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1S85. WHOLE No. 1057. terlttttauut aa mada T haa aat..eavae Ma eea jw
General Gordon's Mission.
Wr He "Weait ta At Sniui.
Toe ion of saodingan English officer
to snparintood the withdrawal of the Son
taa gTrwons and the Bimodonment of
that country to the wild tribes led bv Kl
Mahdi. was first broached bv Sir Evelyn
Baring in the fall of 1883 On December
let of thai year the British Government
proposed to employ General "Chinese"
Gofdoo in Egypt in some capacity not
specified; butSir Evelyn objected and the
matter was for a tune dropped. In Jan.
1884. however. Tie Pa'i Stall Gvuettt published
the report of a long interview with
Gordon, and Lord Granville a day or two
after again asked Sir Evelyn Baring if
the General could not be profitably em
ployed in Egypt or the Soudan. Again
Sir Evelyn objected, bat affairs assumed
shortly afterward so serious an aspect at
Khartoum that it appeared necessary to
sent some commander tiuth
er at once. So Sir Evelyn reluctantly assented
to Lord Granville's proposal, and
on January 18 General Gordon set out for
the capital of the Soudan.
Hicks and his army had latelv been an
nihilated. There was a political crisis at
Cairo and Egyptian skies were cloudy in
very quarter. On January 24, General
Gordon accompanied by Colonel Stewart
amvaa in Uairo, received bis commission
the following day as Governor General of
the Sondan, with plenary powers, and then
went oat into the desert, almost alone,
"armed only with moral force and a walking
stick."' "Be not afraid. I am coming.''
was the message he sent in advance to the
beleaguered garrison of Khartoum, and
he arrived there safely on February 18.
Meantime matters elsewhere went from
bad to worse. On February 4, General
Baker was defeated with terrible loss at
Tokar. A week later the rebels took Sin
kat On February 3, Tokar fell into
Osman Digma's hands. Then came the
operations of General Graham and Admiral
Hewett at and near Soakim. resulting
in the defeat of the rebels, and these for a
time distracted attention from the defen
der of Khartoum
Gordon went to Khartoum on a peace
fnl mission, to vrithdra the Egyptian
farces and restore the country to the various
petty Saltans who had been overthrown,
in 1819, by Mehemet Ali. lie was
ran, however, large discretionary power,
was a stupendous task There were
numerous scattered garrisons to be drawn
in to Khartoum, which was to be the last
place evacuated ; and there were tens of
thousands oT seraons with property worth
millions of dollars who wished to leave the
place when the troops "! and who demanded
protection in their flight Then
not only were the various towns and provinces
to be restored to the heirs of their
ancient rulers, bat the powerful lnsurrec
tkm of El Mahdi -against both the Egyptian
Government and the Soudan Saltans
was to be dealt with. On the day of his
arrival at Khartoum. General Gordon
wrote to Sir Evelyn Baring: -To withdraw
without being ebitito place a success
or in my seat woulfl be the signal for
general anarchy. . . i This nomination
of my successor most v direct from tier
MajestyV Government As for the man.
Government should i'lect one above all
others, namely. Zebebj lie alone has the
ability to rule the Soman, and would be
universally accepted ' This Zebehr had
been the principal i liar of the Soudan,
and had aspired to i dependent rovalty;
for which the Khedi ? had recalled him
and was holding hi: in semi-imprison
meat at Cairo. The uestion of sei tding
him to Gordon was i: ich discussed and
it was said that he nxmld not go if ap
pointed, or that if In lid he would tetrar
Oardon. who had pa liis son to death for
inciting a revolt in t Soudan. The result
of it all was. tha Zebehr was not sent,
and Gordon was lef t consummate the
Finding Zebehr i ts nut to be bent to
him. and that on M vh 14 the troops of
El Mahdi had co j leted surrounded
Khartoum. Gordon xame disheartened
and almost desperat His proclamation
allowing the Soudan to re-establish the
slave trade -to issui hich been his first
important act on real ins Khartoum had
bettered the situatioi alysjurtitlv Acain
and again he askod : r Zebehr, for troops.
for money: bat the tritish Government
disregarded the appt !-. On April 8 Gor
don telegraphed to r.r Evelyn Baring:
-1 do not sec the .m of being caught
here to walk about . streets with san
dalled feet as a da ;-h: not that (D.T.I
will ever be taken all' " Eight days later
this tekeram aVhe Government:
"As far I can the situation
is this: you state yjr intention of not
sending any relief here or to Berber,
and you refuse meKebehr. I consider
r mime uj Rner'f uw coMractnaT
lis aaoceasfol operaiton, liowerer,
r 1 he first rlefiBtte torn of aaven rears
imem to justify its further defioite ex. ;
tensron. I am, tbeiefare, sntbonxed, if the
Prosadcnt coacsas, with tbese views, to agree,
on bsbalf of Uis Majesty my sovereign, to extend
the definite darmlkm of the treaty for a
farther term of seren years, and thus rentore
all doubts as to the intentions ol the two
to foster and maintain the retaUons
bow happily existing between the United
Slates and Hawaii.
Tiasun;; that tbese sentiments which animate
my sovereign will be shared by the
President and by yonraelf, and that the
friendly Iks uow further strancthened by an
arrassjantent aacfa aa 1 am antborized to
1 ramsin, sir, witn renewed assurances
tt dmthaptiahed tensiflsrstion,
Year most obedient semst,
H. A. P. CUtTEB.
Bon. Frederick T. Frelroghnyseo, Secretarj
f State, etc.
WMnxus by the cimrtnrtjonooocerriiofr commercial
reciprocity between the United Stales
of Aarerica and His Hamstv the King of the
Hawaiian Islands, cooclnded January 30,
1674, it was agreed that tlie said conrentiea
snosld remaia in force for seven years from the
dale at which it shonW come into
and further, nnctj the expiration of twelve
mmtOm aikr either of the contractinjc parties
nbontd give notice to the other of its wish to
temmate Hie same.
Ami rJecrrw, the aaid term of seven years
baa mured, and tlie said oonvenltov
taminable on twelve months' notrce by either
oT the contracting parttas;
Jf aiaVrcas. The matnal advantases crow
nnr oat of aaid convention may be teaseacd by
Akt aitoiu coMinBaace in force;
Tberefoni, the President of the United States
and Bts Majesty the Kimj of the Hawaiian
Mands, dtnririr that the definite term of
ali in fjreeot sata cjonvwmw u,.
have appointed, the President oT the
raited Stales, Hon. Fderick T.
Secretary of State, and the King of the
Hawaiian Islands, Hon. Henry A.P.Carter,
Us Envoy Extraordinary and Mmiater
to the Ootratwsjenl of the tmtod
ntete. rf America, who, having f",
rbsirfatl powers, whU were lbnndsBment
ud in dae form, have agreed npow the
ABll' u 1.
partijii agree that the said
aajavnlion 1 onccnunj: cejiaeroial reciprocity
sht.1 rcniin n furce tjr a farther term of
sweo years from the dale of exch.nge of rau
tintiomiof this agreement, and further ootil
..ITmonlbs aflereitheTof the contraefng
the same, eavu . - n- -
- i.art.e. Leicg at IHwrlj to p.ve r.
the said U- rin
r.tl.cr at th end of
, , r at .my Itmc tliereaiier
Alan Lf II
.. - . slial I L cx;liaiiSJ
it . i' 1 . r S. A., within ten months, or
1 Teo' , ,. .
-lay rallied the addiliOOil
myself free to act secordiiijj to
I shall hold on here as Ion? as I
can, and if I can suppressive rebellion I
shall do so. If I cannot, I shall retire Jo
the Equator, and leave you the indelibledis
grace of abandoning the garrisons of
Kaseala, Berber. Dongola. with the
certainty that you will eventually be forced
to smash up the Mahdi under great diffi
cullies if yon would retain peace in Egypt."
At the same time Gordon said he was
quite hemmed in and had provisions for
about five months ; and in his desperation
he proposed to appeal to the millionaires
of America for a fund of 1,000.000. The
careless attitude of the British Government
toward him may be seen in Lord
Granville's despatch of April 23: " Gordon
should be informed at once that "'e
do not proprose to supply him with Turkish
or other force. Add expressions both
of respect and gratitude for his gallant
and self-sacrificing conduct and for the
good he has achieved.'"
On June 10 word came that Berber had
been captured and the inhabitants massa
cred oytiie iDturgents. linartonm was
closely beseiged through the summer and
the Government did nothing until August
5, when the House of Commons was asked
for a vote of credit of $1,500,000, to begin
operations for Gordon's relief- A few
days later the Mudir of Dongola received
a letter from Gordon, asking how many
troops were coming to his relief, and by
what road At this time Major Kitchener
was at Dongola, Colonel Colville at
and Sir Evelyn AVood on his way to
Assouan and Wady Haifa, where a const
derable Egyptian force had been gathered,
lluch wrangling followed, as to the best
route to follow to reach Khartoum, and at
last the Xile route was decided upon, and
an expedition fitted out under General
Lord Wokeley. with a corps of Canadian
boatmen to pass the Nile rapids a camel
corps for service on the desert, etc. Lord
AVolseley left England to lead this expedition
on August 31.
Meantime Gordon had been making the
best of his position at Khartoum. El
Mahdi having rejected his ofler to recognize
him as Sultan of Kordofan, Gordon
took the field against him. In his first
battle he was unsuccessful, owing to the
treachery of two Pachas, whom he innne
diately sentenced to death He issued
bills, which the merchants took upon his
personal guarantee, and in this way had
money for soldiers and for supplies. He
raised an army by promising freedom to
negroes. He protected that army from
the assaults of a superior force by planting
torpedoes in front of his lines. He
converted river steamers into marine fortresses
by plating them with iron and
building iowm on them. In Taxious ways
ne waged war so energetically that the
siege was raised after three months. Descending
the river he set fire to Berber, and
sent Colonel Stewart in a steamer to open
communications with Cairo. His messen
ger was treacherously murdered by a
sheikh before he could reach Dongola
September 3 saw the Mudir of Dongola
triumphant over the rebels of Korti. News
was received from Gordon occasionally
during September and October. Then
rumors of the fall of Khartoum and contradictory
counter-rumors began to come
in, and when the British Parliament met
on October 23 the outlook was gloomy.
Lord Wolseley left Wady Haifa for Sarras
on October 28. having, in all, C.000 men.
On November 3 he reached Dongola. Two
days later came word that Gordon, replying
to El Mahdi's summons to surrender,
had defiantly declared his ability to hold
Khartoum against all comers for a dozen
years. More encouraging news came the
next week, that El Mahdi was being aban
doned by his followers. By November 19
there were 9.000 British troops at or south
of Assouan, and steady progress was made
toward Khartoum until the end of the
At the beginning of 18S5 word was received
from Gordon that he was all right,
and still holdine Khartoum Learnimr
that El Mahdi's men came for water at
mgnt to wells at Omderman. across
the river from Khartoum, ha hud
sent armed boats to guard the wells and
prevent access thereto, thereby causing
great suffering among the rebels, many of
whom died from small-pox and dysentery.
The Mahdi withdrew with his army to
Jabbara. two days' march from Omder
man. ."several tribes subsequently deserted.
The Mahdi then told the principal
chiefs that he intended to march
against the Mudir of Dongola. The
chiefs professed readiness to follow, if he
Mahdi would charm off the bullets of the
enemy by leading instead of following his
troops. The next day the Mahdi told the
china he had seen in a dream that the
Mudir was a saint, against whom it was
useless to fight Tnis statement caused
great alarm in the Mahdi's camp. Gor
iiraj nuaiir J
GEORGE I BABCOCK,
(late of Oakland, Cal)
oix 3Piiua.o ar'oxto.
Addreee : Lycan Jt Co . Fort Mreet.
Beeidencr, Ytr Dndolfe. Percunla street 1IEI
w iroarox. KOUTOli
. XV. ROJEXO .V CO'Ji
l.nnr Ranch riantatlon Iealrr in Choice Oro
rtneeaud ITorlelone ana oenrraiatcrcnanaitc.
i ULDit. : - ; Proprtrtor
ivkm:k mjL'.vm' AM)iniri;i. srncrrrs.
CHOICE ALES. WINXS AND LIQUORS
19 ly .
E. S. CTJN1IA,
Xlotoll 'OTTSmlo Sonlor.
la tlie rear cf the " nawallaa iSaxetlc buildmir
IOU yo a Merchant street ly
A- W. PEIRCE & CO
Hir CHASBLKSB k CSX JilSSIOX MEBCHAXTS
Bratrd'e tjane and Bomb Lancee.
, rrrryl)al Pain Ktilcr,
Il Ke M liaru M Honolulu ly
.s. av. nntvii.
Onsuwi'uron Mrrckaml and General VmUr
n Dry Ovuda, Orowrlea. Hardware, SUtlooery
Patent Medlcliiee, Perf amery, and
ISO W A I L TJ K U . M A t I iy
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO,
M. S. GRINBAUM &. CO-
Ne, 121 Onllforain. St- Son rrnneiteo. Cl
D. 1L HITCHCOCK
Attorney nt Lav nnd Notary Public
Una opened an OXce in Ililo. whirr be will promptly
attend 10 all bolneer to nim
Wttl attend all the Term of the (. ircalt Court, and
will aJ attend the Local Clrcoit t. ourte tn Kau
IU SURVETINt. 1KNK ly
MONEY TO LOAN-
Cood Property Security, Stocks,
Bonds, Etc. Apply to
lift. THOMPSON. ATTORNEY hi LAW,
OFFICE Corner Fort and Merchant frtrti",
1017 II I. w
a. s.ctia. J . ATBEKTV
CATI.I. A. coo lit:.
6EIFFIS8 AND C0KJ1IS6I0M XERCE&STt
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Xo 80 JOnr Mreet, Honolulu. H. I
Thi Kohala Misar Co B- B'",'el- or Walalna
The Aleianderc Bard- A I! !mltll i Co Kc-
via Ptant?Ua loa. Kanai.
niirakua Plantattoa x'exnader.Halkn.
Hltcheoek t Maai.
Tli. ' nlon I-- -J" ' " ' "' - cleo.
'.1 ' J a i of Bon
The Blake Jlarnlatl.: ti i . -l
I, r Weffler'n Farrnl i enttlf ujral Marhin,
rbe K' Trrk and rck t Line
The San Jranno.
rv Jincr"oa Medicine,
t ".'or. Vanuri'turinrCompaay. and
01 Wn't Wfl.on "elas JfachlDot 1
don at ibis time estimated Kl Malidi'sl
troops at between 00.000 and 80.000 men.
u.iie who oroueut me letter to j
"SVolseley's camp described Gordon as
spending Ins mguts in a ceaseless watch, j
nsitimr the outposts to see that every i
sentry was on the alert. He had two
palaces, with a gun mounted on each of
them. He always examined the guns at
daybreak in order to assure himself that
they 'jrere properly primed and ready for i
actinu. He then lay down and slept" dnr - 1
ing tne greater part of tlie day. He was
described as cheerful.
General Wolseley on January 9th telegraphed
to the Prince of Wales that he
would be in Khartoum by January 21th.
At the same time it was rexorted that a
detachment of General Gordon's troops
was at Shendy. Two days later a messenger
who had been sent by to
Gordon returned. He had reached Khar
toum safely, but on his way back had
been captured and robbed. He reported
that all was well at Khartoum and that
Gordon was attacking the enemy on every
possible occasion. On the 14th General
Stewart, leading the advance guard of
Wolsey's army set out from Gadgul Wells
for Jletemneb. and was not heard from
for a week, when news came of his bril
liant victory at Abu Klea Wells, noar
Metemneh. in which however. Colonel
Bumaby and other prominent officers
were killed. Again tlie gallant commander
and his little band were lost sight
of. and for a week great anxiety prevailed,
as their position in the desert was thought
in Iia nririrtnl lint nn Tnnnarw S .1 Im..
came known that they had won another!
splendid victory at bliebacat ells and
were safely encainped south of Metemneh.
Mr. Cameron the correspondent of the
London ktniuUinl, had been killed, how
ever, and General Stewart badly wounded.
Metemneh was in the hands of a largo
rebel force led by the regenade French
Communist, Olivier Pain. General Stewart
had received further word from Gor
dou to the effect that all was well and
that he could hold Khartoum for se eral
years yet Soon after this four of Gordon's
steamer's were found near
He had sent them down to meet the
rescuing expedition. -A . '. Tribune,
rpiIE I'XIJKItelGXHI) la HEADY
L to take Vk' to order in bet ttyle of the Photo
Art and cn tlie moet reasonable terms coneUtent ritb
ichs furSlcat A. L Kurt St.
llt II L. CIIAfeE.
G. J. WALLER,
TO THE FRONT !
A OHbAT BOON
To the Honolulu Public
MUTTON, PORK, & FISH
rUK 1 U.U.s AKTE1I BEING KILLED,
BY BELL-COLEMAN'S PATENT DRY
Guaranteed lo keep longer after di lner than PUESH
KILLED HEATS. To be liad In any or
MR. WALLER'S MA1IKETS.
On Kins street. Meat for fate all day.
On Nuttatia Street.
Hotel Street Market,
On Hold street
At tie Flrh Market.
Ob Jlannatea Street.
On Meek Street. Beef and Pork.
Thankm? the penile fur pa favors, I solicit a
continuance 01 uic aane.
WT" C. J.WALLER
SUdAlt XIHV CIDIIMJ l.V mi, (or khIc In
qoaaif till to suit porchasen, bv
litA BK UVWH,
Lomi r fif 1-ort and icueeo l$treeta, fJoaolvlB, II. 1.
The Glaagow and alonolnln Line of Packeta.
Juha llay A Coa Liverpool and London Packets.
The WaUapu PlanUtion, Haul.
The Spencer Plantation, Htlo
Hakalau PlanUtion, Ililo.
3llrrlee5. Tait A Wateon, feosar Machinery.
The Pnoloa aheep BAch Coninany. IWI
IIVJIA ICItOM.. . H.
Importers of General Merchandise
F1SASCE, ENOLAXI), GEIiMA HY, AXD
:.o. . lnctii btreet. llonotaln, 11.1,
21 and it California Mre,
s A x r ft a x t; t .s ; .
flf I arUcniarattenl.cn paid to ftllinc and abipptnr
JAMES 31. 3KI.N.SAKKAT, t
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
rrteclal attention naidtotbr nerotlatiori of Loan.
tonveyancinj;. indall roalltrp appertalnin;loKeal
Notary Pnbljc and Conimifsiancr or Becdi
For tilt State of California and New York
No SI Merchant SI Honolulu II I
!iri.!iivM,i:i.'Tni r Tin;
Following Goods Just l.cccivcd
i:.v i.n: AKitit.ti.st
Black FrencL. Merinos,
LadieV and Gnl'c Umbrella.
Linen Slieetmt. Fine Silk..
Ladlea and Oent'e lloalery.
EnhmlaeTtd Cfolk Table Corert
Ladies' & Gent's Underwear, v?
"Woolen &,Cotton Shirts,
i..m:i;i: assi jit:Tr
White Linen Shirts and Collars,
Wool Dn tHiedr,
Ladlea Ilata. trimmed and uotrtamed .
a iim: lot of
Wew Designed Prints,
J'd a Orerl Variety of bQl
Knlisli and Hoods
too "tcjiLiiocs to ncvrios.
No. 92 King -Street.
vm. mrt stilled- il(r pm, miy awl - iijiort of thoac
wlto fur ! m n km nud
dralt ilt. tith,
Plain Talk Pays Always
rrrtK ha for manjymr work4 for abd endeavored
topieaftCfTcfTcIateaf the tummitr from the hijrbeat
tn the land down tn the humblest of the worklayt
clae, and he can My that durlnr that time he nvfrr
mAe an enemy or lost a enstomtr. Now be has agsfft
pat hU hand to the plow, and i a wel! able and
to tire honest work. Kood material, and fair tatee
for money a ever ret was done in the Hawaiian I
landf U ALU AY ON HANI)
Single & Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A KILL LISE OP
English & Sydney Saddles,
baddle Clothe. Ulaukits, eti , alnaya In ftotk
60- What he ha no! pot he-can make ltx'il
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
No. 120 Broadway, Now York.
(ESjTADUMIEI) IN IM!I.)
Ireue I'olfLics od all th hvt.t lan, among which
are lobe fonnd many new departure, containing
tare not yet in use In other companies almln to tbe
comfort and ccturity of the I'OLICY HOLDERS.
This Company may be safely called the Htneer In
moet of the important !nf orattee reformi, and for IhU
rraeon as well as many others, it cow trumei the
lanrett yearly baslueM done by any one companr It
the world, rolkles are both
NON-FORFEITABLE AND INDISPUTABLE
Aw1..Dl31. 1SJ4... ...JM.WOrH Til
LlaWlitlo " . .. H,u,Gi; H
burpla S.ll&MB as
(New York Mandard). 12,lU,7tb ru
NEW ASSURACE, 1MJ,
Which please compare with otbtr
Companies 3 81,131,731 U)
liicrraseor !Mtrp!u !,IM.ue2 85
The return, for Ivil art. mil yit tohaod, bat will
3 ow u splendid menace.
tT for pamphlets or full particulars, apply to
" ' ALEX. J (.AlrrWHlUHT. A;cnt.
61 Nuuanu Street,
Bi j to riotlf j their cuttomcra and tha public scnerallr
that they have moved to the abore eommoilioaa
pniof premUes, (lalelr occupied bjr Ooo Kim)
where thiy har novt for sale, mini ot the
Firest Goods to be Found in Honolulu
Embiacin all grades of
Silks, Satins, Dress Goods, Etc
FULL LINE or-
TWEEDS. ETC, tollable. Tor Gcntliracn's, Wear.
TAILORING IN AIL ITS BRANCHES
Unit: on, under :ht ei.pi rvision of a.
CUTTER AND TITTER
A U00J Ftt an-1 isatiefaclioii Uuaraiitvcd. I0 lj
HAA'IXO. SOLl MY STOCK J2s'
... ..Jf- "'" soodwiilofroj bualncta to the
PACIFIC ILUIOWAIIE CO (Llmltei ) I dealre toe?,
prwa mr that t to the community senerallr Tor their
in Ibe past, and to rapwtfully solicit for
the future thetr cu'tom for the now concern in which
Jam personally and : financially oraWa
tu me or tb nrw a;, rM ..i.itt ." ZT
I line, will for the pretent liae my permial uoern.
"-" OAJUUJULi SUIT.
T1Ul ?SIG2fi:u 1JKG TO
.r.v '"'""n'lomeraandHc public In nnenl
Ihatlhej Bate lworht out the entire atoct in trade
Mr. f amnel Xott, which added to that Hue Maartment
of IIoom Jod(, tlc inaLea a ten full
and complete line of Good".
(iU1!?' vlH 'W at ,he lwel Market Price.
""t PACIFIC 1IA1IDWAHE CO.
EXCHANGE ON CHINA !
J. TARED TO DIIAW OS THE "'L.
Clorlercd Bank or India, Anstrali and
MK UlbliOP i CO. 1IM
Japanese Lacquered Ware
Also, Jio. 1 ltlcc For Sale.
' li&! ly
J. NCI-TE, : : Proprietor.
Itejrs to announce to hie ftund. and the
public in general
That ho bat. opened the above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
bo .erred from s a. m. till 10 p under tha
immediate aupcTYtaloo of a Competent Cae o Cmhlnt
TIIE FISEST GRADES OK
Cigars, Pipes and
hoecn by a peronal rr lection from
bar been cbulncd. and will be added to from
lime to time
ur. of UruunaickA; HalUf r
Olcbruted liilliard -Tables
tt cuun'Ctml w Llli the rtUhlfliun Dt, where loterf
of tin rnccan pwtiripatc IB6
Visiting San Francisco
Hawaiian Papers on File
AT THE OFFICE OK THE
S. F. Merciiant.
eserraper, I'm", lnk.llirectoric. and mfornialtoa on
C. R. BUCKLAND.
Editor &. Proprietor
;M "S. F. Merchant,"
iTlliAl: SUM CUJIIAU IA eiinl lor aalo
J qnantltle. to.olt parekaaeif. hj
HAWAIIAN S0&P WORKS!
GREY & CO.,
and Dralrra In
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
L.len. lCtuc; Street. Ilonolnln.
Iieef. Milton and Hal Tallov wanted. Ordert left a-Bolle.
1; Caa. Qs-n fclreet. illl mrel villi prompt att
$3fi C. WALLER, Proprlctor.2
toil CkolcettMuufroEiFlneatllenlr. m
CV TJIK DKNoJIIATIOXfe or
J l."f.l3and IOCnt can ? pnrebaed a.t tin
any TUtotltrfrnia on to onetbosianil
ZavejcrjrB rnwmiMldtac: on ttio other It Una caa
thetn Inrattse local 'ottoficea; al9ometlc
1 prd f ortia rep cardf.
EE, : : Proprietor.
hg and Building. to
id FtnUb !wayB on band "E!
and SgTt Stovetrood Cat
"OR & BUILDER
cam Planing Mills,
lie, Honolulu, II. I. ogee the
:nres all ktada f
lincis, Sashes, Doors
da of Woodwork Finiah.
li and Band Sawing!
I. UIN'DN OI'
HorticinB and TennnUng,
Oll'TLr ATTEXDEV TO CASK
e other ItUndi ollcUl.
V61. WO lyr
k trr, m: a it 1 1 r i: i. s r.
ER OF MONUMENTS
ets, Martle Mantels, .
Vashetand Tops, and
tck and White Marble.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
IDK TO OKDEH
EST POSSIBLE RATES.
I XlrtiiHtonet Cleiuie,! ami
er leland. protnptij attended lo.
ho: MAS LACK
Fort St, Honolulu.
tines, and Conuino
'p, Howe, and
turd's Machine Needles,
11 kinds & sizes; On
Corticalli Silk, of
in all colors;
EMi, MACHINE C0TT0X.
a itcliahle Cnt Paper Tatterne.
IScallone. Dealer in
and Sporting (iood..
birder. Cape. A Mctalic I'.rtildzee.
In all MZI
rl h - run - of fc lAi.it (inn
li rrm.ii Mi Irli I am t ow pre
tlii" In Ui t and
p i. 0J
Is Snpcrccdhu all other htp.im ISoIIers,
iu:c.vihi: it is mouh
Economical of .Fuel,
Xes to Explode.
Easier of Transportation
AND COSTS UO MORE !
CS Fall and pnee can be obtained bj
W, E. ROWELL, Honolulu.
1041 tsZ ' 3"te .V;rnt Hawaiian Iilavdv.
TELrPHOUX No. 408.
iw fVAC luOOBE.
-in mju.v.mj sritr.irr. uii.viii.ixi:,
oiiu iiianv iiotfsu srron.jj
CHOICEST MELKCTIOS Of
FANCY CANDIES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS:
Cream. Ojtt Larmrln ttaipirni
Almondc. A. I) lion ton . Citmn Jellj Icp, rtocaze
Slice. Iloae and Lcrn.m Unm Itrop. C V NonpHl
antl BrlllUftt Ix.z Mint LotcBgert,
Sptccd Chocolate. Ibotntatr Crtams and
Fancy and Plain rllxod Candles,
lrcn S AlnrmiU Brazilc
Hitfcrte' Eir Urorice. dn" iam
lprncc O urn, l'rixr lUtXt
The abov Candlev Retailed at wUo per lb.
0r V ILL AYP TKY THKM. '
Clsan. C!sarrtlc.. Tobacru, Jb Cn Mnla
Water X (finsrr Ale on Icr, and fall 1nc of
IW FABlIIiY GROCERIES. jrix
Mr. li. B. EEEE
From Great Britain
And will soon open with a
SELECTION of GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S WEAE i
And Purchased Toy Himself
,G in Person.
STBAH.AND VACUUM PUB1P8
THK LXI)ElU5lC;KBI) MAVU.rUtJT
rtteired per Am Tdmer. from novten. a fell aa
aortfntntMtae.e celebrated fnmpe. whka are
be and tetter tban any otber atjle nf
Xminp imfiorteil. We call tbe attention n rdaateje par
tlcnUtljtolbeVacinBi rnmp, walca ia lefr eoarpll
tated aad mors icrrlcable this other nmnpe. '
ma ta C VKSWZtt CO.
Boston Doard of Uniltrwrllfrs.
OKMTS for the llanallan lalaiida.
ma iy C PRBWER A ro.
'riiiladelphia Board of Cndcrwrilcn.
RESTS for the Hawaiian lalamla.
tnia) y C nHBWRR.tCO
r. a. .h;ii.vi:fi:ii.
(IRXTofilrrmcn Daardef Unil.rnrtteraf
Aeeat of I)reaca Itoard of CnaWwrttar.
Aarnt of Vienna Hoard of Underwriter.
asaln.t Inanranee Connanlea wltala Ike
dletloa of the abore Itoard. af aa!
be eertlfted to bv the abore Asent lo mala taeat
fllllK ACIF.ST FOR TIIE nillTIHII Far-
visit Marine Iniraoee Coeapanr (Limited) haa
Instruction, to IteUnee the Unlew of In-
between Honolulu and Tort in la rmeile. and
now prepared to I. me rollelr. at the brweat rate.,
a ipeclal rednetlon on ttn,ht per tramer.
TIIKO 11. n.VVIKS.
Il Sly AcrntlVit For Mar In.. Co.. Liniitwl
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
I'.Mirjtsiuxr.n n.vvisd nr.r.N ap.
pointed AaenU of the above Company, are prepared
to ln.ure rl.k. ariin.t lire on Htone and Ilrlek
IIullriliicn.andORrriereh.anriLe' ttoretl thereta.oa
net favoraele term Tor partlenlar. aa ply at th.
of HH1 ly F A iiClIAKyBRJtCO.
FIRE INSURANCE R0MPANY,
and Machinery In.nre.1 ajalntt Fire on the
A. J AI.IJKIt, A cent for the Ilawallaa I.laada.
OF HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT.
ASSETS JHHUlni 1ST. 1334. : II.4lUH.il.
iiaci (17KB inui ut lhunajre by Fire an
Building. Mfrchftudtuc. Machlocrj tiw Fnraltnrc an
lm .aent for Hawaiian lolartU
AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
An eU January lit, 1881. S1,5D5,J50.31.
TaVe. Iti.ka against Loa. or JJatnase by Fire on
Ilulldlnm. Merchandl.e Macninrryann Purnltnro on
iavorauie term.. A. JAEtlER.
Aircnt for liawalisa Island..
The City of London Tiro Insurance
CAPITAL, : 310,000,000
KSTAllMMI.:. A.V A.K.M'Y AT
lloDolnlit for the lUiritHan Ulardx. the
U jrfparri tn acct pt rinke drt on
Furniture, Machlnen, on the mMi
Loes rrnmplljr .VlJiiHteilaniir.ijablel.cre
10TC It A.:' nt for thr Hawaiian Island.
lft.ll A. . JAEGER. for Hie Haw n I
UVERPOOL and YoNDOM and GLOBE
Claims Paltl, 888,714,000
i.vr.nii.iiin:i ax aii'Y i
Honolulu for the Hawaiian Uland. and the un
der.lirntd are prepared to write rl.R. a(raia.t
Finn ox miLDixfis, .iiiiiuiiamiisi: v
foiatl (pmi HtfrIntUjr
I)Uchrtldwf)lltisiiaii(lcfiitetitc In sored for a pcrlr
lime irc, for two prfmlomi In adivftnee. I.ifi
iirniuititr ndjutoil mil inynbl Iicr.
ioi7 bm manor a to
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
F 0 It T U N A
General Insurance Company of Berlin.
rnin: aihhi: i.vMctsii KDflMXICN
nave etabll.hed a tltneral Azrney here, and the
nnderslsned. General Agenli . are anthorlaed to take
IttiUf nffnllivt tlir Inn,;eranl tlie.Sen.nl the
3lnt Itcnonnble Yfntea. nutl nil the
Jlo.t ratornble Term..
tlr.l) lj F A ACO .(lener.l Ajent..
Culillnl : s It.leh.iiinrl.'. 9,uuo.oo.
"in", uxj)i:iwi(ji;u n vvixa
tn rn lppotr.trdacnt nX the atnvc iotnpanr for
lUralun Uland) I prepared tn accept rUk
rlrc on Holldl3, rtinillrtre, Mrrenandue,
Snar ilillf.Jlc .on thfrawt fr rable Una.
LOSSES PROMPTLT ADJUSTED A0 P;iA3LE HERE-
11 UIEUKN.Hi IINEIDEK. .
I'At. I, i. At Wilder A Co
General Insurance Corn'py.
Tor Sea River nnd Iautl Trnnsport
HX iC; RSTAISLISHKO AN
n: Ilonolnln for tha Jtawallan
nodi rm.ni'd Ornral r,!ta,rfanlhoiied to take
Most Reaionnfclo Ratc nud on tlie
Movt FnTwra'blo Term.
V a. aciiALVzn a co.
SOU j Agt ut for the UawalUn Inlands
WILDER & CO.,
Honolulu, Haitnllnii lilniida. Utn
eral AEtnlo orili
Mutual Life Insurance Comp'y
r XClt YORK.
Largest, Safest and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO
IN THE W0ELD!
Cash Assets, over S9O.O0O, OOO !
co tor Information rooceroinc tlr Company antl
forlUteaof Infnnncc.ipply lo WTLDEU to ,
tfen'l Arent, or
J E WISKMAX,
IOU Jm solteltlnr.itTnt
"SOUTH BRITISH AND NATIONAL; "
FIUK ASH 3IAKIM: IXSPKANCK
COMPANIES OF NEW ZEALAfTD.
I'nlimlted Llabilltr of Sliarrliolder.. l..oliiS Joint
Harm,; e.ubli.bel aa Asene at llonolnla, for tne
Hawaiian ltlande. the undersigned 1, pretiared to mc
cept rtfk. aam.t rlre on iliitldlne.. ajercbattdlM,,
I'lirnllnra, ilaehlnerf.Ae on the ant taeorabletemi.
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Payable
Marine Rllc on MercaandUa. Fralgat
and Treasnrvt at Current Raft.
L. U. UEMiEII.
Iri A feet for HavaiUe Iplaadt.
T R A. 18-ATI. AST I C
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
C.plUI of tbe Cunpany Jb Reaerfe .Betck.atarka.9RM
their Compaale. " mj&fjlw
nRE INSUHANCE COMPANY,
l their Conipaalea " syixijjlQ
Total , Keleh.nust tlfdajfra
JL or the abore Uirce companU for lb lUwaJfan
IUa4f. are to laareDall4Ia2Fan.ltarr,
MrnhaadUeaodrrodoca. Hatch I o try, 4c, altotfejar
aiMl Hk X Ilia, aad retU in tha harbor. a?.lait Ima
damage by Are m the mat. favorable term.
IOU IJ 11. HAUa.riaIaU LII
Fowler's Patent Tramway,
IS peand Killi. It ponsdIUU.
WithPatent Steel Sleepers
Wu C. EHEWEn . CO.
TJOTTEIW, rKOfJKAJnfEA. HA.16EUK
At, Elf edlUoniy Eieled.at the Oliettt 0Sc
UHlOfl INSURANCE COMFANY
OP MAX PRAXOtSOO.
CASTLE & COOKE. ACENTS
ton for the Hawaiian I.land.. I
50KTK BRITISH ASD HXECAXTUE
or LoxDiix ai BDixnonuit.
ctriT.il. , X 3.aoo,irua
Aceaiaauited aad lamtad aiid . 1.097 J I
ri'itt: D.xnr.naiu.xiin hati: nEcx
X asnadated AGKSTS foe tke aadlek I.hraaV.
and are anranrlaed r Inane, afaia.i flee on FereraMe
tw Rlake taaea la nay aart of a- Uhutd. oa v
and Woodaa BatMRam. aad ,V
in: Uwelltna Houm. and rarattara. TimbeT. I'eala
Ship, in i aaraof wita oewttaeat aaianoa ov aadet r.falr
. mrr;HLAieDR a co..
linw Ateat tat lae Sawattaa I. lead.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Or SOSTUr, M fg
Ik OHal 1'nrvly MxturtLtfi Tmnrmm Cb.in
Uu L'afleK main.
FeUetea laaatd. aa the mart farerabla
Rxnnlle af fon.rorfellnre Plnrt
r,srKBD AOg. TKARiiORDIXAftT LIFR
1 Aaunal prenilnni contlnnra Policy i year. 3 day.
a Aanaal pwatlnme coattaae Parley I year, ttdav.
a Aaaaal prvailania eaallane Pvllcy a year, ft day.
4 Aaaaml nrcailnaa. continue Poltey a year. 4dny,
5 Aanaat preana. eonttaa. Policy la year. M deya
tnll threinsli llnnliln Aaenry.
CASTLE St COOKE, A ;ENTS
taca riiHTim I
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
De.lre to rail the particular attention of everybody,
Tontine investment Policies I
Which contain tbi " IjntWpalaM Chunw,'
Na ItaattlctUn an Travel or MeaMrac.
fftaa froaa Paaftai ad Farraltare
The llcpivlt Kinlnrrntcnt 1'ollrj ami thr
Mutual InTclmpiit 1'ollfj.
This tsmco' the mwt reliable CoMpanim mtaal:
tt oo aapcrtor. awl few einialN. betura all I'laln
promiptlj; acta bonily ami fairly by a 1.
tW for fartltr IniormatNm, write to, nr rail ta
K. W. ta.t!CE.
lfOS t.itoeral Aewt for the Ilawallaa Ulaada
E. O.Hall & Son
i r. run nam; ami o.n tup. r y
Hall's Steel Plows !
i'attlnz fmm Iti In 1 in.
HAIL'S HEAVY STEEL BREAKERS
l; II !', and lit Inrh.
'ALSO- A "KW LIS OF
Hall's Steel Rock Breakers
11, I", and in Inrh.
Cunl lining all the advantage, of other Rreaker. and
h mnlier of new inipr jveraent. alt made hy the
Jiti:vr Miit.i.xr. ft. on ro.
COOK STO V MS
OF ALL SIZES i
K1TCHBX AND H0USHH0M
AND OILS of all kind;
I.UllitlCATINO atak In IW market
KKIiOSBNB A Lnrtr.1
BILVEll 1'L.vrKO Iteed A lbutatK
liimle, (rtmt Cab. l'ow Jer Work.
CAItlllAGE NirfiACIIINK HOLTH-altarFaa:
A SplemlM Aaortmentf
r Ottr (- he utr
freah; hn rrrttfr
,,( rRIRNDH ... OUR ' OtUCHIPTIIt
CATALOGUE, whlrh we will rnl t 17 ftfi aiMHi ppli
Catron, or callan4 prtttHil Miwlt of 'etwaaja)
AT OUR WAREROOIYIS. "t t "
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
Oar Goods are Acknowledged tbe3eit!
"We Use Patent Stoppers
In all ot.. Dottle.. famllea I'.e no
Ginger Ale but ours
CUT POK -
OV Wr drhveT our Ucl Krw if Cfeanra to all parla
f tbe CHy.
Carefal attntlin, peld to f.laed Urdera
The Crystal Soda "Worlis,
P O. BOX S37 : IIOSOLCLC H. I.
tar OUE TElEPHOIiX IS HO. 298. St
f Urdrr. left with Beneoa, Itmllk A to . So II
oil Mtrret. mill rceeiee.1 eaipt atiealMa. Wna
it.ivj; a itnochTix'u or the
Hay, Grain, tfec.
WHICH IK orrEKED AT THE
Lowest Market Prices
aa oeutueo free to mi pin or tie em
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Agenta for the "HOOVES TELEPHOHE."
COMMIRSIONTR Or DEEDS
TULEPiiosB so. 147. u
Wo want tho Public to understand
Union Peed Company,
la Bead an WIIHaa t, Piratea an tae
HW.OATS, BARlYf.BHJIH, &..&L
IT JUT MD
AT THE LOWEST BATES.
A we want ta male room for a targe
Stock as tae vae
ta. OctJ. tllrri
Shipping and Conalssioa nt4
rata S faa ferata Mreet. 8 a fwaeaamly
h. caossauci & bxs..
It Ouualyrr fitre, Saw Yaeiu
hT w. sEVssiircs,
-, Hawaiian Coajalaatl
CEO. F. WELLS,
1418 and 1120 UazkatSUSaa Trtlm
1VKOLB.H.MJ: Jt ttETAlL BSALXS tX
SELF PLAYING IHSTnUHEHTS
Parlor Orcanvroa.. MaaM Oieheetme. V artrna,
Ae Ala !e 1 neat tee Valktaae ad Meiar.
It way rtanea tar the HawaHan hurt T
meann a. rem utaaixe a. ateaeaa,
cncuiLAM & rorro.
GENERAL CQRIlHlSSiart BERCTS
mrohrnsB .B okalurs IX
OrntX "So. 323 CaUImila Straa
row x nLxxufco. cal.
DR. JORUAT." & CO.
rrrius ot vnonswrox
RIl'onD.af lrla. rraaefenara a K
aen of tnalwaae t aa W caajle4 ar
leuer. rmea3IIBearvM. mamunn?.
ilimrala. oa the kiMST.
MxMIOUD HSantAt WCASMtSa
lll.HBtaCarTtlt RP A3B ALL
OOOK "iKST US mh unw
OB aS CK5TW.
DR. J. CQLLIS BROWNE'S nHLOfiCiTHE.
TUB OHH.IS tL and t.tLT US-"E
Adike to Invalid. 'I n vWl N rtahmM
ananl.h. to rala. aad aM(e th. weafx I fcn.lt
nvCraetl dleMM. iavlieavate UW MWMa aaedla, nad
reajaaue ia efteatatlac nrtem. f li. ea. jea am
oar.vlf wlBl Ikal "Witff W
edbvPv 1 CotltBnne(WAraale;aaaT,t
wklck k. ve Ik. aaav. rf fllLOKri:. a U
liana nv Ike ntl.ala M ta arena naaaerra
ft valaakt renaeay ef iKeeaterw.
LMIUIHCIOTI a. lrtb.lM.rMaedTb3anN
Ceaaaninaarai. Bemwaltlr, A.tbma.
t.lIUiml)TNK aeutlie arbarealn Marraara. r
la Ik ear .areiac la ClMlen aad Dfmtnr
ClILOHODrSI rata -keel all anaeJte er
BatHrnr. Hjrerla, PalaaHrtoa. aa4
CHLOROUTSB larta naUbatta. la XnraMa
rMKamatr.ni. Heat. Mealajitla. die.
rraaa Mrme. Jb Co.. MurnmeMle.n Meat
eal Hall, tlnala. Jaaaarj X. WW T 1 T Daeafart
Ren . am. (iteal Kn.Mll Mrtel. Pbmnnbae ,. ti. lj
Dear lUr - We embeae. tkta rtHrnaHi ml
hra too apon tke aide .pr.. repaaalkra Ikta paatlT
aeteeared medicine, t" 1 f.edrra Bremae'a tkhand'ae,
ba. earned for ltlt natearf la HtaaV.UK. batalt
aeeer lk Reel A. a reared fee feafat MUri,. ae na.
naelioei ..briber a better I. fate, tke rewurr
and Ke.kall be f ladle hearer It. .HJ tfne
Tera kae Tke atkee er
MretaMj. .reaawfeHratematkeaur.. baaa.atad.
JadViai from tkelraale. e faae. tbetf efrtea tk.r
wilTkelmt e.aneeat. W.tMId
ednvbui.mof tb exttnurdtaarr 1 'ul
Chlurodyn. t IHartbern ami
aad aa a aedarhra, tkat kat. eceaiea) de. ear
nerreaal efc.er.aaea) daeiaf mane reara. ta
lMar Ama. and eren Is Ike meee MrrtMe mrms r IV
eraluelf. weka.a llae.edl. .arpeairaar.
power V. ka. net-e M-a aaj echrt an. at rate
nmlaclae than t olll Breane'a ftfrnt a ire
tkat It I. It. be.t.aad ahmfeaai a eraM efdaiT
waaaa to the aadtkepaMk. a.-., are at
opinio that Ike .aktlttaueai efaejalne tkaaiaatia
Drawn.. I. . Vnaava t" rates em Tra
eanr or Tan rant., ew ana rannna
auan. We are lx rallkfalrr jear. dll
Uemkera of the Pbarm Breal Betrlaa Bta
BscetlfiicT tb' Ireeoy. fbeml.1.
CttrlON at. W
abated Uui Dr J Colli. Brema. . aadeabwdh
of ( klMtadrae; tkat tke Hetr .fib. e. fea
deal rreeman wan aalra.. wbtok.
: .ar had been .wefala. - TW Tteae
Held ia battle, at I". I'M. a, M.. la. a., mm tie
laae t. eeaalae wltkemt Ike aaeda ' Dr J t er;
II. Rrnwae. i " em tke tpna.iamia. team p
Urerasslmlna arrdleal tMltmamji eaca
Cantlea - aVware of utd Imttetaaae
Hole J T DAVIS MHtT tt k-ea
RaaMll mreet. Wtiitiatkai). Umlan. foe ana
Statioiii'rs and News Dealers,
Hawaiian Uaeelia Hleea.3?Ilerelaall.
Uate Jaal Wiaaria ex Marlpeea. a Me.
AMOStl WDK'n HAT BC IfttCO
lajuaa aaa aarraw the rea. 1. waenne y Qatrt.
Mi Burn. a. a. la.
Fell rterl II. If . nam,
Waietil nt Pvat
Banker. Lorre. Iwert. .ataal.
la laet e a.. Inaaeaa4. 9mt ti1
(AaTEII imMnl I nrrian: A HrfiltMr.
n 'jaar piai.MM 't peat.
CAaTTKIt!! WBITIM. rn fn.
In qnan., aim '. pint, imm .mee
Ink t. nt. ', ptee Jt eoae.
In iwki. pl.t. . pani. A ta-te.
STAFrOaJV ia ijaart. .-l ptal.
EffjtHi.a PVrf.mt .k
Ml t'llllil. l.nl. p.- ', pi. itawa..
l-.,. ajaeaue. ttnie
loit; loll Vmael aa4 keJf l-.A
MaMrallaeamlaaa a.l! krnut
Maaa foalat.' rape
fi:.a IttiLDCIta 1 la rH.
aewinaaam reweaar, vapjiaa reaene.
raae. . a.llea. reaeiie At.
Hmmjtm R..UI tmmmr
MIU1I tXlll'Jf null l a. a tarte eaebee:
TIME BOUKM. amiwra: tkHetl.rb
eajpamnr Tap. Toeriet tmf
Inrltailon Paper Jb Enelopea ta aaatcm.
Kail lTgraaaeie ( aea. Peaellf aa4 Taaeet.
LETTEE PEZSSES, LAE0Z 4 SHALL i
OaaVr BaaaK an .raer.
An4 meay aelter an let.. I, nam rem u ateaeaea
riper ee Mamaata pM.ke4. ataapHme. Atoa.atr
aU Ike LOTarraau.aaMaaatHMe.li'wWee.l
fee.. FaMllff LlaeafT.eac.arweve eat aa4.at4fent
name-re Mat fee a. eeaVe.
e-SPECIAL Oneer.Beeeti'ed me BOOK ETt
RED ItrUBKK HT.VM1 AUBXHT ?
aad .aent. lee ta. Baeyclepam BrttaaeVm
All triaa4 eelee fs4 Preptli -
1. H. OAT. Jr. ft CO.
MBS tf O.airra Bmek. Meraaa at
REMOVED TO 82. KINQ ST
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
tbe pwkMe tkat ke aa. ename4 front t ten
b.11 . Bferk to 3 KIXO WTSEXT. aJJMeni emee
of Sir 1. 1 VCmtnmnm where ke kaa apeeei in..
Lent. aaM KKeenat A.ertmea af
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
fwrnt (.elekralail Xrlere
A Splcncid Assortment of FIm
Jewelry in Gold & Silver,
Bleiljr awaaied wH rrrelw. Pieaw. A.. fV aear
nuteaof Vraic it, ISJTBCaESTS aakaMt
A Great Variety of Harm.
ifT Tbe aifaUoa of W"w ar (r
UmU la itkala. ta J1M total
cbaj.aiT eaMPlMTK. WLK r
DE. E. CC0K WEBJ,
omC)t A5l BElMBEStl.
CORKER HICrUKBS i. KSETWtt 3TS.
WORK KOtCtTKC 1J
74" Xjs .v. i. ' SS