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VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDSjfSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1885. NO. 11.
In order to commence (lie Issue of this paper on the
ttt of September! we Are compelled to adopt a temporary
heading which will lie replaced by one of hand-soma
design and finish as toon as the elcctrotvpa plate
can be obtained from.thc Coast, when the whola mako
up of the paper will bo changed and unproved.
PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
WOMAN AND IIOME.
Lincoln) Stepmother Tnlo Iloarorn
The niottol IIimlmiHl
tjrnpli" Now niclhoil of
Tho now method of a man dressmaker,
and ono of tlie most
In town, Is basod, I euspoct, on
that of tho hotter who forces on npparntua
down on his customor'a liend, thus pricking n
reduced oulliuo Into a card, or that pf tho
ehoomakor, who traces tho oxact Bhapo of tho
foot on pnpor. Tills artist makos his fnlr
patron divest herself of nil falsity. I don't
moan sham tooth or glass oyes or palntod
comploxlon, but of what may bo called upholstery.
Then, by moans of nn apparatus
llko a camera, ho drawB tho linos of tho real
flguro sldo vlow and front view on a pngo
In ft vory, very private Iwok. Thus ho can
boo at a glanco whoro tho Imperfoctlons of
form are, and whethor artificial Improvement
is posslbloj nlso, just what Rawnonts
will bo most.bocpmlng.
Of, course, tho subject rotains an enveloping
amount of clothing whonthus ptetuied,
so that thoro Is no impropriety In it; and
as the faces nro not Included in tho
portraiture, recognition is not probablo, In
Mnig casus, alack I quite impossible. Thero
is something similar in princlplo offered for
amateur uso. Corwigo linings aro now in
tho market which havo tho patterns cut with
tho grain of tho web, and tho waists will not
frayat tho seams, as tho wholo strain is on
tho linings and not on tho outside of tho material,
thereby making tho waist woar
longor and still rotaln Its original nliniio
until tho lining Itself is worn out.
Dy taking up the shouldor scams
11 porfoct bust and shoulder (It Is
said to bo tho result; by taking in
tho seams under tho arm, a gracoful waist
and hip Is producod. Tho reason those
scams are used is bocauso whenovor an imperfection
is iu tho flguro, it is causod by too
high or too slooplng shoulders, too long or-too
short waists, or ono shoulder being higher
than tho othor and ono hip lower than tho
othor, and It is well known that all figures
bavo somo kind of imporfoction, mora or loss.
Thoy aro put togothur aud sized by tho
bust measuro. so tuat any woman measuring
her bust in tho usual way, or knowing her
can obtain a pattern which will
fit hor porfoctly. This now method threatens
to do away with paper patterns.
Divorce, und Mornla.
But moro than any alteration in tho statutes,
moro than tho decisions of courts and
the fwr i of publicists and the arguments of
roformers, thoro Is nooded conscloiico in tho
contraction of marriage and n sonso of duty,
whicli statutes cannot make, In living within
its obligations. The foolish and tho silly
will demand that, onco married, man nnd
noitmn shall bo better and moro nearly
than beforo wedlock. Thoso will assume
that by tho ceremony of marriage a miraclo is
pcrformod,buddonly changing human nuturo
into tho divine. Conscionco and common
son&oaro batter than statutes, better than
essays. No man and no woman should marry
until able, out of lovo, or lacking lovo, out
of a seiifo of duty, to bo adapt themselves to
their new relation that mutual respect aud
mutual sacrifice shall bo its first and it
consequence. For such as thoso
statutes of dlvorco will not bo required.
Jfc goes without saying (that oil laws tending
to reduce lirunkonncjs' and licontlousnoss
aro directly In tlib Interest of moral marriage
and puie aud happy domestic life,
Tho man who finds, tho bar-room, tho gambling
tablo and tho low resorts of a great
city nttractlvo Is not Ukoly to mako
tho most Just, refined and uoblo
of husbands. Ijistead of enforcing tho
gates of conjugal separation, tho hope of
women Hos in tholr making drinklng'and
gambling and liceutlousnobs moro difficult,
more exponslvo and moro dkgraceful. Tlioy
havo now moral power enough without tho
ballot to promote high license. Thoy have
moral power enough without tho ballot to
upon tho same ktandard of morality for
men and women. As society shuts them out
if guilty of tho Great offense aguinBttho chief
moral law, why do they not assort tho
and power of their box and insist ou shutting
out tho man guilty of ltl It it wore
halt as infamous for a man to bo
as for a woman tho dlvorco courts
would bavo small dockets.
Popular Sclcnco Montlily.
From tho moment a child is born, bo is
treated on the princlplo that all his instincts
aro ossontldlly wrong, that naturo must bo
thwart'od arid counteracted In everyposslblo
way. Ho is stropped up in a contrlvunco
tjiat ho would bo glad to oxchango for a
.strait- jaoket, kept for hours In a pojitionthat
proyonts hln from moving any limb of his
Ilia first attempts at locomotion aro
checkod; bo is put in loading-strings, ho Is
carofully guardod from tho out-door world,
from the. air that would invigorate his
lungs, from tho sports that would dovolop his
muscles. Hence, tho peevishness,
and stoknos? Pf our young aristocrats.
Poor pooplo havo no tlmo to tho fnltlaio ab-
BurdlMosof their wealthy neighbors, and tholr,
children profit by wnnt.tlio model nurso would
undoubtedly call neglect
Indian babies nro still bettor olf. Thoy aro
fod on J and kicked around llko
young dogs; but thoy aro not swaddled, thoy
aro not cradled, aud not dosed with
thoy crawl around nakod, and Mon
learn to koop out of tho way; they aro happy,
they uovor cry.
If wo, would treat our youngsters iu tho
naiiio way, only substituting kisses nnd broad
for kicks, and beof, thoy would afterward lo
bardlor and stronger. Evory week tho now
tell us about tumbling down btalrs
and breaking both arms; boys falling from a
fence and Krom
what boight would a you fig Comancho havo
to' fall to break such bones not to mention
Bouth Bea Island children and young monkeys?
The hones of an infant aro plastic;
Izitlss It tivnblo and roll about would hardon
tuo bony ttsjtio; guarding It .llko nplccoof
brittle crockery makos its limbs as fragllo as
The I'rovnlonco or Stripe.
Wo shrill look a groat deal llko convicts, or
zebras, this coason, bocauso of tho prevalence
of stripes. In velvets tho Btrljies aro
of all widths, up to throo inches, in contrasting
colors. Boinbtlmcs both stripes aro
Fomotlmos ono Is velvet, tho othor silk.
Bolf-colored goods, with volvotand silk stripes
alternating, aro also shown. Knit goods exhibit
tho tendency to stripes and
como rough cloths havo Astrakhan
bands of tho samo or different
colors W0V011 -In. Bilks haVo bands of'
catin In contrasting colors. Satins
show tho dash stripes brightened with
figures In sllvor and gold. Tho old Bay-adore
stripes, horizontal, are revived. Somo
of tho ricliu.it goods for wraps show the
stripes. Bolts can bo worn with all
waists. Thsy aro narrow or wide, according
to taste. Deep bolte aro not miitablo for
women with short waists. Sllvor buckles aro
much sought after when artistically chased.
These- nro closed undor a rosette or u ribbon
bow. Tho Bonio bows nro on tho shouldor
und in front of tho neck. Tho Diroctolro
sash is also worn. . It Is wide, of soft fabric,
and is loosoly tiod' on the sldo.
A tiosson In Self-Control.
Mothers iu Conncll.
Ono day, when I was a vory ltttlo girl, I
was watching my mother making strawberry
preserves. I can boo tho great kottlo
of boiling liquid now, clear as rublos. Besido
tho stove Btood n largo milk-pan containing
corno squash for "company" pies, with a
plenty of milk nnd oggs In It "Now,
Bridget," said my mother, at last, in a
tono, "it ,1s dono; tako tho kottlo off."
This was accomplished, and then, with
almost incrcdlblo stupidity, tho "holp,"
actually emptied tho strawborrlos
into tho Bquashl My mother turnod hor
head jait too lato. Sho was quick and
but thero escaped from hor mouth
only a despairing, "Oh, Bridgotl" Thon as
sho saw tho girl's Instantly regretful face,
sho uttered no nngry reproaches, no useless
lamentations. No doubt when my tired
mother, who was not strong (I lost her at 15),
went up Btalrs to rest, sho felt disheartened,
and thought that her preserves and squash,
her time aud labor, had all boon wasted; but,
probably, bho never did for mo a moro valuable
morning's work than whon sho gavo mo
that unconscious lesson lu sweet self-control.
In Memory of n Wife.
Tho felicity of Senator Anthony In sentiments
on tho demiso of a friend Is nowboro
bettor exemplified than by tho inscription on
tho monument to his departed
wlfb. Tho inscription closes with tho following:
If roro gifts of intelloct,
And tho graces that best become hor box
Could havo averted tho shnftof Death,
Then no had had no neod to rnlso this un-
. tlmoly stone.
Tho Btopraother iu fiction is vory often as
unlovely as she sometimes is in fact But
tho Btepmother who condescended to marry
tho no'01 -do-well Tom Lincoln becamo tho
angol of Abo Lincoln's life. Bho quickly perceived
tho ability of tho boy and was not
slow in discerning the unusual fiber of his
exceptional naturo. She transformed a hovol
into a home. Sho put away rags and squalor
tho family tho habiliments of
taste and tho habits of refinement. She
could not muko over again old Tom, but sho
m do young Alio; and theto delightful pages
show that could not possibly havo boon
tho lout that Eome flippant writers havo represented
him. From tho hands and heart of
luoh a stepmother as moldod him a boor or
vulgar fellow could not go forth. Addicted
to tho fhucalisms of society ho nover becamo,
bocauso ho was too ruggod and too chivalrous,
and rpggodnoss and chivalry do not
tako on small hypocrisies which society
calls fine, but which nro essentially low and
Tho influqnco of his stepmothor was all in
tho ditectlon of a natural, manly and rugged
but noble development Sho beems to havo
hail 110 falso standards'. Sho scon's to havo
been of clean, strong, mind,
wholly dovoted to bringing up Abo Lincoln
into an honest and nblo man. Sho bad
gllmps.'s of possibilities for him In a misty
way, but hor devotion was apparently inspired
by n womanly spirit rather than any
ambition or expectation. Ills gratitude toward
hor was commensurate with hor merit
She niailo him what ho became. Without hor
,nld ho might havo Iwon n poworof Bomosort;
b,ut tho richness of bit character was tho
fruit of hor toll. Let this stepmother be
thought worthy of tho homage which Abra
hum Lincoln paid her to tho last days of hU
Tho Hull mill llliioillutiliid.
Yesterday afternoon a wild Cherokee
bull was imprisoned lu thu pun of Mr,
Bhuckulght. Tli j bull was 11 very ferocious
one, Just having boon tocolvod from the
'Indian Torrltory. By somo chance (ho
door of the pan was loft open. Thu bull,
Obiorviug tills, m.nlo a dash through it.
Two neighboring dogs ran nt tho bull,
which so Incensed him that ho charged
upon litem, killing 0110 of thorn with his
sharp hqrns. Tho bull, with head and tall
high lu thu air, coutlnuod his course. IIo
undo n ilo'th for a young butcher, struck
him lutho sldefnud knocked him into tho
ditch. Ho thon drow back for another
plunge, but such was his Impetus that ho
leaped entirely over tho illtoh. Two
bio itlhouuds, belonging to a inan lu tho
neighborhood, woro proourod mil put In
pursuit, Tno bull killed one, but tho
other got him by tho eilr, and no amount
of shaking would throw him off. llu
ilnolly ran again, with tho dog still
to hit oar. lleachlii': iloai'grass ho
pluug 'd Into tho crock, and held his head
and the dog beneath thu water until ho
thought tho latter was drowuod. Udng
uablo to hold his head uudor the water
.ntv longor, ho brought it up, but tho doir,
still there. Tho Lull then hwutil to
thu bunk, where bo was laisood and cm -
11 1 ll,
Honrlch Heine, in his 'memoirs, says ot
.his father: "Of nil human beings ho was
tho pne whom I loved most IIo has bum
dead now for yearn. I nevir
thought that I could loso him, and ovon
now I can senrcoly bollovo that I
havo roally lost him. It is hard to
bellovo in tho death of thoso whom
wo havo lovod so dourly. And they really
nro not flood. They llvo on in our souU
Slnco then not a night has passed when I
did not think of my father, and when I
awitlto in tho morning I Imagine I hear tho
bound ot his voice as tho echo of a dream.
(Successor to SMITH & Thurston)
Attorney at Law,
No. 38 Mrkciiant Street.... .Honolulu
T-R. A. McWAYNB,
physician and suhghOn.
Offick and Residence 34 Alaken street.
Office Hours 9 to 11 a. m.; 6 to S r. m
s EO. L. BABCOCK, ' '
Teacher of the I'lano.forte,
Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co.,
No, it5 Port St Honolulu.
Residenik No, n Emma street. r 337-288
T M. WHITNEY; M. D., D. D. S.
Dental llooms on Strref,
OHicc In llrewer's lffock, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 310-261
Attorney inirf Countrttur lit Law,
Anil Afirnt to tithe Aelinoivlrilyrmrntu,
No. 14 KaaiiumanU Stkekt .Honolulu
J NO. A. IIASSINGBR,
ililinit to ttttio ArJinotrtnttJinttitu to Con-
trutta far iMbur.
Intkriok Officr. .., Honolulu
OHN II. PATY,
Notary Public 11ml Commlmlon of Dcrtl,
Tor the St Ues of California, nnd New York. Office
at the Hank of Hijhop &.Co.
Hunoiulu, Oaiiu. H.I. 310-361
Studio : Room 6, SprecUU Block.
Fort Stkiei;t. HonolU lu.
Hours : 3 to 5 p. m.
P P. GRAY, M. D.,
I'lri'srorAX ,i.vx suhc.kox,
Oince, next door to the Honolulu Library,
9 to 10 A. M.
Office linens: a to 4 r. m.
7 to 8 r. M.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a. M. '
RESIDENCE, cor. KInau and Pcnsacola Sts.
O B. DOLE,
Counscltor nt T.iuv unit Xotaru 1'nlllc,
No. IS, KAAIIUMANU STRKET...T HONOLULU
w R. CASTLE,
Atlnrnvy at Law ami Salary l'nbllc.
No. 19, Merchant Strekt Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361
A L. SMITH,
Importer anil Dealer lit Olimsicare,
No. 83 Fort Street Honolulu
Kind's Comhuutiou Spectacles and Eyeuliises,
1. 111lr.il Wire Ware, Fancy SoapsT Picture 1 runes,
Woitcnholm's Pocket Cutlery, II. I. Chase'11 Island
views, Clark's ' Spool Cotton, Machine 'Oil, all
tiuds of Machine Neeills, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of tho universally acknowledged
Domestic Sewing Machine.
S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer anil leahr In General
Corner Queen and Kaahuniauu Streets, Honolulu.
A W. I'UIRCE & Co. "'
S'ft7 IJhanillor 'anil 'Ciniuntsulon
No. s Quhkn St., Honolulu,
Agcntd for llrand's Guns and llomb Lances aud Perry
Davis' I'aln Killer. , 310-361
A LLEN Si RODINSON,
tiealcri In Lumber anil all kliuls of
( Malarial, Valnt, Oil, Xnlln, etc.,
No, 44 (Julbn Strkkt Honolulu, II, 1,
At.UNrS OF SCII0DNUK5
Hnlcakala, KuUiiunti, Kekaiilnulil, Mary Ellen,
Utlaina, I'anahl and Leahl,
At Rubinion's Wharf, 310-461
OISIIOP & CO,, Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
Draw Exchange on
THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agents in
J HONG KONG
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD & SONS,
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.,
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO..
CF SYDNEY, SYDNEY.
The HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND:
THE HANKS OF HUl'CISH COLUMHIA,
VICTORIA, II. C; AND PORTLAND, OR,
Transail a General flanking flitsineit.
General Moieantlleand Commission Ayent
Qufen Street, Honolulu,
Officers P. C. Jones, Jr., president and manager;
Joseph 0. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
lions. Charles R, Hilltop and 11, A. P. Carter; W. F,
Allen auditor. 3-84
s C. COLEMAN, ,
lllncUntnlth, Muclilnlt, Cnrrliife U'urii
Honolulu It, I
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on King Street
next 10 Castle & Cooke s. . 310-3(1
and Uralkr in
tfitrnlturn of Jtw)rit,l?crrlptloni Also
' tjilinMertr ami Jtitmifnrturei1,
furniture Warerooms No? 1 1 1 Port Street. Workshop
nt old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to, 33-303
(FORMERLY WITH II0LLE1 & CO.)
U'hotetule ami llettill ()rocerf
ti, Knu STKsirr ...Unukr Habsionv Hall.
1'amlly, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed.
Telephone No. no. 337-378,
pASTLE & COOKE,,
Slil)llna mill CommfHton Merchant,
No. So Kinu SrKKrtr .,.., ...Honolull
IMI0RTHR4 AND UULttUS IN
ARents for t
The Hitrhcock & Coinp.uiyJ PlintMmn.
'Ilir AlexanJer S llaldxin I'laitatiou.
H. Ilalstcad, or Waialua I'laiUtllon.
A. H. Smith Be Company, Krlai, Katni.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul,
The Haiku Sucar Company.
The Kohala Sugar Compiny.
Tlie Union Insurance Lotnpanyol San Franicscu.
The New Knglind Iafe Insurance Company of
The lllake Manuracturinr Company of Uo.toil
D. M, Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
1 he New York and Honolulu 1'rcUt Line.
'the Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes Si Son's MeJIcines.
Wilcox Clthb's binder Manufacturing Company,
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewlm Machines. , 310-361
E P, ADAMS,
Auctioneer anil Commh.iiun Merchant.
No, 4(5 Quhiin STKnnT,.... Honolulu
PD. HOFPSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importer anil Comtnlfton Merchant.
No. 43 QueunStrkbt...... Honolulu Oaiiu, II I
llmiso anil titan J'alntcr,
Patek IIangkk, eld,
No. 107 Kino Street , Honolulu
E O. 'HALL& SON (Limited)
IMI'OHTEKS ANI UEALEItS IN .
Hardware and General Merehamltte,
Corner of Kino anu Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall.. President and Manager
t C Abies Secretary and Treasurer
Directors 'I hotnas Mav, E. O. While 16-307
pA SCHAEPBR Co.
Importer and C'omnxltiton Merchant,
No. 20 Merchant Street,...,. ..Honoluiu
Tp H. OEDING. .
. J!xpre3 and Drayman.
Office. No. 8t klnjf 'str.ct. -
Residence. No, 47 Punchbowl Stcret.
Honolulu, Oaltti, II. I,
Freight, Packages, and Uaggigo delivered to and fiom
all parts nf, Houoluhi and sicinity. Careful
tentioit paid to moving l'urniuiir, with
WAGONS EXI'HESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Ofllce Telephone. No. 86.
House Telephone, No. go. 239-390
J tool and Shoemaker.
Hoots and Shoes nude to Order.
Nn. 103 Fort Street, , Honolulu
fli W MICFARLANh, It. II. MACKAkLANK.
( W. MACPARLANIt ft CO.
Importovs, Commission Morolniutu
nnd Stij;iir Factors.
Hullding..,,! Queen street, Honolulu.
Puuloa bfieep Rnnrh Co, Huwalt,
J. Touler & Co'sbtcam Plow und Portable TraniwaJ
Mlnless, Watson A CoV Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow anil Honolulu Line-of Packets,
Liverpool nnd 1 Ionoluht Line ofil'ackets,
Iindoii and llouolulu Lino of Steamers,
Sun Fire Office of London. 243-291
TT HACKFELD& Lo.
General Commission A(ienl.
Con, Fort and Qulen Sirkktr Honolulu
W'halesuln and lUlall Druyulst and To.
No. 39, Nuuanu Stlkkt.. ....... .Honolulu
TTOPP & CO.,
No 74. Kino Street,, '. Honolulu
Upholsterer, Draper and Dealer tn all
Telephone No, 143.
H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Hnylnes, Hollers, Suyar Mills,
Cooler, Iron, llrus ami Lead Castlntii.
IIONOIUIU,, ,,, II. I
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention isiiil 10 Ship's Blarksmithing.
Job work executed on the shortest notice. 310-261
' ' " ' ' 1 ' ' "
TT E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery aud Veed Store.
Cor, Kino anu Fort Sts , , Honolulu
TNO. O. HOWLER & Co.,
Ave prepared to ftirnlih I'titn ,amt Ultimate
for Steel y
With or witliotit Cars nnd Locomotives, Specially
ADAPTED VOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Kallwas and Locomotives and cars, Trnc
lion Engines and Road Locomotives, Steam
. Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Portable
Lnglnes for all purposes, Winding
Engines 'or inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo,
graphs of the aliove I'lahts and Machinery may be seen
nt the offices of the undersigned. W. I UKEI'.N and
O. W. MACFAKLANK & CO., Agents for Jna O.
Fowler fc Co 313-364
OHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer anil Dealer in General Mer-
No. 35-31 Qurbm Street Honolulu
M. OAT, JR., &CO.
Stationer anil yew Stealer.
Heil Jlnbbcr Stami Agency'
Oabttk IIlock w.No. 35 Mkrciiant Street
355-306 Honolulu. II. I.
r, Copper ami Sheet Iron Warner,
Stove ami Itanyr.
of all kinds, Phtmbers' stock ana metals, house furnish
lug goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
Nn. 8 Kaaiiumanu Street.. Hohoiulu
T A1NE & Co.,
t'ommlton Men limit,
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grnln and .General
Honolulu 1'. I,
r EWERS &t C001CE,
(Successors to Lewers & Di:kson,).
Importer ami Dealer In Lumber anil all
litml of llulltllnn Material.
No. 82 Fort Strrrt ....Honolulu
Heater in Irt(loott8t Jttcef Ten, Sitka and
j'fiic lifiMitft hum, intuit! nnti
ShncHt Jtrttn, Feed and J'tottr,
Atso proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantation ftt
Kaneoht?i K.oolau, Waipto. Ewa, nnU Ileeia.
Cor. Nuuanu and Sts UoUuuvi.v
r YONS & LEVEY,
litrHViiiroiM anil Commission Merchant,
CorNer Fort anu Queen Stkluts, Honolulu
Sales of Furniture, Stuck, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American apil Lairopcan merchandise. I J. Lyons,
332-383 li J , l.nvi.v.
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer tu Cloth-
inn . limit, Shoe, Hat, Man'
ntshlug Good, I'ancy Good, lite.
No. ioKaaiiusianu Street Hunolulu
TWT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
Leather, Hide, 2'aUoiv aud Cominilon
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 42 Qukkn Sutntr Honolulu
S. GRINUAUM & Co.
Importer and M'hnlvsal Dealer in General
Mai.'ke's Ulock.. Queen Street, Honoiulu
JWT S. GRINUAUM ft Co.
I'arwnrdtny and Commission Mervhanli
No, 214 California Sr. fAN Francisco, ,
Special facilities for aud paitiuilar attention paid to
of Island nioduce. 310-261
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
J wintrier ,11111! Dealer tn Cutlery,
Paints und Oils, aud General Meriliandisc,
No. 74 anu 76, l'Ymr SiKUiir Hunoluip
s 10-.'6 1
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Jtelatt O meets,
No. 95 Fort Stleet Honolulu
Fresh groceries and proisions of idl kinds on hand and
received regulaily from Europe nnd America which
will be sold at the lowest market iates.
Goods 10 nnj part cf the city free of charge.
Island orders soliciud and prompt attention will L
given to the same.
WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W.L.GREEN,
Office Heater Block, Tort St. Manager
II, DAVIES & Co.
(Latk Ianion, Gi.ern & Co.)
Importer and Commission' Merchants.
No. 4 Kaaiiumant St Honolulu
l.loj d's nnd the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foteign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company, ' 310-261
Imioktino and Manukacturino
And publisher of tho Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer In Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Tojs and
Fort Street. Near Hotfi, Honolulu
o i:sr, 11, M. DOW, C. W. MAlFARLANr.
W1 EST, DOW & CO.,
Importer ami Deal'r In all html of
.11 lisle, Vaneu mid .li.tiiiiiesn Goods,
T-..2..I, t -II I 1...I, 1? t Sll-U
Paintings, C'hromos nnd Toys, Picture Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No, 105 Fort Street .Uonoiiu.i
Deafer In Choicest Jleef, Vealf Mutton, Wc.
No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market,
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels nt short .notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
Telephone... .,,,,,,,.,. f..,,,.,, No. 313.
dUs ymmma i.x tUu'iA
rOSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS,
C. BRRWliK c Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
RIT1SH FOREIGN MARINE
anee Company. (Limited)
TllEO. H. DA VIES, AGENT.
The above ngent lias received Instructions lo reduce
the rates of Insurance between Honolu1uhnd
Ports In the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll
ties at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 310-361
DREMEN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
F. A, SCltABFER o Co., A(tlt,
Also arents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters,
For the Hawaiian Islands, 310-261
F. A. SCIIAEFER & Ce AGENTS.
The nlioe Insurance Cornnanv. has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, are authorized to take risks against the dangers
fthe S tens nt me most reasonable rales anu on me
most favorable terms. Bio-261
LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
'. A. SCtlAEFEK & Co , AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company lias cM&blihil
Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents,"
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable talcs, and on the most favorable
anco Company cf Hamburg;.
A. JAEGER, AGENT.
Uuilding, Mercliandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire 011 tho most favorable terms.
F. A. SCHAKFKR & Co., AGENTS.
The nbove firm having been appointed agents of this
company arc prepared to Irstire risks against fire on
Stone and HricK buildings nnd on Merchandise stored
therein, on Ihe most favorable terms. For particulars
apply ut their office. 310-361
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
ancc Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Policies Issued on the most I'tvorable Tcrmj
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000
-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
NORTH Company of Hamburg'.
. IIACKFELD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve Rcichsmark 8,830,00
" their Companies, " 35,000,00
Ihe Agents of th aliove Contpany, for tl.4 Hawaiian,
Islands, are prepared to Ifisuie BuildulgSFurniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
nnd Rice Mills, and vessels iu the harbor, against loss
or damage by nrc, on the most favorable terms.
BOARD OF UNDER
C. DREIl'ER & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
TRANS-ATLANTIC Company ot Hamburg:.
. IIACKFELD & Co., AaenU.
Capitaland Reserve... Relchsmark 6,000,000.
' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total. , , , Reichsmarl: 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, nre prepared to insure Buildings Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinery, etc.. rdsb Sttirar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor agaiiibt loss
or damage by lire, nu tlie most iaoraute tetms.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
THE .Globe Insurance Company.
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS.
Unlimited Liability lo Stockholder.
Reserve , 6,750.100
INCOME K0R 1879:
Premiums received after deduction of reinsurance,,.
,., $ 3,l8a,35
Losses promptly adj'rtcd and paid here,
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
Incorporated 1875, 210-261
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Muss,
Issel January 1st., 1SS4, neatly $17,-000,000,
Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely after Two
FXAMfLE OF II AN !
Insured age 35 yean so ears Endowment Plan for
, $5,000. f
.1)11111(1? I'l'diitiilil $9i9.80.
VTe. IM-up Ins.
At the end of the ad Year. $ 189.83
3d " 463,70
5th " 831,83
6th " 1,019 00
7th " 1,235.15
8t I 1,450.73
91I1 " 1,676.05
otll " 1,911.63
nth " 1,157,9a
nth " 3,4.15.43
13th " 1,085.00
14th " 2,967.70
istli " 3,363.90
iw'i '! 3575.35
17th ' 3 903 15
18th '' 4,34850
19th " 4,613.70
sotll H 5,000,00
The second nnd stibseqeut premiums are likely lo
be reduced ny iscrtatmff nnnu.it ttitirttniuoM ej
HIT Applications can be hadof; nnd full Information
will be given by the Agents,
356-367 CASTLE & COOKE
No, 33 Hqii'.l Sii.eut, 0pp. Emiiui: Saloon,
Makes and repairs nil kinds of
ML RfimmiBrw ill
. (Kcttcral uuerttacment.
ScTtral Ships Annnallj from Liverpool.
Hy " Oriente"from Liverpool, Steamers from San
Francisco and other late arrivals,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
English and American Prints,
White Cottons, Unbleached Cottons,
Linen Drill and Duck, Crown Canvas,
Trench Mlrinrt of different qualities,
Grey, Hlueand Mixed Flannel,
Waterproof Tv. eeds, Drew Materials,
bilks, Satins. Silk Ribbons,
Velvet, Hosiery, Underclothing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, While and Printed Moleskin,
Linen and Cotton Ltstodos, Towels.
Handkerchiefs, Mosquito Netting,
Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women's & Children's Hoots & Shoes,
(sizes and sts, les adapted to this market,)
Horse Blankets, Bed Illankets,
(all sires, weights, qualities and colors,)
Velvet ami Tapestry,
Hugs and Mats,
Centre Jtugs, Navy and Merchant Canvas,
Filter Press Hags, (30x36), Sugar flags,
Rice Hags, Coal liags, 3 & 3 Ply Twine,
English, Hawaiian & Amorioan Flago
(1. s nnd 7 id,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, Side Saddles, baddlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Galvanized Buckets,
'tinned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pans,
Butcher Knives. Knives and Forks.
Tin Plate, Sheet Lead. Galvanized Water Pipe
(M loa belies),
White l.ead. mtnlltlesV
I litU, (various
noiicu wu, turpentine,
(24 gauge, C, 7t 8 and 9 ft. lengths),
Galvanized Screws and Wnshers,
lrcltow (Sheathing Metal .D Kails
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
Wire Plant Guards and Aiches,
Steel Rails, with Fish Plates, Holts and Spikes,
A LARGE FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
" Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanic's Tools,
Robey 4r Co'h Portable Engines,
One Splendid Piano, by Hrinsmead & Sons,)
Tested Clialn, Gosage's Soap,
(2 qualities, in bxs 34 and 60 barsl.
Best Welsh Steam Coal, Coke,
Flooring 1 iles, I- ire Clay,
Portland Cement. (White & Johnson's)
Fire Bricks, both square and arch,
Lump Rock bait,
(3 to 12 Inch widths.)
SiyAjlUrgcanaffesiliMnVotw ' '
Californian and English Groceries.
M RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
IMPORTER ANO DEALER IN
Varit, Attachment, Oil and AcccssorSe.
AGENV FOR THE
White and the New Home Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind.
Corlicell't Silk, in all colors and shes :
Barbour's Linen T bread,
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mine. Demotes ft Keliable Cut Paper Piitentt
Dealer in Rifles
' Guns and Sporting Goons,
Shot, Powder, Caps,
und Metallic. Cartridges,
ICKUOSUNIC STOriiS, in "all W-ma
Sewing.Machinc, Lock and Gun-Repairing promptly
attended to, 353-265,
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Salmon BolHos, 1884 Catch.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLE Sc COOKE,
Tnese Pish can be relied upon as First-Class
C. J, WALLER. Proprietor
Clioloost Moatu from rincst Hovtls.
Families and shipping supplied on short notice and at
Lowest Market Prices.
Alf meats delivered from this market are thorouchly
lilted Immediately after killintr bv means of n
Coleman Patent. Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat to
treated retains nil its juicy properties, nnd is cutiranterd
to keep jonger aiier ucuvcry man meat.,
Send for Circular.
'Ihe Full IIusini.ss Cour.u includes Slnnls nml
Double Entry Book-keep Ing, as nnplied lo all departments
of business; Commercial Arithmetic,
Mercantile Law; Business Correspondence;
Lectures, on !.iw; Business Forms, and the
Science of Accounts; Actual Prnctica In
Wholesale nnd Retail Merchandising, Commission,
lobbing, Importing. Rallroading,"Uxpress Business,
lhokcrage, ami Hanking; Engllhh llranchis, including
Reading, Spelling, Ginmniar, etc; Drawing; and
Modern Languages, consisting of piactlcal inUiuctlcii
In French, Gciman, and Spanisli,
Si kciai. Branches art Omamental Peiiinaiuhlp,
I Holier Mathematics, Surveying, Navigation, Civil
Assajlng, Short-Hand, T
For ful Information address,
is, i iu: a 1 ,i j? co.
330-381 San, Francisco, Q.iL.