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Getting Drunlt with Completeness and
Hntlsfncllon A Coiivlvlnllst'n Luok.
"Unole Bill's" Now York Letter.)
Thoro is no mare Instructing find, limiting
spectacle In the streets o( Now York
than the insbrloty of moneyed uion at hours
whoii moro useful members ot society are
nngaged la business. It is an understanding
among the fashionably bibulous that nobody
can get drunk.Wltn completeness and
entire satisfaction unless ho wastos somo ot
the tlmo and money in a certain notoriously
gorgeous Broadway groggery, To ..see the
Wfcrst drunkards in town (because they are
mon who ought to know bettor) the observer
should tvandor into this resivt in tho
afternoon and take a seat by a window commanding
a vlow of the rosttbnlo. I
had barely done so boforo a hnnsom cab
stopped so suddenly that two
aud feverishly happy follows were
all but thrown out over tho dash-board.
They smilod feebly at oaoh other, and
climbed with somo clKTlculty to tho sidewalk.
They were and totter-logged.
Then- voryiflno olothos were slightly
awry. One said to the driver, with dignity:
"Muchf
"Two dollars, gents, please," was tho'affa
ble reply of the rascal.
"Give you 50 conts," said the other, pulling
a handful 6f Jingling coin and rumpled
uotos out of a Jacket
"Oh, you'd better make it Jl, sir. You
know I had toliolp you gents into the Hansom."
"Well, I'lrmatchyou whether it's $1 or
nothing."
, Tho proposition was accepted. The cabman
won. The couvivlallst insisted on a
second chance -and again lost A third
time his luck was bad. Then ho threw $5
to the winner, wound an arm around the
walst,of his companion and weavily entered
the bar-room. His namo would be
by every reader as connected with
far different ' interests than whisky, Ten
minutes latsr a .man conspicuous in the
unanclal world rolled up in another carriage.
His usual -weight of dignity was all thoro,
but not under complete control. Ho f
awhile' before" getting out $1 for bis
faro, into' tho house, and sank
cogglly into a chair. Soon two. cabs rattled
noisily down the' streot at a terrific speed
for that sort ot vehicle, with two scions ot
"first families" wildly waving their arms
out through the windows, -and, the drivers
leaning forward like jockeys on horseback,
The race ended at the rum-shop door, and
tiie four men had a loud hubbub over the
result
The German and the Anglo-Saxon.
" Gath " in Cincinnati Enquirer.
Tho conversation running upon tho Anglo
Saxon, and tho German or Saxon race, I
asked Mr. Bookwalter to (lofluiJ tho distinction
between them. He said: "Tho Gorman
raoo ia deductive, and the English or
Anglo-Saxon race is inductive. The German
assumes a prinolple and traces the
lauw uun riuui lu tuo tuo
facts first, and makes them prove bis principle.
It is the difference bstweon Bacon
and Liobnitz. Though I am ot German
stock, and I have some ot that idealism
about me which comes down through my
blood, I am a believer in the Anglo-Saxon
and bis methods. The German besides has
a metaphysical or mystical quality which
enters Into even his solonce.
"For instance, Keppler, who was a most
useful man in his perceptions, inwove a
beautiful theory with bis , planetary and
stellar system that there was a sort ot
rhythm in nature, like poetry, and that tho
motion of the spheres went in certain
subtle harmonies, which he thought would
one day be found out. Newton on the other
hand, who was ot the Anglo-Saxon school,'
tormod no poetry, bat looked at the facts
as they wore closest to htm, and ho got the
truth. He saw that there was a law called
gravity, and that law was shown tn him, by
the apple falling from the tree and the
earth nulled toward the sun. His Imagina
tion had nothing mystical or poetical about
it, but went straight through the universe
to a law, glancing as be wont alongto see II
any thing disobeyed that law, I have no)
studied out tho origin of the Anglo-Saxons.
but I should think it would make a re
markable study,"
Unlrdrosslnr; In Farls.
(New York Sun,
But the cutting ot hair and the curling
thereof, says Figaro, are but child's play
compared with the education, of the beard.
It a barber butchers your fair locks you
can bide tho hideous disfigurement a good
deal of the time by clapping your hat on
the back of your head. But what will hide
the inartlstlo trimming ot a board! Dell
cato little shears, with blades,
are what your Parisian hairdresser
11 will not stoop to touch the
clipping uiaohlnes that have grown famlU
lor to Gothamitos who consult the German
barkers.
"Do you think," the learned French bar.
oer exclaimed with a fine Indignation, "that
Meissonler could produce his paintings with
a kalsomlnlng brush! The clipping
is a barbarous implement ot faotal
dlbflgurement,"
The dressing of women's hair is one ot
the choicest labors ot your knight ot the
curling iron. Upon it he bestows Mie most
loving care, and bis most poetlo imagination.
In Paris no barber is allowed to touob
a woman'i hair until he has boon at least
two years undor training with a competent
master of the art, And in Paris all the
ladies' hairdressers are men. Onci overy
year the professors moet to decide which
shall bo the prevailing stylo' of headdress
for the coming season, and once every year
competitors for the honor of creating tho
stylo have a publio contest at halrdresslng
in the art school. They work upon living
.models.
Increasing tlin 1'od I'rodiiot.
'Cor, Uunl tfew Yorker.l
By selecting the pods of Limn beans
which, contained four seeds, and planting
these, I found next year that tho number
contolulng four beaus had greatly Increased,
most of them previously containing
only one or two. Tho process was
repeated, nnd the result tho second year
was that a majority of the pods then contained
four beans, and a fow had flvo
beans. . In the third year - scarcely a pod
contained less than three, tho majority
four, and a large number Ave.
Aii Kcoimtrln Karl.
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The hu ew' f Hysart was a very,
ecceutrlo man. ' It Is said that when lie
wanted a pair qf boots or shoos the son of
Bt Crispin who supplied his lordship had
to meajurohlg feot ou the, outside vt his
sitting-room door, tlio noble legs to which
thny belonged, being thrust through tho
jloor panels.
darbs.
P. P. GRAY, M. t
piiTsiciAx axj BVitauoir,
Office, noxt door to tbo Honolulu Librrr..
8 to lo a.m. .
Onicx Hours: i to 4 r. M, .
7 to 8 t. M.
Sundays, 4 to 11 A. m. -
RESIDENCE, Alakta St., Oppo!t Y. M. C. A.
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D, D. S,
Dental ttoonm on Fori titrroi,
Honolulu H.I.
Oflice in Hrewcr's Block, conitr Hotel and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 310-261
pDWARD F. HOPKE,
co irxnjijjo tt AT I, A vr.
Ornciir Koom No. 0 (over' the Bank), gpreckeU"
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Block. '
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CLARltNCB WtLDltK I TOLNRT TAtLLANCOURT
ASIIrORD. ' ' ' , AIJirORD.
A SHFORD & ASHFORD?
tttornetfi, Cvunnelloni, Solicitors,
l'rortora,Coiiveiaicr, Kn. ' '
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Of rtcK "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office.
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ALFRED MAGOON.-
ATTOIlXJiT AT f,A)r.
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41 Mr.UCIIA.NT StrbetvHonoi.iti.u.
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JOHN H PATY,
Notary Vuhltr and Commission of Deeds,
For the States of California and , New York. Office
at the Bank of Bishop & Co. .
Honoiulu, Oahu, H.I, " 110-361
A. THURSTON.
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(Successor to SMITH A THURSTON)
Attorney at Laitfi
No. 38 Merchant Street ...RV?....Honolulu
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O '- uOiiu, -. '
Lawyer and Xotary
Will.be at his office, at 15 Kaahumanu street, from
to 10 o'clock a.m. during the Legislative session. -
356-30 ,
WR CASTLE
Attorney u't f.ato and Notary l'ublic.
ao 19, mKRCIIANT STREET ......HONOLULU
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Ktiixdum; m5oY
w F. ALLEN.
Has an offico with Messrs Bisliop t Co., corner of
Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be
pleased to attend to any business nlrusted to him. .
T AtNE & Co.,
Commtsslun Merchants,
Import nrs and dealers lu Hay, Grain and General
Produce.
Hq.voi.ui.i' , H.
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T EWERS & COOKE
(SUCCESSOIIS TO LEWRRS &,I)iCKS0N,)
Importers and Dealers in Lumlitr and all
kinds of Jtnihltng JIutertals.
No. 83 Fokc Street , Honolulu
M PHILLIPS & Co.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Cloth-i
til. Hoots, Jihoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing
Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
No,' 10 Kaaiuisi ami Street ". , . Honolulu
CLUk spruckpls. WM IRWIN.
G. IRWIN &CO.
Sugar Factors and Commission Ayents.
Honolulu ' , if,
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ILLIAM McCANDLBSS
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Dealer In Choicest Iteef, Veal, Mutton, Etc.
No, 6 Queen Street Fun Market.
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Venols at short notice,
Yegctahles of all kinds supplied to order.
Telephone ', .'. , No "13,
. 358-09
11 WEST, H. U. DOW, C. W, MACFARLAME
"VTCrEST, DOW & CO.,
Importer and Dealers In all kinds 0
Music, Fancy Goods.
Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors,
raintiiiKS, Cliromos and Toys, Picture Frames and
Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture
a tpciianiy.
No. 105 Fort Street., ,,,,, .Honolulu
340-391
A L. SMITH,
XiiitjoWiii miif Healer In Glassware,
.liermen n are,
Brackets, Vases,
No. 8j Fort Strrrt Honolulu
King's Combination Spectacles and F.yecUsses,
l.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames,
Wostenliolm's Pocket Cutlery, 11. I. Chase's Island
views. Clark's Stiool Cotton. MitLhiu -Oil. at
kinds of Machjne Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the uiiiverfcdly acknowledged Light.
Running Domestic hewing Machine.
E, WISEMAN, ,
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Ileal Kstatc Broker and'Kmploymtni
Bureav.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real Kstateln all parti of the Kidgdoin. Employ
nient found foj those seeking work in all the various
bnnches of business connected with these Islands.
A4T N, II, Legal Documents driwn, Hills collected,
Books and Accounts; kept, and geueral office ' work
transacted, Patronage' solicited Commissions mod.
erato. , v
Houolulu, i 1, J'-'yr
Uitsincsc GtorujB. , v
- E. WILLIAMS, ;
iMrORTSR AMD DlALES IM
i"iirure of Evtry Dencriptlon. Alto
Upholsteror "and 3Ianifattuvr,
Furniture Wareroonu No. tit Fort Street. Work-shop
at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended to. .
C BREWER & Umittil.) COMPANY,
Gtncral Jltrrcantllrianil Commission A getits
QiiKSti Street, Honolulu,
Officers P. C Jones, jr., president and manager;
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
Hons. Charles R. Bishop and II, A. P, Carter; Wj F.
Allen auditor. 3IV334
D. HOFFSCHLAEOER & Co
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Importer nnd Commission Merchants.
No. (8 QuubmStort..... .Honolulu Oahu, H I
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A. SCHAEFER tic Co.
Importers and Commission 3IreJtints,
No- ioMbroiant Street Honolulu
pRANK GBRTZ
Jlonl and' Shoemaktr.
Boots and Shoes made to. Order.
No, 103 Fort Street., , Honolulu
aiora6i
OHN T.'WATERHOUSE
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Importer and Dealer in General
ehandlsc.
No. 35-31 Queen Si rce' Honolulu
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310-361
T M. OAT, JR. & CO.
Stationers and Mews Dealers.
v Jled llubber Stamp Ayeney
Gazetth Block...... ..No. as Merchant Street
-106 Honolulu H. I.
H HACKFELD & CO.,
General Commission Ayonts,
Cor. Fortand Queen Streets, ....i...Honolbl
. 310-361
TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER
Grocery and Feed-Store.
Cor. Kino and Fort St? .......Honolulu
TTOLL1STER & Co.
Wholesale and Ilctail Druyylsis 'and
No. 59, Nuuanu Stlket.. Honolulu
310-361 .
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam .JS11 nines, UoUem, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, Jhass antf Lead Castings.
Honolulu '. ..... H. I
Machinery of every description made to order
articular attention paid to Shp's Blacksmithl ng.
oh -work executed on the shortestnotice. 310-361
E HALL & SON . (Limited)
, importers and dealers in ,
Hardware and General Merchandise, '
Corner or King and Fort StrkstJ, 'Honolulu
officers:
William Wi Hall ....,,.., .J.;'. .Presideut and Manager
I.. C'Ables ,
V. F. Allen auditor
Directors Thomas May, E. O. White 16-30;
THEO. H. DAVIES '&' Co.
Kaahumanu Street... '..Honolulu
General and Commission Merchants.
AGENTS FOR
Lloyds,
Uritish and Foreign Marine Insniaricc Company,
Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life),
'Pioneer" Line of Packets, Liverpool to Honolulu,
Liverpool Oflice ....Nos ia and 13 The Albany
97-iy
OUSTACE & RQBERTSON,
i'rriiitr.
All orders for cartage promptly attended to Parti
cular attention paid to the Storiho.and SmrPiNO of
goods in tiansit to the other Islands. Also, Black
Sand and White Sanh in quantities to suit at lowest
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prices.
Office No. 4$ Queen street, adjoining auction
Vpoms of E. P. Adauii is Co, f
Mutual Telephone No. 19
ts. w macfarlane, h. r. uacfarlane '
Q W, MACFARLANE & CO. '
Importors, CouimiRslon Merchautn
nnd Sugar Factors.
Fire-proof Building Queen street, Honolulu.
AGENTS FOR
Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii,
J. Fowler & Co'a Steam Plow and Portable Tramway
Works, Leeds, ,
Mlrtless, Watson & Co's Sugar Machine-, Glasgow'
Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets,
Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets,
London and Honolulu Line of Steamers,
Sun Fire Office of London, HJ-"94
1ASTLE & COOKB,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
No. 80 King Street 1'oNoi.ui.t
IMPORTERS AMR DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Agents lor
The Hltohcock & Company's Plantation-The
Alesander & Haldwm Plantation,
R. Halstead, or Waialua Planution.
A. H. Smith ft Company, Koloa,1 Xaual.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company.
Hamakua. Plantain" .
The Union Insurance Company ol Sao. Franiosea,
1 he New England Life Insurance Company of
The Ulake Manufacturing Company oCBoxou
D, M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machine. (
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
'1 he Merchant's Line, Honolulu nd San Fraaeijeo
Dr. Jaynes & Son's Celebrated . dicines.
Wlleox 4. Gibb's Sinter Manufaeturuig Cawpany, '
IVhMle Madhms, ' !
usinria& CTnrb0.
T LYONS,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Corner Fort Atn QkrMj .S'trket?, Honolulu.
Sales ofurniture. Stock, Real Estate and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American and European merchandise.
333-383
c. HU ST AC Ei
FOBMEHLY ftft EOtXES St CO.1
Wholesale and Ilctail Grocer,
nt, Kinotrret..( Under Harmony Halu
Family. Plantation, nnd Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from
the other Islincl faithfully executed.
Teleph'one.No. io . R
AHLO.
Dealer In Drufioods, Hits, Tea, Silks and
Bantu (liods, Hats,' Boots and
Shoes, llyan, Feed and Flourt
Clgjtrs and 'Tobacco;
Also proprietor if Rice and Sugar Plantations nt
Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio Ewa, and Heeia.
Cor. Nuuanu, aKo Chaplain Sts ..Honolulu
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M S. GRINBUM & CO.,
Importers of, General Merchandise and
Comntstlon Merchants', .
Queen Street..! ITonoluI.u. IT.
No. 114 Californiastreet, San Francisco, Cal,-1
T HE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
Tcsbujcjii. company (.unutea.)
Money loaned fur long or short periods on approved
security. Apply t( - , W, L. GREEN,
Office Beaver Bock, Fort St. Manager!
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M. A'. OONSALVES, . E, HUTCHINSON.
& CO.! ' -
Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants,
Beaver Block, Quern Street...".,. :.'-.;Honolulu
Post Office Bor No. 309.- "Telephone No. a63.
G. THRUM,
Importing anij Manufacturing"
Stationer, lioolcsrller, 1'rtnter, Book-
binder, etc.,
Arid Dllblisber Of the Alman.p iinrl Annl
Dealer in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys ana
Fancy Goods.
Fort Street Near Hotel,.., Honolulu
341-61
CScircral
H. F. BERTELMANN,
Bullae
No. 86 King Street,
86-iy HONOLULU, H. I.
jWTETROPOLITAN MARKET.
KTXG STltJSET,
C J. WAM.F.K. , . . . Proprietor
Choicest IMoats frotniFluost Hurds.
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FiunilUi supplied on sliort iioti and at
Lowest Market Prices.
All meats delivered from this market are thoroughly
chilled immediately after killing by means of n Bell-Coleman
Patent Dry Air Refrigerator.' Meat so
treated retains all its juicy properties, and is guaranteed
to keep longer after delivery than freshly-killed meat.
150-262
MRS, THOMAS LACK,
Ko. 19 FovtEtveot.JIoaolulu,
imiortkb aijo obalek in
SEWI N a M A O H X N 'e S
AND OENl'INX
Fa-is, Attachment, Oil and Accessories,
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AORNT FOR TK
W.HtTB and tne N,w Home Machina
Howard's Machine Needles, all kind
Corticell's Silk, in all colors and sises :
Barbour's Linen Throad, 1 1
Clark's O, N, T- Machine Cotton.
if me. Dtniortit's Kiliablt Cut Paftr Faltinis
ANU PUBLICATIONS,
Deahwtn Rifles
RnvoLVRas
Guns ai.d Sportins Ooonk
Shot, Powder, Cam,
and Metallic Catrldoe!
KlillOSVNJt STOYBS, lu all sUts.
Lvch and promptly
attended to. 3sas6
No. 102 FORT STREET.
Leading Photographer of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
Wnior Colon, Grayon,-
llndlp, Ink or OU
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' Photo. Colored. Sua,
The only complete colleetion o4
Ialuud Vlowa,
Ynrwi,' Shell
st ' .,' 4 .Ourlosiaesv&p
. Charges JiloderaH.
Btatttttncc rJlottLto,,?,
UNION MARINEINSURANCECOMPANV
of San Francisco.
CASTLR & COOK AGENTS.
Incorporated 1875.
DOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
- C. BRSIP&K A" Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
10-361
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
- ' C. SREtfER cV Ct.,
'' Asents for the Hawaiian Islands,
ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
OF CALIFORNIA.
J. C. WILDER, ACENT.
Assets, December "31, 1884 , $1,363,000
Policies issued against Accident for one day np to
one year. - 94.tr
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE
Company of Hamburg,
A. JAEGER, AGENT.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture 'and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms,
910-361
"OREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCHAEFER cV Co., A tint,.
Also aeents for the
Dresden Hoard of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Islands. 110-161
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE
Company. (Limited)
THEO. H. DA VIES, AGENT.
The above agent has received instructions to reduce
the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
Ports in tho. Pacific, nnd is now prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a Special reduction on
freight per steamers. 310-361
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
of New York.
S. G. WILDER, AGENT, '
Assets, December!, 1B84 $103,876,178 51
Policies Issued on the Life Term and Endowment
plan.
GENERAL INSURANCE COM-any
FORTUNA
of Berlin.
F. A. SCHAEFER & Cq., AGENTS.
The above Ioturanc Cnmnanv. ha, ct'ihliciirt
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, arc authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the Seas at tha most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable teuns. a 10-361
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
F. A, SCHAEFER A Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company has established a General
Acencv here, and the above Mimed. General Annts.
are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the.
Seas at the most reasonable tates, and on the most
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HAMBURG-BREMEN Company. FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS.
The above firm havine been appointed azents of this
company are prepared to irsure risks against fire on
therein, on the most favorable terms. For Darticutars
apply at their office. 110-261
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
Company of Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
incorporated 1835.
The oldest Purely Mutual JLife Insurance
Company iu the United States.
Policies Issued on the most Favorable Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000
310-261
NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
If. HACKFELD cV Co., AGENTS.
Capltaland Reserve, e,.v Relchs'mark 8,830,00
" their Re-Insurance Companies, ' 35,000,00
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
isianas, are preparea to insure uunaings, furniture
....I u 1...- ,f..L! . -,- o
210-261
TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg,
t it. HACKFELD A- Ce Agtttts.
Capitai and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000.
' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total Reichsmark ' 107,650,000
The Acent of the above ComDahv. for the Hawaiian
Islands, prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable teims. '
0-261
T HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Olobe Insurance Company.
BISHOP & Co. AGENTS.
ESTADISHED 1836
hnllmitcd Liability to Stockholders.
Assets 537,010,513
Reserve, ,'. ..,....,., 7,oo,ooo
INCOME FOR 1884:;
Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance
.-. $ 9,000.000
Losses mptly adjusted and paid here,
113-264
ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE
NEW Company of Boston, Mass.
INI ORfORATliI) l8l5.
Assets January 1st, tSSI, nearly
Polices issued on the most favorable terms, and
absolutely Non.Forfeltable after Two
Payments.
EXAMPLE OF PLAN t
Insured age 35 years ao year Endowment Plan for
' $5,000
JniltKil'i'l'fiulum $3Ii,S0
C'sh.Surr. V'l'e. Pd-up Ins.
At the end of the id Year. $ 189,85 $ 545
3d " 461.70 84a
Jth ' 831.85 ,,a,j
6th " 1,039 00 1,095
7lh ' i,35.S i.9
' . .45o.7S :3S
9th ' 1,076.05 s,50o
' ,0Ll !. ,7S5
nth i"57o 3.005
,,t.h - J.So
- '! 1,685.00 ,,485
Mth J.7o
ijth J,i39 ' 1,945
18th " 4,165
ll$ ' 3.9'3'S 4,38o
18th 4.4 S 4.500
19th 4.613.70 4,800
soth " 5,000.00 5,000
The second and subseqent premiums are likely to
be reduced by iiuiYasiujt annual MtMiutistis 0 sm
7su.
tir ApplicatioRi can be had of.; and full information
will be gsrecT by ttit 'Agents, '
MSTLS e COOKH,
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'OCIATIO1
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fx.nva:ia?Hr).)i
New Route to the Volcano
Via Keauliou. .
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
THE KINAG
Kin. ,,,. Commands
Leaves HONOLULU, H. I! at 4,00 o'clock r, M
each week. Touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena,
Maui, Mahntona, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe and llllo,
Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each
month, leaving Honolulu on thefirstMondayfolloniog
the arrival of the mail steamers Jrom,!ian Francisco.
When the steanfer arrives on Monday the KINAU nil
leave on that day,
1.SSENGER RAINS will connect with the
Kinan at Mahukona
The KINAU WILL TOUCH at HonoUia an.
Paauhau on down trips from Hilo for Passengers If a
signal is made from the shore.
The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Tutr.
reaching Keauliou on Wednesday morning, giviig
Tourists two days and two nights at the Volcano
House.
Tickets for the round trip $50.00, which pay's all
charges.
The KINAU will arrive In Honolulu Sunday morn
ings on Volcano Trips. On Hilo Trips, will leave
Honolulu oa Tuesdays, and return Saturday nieming,
DIKKLIKH:.
Lorenien , , Commander
Leaves Mondays at 5 r. M. for Kaunakakai, Kahu
lui, Huelo, Hana aid Kipahulu ; and for Keanae,
aad Nuu every other week, Returning will stop
at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings. ,
-or mans ana passengers only,
TirnicizAVEA aou.
Wbisbarth .' ,... Commander
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, KohoWele, Ookata
Kukaiau, Honohlna, Laupahoeho, Hakalan laid
'
TMBiXjEnaA.
"AV,E5 .....COMMANDBtt
Will leava regularly for same ports as the Kilauea
Hon. .
XUlt MOKOUI.
'
'. McGreoor Commander
Leaves each Monday at j f. m. lor Kaunakakal, Hi
mato, Putoo, Lahaina, Lanai, Moanui, Halawa, Wat
lau, Peleunu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pnkoo
Friday at .to a. m. for Honolulu, arriving Saturday
morning,
S. G. WILDF.R, Pres. S. B. ROSF-, Sec'.
HARLES BREWERMSt CoJ V .
Kilbv Street, Boston,
AGENTS OF '.WAIIAX PACKETS,
Agettla, . ;
-ion given to the purchasing of goods of'
the . .a trade. Freieht at lowen rates. .
PLANTERS' LINE
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BRKTTEn .ft COMPANY Agents
Merehandie received Storage Free, and libers! cash
advan cesmade on shipments by this line.
OCEAMC STEAMSHIP CO.
'lu '
Uh
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itsitra
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco,
The new and splendid AI .Steamship ; "
mararoa," ' -
Of. the Union Steamship Company, will be dae
at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland '
on or about
Jniio 5th.
AnA will I..W, ,tlA V.V nnv. .u.tl. ..!). ..J.-
sengers on or about that date.
for treignt or passage, having SUPF.RIOR ACCOMMODATIONS,
apply to
, WM. G. IRWIN &CO., .,
'07-td Agents. '
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine AI Steamship,
" MARIPOSA "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Co;, will be ducat
from San Francisco on or about
Juno 12tli,
And wilLhave prompt dispatch with mails and patten
gers for the ab .ve ports. '
SUPERIOR
apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO. .
3-'d Agents.
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WRITING PAPER
Now in stock, with additional Eastern invoices en
rente. A line variety of the
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First Quality
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Assorted welghu. Also' Marcus. .Ward's liish Liner
Flat Folio and Note-paper,' plain, or oane
ruled np to suit any older, '
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"V ' No, 106 Fort St,
blicrtrscmeitts.
ESTABLISHED 1838.
PIONEER
Steam Candy Facto . ,,"' Of-
BAKERY.
K HORft, Proprietor.
Confectionery halting . & Pastry
in all their Branches. '
Crystal Soda Works.
.
WATER,
AIjE,
FLORID LEMONADE,
Aerated Waters of All Kinds,
Fruit Syrups and Essences.
Our Goods are acknowleged the BEST, NO CORES
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
In all usr Bottles.
tST We invite particular attention to our Patent
Filter, recently introduced, by which all waters used
n our manufactures Is absolutely freed from all impurities.
'
S3" We deliver onr Goods free of charge to all parte
of the city
Careful attention paid to Islands' Orders, Address,
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P..O. BOX, 307, HONOLULU, H. I.
Telephone No. 208.
Orders left with Benson, Smith & Co., No. 11 Fort
btreet, will receive prompt attention. ,- f
We also, are agents' lor fie sale of J. W..Hingiey
CELEBRATED CIGARS
Ofhis own raaiiQUcinre. hums
,VT THOMAS G. THRUM'S "" . -
FORT-STREET STORE, BREWER'S BLOCK,
, . CAN BE FOUND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
IFlno aad Oommoroial Stationer'.
UONSISTINCT I FART OF
Note, Letter, Packet Post,Cap, Legal & Dill Paper
Oold, Steel and Quil Pens, '
Black Writing and Copying Inks,
Carmine, Violet, and Blue Inks,
TREASURV MUCILAGE. .
Dison's, Fabei's, Guttneck's and Grossberger
Pencils. Wood, Rubber and Celluloid'
Penholder's. ,
Papeteries, Visiting Cards,
Cap, letter, Note and Memo Tablets ahd Blocks
in Manila and fine paper, .
Inkstands, Rulers, - .-
Knyelopes, all sises, paper and cloth lined.
STOAKES' AUTOMATIC SHADING . PENS
.- IN' SEVERAL SIZES,
- Very Useful in Oantmental Work; and
INK ' POWDfcJRS,.yARIOUS COLORS,
FOR USE WITH -THE SAME.'
, Plantation Time Books,
Trial Balance Books, ,,
Log Books,
LETTER PRESSES.
' Pass, Memo, Time.'Oriler, Receipts, KkicIk
and Letter Books.
' Copying Brushes, Rubber Copying Sheets.
Mann's (Manilla) and French (white) Copying' Paper.
Blank Books in Various-Sizes and Styles of Binding.
, Roll, Mounted and Manila Detail
DBAiriNG PAPBH,
Photorranh FfimM mrA p4..n.,v.M...
Autograph and Photo. Albums, Scrap Books.
Inlaid Work-Boxes and Writing-Desks,
Artotypes framed and unframed,
,. , . ,Ettw,ni"d.Ea?tI;t Brackets and Cabinete,
,-
Celluloid Sets uf Comb, Brush and Mirror,
Hi!1" Rc'icules, Baskets,
Shawl lnos, School Bags,
' A '", Varly of Prang'a Birthday Cards.
Poetical, Birthday and Miscellaneous Books
Illustrated Letter Sheets. Pocke and Letter Mips 01
the Island. Maps of Honolulu.'
Souvenir V(own of "BTonol.uVu.
Windsor & Newton's Artists' Materials.
Oil and Water Colors, Brushes,. Palettes, Canvas, Oil
and Varnish, Plaques, Oil dps, etc. ;
Special or extra large books made up to order from
WESTON'S LINEN RECORD- PAPER,
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ay COMPETENT WOXKMRK,
In Any Style Desired.
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PAPEIl. ItUtJNG, TO ANT PATTEHX,
'FAITHFULLY RXRCUTED.
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Constantly in Stock. ,
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Pocket Edition "Seaside Library,',
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