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SuppfomentSept, 30, 1885.
ENCL.rt SURNAMES.
ia ETTitpr or less degree.
interest in his surname; 3
i -i neor of gratifying those who
Lie to know whence and how their
case into the possession of their
. tl; following Brtidowas prepared
v tucsie in toe Satro Iabrarr, enti
iigiish Sornanies: Their Sources
Scahon?i by Charles 'Wareins
. . M. A.-. The author has divided
-j xnto.nrej&sses, and calls thesepa
'A3ns ; Baptismal, or personal
? :ca! esmanes, otSdal snxname,
tj snmaaes and sobrionet enr.
L 7 mcknaniM.
: the limited scacaat mmmini
f jpoible to take but few names.
tare twen so selected as to ena
reder to form for himself a mean-
U-ur names, which may poesibl
-;t.;nsHp, and which do not appear
-owng list.
preparation of this article the
rcrtcr was indebted to Adolph Satro
i t:ri permission in enabling the
::t to see. the books: and esoeciallv
I -Mrs Albert Satro and George Ho
- echolarlj- aid and eiplanation.
" -rrom tne cnurcn; tne aboot
a Ugh dignitary.
-ZJ1 ( Akerman ) From acre
3 really denoted tbeagcr, crlanf
-Uage, withont thought of definite
measure. It is thought that
was at first strictly applied thus.
in tho time of the Hundred
the following conplet:
loaJsa Bft. BB4 aoo 1b Ifvaca
amacarldutacploach.
j.- is ancient, being first spelled
i t "Aikman," and is not ol
a, as has been supposed, il
Hundred Rolls, and else--xs
in such entries as "Alex
IriCTnanT -lloger le Acreman,"
lk-man," and "John Ie Aknr-
" j r-asiderable dispute as to the
' the -Hundred Bolls." One
blends that it means ltW Til
-tiJaijther 100 families; and then
u at'e men of war," probably the
: j i f-rr'ies. Howerer, the dinding
r..- into hundred for the better
-rr-t was borrowed from Germany
r Alfred, when cot or cetit is a
ict.i over 100 towns. Such is the
rJ -f ze hundred, which still retain
This information is taken from
-xdj of E. Chambers, F. K. S,
-J in 17S5.
ir - From acorn, also Acland and
Adkinson, Adamson are dis-
the connexion of ideas that gavtirise to
sncn sobriquets as were represctted by
Alice le Hoc.' 'John le Bacun,' 'Vaiiam
Gryie' and 'John Pcrcell.' 'BobertSpich
fat," from the old 'epic,' bacon, seea to re
fer to the greasy habits of their owners."
rjaacocit uatcoct, xSabcock, llartlett
From Bartholomew, who, "forwhatreason
I can scarcely say, was prime f avorro with
our fore-fathers, and has left innnroerable
proofsof the.same."
Bagger, Badger "Tho badger, npto tho
venteenth century, was an ordinary term
."or one who "had a special license to pur
chase corn from farmers at tho provincial
narkets and fairs, and then dispose of it
Jsewhero without the penalty of enrross-
.Baldwin An ancient name which rame
in at the Conquest, and supposed to Jm of
Flemish origin.
-Bancroft from bean-croft, Berocrolt from
Jarley croft and Haycroft, that is hedged
oroft. A "croft" was an enclosed field for
pasture.
Barbour, Barbor, Barbers, Barbur-From
oarber in olden days, and -combined tho
tonsorial art with" that of dentistry. It
nay hero be remarked that such names as
Barber and Butcher aro taken from their
occupation.
Barnes, Booth, Boothman, are of the
-amo origin, itnd "may possibly Irave kept
,he stall at tb. e fair or market."
Bell "It is astonishinc- how carefully
ill a sobriquet of an undonbtdly com
;ilimcntary na turo find itself preserved, it
oeing taken fr om tho French bean or belle,
oandsome. T he name Belbam is a case in
point, which .ns oriinnally Bellhomme.
Bee is a nan 10 like wasp, now "Wap, and
is taken from insects and reptiles, and
comes undur the classification of nick
names. Tho inference may be drown that
me name ol tne bearer was signibcant ot
his character.
Bennet. "Benson. Benncttson. our "Ben
nets," when not belonging to the class of
baptismal names (as a corruption of "Bene
dict,") onco performed the functions of
"exorcistt." and. the word "benefit" is
similarly dent ed.
Berkeley Derived from lee, a shelter,
and lea, a pasture, and is characteristic ot
the treas which enclosed it, such as Ashley,
Fimsler. Oaklev. Tindlov-
Bird This name camo from tho falcon
ers of olden time, and in that class may
be nlaeed all bird names, -which too were
civen for the"charactenstics of the'posses-
sor. Thus- a rapacious arum was called
John le Kvte. and the ancient dude was
called Popinjay, which has degenerated
into Parrot.
Blaine "From a Wji w aJUtJ, a place
where the crain has not f.-prnng." It is of
Scotch oriirin.
BlnVp -Thn darkcr-hncd countenances
of our f ort-f athcrs aro immortalixed also
in ancb pntne as Ruvno le BlakO Or
'Stephen le BUk. no w found, as Blake,
XJlaelc'
Blunt From blonde, fair.
Birth-. Bliss and otKer such nanies were
given from mental and moral peculiarities.
Bond "Bnt we are not wituou t vestiges
of the baser servitudes of the tim e, and in
this category wo most set the great uulJi
nf th Btmpnltnral rlassM nf the twelfth
- . . .. . a .a
and tnirtoentn. centimes, xne nesceuu-
ants of the old 'Ivo le Bondes and
Bondes1 sro still in our midst.
Boon Corruption of bon, good.
TlrwiV From hmnt. stream-
Burronchs, Burkes, Barrow, Burghs.
IVrrr. Twrv nro of ihp same OrliT in. "II
is wondertui now tne strict meaning u.
'sheltw is preserved in all the tern is upon
;t. mi l.m.. in hi'.. Ts it a Terjosi-
tory to guard tho ashes of the dead.? It is
a km, tho act of sepulture itself being
trio hnml. T ii a Tvtnfre for the ineyst
It is a iKmniT, or Uan. Is it a raised mound
for the swiuritr'of man! It 'is a hwrg,
w.fn ir -1 In, " 1 nr hvn .
V Burgess A sobriquet like "Richard le
Bunress." or "John le Burgess" reminds
ns of tho -freemen of the borough towns.
Bosh From "bois," wood.
Burnett. This from some peculiarity of
costume. "For instance, our BurneU'
would so an to bo associated with the fab-
T. , i C.n Mtmmnn fit OEA
were a "real Dcruercin. m munu uulu.. w
. ,i . n.-.a , Krrvis. wmcu m aue 1 nenou. i.csnciT sarsr
actr: .f tane became our modern Fire ( A Biaairikar; brr tuwbr
- . . . J.baraeuecwca Bsartaerc wltaill,
-r rsiniih TVe criin Of this name I -Btrrd wlia no rjla.tare.
aacnp tuT -rZ.i. JfetarttaalBiTtraaraBtkalr.'-
f. , iu. Mi'n,. l cu Bauer A name tor omce. xne iwj
aj-i which, no doubt, gave to each, CarMjrK-says:
-.-A wcicn, no ".X,i; -Cct .dint tl for ara a dctw-
. 7. iaiCJ7 ma uaiiAC o q- ANU.IHa1.UaHUBUHmfl.
j r-Ts:?ns of Adam and are attributed
-u origin.
From the personal name of
Ainred
. -i Andrews and Anderson are
- -- personal came, and have made
rreseton south of the Tweed, but
-- i they are universal. An old
. raAHni? of the Andrew
- "r Sottish people, Toiced the Eng-
ntuias:
irir-. twrt scot.
noBrthrpot.
1 it ran 1m sn. is from apple
w and other naruM ending with
- rsi-inniniwiUitiie nanteoi aixuiu
w t -z.lree, are similar, unn.
i. , . .BTrml from -a once f ami-
w important piece of cabinet
-r- iatofthe old-fashioned ark.
- . -rly like the child's Kosh's ark,
, r unUlii two-fold character.
3 was simply a meal bin, in the
: was more carefully put together,
' -i f its secret spring being Known
' ' hessewif e and her lord.
irr: Arraonr. Annerer, Armiger,
From armor, being the armor-
zl ts is subject to criticism, as a
r tit, Qw,tt,.h ram., whose name is
T3 -a every city, and -who name has
- u ccamng to Armmger, tjkic
------- mpn. of their dan.
3r;, men of tho strong arm It
jrt a Kckname, but finally became
then Armstrong, xne im
a great border dan. Another
-Ttm because the arrowsmitns ;,. ,-ii- ali;H with the
many faulty neaior BuUers that Paw-ters and like names Mve , affected St. Gilbert, and he
soil, are said to mean, severally, 'crook-
nosed' and 'crook-mouthed.'
Candler. Chandler Tho one who at-
tened to the candles at church.
Carver From the old office of carver.
One was known as "Adam le Korver."
Castle. Cassel "Doubtless this latter
was but a synonym of tho constable and
His duties as governor, uui ine same
Chapman, Copeman, Packman -"The
former is sometimes met with as 'Walter,'
or 'John le Chepman,' which at once rc-
mainus us 01 ins ongin, uiai 01 me cueap-
man,' or cneapiacK,' as we snouia now
style him." An act was passed in Edward
TPs reign to suppress in some degree the
numoer 01 uus wanucnug irawruivj.
Forasmuch as it ts evident that tynkers,
nedlns and such like vazrant personnel
are more hurtful than necessario to the
commonwealth of this realm, bo it there
fore ordained that no person or pcrsoanos
commonly called pedrtlcr, tynker, or pety
chapman shall wander or go from one
towne to another.
Cl.ivflnnd. From -doushs.' whicn re
present tho narrow fissures between the
mils, uuves, uunoros. Vimons aai.
Cloughs aro similarly derived.
rived from its local use. as is shown in
Copes, Copps, Copseley, Copeland, and is
taken from a prominence of rock or earth,
which was called " 'cop or 'cope,' from
tho Saxon 'cop, a head."
Cornwall's is a county surname, and
took its origin from corn-growing sect
ions.
Crocker "Our Stephen le Urockers
and "John le Crockers" made simply the
glared "crock" or ";rouke" used for hold
ine butter or milk or such like store ves
sels, in fact, reserved for the scullery or
pantry, ratner man tne parlor or nan."
Crooks, Cruikshank From soma, r"--
nrifll 1 a Fflrm 1
Cnrtels. Curtis They were so called be
cause of their courteous manners, being
especially gentlemen.
TEOsr or the Lrrrais D .uD c
navies is a form corrupted from David.
and ranks in tho same category as the
Davidsons, Dawes, Dawsons, Dawkes,
Dayes, D arsons and JJakins, wnen not
Deakin.
Deakin 'The lower ministerial omce
is snmrested to ns in Phillip le Dekeue'
anil 'Thomas Dekin,' but we must bo care
ful not to confound tneu Willi l'eaian.'
which is often but another form of 'Datun'
that is 'Dawkin.' or 'httlo DaviiL
Dean is from dean or den, a suncon,
wooded vale, and is continued in such
names as Brogdon, Floyden, Cowden, Og-
1 i 1 i- 1. r I... i .3
uen ana xiuuia, wiucu is uui (uiri wu
and Den.
Dewhnrst is from dew, from the oaxon
word deer, which was originally spelt
Dnerhnrst: and names beginning: with
dew may bo known to havo been cither
deer-slayers, poacners or omermse.
Dupontisa Gorman name ana prooauiv
from some local peculiarity with respect
to their early homes.
Elliot is an early namo and seems to
have arisen in the Crusades, and it is sup
posed that when the armies lay before
. , 1 il
Acre, me memory 01 xajjau tuiu uiu uir
phet of Carmel camo oft to mind. In the
early roll there are to bo found as Ellis,
Elys, FJice, Ellice, Elvas, Helvas and its
diminutive IUHOL, ana men juiusoas,
bins and Elkinsons.
Fmcrsnns "Emery, thouch now utterly
f onrotten as a personal name, may be said
to live only in our surnames. It was once
na nnimrjortant sobriouet. Americ Aim
eric, Emeric," till it grew into Emersons
and Incrams.
English "It is to our brethren over
the border, too, wo owe tho mora special
form of 'Iflffils,' known better in the
South as English."
THOSE OT r 1SD o.
Fair, from "Fere," a companion, and all
names with the prefix of Fair may bo said
to have a common ancestor.
Fawkes is an ancient name and sup
posed to be from rox.
F.Vlil From "feld." fidd.
Fish, Fisher, Fisko, from their fishing
occnpations.
FMrlW. Artelier. "a bowycr or bow-
maker; alio a fietcher, or one who makes
both bows and arrows."
fiarhcr "One who rradded about from
door to door to talk the gossip and scandal
the modern tattler, in fact. Our former
Gerald le Gaboxs' and 'Stephen le Gab
bers' were equally talkative."
fiarrpt La verbal corruption from Gerard.
. m ,.. v . 1 I .1...
U1DO xno XJlgllso, in uie wuv iu.
and "Gladstone." that is tho hill or
cragg, which tho kites were wont to fre-.
quent,
11 rani r rom mo .orman grand, large.
Graves, Greaves, Grover, Groves "A..-J
groaye was a woodland avenue, graved or
cut out of tho forest"
is u Axn 1.
HaUiday- -"Our 'Hallidavs.' or 'Holli-
days, throw ns back to tho church festivals
and those who took part in them the
mummers and merrymakers."
Hammond- -"It is firmly imbedded in
our existing nomendatnreand has played' .
an important part in its time." It came. ,
first irom llanion, and grew till it became ,.
the modern name.
Haxlehurst From the hazel trees.
Hobbs "Tho titlo of every younc peas
ant you might meet 'twixt London and
York." from whence, arose tho Hobsons
and Hopkins.
Hoopers " Doubtless they would be
busy enough at tliis tinio in strengthening
their several barrels, curves, coops and
cades with pliant bands."
Hunt An ancient word irom minter. -
Chaucer says:
Ttaat. aad Bora, aad hoaod.. him bfild.,
Tbe faaotrT ttraaglcd with Iho wild brr. ,.
NAJ1TS rN 1. X. AND L.
Jeffreys originated in tho Crusades,
and corrupted from that of Godfrey the
famous urusader.
Jolyffe From jolly, a merry-hearted
person.
bean An unpetuons man 01 mo met- -
aame order.
Knicht The "Hundred Rolls" contain
Geoffrey Halvo-knit, and Nicholas Halve-,
fcnicht- They would seem to have arrived
at i-omo halfsLago toward chivalric rank. :
ixnowlcs "Uur tvnowles, ivnowless and
a it is ordained and established that ; tto 6 ci.
1 I .-. I a or ini 1
! to be made, ;hsll be weD .boiled or
TSOsI ETGISStXG WITH B.
Hl-3i The owners ot the somewhat
5Ct name must cot bo insulted when
real that the author says. "I am afraid
. became so common that cats were named
1 .. . . . . 11 . 1
c-coxatsasa suns. ! alter nun, ana, evenioaiiy, meu. .uiu.u
Caird A Scotch name, and means a old verse, says:
Gibbons, Gilpin. Gilbert and Gibbonson
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JAl.ucn.Arrnirof tha Hawaiian l.uada.
mu it
gypsy, one who lives by stealing, or a
1 aitt.iuHjr 1 niatri, w a sim".; U-Jsb. . I ' . ,
U Campbenandfmeron "T may say in I have, a common "r.
lsiiii; thoTch. treading upon Scottish GladstonerrEocally itisfoundin"Gled
Enowlmans carry ns to tho c""r if
'pes in mo wooo, grsssy ami iroo ui .
jmber."
Lebouchero was formerly 'Lo Bouchicr,'
or the butcher.
Leo From lee, or lea-pasture.
Uaccr Makers of the famous marerer,
the favorito bowl of all dasses of society,
carved from tho maple. The name is now
nearly extinct, all left of its form being 1
ilacer and iiacey.
AIamott r rom Alary, being a diminn-
tivp form and gradually grew to a family
namo. ;
Mayno From Maine, tho duchy m
France. .
Mills. Mine. Miller-Irom tho mills w
they owned. 1
Moody opposed to merry, from tno,
temperament of the people.
rs 5, o AXD r.
'Neville From town, beinrr Norman.
Similar in origin to the Harconrts, Tanker-
villes, Lascelles, Bcaumonts and V mere.
Palmer Palmer being tno original 01
pilgrim.
i'eel - usea as a surname, 11 seems 10
havo denoted that glossy smoothness
which belongs only to elderly gentlemen,".
wnich Bignines tnat it was a tuck-namo
for bald heads.
Peers From Peter, which name was
odious to English ears. It reminded them
of a tax which was one of all least liked,'
as they saw none of its fruits. Hence, we ,
cot the shorter Parr, Piers, Pierce, Pears,
Peaise and Peers. It is hence, with the
patronymic added, we get our Parsons,
Pearsons, Piersons, and the fuller Peter
son; also, Perrins, Perrons, Perrets, Par
rets, Pcterkins, Perkins, Parkins, Parkin-1.
sons.
Piatt Onr Plaits fnnntl in sneh an en- J
Iry as Robert del Plat, aro sprung from '
plat, ground.
l'orter UI decidedly low position in
the castle. An old book of etiquette says:
Wnea tboa come, to a lordr. calf.
The porter tboa iball dad thereat.
B ASD S. ,
Katusdcn From ram aad den, wooded -K'n.
'
Beed "Oar 'Heeda' 'Iteid., and 'Reads,',
are all but forma of tbe old 'rode' or red,
once so pronounced."
Rich From the wealth of the people, and -"Piior"
friim tbeir ti7etty. t
Rnaaell In olden timet foxes were known
as "Russell," and a foxy-natared man came
to be called Roeacll.
Sabin Sabyn or Sabina i frefjoenlly met -with
in tbe Uondred Rulla, aa alan Sibyl. -A
charch at Rome was dedicated to St. Sabina.
Sandera With Alexander!, in the New
Teitament, it did not ned tho celebrity of the
gteat commander nor that nf the fabulous
heroes lo make bi nacre common. Ia Scot
land it obtained gnat favor, both iu palace
and cottage. The eofler form was always
Dted. Chancer aayat "Aliaanmlre'a atorie il
commooe." Thi was no doabt thepopnUr
'pronunciation of the time, except that it was
otaatly abbreviated into Sander or Sannder,
Thru in "Cocke Lorrcll'. Boie" it it laid: .
TtrroUSaaBderSad-lfTOt rrorxtreeleoraer. .
WUB Jelrao JaiT at .lea ol la Bottltr. T j ,
Heoce we gtl Saandenons, in-icnnini
and limilar otben. .. .
LUCAS,
!0R & BUILDER
Mun Planing Mills,
'), Honolulu, Hi I.
, Jarnall Uada of
rackets,
Frames,
ptls, Sashos, Doors
jot V'oodrV Kialfh.
and Band Sawing !
1K!MS (IT
Off.
orticins and Tenanting.
JYir ATTEXDKI1 TO
L. tiiimiilMiI.
ihn ItttavO olleltt l.
. SODA WORKS
knowlcdsed thc3t!
! CORKS
Itent Stoppers
ORIENT
Xnajurnuco Coxupnuy
OF HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT.
CSK lSSETSJMUHIIST.lt 14 SUH.IJMI.
ira rlt. asain! Ln.a or llanar. V r oa
llnrts Mma.adtM, Muata.rjr and rarnltar- oa
abretrrata. A. J.MSUKli,
4 Arral for ttawallaa tilaad.
WASHINGTON
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
Ciaa Aii.U January lit. lSt. . . JU33,550 3t
TaV.a Kl.la asatait Ini or Pamase St rfr on
Kantlc V, on
le but ours
ts CRY on
bl WATER
la ttrr of t'aar-v lo'all part
I talaad Onanai Addma
( ''soJa. Worlis,
k U05PUILU. II. I.
Kifv-Js.-K0-008nai-
iwn. SbIUi A Co.. No.ll
toaapt atlaatlou. IW8
,MAS LACK
St llonolnltu
and DEAIjER
loc nnrl P n n 1 M n n
r i
Mimcnts, Oil
tossorics.
on Tirw
eve, and
Junta,
Plathine Hecdlca,
Bi. frsizesj
fcortiealli Silk,
in all colon;
,31.(t'lllNK nTT..
trtnt
bMrCM Payor ranerna.
m. Dealer t-
JACCER, AKi-ntfortbi Hawn t.
IVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE
INSURANCE CO.
Assets, $31,101,000
Claims Paid, 588,714,000
n.van iT.m.isiii: ax .tumor t
ltmtolnta. for tka Hawaiian l.landa. aad tar nn
drrrtnrd are prrpartd lo nrtt lUka aaloaf
1'IKK OX IU II.lll;S, MKK('ll.M)ISi: .V
nil i:i.li.(;s
On fTotbli li-rmit. Dnrlllttft' lllk'n NM-rlIHjr
IUcbeddwi'ltLocf antlrcMitCBU iartirrd tot a prtinl
of ihrt uirn, tot twoprenlatB.'i la BJriBcc
lrimi.ity A.uilrl ami tn)nblf hrr?.
iWa.t .ni iiiiiui u
GUUMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
v o u t u N A
General InsuranceCompany oi Berlin.
. fta T-rtW-tn a IKwrrw. T-tT t b4 taa
nnu mi cnI. UtrBft) .xtaU, tt BslhtMUrU to Ul
Hiik- nsalutt Hit Iaiicrral hraaal Ilia
MoHt Rnnnblr i:tlr, nml wu Ititt
Jlutt I'ttturttLloTrriut.
WW ly V A.SCIIAKrCnJkCO tlciiri! A rtU
Eft, A Mtnatlc Cartrtdxtw.
E STOVES!
T li-ClaW UbB
MhUc, t a bow pr-
; A'Ti E'S
. -s for Urge
It as sail that Kaaiaa druggists will
wallow a dmrMaieef all prescriptions
widi they maWnp, it tbe customer will
' - i tj,Tii for it, m order to reassure ens
t . rs agaiast lalii nn Kansas is a Pro
tiUi.. t. State tTBel drmTgists are -very fre-S"-!d
jU.-dgaotoniiup prescriptions
WL.-V v Bis waatfll explain their
w Jingr. - , take a duplicate of their
r"ript, - - Kansas dmggisU are
sLjewdfei: .
-How nn- n will U-. whon the new ten
' nl uLc,..haw detuvrj -. into effect at
u.e post .iffic," tidh a.-- the conversa
L n laggwl
-Yes. I ajprjo so. refaied she with a
S-jle
-BcfUiBC tlstfO yovj ktaow I can write you
r. .etter and yaw will cvt it at once-"
-Ufa. B that adit 1 didnt know but it
w . a new idea to send ice cream around
.- f. r it saeJte.
bsch i etMif rractkaKty had its reward.
11 prjpused to some other girl the next
A- Uastctn. when the Emperor and
Lscress of Austria took leave of Kaiser
tv -Leim. tb latter wished to accompany
a. Stan diatasce frora the tsadescnloss.
Wat w lla- rtaaMaat aa Jtaaajor
LClUn somaatjaad'lrja.ajtf
u k aiIm . -Aoitraar
Taa JlT aad E O Watte ptmtw.
1. ia WTBerroTi ir.w.-ifc
Tlll). i. TIlltDJI.
ixnanxe A. a iiirnrrfm.
STATI0HXE, BEWt ACEST, BOOI-BIffDEIt aKD
?APES KUtEt,
XrrtaaatSU C,pWrElt.irort M n.ai uotoi.
Uonolara. Oak. 11. 1
Abo-FaaHataa'tko Hawaiian Ahavaaaj aad Anaaa"
ana uinnu mrav.j -Tn
VmlutiUHlSUn Tft. Fort tlMl SlOT. 01
. v- A ,. l-.rr.l mbnc- Fine SsatioanT.
fiubwtr. Blaak Book..lEook.- Srunl. Xlrial.
New aad Ctadxaa OrparMTor, and Fancy
aaU '
Iy becired him to scare t.,rrwmlf that
'-gir- lint he insisted on going. Then
rfusei. aim lugnineu pleasantry,
i -TiVhenyoa are wearing my uniform
' . ciawld obey my iirders." herenrxm
tuser Wilhelm, who was in the dress of
-2 Anstnan Coloatl, drew himself up
p-a-K-y sainted, and replied: "I mast, of
--rse, ooey your AUjestys corsmands.
Xr troMt gB;iriArT TtTiai.iranvoT-ri alalia
.1. nantaaaaa. . loa.Kaaal.
namaana ruauOon. . J. Ji.AKInaer..i.ian.
TS UncBCOCk & l-o a
TaoPnlon la.aranee CVwopanr of saa rraatlrco.
TaeSew K.alaadtif. ln.nr.aee Cr.aT.af Ho.ta
The Crale Haaafaerariai Co.. of Boton.
II x.Wr.uii-.ramL(.rairirz.i .kwk
lies Tort aad Uonolara Paclrt Uae.
Tfc. Mmaam Lib. U-Ita aad sab Fraacior.
Pr Jayr S"B a. iiwai .
Wilcox A o a Mnrer JCaaafartartBECompanj. tad
lint a. -i--r a; iiront c..a
!. W. Jl.:rAKUtlS: -'
I?0ETEBS ASD COJCatlSSIOJT KEECHASTS,
EEAVXS lUAX K.
Oraaral Fort aaA Haeea Street-- Uoootnln.ll- -Him
rx-n
Ta Glaow and llonotnla tin. of Facteu.
JB Ilij A tV. Liwrpool aad London l-attrt..
Tt Waiaara rTaaulin, Maai-
T. Spacer nanlattB. Uilo
dLalanriaautJo.n!lo.
llrrteaa.TaltV.-ataa,SnsarSacincri.
Tfc. fnnloa sawn RacA troaapaar. ltfc
nvjiA.t itnox..
Iraporiers of General Merchandise
rwiK
FRAXCE, EXGLAXD.OEEIIA . .t.VJ)
c it 1 1 t.u a TA TJS.
X. a teea Street. lToBolala.il. t,
lltJIAH Bit Or...
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
rKOST fcTKEET
&ax rKA.ti:iro
or TarticsiaraUcsXias pI4 ta lfflXi Utl iaMl
bidtri ardcrt. VJU ly
BENSON, SMITH & Co.
RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
AuESTS TuK COEEICKC i SCUEEl SETS
Homceopathic Medicines,
RICKSECKER'S
Unrivalled Perfumes,
Proprietor and Manufacturer
OF THE
Haile Cologne
ASD
LEI ALOHA BOQUET
H. J. NOI.TE. :
rlotor.
: : : Prop
oeonan to Bta Irbard. aael tn
pnMic In ftearnal
That he ha ojxmcd 'the above Saloon
where finl-elaas Kcfrcbmciita
vill be -r.t hoea i a.m. till ra f aa.. it.
ierraralc Bap-oln of n fompetcait Cr V r-.,.l..
TUB FINEST iRMH OF
Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipos and
Smoker's Sundries
I awa i. . tr-i.nii .- u-lio front rt-cla,r aa.in
farfconV- h.-l tiKi.M. and ntll a. added la '
IHne to lintr
'1 - Itr.a.wKh A aft.-
OlcliMtnl J.illibni Tflilis
iitottn t.: c 1 -iit)..' am-" . M
of hp - ra- parrr '
HAWAII A SOAP WORKS'
CREY & CO.,
Manor., Or. ,. d llralrra la
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
Lilta, Kltae Street llaftelwlBi
TWt. fi . .o.iTlHrm Kl- Oroenlfffl'
.11 1 11 T'
dCX.
. Ft MI EE ..p ittrtrr4 ta PT 5p
.ntor.t.in.,,....-,,"
Ordr'Ti frtrni tl.
WOEfiKS,
f mui; m'ri:t.hr.
0? MONUMENTS
1
jarhle Hantclx,
hthstand Tops, and
Id White Marble.
JERY DESCRIPTION
niuiEi;
POSSIBLE BATES.
jjTiMHra (IfMtvl antl
. . .-Bdttilr..
O
O
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o
o
8
pq
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ed
It SopfirtaUa all eUtr Mmu Itollfru
IIKCAL'SE IT IS XORK
2vTa!ca.l cT FnrU
Zaca lalabla to Explore.
HWftlcruf TiniHiTttlBBi
AND COSTS NO MORE
BB- F.lWfiHflloa d rrircv. a altalaed J
apolkatloa to.
W. E. ROWELL, Honolulu.
KUltr: So!a Arral Himllan Iilaadi
Jnsiirunte Xoliica,
notion Baard of I ndtrwrllrr?.
IlKTS f.r tka llnnallnn l.l.nd..
mi f
C. BKEWKK A l"0.
JAKUEE.
Ari-nt for Hawaiian Itlaad..
r of ijraori.cwcLaj,a , .
rs.ooo.oocCi
i"n a. J.
Jiuaronrt Nntitts.
unTon Insurance compart
Ol s.v.i rn.isciactt-
IVTvx'li&o.
litconroiiATKD, laos
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
I0TT Vmr llawaUata lawB. I
SOETH BRITISH A5D XX1CAVTXLS
InNurnnoo Oouipnuy
oi uijiiiox n cmum huh,
Cstabllthed I BOO.
eil-IT.lt. KS.VM.-1MW
AtYamaUlM Uv-Mlatl rkal (Ufrrr.ai
rfim: tuciLiiITcn iuc nici
ft ipMnttsl AUCXTS fa la Malatth llaarj
d r BBtaatii4 1 latar attBt Ira ta r-rwal
Trtat.
RUi lka U BrTt at tjk UUaUtm Mm
BB1 Womtrt UwiMlan, Batl Mmku4lMitiir4 IMw
11 . trwaflltar II a4 atar-ahra, Tl i'aala
MitfB la arpo wilB at ttBal cT at tHlt rryaig
K. UUTClliaKt.KK A Cl
latt AfTBU ff U lUaalUBJ lUaJB
TUB
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
or BoaTOV. Mtt
1 m : it f n n -t r k . I a a
Jl Oit-af I'urtly ,Valm ktft fatariem Ol m
lU VttiUxISktlM.
ralleiii tuatd aa tas naal farnaal Taraaa.,
BaaMFlo l non-rrfl l.r, rial.
I.NSt'REP AflE.O VXAKS-OXniAKTLiri
I Annnal pramlnn, ronltnno. rnlMT t Taaro 3d.ro
S Aaanal prenlaniacontlana rMWy I roar. ltd.,.
3 Aaaaal aeontrara. ronllaa faUer trwiatain
t Annoal pormian.. contlnno FmWr TOar.aad.ro
S Aaanal preramna rontlao tVllar ll,ar. Sadar
Uhw, tnll thnawala MnMolnlai Acomoj
S40.O00
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
Itt-a yon TIIK 1 1 A WAI I A It Jn l. t II
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
or 11 iiokm
tHtlr t ibII ( rulHalar Bit Km r rydf,
. -TO THEIR-
Tontino investment Policies I
Wfcltfc taaUla lh - l4trBUM Claa.-
ISa Ut(T. a Trfl f R?Maa,
Fit rraat MBf f Tvttw
ALM
The IfjMU i:nilninriit VUj mJ tkr
SlnUal InirMmtnl rslirj.
TbU U aa a' ta mm raMaMw 1'aa.aaa nim
fea B4 jttrrW. at4 faw!. KHiW-i all i'lalaka
protaptlj ; U kaailjf aad trlj aa a I
Far fmtXl rt latKorMMK-ma. artw la. r call Ka
H W. LAI.HtC
11W lUatial Afrt fan laa lUaaiiaa UUrnA
sia,ooo,ooo:
E. O. Hall & Son
1 1 k r t u s 1 .; . .-I it o x 1 1 1 c w t
HalFs Steel Plows !
mttBi: U m ta ! -B.
HALL'S HEAVY STEEL BREAKERS
t? If r. tf-l 1 iak
MLM , NKW UXH or
Hall's Steel Rock Breakers
Tl. 1 tn tl W tp.li
' nUlBlisr (h ,t intake "f itatt Crfilfra !
uaulwT of Bjw tMwwraa&It at atari fc tlba
iiRUT .lit i, i in rttiw .
PRUSSIAN NATIONAL
or Tirrri
IMl'liAlltjIHllJD IU IU.
'Mtltnl 1 t Itlrl.i.ark o.uou.ooo.
'pin; uxoi:k&!gni:i iiavinc;
,L brcaapPfriRtaMBRBt of tB it tunc t triaiaor for
lUwitiaa ItiBBtl'. tt frruarrd to wtrpt rttkB
Bffiatl rn on Itilhlla, t-urnUatT. '.vrrbaBtlrtir.
l-TOtlwraxBr UllN.Ac.oa tin- ml f ruble tcrai-.
LOSSES PSOMPTLT ADJUSTED A10 PiUSif mi
It CIEMt.NbniNr.10Ka
10W lju At Wild r at, I it
General Insurance Com'py.
ior aio, 2t,irer ana ianii Iran port
of DRESDEN.
nAVlX; KSTAItMSlIKO AN
A zencjr at lloaolala for tbe ILtwalUa !...
la aadfTitzBetl Grnrnl Aif-Bt ar- intaotljitrtt t. ukc
Rttka iivf;ainat1hoTJati;of theSeaBat I la a
Mmt Reaonal.Ia Rate, And on tUa
Mott Farorabla Term.
V A. -SCIIAEFER A to
UH3 II Axt,blftIhrlIaaiUa Klaad
WILDER & CO.,
lleiialulH, Ilat.nllatt Ilaut, lan
- Acruto f tht-
3Iutual Lilc Insurance Comity
Larcost, Safest and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO
IN THE WORLD!
Cash Assets, ovor SOO.OOO.OOO l
Co For Inftinriattioa coacrraiBS tac lataMnjr and
Mi l Arrai
E W1SLMAN
forJUtcaoriafflraac Bllljt
I Ari
J E HI
ttfti Its .tiirUlas Acm
SOUTH BRITISH AND NATIONAL
FIKK AMI 31AUIXK INSVltANCK
COMPAX1ES OF NEW ZEALAND.
CAPITAL -- L $20,000,000
Viaiiaillj-il LiAlilIlt at Khar. h,.l,lr-F I.u.., J.,.Bi
Talit:
iWIIBg rUatIiatt SB llTlarj ft, iltjaattaltl , 1'af tk'
IlaatiUa ItUbds, tie sdrrljrBt it prrparttl ta c
rret rik aBiaal (Ire oa JialitiJaxa, Mxtrbandtt.
Karaltar- DMklatTr,A oaiarHt! i(rlnV t-rw
Losses Promptly Adjusted and Pay
able Here !
Marine RUtt oa Mrcundtd.Trlft:lit
and TroABnr at Gamut Rate.
1 O. ItEM.CR
18M AiBt for Uaaattaa I.i.a.
Til A A -ATI. A STIC
FIRE INSURANCE COIYIPANY,
M I IIAJI 111 U14.
C'aplul of ta Ca.fiBj Jt Beaerac -Iitt aaaajrk(lirjjfie
jAa-it;aa ranee t-oataaat
TU).. tUicktiwaffc lW.ro
NORTH GERMAN
FIRK IHSURANCE CO MP ANY,
ii innritii.
CiM'j'-if tlretwittai A CtVf-TTt- .Kr(amwkajUt.Oa
tarlr ft ai.rri-p 1 ,mpwt ft,tH.aa
Tal iv.f-fc.atatl r BJOJJO
'Itttt-: t .Mtii.itHitJM.ii.iai.'M.n lid Ati.tiii
a fit lif aba tarctt ruatpjau - (n tHr Uaaattaa
t-Iaarl 111 i)f-r.rvt (' intr Hm.-'iai r iratlar
. ' Ui-. Hlilr ftB4 TPUrtrl l a-tlt.. MalBta Hm
'mzr ' B" i tar -.! fat raWr trc
I'M: : II iHt'Kt'ELU A CO.
LAINE tfc CO.
tl tt a. . I.tm.i: MIX 11 III TIIF-
"V7-ji'-y UohI
Hay, Grain, fce.
wittcn It OFTIKEB T Ttir.
Lowest Market Prices
iu wimtta nn n in rm or tk an
Aiir-vrx roitTiic
Pacific Kntnal Li fa Inanranc. Conapanj-,
or ctUrtiiina.
Areata tw t "HOOVES TELEPBB5Z.1
coMMntsioNXR or DrXBS
Ton CALiroayiA
Titstnoxxxo. 147.
tttlf
aCtie.MiTt',l,la. t-jai
im. 't 1 eat. Mean no. a aaaaatai
linn llot-l im ai aoat aoa
taa-la.aoa . ajj, ; af a.
u-m.t-. 21:215 -
M.drdn.1 t rnantiaonjaBaniia
on, ho aaoaj aaana
nol 1. 0 Hon' ant
atOtWCAI.oin.
,1 (taollioni anon. aaoa.
an ear mwt
T a r 1 aa. nd to
SAMflX BBttlX
.n.a-o r norma iiiin l nn ijeaalB.
MJ.CtM.US 9K CrtHlliL
TUE UEXiirAt, aa4 Vt I5C15E.
lvaaMtf fra fraaa atratlwrat rttrtiaa' ji Baat
iOft al CatBH ,,,. aaa W al BaaXia
.-.Ml ata.ZT af t tk k
CaataaaBttm, a . .
ULEO0TC artv aha a ha na I
L- BtBA o-aa II 1 1 fan ! tTaBBaaataM aaaal taaBBaaatl
E-HtaB-y- Ub--. raf liBiant Bta4Biiij an
BTU-ata'a,
aBaiBa, tBata
calHaB ktK Awaaatr r Ta T IWm
rw'Hi Mm aNaatF. iaa tftaaity a aaatrtataBatii
Im t aaa tBr fMa iwi4 m at lataira
aMditjaar-J ft J t taaa i aa aaBjlBi , mua
avrrtlMilar Aa a ta-aat t 'BWaWy. tf aaaaay
Mwlit aaaaaa a Wr ta taaa H it-aaiBta,
ftaal tra Bttia Wa4aW aaaa tl tft ia.afaa aar ta
traatr Aadjaa-HT-wa Tata tNtMra Brtaawtaa. aaa
imw aa atma- r lvata4 aaaaata.aa.aX.
m4 aajaialaaa af h - rWMt- art at iBa, '
ttt.Mf.aa . t af-rtt.a- a IHttail
-a rail iaaa "--niii,.
.- faaa wmi Mfalatv tadM B
aaraaaal oBaaaaattaa aanatf mm -tawrW.
a4 -a- aaaa w
MttM V aa - aa aaaa Baaaaatf Hat
ataafalar laaa - lh-a B I aaiiiBiiBaaa
taal h ta tatrat ta im a4 attna fa-na a aa a?aa-a-w
a aa ta w4 mwm-i
IBraaaa a a amtaimttB Baata aa tana a aja
tMIl" tfa aaa BB fafct Baa
VtMMkvra at ta rw la - -Saaak aBJBMOk
EwaWaf ta ihiw, i tr-n
ta tf I tkimfmtymm Jtm 'B afftB"
ttaat I.IUIM "" B
waiaMttt aa aat- katiHflivaaM Ta1
t f f.a aa "ML tw aU aa4 n
ra iaa a
C OOK STOVKS
RANGES
OT ALL SIZES,
KTTCHKN AND HOl'iiHUIJLD ITKNMILH-W
allkiantai
I'.VIN'rS AND UI I ol all klmlat
LUIIKICA T1NO lilt-bent ahwk la taocoark.t
KrlUUSENE OIIlVonBtr a. rrootnta j La.trat
rilLVIin l'L.VTEl W.UtK Irom UntXi. Kartm
NJIJI) SII.VKll vrAlKMroralboOorLaroOx
ltlWI)KILS-II tirola. f reen Gala. I'onOrr Worts
CtKUIAGE AMI MArllINK iajLTS all
siioii
HARDWARE
A Splandld Aaaartariaati
lka ini'di. ur aii urrrfptioii:
IS Oar Uoaaja ttra f ta- ' oi aaaliij ra ltaa
frcBa, ar lway n Vmr tt icaiara. 'wrrafrraar
rMWavrra xi miEtPM i CUR IttT DUCItlfTTU
ClTllOCUt.aKa - 'i; .-.-t i.ar aaa, aaa
CdTttloB. at call aad aiaaiia f 814M rHatk
AT OUR WAR CR OO MS a rntm"
all ar. Mwt. llaa
REMOVED TO 82 KING ST.
icy tit
A.. KRAFT,
OPTICIAN,
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
ami iiiai.hu I
Musical Instruments.
Xatlla ffaa aaMfo Ikat a Iji I ?aitttt taaaa I aaa
a'H'aDWIat'.aaK.IXOftTKKET tvtttTrX Uv -
mi i atfaoaat arr a aa mpfn m
Larjf t id Et-t A-sOvlaiat nf
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
ciocKs, mto.
fm 1 l-braled Mahor.
A Splencld Assortment of Fins
Jewelry in Geld & Silver,
InKal; Btoaalr aKttr fwfaa A'l IB twwt
aitri af Jit, bi At. isBTXi m bits m aaaal
A' l"
A Great Variety of Curios
ttr Tb ti-tia nf pfr aa4 ta
)ra ia aaiitcatar 1 r- at iw mhm aar
h a a X -rtvt. aT 9m If
KEN LUNG CHONG&Co
61 Nuuanu Street,
C ta a4f . tlwataar a a tH pUM yall
rf Brat4aa. tlatHy ttaal! a Etatt
at thj at a tm 9ai m4 ta
Finest Gft&ds to te Foumt ift Htitti
Silks, Satins, Dross Coodtt, Etc
AL.O t fl LI I ItttiF-
Broadcloths, Cassimeres,
TWIItja ETT nollaUfloi Irntowrnotr-W
TAiwfi h ail its wmms
faerlM oa. and.. It aoaarrt!. af a
1'IHST CLASS CtJTTEX Am Till Mt
A ftood Fit aod Bal.fnlon txnrlood. tOot IJ
PATENT IfOTICXa
WrilKRKAfi A 1MTKNT TAH 14.
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