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Thfl jenrtj roreting of tie Sailore' Bonn Society
wm held Kt the Ilome on Wedociy last,
the Zlr.1 Inst, at 11 .., a N. Caatfo, President, in
the chair. The meeting rrns opened Kith prayer
by the Her. S. E. Damon. After reading of the
tninotesof the prerioas xneeUnc, the Treasurer
read the following report, corenng a apace of two
Tkc Satloiu' IIovz r Atoocxt mm Cnaa. It. Bxsnor.
JS?P TJsSl fealsnce a per act rroM J85 K
iuu Dec 1 month's rent of Cellar. Kl 00
ISM Dec IS liy isi noma's rent of onicr. 100 oo
1-13 balance.... 3S.H
JE80 Jan SiDKonbc't bill. J 44 SO
- -- J. n. Mack's bill iOO
" " G. fercelten & Co bill 1 10
.. .. .. .. Lorrr, 4 Dickson's 1J
" " " -
Dee M 503
1SSI - - - E Dnneconibe'a - 43 40
. F. Barrrss's "145
1881 balance $3S 14
E 4. O Z Cnaa. It. Bunor.
TJonolnla, Dec a, 1881.
The amount of (103 being doe shows a balance
of IGUBG to the credit of the Sailors' Home.
iivr. S. C. Damon, Chairman of the Execatire
Committee then read the following annual report,
which we commend to the attention of our readers:
Erroni or cnuKitiN or xxrctmrc committee.
We have assembled to recognize the 37th
of an Institution, which was established
more than a quarter of n century ago, for the
benefit of seamen. It is confidently asserted that
the original design of the Society and the "ilome"
has not been departed from, although other
classes in the community hare enjoyed its benefits.
With the change in the bnsiness and commercial
affairs of Honolulu, a change has taken
place among those resorting to the " ilome."
Tbo " Ilome"' naturally comes to be a resort for
strangers, of Tanonj nationalities, passing through
Honolulu. It is now "Ihe Strangers' Itest," a
namepren to a class of homes" established in
Liverpool, London and other European cities.
" hile seamen have resorted hither as in former
years, (of their own free will, or sent hither by
Consuls,) strangers Norwegians, Portuguese,
South Sea Islanders and other nationalities have
here found n temporary home. These representatives
of a dozen different nationalities and races,
have fonnd in Mr. and Mrs. Dnnscombe, persons
who have thoughtfully provided for their present
necessities and sent them forward on the journey
oi uie. from not a lew oi inese aina worasol
thanksgiving liae been returned, like the following,
from an English sailor, who thns writes from
Portland, Oregon, under date of Nov. 4th last:
"About a mouth ago, tou remember the barque
GUnrala coming to Honolulu. I am the apprentice
that came to the Heading Uoom, to whom yon
tracts; the Bible was brought up from the
ttom of my chest, and I began to think of
'olden times.' I shall ever bless Uod that took
mo to Honolulu."
-Mr. Dnnscorabo Ss constantly receiving similar
letters frmii seamen and laborers. tiAusinrv thmnoh
Honolulu to the various plantations on the Islands,
(scarcely ft day passes that tho keeper of
the "Home" is not assisting some stranger newly
arrived, onward to his future home on other Isl
ands or distant part of the world. Hence I am
confident in asserting, that the Honolulu Sailors'
Home, with its "lodgings," "Heading Hoom,"
" Ilible and Tract Depository " and other elements
of moral good, is now accomplishing the grand
object of its original design under tho reign of
Knmehamcha III, and which has been continued
under his successors to the present time. Tho
"Hoine'' has been a centre from whence has
emanated good to both the bodies and souls of
hundreds and thousands.
In the management of the establishment, it has
been ss carefully conducted, that since 1874, the
Jiuulic has not been called upon to contribute one
lollar for its mpport. There has been n small
bal mco in tho treasury, nt the end of each year as
follows: $3 00 in 1874, $m in 187.r, $13 7C in 1876,
$3.31 in 1877, $53.53 in 1878, $83 82 in 1879, and for
18.SOandlb81 it will appear that the "Home "is
Ihe lime has come when some imnortant re.
pnirsf re absolutely needed, and the mam building
needs repaiuting. It is to be hoped the "trustees
nl this annual meeting will take the necessary
iteps to carry out this measure.
'ihe Chairman of the Executive Committee in
making this annual rt port, desires to expresshis
acknowledgments to all patrons and snppurttrs of
this ettblishmcnt, which he has endeavored most
carefully to guard and watch over for more than
a quarter of a century. I do not think, I could
liavs mora faithfully looked out fur its welfare, or
guarded its interest, if it had been my own
from which I was deriving an nnnnal income
of substantial pecuniary support, or emolument.
S. C. Damok,
Chairman of Executive Committee.
Honolnlo, Dec. 23,1881.
In place of the retiring trustees the following
gentlemen wera elected by ballot to serve for a
term of three J ears: E. O. Hall, S. C. Damon, J.
C. Ghdc, IJ. r. Dillingham, H. May, A. S. Cleg-horn;
to fill the vacancy caused by" the death of
3. 0. Dickson, C. M. Cooke was duly elected.
After the adjournment of the mcetinz of the
Sillors' Homo bociety, a meeting of tho Hotrd of
Tnnteeswas called to order by the President, S.
N. Castle. The minutes of the last meeting being
road and approved, the election of officers of tbo
IJoxrd by ballot was proceeded with which resulted
ns follows: S.N. Castle, President; C. II. Bishop,
Iruasurer; F. A. Schacfcr, becrotarj; Executive
Committee, Hev.S. C. Damon, E. O.llall, P. C.
The Trustees inspected tho entire building and
found the same well kept, but needing repairs. It
was therefore on motion earned that the Executive
Committee bo authorized to spend a sum not
to exceed (300, for repairs and to deviso ways and
lniwns for procuring the necessary funds. No
doubt the community will respond to a call made
on them for as useful an institution as the Sailors'
Home has proved to be for a term of
fcUL Premises knan as "I'Lt'LAM."
kahna. latelr necnplrd by II. I! II . Commlitlonrr,
James Hay V Efij The balldlrrs hae JuM
been- tboronruly painted, and t lnorwle lm
proved for the benrat of the tenant. Oorernment
water laid on besides harlnra nlndmlll, liha snpply
ofLood meet and clean htaitliy water, which has been
anahzed by Prof Thompson of th. Challenrer Espe
onion, anu prniionnrea d htm the best he had seen
since he left hnrlcnd.
For parties tare, inquire o
SI JAS. S. LEMOX.
ranEniATr1 i'wssesshix that
ctj dcrlrable residence !to IDS Nnuann
Arune inntalnlnr; right rooms, kitchen, pantry, bsth
room, senrants' nom. coach lionee. .table and fowl
houre Apply to J. II c.r
28 Blstf J.E WISEMAN, STSIerchanttS
Anchors, Chslns, Cables. Cordate, all slzrs of
Manila end Hemp: Cotton Duck, Flax and Hemp Can-Tas
Cotton and 1 lax Vail Twine,
f,l H0LLES & CO
AS" l"VrOICK OF FIXE SrAKlIiA.
C10I!S. 150 In box, a line article, and also an
Invoice of Manila Clsars. 500 in box. Jut recrhrd
irom .Manila direct ana jiaranteea to oeinesennine
article. For tale by
Ssl I50I.LES &, CO.
COMET TEA. I
in Sib. boxes Japan Tea Someiuj sue
qualltr. Also, Oauchonc and other Black Tea.
Oil fsALi; Ul
vHH1il. HOLLES & CO. 61
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOl'S.
IXTlAf .. LTtsltiliftk riu.tm
lltai iwSk'i" Iron Strapped rlocks, Patent liusblnc
iMiiT1 ,a" asortment of sizes.
ioia I nor t re s. rT
J. D. LANE'S
BETHEL. NTREKT, EAK Kl.tU.
MANUFACTURERS OF MONUMENTS
Tablets, ilarble Mantels,
Tiling in Black and White Marble.
MARBLE WORK OFEVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO OUDKR
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE HATES.
Jtlonnraenl atul IIendtoues Cleaned and
Orders from the other ltlinds promptly attended to.
H3: el aiian
TELEPHONE COMPANY !
I.CORPORATD IILC 30, 1SS0.
II A. WIDEMA2TC. Vnzfwrrr
S O. H lUKi: Vice Pkkmdext
CO. r.KlttlKR. bECKETART jlxdTkcabljueb
VV7R aiu: :ov prkiarx:d to sr.i.i, or
T T rent to the public for private pnrponcs onlj, complete
outfits of Telephonic Instrument of the latest
pattern, Inclndin the celebrated BUp Trantmlttcr.
c will Uo fam!h eetlmalcn to erect prh ate Telephonic
lines on the other Iflanda. For purtlcnlara,
6m Scc'y Hawaiian Ittll Tel rp none Co.
PARTIES HAVING PARCELS TO
forward to (he follow in2port5,lz: II Ho, I'nnalna,
Hotiuapu, Kaalnalo, KcalakfL.ua. Kallna, Kaualliae nnd
fahuL.ona, Hawaii; Kapaa. Kealla. Ilanalrl and
Koloa. Kanat; and PaU, Miat, will rend them to
"So 33 CJneen ftrcct (next door to Mectt BoIle &
Co ), vrherc thev will he packed and to reliable
acrnt isho will deliver thcro to their owner when
called for. Amenta for ports will be secured as
fat as polble. Let voir friends gel their tiling
Mlcandfn good coiigltlnn 677
G- B 3NT C "S-,
Rooms ) aud SI, llerchanta'Exchanje, California SI.
ban Frandco, California.
n. Aii:unsi.i solicit! n for
nil cl'Jnicm imbliilicil n (lie l'.
clllct'onit. IIi',nii(llrli IMmikIi, I'oIj nroln.
Jlexfrmi 1'urlN. lknnmiiR, iilptirfilH( jHpnii.
C'IiIiih, fn 7ralnuil, IIic .Alistrnllnn Cuto.
iilrf, the littorii Mnlcs mid Inrojio. ilri '
ofiifiiily etvry ('nNiiier)nblllivil on the
Pnriflr ast nrf Kepi rtli!nlill3 oil Ilnml,
niltl lt mllcrtln r? nllouctl Trrc firtrvi l
llirnt flnrlnir linilnciH liutnti 'flip ICnmtllnii
iliizrlte Is bcpl ou file lit tlic olllct ul I- I'.
In IIimIh ortlmiillrs
Hotetter Stomach Hitters is as mnch rejsrded as a
housrhold necessity as snear nr coffee. The n aon of
this is that jear. of rxprrlcnce hac prntd It to be
perfectly reliable In those cases of emergency where a
prompt and convenient remedy i demanded. Constipation
liver complaints, dytpesla. Indkettion nnd
other tronbles sre overcome by It. For bale
and Healers, to whom apply for Hostctttr a
Almanac for l!f2
For bale by REDDINOTON & CO ,
W San Francisco. Cal .U.S. A
Head Office, 50 Wall St. New York.
The above Company havlnjrstablUbed an Aencr at
Honolulu for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned is
anthortacd to accept and write Marine Risks on
Freights, Treasure, Commlssbms and Hulls,
at enrrent rates. J. .. WALkER.
67T ly Aent foo the Hawaiian Island".
NEW COFFEE AND LUNCH
S .A. Z-i O O 3T !
WIIOSi: ItEl'UTATION" AS A
I C4Tl.ltl.lt no
toappriseliis friends and thcpablicthathc
has once more come tu the front, and
II Ah OPLAKIS A COirtK A I.UACII tl.DO.V
rn Queen Street, Inst east of JIesrs. II Hackfeld S.
Co . where be will be Meased to sec al his friends inri
fnnilsh them with a Uood Cup of Coffee or a Well
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merit a share of
the public patronage.
PORTABLE OS? PERMANEWT
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Plufd Extracts, Tinctures, -
Powders, Pills, Tonics
PERSIAN 1XSECT POWDER.
KirrLE sniKLDs, stuisges, sirrLKs,
HOP BITTERS, TOILET TAI'ERS.
KORSERY DOTTLES. ETC.
ALSO JUST RECEIVED!
FARINA AND GOSNELL COLOGNE.
SUPERIOR AMERICAN AND FRENCH PERFUMERY,
Lubin's Exquisite Powder,
(Tha best S0A.P for ladies' nnd children.)
CHERRY TOOTH PASTE,
AndaLarjre Afnrtmentof Lnbln and Colcate'a Soaps
aiid Pcrfnmcrjr. Brnrhra and cluer
bopcrior Toilet Articles.
FOR SALE AT VERY LOW PRICES AT
srtgr DR. HOFFMAN'S Drugstore.
HAVING TUST RETURNED
From the United States,
GEORGE W. LINCOLN
Contractor & Builder,
66 KING bTREET, HONOLULU.
DESim:s to iis'FOJtir iits
friends and the public generally that he Is now
prepared to accipt Comrade for
Stores or Dwellings,
Jsinerlca.ni Frrnrli, Ifnllnn, nnlis or
And from Xew Deticnf, which combine all the
reqnisitcs for health and comfort, iu a wuim
Flans and Estimates made npon application
Ilarlng formed abustnet connection with one of the
Principal Mills on the Coast,
I am prepared to do
FIRST CLASS WORK AT MODERATE RATES.
Satisfaction Guaranteed S3
bOLE AGENT 1-OR THE
An Invaluable requisite for Good IIoureLecper.
One of the Latest Indentions fi.r rt toothing Saws has
been brought by me from the Coast, and old Cue
lomcr" and new ones, are invited to call on
me with their old and worn-out Sana
and I will make them as good aa
new and at moderate rates.
Give nvzo a. Call.
WATER PIPES J
ARTIE IX 1VAAT OP UAI.TANIZRII
Ilplnff loUy on from the new stains, will do well
Su aire the undersigned acall. Wsblfe
60,000 feet of Galvanized Pipr
On tuutd. Jon Uecelvedex Abler and Olenlflir "
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES
Tiy tho Morro C'aalie," Jusi at band, we have recetred
a nll Uncut
HOUSE PLUMBING MATERIALS
Earth CluscU, Cist Iron Sinks,
Knamcletl Cast Iron Wasliatands.
Marble tops nnd Basins for Wanlistandri,
with porks and Chains for same,
Iloao JJibli Cocks,
Scnor nnd Sink Traps, Urinals,
Kitchen Slop Sinks, Sink Plugs,
Light Cast iron Soil Pipe, 2, 3 a i inch.
All Work in the Above Line
Will be attended to with diapalch. Alaojcit
at band a new lot of
UNCLE SAM RANGE,
Tares OllTrrent Btjlc, of Tour alzes each. Alo,
Opera, May, Quartette and Ting Hou
Tbf ether nltb lbs
Cotton Plant, Sunny South
Magna Charta, Osceola,
Demand, Buck's and
Charter Oak Stoves.
SUPERIOR FRKNCU RANGES,
tor Prlralelamllics, ur Hotels.
hips' and Schooners' Ciboosc,
Laundry Stoves, Kerosono Stovcn
IF TOTJ AUK IS NEKD OF
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINK!
go on sr.xn to
R m. TfflslH& tZI.. .. V aLiitj v- I sssWa j Jm f 1"
" Tor sale to arrire of I
i . - ,, pcrI)akr Abcco.l, ,.
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fem -V. thjyn.ll. and tear.
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I .aHkjstMill They t37ApplT" L. lKhh, or Bt ""w
Xl t , aJPfeter will find O W. Macrarlanc Jt Co, j"
' . , V clr feed lor 831 If AtenUfor Jno. Fimler.CaH ' .
r rv ' 'v , I .m St. IVIarceauxJlif
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LA J " JRbr Jut tirrioliwPJBgg V 1 a
A WORD TO THE WISE
M. J. HOSE
AGAIN ON HAND !
And better able than ever to turn out
Carriage "Work of all
.JUST TAKEN IK HIS
Jity' State Carrlige to renovate and pnh
np to be in readineo mi his return trip from arunnd
the Globe, ray artlit Mat. Cannavan the carriage
nalntcr. latr of Philadelphia, ---.-- . fieli confident that ue
rn tint nn nrh a nnin as na nerer ocrn een in
Honolulu ; and. furthermore, I wlh It dutlnctlr
imdentond that I will not be retponatble for anr
dcnMthat mlcht happen on that ocealon; In fact all
mj Carrtar;e that are painted Mat. are liable to
frighten anr fractions horses; therefore I should
all parties seeing
Rose's make of Carriages
coming to get a llzht grip rtn the ribbons and thereby
avoid an accident. 1 also wish ttf itmte thai the
GLOSS AN D FINISH
r BT-IS DTJRABI.E,M
And mil last for fears If the job is properly cared fir,
i1m only the ery BhhTof VALEMlMiS' and
Harku i Son.- lit 31 EMiLIhll YARMbllES.
Aleo, plearobearin mind that 1 am taming oat aome
That has ever been made In this Kingdom, Aa a for-
cur harness maker said:
' I employ no prison labor."
And I sar I employ none bnt the VERY DKbXthat
can be had In the Ittaun. 1 wish to call jonr attention
to two sets jntt turned out for A. 1ckfuler, Ltq.,
American Contul here. Any one uishiu,;. to see this
tine turn out may du so by cofnr; out on the 1'lalns any
Cue afternoon after 4 o'clock, and, at a distance of
more than half a mile, can see the splendid pair of
creams the Iurtrc of the tarnish, the brightness of
Ihe rich sold plate, and the shining of the rostttes In
the dazznn; rays of the sun, In fait, it would remind
one if tic had lired some thousands of years ason hen
there Has a cood man translated to the skies in a
f;oldcu chariot; tu tact, the uhule trap looks as though
t had been produced by thomaclc powers of Ataddln'a
Lamp, it Is too hsndiome tu be made by mortal man.
I am aim bnlldiu. some rcry fine
Expresses and Family Carriages.
I also vrljh to call yonr attention to the One stock of
1 Carriage Materials,
That I bare on hand and for sale, and the large lot
note on theuay from cwlnL, of all kinds of stock,
viz: poke, lluhe, Lent Itlms of all sizes, and
am compelled to charge a small adranct. on mj former
prices ou account of the r quality of the (roods
JCj urucrs iruin rcspousioiL parties on inc oiucr
jsiaoas prumpuy nueuuiu 10.
In ordering; Mule Harness
irnm the other Islands, for plantation use, please give
hcixtli and length of the animal as near as possible, to
as tu ensure a nu
Factory and Place of Business,
n, 81 and &1 Kins St., Honolulu. 6T5
E. O.-HALL & M
HAVIK6 MAT)i; KXT15NSIV35
addltiono to their btorc, anil hirln
recrlred dKd by many late arrivala from diflrrent
parts of the world, would
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO TIIEIlt M'LENDID
ASSORTIYiENT OF PLOWS!
Two car load of wMcfi hre latclj been recened from
the Molliio l'Jow Oo .atid cooipriew
" TTrII Steel
K6s. S, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 13 and 11.
HALL'S BREAKERS, 14-INCH
HALL FURROW PLOWS,
Hall Furrow Plows,
i Stool Side Hill Plows,
Kos.S, 12 and II, and the 14 inch
The hnndreda of theabore Flova now In ns in alf
parts of the Idatids will testify for themsclrrs as to
their cood qualities. (V- AKrlcultnral Hare Uoom
hln" blrcct addition )
STOVES AND RANGES
Of all sizes and many kinds. lately recelred and on ex.
hlbitlon In the
New Stove Room on King Street,
Inclndine the Harp, IJay State, 1'atlcm Cook. Model
uook, l.lly uaie, tr; it Jacket. 1 elecrapb. paniple Coot.
uroun, outnern lien, i'lioi ana imeaa aiuses .iiso,
evr Empress and t'nlon Ilanges of all slzss. rsflDc
Cabooses, from o.U to o &; lamie ' Hollers, Mat-iron
Heaters, l'arlor Fiankllns and Coal Oil Mores, all
sizes (bloTe Castings and flrellricka constantly on
AXSO IN STOCK
A GOOD SUPPLY OF OILS !
Kernsens Oil Downer's and Noonday,
Lard Oil in barrels and cases,
Cylinder Oil In barrels and cases.
Lubricating Oil, Ion priced, in barrels and cases,
Castor Oil in barrels and cases,
beat's Kout OH In barrels and cases.
liubbnck's Tale Uoilcdand Haw Oil in barrels and
Besides all the Items above mentioned, we hare on
hand a n ry full stock and assortment of all Uocsls that
sre bale dealt In, and many new things nerer kept before..
675 E. O HALL & 80X.
THE "BIG COLLAR,"
E aa. ' la.r a - .-- f - . r -- -
. - ' - "-- RKS. . !.'..' Q
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Br " '
m& hf 7 i
Holiday Gifts !
WHITNEY & E0BERTS0N
JTJST JEUFiGTil V JbJJD
CITY OF NEW YORK.
COSSISTIXQ IX PAST OF
CHOICE NEW STORY BOOKS !
For Old and Young.
Autograph Albums ;
Elegant Bozes of Papeterie
IS VERY VINE ANDESPENaiVE. NAMELY
Ladies' Work Boxes,
Ladies' & Gentlemen'. Fanes,
Diaries and Daily Journals
OrETcrr SIzo and (Jualltjr for 18SS.
Brackets, &c &&
IN EVERY LINE OF GOODS ON HAND
AVE HAVE A
Full and New Assort
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE bOLD AT
We Wish to Dispose
And not have any
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Carried on to
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100 per ccn
Cardboard, ailver, lisIslslsW
Cardboard, colored and i! lli.l.Hr
WAII L. ki
always on bam
Wo haYO tho lit.
In California. All Goods marl''la pj)
cw Orders by mall answered promc
Wo Have Rocontly Roco(-'d
(many of which aro Entirely fl
viz: Barks F. S. Thompson a ?
Ella, Lady Thompson, W. H.
from Now York
Bk. Sir Lancelot with Fenci
All Kinds CWm
A. BEAC ifflm
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