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VOLUME I, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 2,' 1885.- no: 2.
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ANNOUNCEMENT, .,
In order to commenco lite issue of this piper on'llnf
lit or September, are compelled to adopt i
which will be replaced by one of
design and finlth a soorf as the electron pe plate
can be obtained from the Const, when the whole make
up of (he paper ill be changed and Itnprot cd.
PROPIUF.TORS DAILY HONOLULU PRF.SS
ABOUT CABINET U0M.ES.
DOMESTIC LIFE IN ' WASHINGTON.
When nntl to Whom tlin Prrslilontlnl Advisor
ami Tlnlr Fmiiltlcs Aro "At
llomu" Tho Fntnlly Arrnnjrc
tnonts or tlie Soorcturlcs. $
Washington Cor. St. Louis
Notwlthstnhtlttu; tlio hot wuvo uhlcli
has boeti roculitly hovorlng ovor tlio couii'
try, pnrticuln,rly tlio preparations
for tlio return of aocloty to lis
homo and its' normal condition Roes
forward. Thiotiuhstho resldonco portion
of tlio city thoro nro scones of renewed
activity, llosliloiios that have buon
closod boRlti to look allvo ncaln. Alone,
tho avonues and tlio prltic'pnl slrootH,
whorotiro residences of Cubinot olllcers,
BonntOrs, and people prominent in the
social and political world, there aro to be
soon evidences of roturnlinr vitality. Car
pets that hnvo boon in rotlroinont tho summer
months now iiuiko their nppoariiiico
lnsido yards, and tto sound of tho tack-hammer
is hoard by tho passer-by. Costly
Longings which had been wrappad and
protected from moths during tho long
summer months nro bolng brought foith
from tholr places of concealment and put
into position again. 'Xho lawns whlchhad
boon Bomowhat ncgloctod by caraless
left in charge, aro being brushod up
and nowhy watered. Tho ltttlo
tents which in tho curlier part of the
season docorated so many of tho lawns
surrounding rosidoncos and gave a charming
offoot (0 tho already beautiful city will
soon appoar again. Tho lawn tenuis not
is again making .its nf penrnnco, and tho
external evidences of tho ruttirn of society
aro ovorywlioro to bo seen. In tho lull
which proccdos tho beginning of nn active
social soason, it may bo interesting to not
a few to know something of tho homo
llfo of tho members of tho Cabinet. Uf the
sevon mombers of tho Cablnpt Socrotnry
Folgor, whoso death is universally
mournod, had loss of a "home," perhaps,
than any of tho othors. IIo was a widower.
His two daughtors woro in oxtremoly
dollcate hoalth, and found
to withstand tho rigors cf Washington.
They spond a portion of tho wiutor
and sprln g hore, but only a portion, andl
tho coiucriuonco wus. that fcjocrotnry
rosldenco, although ho kopt tip tho
formalltlos and appearances of tho hdme,
had less of tho gonulno attractions which tho
word carries in Its fullest sonso than those
of any othpr Cubinot odlcor. It could not
bo otherwise With neither wifo nor
to brlghton the homo, it was not expected,
that it could compare with thoso ol
bis otllceis, who wero
by tholr fumlllos. His lostdenco
was always a ttistoftil and hnndfoma oua;
comfortably though not luxuriously fur-
plshod, and his friends woro always welcomed
to it. Telephonic connection with
bis ofllce, with tho telegraph olllcosof tho
city and tho XV hito House and other
Cabinet oulclals, nindo him nccosslblo
at all hours to thoso who had
with him, Beciotnry Folgor, liko
all othorjnoinbors of thu Cabinet, transacted
moro or loss of his busIuoHS at home.
It is a mistaken idea to supposo that Cab
iuet odlolnls only labor during "ollleo
hours." From nlno a. m. to four p. m. ate
the hours on which thoy aio supposed to
bo on duty, but in many cases tholr labor
boglns bofore that hour, and In almost all
casoB continues at thoir homes luter than
four o'clock. Hoorotiiry Folgor's parlor
was often Ills ofllce, strewn with papers
and evidences o( his devotion to tho duties
of his position, It often saw him at woik
tar into tho smalj hours. His prlvato soc.
rotary occupied looms at his house and
was in fact u member of his family, so
homo llfo was couporned. Bociotttry
Frellngbuyson's home Is on I stroet, not
far from the Stttto Department. Ho ocou.
pies a houso which would not attract ov
poclal attontlon by Its oxloiior ologauco.
It is 11 plain, brick doublo house, with
parlors on olther Bide of a broad hull. At
tho right, us ypu ontor, Is a small rocop.
and Hbjary handsomely
At tho left is tho parlor proper
very handsomely, fltiotl up with furniture
and .hangings in rich, warm colors,
Another a smaller hall runs through
tho center of the houso at
right anglos to tho one at
which you ontor, and across this is tho din,
Hero tea and lunch aro served
on almost nil occasions whou tlio doors o(
the Hecrotnry's rosldenco nro opened to
the friouds of tho family, which Is very
ofton, Probably no member of the Cabinet
entertains so frequently us tho Secretary
of State. Tlio wifo and oldest daughter
usually jciolvo tho visitors In tho parlor,
after thoy hnvo laid aside their wraps
In nnothor room, while uyomtgerdnughtur
presides in tho dining-room. In tho front
room, lmmodlatoly over tho hall, on tho
bocoiuI story, stands a large,
desk, similar to thoso soon in
ofllcos. On thu wall of tho room
is a tolophono. Nour by Is a doslc occupied
by the prlvato sccrotary, and hero
tho fcSecrotaryof Stato transacts not a little
of his Important olllelnl buslnoss, Ofton lie
is at his desk lato at night, and much of his
most Important woik Is done horo rather
than at his ollloo u the Stato Department,
whore ho must often bo disturbed
by calls of dlplouiates nnd members
of Congress. Soorotury Chaiulloi's home,
which Is also on I struct, a few blocks from
Secretary Frollnghuyson's, i rather moro
prontonttous In appourancu than that of
tho Soorutary of Slutu. It Is n lmndsomo
building, with a ftont of prosted brick
and a 'few spots of stalnod glass In thu
windows and transoms, A broad hnllwny
runs through tho center, reaching stairs In
tho smaller hall, which runs at light angles
with tho ontrunco hall, Tlio first floor
arrangements are very much llko that of
Seorotary Kiulinp;liiiy sou's rosldouco, just
dofcrlbod. Mr. Chandler does not glvo as
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many entertainments as does tho (Secretary
of " Stnto. Of courso Mrs. Chandler
receives on reception days, as do all the
wlvos of Cabinet officers, but, nsldo from
this, a few dozen evening receptions will
piobably cover tho oxtontof tho social
fcattiroi of Socrctary Chandler's homo.
Mr. Chandler does probably moro work'nt
his homo than does fc'ocrotnry
Ho gives a good deal of attontlon to
politics and not a little to his prlvato
and Is, on tho whole, probably tho
busiost man in tho ontlro Cablnot. Ho ha?
his doskon tho second floor of his
and works early nnd late. Post-master-General
Qrcohnm lives a fow ilopn
from Mr. Chandler. His rosldenco is scarcely
ob largo or handsome as that of tho Boo-rotary
of the Navy. 'Hioro aio parlors at
thu left as you ontor, tastefully furnished,
and in tho roar of thoso parlors, o'u tho
first floor, Is Mr. Grosham's ofllce, whero
ho given considerable time to business ont
jtde of ollleo hours. Etacrntary Lincoln tve
nip'os a hafulsomo houso on Massachusetts
Hveiiuo, near Thomas Circle, tnstofully,
though not oleguntly, furnished. His
ivlfe has, owing to a variety of painful
eiiciiuutaitto, entei tallied vory llttlo during
his tuimiii the Cabinet, and, of courso,
will ho Jin vented from further entertainments
by the ret Out death of her mother,
Mr. Harlan. The rosldenco of Attorney-General
Drdws'or, on Connecticut avenue,
U one of tin- hauiNi.niaHt of tho Cabinet
pl'lcers' honied. I W i0t only tastefully,
but luxuriounlv, f I'liiilii'd and fitted. In
geiioral I' Is very similar to
tlioio of Hectntarles IVellnghuysou and
Chiindlur. A large und library
is at tho loft of tlio entrance,
parlor on tho right, and the dining-room
Is at tho end of tho main hall,
and just across anothor hall which rims at
right angles with the entrance. Thu
and hangings uro ospoelally fine,
and In cxcollent taste, for not only Is tho
Attoruoy himself devoted to this sort of
thing, but ho Is aided by tho excellent
judgment of his wifo and by his ample
fortune.
SICNOR BRUMIDI.
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ThoArtlstlo Itnllnu Who Labored on tho
White jllnueo.
LWashluglou Cor. Clot eland Lcqdor.l
During these hot days tho Capitol building
Is tho coolest placo In "yashlngton. Its
groat Btono uulls aro so thick that tho
boat can hardly ponotrato thorn, and
drafts whistle about through its
corridors, whllo tho tost of tho city is
roasting in sweltering boat. Standing as
It does tbroo hundred foot above tho Potomac,
tho Capitol Is favored with breezes
which are denied the Treasury and tho
Whlto House. I spout a very pleasant
hour In wandering about through It yesterday,
nnd I find that many Improvements
hnvo boon inado slnco the sitting of
the last Congress. Tho wholo of tho front
of tho main building facing tho nakod
statuo Of Washington has boon coverod
with a hoavy coat of cream whlto paint,
nnd tho painters aro now at work on the
Intorlor of tho Souoto sldo. I stoppod a
moment and chattod with ono of them. IIo
was a short, German of
about CO, who has for many years beon oiio
of tho painters of the Capitol. IIo told me
sonio curious things about it.
Said ho: "Thoro nro cloven painters
In painting at tho capltol to-day,
and mora than that numbor aro kept constantly
busy. Palutors get $3 a day in
Washington, and thcro is work for all, I
suppose to paint this building throughout
would cost a good deal over $103,000. It
would tako tons of paint. Tho coats of
whlto lead which have boon put on tho
outsldu of tho control structuto make Its
paint over half an Inch thick. It has boon
painted and ropalnted slnco It was. built,
and layer after layor of whlto lead has
been sproad ono upon tho othor. Most of
tho fine woik hero was done by Bruraldl,
und I usad to work under his dli octton."
"What kind of n follow was Brumldlf"
I asked. "Uu was an Italian, and n very
..man, indocd. He mudo a
groat doal of money, but ho spent It very
rapidly, and ho was ofton hard up. You
ask what kind of a man ho was. Well, I
can tell you by giving you an lnstnnco of.
his kludnoss to mo. Ono day, whon ho
was pretty well down at tho hoel, ho sent
for a Jow pawnbroker to como and look at
a gold watch ho wlshod to soil. It was a
beautiful lady's watch, mado in tho old
country, ologently llulsdiod, and worth, I
suppose, moio than 100. Tho tfejv, a sort
of a Shylork, came whllo I was present,
and offered him $19 for It, Mr. Bruraldl
wnntvd iQ). Tho Jow would not give It,
nnd Mr. llrumldi sunt htm away. After
ho had gone I suld: 'Mr. llrumldi, why do
you soil that watch? If It woro mine I
would novor part with it. (iVliy( poor as I
am, I would glvo if 10 for It as a prosont to
my daughter.'
" 'What, you want Uf roptloil Mr.
'Tlion you shall have it, and I will
glvo It to you for $10,' and ho did,
though the Jow had just offorud him UO
lor it."
Slg. Buinildl died a few years ago. IIo
was born in Homo In 1SQ0, and came to
America at tho ago of forty-six, during
tho administration of President, Fillmore,
Ills wife, whom ho married lato in llfo,
wob about thirty yoars youngor then ho,
and shu Is, I understand, now living in
Homo in very reduced circumstances. Mr.
Brumidlrocoivod a nlco llttlo fortune for
tho woik ho did about the Capitol. For
his work In othor parts of thu building ho
was paid proportionately well, but ho was
a lino artist, and tits labor Is among tho
cheapest in thu rapltul building.
MY OWN MORTOAQEE.
Why, really, you frighten but please mo,
I feel llko a baho hi lovu's hand;
Nay, sir, do not offer to cqiueio me,
'TIs moro than decorum ecu stand.
How often my pupils I'vo tnught
Froii) penniless lovois to floo,
But I uovcr once olierWiod tho thought
Of nodding my own mortgagee ,
Slnco fnitoy my )ioroscopo envt,
I've stored nil Its drunins on my shelf,
And now that my green days are past,
Whnt pleasure to hiubnnd I
Yes, really, you frighten but plenso m6,
Twico liappy our innrrlago will be,
For then you'll both bind and roloasa me,
My darling, my own mortgagee!
William WASimunw,
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p' mitmmmmlmvlnnntml'''''K''.''' ii.sij'iMiywvwUt.SMis
13cofc5tonrtl (llitvcs.
A L. THURSTON.
(Successor lo smith &tiU'Kton)
Atlornei lit Lain,
No. 38 Merchant Stxbrt (.Honolulu
T-K. A. McWAYNE,
vitYsiaiAS and Bvnauoy.
Orrics and ResideMck 34 AlaVea itreet.
Orncit Hours 9 to 11 a. H.', 6 to 8 r. u.
- EO. L. BABCOCK.,
Tcaeher of the
Addreu, care Mcttn. Weit, Dow & Co.,
No. 105 Port St., t i Honolulu.
Keiidincr No, 11 fmma itreet. 137-388
M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
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Denial Itooms on rort Street,
Honolulu 1 11. I.
Office in Urewer'i Illcxk, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street.
JONATHAN AUSTIN,
Attorney miff Coiinneltor at Law,
And Afinit to talta Atknowlcttfetntnt;
No. 14 Kaaiiiimanu Strert Honolulu
221272
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Alent to tnfie Acknouleilamtntt to
tracttfor Labor.
Intrkior Oppick. , Honolulu
211-302
OHN II. PATY,
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S'otaril l'ublle unit CommUtlun of ItemU,
For the Slates of California and New York. Office
at the Hank of UMiop & Co.
HoNOiULU, Oaiiu," II. I. 210-261
P P. GRAY, M. D.,
1'iirsiaiAX axd sunauos',
Office, next door to the Honolulu Library.
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9 to IO A. M.
OrricB Hours. a to i r. 11.
7 to 8 r. i.
Sundays, 9 to n A M.
RCSIDnNCC.cor. Kinau and Peniacola Sts.
334.385
O B- DOLE,.
Couimellor at Law anil Notary l'ubtlr,
orrics,
No. i Kaaiiumanu Street .....Honolulu
256-307
TIT R. CASTLE,
Attorney at Law anil Notary l'nbllr.
No. 19, Merchant Strbet...!..v. Honoluiu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361
Dusincss (Ewviis.
A L. SMITH,
Imporlev anil Dealer In Glassware,
Jlprlden ll'ara,
Jlraelieta, Vuttet,
No. 83 Fort Street . ..Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles and Kyeulasses,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames.
Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, 11, I. Chase's Island
vlewH, Clark's Sixxil Cotton, .Machine -Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Domestic Sewing Machine.
S. CLEGHORN & Co.
A
Imiwrtnr and Dealers In (Intern)
Cornet Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.'
W. PEIRCE & Co.
A
Slili Cliandlers and Commission 3ter
ehaiits.
No. 13 Quicun'St ' Honolulu.
Asentt lor liranj s Ouns and Domb Lances and Perry
Da!s' Pain Killer, 310-361
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers tn Lumber and all Kinds of
Iny Materials, I'alnts, Oils, Nails, ctc.i
No 44 Qseks Honolulu, It. I,
AOEN1S Or SCIlJoNUKS
Haloakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mar Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl.
At Itoblnion's Wharf, 210-261
piSHOP & CO,, Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw t'.xilunji: uu
IMC BANK Or CALIFORNIA,
1 v " - SAN FJtANClSCO.
, ' And lh( .genu tn
NUWVOUK,. ,.
, BOSTON,
IIONO KONG
Messrs, N M; ROI'HSCIIIU) t SONS,
LONDON,
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO,,
OF SYDNF.V, LONDON.
1 he COMMERCIAL HANKINO CO..
Cr SYDNCY, .SYDNEY.
The HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND:
AUCKLAND, CHRISICIIURCII,
AND WELL1NCION
Tilli HANKS OF HRl't'lSlI COI.U.MI1IA,
VlCt'ORIA.Il.C AND POR1LAND, OR,
mu
Tmnttut a Gtitral OanUitg lliisintst,
235-286
C BREWER & (..,; COMPANY,
General Mercuntllound Commission Agents
QUUKN SlKUbT, IIONOLULU,
Officers P. C. Jones, jr., president and manager ;
Joseph O. Ctrter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
Hons. Charles R. Bishop and II, A. P. Carter! W. F.
Allen auditor, au-334
-s C, COLEMAN,
lllarliimlth, Machinist, Carriage Work
llorso hhoetnyi
Honolulu , II. I
Machinery, etc. Shop on King Street
next to Castle Ss Cooke. .
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'iiiiiiti,iifMiti
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-- B. WILLIAMS.
ItiroKTrn. and Dealer in
furniture of Jieer 'Veterlptlou, Alto
UplioUlrrer and Xanufttcturer,
Furniture Wareroomi No.)ti Fort Street. Work-(hop
at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. vj
r HUSTACE,'J
(roRMERLv with bolles ft co.)
H7iofcii( "-11111 netatl Qroeer,
111, Kino sTRKRrt.'it.V.tUNUSK IUrmonvIIAIL.
Family, Plantation, and Ship ttorcl supplied at short
notice. New rooJs bv every steamer. Ordcn from
the other Iilindfalllifully executed.
TelephonaTJo.no. s--37
-ASTLE & COOKE,
Shaping and 'Commission Merchanti,
No. to Kino Street Honoluli
ANb dealer! in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Agents for .
'the Hitchcock & Comruny'i l'Untauon.
The Alexander & Haldwin Plantation.
R. llalstead, or Waiatua Plantation.
A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kau.ti.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
Thu Haiku Sui-ar Company.
Tlio Kohala Sugar Company.
HamakUa Plantation
Tle Union Insurance Company ol Sau Framcsco
The New England Life Insurance Company of Hanoi.
The Dlake Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Prcket Line,
'lhe Merchant's Line. Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynei it Son Celebrated Medicines,
Wilcox & Gibb't Sinmr Manufacturinz Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewint Machines. 210-361
TH P, ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
No, 46 Quksn Street, Honolulu
910-261
TD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
No. 48 Quekn Street Honolulu Oaiiu, H I
ED C. ROWh,
House and Hlgn ,1'atnter.
Paper Hanrkr, etc,
No. 107 Kino Street Honolulu
211-262
r? O. HALL & SON.. . (Limited)
IUKJHTUKS AND DEALERS IN
llanlwnre and General Merchandise,
Corner op Kino and Fort Stkkbts, Honolulu
OPFICBJts:
William W. Hall .". . , '.President and Manager
L. C. Ahles . Secretary and Treasurer
W. r. Allen Auditor
Directors thomas May, t. O. White no-307
IT A. SCHAEFER ci Co. '
Importers and Commission Merchants,
No. so Merchant Street Honolulu
310-361
P H. OEDtNG.
Express and Drayman.
Office, No, 81 King Street,
Residence, -No. 47 Pnnchbowl Staret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H, I,
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered 10 and from
an parts nt Honolulu ana vicinity, lareiui attention
paid to moving Furniture, with
WAC.ONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Office Telephone. No. 86.
House Telephone- No. qo. 239-290
TnRANK GERT2,
Boot, and Shocmuher.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 103 Fort Street. Honolulu
210-361
0. W. MACFARLANE, II. R. MACKAKI ANB.
Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Iiuportors, Commission Morohanta
and Sugar Faotors.
Fire-proof Building Qui-en street, Honolulu,
agents for
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J; Fowler SCo'l Steam Plow and Potubli l'rainHu)
Works, Leeds,
Mlrrless, Watson & Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
GLugow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Lherpooland Honolulu Line of Packets,
Loudon and Honululu Line of Steamerk,
Sun Fire Office of London. 243-294
rT HACKFELD & Co.
()ilern( Coiitiiiljaluit Agents. f
Con roar and Qiiur.s Siiiket'.. ..Honolulu
910-261
TTOLLISTBR & Co.
Wholesale and lletall , Druggists and
bttefunlitf
Nu. 59, Nuuanu SriKr... .'.',. .. . IIokiii.iii.h
s f
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1 310-261
TJOPP & CO,,
No 74. Kinu SriuihT,. .,v.. HONOIULU.
Upholsterers, Drapers and Dealers In all
hinds of Furniture
lVlcphone No. 143,
328-370
TJYMAN BROTHERS,
Importers of (general Merchandise from
France, llngland, Germany and
"
rie tVdltciJ Vi..
N- 58 (JMKKN SlKKEr ,..',. . . IIUMICUI L'
H YMAN BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants
No. sofl Front Streei,,. . ,.,San Francisco
310-161,
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam llnglnes, Bolters, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Castings.
Honolulu , ., II. 1
Machinery of every description made to ordtr.
Particular attention paid to Ship'a D'acksmithing.
Job work executed on the tihorlcst notice, 310-361
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER, ,
Grocery and 1'ted Store,
Con. Kino and Fort' Sis ,,.,,,,,,.,,,, .Honolulu
ioth6(
Uuoincuc (Unvbc.
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
LEEDS, ENGLAND,
Are prepared to furnish I'tans nnd
for Sleet
PORTAI1LE TRAMWAYS,
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUOAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways and Locomotives and cars, Trac
tion Engines and Road locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Port-1
ab( Engines or all purpose,
(or Inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrntl'ins, Models and Photo
graphs or the above i'lants and Machinery may be seen
at tlio office j of the undersigned. W. L. GREEN and
U. W. ,MAUl'AKl.Ali a uu Agents lor I no. u.
Fowler & Co 213-264
OHN T. WATBRHOUSE,
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Importer and Dealer in General Mer
chandise.
No. 25-31 Queen Street. .... .Honolulu
T M. OAT, JR., &CO.
Stationers and News Dealers. '
lied llubber Stamp Ayeney
Ga2btte Block., . No. 95 Merchant Street
355-306 Honolulu. II. 1.
TOHN NOTT,
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron H'mikcr,
Stoves und Hanyes.
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock ana metals, house furnish
ing goods, chandeliers, tamps, etc.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
T AINB & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General
rroduce.
Honolulu 1'. I
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lewkks & Di:kson,)
Importer and Dealers In Lumber and all
hinds of Uulldlny Materials.
No. 82 Fort Strret Honoluiu
T AHLO,
Dealer In Dry-Goods, Jttce, Tea, Stilts and
Fanen Goods, lints, Hoots and
Shoes, Bran, J'ecd and Flour,
Cigars and Tobiicro,
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Hceia.
Cor. Nuuanu anii Ciiailain Sts Honolulu
209-260
T YONS & LEVEY,
(diif Commission Merchants,
Corner Fort and Qukkn $TM!ET, Honolulu,
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and Gc11er.1l
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole merits for
Anurlcan and European merchandise. I J. l.ons.
232-383 .J, I.K4KV.
jWT PHILLIPS & Co.
Jmpoiter and li'holrsato Dealers In Clothing.
Hoots. Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing
Goods, 1'aney Goods, lite.
No. to Kaahumanu Street Honolulu,
TWr W. McCHESNEY &. SON,
Dealers in
Leather, tildes, Tallow and Commission
Merchants.
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 43 Queen Street Honolulu
317-268.
S. GRINBAUM & Co.
M,
Importers and lYholesals Dealers tn General
Merchandise.
Makf.k's Ulock Queen Street, Honolulu
& Co.
M
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
No. 214 California Sr. 'San Francisco.
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments of -.land produce. 210-261
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers and Dealers In 11 a rd wars, Cutlery,
Tools,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 and 76, Fort Street, ,,., Honohiii
210-361
O J. LEVEY & CO,,
IHiolesate and Detail Grocets,
No. 05 I'oiu Sirert Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions ol all kinds oil hand And
rec'cicd regularly from Europe and America which
will be sold at the luwcut market rates.
Goods delhered to ant iart cf the eitv fre of chartre.
Island oiders solicited and prompt attention will b
liivct, iu ine kauie aio 207
WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
THE
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Oftice Deascr Block, Fort St, Manager
344-205
npHEO. H. DAVIES & Co.
(I.ArK (anion, Green & Co )
Importers and Commission Merchants.
No. 4 Kaaiiumant Sr... ....... ...Honoiui.u
AflENTS HON
Llojd'kiuidlhe I.Ueniool UiuUrwriters,
Driiish and Foieigu larine Iiuuiance Company, and
Northern Auurauce Company, 310-361
G. THRUM,
IMI'O ITINO AND MANLfAlTURINO
.Stationer, tiler, Vrinter, Bookbinder,
etc.,
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Uealer In Fine btutlonery, Hooks, Music, Tovs and
Fancy Goods. '
Fort brRHiT. Near Horni, .. ..Honolulu
24 1-361 It
O WES1, II. M, l)0, C, W, MACI'AKI.ANH.
1TBST, DOW & CO.,
Importeis unit Dealers In alt hinds of
Music, Fancy and Juminest; Goods,
Furniture of all kinds. Sewiiu Machines, Mirrors,
Palnilngs, Chroino. and Tos, Pictuie Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
n hpcciality.
No. t,j Fout Strket.. .... . ,,,..,.loNot.vii
240-391
VXTILLIAM McCANDLESS
(11 Choicest lleef, Veal, Mutton, lite.
No, 6 Quekn Stkeet, Fish MarIcet,
family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice,
, Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
Telephone .., ...No. sis,
359-309
Busuntnce oticcjs.
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
B
C. BREII'LK cV Ce
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
310-361
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INS
B
ance Company, (Limited)
TUEO. II. DAWKS, AGRNT.
The above agent has received Instructions to reduce
the rnte of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports In the Pacific, and Is now prepared to Issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reductt6n on
freight per steamers. 310-361
DREMBN BOARO OF UNDERWRITERS.
F, A. SCHAEFBR cV Co., Arinti.
Also arents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian islands. 310-361
GENERAL INSURANCE COM
FORTUNA
pany of Berlin.
F. A. SCHAEFER 6 Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, ami the undersigned, General
Agents, are authorized to take riska against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rales and on the
most faorable terms. 310-361
LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
GERMAN Company of Berlin;
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS.
1 he above Insurance Company has established a General
Affencv here, and theabovtisianed. General Accnts.
are uuthorired to take Risks against the dangers of the
sea at tnc most reasonable tates, anu on me most ia
vorable terms. 210-361
FIRE
H
ance Company of Hamburg.
A.JAEGER, AGENT.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
IIMUICI, Kdlim I II, VII IIIC illUt ItlVUIMUIC ,Cli!t
310-361
FIRE INSURANCE
HAMBURG-BREMEN Company.
F. A. SCHAEFER cV Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepated to irsure risks against fire on
Stone and Brick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
nppiyattneiron.ee 310-301
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
NEW
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
INCORrORATEIJ 1835
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Vnllctrs Issued on the most 1'aeornblo Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000
3 10-36 t
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Nc
Company of Hamburc;.
. UACKFEU) & CV, AGENTS.
Capua! niKJ Reserve KclJijm.'irk Mo,i?o,
meir " s 5,000,00
lhe AiscnUofdie aIhjvc Com p my, for ij.v Ilauailfln
UlancU, Are prepared to inMiro DuiIUirii;, rurniturc,
Mcrcliandiscntia Produce, Macliinro tcM alio Suzar
and Kico Mills, and vessel tn the liarbor, again M q
or damage hy fire, on (he most favorable terms,
310-261
(HILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
writers.
C. BREWER cV CV..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
310-361
FIRE INSURANCE
TRANSATLANTIC Hamburg,
A HACKFELD cV Co., Agtnti.
Capital and Reserve Retdismark 6,000,000.
' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Tout... Reichsmark 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
ilands. are prepared to Insure lluildincs. Furniture.
Merchandise ana Produce. Machinery, etc. also Sucar
and Rice Mills, and ves:l In the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, nn the most favorable turns.
310-301
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
THE Globe Insurnnco Company. ,
BISHOP &Co.K AGENTS.
ESTADISIIED 1836,
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Assets , , $31,136,100
Reserve , , , 6,750,000
iNcouK roR 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of reinsurance
, .$ 5,383,305
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
313 3D4
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
u
of ban Francisco.
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGENTS.
lucorKrated 1875. 310-361
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
NEW Company of Boston, Mass.
INCORrORAIKD I St)
Assets January 1st., MSI, neailg $11,-
000,000.
Polices Issued 011 the most favorable terms, and
absolutely after Two
Payments.
t
EKASrLS or :
Iiuurcd age 35 years 20 years Endowment Plan for
$3,000.
Annual I'rvmtum $','!?, 30,
Y'l'e. Pd-up In.
At tlu end of the id Year. $ 280.85,
3d " 462.70
4th 643 aj
5th ' 831.85
Otll " ' 1,030 00
1$ '.'.
9' .ij6.oi
loth 1,911 63
tltli " 2,15790
istti " 3,415.45
13th " .,685 00
4! I' .v6,770
151 1 . 3,33 9
161 1 " 3 575.35
7 ' 3 oj 5
itth '' 4,34850
19th " 4,613.70
30th u 5,000.00
545
840
1,130
',4'S
l,J
1.970
M
,500
,755
3.005
3,5o
3.4
3.7o
3.945
4,S
4,38o
4.590
4,800
5,000
The second nnd tiuWqeut premiums aro likely to
be reduced by fucrtttstite: annual dtttnbuttqnx 0 stir.
Int.
SiT Applications can bhs.dof j nnd full Information
nil, Ut, gl.CII U) ,IIQ ,gCIU,
336.267 CASTLE 4 COOKE.
(Gcncvrtl cHusicrtiBcmcnls.
VTOTICB.
Dr. Whitney's Dental Rooms will b clcsed from
Tuesday, August 4th until September 7th. 3)7-260
NEATEST JOB PRINTING
itemed to order at the SatudayPrkii office
CScncml Jlbucilto'cnfcnto.
JPioixeei Line.
Several Ship Attnnalljr from Litcrpool,
Dy " Oriente " from Liverpool, Stcarreri from San
Francisco and other late arrivals,
THEO. H. DAVIES "& C(5.,
Have received
CnglisVi and American Prints,
White Cottons, Unbleached Cottons, ,
t ri.JJnen Drill and Duck, Crown
' Frtnch Merino of jdiflerent qualities,' ,V
Grey, lllue and Mixed Flannel,
Waterproof lueedi, Materials,
bilks, Satins, bilk Ribbons,
Velvet, Hosiery, Underclothing,
1 IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, White and Printed Moleskin,
Linen and Cotton Llstodos,Tov.els.
Handkerchiefs, Mosquito Netting,
Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women' & Children's Boots ti Shoes,
(sires and styles adapted to this market,)
Horse Blankets. lied Blankets,
(all sires, weights, qualities and colors,)
fclvet and Tapcatvy,
Huns and Mats,
Centre Rugs, Navy and Merchant Camas,
Filler Press Hags, (30x36), Sugar Bags,
Rice Rags, Coal Hags, 3 & 5 Ply Twtne,
English, Hawaiian Si American Flags
(1. J and 7 jards,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, bide Saddles, Saddlery,
Iron Bedsteads, GatvanUed Duckets,
Tinned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Palis, Try Pans,
(asserted sires),
Butcher Knives, Knives and Toiks,
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead, Gulvanired Water Pip
M to 9 inches),
White Lead, (snrious qualities),
Boiled Oil, Turpentine,
Corrugated Roofing,
(34 gauge, 6, 7( 8 and 9 ft. lengths).
Galvanized Krcnsand Wuthets,
Gnlvanlied Ridging.
Yellow ShetithhiU Metal .0 Stills
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
Wire Plant Guards and Arches,
Steel Ratls, with Fish Plates, Dolls and
A LARGE FRESH ASbORTMr.NTOF.
Crockery and Glanswaif, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Hl.n..lAH . M...I ,tul...1... 'I...,. , I
ininuiiuii nuu ...vviutuiv n uyi.,
Robey & Co's Portable ltnjincs,
One Splendid Piano, b Rrintmcnn & Son,)
'iesied Cliaiu, Gosaga'A Soap,
(a qualities, tn bx 34 and 0 bant).
Dent WcM Steam Loal, Coke,
Flooring 'I lies, rue Clay,
Portland Cement. (White ft Johnson')
tire llrick, IkhIisijuhvi and arch,
Lump Rock bait,
LEATHER BELTING.
(j In 13 Inch widths.)
A Large and Fresh Assortment of
Californian and English .Orocorics.
340-361
1WTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 10 Fort Strool, Honolulu,
IMIMRTER AND DHM.KH IN
SEWING MACHINES'
AND OBNUINli '
fur's, Attachments, till and .tccrssarlcs.
v
A0EN1 POK TIIK
White and the Light-Running New Hosts Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all Undv
Corticell's'Silk, in nil colors and sires :
Darbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mint. Dtmortsfs Meltable Cut Pafer Patterns
AND PUBLICATION.
Dealer In Uiplei
Revolvers
Guns ai d SroRTiNO Goods,
Sii it, Powder, Caps, ',
and Metallic Cartkidck
KEno.HlSNR STOWS. In all she.
Lock and Gun-Repairing promptly
attendedlo. 353.263'
npHE GENUINE -ARTICLE
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
-
snd . - '.
Salmon Bolllosi, 1884 Cat'oli. .
"
1 !
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLE & COOKE,
Tnese Fish can-be relied upon as
343-263
CHAS. SMITH,
No. 86 Kins St., Honolulu, H, I,
PRAT1CAL PLUMBER AND GAS I'llll'r,
Ooppor and Shoot Iron 7orkor
AND
lyEET.L ROOFER.
KANOUS, TINYAKB,,Krc.
SST All work and nil oukis fall. full
aliended 10, Please letsc orders 011 the late
Ufiin ,
foreign JLubcvtiscmcnlij.
TT W. SEVERANCE,
lifi Calipornia Si , Cai ., (Room N". 4.)
HAWAIIAN CONSUL .C 1 lMMISSia'
Morchunl, nyitb
BUSINESS
uEf.LE S COLLEGE,
24 Post St. 8. T,
Send fur Circular.
Hie Tull IIusinkss Cm Ri. inrliuto, Single and
lioulilt r.niry tug, us applteit li 1
meitts 01 nusinrss: vonimcrtial riiiuntilc: uii Iks
Pinmanshlp; Mercantile Law; I1uiik ks Coinspwnlr
ence; Lectures on Law, Business 1 0,1 ins., and 1,10
Science of Accountst Actual Practice in
Wholesale and Retail Mexhaudiing Coinnii
Jobbing, linpoillng, Railroadliu, .XpltkS DusIiipss,
Brokerage, and Uauklnji Knclish Urauthef, ,. tncliidme . .....
111 mi nn n.ai.im .:... n....
i,ramng, ami
Modern Languages, coutUiinu of practical inslrncllon
in I'mirK Geinian, and SpnuUh,
Sitcisl Branches aro. 'Irtuiniwilul lVnnnnlnp,
(lluhcr MAlheinattcs. Silrseslnir. 'nvibitn,i. f'U'tl 1 ,
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Kiueciing, itsiayitig, .inort iiaiiu, l ypest rtltnj Tele
graphy, etc.
For full .nfoimstvnn addirss,
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