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VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1885. NO.
A KISS IN THE RAIN.
Snmuol Mlnturu IVlIc in Tlio Coiitury.
Onobtorniy morn I clmncoil to moot
A Irtsslo In tlio town;
Hor locks wore llko tlio rlpoucil wheat,
Hor laughing oyes woro brown.
I witclioil hor Ai sho tripped along
Till madnMa filled my brnln,
And tbon anil tlion 1 know 'twas wrong
I kissod her in tlio rnln.
With rain-drops shining on hor choolt,
Llko on a roso,
Tlio ltttlo lasslo strovo to tpenk
My boldness to opposo;
She strovo In vnln. and quivering
Hor Anger ctolo in lnfiio;
And tlion tho birds began to slug,
Tlio ran began toshtno.
On, lot tho clouds grow dark nbovo,
My henrt is light below;
Tis always summer when wo lovo,
Howovor winds may blow;
And I'm as proud as any prlnco,
All honors I disdain
Sho says I mn hor rnln beau slnco
I kissed hor in tho rain.
A PAIR OF MUTES.
Mr. John Sponcor was an nttornoy with
lomothtng of a fortuno, and of tha
ago of flvo and thirty; that 'ago whon
man Is at his bust physically and nature Imi
nilod out his framo with tho necessary pudding
of flesh without obesity whon tho
wrlnklos nro not In his nock nor gray hairs In
his mustache, although at that ago ho is upt
to bo "woll sot" In his ways.
Tho past wlntor had boon ono of unusually
hard work, but not without jioeunlnry returns,
so that when ho was soriously threatened
with paralysis of tho throat, and upon
consulting an eminent physician was told
that rost and absolute sllonco woro his
only hope., ho folt that ho had earned
his vacation, but at a rnthor high
prlco. Ho was onlcrod to mako no vocal
sound, 03 his worn-out muscles wero to bo lot
ontlroly nlono to rocuporato for tit least
throo months. If ho had anything to say It
must bo dono in writing, but not a word on
pain of entiro loss of spooch. As tho summer
vacation was at hand ho soloctod a homo
in tho country as his placo of oxllo, for whon
ono has frlonds ono must talk. Tho choice
was a wlso ono, for tho furmor and his wlfo
woro quiot, Intolllgont peoplo, whoso children
woro all married and in homos of their own.
Thohouso was pleasantly situated near a
river, so thoro was plonty of Hilling and boating.
To a man so long deprived of sport of
this kind thoro was a boyish zest in renewing
it, for life had not much play in it for him
but had boon inado up of work. In his
for a placo in Ufa ho had becomo rathor
cynical, especially so about womon, as
ho knew practically nothing about them.
Ills theories about thorn woro almost heathenish,
but thoy woro only thoorlos. Ho disliked
tho sox on whnt Is vaguely called "general
principles," and Bhunnod thorn, ono and
all. On his arrival ho was given tho cholco
of two rooms, ono largo, tho othor bomowhat
smaller; truo to his manhood, ho took tho
biggest. Mora room for boots to stand
round in and to scatter pipos and such manly
belongings. Ho had boon pleasantly established
with his books, fishing-rods, cigars and
all thoso things which seem necessary .to a
man who is reaching that porlod of bachelorhood
Before his coming all tho arrangements
for bis stay had been mado by lottor, and on
his arrival, tablots presontod with tho request
written to bo shown to his room mado
tho good lady of tho house suppose ho wasdouf
nnd dumb, which was Just tohU mind, forho
did not want "to bo borod with tho womun's
curiosity," If ho mado an explanation he
would havo to nns?or innumerable questions;
If ho did not It would bo natural tor her to
comu to tho conclusion she had.
As tho days of July bocamo hotter and
tho' Ashing began to pall, tho most Interesting
books liad bceu read, ho began to weary
of his onforcod sllonco, and longod for something
to bronk tho monotony. Before long
ho had it. Ono day Mr. Groy drove up to
tho gato from tho station with a trunk in tho
wagon behind and n young woman on tho
seat besldo him. Whon Mr. Sponccr looked
out it was not with a smiling countenance,
but a rather a, cross one, for his seclusion
would bo intruded on. Nevertheless, ho
watchod tho process of alighting and removing
tho heavy trunk with that interest borod
peoplo watch anything that Is soniotlilng
now. Ho muttered somothlng about
"scrawny, faded," as tho young woman was
helped down, und returnod to his pipe.
Laura Hydo had como to Mr. Groy's to
rocuporato alter a severe winter of teaching
vocal music in tho publla schools of tho
pnmo city of which Mr. Spencor was n resident,
and, strange as It may seom, for tho
wimo thing. Hor voico had bocomo eo impaired
with ovorwoik that sho was threatened
with tho total Iojs of It. Hor doctor
had commando.l on tho sllonco through tho
bummer, plonty of fresh air and wholesome
food as tho only means of cure. Tho poor
girl could soo no way to accomplish this, but
sho resolved to throw herself on thogenor
oslty of tho Groyu, as Mrs. Groy was
of hor mother, explaining tho wholo
situation. Thoy, botug good, charitablo
people, took hor In for tho least possible
pay, for sho refused to como unloss sho woro
ermtttod to pay somothlng, however small
. the amount.
Mr, Sponcor wont down to tea In a bolflsh
frame of mind wishing that that woman
bad not Intruded on his domain, but when ha
saw how tired, worn and spiritless tho
obnoxious porson looked he rolontod som
what and went through uu Introduction
(written on tho tablots) with as much
graelouMioss as ho could command. Ho
noticed Miss Hydo only nnswored remarks
by a movement of tho head, and hoard Mrs.
Grey oxplalnlng In hor kindly way ull about
Ids own affliction "Deaf and dumb, poor
thing. Not a bit of trouble, but ho does
Laura was given tho Httla room rojectod
by him. and was us (pilot a uolghbur ai u man
A man of Mr. Spencer's habits could not
bo expected to tako much Interest in u
neighbor. Tho only thing that struck him
wus that b!io soomod to bo that rare anomaly
a woman who could hold hor tongue. Ha
gave hor but ltttlo ot his thought; merely
bowed whon passing on tho stairway or In
For Bomo thno sho movod about tho houso
JUtlossly, with a tired, worn look thut nddod
to hor twenty-four years; but, with good
food, frebh nlr and rest sho bogan In n fow
wooks to fool tho Inlluonco of the placo, and
hor oxprosslou changed to a brighter, rested
one, which at least mado hor ploasant to
Tho only thing that puzzled Mr. Sponcor
was ho had uovor hoard her voico. Ho had
hoard Mrs, Grey hold long conversations wltli
her oil many subjocts of domosth economy,
Onco or twlco hoTilmself had'becu tho toplo
of conversation, but not ono word In reply
did ho hear Miss Hydo say. Sho surely must
havo snld somothlng, for Mrs, Groy said,
"Laura, you are too hard on him. llo isn't
uu old man, about S3, and not so selfish as
you may think if you only know him, And,
my dour, ho can't tako tho samo Interest lu
things that a man who is not doaf could.
I'vo no doubt ho would lend you any of
his books it ho know you wanted
thorn." Thoro was n reply to this
which ho did not catch, for It brought a
laugh and reply from Mrs. Groy, who said:
"Woll, It may bo ns you say, whon men
ond all thoir tlino thinking and working
for thomsolvos thoy forgot that others may
tulTor for what thoy havo in abundance and
think nothing of It." Not long after this
conversation took placo Mr. Sponcor started
tor a long day on tho rlvor, equipped with
fishing-rods and lunch basket In tho evening
as ho was returning homo, whon yot two
milos from It, rowing leisurely, ho saw Miss
Hydo walking along tho rlvor bank, stopping
now and tlion to look about hor. Ho
piillod to the shore, and presenting hU
on which was written: "Will you not
row homo, Hiss nyuo, tlio rest ot tuo wayt
You look warm and tired." Sho nnswored
by writing: "I will bo glad of a chance to
go so pleasantly. I hnvo lost my way, I
think." With his assistance sho got In. As
sho sat drawing her hand through tho water
lie got a good look nt her. Looks woro all
he got, for not a word was exchanged during
theriJo. "She thinks ino doaf and dumb,"
ho Raid to himself, "and 1 shall not docolve
hor, but nwalt further dovelopmonts."
Sho pointed to the sunsot, nodded hor head
and Bniiled, to which ho answered in tho
tamo way. Various ojjects of interest wore
alscussod In this sllont manner, so that whon
ho camo to tho mooring placo ho concluded
that It was rathor ploasaut to havo some ono
as a companion.
After this thoy were on frlondly terms, bo
that whon Soptambor camo their
had progrossod rapidly through tho mo
dlum of tho tablots. On Miss Hydo's returning
tc horschoolhocould hardly
that ho should miss one of tho obnoxious
sox so much. Ho consldorod It rather strango
that sho had never told him in any of tholr
"dialogues" where hor homo was. Sho had
not dono so because- ho had nover asked, but
said to herself, "If ho cared to know ho would
ask. I will not forco my conlldonco on any
ono." Whon sho wont nolthor know whoro
tho homo of tho othor was, and they parted,
as thoy supposod, to nover soo each othor
again. Sho returned to hor school rested and
restored, Ho stayed until tho last ot October,
whon ho follow od, and, as tho physician
had said, had ontlroly rocovored.
Thanksgiving aftoraoon'tho matinee was
"Ollvotto," and as he uasalittlooutof spirits,
tho natural fooling of men without family
ties on holidays, Mr. Sponcor concluded
After bolng shown to his seat ho Idly
looked ovor tho hrfuse, but saw no
Just behind htm ho hoard a soft un
familiar voico say: "Suo, ltlshe." "Who,"
asked Suo. "Why, Mr. Sponcor, tho doaf and
dumb gentleman who was so kind to mo last
summer. But how strange ho should coma
to an opera whon ho can't hear." "0, not at
all," said tho giddy Suo "I should think It
would bo no end of fun to soo them all prancing
about tho stago, rolling their oyes, wringing
thoir hands, und standing on tip-too to
catch tho high notes, and nil tho tlmo hoar
nothing," and Suo wont off in a gigglo at the
absurdity of it
"Suo," said Laura, "it Is hoartloss to laugh
and talk so about ona's afflictions." "O,
pohawl ho doesn't havo an air of very deep
altllctlon," Suo nnswored. "Ho looks woll
fod. His chin Is getting double. Ho must
bo a very old bachelor! I do wish he would
turn around so I could seo him hotter." At
this point Mr. Spencer did turn around, and
gave Mlsa Suo a look which mado her ask in
a whisper: "Is ho really deaf, Laura? IIo
lookod wondorfully knowing, llko ho might
havo hoard mo." "Guilty conscionco," snld
Lnuro. "Didn't I say ho novor sivoko a word
nil summor, and ho's as deaf as a Sphynx. I
do woudor If bo will roinomber mo. Mon of
his ago and opinions do lovo to snub us, and
I would not bo surprised that ho did not
Just then tho curtain wont up, and, as thoy
could aflord a treat so rarely, thoy llstenod,
and no more was snld of Mr. Sponcor.
At tho close, whllo Mr. Spencor was struggling
with his overcoat, tho two girls inado
thoir oxit, but what was thoir dismny to And
it raining, and thoy with no protection from
thull wo do," snld Suo; "our clothos will bo
ruined I" Just then a voico bohind thom
said: "Miss Hydo, allow mo to seo you and
your friend to a carrlago." The girls looked
ntcaeh othor In consternation, but snld uovor
a woid, and boforo thoy could reallzo It woro
seated in a carrlago, with Mr. Sponcor
opposite. Laura lookod down in her
lap, Suo out tho window, but, true
to hor character, sho saw tho
ot tho situation and after
vainly struggling to control horsolf, burst
into a poal of laughter, which only added to
Laura's distress so much that Mr. Sponcor
loaned across and wild: "I will explain, Miss
Hydo, If you will give mo tho opportunity."
After leaving Suo at hor boarding placo,
Mr, Sponcor bogan his oxplanatlon, which
was so long that he followod Laura in to finish
It. After giving hor tho facts In tho caso,
ho said 1 "Now, 1 hope you will forgivomo
for any mortification I havo cau oil you."
Bald Laura; "I don't know how muoh I
have to forglvo until I think it ovor." "Not
much," said ho, "for strange as It may seom
I nover hoard your voico until this
afternoon j you havo said nothing
I havo hoard, although I
know I was under dtsousslou from
Mrs. Oroy's replies, I used to think it
strango, too, that she saomod to do nil the
talking. "O, that is easily explained," said
Lain a, "my voico woro out, and I was compelled
to quit talking, but not writing. I
am glad now you did not hoar mo, for soma
of my romarks were, us I think now, unkiud
and uncharitable, to say tho least." "I attributed
your sllonco to tha fact that you
supposod ino deaf, and, as I navor happonod
to bo with you and Mrs, Qroy very much,
novor Buspoctod that wo woro 11 pair of
mutes," suld Mr. Sponcor,
They havo Blnco gone Into pm tnershlp, but
not a sllont 0110.
A Iliirnlui; Kliuiiie,
Bunlctto In Brooklyn Englo.
''Times have changed," 6nld Old Ilyeou
mournfully, "Times lnvo changed."
"And as to wheroforef" nfcl;ed hit son.
"In fonnor tlmod," suld tho old limn,
nto tho ctcnui "
"Thoy cremate the num."
That e was- un n fill iauio. und Yoa',g" 1 1 ,
.011 walked out of the (uiiuUug'mmi uu li
nuj t(,l 1 ono of tliu rulotmou lia m 1
itrald tho old iu.ui wus in"(,
l-R. A. McWAYNE,
VUYHIOIAS AXJ SVM11MS'.
Omen anii UcsIdknck 34 AlaVeu ttrtel.
Offick Hours 9 to it a, m.; 6 to S p. m
r EO. L. BABCOCK,
Trachxi' of tha Vlano fortn,
Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co.,
No. ioj Kokt Sr. ...1 .....HoNOH'lti.
Uesidencf No, is, Emma street.
T M. WHITNEY, M, D., D. I). S.
Jimilal Jtonnm on l'orl Street,
Office in rirewcr's Mock, corner Hotel and fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 910-361
Attorney unit Counsellor at Luw,
And Afent to tako Aclinowletticmentt,
No. 14 Kaaiiumanu Street...... Honolulu
TNO. A. HASS1NGER,
Atcut to tako Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for lAtttor.
Intkrior Office Honolulu
01IN II. PATY,
Notary I'nbllo anil Commission of Deetts,
Tor the Slates of California and New York. Office
at the Dank of llishop & Co.
IIonoiulu, Oaiiu, H. I. 310-261
A t list.
Studio: Koom 6, SprecVelt Ulock.
Fort Street Honolu i.u.
Hours: 3 to 5 p. si. 6-31
(Successor to smith & THUkiroy)
Attorney at f.iuii,
No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu
P. GRAY, M. D.,
VlirSWIAN AND HUllOEON,
Office, next door to the Honolulu Library.
9 to to a. m.
Office Hours: a to 4 P. M.
7 to 8 p. M.
Sundays, 9 to ti a. m.
RESIDENCE, cor. Klnau and Pensacola Sts.
O B. DOLE,
Counsellor at Law unit Notary I'ublto,
No. if Kaaiiumanu Street.., Honolulu
XXT R. CASTLE,
Attorney at r.aiv ami Notary l'ublle.
No. 19, Merchant Strrut ...Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom.
A L. SMITH,
Importer und Dealer in Glasiwarc,
No. 83 Fort Street, , Honolulu
King's Combination Suectailes and Eveutasses.
Lustral Wire Ware, Soaus. Picture I rames.
Wustcuholin's Pocket Cutferv. II. I. Chase' Island
Iew, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Puper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
S. CLEGIIORN 81 Co.
Impoileri and Dealers In General Merchandise,
Comer Queen and rCiahununu Streets, Honolulu.
A W. PEIRCE & Co.
.Viv Chandlers and Commission Mor-
No. ts Queen St .....Honoluiii.
Agents for Drand's Guns and Ilomb Lances and Pen
ry Davis' Pain Killer, 310-361
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers In Lumber and all kinds of
Iny Materials, l'alnts, Oils, Nulls, etc.,
No. 44 Qecun Street Honolulu, II. I.
ApUNTS OP SCHOONERS
Haleakala, Kulanunu, Kelcauluolil, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl aud Leahl.
At Kobimon's 310-361
plSHOP & CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on
THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agents In '
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD & SONS,
'Ihe COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON,
the COMMERCIAL HANGING CO..
. CF SYDNEY, SYDNEY.
Hie HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND:
TilE BANKS OF niUTISH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, H.C' AND PORTLAND, OR.
Tiansait a Genoa! Banking Business,
C BREWER & (Umlttd.) COMPANY,
General Mercnntlleand CommtsslonUgeuts
Queen Street, Honolulu,
Officers P. C, Jones, Jr., president and manager!
Joseph O, Carter, treasurer and secretary, Directors:
linns. Charles K. Ulshopand H. A. P. Carter;tW. V.
Allen auditor. . 3,1,-394
s-y C. COLflMAN, '
Jllacksmttli, Machinist, Carrla'tfa Work
Horse Shoelnn, 1
IfONOLUlU , H. I
Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop in King Street
next to Cattle & Cooke s. ' j
B. WILLIAMS, 4(-
UiroRTiin anii Dealer in
J'iirnl(iiro of lCvery Description, Also
Upholsterer anil Manufacturer,
Furniture Warerooms No. m Pert Street. Workshop
at old stand on Hotel Street. M orders promptly
(FORMERLY WITH liOLLIS & CO.)
Wholesale ami Jleti It Uroeer,
11, Kino Street Unuik Harmon v Hail.
Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New coods bv every Maimer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed
Telephone No. 10.
-ASTLE & COOKE,
Uliljiitlny anil Commtsitc, it Merchants,
No. 80 fCiNd Street ..HoNOIULI
IMI0KTER9 AND DEALERS IN
Agents for j
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Ualdwin Plantation.
K. Halstead, or Walalua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J, M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
ine Konaia augar tympany.
The Union Insurance Company of San Frantcsco.
The New England Life Insurance Company of Hotoh
The lllake Manufacturing Company of Itoston
D. M. Weston'i Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
1 he Merchant' Line, Honolulu and San I'ranclsco
Dr. Jaynes & Son' Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines.
p P, ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
No, 46 Queen Street, Honolulu
E D. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
Nn. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oaiiu, H I
T7D C. ROWE,
Ifouse and Stan Painter,
. Patcr Hanger, etc..
Nn. 107 Kino Street ., Honolulu
p O, HALL & SON (Limited)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
JIardware und General Merchandise,
Corner of Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manager
L. C Abies. ......... . Secretary and Treasurer
W. F. Allen Auditor
Directors Thomas May, E. O. White 156-307
"P A. SCHAEFBR & Lo.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honoiuiu
FH. , OEDING.
JCxpress and Drayman,
Office. No. 81 King Street.
Residence. No. 47 Punchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, H, I.
Freight, Packages, and Ibggagc delivered lo and from
all parts of .Honolulu and vicinity, Careful attention
paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE.
Office Telephone, No. 86.
House Telephone. No. 00. 339-390
Hoot and Shoemaker.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 103 Fort Street...,,...,... Honoluiu
U W MACFARLANB, II. R, MACFARLANK.
Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Importors, Commission, Merchants
anil Sugar Fnotors.
fire-proof Building, , Queen street, Honolulu,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J, Fowler & Go's Steam Plow and Portable Trainwa)
MIrrless, Watson & Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Pnckets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun Fire Office of !,ondon. 343-394
TJ HACKFELD & Lo.
General Commission Agents,
Cor, Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu
TTOLLISTER & Co.
Wholesale ami Jletall Druggists and To
No. 59, Nuuanu Stlrbt....,, Honolulu
t3 OPP & CO.,
No 74, Kino Street, Honoiulu
Upholsterers, Jlrapers and Dealers in all
kinds of I'urnlture
Telephone No. 143,
H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam ISnglnes, Hollers, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, llrais and Lead Castings.
Honoiulu , , 11,1
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention paid 10 snips lIlacLsinltlilng,
Job work executed on the shortest notice, 310-361
TT E, MclNTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery uud J"eeil Store,
Cor. King and Fort Sts... ..,.' Honolulu
TNO. O. PQWLER a Co,,
Are prepared to furnish l'tans anil Estimates
With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUOAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways and Locomotives and cars, Trac
lion .n2ines ana joau locomotives, aieam
Plougliintf and Cuttlrating Machinery, Portable
Engines for all purposes, Winding
Engines lor inclines.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo,
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen
at the offices of the undersigned. W. I UKLEN and
G. W. MACKARLANK & CO., Anents for Jno. O.
Kowier It Co 313-364
TOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer ami Dealer in Usneral Merchandise-
No. 35-31 Queen Strtht..!.., .Honolulu
M. OAT, JRt, &CO.
Stationers and News Dealers.
Jtril llubhcr Stamp Agency
Gazstth Hlock No. 35 Merchant Street
355-306 Honoiulu. H. I.
Tftif Copper and Sheet Iron Worker,
Stoves and Jlanycs.
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock ana metals, house furnish
Ing goods, chandeliers, iamps, etc.
No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Strfet Honolulu
T AINB & Co.,
Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu I', I,
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lbwbrs & Dickson,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and all
kinds of llulldlny Materials.
No. 83 Tort Street Honolulu
Dealer In Dry-Goods, Ittcc, Tea, Silks and
.J'mirl Goods, Mats, Hoots and
Shoes. Jlran, J'eed and Floar,
Ctyars and Xobaeeo.
Also proprietor of Klce and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Walpio, Lna, and Heela.
Cor. Muuanu and Chaplain Sts Honolulu
T YONS & LEVEY,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandike promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise. ( I. Lyons,
333-383 ( L. J, I.EVKV.
PHILLIPS & Co.
Importers aud Wholesale Dealers In Cloth-
)(, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Men's
nlshlny floods, I'uney Goods, Etc.
No. 10 Kaaiiumanu Struet Honolulu
M W. McCHESNEY & SON,
Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission
Agents for the ltoj al Soap Company.
No. a Queen Street Honoiulu
TWr S. GRINBAUM & Lo.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers ttt General
Makes' Block Queen Street, Honoluiu
nT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
No. 914 California St. San Francisco.
Special facilities for and particular attention paid to
consignments of Island oroduce. 910-361
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers 11ml Dealers In Hardware, Cut
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 anu 76, Fokt Street Hunoiuiu
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
Wliolcsnlc and Jletall Grocers,
No. 95 Fort Street , ....Honolulu
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand nnd
received legularly from Europe and America which
will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Goods to anj part cf the city free of charge.
isianu oruers soiicueu anu prompt attention win Me
given 10 the same. 916-967
WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
THE vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Office Heaver Block, Fort St. Manager
'T"HEO. H. DAV1ES & Co.
(Late anion, Green & Co.)
Jm2orters and Commission Merchants.
No. 4 Kaaiiumant St , Honolulu
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British nnd Foieign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company.
T-HOS. G, THRUM,
Imioutinci and Manufacturing
Stationer, Vrxnter, Hook-
And nublisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer in Fine Stationer', Books, Music, To and
I ancy i,ooos.
Fort Street, Near Itomi ..Honoiulu
O WEil, 11. m, pow, C. VV, SIACFARLANE,
W1 EST, DOW & CO,,
Imfiorlers and Dealers In all kinds of
Music, I'aney und Jitiiauesn Goods.
Furniture of all kinds, Sewing Machines, Mirrors.
Paintings, Cliromos and Toys, Picture Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No, 103 Fort Street Honolulu
Dealer In Choicest lleef, Veal, Mutton, Itlc.
No. C Queen Street, Fish Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at thou notice.
Vegetable of all kinds supplied to order.
Telephone ', ,....,' No. 313.
T30ST0N BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. DREW&R & CV
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
RITISH FOREIGN! MARINE
auce Company, (Limited)
TltEO. It. DAWES, kGENT.
Ihe nbovo agent has received Instructions to reduce
the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll
cics at the lovviM rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 310-361
REMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCltAEFER & Ce., Aftnt.
AUo agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands. 310-361
FORTUNA of Berlin,
F. A. SClfAEFER & Ce., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Airencv here, and the undersigned. Gencrnl
Agents, are authoriied to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms. 210-361
LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
GERMAN Companv of Berlin
F. A. SCAEFER Ce., AGENTS.
'the above Insurance Company has established
Agency here, nnd theabovetigncd, GeneralAgents,
are authoriied to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable ifltes, and on the most
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG Company of Hamburg.
lluilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against ire on tne most tavoraoio terms.
F. A, SClfAEFER & Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company arc prepared to inure risks against nre on
Stone and Urick buildings nnd on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For patticuhrt
apply ai tneir oiuce,
EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
N ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS,
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
l'oltcles Issued on themost l'avorabte Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu' Agency, $49,000
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg;.
. 1IACKFELD & Ce., AGEXTS.
Capital nnd Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00'
" their Reinsurance Companies, " 35,000,00
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture,
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by 111 e, on the most favorable terms.
BOARD OP UNDER
C, BREWER & Ce..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
. HACKFEL.D & Co., Aunts.
Capital and Reserve. Reichsmark 6,000,000.
' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total Reichsmark 107,650,000
Ihe Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
(nanus, urc prcuurcu lu iiikure ituiiuiua, runmure,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Suar
and Rice Mills, and vetsels In the harbor agaimt loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable tcims.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
THE Globe Insurance Company,
BISHOPS? Co., AGENTS.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Assets $3i,'3, "
INCOME FOR 1379:
Premiums received after deduction of reinsurance
$ 5,381, 95
Losses promptly adjuttcd and paid here.
UNION of San Francisco,
CASTLE cV COOKE, AGENTS.
Incorporated 187s. 310-361
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
NEW Company of Boston, Mass.
Assets January lit,, ISSt, neatly $I7r
Polices Issued 011 the most favorable terms, and,
absolutely after Two
KXAMTLB OK I'LAN '.
Insured age 35 years 30 ,ears Endowment Plan for
sliiMtinl J'remlum $!342.tiO,
VTe. Pd-up Inc.
At the end of the sd Year. $ 189.85 $ 54s
3d " 461,70 840
4tll " 043-5 1,130
Sth " 831,85 M15
6tll " o9 00 1,095
7th " i,35.i; 1,970
Btli " 1,450.75 s,s35
91 ll " 1,676,05 50o
10th " 1,911.65 3,755
nth " ',15790 3,005
lath " ',41545 3i'5o
13U1 " 1,68500 3,48
14th " '.907.70 3,7io
?'!' '! 3,303 93 3,945
7th ! 3 93 S 4,3&
18th ' 4,148 50 4lWo
19th 4,(13.70 4,800
sotli M 5,000.00 5,000
. " The second and subseqeut premiums are likely to
be reduced by increasing annual distributions 0 surplus.
AST ADnlications can be had of : and full Information
will be given by the Agents,
956-367 CASTLE cV COOKE.
No. 53 Hotel Street, Om Empire Saioon.
Makes and repairs all kinds of
Several Ships Annnally from LitfrpJol.
Ily " Orlente" from Liverpool, Steamers from San
Francisco and other late arrivals,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
English and American Prints,
White Cottons, ttnbjenched Cottons,
Liner Dill! and Duck, Crown Canvas,
French Merino of different qualities,
Grey, Blue nnd Mixed Tlannel,
Waterproof Tweeds, Dress Materials,
Silki, Satins, Silk Ribbons,
Velvet, Hosier)-, Underclothing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lawns, While and Printed Moleskin,
Linen and Cotton Listodos, Towels.
Handkerchiefs, Mosquito Netting,
Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women's & Children's Hoots le Shoes,
(she and styles adapted to this market,)
Horse Illnnkcts, Bed Blankets,
(all sizes, weights, qualities and colors,)
Velvet and Tapcstvy,
Jtuos and Mats,
Centre Rugs, Navy nnd Merchant Canvas,
Filter Press Dags, (30x36), Sugar Hags,
Klco Bags, Coal Hogs, 3 & 3 Ply Twine, '
English, Hawaiian & American Flags
1i 5'iikI 7 yards,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, hide 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
1 to 7 inches),
White Lend, (various qualities),
Boiled Oil, Turpentine,
(34 gauge, 6, 7, 8 and 9 ft. lengths).
Galvanized Screws and Washers,
Yellow Shcathtnji Metal i Xaila
Anneiled Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
wire riant uuarusand Arches,
Steel Kails, with Fish Plates, Holts and Spikes,
A LARGE FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanic's Tools,
Robey & Co'h Portable Engines,
(4 H-P and 6 11.1')
One Splendid Piano, by Hrinsmead & Sons,)
Tested Chair, Gosage's Soap,
(a qualities, In bxs 34 and 60 bars),
Best tt elsh Steam Coal, Coke,
Flooring Tilel, Fire Clay,
Portland Cement, (White tc Johnsop's)
hire Uricks, both square and arch,
Lump Rock Salt,
(3 to 13 inch widths.)
,A Large and Fresh Assortment of
Califomian and English Groceries.
M' RS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Tort Stroot, Honolulu,
IMPORTER AND URALRR IN
Var's, Attachments, Oil and Accessories.
AGENl rOR TUB
W1111 k and the Light.Runnino New Home Machine,
Hovvaid'i Machine Needles, all kinds
uotiKcll s siik, in uu colors ono sizes :
Clark's O. N. T. Machine Cotton.
Mine. Demorest's Reliable Cut Paper Patterns
Dealer In Rifles
Guns ai d Sporting Goods,
Siut, Powder, Caps,
and Metallic Cartridges
ICKUaSVXtt STOl'JUS, In all sites.
Lock and promptly
Attended to. 953-363
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Salmon Bailies, 1884 Cutoli.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
CASTLE & CO OKU,
Tuese FIsli cau be relied upon as First-Class
TV T ETROPOLITAN MARKET.
C. J. WALLER, Proprietor
Choloost Moats from Fluost Horda,
Families and shipping supplied on short notice and at
. Lowest Market Prices.
All meats uelivercu trom this maiket are thoroughly
chilled immediately after killing by meads nf A Hell.
Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Meat so
treated retains ull its juicy properties, and is guaranteed
to keep longer after delivery than fieslily.killi.il meat,
84 Post St. S. F.
Send for Circular.
The Fuli nusiNcss CouRsb includes Sirgle and
Double Entry Book-Veep he, as applied to all depart
m nts of business: Commercial Arithmetic! IIiikhici,
Penmanship; Mercantile Law) Business Correspondence;
on Law; Business Forms, ml Ihe
Science of Accounts! Actual Business Practice In
Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Commission,
lobbing, Importing, Railroading, Express Business,
Brokerage, and Bankln;; English Branches, ll eluding1
Heading, Spelling, Grammar, etc.; Urauirg; and
Modern languages, consUiIng of practical liutruction
in lench, Ucinian, nnd Spanish,
Branches nre: Ornamental Feniranship,
lllnliei Mnlhcimllcs, Survev Ing, Navigation, Civil Engineering,
Asm) ing, Short-Hand, Tel
For full information address, ,
L I'. HKALD J CO.
330-381 San rpANcisc,, Cau