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( To be Continued. )
P. GRAY, M. D.,
PllVSICIAX AXD SVHGKOX,
Office, next door to iho Honolulu Library.
3 to IO A. M.
Office Hours: a to 4 r. m.
1 to s p. M.
Sundays, 9 to 11 A. M.
RESIDENCE, Alakca St., Opposite Y. M. C. A.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
' Dental llooma 011 Port Sired,
IONOLULU ( 11. 1.
Office in Brewer's llloclc, corner Hotel and Port
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 310-361
TDWARD F. HOPKE,
a o ir x s 11 1. o it at n a ir.
Opricc! Room No. 9 (over the Haul.), Sprccltels'
CLARENCE WILDER VOLNEV VA1LLANC0URT
AStlFORD. 1 ASHFORD.
A SHFORD & ASHFORD.
Attorney, (!onncllor, Solicitor,
l'roetors, Conveyancer, Etc.
Office "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office.
ATTOItXJCr AT HAW.
41 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
OHN H PATY,
Xotary Public and Commission of Deeds,
For the States of California and New York. Otfice
at the Hank of Bishop & Co.
Honoiulu, Oaiiu, II. I. 310-361
T A. THURSTON.
(Successor to smith &. Thurston)
Attorney at Law,
No. 38 Merchant Street....'. Honoiulu
Zattfer and Xntavtf lnblt,
Will be at his office, at 15 Kaahumanu street, from
to 10 o'clock a, m, during the Legislative session.
UT R. CASTLE
Attorney at Law and Notary VnhHc,
No. 19, Mlkchant Stkfkt Honolulu
Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 210-261
Hasan office with Messrs Rtshop k Co., corner of
Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be
pleased to attend to any business entrusted to hinv
T AINE & Co.,,
Importers and dealers in Ha)v Grain nnd General
Honolulu 1'. I.
Importer and Dealer In Glassn-are,
jieriaen II are,
lSrackets, Vases, ,
Ho. 83 Fort Street .Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames,,
Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, H. I Chase'-. Island
iews, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine 'Oil,t all
Kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
bole agent ot tne universally acknowledged Light
rtunning Domestic Sewing Machine.
Ileal Estate Jtroker andZEmployment
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
iteal Estate in all parts of the Kidgdoni.
found for those seeking work in all the various
'ranches of business connected with these Islands.
3T N. Ik Legal Documents drawn, Dills cgllrcled,
Mooks and Accounts keptj and generaloflice work
transacted. Patronage solicited, Commissions mod-
Honolulu, H 1.
niSHOP & CO., Bankers
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on
THE I1ANK OF CALIFORNIA,
And their agents in
,Iesrs. N M, ROTHSCHILD 4 SONS,
fhe COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.
OF SVqNCy, LONDON.
1'heCOMMEUCIA HANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N, S, W.
I'he COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE,
I'he HANK OF NEW ZEALAND ,
And its branches in
I'HE HANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,
it I he AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS.
I he CHARTERED HANK OF LONDON
Yiansjit a Gemral fldniii't Jiiftintsi,
E. WILLIAMS, ', r
IMI'ORTKK, ANll Dkalkr 1 I
Vnrnttnve of JSver Jracrtiil on. Alio
Vlholt,terer mid JIunuflic nrer.
l'urniture Warerooms No. tu Kort rfreet. Workshop
nt old stand on Hotel Stieet. All tiders promptly
C BREWER & (r.tmllcJ.I COMPANY,'
Jc7ic'al Mercanttten'nd Cotntntxtlon Aifrnlx
Quekn Striibt, Honolulu.
Officers P. C. Jones, jr., president and 'manager J
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and necretary. Directors :
lions. Charles R. Dishopand If. A. !. Carter; W. V.
alien auditor. 3-334
D, HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
ltnxorter and Commission Mrrchants.
No. 48 Queen. Street Honolulu Oaiiu, H I
A. SCHAEFER & Lo.
Importer and Commission Merchants,
Nn. 30 Merchant Street, I Honolulu
Hoot and bhocmuher
Boots and Shoes made to j Order. ,
No. 103 Foi.t Street. , Honolulu
OHN T. WATERHOUSE
Importer and Dealer in General
No. 25-31 Qukkn Strp.ei Honolulu
M. OAT, JR. & CO.
Stationers and Xetvs Dealer.
Jted Itublier Stamp Ayency
Gazette Block No. 35 Merchant Street
-106 Honolulu II. I.
H HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Auents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Strfrts Honolui
TT E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER!
Grocery and Feed Store.
Cor. King and FortSts Honoiulu
"'ttollister's CoT" 1 '-Tf"
Wholesale and Jtetall Druyylsts
No. 59, Nuuanu Stleet ...Honoiulu
H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Engines, Bullets, Sugar Mills,
Caolcrt, Iron, Urass and Lend Castings,
Honolulu , II, I
tlachir.erv of everv description made to order
articular attention paid to Slip's Hhcksmithi ng.
00 woric evecuted on tne soortestuotiie. 311
P O. HALL & SON (Limited)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and General Merchandise,
Corner op King and Fort Streets, Honolulu
William W. Hall.... President and Manager
L. C. Abies Secretary and Tnasurer
W. T, Allen .....ftuditoi
Directors Thomas Mav, E O. White 16-307
H. DAVIES & Co.
Kaahumanu Street , ...Honoiulu
General and Commission Merchant.
llritishand Foreign Marine Insurance Company,
Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life),
' Pioneer" Line of Packets. Llvernool to Honolulu.
Liverpool Office" ""....Nos 13 and 13'lhe A!bny
tJUSTACE & ROBERTSON,
All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Parti'
cular attention paid to the Storing and SmrriNG of
goods in transit to the other Islands. Also, 13laoc
Sand anu White Sand in quantities to suit at low.st
OnMCF No. 46 Queen street, adjoining auction
rooms of E. P. Adams U Co.
Muttnl Telephone No. 19
U W MSCKAIiLANE, ll. R, MACKARLANH.I
Qw. MACFARLANE & CO.
Iniportors, Commission Movoiuiiits
ami Sugnr Factor.
Building Queen street, llonutulu.
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co's Steam Plow and Portable Tnnnw.o
Mirrlcss, Watson & Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun File Office of London 343-394
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping HJ C'otitiiifiufloii Merchant,
NO. 80 KIN.U STREET ,,, HuNOLVLl
IMPORTERS AND DUAIUhS IN
The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation
The Alexander Se Baldwin Plantation.
R. HaNtead, or Waialua Plantation.
A, II, Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
'1 he Kohala, Sugar Company.
I'he Union Lcunpariy cd San PwilVSW.
The New England, Lifu Insurance Cunnuuy of Boston
'I he lllake Manufaciurin.: (fcutrAiiynf llosion
D. M. Weston' Patau (Jtintrifugal Machines.
The Ney Yoikand Honolulu Pcktt Line.
'I he Merchant's Line, Honolulu nd San Francisco,
Dr. Jaynes & Son's Lclehrated cdicine.
Wilcox K (jibli'i Singer Manufacturim; Company,
Vhe & Wjkou'i Sewins M,ach'tne. 0-161,
VOL: II. NO 63. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, t8860N() tyy WHOLE NO. 216.
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CIIAl'TER IV. Continued,
"Vhnt o fool T toaSo dTinysolf ," Who laughs,
shrugging hor shouldars; "and what a mercy
It was that Mrs. Owens did not usher htm
"Should you hnvo cured very much!"
"My dear, I should havctcartxl awfully."
"But you didn't mind Jack muclC"
"Jack!" she echoes, with ontlro unconcern.
"Jack is only a boy I"
"But you got very red when ho first camo
In," I say mischievously.
"It was not because I cared for my own
"Why was it, then!"
She does not answer. Bhe has plucked two
long blades of grass, and is making a cross
of them on the open page of the book on her
"Would Lord Lorraine havo scolded you!"
I ask curiously.
"He is very particular ho would soo no
fun in a thing of the kind.
"Ho is a starched old"
"Susan, I won't have you soy thoso things.
Lord Lorraine is my friend."
"But you are afraid of him."
"Whon one likes a porson, one docs not
like to bo in his black books."
"But how can-you llko him! That's what
"Howl" she echoes softly, still playing with
the little sharp green blades of grots. '
Sho does not say any more, but over all her
face there comes a sudden soft illumination, n '
reflex of that "light that never was on' land
or son," embodied in a smilo so radiant, that
it deprives mo for a moment of the power of
The wild bees hum about us, tho air is full
of the perfume of now-mown hay from the
meadow on tho other side of the orchard-wall,
of the faint fragrance of meadow sweot.
The shadows of the apple trees lie
on the long grasses about us, on the
mossy rocks, on the old brick wall, on tho tall
privet-hedge which, separates the garden from
tho orchard. I havo been roading Tennyson's
"Tho noonday quiet Holds tho hill;
Tho grasshopper Is silent In the grass.
The lizard with his shadow on the stone
Lies llko a shadow "
"Talk of a donkey, and you see his ears.;
The polite quotation comes from Miss
who this time is the first to see Jack
pushing his way through that part of the
privet hedge which divides our orchard from
Colonel lTentls garden. ,
"Talk of an angel and you seo his wings."
Jack amends, sitting down on his favorite
mossy bowlder. "And were you really wishing
for me, Miss Dacreel"
"Talking of you, Mr. Prentiss."
"Wo wore wishing for you, Jack," I say,
laughing. "We havo been making up, oh,
such a delightful scheme I"
"In which you are included,"Charmian adds
"I am glad to hear It," Jack says, his blue
eyes deepening in color a little. And then and
there wo unfold our plans.
"But what will Mrs. Grundy say!" Jack inquires
whon all is told. Being tho eldest of
the trio ho feels it incumbent upon him to say
something of the kind.
"Mrs. Grundy is to knownotulngauout it,"
Charmlan says very decidedly.
"Nor Pleajant Owens!" shrugging his
-"Nor Pleasant Owons. Wo shall just put
on our bonnets to-morrow morning after
breakfast, and toll hor, quite casually ns it
were, that wo aro going up to town."
"Sho won't bo satisfied with that"
"But is there anything extraordinary in
going up to town half an hour's journey by
"To Pleasant it will seem extraordinary."
"Then let Pleasant be astonished. It will
do the old woman good."
Jack seems to llko tho plan amazingly,
when, like myself, he has smothored the first
qualms of conscience. There is really no harm
in it, after all it is what lots of people do
and, besides, nobody will know. My father
is too much wrapt up in jus own pursuits 10
caro what wo do, bo long as we commit no
breach of propriety. He trusts us implicitly,
and knows or tares very little about what
aunt Probyn calls les convenances. What
fun If we should meet Dudley Probyn in
townl He is my cousin! whatever objection
might bo raised to Jack as a chaperon, nobody
could say a word if we wero with my own
cousin. So I reason wbllo Charmlan laughs
mlschiovously. She does' not seem to caro
very much what anybody says; and if she,
who belongs to tho best society in London,
does not mind, it would be odd if nobodies
like Jack Prentiss and Susan Coventry entered
So it is all settled, and if I do not look
hqppy Jack does Jack, who is to
1 0 constantly in our company for the next
two or thrco days. He is to go up to town
with us to-morrow, come in again to our hotel
next morning, spend the whole day with
us, and on Thursday come in ngain to toke
us home. They arrange it all what wo are
to do each day, whore to havo luncheon. Wo
are not to go to any evening entertainments
that would be too great a risk. Jack Is to
come home in the evening and wo aro to havo
n tea quietly at our hotel. And 1 am to see
places and pictures and wonderful things of
which up to this time I have only dreamed,
though I was born and reared within twenty
miles of them. Tbo Dora Gallery and the
Botanical Gardens, and all the new pictures
and statuos, and St. Paul's and Westminster
Abbey, and perhaps, if wo have time for
it, the Tower. I can hardly bellevo that it is
truo that I shall not wake up presently and
find that it was all a dream.
"I eliall novor forget that picture)"
Something in tho tone of Jack's voles
rouse mo out of my reverie. Ho is sitting on
the old bowlder,
Where lichens mock
The matte on a tootb, and small ferns fit
Their Usth to the polished block;
and be is looking at Charmlan with just that
expression in his blue pyes which bad startled
mo the day before yostorday. I hod known
what it meant in Lord Lorraine's oyos, but in
"Then I am sorry you saw it" Channian
answers, looking for away at the bluo sky
over the old rod brick wall "sorrier than I
was before. "
"But why should you be sorry)" ho asks,
bending furward a little eagerly, "It did
you no barm, and it did me"
"Why do you say that!"
"Because I think it."
"Do you mean to say that it did mo harmp
"If you remember it too long yes."
' "J shall remember Jt nlwnys," bo says
Sho smflos, with a little almost imperceptible
shrug of hor shoulders.
"You do not soom to mo to havo a particularly
rotontlvo memory, Mr. Prentiss" a sullen
color comes into Jack's faco "and perhaps
my picture nt the Academy may drivo
this one out of your head."
lie looks hard at her, his elbow on his knoo
and Ids chin in his hand. Sho is sitting quietly
"within tho shadow of hor apple-tree," still
making patterns with blades of grass on the
pages of her Schiller. There is a llttlo carelessly
disdainful air about her, an almost
air, which surprises mo almost as
much "us it puzzles Jack, who Is evidently
chagrined by it aswell. ,
"You can say what you like," he says sulkily,
"I always did. It is a small privilege which
appertains to us women, if nothing elso
"And you generally make good uso of
"When you and Susan attempt to sneor,
the effect Is melancholy," she Inughs, and
with a very obvious shrug of hor shoulders
this time. "It gives me the sontation of having
been 'stabbod by a feather,' or 'stung by a
rose,' or uni'rtioctodiy -brought up in some
way by some hitherto dellciously innocuous
"You think that is one of your prerogatives,
"To sneer at people."
"I never sueor."
"I think you tiro sneering at Susan nnd me
"Oh, dont let us quarrel 1 life is too short
for that kind of thing. Hero lot me read
Schiller's 'Diver' for you. Do you understand
"No," Jack says laconicolly.
i.'iThon I will translate it for" you."
Which she does, to Jack's grievous disgust
and annoyance, yet to my infinite delight.
He gets so tired of it after a while that he
rises up and strolls away into our garden,
khore I soo him wandoring up and down
limong the raspberry bushos, and whore, when
the poem is finished I join him, Charmlan
having grown suddenly engrossed with her
"Jack, you musn't mind her; she's like that
to everybody," I say softly, putting my hand
through his arm.
"I believe so," Jack onswors a little bitterly.
"But you know sho doesn't mean to hurt
"Oh, doesn't shs!"
"She likes you. I can assure you she
"That's all you know about it I" Jack says,
with a very bitter smile curling up his mustache.
"I wish to Heaven I had never seen
"Oh, Jack," I say, shrinking back, "and I
thought you liked her so much I"
"Liked hor I" Jack echoes, with a short cold
laugh. "I never liked her."
I stare at him, crestfallen. I had thought
them such friends; and now Jock assures me
that ho never llksd her; and I know sho
would rather have Lord Lorraine scold her
than listen to the nicest speeches Jack could
"It is too bad I" I exclaim, standing before
him in tho narrow lane between the
"It is too bad that you two,
whom I lovo so much, can't meot without
quarreling with each othor."
"You aro a little fool 1" Jack says brusquely.
"But I want you and Channian to liko each
"Do vou want us to fall in lovo with each
other!" bonding his 'hood to look into my
eyes, with a kind of voxod smile on his faco.
"No, of courso not" drawing myself up a
little. "But can't you be her friend without
falling in lovo with hor!"
"I'm afraid not," Jack says, shrugging his
shoulders. "But don't run away with the
idoa that we havo fallen out. I am going
back as soon as she has finished that Schiller
"Rubblshl" I laugh, infinitely relieved.
Schlllor's 'Divor' rubbish I But it's over now,
so you may come backVith me."
Still hanging on his arm, I draw him with
mo from among the raspberries to the walk
leading to tho orchard wickot
"Jack, I don't half like this going up to
"Yeu don'tl" Jack exclaims, standing still
bstween the high box-borders. "Why I
thought it was all got up for your amusement
"Oh, yes of courso it would bo delightful;
and I want to go awfully I But will it be
"I don't see how it can be wrong," Jack
answered; but I do not think thore is real
honest conviction in his tone. "We aro not
going to do any harm."
"I feel as if harm would come of it," I say,
sighing. "I don't know to whom, or why;
but I feel it a kind of prosentimont People
havo such feelings sometimes."
"Nonsensel" Jack laughs hurriedly. "Don't
let such ideas into your head."
"I suppose it's all right, if you say so," I observe,
sighing again as I hang on his arm.
Jack looks flattered, and strokes my little
locks in tho old caressing way with his disengaged
"You aro a dear llttlo child, Susan. I hops
no harm will ever como to you, through mo
or or any ono elso,"
"I am not thinking of myself, No harm
could come to mo, exaept a scolding from
Pleasant. That is tho worst thing that could
happen to me."
"And don't you think Miss Dacro is able to
takocaroof horsolf aye, and of you and me
into the bargain!" and Jack laughs In tho
short cold way which soems natural to him
"Charmlan is only nineteen, Jack you talk
of hor as if she was an old woman."
"Nineteen or ninety, she has more knowledge
of the world than you and I put together,"
"I think you are hard upon her," I say sorrowfully;
"she is a little wild, and she is full
of whluis and caprices, but sho is no worse
"I am not accusing her of wrong-doing, am
"Is It because you do not like her that you
have not come here for two wholo days!"
His. eyes fall under my grave scrutiny;
llttlo color oomoa Into his faco.
"No; I had another reason."
"I missed you, Jock," I Bay, softly stroking
the hand belonging to the arm on which I am
still leaning. "I don't seem to have much of
you now, do II"
"Has it been my fault!" Jack asks, turning
his hoad away a little. "You are always
with Miss Dacro, and Miss Dacro is always
with you. I think, if any ono is jealous,
ought to. ba ine."
. "But I llko you oven better than
I say, drawing him wth m througl;
the orchard wicket, ''At loast I flin alinoit.
Hire I do."
"Don't like me too much," Jack says,
his shoulders; "lam not worth it,
"As if that could mako any differencol" I
answor, with a superior smilo. "As if it over
did sinco tho world began I"
"I don't think you know much about it,"
Jack remarks, with a look which I remember
afterward. "That Is my only consolation."
EWERS ft COOKE
(Successors to Lewbrs & Dicksom,)
Importers nnd Denlers In t.umbrr (tnd nil
kind of llnlldlny Material.
No. S3 Fort Street Honolulu
TWT PHILLIPS & Co.
Importer and Vholetale Healer n Cloth-
Ing, JlootsK,Shoe, Hat,
nUhlnr Good, Fancy Good, lite.
No. 10 K AAiiUHANU Street Honolulu
CLAUS VM C IRWIN.
w M. G. IRWIN & CO.
Sugar Factor and Commission Ayents.
Dealer in Chotcott Jtecf, V at, Mutton, Ktc.
No. 6 Quekn Strekt Fish Market.
Family and Shippjngjorders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnUhe'd to Vessels nt short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
Telfpiionk. , , No 12.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Ueal Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merch indite.
C. H USTACE,
FORMERLY WITH II0LLES & C0.1
II holesale and Retail Grocer,
in. Kino Street Under Harmony Hall.
Family, Plantation, and Ship stores suoplied at short
notice. New goods hv every steamer. Orders from
the other Isltnd faithfully executed.
Telephone No. iiq 337-3 fl
ltealer In Dry-Goods, Jttce, lea. Silks and
Fancy Goods, Hats, Doots and
Shoes, liran, Feed and Flour,
Clyars and Tobacco,
Also proprietor .of Rice and Sugar Plantations at
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio Ewa, and Heeia.
COR. NUUANU AND ClIAl LAIN STS HONOLULU
M S. GR1NBAUM & CO.,
miioWcivi of General Merchandise and
Queen Street ,, Honolui u. II 15
No. 134 California xtrect.iUn Francisco, Cal.
THE 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
M. A. GONSALVES, E. HUTCHINWN.
- ONSALVES & CO.?
Wholesale Grocer and trine Merchant,
Beaver Block, Queen Street Honolulu
Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. 368.
npHOS. G. THRUM,
Importing and Manufacturing
And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
Dealer in Fine Stationer)-, Books, Music, Toys and
Fancy Goods. , , .,
Torf Street. Near Hotel, Honolui u
U, WEST, II. M. DOW, C.,W. MACFARLANE
ATTEST, DOW & CO.,
Importers and In alt kinds of
Music, Fancy and dunanese Goods,
Furniture of all kinds, -Sewing Machines, Mirrors,
Paintings, Chromos and Toys, Picture Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
No. 105 Fort Street .Honolulu
S. W. SMITHER,
M erchant Tailor.
(entleroen's Clothing Cleaned and Repaired
Made lCcjual to New.'
NO. 56 HOTEL STREET.
MJIS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 79 Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
IMrORXHR AN.R OVALyK IK
I'if'.t, Attachment., Oil and Accessories.
ARLN1 rOR THK
Howard's Machine NrecV.01, all kinds
Coriicell's Silk, in hII coloxs anu sires :
Barbour's Linen Thread,
Clark' O. N.' T. Machine Cojton. JJ'
Mint, Demons!' s Rtliablt Cut ffer falltrnt
Dealer In Kihi.es
Guns aid SfOKTiNa Goou,
Shot. Powhik. Caw.
aiI Metallic CAUTunaKsJ
KKIIOHEXX STOYKS,' In all Mists.
SewingtMactwwi LmV WtJ Gurt.Repiring promptly
n'HVs vu ssvs
'- f'1 ,. irtt;.
. .1. ,,
Vilu -""" of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOK AGHXTS.
Incorporated ic s6i
"DOSTON BbARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BKEH'&R & Co.,
Agents for this Hawaiian Islands,
IHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. BREWER & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ACCIDENT Life Insurance Company,
S. G. WILDER, AGEXT.
Assets, December 31, 1884 , 1,363,000
Policies issued against Accident for one day up to
year. a 9411
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG Company of Hamburg,
Iluilding, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms.
REMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS,
F. A. SCHAEFER cV Co , AhIs.
AUo aeents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands. L 310-361
THEO. . DAVIES, AGENT.
The above agent has 1 ttructions to reduce
the rates of Insurance Utei:n -i,n
Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared tu poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a spcrial reduction on
freight per steamers. 310-261
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM-
pany, of New York.
St G. WILDER, AGENT,
Assets, December 31, 1884,,, ...... .$103,876,17851
Policies issued on the Life Term and Endowment
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
Geneial Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, are authorized to take lisks against the dangers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable teuns. 310-261
LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
F. A. SCHAEFER V Co., AGENTS.
The above In'urance Company has established a Gen-
eral Acencv here, and the above signed. General Atrents.
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
Seas at the most reasonable tales and on the met favorable
terms. 2 1 0-361
HAMBURG-BREMEN Company. FIRE-INSURANCE
P. A. SCHAEFER cV Co., AGENTS.
The above firm having been appointed agents of this
company aret 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 ofl.ee. 310-361
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Policies Issued on. thetnost Facorable Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000
NORTH - GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
. HACKFELD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital and Reserve,, ..Reichsmark 8,830,00
tneir tympanies, " 35, 000,00 J
The Agents of the above Company, foi the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure Iluildmgs, Furniture
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, cic, also Suga.
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by me, on the most favorable terms.
"PRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
X Company of Hamburg.
. HACKFELD & Co,, Agents.
Capita! and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000.
their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total Reichsmark 107,650.000
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 Milts, and vessels in the harbor against loss
01 damage by (ire, on die most favorable tcims.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company.
BISHOP &-Co. AGENTS.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Asset , $37,010,913
Reserve , 7,300.000
INCOME FOR l88: '
Premiums received after deduction of re
insurance ,..$ 9,000.000
Looses niptly adjuued and paid here.
Insurance Company of Boston, Mass.
IN) OltrORATKIl 1815.
Assets January lit , ISSJ, nearly $17,-000,000.
Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely after Two
EXAMPLE Or I'l AN !
Insured age 35 years 30 years Endowment Plan for
, ' VTe.
At the end of the sd Year, $ 180.85 $ 545
3d " 461.70 840
5th 831,8s MIS
6th " 1,09 00 1,695
7th I,35.IS .97
8th 1.4S0.7S M35
9th ' 1,676.05 1,500
loth ,9"-5 .7S5
11th " 1.15790 3,005
ith " 3.S0
13th " a,6S$.oo 3,48s:
14th " '.97.70 3,7o
ilh " 3,63,9a 3,945
th 3575-35 4, "S
7t 1 3,90315 4.38o
18th " 4,148 53 4,590
10th ' 4,613.70 4,800
soth ' 5,000.00 S.ooo
The second ami subbeoeitt itreiniums are likelv !to
be reduced by iucrtAtitt annual distributions 0 fills
tar Applications can be had of; and fuUU'.formnlion
will be given by the Agents,
CASTLE & COOKS,
Wilder's Steamshtp Company.
New Route to the Volcano
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
k'NC" ' ....COMUANUE
Leaves II0N01 ULU, If. I. at 4.00 O'clock r. M
each week. Touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena,
Maui, Mai utona, Kawailiae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo,
Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each
month, leaving Honolulu on theilrstMondayfollowine
the arrival of the mall steamers from San Francisio.
When the steamer arrives on Monday the KINAU wil
leave on that day.
P4SSENGFR RAINS will connect with the
Kinau at Mahtikona
1h KINAU WILL TOUCH at Honokaia and
Paauhau on dovwi trips from Hilo for Passengers if a
signal is made from the shore.
The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trjt,
reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving
Tourists two das and two nights at the Volcano
Tickets for the round trip $?o.oo. which dVs all
The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday morn
ings on Volcano Trips. On Hilo Trips, will leave
Honolulu on luosdajs, and return Saturday morning.
Leaves Mondays at 5 r. M for 'Kaunakakai. Kahu
U.i, TIikIo, Ham and Kiralmiu; and for Keanae, Mo-
Kulju and him every other week. Returning' wil sod
at the uhcit ports, arriving bck Saturday mornings.
-p or mails mul onlv.
Til K KIT, A VISA ltOU.
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele, Ookala
Kukaiau, Honohlna, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and Ono,
Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kilauea
Leav.s each Monday at 5 e. M. (or Kaunakakai, Ka
malo, Pukoo, Lahaina, Lanai, Moanui, Halawa,
Pelcutm and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo
Friday at 10 a. M. for Honolulu, arriving Saturday
S. G. VILDER,;Pres. S. B. ROSE, Sec'yl
CHARLES BREWER At Co
AGENTS OF It Alt All AX PACKETS,
1 General Commission Agents.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of
the Hawaiian trade. Freieht at low.st rates.
FOR SA J FRANCISCO.
C. 11REWEII Jt COMPANY Agents
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cash
advancesmade on shipments by this line.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco,
The new and splendid AI Steamship
Of the Union Steamship Company, will be due
ui tiuuuiuiu 110m a)oney anu .Auckland
on or about
And viill leave for the above port with mails and pas
sengers on or about that date.
J??.r..f!5i6ht or l,a5!lSe. having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine AI Steamship,
Of the Ocesnic Steamship Co., will be due at Honolulu
from San Francisco on or about
And wilLhavc prompt dispatch with mails and passen
gers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
TlWaf. Se OO.
No. 34 Port St., Olook Building,
Havcrtcuved a consignment or the mut Eton arnica
and Valuabh Ttcd for u kinds of stock, vu :
COOKED LJXSEET) MEAL.
the greatest Flesh former, Milk and llutttr pro
ductr in use.
Oil Cake Meal shows about 17 ,r cent d nutritive
natter ; this nearly 39 per cent.
soo lbs. of this meal is equal to 300 lbs U oats, or
318 lbs. of com, or to 767 lbs. of wheat s&
Also, our Unrivaled MIXED FEUD, as well as our
usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc. Ete
Which is offered at It Lowest Market Rates, aa
dellteted fiee many pari of the city,';
Agents for the ,
Ptulflc Mutual Life Insuran)eJ2Co.'of California
Agents for the IWOVfcR TELEPHONE"
Commissioner (X Dcds for the Slate of CaUierala
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