,
Notary Public for the Ibland of Oabu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgment! to La
Agent to Orant Man Inge Licenses, Ho
Agent for the llawaliuu Ulauds of i'llt it
Scott's Freight & I'm eels Lxpicss.
Agents for the ilurlliigtou Route.
Real Estate Broker & VL"."!'".'
Hell Tele, a.-KBaiMuliml Tele, I'M.
P.O. llos J15,
t& Oi'i'iCKs No. IIS Merchant Mi cut,
Honolulu, Oahu, II, 1, jau W
GIVKJ. L- Mkvkk the I'alntcr a call
anil liayu your l'uper I lunging done
pinmpiiy uuu neuuy. ir.u ronimriii
1J. O. 11
ox 387. Mutual '.Telephone
m 18S2 W
ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY liBE to OliDEfi
Large and Fine Stock in Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDEK.
King Street, between Nuuanu
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soan Works
Is lill in existence at the old stand,
I.i'leo, and has hceu -o since the year
ls.V). I am prcpaicd to put up Soap at
the follmung pi ices:
$4.50 par Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 100 lbs. in Balk.
i"0 Cents each allowed fin emptv con
tainers letiniicd in good oiiler.
COy Weight for weight no nval con
cern can Mipply a.- good an article loi
the 'nine prices.
fiST'l'lio only Piaetical boiip Holler
in the Ilawaiiaii Islands.
'I'liK Hotel has lecently added a large
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
which wim. in: i,i:t
AVIlli or AVltliout, Jloui'tl.
-Also a I'IihI-vIiish ItCHtlllll-Ullt.-tt
WM. B. HOOPER,
Palmer & Ricrierdson,
Do igos In Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood.
Modern, Cheap & Artistic Cottages
a Speclu'ty I
Plans, .Specilieations, Contracts Lrawn
and K'ltiniates cnniplete for every des
ciiiiioii of building. Also, thorough
eupeihileiiileucL' of eousti action.
BUILDINGS APPRAISED & LOTS SURVEYED.
tfeo On ick : Room No. !), bpieekoU'
Illoek. up 1-M
ELECTION !' OFPIOEKS.
AT the annual meeting of the 11a
w ailiiu Agricultural Company held
lids day, the following pel sons wciu
elected oillcorfe for the current year:
Hon. O. It. Rlshoj I'lcsidcnt,
Suiii'l ('. Alleii..7...Vico-l'resideut,
Oeo. H.Kobeithou Treasurer,
.1. O, Ciutur Secretin,
Tom May Auditor.
in ur.ci oils:
S. C. Allen, Chas. M. Cooke and W. O.
J. O. CARTKR,
Secty. Haw. Ag. Co.
Honolulu, dun. Si, IS92. IfiS 3in
MONEY TO JJUJJiD HOMES.
JF you have a lot, 1 will build you a
house, and furnish the money on
cany toi m. J. L. MEYKR,
l'lO Fort htit'Ct.
Mututti Tci. ccaj i'. o. uox as7.
liiilo A. Ii. SiuKIi'm Store.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down A S5 a
Easy! Easy! Easy!
JUST 11 KC HIVED FULL HOUND
With Mlllcr-Mcgee Patent Hacks. Also,
Full Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
S$ O IS !
Fairliilc k Cole's Banjos.
Depot for WILL & FINCK'S CELE
1JRATED CUTLERY & SHAVING HATERI&LS 1
gj&- The STAR SAFETY KAZOlt
is the best 1 Get ono and feel niiser
nhle? It only costs $2. Don't forget
we keep a full line of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMBS. Etc.
Croquet, Lawn Tennis, Racquets, Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
To remind you. tlitit it is
newly two ycai's since wo
oleaned your watoh.
Isn't it nhout linii' lo have
her oiled ti)?
wi: aid: now kj:ci:iviko tiiij
G K K ATEST VARIETY
i:vi:h iiuouairr io honoi.ui.u,
ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS !
Prices Lower than Ever !
Gall to il Examine !
WILDER & CO.
For Mouldings, Eriunes,
J'aBlolH, ArlotypoH, I'hoto
ravurcs, Etoliings and
everything in (ho lino of
phtturcH, go to King1 Bros.,
HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING.
lim-KC AditltlmiK or ('(irrnHiu)iiillni:
unit IlcKUInt' nicinlieiw.
There was a goodly nltPii'lruiec at !
tho second montlity meeting of the
Hawaiian Historical Society, held at
Y. M. C. A. hall last night. A num
ber of ladies graced the occasion by
their presence, lion. C. R. Bishop,
president, was in the chair.
Rev. R. II. Hoes, chaplain of the
U. S. llagsliip Snn Francisco, submit
ted a report as librarian. Since last
meeting tho association had received
donations of loO bound books and
over COO pamphlets all beating on
Hawaii and its concerns. Rev. Dr
Hyde was gratefully mentioned for
having turned over his valuable col
lection of books, pamphlets, newspa
pers and mai'useiipts. Mr. A. ,1.
Cartwriglit, Hon. S, N. Castle and
Mr. Geo. 1'. Castle had aho dealt
very liberally with the association,
the last-named having turned over o2
volumes of Hawaiian books. A cordial
resolution of thanks to the generous
douors was passed.
Jmluc Dole presented the repoit
of a committee consisting of himself,
Chaplain Hoes and Prof. Scott, on
an arrangement for mutual benclil
made witlrihe trustees of the Hono
lulu Library and Reading Room As
sociation. The arrangement in brief
is that the Library Association give
up their front room to the Historical
Association, transfer lo it all printed
and manuscript matter relating lo
Polynesia aifd the Pacific now in pos
session of tho Library Association ;
while the Historical Association
engages to give members of the
Library Association the privileges of
its own library, to not call on the
Library Association for financial aid,
and, in the event of dissolution, to
turn over to the other organization
its whole library. The committee
believed that witli this alliance with
an incorporated body, there was no
present occasion for incorporating
the Historical Society. They recom
mended that the president be made
the trustee of the society to hold ils
propei ty. The report was unani
mously adopted and the president
elected as trustee.
Mr. Thos. G. Thrum, trcasutcr,
presented his repoil. Receipts for
the month had been So'.M, bills paid
S70.S0, deposited in Savings Hank
$300, cash in hand 8250 00. Ac
cepted. Hon. W. V. Allen moved, second
ed by Judge Dole, the following res
olution. The seconder said it was
no mere formal matter, as Her Maj
esty had taken a friendly interest in
the association, and would benefit it
by her patronage. The resolution
was received and passed with ap
plause: Jiet,olved, That Her Majesty Liliu
okalani, Queen of tho Hawaiian King
dom, be elected thePationof this so
ciety, and that the President and
Corresponding Soeietary be appoint
ed u committee to wail upon Her
Ma jest' and request her acceptance.
Dr. Hyde, Prof. Alexander, Chap
lain Hoes, Judge Dole and Mr. Allen
each proposed a number of corres
ponding members, who were elected
as follows: Rear-Admiral Drown, II.
S. N. ; Medical Inspector Wood, U.
S. N. ; Chief Engineer Inch, 0. S.
N. ; J. W. Austin, H. P. Rond and
J. F. Hiinuiwell, of Hostou ; Capt.
C. E. Diilton, Oti- T. Mason and J.
V. Powell, ot Washington, D. C. ;
General S. C. Arm-lrong, of Hump
ton, Vu., Hon. W. iS'. Armsliong, of
New York; M. M. Goner, of Now
Haven, "Conn.; T. II. Davies, of
Southport, England ; S. Percy
Smith, II. G. Sctli-Sinilli, Kdwaid
Tregear and V. 1). Kenton, of Now
Zealand ; and Rev. J, S. Whitmee,
Mr. Jos. Emerson presented a list
of seventy-six residents ol Honolulu,
who had expressed their desire to be
come members. They were elected
iii block. The membership roll has
now. got beyond 200 names.
Mr. Jos. Emerson was Hie essayist
of the evening. lie read a learned
and lengthy paper, on "The Lessor
Hawaiian Gods," or, as he explained,
"especially those gods who have ic
ceived the worship and become the
patrons of individuals and of fami
lies, and have entered most intimate
ly into their daily life." lie treated
of them under two heads "Unihi
pili" and "Aiiinakua." excluding
several oilier classes like the "lapus,"
or ghosts, and that myriad ol spiiles,
spooks, gnomes and fairies with which
tho llawuiian imagination peopled
earth, sea, air, and tho nelhor as
well as the upper world. At the be
ginning the essayist acknowledged
substantial assistance from Prof. W,
D. Alexander, Dr. JN. 11. Emerson,
Mr. (J. J. Lyons, Mr3. Emma Naku
ina, Mr. J. M. Poepoo, and his
friends among tho kahunas and
others of the Hawaiian people.
Under the first head ho remaiked
that ot all the familiar spirits which
a kahuna summons lo execute his
wishes tho most dreadful is an itnihi
pili. He described the exacting do
tails required for securing an alliance
with such a spirit. The worship or
hoomanamana rendered to the spiiit
is not an ascription power alieady
possessed by the object worshipped,
but an imparling to it of power which
but lor this worship It would nover
have, in short, the god does not
make tho kahuna, but tho knhiiita of
ten makes his god. It takes a long
while of praying before Hie spirit
gets strong enough to be of much ac
count. Tho incantations are pet
forined over the preserved hair and
bones of a departed child relative,
When tho kahuna finds his power in
creasing he helps it along by
throwing pints of the reuiains, sev
erally, into the burning lake of Kil
aiion, which produces a. wind body ;
into the sea, to make a slunk, and in
to a river or pond, for a lizard ; also
keeping a p.ut in a secret recess of
his house, to form a god the same
h wcdeaMA nc a -i ji
kind as in the volcano. If the ka
huna docs not pay strict attention to
his devotions, il means ruin and an
early terrible death to himself and
The lecturer then took up the au
makitas, which, than the unihipili,
aio a far more numerous and varied
class of beings whom the kahuna can
summon lo his aid. Their name is
legion and their influence on the Iln
waiians beyond calculation. lie
showed tho distinction between an
unihipili and an aiimakua. The
unihipili is created as it were by, and
becomes the slave of, a single ka
huna who has the entire responsi
bility of its feeding and growth. An
aiimakua has existed from the very
beginning of tilings. It, may have a
host of worshippois and usually en
ters into intimate and often plens
ant relations with the clan or
Hie class that acknowledge it as
one of llieir gods. Il is therefore
not angered into doing desperate
things, as is an unihipili, by the nog
led of a single worshipper. The
moo or lizard god is the llerccst and
most universally (headed of all the
aiiinakuas. She is in the style of a
mermaid. The sight of a lizard
sometimes produces terror in a Ha
waiian. Two foreign aumakuas are
much invoked now. They were in
troduced by the missionaries and are
Jehovah and the llible. One of the
most worshipped, especially on Ha
waii, is Pole the lire goddess. The
lecturer described many other native
deities good and bud, pleasant and
nasty. The paper was ordered to be
published as No 2 of the Associa
tion's original documents.
Al OPPORTUNITY !
At (he request of a
number ol" our patrons,
we have eoncluded to
offer the services of our
artist, JMr. W. Y. How,
;ts a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow h:ts been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to lenow
in the matter of handling
colors, (-to., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
J lot el street.
IN THE MolNERNY BUllDING,
Is open now and oilers an un
excelled Slock of Eancy Goods.
Wo make a specially of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to lake orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
artistic goods arc offered lo the
ladies of Honolulu.
fcti-irr- A -m ir a ---tr - "
IN THE MclNERNY BUILDING,
J'OJt 8 ALE!
f HAVE four rino Residence Sites,
I Minuted on I ilkol street, for sale.
The Lots have a floatage of I) J feet on
Phkoi Mi cot and mo L'OO feet deep, are
nicely laid out In iiult and Mmde trees
and me all coveied with grass; walei
laid on throughout. Tho situation of
tlu'i-o Lois and the limited utunuor make
It necessary thai intending piuclianen,
Mioiild niiike oiiily application to tho
undersigned, fiom whom all puitlculars
cm be hud. ,IAS. P. MORGAN.
12. 15. THOMAS,
CONTHACTOIt and UUILDER.
Estimate given on all kindb of Jlriok,
lion, Stono and Wooden Buildings. All
kinds of , lobbing hi tho iluildliig Trade
attended to Keopx for bale lii lek. Lime,
Cement, Iron tHono j')no anil Fittings,
Old and Smv Uouugated lion, Minton
Tiles, Quarry Tile-,, assorted sizes and
colois; California ami Mouteioy Sand;
Oianlto L'ufbing and liloeke, Etc.
uor uuiee aim l aril : cor, King and
I Hinllli hticuts. Ollleo Hours: 8 to 12
' A. M., and 1 lo I o. .m.
W Telephones: Hell, .'Wl; Mutual,
ID. Ucbldeuco: Mutual, 110. P. O,
Ho, 117 12I ly
The best thing to hoimI lo
your friends abroad in King
HroB.' Illustrated Souvenir
of Hawaii, which h gotten
up lor tho purpose and is
not an advertisement.
Importer and Dealer in
Steel and Iron Ranges, Stoves ana Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PLATED
LAliiPS - AUD - FIXTURES-
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
1Mii hmI Itloolt." Mot. MT .V V- mUn Jar'u
tfiiders' & Genet al Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WAKE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General Marciiandise,
Blake's Steam Fumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, 'ND REMINGTON
Telephone,, No. ll'J. SJSSJT P. O. Box .'172.
King Street, bet. Foit & AJakea Streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh. California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HANI).
Now Goods received by cvf;iy steamers from San Francisco.
g)S? All oiders faithiiillv attended to and hiitisfactioii guaianleed. Island
uidcrs solicited and imeked with euro.
Telephone.--, No. 175.-
O.ili'ornia Wheat, O.it Hay, in hirge and compressed hales ; Barley, Rolled
.- Ciioiiud Bailey, California & Now Zealand OiUh, Middlings, Bran, Corn,
Cracked Corn, Wheal, Etc., Ele Jitc, Etc. Also,
Drift. d Snow and Victor Flour I
: If XZ Ji'J'lJLIZ iC X5. R5 :
m'o keep coiibtanlly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
X. Unas of San Franeihco, viz.: Bono Meal, Wool Oust, and High Grade
Super HiOBpliutus, all of which eiui bo had al bedrock prices.
&?"" lHltntl orders solicited and snliBfaulion guaranteed. JBR&
LEWIS & CO.. Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Guniti, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crosse & Bhickwell's & J. T. Morton' Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand, Also, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates and Potted Meatb and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, Now Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
P. O. Box 145.-
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by ovory paokot from Eastern States and Europe,
Fiesb California Product) by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended
to and Goods doliveied to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders
solicited. Hatisfactiou guaranteed. 1-91
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w Cii-mminb' Bi.ook, Mi:iioiiant Stm'ut,
EAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSUHANOE PLACED.
tlST Any bubiiiusu ontriutcd to me will tecoive prompt ultontiou, jftM
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
"feKTfc I 9J
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-V. O. Box 297.
-Telephone No. 92.
AND DEALERS IN
roil tiiij -
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Rented,