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VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1885. NO. 45
STARVING MONGOLS. Jrofcsftioiml QTarus. JJucmcjsjs (Hm'iijs. glttGMCSXt (KJifk. gucinccxs dTitflufj. glueing. Shipping. I
WHAT THE SECRETARY OF THE 8IX
COMPANIE8 HAS TO 8AY.
Why the Ctttnnmnn Goes to Sunday
School China a Fearfully
den Country Clustering Servants
and Tliolr Funny Storlos.
Speaking of povorty, I understand ' that
it is being felt by the Chinese population,
that first groat causa of Iti appearance
mnong tho whites. I was talking with the
secretary of the Six Companies, and lie
told mo that business was almost at a
standstill among Chlnoso morchauts, on
acconnt of their Inability to find a market
for their goods. IIo tells mo that owing to
the faot that there Is no railroad work going
on, and nothing doing on tho lovoos that a
groat numbor of China to are out of employ-meat,
and many of tliom actually starving.
This of course affocts tho business of the
morohants very materially, and be predict)
that unhss some mora railroad or other
enterprise nro startod, there will be groat
dlstross among the ooolloi, and some serlom
failures among tho business man In Chinatown.
I asked how ho accounted for tho con
tlnuod Influx of Chlnoso Iqto tho country,
wbon there is no work for them to do, ami
he answered me that tboro were as many
fools among bis people as among mine, and
distant hills seemed just as groen to them.
That tho people in China hoard of the high
wages paid here to Chinamen, anl thoy wore
wild to get hero, but bo could not see what
they worn going to do, as tho country was
now full of unemployed Mongol). My informant
spsaki English pjrfcctly and fluently,
and gavo mo much information about
Flo Bald that tho idea of Christianizing
them was an absurdity, as they had now a
good deal mora religion than was good for
them, and that they are ovon more bigoted
than the Christian', which ho remarked
was ontirely uuneco sary. Ho said it was
truo they attended Sunday schools to
somo extent but it was only to learn to
spoat Enzllsh and get an insight into
Christian modes of life. "You iseo," said be,
"a Chinaman who understands English, and
Is conversant with European mode) of lifo
can got moro wages than an Ignorant ooollo,
and why should he not be willing to bo
tau'ht, whon it does not coit anything, except
u pniall libation to his particular God
to placate his wrath at bis servant for having
associated with tho 'foreign devil),'
and taken part In tholr absurd religion.
Tnat wot the way he put It
He also remarked that It would be a
goiisend to China if tho Christian
mrlei coul I co lvjrt his people to tholr
ballot. "Not," said be, "because I think it is
any hotter thin tbo religion of Buddha, or
any other religion, for no one has been to
tie other side, and therefore no ono knows
who 1 right, but It tho Chlaeio woro Chris
tians It would be the msatis of opening up a
groat flold of labor in China."
"You soi tboro are gool coal fields tboro,
as also many valuable mineral, but the
superstition of tho people prevents them
from being worked. Tho mountains In
China ara covorod with grave), and should
the dead b dl.turboi. there would bo an
In.urrootlon, as tho paoplo bslievo that such
an action would roiult In tbo damnation of
tho soulc of tbvlr dSpartod. Therefore, no
matter bow willing the government might
be to allow these mines to bo worked, thoy
daro not for foar of a rebellion. I tell you,"
raid be, "China is a foarfully
oountry. Tho priosts are a lazy, selfish,
good-for-nothing Bet, and the mon do not
take much stock in thorn, but they have an
awful strong bold on the minis of the
women, and tho wives thoro bavo just ni
much influence as they bavo hero. Tho
mon don't caro to bavo any trouble, so they
let them bavo their own way."
I asked blm if ho thought the women in
this country had as much influence as bo
sold thoy had, aud be answered, "Ob, yes,
they don't voto, you know, but than the
men hava to voto as the woman toll them.
It Is just the same thing." I asked blm
whero be got bis Information about Amor-loan
women, and he said from tho Chinese
bouto servants. Thoy told him bow tho
wives and daughters boised the men.
I said I bad always thought that China
men wore very about what
went on In bouses where thoy worked, but
bo said that was not so; that while thoy
did not speak to Europeans about what
went on, they bad lots to say among
tbomsolves. "And," said bo, "they'll toll
soras funny stories. I tell you It their em
ployers beard somo of tho stories they toll,
tholr hair would stand on and. I know lots
about Bin Francisoo life from boaring the
house servants talk In Chinatown. Tuo
Americans look upon the Chinaman as a
stupid pig, but bo soos and understands a
good deal moro than they think. He sees a
good deal moro than an American In
would for ha is looked upon as n stupid
aulmal, but there Is vory little that goat
on that ho dooi not observe, und rotail
among bis f rlon Is, and they bavo lots of
fun among themselves retailing tholr
Couldn't Work for a
other day an advertisement appeared
in a city paper tor a girl to do bousowork
in a small faintly, A girl appllea for tho
situation, and after being Informed as to tho
number of persons in tho family, the work
sbe would be expected to do, eta, expreisod
benelt as satisfied with the situation and
willing to go to work. "Perhaps," said the
lady of the house, "you may not be satisfied
with my husband," "Why, what li the
matter with blmj" "Ho is a Chinaman,"
was tho reply. The girl did not stop to
think twice over the matter, but left at
once. She could not work for a Chinaman,
even it ho bad a white wife, and the place
was an easy one. She would have been disgraced
with her associates. Tbli eeemi
bard on the sorvant girl, when lawyors and
doctors work for Chinaman, and wbon any
kind of business people are ready to serve
Chinamen in their llus with the same alacrity
they do wblto people.
(striking Boqne In Florida,
Something akin to a mlrago may otten bo
seen at Lake Griffin, FJa. If ono lojks
north across the lako, from the soutb, as a
rainstorm Is approaching ft om either north
or south, ho will seo tho timber and other
objects at tho north and btand out in bold
relief as If thoy were in tho middle of tho
lake, and half tho distance thoy really ara
away. The change is striking and
A SHFORD & ASHPORD.
Attorneys, Counsellor, Solicitors, Advocates,
l'roetors, Conveyancers, Etc.
Office "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office.
D R. A. McWAYNE,
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
Office anu Residence 34 Alike! street.
Office Hours g to n a. m.; 6 to 8 r. m. s
- EO. L. BABCOCK,
Teacher of tho Piano forte,
Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co ,
No. loj Fort St , Honolulu.
Residence No. n Emma street.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D.'S.
Dental llooms on Fort Street,
Honolulu , ...II. d
Office In flrewer's Block, corner Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. ,'
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
And Agent to tahe Acknowledgements,
No. 14 Kaaiiumanu Street.. Honolulu
TNO. A. HASS1NGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contracts
Intfrior Office. .., ....Honolulu
JOHN H. PATY,
Aotary Public and Commission of Deeds,
For the, State) of California and New York. Office
at the bank of Ulshop & Co.
' Honolulu. Oahu. H. I. a 10-361
Studio : Room 6, SpreckelsJBlock.
Fort Street Honolulu.
Hours : 3 to 5 f. m. 6-3
J A. THURSTON.
(Successor to SMITH & THURSTON)
Attorney at Zatv,
No. 38 Merchant Street . Honolulu
Attorney at Law and Solicitor In Chancery.
Office Campbell's lllock, Secmd Story, Rooms 8
and 9. Entrance on Merchant strcei, Honolulu, H. I,
-' ,- -
P. P. GRAY, M. D.,
physician and surgeon,
Office, next door to the Honolulu Library.
9 tO IO A. M.
Office Hours: a to 4 f. m.
7 to 8 p. M,
Sundays, 9 to n A. It.
RESIDENCE, cor. Kinau and Pcnsacola Sts.
O B. DOLE,
Counsellor at Law and Notary Public,
No. 14 Kaaiiumanu Street -. Honolulu
Attorney at T.aw and Notary Publte.
No. 19, Merchant Street ...Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361
Importer and Dealer In Glassware,
No. 83 Fort Strklt , ..IIonolulu
Kiuir's Combination Spectacles and Eveclasses.
Lustra! Wire- Ware, Fancv Soans. Picture I rimes.
Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery. II. I. Chase's Island
views, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine 'Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole ngent of the universally acknowledged
S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise.
Corner Queen and Kaaiiumanu Streets, Honolulu.
W, PEIRCE & Co.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Mer-
No. 15 Queen St t... ........ .Honolulu.
Agents lor Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Perry
Davis' Pain Killer. 310-361
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of
lug Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, etc.,
No. 44 Qekbn Street, ...Honoiulu, H. I.
AGENTS OF SCH00NEFS
Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluolil, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl,
At Roblnion's Wharf. 310-361
rjISIIOP & CO,, Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agents In
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD li SONS,
The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.,
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.,
OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY.
The BANKS OF NEW ZEALAND!
THE BANKS.OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
VICTORIA, B.C AND PORTLAND, OR
TrtHtait a General Banking Bmintst,
C BREWER & (Llmlttd.) COMPANY,
aeneralMercantlloand Commission Agents
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Officers P. C. Jones, Jr., president and manajer ',
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
Hons. Charles It. Bishop and II. A. P. Carter; W. F.
Allen auditor. au-a)4
Imforter and Dealer in '
Furniture of livery Description. Also
tivoV vt '"
Farnlture Warerooms Ho. in Fort Street. Workshop
at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. , 1J
(formerly with uolles & CO.)
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
in, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New goods hv v,rv steamer. Orders from
the other Isltnd faithfully executed.
icicpnone ro. up,
Shipping am' Commission Merchants,
No. Bo Kino Street , Honolull
IMFORTERS AND DEALERS IN
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation.
R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franlcsco.
The New England Life Insurance Company of Boston
The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Prcket Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San
ur. jaynes a aon i.eieorateu Medicines.
Wilcox 4 Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company,
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewhj Machines.
E P, ADAMS & CO.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants.
No, 4 Quern Street , Honolulu
E D. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importers and Commission Merchants.
No. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oahu. H I
X?D C, ROWE
House and Sign Painter,
Paper Hanger, etcj
No. to; Kino Street. Honolulu
J O. HALL & SON (Limited)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and General Merchandise,
Corner of Kino and Tort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manager
;: O; Abies , Secretary and Treasurer
W.F.Allen , Auditor
Directors Thoir as Mav, E. O. White.
J A. SCHAEFER 6t Co.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
No. o Merchant Street,.., Honolulu
r? h. oeding,
Express and Dtayman.
Office. No. 81 King- Street.
Residence. No. 47 Punchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H, I,
Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful attention
paid to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS EXPRESSLY JOK THE PURPOSE.
Office Telephone. No. 86.
House Telephone. No. qg. 339-390
Root and Shoemaker.
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No. 103 Fort Street. Honolulu
O. W. MACFARLANE, II. R. MACFARLANE,
Q. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Importers, Commission Morolmnts
and Sugar Factors.
Building. , . , Queen street, Honolulu,
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii.
J, Fowler & Go's Steam Dow and Portable Tramwaj
Mlrrless, Watson & Co's Sugar Mnchlnrry, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolutu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun Fire Office of London 343-304
TT llACKFELD & Lo.
Oenrrdf Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Strrrt Honolulu
TTUSTACE & ROBERTSON
AH orders for cartage promptly attended to Parti,
cular attention paid to the Storing and SliirriNO of
goods In tianslt to the other Islands. Also, Black
Sand and White Sand In quantities to suit at lowest
Office Corner Kaahununu and Queen streets.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 33.
M mix! TelepHsi) No. 19
TT0PP & CO.,
No 74. Kino Street (..Honolulu
Upholsterers, Drapers and Dealers In all
kinds of Furnttiiro
Telephone No. 143.
H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Engines, Hollers, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, Rrass and Lead Castings,
Honolulu,.,,,,.,,,,, , ,,..,, 11, 1
Machinery of every description mide to order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng.
Job work executed on the shortest notice.
TTOLLISTER & Co.
f. a ' i4
Wholesale and ltelall Druggists and To-
No. 59, Nuuanu Stieet... 1. ;., ...Honolulu
H Jt$. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Grocery and Feed Store.
Cor. Kino anu Fort Sts,.... Honolulu
. JOHN T, WATERHOUSB, t
Itnporter and Dealer r iGenerat, Mer
No. 35-31 Queen Street! .Honolulu
J M. OAT, JR., &CO,
Stationers and yews Dealers.
licit llubber Stamp Maency
Gamete Block.., No. as Merchant Street
-35-306 Honolulu. H. I.
Xtn, Copper and Sheet Iron liortter,
Stoves and Itauaes,
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, honse furnish
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, et
No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Street ....Honolulu of
J AINE & Co.,
Imponersnd dealers In Hay, Grain (and General
Honolulu .....J H, 1
J EWERS & COOKE,
(SUCCESSORS TO LBHERS Di:K30N,)
Importers aud Dealers' in Luniicr and all
kinds of llulldlrig Materials.
No. ti Fort Street, .1.. Honolulu
L AHLa . (
Veater in Dry-Goods, lllce, Tea Silks and
.Fancy Goods, Jlats, Roots and
Shoes. II van, Feed and Flour,
Cigars and Tobacco.
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Walpio, Eva, and Hseia.
Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts....... Honolulu
J YONS & COHEN,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Sates of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. ISole agents for
American and European merchandise. ( J. Lyons,
332-883 1 (L. I Cohen
TUT PHILLIPS & Co.
Importers and IVJiolesale Dealers in Clothing,
Roots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing
Goods, Fancy Goods, Fie.
No. to Kaaiiumanu Street ., Honolulu
W. McCHESNEY & SON
- Dealers in
Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 42 Queen Strurt,. Honolulu
M S. GR1NBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Merchandise and
Queen Street. ,.., ..iIIonolulu. H. I
No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cat.
M. A. consalves. E. HUTCHINSON,
MA GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and H'J Merchants,
Beaver Block, Queen Street, Honolulu
Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
Importers and Dealers iu Hardware, Cutlery,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise.
Vo. 74 and 76, Fort Street..-., 1. Honolulu
WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security. Apply to W. L. GREEN,
Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager
T-HEO. H. DAVIES tz Co,
(Late Tanion, Green & Co.)
Importers and Commtsston Merchants.
No. 4 Kaauumant St.... ,. ...Honolulu
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Morthern Assurance Companv
IstroKiiNG anu Manufacturing"
S'ratfonor, Rook.stller, Printer, Rook-
And pub!ihcr of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer In Fine Stationery, Books, luslc, Toys and
foitT Street. Near Hotel,,, ,, .Honolulu
Dealer In Choicest Reef , Veal, Mutton, Etc.
No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market,
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order,
Telephone No ra,
Has an oflfce with Messrs. Bishop & Co., corner of
Merchant ana ivaahumanu streets, and he will oe
pleased to attend to any business entrusted to him.
CLAUS SFRECKELS. I WM. G IRWIN,
-M. G. IRWIN & CO.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents.
Honolulu , .'..,,.... H. I
O WS1T, It. M. DOW, C. w, MACFARLANE
W1 EST, DOW & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In all hinds of
.nunc, ninoy una .iinanese uooas.
Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors,
Paimings, Chromos and Toys, Picture Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No. oj Fort Street..,,.. ,......,.. Honolulu
TDOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREWJM cV Co.,
Aeents for the Hawaiian Islands.
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
once Company, (Limited)
THEO. U. DAVIES, ACENT.
The above agent has received Instructions to reduce
the rates of Insurance between, Honolulu and
Ports in the PciAc,"and Is nowpreptttd to Usofpoli
des at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 210-361
DRBMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
F. A. SCUABFER Co., Afnti.
Also aeents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE
F. A. SCIIAEFER cV Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, are authorized to take risks against the dangers
the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms. 310-361
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Comoanv of Berlin
F. A. SCItAEFERjp Cs., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a General
Agency here, and the above vlgned, General Agents,
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable lates, and on the most
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR.
ance Company of Hamburg.
A. JAEGER, AGENT.
Building. Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
iiiauicu aguimi s uc vii me mon lavoraoie terms
TT AMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCfAEFER 6 Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to irsure risks against fire on
Stone and Brick buildings and on Merchandise stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their ou.ee.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Policies Issued on the most Favorable Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $44,000
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-.
. IfACKFELD Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserv Reichsnurk 8,830,00
their He-Insurance Companies, " 33,000,00
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sug.
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damaga by fiie, on the most favorable terms.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
Assets January 1st., 1884, nearly $17,-000,000.
Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely after Two
EXAMrLB OF NON-FORFEITURE TLAN i
Insured ago 35 20 years Endowment Plan for
Annual Premium $94.B0.
. . , VTe. Pd-up Inf,
the end of the ad Vear. $ 389.85 $ 545
Jh " f,o9 00 1,693
7'5 , M35.IJ 1.970
. ,' ,13J
9'h 1.676.03 1,500
'h ', .9" 5 3.7S5
"th s,tii7 90 3,003
'h .4S 45 3.5o
3th 3,685 00 j,4B.
14th i.97.7 3.7"
ijth 3,163 90 3,915
7'h 3 903 15 4,380
th 448 50 4.590
ft 4.013-70 4,8oo
Mth 3,000.00 g,M
The second and subseqent premiums ara likely to
be reduced by iKnoti. annual distntutiant of surplus.
I3T Applications can be had of; and full Information
will be given by the Agents,
336-367 CASTLE cV COOKE.
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C, BREWER if Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
H, HACKFELD d- Co., Agenti.
Capital and Reserve , Reiehsmark 6.000,000.
' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total. , . , , , . Reiehsmark 107,630,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss
or damage oy nre, on me most lavoraDie teims.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
THE Globe Insurance Company.
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS,
rnfliiiKcd Liability to Stockholders.
Assets..,,,..,..., , $37e.9!3
Reserve.,,., .,,..... 7,500,000
1 INCOME FOR 18841
Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance
Losses promptly adjurted and paid here,
01 san I'rancisco,
CASTL.B A- COOKE, AGENTS,
Inewperatcd 1I7J. itvsls
New Route to the Volcano!
ROUTE AND TIME TABLS
tUE KIN A V
K1N0. , .Commander
Leaves at 4 o'clock r. M. ', Touching at Lahalna,
Maalaea, Makena, Mahukona, Kawatliae,
Htlo and Keauhou. Commencing on Monday,
October 13, and thence on the first Monday following
the arrival of the Alameda and Mariposa, due here on
the Eth and sind of each month.
The steamer KINAU will mat c the Volcano Trip,
reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving
Tourists two days and two nights at the Volcano
House. When the eighth and sand of the month fall
on Monday, the KINAU will leave that day.
Tickets for the round trip $50.00, which pays all
The KINAU will arrive In Honolulu Sunday mornings
on Volcano Trips. On Hllo Trips, will leave
Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning,
LORENZEN , COMMAMDER
Leaves Mondays at 3 r. u. for 'Kaunakakal,
Huelo, liana and Kipahulu; and for Keanae,
and Nuu ever)' other week. Returning will Ho)
at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings.
"For malls and passengers only-
THE JUL A VEA UOV.
W11S8ARTH f. Commanded
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele, Ookala,
Kukalau, Honohlna, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and Ono-rata.
Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kllauea I
Leaves each Monday at t. M. for Kaunakakal,
l'ukoo, Lahalna, Moanul, Halawa, Wailau,
and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves l'ukoo Trlda)
Paauhor Honolulu, arriving Saturday morning.
3. G. WlLDEBTTres. 3. U. UOaE, oec'y.
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
Stmr. IF. O. Hall (Malulani)
Bates , Commander
Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maul, and Kbna and
Steamer Planter (Lllinoe)
Cameron... .,.., Commander
Leaves every Tuesday at 5 F. M. for Nawiliwili,
Koloa. Eleele and Valmea. Returning, will leave
Nawiliwili every Saturday at 4 F. M., arriving at Hono.
ulu, every bunuay at 3 A. si,
Freeman , ,.Commander
Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maul, and
Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii.
Steamer C. li. Bishop,
I.eaes every Saturday at 8 a. m. for Waianae
Oahu, and Hanaleiand Kilauea, Kauai Returning
ea.v.18, :analel everY Tuesday at 4 r. M., and touching
at Waialua and Waianae Wednesdays, and arriving at
Honolulu same day at 4 r. u. ,
Steamer James Makee,
Weir , Commander
Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauat.
New Route to the Volcano.
Through Tickets to the Volcano and return, can now
be had at the office of the Steam
Hon Lo. Tourists and others leaving Honolutu per
Steamer "W. G. Hall" will be landed at Punaluu,
where a firit.class Hotel Is now opened for the accommodation
of travelers J thence by Railroad to Pahala,
thence by Stage Coach to Half-way House, where
Horses and Guides will be in attendance to convey
them to the Volcano.
By this route, tbe round trip can be made In 7 days,
giving 1 day and 3 nights at the Volcano.
Tickets for the round trip, includes Conveyances,
Guides, Bovd and Lodging, $60.00.
For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter-Island
Steam Nayiiil C,l Honolulu,
J, ENA, T. R. FOSTER,
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE NSW AND ELEGANT STEAMSHIFS
Mariposa & Alameda,
Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the
FIRST AND FIFTEENTH OF EACH MONTH.
Passengers may have thetr names booked In advance
by applying at the Office of the Agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby notified that
they will be allowed 350 pounds of baggage Free by
the Overland Railway when traveling Eastr
Excursion Tickets for round trip, $ias.
Good 10 return by any of the Company's Steamers
within ninety days.
Merchandise Intended for shipment by this line
will be received free of charge, in the Company's
New Warehouse, and receipts Issued for same. Insurance
on merchandise In warehouse will be at owners' risk.
WILMAU C. IBWIS k CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
C RltEWER Jt COMPANY Agents,
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cash
advances usee ea shipments by this Use.
Volcano of Kilauea,
Via Punaluu, Hawaii.
THE XErt AUD STAUKCn
Stmr. ir. G. JIall (Mainland)
Mii'jTf' !t0,NPLU,LU. HAWAII
Maalaea, Maul, Kailua, Kona and Kau, HawaiiL o"
the .Monday's following the arrival of the
Mariposa and Alameda Trom San Fr.nclsco, die h?
IheSthandaand of each month. When these dates
occuron Monday, the W. G. Hall will lve the sin,"
The i"e3n,er, llonf ,ne "lre
r."?. ccsst of the
leeward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists panorsil
of rharmlng Scenery, and will .fop at Kealaku. Bar
otcrX,&n,C,omaK,.'ll'OW,d,OVi'i, " "uin"
FM"irni!ylhi'roU"1 '"'hl'l'NALUtat j o'clock
ahead c an, slksr hnsef
making the entire passage In smooth v. ater.
At .Punaluu thre Is the finest Hotel on Hawaii
By this route, the entire trip I, made lnfwW
dtvaMK'vtenS70Ur"U 'r nih," dXChoto
THIS IS THE ONLY CARRIAGE ROVTM
penses?" '" 'h' '0Und 'r'P $S0' whlch W
fs AlSP '?.,.'ArRR AKM1TAGE. Apent for the
iviii ' N - N?W Ri"e to the Volcano." at I. I.
Williams, Photographer, No. ,03 Fort .trie?, ilonotuli
Or at Office or the 1. 1. S. N. Co., on the Esolanade.
PACIFIC NAVIGATION (limited) CO.
CotMrsni; and Commission Agents.
Come, QlEEN & NUUANU Stmt,, Hcnstuh.'
Regular vessels for the ports of
Laupahoehoe, Honomu. Paukaa and llile o
Koloa HanapepeandWalmeaon Kauai, and
Waialua on Oahu,
And anyother ports when inducementsofler.
Persons having freight for any part of the islands
be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu
will do well to en-quire
first of the Pacific Navigation
Co., before making
Goods Intended for shipment by any of our vessel.
I,nni"d "" "trtd fr" of cl"r"e ' nre.proof
" y "" PPiy to the caotalns on l.rrf.
or to A. T. COOKE,
iiVf Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line.
MESSRS. C. n. CROSSHAN i BEO.
Will dispatch about December 1, 1885, a First Clan
Vessel from New York for this P01 1 direct. 1
Merchants and Others
Wishing to Ship by this Favorite Line will please for.
ward their Ordrrs as early as possible.
Very Truly, Etc.,
CASTLE & COOKE.
38-im Honolulu Aarnto.
J. PAIKO, Master.
Malae, Kaneohe, Ueela Kahaluu, IVaia,
hole, Walkane, and other Ports on the
Coast of Koolau, Oahu.
-HARLES BREWER & Lo
37 Kilbv Street, Boston,
AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS,
General Commission Agents.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods
the Hawaiian trade, Freirht at lowest rates.
C. J, WALLER, - Proprietor
Choioost Moats 'from Fluent Honk,
Families andshtpplng supplied on short notice and st
Lowest Market Prices.
All meats delivered from this market arc thoroughly
chilled immediately after killing by means of a Bell.
Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator, Meat so
treated retains nlllis Juicy properties, and Is guaranteed
to keep longer after delivery than freshly killed meat,