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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A NRWSi'AI'BIt Pt'llMailKI WT.KKt.Y
nfnTnirTiof
TIVE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
, Snu.crlhers and Advertisers will address Mr.Thos.O.
Thrum, llnslnees Msnsif r
Alt matter for lh. Mliiri!ny Presj should be addressed
to the "Km ItllAY I'KKSM"
Tho Miyme of rt Year.
Helovrtl, my Mured, when tlio ruddy rjprlno, In
wrnppliiK
It tender nnns cnrcMIHQly nbnut tho froitv
Wlien llio iwift eot mititlicrn breerc wnke llio
lilimftntnt from tliclr nniilntf,
And tlio clierry-Yolcetl river Join In iirna full of
inlrlli,
I lift initio pyc to liciiven wlirro llio flamy nun Is
Ijiirnhiu,
My iwiil orllows with intinlc tlmnh Its aoiiKt
nro Incklnu worila,
And I catch injaolf n-wumlerliiR with nn Irrcprcn
bIvo ymriilriL',
If thint nrt clrul nn I am for amialilnn nnd llio
Iilrtln.
Ik-lovrd, my bcloTcd, when the sheeny Snmnior
jircaoq
With nrdont touch tho nwes niul tho lilies Into
liloom,
When tho Hlmdown tlmt fnll prtcnly fflow with
nnlitlo lliirlncfvci),
Ho tlmt wlilln tho nun In hidden thero Ih nelllier
dnrk nor filooiu,
I wnmler in tho tncnilow nlmkcn wllh nmuoth tin
dnlntloiiH, J.lkn Ilio-tllniniiinl'dtiHtttl ocenn when tho wind
linn fliil nuny,
And I rntch injaolf n-wondcriiiR, tliruuu,h thy Imiy
lifo'n miitntliiiiH,
If tliuii nrt Rlml nn I nm for tho lilcswil night
nml tiny.
IJeloveil, my Inlovcd, when fnntrwllc Autumn
tremleth
Aeria tho lirindcd lHixom of nil nnltirrtp,tarlli,rtl
And tho purplr-littlci! hnrveit with n grArliiiM
bounty aprrmleth
Its u,rent lijru-u,ift of consccrnled plenty fur niul
wide,
I linKer with tho flcnncrs thrlddltiR deep ntiionp;
tho (jrnnnes
Tlmt nro dent In golden (lory with n Kent of
prnlmi mid prnjer,
And I enteh ninelf n-wonclerlnu nn tho shlnlnp
invniit imsscH,
If thou nrt p,lnd ns I nm for n world bo very fnlr.
DcImyuI, my beloved, when tho Winter cold creep
over
Tho Might niul doiilh of pky nndenrth nlth cIIuk
ItiK nhronddiko cnltn,
And tho KcrenmliiK wind comes rattling down tho
ehimneyH to discover
If thero is iinnhl benenth tho roof Its chilly
lirenth enn hnrni,
I stnnd behind tho window-pnno nnd p70 out nt
tlio whiteness,
Slowly melting into drops tlmt fell sedntoly ono
by ono, t
And I cntch myself n-wonderinK, though tho futnro
neems nil brightness,
If thou nrt wul ns I nm tlmt nnotheryonrlscono.
A tine Jlnlliumiy,
Our Labor Supply.
KniTOn Satumiay Fncss: Tho lnbor
qticstiun which now nnd for Romo timo
print hnH been engaging so much nttontion
in thoso IslntxtH is ono diii'icult of solution,
having many plinbCR tlmt innst ho cnrofully
Htmlicd to bo thoroughly imderHtood. If
thoso inimigrrtnts nro intended for tho don
bio ptirposo of peopling or rcpeopling tho
country nnd of furnishing lnbor for tho
plantations, thoy should bo drawn from
thoso rnces or tuitions that will ntiBwor tho
required dotnnndfl most bli6fnctorily. Cnn
wo rcaBonnbly oxpect no much from tho
South Sea lslnndcrH ? Cnn thoy ndopt
with impunity tho hnbits nnd ciiRtoms of
tho Cnucnsiniis, tlmt hnvo proved bo fntnl
to other uncivilized races i If tho Ilri
wniittu, who hns progressed so rnpidly in
tho InBt fifty yonrs, jh found incnpablo of
withstnndiug tho Hood of civilization, is it
wisdom to expect more of a pooplo whoso
original condition was not unlike his i Tho
cotiHUH of thcho Islands in 1823 showed a
nativo population of 1-12,000 which, in 1878,
had dwindled down to 41,088. Tahiti,
which had a population of 10,000 when
first settled by tho whites, has now only
5000 nativo inhabitants. According to tho
recent consus of Now Zoalntul, tho Maoris,
or primitive inhabitants, nro rnpidly do
creasing, thoir numbers, which in 1801
woro 65,334, having fnllon in seventeen
years to 43,r95, or about 20 porcont. And
in all of tho southorn islands whoro tho
whito man has mndo his nppcaranco in
sufficient numbers to introduco tho arts,
customs and ovils of civilization, tho nativo
population has decroased at tho samo
alarming into.
AVo hnvo only to turn hack tho pages of
tho world's: history nnd road of tho west
ward progress of exploration nnd coloniza
tion, to find that it hns been nothing but a
rojfctition of tho samo sad story for centur
ies. Tho largo aboriginal population of tho
West India Islands has entirely disappeared,
not leaving so much an a vortex in tho sea
of humanity to show that it had ever
existed. Tho Indians of North and South
America aro fast passing awny hoforo tho
march of civilization, and tho few that aro
left uow " road thoir doom in tho setting
nun." Wo seo tho samo process of exter
mination going on in thcBo Islands beforo
our vory oyos. It is claimed by somo that
tho nativo rnco is now beginning to in.
crease. It is truo that tho total population
of thoso Islnuds was greater nt tho last
consus, in 1878, than in 1872, but tho gain
was among tho foreign population, whereas
thoro wore fewer imtivcH than in 1872,
though tho into of decrease is growing less
year hy year. Wo havo but to look a littlo
further to see tho samo thing in tho groups
south of us. And in bringing tho South
Sea Islaudor8 horo, aro wo adding to tho
living population of these Islands, or to
thoso who havo gono to swell tho numbers
of tho silent majority ? Owing to con
flicting statements wo aro unablo to arrive
at any doliuito conclusion in regard to tho
death rato of Uicm) pooplo who hnvo been
brought horo. Doing accimtomed for gen
erations to a lifo of oaso and idloncss and
rt being provcrbinlly healthy, it is not surpris
ting that tho adoption of tho ways of civili
sation works such havoc amongst them.
Tho only instances wo havo of a parage
raco becoming civilized auavMj'ulli aro
furnUhrd by tho Cherokee, Choctaw and
Seminole Indian nations ot North America.
Tho Chcrokces, a onco powerful tribe,
dwindled down to a handful beforo tho
number of births exceeded the rato of mor
tality. A generation died oil' before this
rosult was attained. Now this tribe num
bers about 15,000 souls, hut owing to
intermarringu thero aro few among thorn
that havo no whito blood in their veins.
Timo may mako tho natives of tho l'ncifio
Islands capable of becoming civilized, but
tho price it asks, and from which thero is
no way of eluding payment, is death;
death to nil that cannot ascend at ono step
from tho lowest level of barbarism to tho
highest level f civilization. Tho picture
is not a pleasant one to contemplate, but
hutory tells us that it is a tiuthfulono.
Thoso who are interested in this labor
movement should consider tbo question in
II its beariugs, not too hastily, but well.
Thooe who can enlighten the publio iu re
gard to it should feel it a duty to do so. If
the South Sea Islanders will answer fully
the purposes for which thoy aro brought
boreaud an investigation by tho protwr
persoiis would soon dcleruiino whether
they will or not theu let our diminishing
native population bo recruited from that
source. If they do not answer, then let
their importation be discontinued.
If they are found wauling after being
' fairly weighed iu tho bslsuce, a sufficient
Saturday
VOLUMU I.
number of laborers to work tho plantations
of thcFO Islnnds could ho obtained from
nmong tho frecdmon in tho United Stales.
These people nro nn n rulo well-developed
physically, nro accustomed to n warm
olimnlo nnd inured to labor. Tiey nro
familiar with work on sugar, cotton nnd
rico plnntntiono, speak tho Hiiglish lan
guage, urn acquainted with our customs'
nnd nro moro intelligent than South Sea
Islandnr.s, MnlnyshtiR or East Indians, nnd,
it may bo romnrked, nro n vory prolifio
race. Thero would bo no difficulty nt tho
present timo in securing enough' of thoso
pooplo to supply our labor demand, and
tho United Stales Government would in
torposo no objection nor ohstnelo to thoir
emigration. During tho last two years
many thousands of thepo ncoplo havo re
moved from the Southorn Str.tos toKwisan
nnd Nebraska, along tho lino of thoContral
Pacific Hnilrond, Laborers of both sexes
nnd of suitnblo ngos could bo recruited
thoro nt n light exponso nnd in n short time,
nnd cocld bo landed in Honolulu within
ono mouth from tho dato of starting, at
n cost of $45 for each adult, and Icbs for
tho younger ones.
Tho Portuguese and Scandinavian labor
ers that havo arrived hore aro a valuablo
ndditiou to our population, nnd when thoir
terms of sorvico havo expired will most
likely nssi.st as "Bmnll farmers" in devel
oping tho agricultural resources of theso
Islands. It in foreign to their inclination
to their natutc, it might bo said to
romain long as plantation linnds.
If thoso who havo had experience with
different kinds of lnbor would give tho ro
suits of their observations to tho publio
through tho columns of tho locnl papers,
they would confer n lasting bonofit on all
concerned. A frco intorchnngo of ideas
might at onco settlo tho question ns to tho
" baso of our labor supply," dcQnitoly and
forovcr. O. S.
His Way.
Hoforo tho days of chloroform thoro was
a quack in San Francisco who ndvertifced
tooth-drawing without pain. Tho patient
wns placed in n chair, nnd tho instrument
npplied to his tooth with a wronch, follow
ed by a roar from tho unplcasantly-snr-prisod
snH'cror. " Stop, " cried tho doutist;
"composo yourself. 1 told you I would
give you no pain, bnt I only just gave you
tho twingo as a specimou to show you
Cartwright's method of operating. " Again
tho instrument was npplied another tug,
another roar. "Now, don't bo impatient;
that is Dumorgo's way ; bo seated, and bo
calm ; you will now bo sonsiblo of tho
superiority of my mothod. " Another ap
plication nuother tug, another roar.
" Pray ho quiet; this is Parkinson's mode,
nnd j'ou don't liko it ; no wonder. " By
this timo tho tooth hung by a thread, and
whipping it out tho operator cxultingly ex
clnimed, " This is my modo of tooth-drawing
without pain, nnd you nro now onabled
to compare It with tho operation of Cart
wright, Dumergo, nnd Parkinson. "
Mr. Sankoy in San Francisco.
Thoro is something deliriously nmusing
in tho way Mr. Sankoy combines musical
instruction nnd roligious fervor nil in tho
snmo breath. Ho sings his solo, shouts out
his instructions, nnd trolls out tho chorus
iu tho most indofntignblo mnuncr, and
Rtarts tho proceedings in this wise: "What
must it bo tu ho thero, tu bo thero. (Now,
nil sing chorus): Oh, what must it bo
(louder) tu bo thoro (that's pood) tu bo
thero (now pianissimo (o-oh, what must it
bo tu bo, thoro. (There, now, you sang
that very well let's havo him ngnin, nnd
bosuroyou mind that pianissimo. Now!)
"What must it bo." etc. It adds so mueh to
one's religious fooling to repeat the samo
verso to got tho exact emphasis on tho tu.
Death from a Singular Cause.
Archibald Gibson, Second Lioutonant of
tho Seventh United States Cavalry, and tho
son of a prominont lawyer, died recently of
inflamation of tho brain, caused by a sin
gular event occurring while ho was a
West Point student. Ono day whito on
parado a spider got into his ear. Tho
rules prohibited his removing it, and ho
stood in tho ranks while tho creature work
od its way into his oar, nnd when ho was
dismissed his enr wns full of blood. This
caused corrosion of tho bono next to tho
brain, and ho has uovor boon completely
well sinco, although having done hard
sorvico in Dakota.
Tho annual roport of tho Pilot Commis
sioners show that thero woro 123 licensod
pilots iu active sorvico belonging to Now
York (bobidos fivo temporarily husponded)
and twonty-ouo pilot butts in tibo. During
tho year there were 8,'JGG vessels piloted
iu nod out of that port, on which vyoro
lovied fees to tho enormous amount of
$(G3,r0t 0.r. This gives $31,8:10 a,s tho
oirninga of och boat during tho year, and
$74 57 ns tho amount paid by each vessel
on leaving and ontering tho port. Com
menting upon thobo liguros tho Now York
Jmlktttur says: Thoro is evidently somo
consolation hero fur tho mourners over our
decaying shipping interests. Wo get some
thing out of (lie foreign carying trado any
way, and for tho sizo of our " morcantilo
marine, " it must bo conceded that it p-ys
well at all uveuts. Wo wonder how many
of tho merchant vessels that ontored our
port during 1830 can show a profit on
the years business of $80,000? Tho ques
tion naturally aritos. iu viow of thcho
figures, is it judicious to do nil wo can to
drive foreign commorco from our port, bo
raiiKO it cannot bo carried in American
ships? Astorinn,
Tho clovatod railronds of Now York aro
becoming moro and morounpopulnr, owing
to various causes tho principal ono being
tho frequent accidents and tho apprehended
danger of a fearful one; others tho dirt
Mattered over everything under thorn. Tho
drivers of tho uorbO-uir running under
noath them are obliged to woar goggloi l?
enable them to withstand this serious nui
sance, while tho p-tsscugorn havo great,
cause for constant complaint. Iu Phila
delphia and othor cities tho clamor for
elovated lines appear to have entirely
ceased.
1
Qrecerirs,
Arvio. uik H'ie at
(7 HOLLKS A IVi.
II. W. SEVERANCE,
Hnwnllmt Consul & ConintNtiort Morolinnt
T ailJl'nlirnriilii HI . I'M., ltnom No. I. ly
J. M. HAVIDSON,
Attorney nnd Ctmiisollor nt Lav,
I .Merulmnt St., Honolulu, II. t. if
EDWARD PRESTON,
Attorney and Connsollor nt Lnw,
1y M Port Slrrrt, llonrlnlu
J
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
lit) Fort St., Honolulu,
Fnshlonnlilo Mtlllnnr nml (Dross Mnlter.
1 Xciv (lomli nnd Sljrlen rrcrlrcd rvrry month, ly
DR. N. B. EMERSON,
X'XI-VISICJIVIV J.IVX UUilG-WOW
Ontcoitt Dr. Hnirininn' Drnc snie, 21 Mrrrlmnl HI.
Scflclence, rorner Knktil nml Port jtrrrt (tlienlil Kroner
ircmlc) Olllfo Ileum- 9 to 11 a. m, i lo I r. i, .'I Urn
j. NOTT& coT.
Importers mill Denlors in Stoves, RnnRCS,
.Motnl, Ilmie 1'urnl.liliiix (IooiIk, Crocketj, 1 Inoi- nml
China Ware, I'nicllcnl .Mrcl'.nnlo, Honolulu, II, I,
I ly
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
A '". Ill l.llllll. SlriM't. j
aTw. RICIIAUDSON & CO.,
1MI-OIITKIK AMI IIKAl t.l1 It
HnoK Blini l'urnllilni! OoimIii, lint. Cnp, Trunks,
Vnllp. rerfiinirry nnd fcmn, Wnltlimii Wntchen,
Klne.lpMclrr, clc, corner of V'ort nnd Merchnnt St.,
Honolulu, If. I. I y
M. DICKSON,
PhotoRrnplilo Artlit,
UUnnil mi I'nrt Street.
lletiired of nil ulr.cn nnd kind mndo to' order, nnd
Frninc of nil ile'crlnllonn roiiMnntly nn linnd. Aim,
Hlii'lU. Cnrnln. nnd Ourlntltlen of the I'nclflc. 8 ly
L. W. HOPP,
Cabinet Mnkor, Dplinlstoror, Denier In
Furultnro,
No. BSKInc Street, tietucen Nimnnn nnd I'ort Htrrcti.
MnltrcFKC cou'lnntly on linnd or mndo to order.
ZJy
THOS. G. THRUM,
Importing mid Mnnnfaoturlnu Stationer.
Now Afiont, Book Blmlor, c,
.Merchant Street, nnd Denlvr In
l'lno Stntlourrr, Hook, .Mu-lc, To nnd l'niipy Ooodii,
1
rori DircL'i, nenr iioici, iionoiiuu.
iy
W. M. WESNK1I. JOIIK BWEVEIir..
WENNER. & CO.,
I'ort Street, nppoMtc Odd 1'iIIowk' Hall,
Manufacturing Jowolorx, Diamond Sotters,
Kinjrnm. nnd l)e,ilcr In .icwelry of nil klniN. Shell
nnd Knktil .Irurlry mndo to order, Order nlo re-
eehril nnd fnittifuliy iitti-nded to for nil kinds of Hnlr
Work In Jewelry or Memorial Ucnigtis. 1 ly
FRANK GERTZ,
f2g BOOT AND SH OE M A KE R
No. !M Merchant St., next to Thns. G. Thrum.
ltnom nml SlioeH Miule to Order, or licit Jin-
lerliil.nml nt Honoiillo I'rloct.
Boots nnd Shoos mado for Cash only
jy
M. S. GRINBATIM & CO.,
Importers nnd Wholostilo Donlors in Oono-
ral Morohandlso,
2 Mnkec'i I'.lnck, (Jnecn btreet. ly
M. S. GRrNBATJM & CO.,
TorwRrdlnK mill Counnisxlon Morohnnts,
-I I Cjllfnrnln St., San FranelKco.
Speclnl fncllltlc fnr nnd pnrtlolar nttentlnn paid to
ii connlgnmeiitH of Island produce. ly
TOEjO A-ISTCD !KCOTJSE2
VltATKIl (IF OT HII.AlIKA.
W. II. L15NTZ. MANAGER.
rier.ty to eat. a rnnfilnir tlr clean beds, and the lies!
attendance nn the HauaOiin Maud
Viltnr reqmrlni; any uniiaiinl dlKplny of volcnnlc
nctlim will kindly ;.'Te Manager at lenit ten dar notice
Inline weather, and frnm eleven to thirteen In foul,
ft ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE &. BROTHER, Proprietors,
JJUUANU SItKCT.
Pilot, tedium and Navy Ilread nlwaya on hand nnd
made lo order Also, water, Sod'i and lluttcr Crack-
era, Jenny l.lnd Cokefl, ,te.
Ship llreacl re-liaked on the Miortcst notice. Family
llreid, made of the licet I'lour, baked dally and always
on liaim,
N. II. Ilrnmi Ilreml or tlio Ilcnt tunllty
2Jy .
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer nnd Doalor In Crockery,
Plain and Decorated Porcelain, Cut and Prccd Olass,
Mher Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandelier, Lamps,
Chimneys. Ktc.
Flru Proof Store, cor. King and Xuunnu Sts., Honolulu.
Hiy
E, COOK WEHB.1M. D.,
I Homcoputliixt,
(Late Chief ot btair Homeopathic Hospital, Ward's
Ulnnd, X. V.)
Ofllcc R0 Port Street. Special .mention to diseases of
nomen and children.
Ofllce hnnrn Until 10 a. m, 3 to I r. m. g ly
0. SEGELKtN. O. ENQLINO.
G. SEGELKEN & CO.,
Xa. & Nininnil Street,
Tlmmitli and Plumliors. Donlors in Stovon,
IUn;es, Tin, Sheet Iron and Cniper Wnro, keep con
stantly on hand a full assortment of Tinware, Oahan
Ized Iron and Lead Pipe, India Rubber Hose, Ac, c.
-jjiy
HIOQINS & JESSETT,
o. m and fi2 King fit.,
CnrrinRo Bullileni, Trim-?HMi
merm Pnintors, Vnrnlahara U-M2
All kinds of It-pairing attended to, and pood work
guaranteed at Low Kales. 8 ly
A. E. SMITH,
41 rorrr ariiKKT, imimiitkh ami healer in)
M'rlden (Juadruplo Plated Ware, Olasswarc, Klns's
Comhlnatton Spectacles and Ke (llasses, Ilrackets,
Vases, LtiHtral Wlru Ware, 1 aney boani, Picturo
Frames, Wostenholm's Pocket KhUcs, Scissors, Pis
tols, Powder, Miol and Animnnittoii, Clark's Ki'ool
Cotton,. Machine Oil. all kinds of Machlno Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashions, Sole Agent for the uni
versally acknowledged
Light Running Doniettio Sowing Machine
:. O. 1IAI.I. Ac, NK,
IMPORTER B AMD DEALERS IN HARDWARE
pry Qoods, faints, Oils and Oensrsl Merclismllie,
8JS-ly Ciiriisrl'orland KlngBts.
11 Ol. 1. 1 N'T II It Ac CO.,
VniityittH, Aftolhttarit,
mportors of Tobacco and Cigars,
Manufacturers of Soda Water,
Agents fur I'. Lnrlllard Co". Tin Tagj W. S. Kimball
.t Co's Vanity Fair; and (loodwln A: Co's Old
Judge, Tobaccos nnd Cigarettes,
810) Wo H.t Nil nun it Hlreet, Honolulu, ly
u. w. .iiA:r.ui.4.i: :o..
1MP0IITERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Koblinou's Firs-proof tlulldlnK,
Qussa Street, Honolulu, II, I.
jatNiH rea
Tin (lllijowsn.l llonolnlii l.iosof Packets.
John Hay t Co's UlerHil and Loudon Fatksts.
Tli. Wallcapn Plsnutiou.
Tlistitiencor PlanUtlon, llilo, t
Hskslsu Plnutln. I IHo.
Mltil.es, Tsll't. Wslum, 8iiKr Mschlnsry.
Th Piiulo Hhssi, lunch 'mpr. IM1
BISHOP & CO.,
33 .V iM C Ens,
IIO.MOI.UI.U. t t HAWAIIAN 1MI.ANIKK
. IirtSNV KXCItA.NUK ON ......
IHE BNH OF CALIFORNIA. : SIN FMNCISCO
tr inn soixii
New VorH,
lluslou,
a-stris.
AucUlnnil,
IHE 0HIENTl MM CORPORATION, : : L0N0ON
ass rails laiiciuiis
llaiisj Kohr,
Myilioy, and
Mtllsosira,
An I Iramsct a (lsnrrsl Haaklni Bmlness. s9 ly
S.S.CtsrLR, J , ATHIBTOI
(UNTI.I; OOflMi;,
Hiprma and commimiov mbhchabt
IMrOKTRHS AM)
Dalr In Csneral Marohnndlaa,
No. t0 Klollr.l,ltoaololo, HsJIuIlsnils.
... AOKNTS FOR
7bt Union Insarancs Couipoy of o fraaelsra. TksNsw
CoUnJ tulasl Ulls imarsncs (-oaipaay, Hoslnn
TtisOrsaon lckst Line.
TtisKohsUPUatalloa,
Ths llsika PUotslloo,
W.lilssPlsutslloo.
Ilutsks fUuUtloa,
Ur. Jsids d4a'sCslsbr4t4
MsJIelsss.
Wbtlsr A Wllsaa's i.wlaj
M4CBIBM, (SWO lyj
HONOLULU, H. I, SATURDAY,
vi'ii.3i:n Ac :.,
Corn'T iir Korl nnd qnn Mrtcts llonelnlii,
Lumber, Falnti, Oils, Nnlli, Salt and Hnlldlnr
(9vl Mnterlnlnof nvnry kind.
i:.-.l. II. AllMTI.,
oovNfljoiiiion vjp xijy.-w
Pin N'n. 1 1 Knnliiimnmttrret
4). H. IIAIt'l'OtV. AiH'tlitiM-r.
Knlnroum on Qnfii Slreft, one door from KmliUimnu
mi Stroet. ly
i'. a. wjiiAF:ri:n &. ;..
Importora &. Commission Merchants
oVJIJ llolinlnhl, llnUMlInn IpUimIm fly
O. X. IJj7?illflf,JM, itl. 1..
SURGEON AND H0ME0PA1H10 PHYSICIAN.
OTlcn Corner 1'nrt nnd ll.rtlanlaCH, llnnulnln. i
i:. v. AnxjnH,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Qili.i.nRrrft. lliinolnlil.il. I. tt"8.ly
i:i. iioi'rsccii.AiUJi'.it a: :o..
IMP0RTER8 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ilonnliiln. Palm, fl.l. niw ly
a. h. ;B.i:-3uon( A: ;..
IKFORTCRa AID DC1LS1I IX
G-onornl nAor oil axxcUso ,
79S Corner (iifn nnd KAnhnmAiiiiBtrpeU. If
OENEKAL C0KM1BSI0N AOENTS,
Oiiohi ."llr-t. Ilonolnlu. II. 1. 1701-It 1
A . If . II I' H IH .
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
KmnllyUrocory and Vir d Store,
?9i ly 1 6(1 Korl airfet.Hnroliilii.
MRS. A. M. MELIilS,
Fnahionnblo Drc-i Jiml Clonk Maker,
KM I'ort street, Honolulu, II. I.
Ml! '-II ly
Ship Chandlers and Coranunton Merchantu,
mportcnand Uculvraln OriM-rnl .Mcrcliniiillf .IJu.MiSlrort
llnnoliilu.llawiiHniiIiland. 30 ly
i.Aiii: Ac Co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Importer! of nnd Dealori In liny. Ornln, and neutral
Produce. Ilounlillil, II. I. W ly
.SOIIIV II. I'A'l'V,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
Per the States of Csllfotnln nnd New York. Ofllce st tlio
Hank nf HUliop : Co., , Honolulu. uS3C ly
.KMIA T. WATi:KIIOIJfi:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
8tS Queen Slleet, Ilounlillil, II. I. Iy
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Ap;ont to tnko Acknowlcdumcnta to Con
trnots for Lakor.
818 3 Interior Onicc. Him liiln, Cm
j. ni. tnirri'iBtY, mi. ., i. i ..
Dental Rooms on Fort Street,
Ofllce In llrcwcr's, 111. ck, corner Hotel and Fort stricts.
811 ly Hntrancc, Hotel Strut
claus srnr.csELS. wm. o. inwi.s.
iv.li. a. iieivm v :.,
Sugar Factors nnd Commission Agents
Ilonolnlu. 11. 1. B07
f. i:. .liuB'rvnta: A. iiit'rin:it.
RR0CERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of Kin-; nnd Fort streets,
HONOLULU. 614 ly
III.I.I4.'IIA.1I V CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery, Urv floods, Paints nml Oils, and General Mer-
chanille. No37 Port Street. Hnnululll. 708 ly
ii. i i:iai.i:ics .v. ;..
DEALERS IN DRY GOOpS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, ' A
Irs-tirootHtore. Fort 8t. .almve Odd fellows Hall tr.-ly
II. A. F. CARTKK, P. C. JO.MS, iJB.
C. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ii Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. r
F. T. EENEHAN & CO.,
Importers! nnd Connnlsalon Morohnntn,
8.15 yuunnii Street. Honolulu. 19
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to tnko Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Lnbor.
Office at P. M. S. Dock, Esplanade, Ilonolnlu, II. I.
8:11 15 ly
II. E, wiiiTNr.v. Established 1850, 1. w. nonEllTsov.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney) -
Importing nnd Manufacturing Stationers,
Publishers, News Donloxii, Book-
Bindora nnd PnporRulors.
19 A 81 Merchant Street. Honolulu, II. I. 830 50
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
8HIF CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AOi'NTB 0ll
Brand's (Inns and llouih Luncea,
Perry Davis' rain Killer,
816 ,1 No. 40 Queen Mreet, Honolulu. ly
IIUUT. I.KWKIIH, C. M. COOKK.
liiiivimN a. cooks:,
tjucccseors to I.kwehs ,t Dickson,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER
And nil Kinds of Hiilldliig Materials,
Fort Street, Bod ly Honolulu.
:ii;ii. iiiiom'iv.
attorney and counsellor at law.
NOT..KY t'UllLIO.
And Agent fur taking Ac1ituwle,liriiieiitsof Instrumentifor
tbe I.Und of Osliu.
uS'S No. 8 Kssliumaiiii Street. Honolulu. II. I. ly
CASTl.i: & HATCH,
Attornoys xt Xan-xr.
W. IU UAhl'I.i:, .Notary I'ubllc. attend alt the
Courts of tho Kingdom,
Particular attention paid to the uiEotlatlOR of Loans,
L'onvejaiirluE. Collecting, etc. s Money to loau on
Mortgage.
illllcn: No, IS Kaahuinanuslresl. Honolulu, Hawaiian
Islands, 811) ly
'i'in:u. ii. i,vvii:n,
lata Jsxioa, (lits.l A Co. J
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ar aiiist ma
l.loyd'aand lbs Urerpo'd Underwriters,
llrlllili and foreign Marino Iniuiance Company, and
Northern A ssiirs'ice Company. i.W. ly
1IY.1IAN' '1IEIOM.,
Importers of General Merchandise
FROM
FJtAXOhWKNOLAyj), GKHMA'XY, AND
UNITED STATES,
No. 19 Merchant Strett, - Honolulu, II, I,
IVM.l-V MHON.,
WHOLESALE OHOOBIIS,
'.'lnandSlS California Strict,
NAN rilANl'lalia,
IV rartlcular Attention paid to Ailing and shipping
Island orders. Nr ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
AM. IX IIKHHKHT, Proprietor.
IIOTtiL bTKKET. HONOLULU.
Entrances on Hotel, Hlchtrds, auil UereUnlt HtrrsU
FIRST-CLASS INTyiRY RESPKOT,
I'tlces til saiuo a Fltsl-Vlass IIolsl la Ban IfiaoclKO.
64s 3
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Press
.4'
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MARCH 12, 18W
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ED. C. ROWE, ' - .
Honso nml Slrjn Pntntcr, Paper HnnRerT&'c.
Sll ly No l07KlnR Hlreet, llonnlnjn. S
1V.TI. .lOIINOI,
Morcliant Tailor.
7i No. ,1 Fort Xt below Dr. Hlanteiiwrnld's. Iy
o. '. :oii:.iia,'v
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
Homo Mliitplnir, Cnrrlnce M'orli,
I'lniitnlloii Miielilnrr.t , Ae.
BOO Shop on KlngMlreet. next Caslle ,V Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakory
Practical Confectioner, Pnitry Cook And Bnkor,
8IS l llolel street, liclwcen Xtiuann anil Fort. 3 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
fPPK .?T.KA,t ''K'. RUHAH Mll.t.S
VsVAas, Hollers, Coolers, Iron, llrafsand LeadUatlnRs
Machinery of Evory Doscrlptlon,
S- Made lo Order -ffa
Particular attention paid to Ship's BlnclcimltMnfr
i-JOII WOllKsseflitedmi llisshortvst notice. fosM ly
f IIAVi: MKt'llRI'.n A
FIRST-CLASS HORSE -SH0ER
And nm preiii.red to curry on II.Ih nrnnrli
ol my niislne'.x In n maimer Nntls.
n.clory to my Pntrnii.
OWNERS OFFINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be faithfully (Mend t (I to.
8,3m C, WEST.
TII0.1IAN 1,AJK,
MAOHINIS
No. 10 Fort Street,
will attend to nit orders In the
4
LOCK, GUN 8 GENERAL REPAIR LINE.
He will Rtvo pocl'il iittcntlou lo cleftiilnar, ropAlrlriK
nnd rpKulatlnc Hewing Miietilnpj, and all other kirnliof
MB tit Mnchlnery nnd MuUil Work of every description.
lllnckmiiltlilnK. etc.
Alo, on linnd nnd Tor snte chenp,
A Variety of Sewing Machines
(JlltlM, Ilil. Shot, Aniiniiiiltiou,
IMCacbino Oil, Needles, Ac, Ac, Ae.
Sewln? Machine Tuckers. Itlinlers. and all ottier extra
and dupllcnto parts of inschtnes supplied on short uotlce.
- Ikst Machl.10 Twlst.rfn
Snle Agent in (hit Kingdom or
The Florence Hewlwr. Machine., from tn to f SO.
White Sewlne Machine, from i to "S.
IIomcHhiittloHeluf;Maclihli,rioni IS t. (15.
ltd" Inclndlnir atl extras (01 ly
uava Telly,
MANUFACTURED OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
BY
3? JE30 OJEl IT,
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrnps always on hand
T sv -m k rinds
Put up III A, No. t Iteflncd Sugars, highly
recommended for Sea voyages.
American, French, English
and
German Pastries
Mado to Order at short Notice.
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the highest Stylo of Art.
Klch fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Cocoanut and
Cream Candles.
No. 71 Hotel Ntrrct hoi. N.i.iitiiis mirt Fort
K10 ly qr
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
Established lKJO.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder.
Asset i S-1t.SM.10O
Iteserve $ C,7a),(rj0
Inrouiu for I8TH1
rremtmns rccctvid after deduction of rein
surance $ f,38J,!!t)5
Losses promptly adjusted and paid hero,
13m 1IIHIIQ1' A- Co.. AKeilU.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Com party.
A Leading Home Company.
Asssts, Juno 30th .'.T67,W,I7
Additional Cnsh CapltEl (now- beinr; called III) 3M,Uun OU
Total Asset 8l,ll7rKtf.l7
''PIIK PIltKMAN'S rUNl IN8UH-
X ANCE COMI'ANY basis Its claims to the bett
riatronageupon Its sound financial condition, reinforced
iy Its accession nf capital. Rtrln; It over a million
dollars In asstts; Its extensive system nf Agencies, In
suring It larsu premium Income, without the neces
sity of heavy concentration of lines; Its adherence to
llio best principles and practices of Underwriting; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, nml prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
losses.
Kor seventeen rears It has been ravorably known as a
conservative underwriter, and during that lime haa
paid over
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
1'aislng triumphantly lhrouir.li the heaviest conflagra
tions known Iu modern history,
H1N1IOI at ('0., Aurula,
1 3n Honolulu. II. I.
Insuranoo Notioe.
rilllK AC1KJIT VOIl TIIK BIIITIMII for-
tlun Marino In.urance Oiniimny, (l.imitsil). bs. is
reived In.lructioos lo rrduce tli rHv of In.ursncs
bslassn Honolulu and IVrls Iu ths I'aclSe, and I. now pre
paml to ..oa Policies at tho lom.t rttss, with aslal
reductlviuon frslRhl nvr.traiuera.
TI1KO. II. DAVIK.1.
ly 1Q An.nl llrlt. for Msr. Ins. Ck, I.lniltsd
T It AN -ATLANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
M' llAJfHUKIL
Capital t : t Six Millloni IMchwnrlc,
HINKM IMMUMtlls OW HHILItlNUN. MKK-
chandun. nod Furniture, on liberal U-rms, bv
1t !' 'II. IIACKrKliH A lt., Areut.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OV UAH VKAMOIBOU.
lfstrine.
IsTOORPOSATID, 1880
CASTLE ft COOKE. AGENT
Par til Hawaiian lslaHsla.
I
Rhenish Waatvrmllan Lloyd
INIUftANCC COMPANY.
r . m.AACH. Mhsmiala rvstMla.
Aackta ad Leipiig Iasuraae Ce
IJmlted,
r AACHKX. (AISa.A.'HAPl.l.l.K.)
ACL CXAIMa rm aAHTIt'Dt,A AVKkV
AUK suaUlosd by Uooda arrlvluf kr, and Iaurs4
In las aViva Coiupartlaa, liv. 14 b. ntwl with lb. co
ulaanea of and ctrilfled lo by tb undtrslstaxl, la ordtr to
(Ml T4JW. (IM y) J. c. UlAUK, AfeaL
M
NUMBER 28.
irl" ". - T :
nosion noard or llni.vnrri.crsi
A "l':?.T r,,r ,l,r Hllnn Islnn.ls,
: WII C IHtKWHIlACO.
I'liilailclpliia lloarit or llndcrwrllcrs.
OIJWTH nir .tic llnwrillroi Islnmla,
01jy i'. mtKwi.it ,ro.
i a. NUEa,ti:i'i:it.
4 IIKHTnf llreinn. Ilnnnl of tlmlerlvriterr,
jl. A Rent of llrenlrn llosnlof Underxittrrs,
Agent of Vlenns loard of lliiilerwrilers.
ClslmiSKlnt In.nrsnes Companies within the nrllletlnn
ofllia slaits Hoard, ef Underwriters, will ),sts to hs ert
Hed loliy tlisalKusstent to mVe them tsllil. Jno ly
iA.iiriiiK(jii..riuiT.iri:i
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rirtsir. I'.vnr.itKUJM.ti iiavixo iimixai.
M pnliilnl Anents of the nlimc Compnny, are pre-
fared In Insure risks aualnst flro on Mono and llrlrk
lnllitliiK, and on .llerrlmliillio stored therein, on
thn innst favornolo terms. For pirtlrnlars apply at the
oflleoof Ml ly l'.A. SCIIAKFF.lt.tCO.
HAMBURC-MACDEBUrtC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of HAMMUIKl.
HitiMiixii. .m:it:itA.nisK. rimxi.
lUIIKamt Machinery Insured asilnst Fire on the
moat favornhln terms.
A, JAW.KII, Arjent for the Hawaiian Islands.
S.1I ly
Insurance Notice.
raiiiK i.jiii:itNitiMt:ii aim: it:iMnr.
M. to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this and the Coast Forts, rori'ring loss or
damage. If amoi.ntliip to HI per cent, or more, nn the
sound valuo of the whole shipment at port of delivery,
upon favorable terms.
1IIHIIOP .t Co.
Agents- or tho I'trcmen's Fund Insurance Company.
Honolulu, Jan. ), lbKl. 8.ir! nm
NORTH GERMAN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, Five Millions Relchsmark.
Tiik I'Nnr.itsnivnn havi.mm iirk
appointed Agents for tlio abovo Company, are
now ready to
Ismiel'ollclrnKnltiat nioknort'lrcoii Ilnll.l.
Iiiirv, .MereliniKllao nml t'ttriiltiirn
on terms equal to thn.o or other respectable companies,
j.ua.eo lulu lur onil nujusieil liere.
Kor particulars, apidy to
11. llACKKl!.!) ,t Co., Agents.
ait
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
Jb' O 11TU N A
General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin.
TIIK AIlOVi: l.M)ltAX'i: .MI'A?(irj4
have established a General Agency here, nml ths
undersigned, (Icneral Agents, arc aiithoiized to take
ItiMlift nicnltiNt llio lliHigrroor llio Ncsmnt llio
Moat Ilrntonnlilo llnlpsi, nml on llio
Mont t'itorilllo TeriiiN.
810 ly V. A. SQUAWK!! A CO., Oeneral Agents.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OP LONDON AMJ KUl.VllUllGIl.
KSTATtl.I'JllKD 1800.
CAPITAL 1.007,318
Aicniuulatctt nml Investeil Fiiml. a,HJH,118
r!IIK UNDGIISIONEU I1AVK IIKK.V AP.
M. l'UINTKU An KTS for the Sandwich I.land., and are
authorized to insure ngiln.t Fire upon favorable term..
Iti.ks taken In any part of tho I.landsonStoooaud Wooden
Ilitililinir. nnd loerchnlotiie stored therein. Dwelling llou.es
and Furniture, Timber, Coal., Ships in harbor with or with
out cargoes, or under repair.
"04 ly KI). IIOFT.SCIlt.AK.riKIl CO
WILDER & CO.,
Aarriitn lor tlio llnwnllr.11 Ialnmla,
or TIIK
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Ol' XKXV YOIIK,
Largost, Snfoat and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD!
Assets (1880) ..$90,000,000
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None but first-Class Kl.ks laken,
gj !.,.
TIIK
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OFBO3T0.V, MASS
IIKIOKI'UIIAT CD, IH33.
Ihe Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
tlie United States.
Policies Issued on tbo most favorable Tetmi.
I'.xnmplc of Jfoii-t'orrelturo I'lnit
INSUllKII AOK, 35 YKMIS-OIUIINAKV I.IFi: l'LA
1 Annual preniliim continues Policy J! years dsys
5 Annual premium continues Policy 4 jears 1 days
3 Annual preoiiuai Ci0,tlnue Policy 6 eara !!7 days
t Annual premium cor.tinuo. Policy S yeara.a dsys
6 Annual premium continues Policy 10 jears od days
Vsaajotan. 1 ijiia,000,000 1
Iaar.i atsl Ihrouxli Ilnuulnlu Aseucy,
40,00O
CASTLE t COOKE, AJ.ENTS
tt KOUTIIK HAWAIIAN UI.ANira, y
At the Old Corner, Front and Walanulnul Nt.
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO..
AUCTIONEER, IMl'OUTEUS AND
Dealers in Oeneral Merchandise,
Groceries, llnnlwnrc,
IlooU nnd Klioen, Clothlnt;,
Dry nnil I'nncy Oooln,cto.
Ladled' and Ocntlcraeti'M Fiirnlshliiff oodn
Late liniortatlnn, In great variety.
ChoicMt Brandt of Tobacco and Cigran.
FULL A M) COSU'LETE
ASSORTMENT Or CANNED GOODS
Fresh Importation.
Ordcra from tho country promptly and carefully cio.
cutrd.
Particular attention given to thn purchaitnir of floods
on special orders, either III Honolulu or at tho Coj.t, ly
onr.pecUl agents,
ID 3m J. II. MADY. Manager.
WZ HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Kx I.ATB AII1CIVAI.H,
OF TUB NKW CHOP. Al.HO,
!FAo nf' Ground Hurley, Oats, JJran,
and Alfalfa Jlny.
W. carry tho larze.t stock of Hone Fedln IhU
Kingdom, and wo are always, prepared lo all all orders
vltharcuilnmeU promptness, and
AT LOW HATES FOIi CASH.
irOrsin Oround lo Ordtr..AJ
Wheat, Corn. Cracked Corn. Oil Cake, Middlings,
Mixed Feed, sic., always nn hand.
II Sm IA1NK A CO.
L. 0. 8RES0VICH k CO.,
lUrOItTEUS AND DEALERS IN
FRESH FRUITS I CALIFORNIA PRMUCE
-ALSO
TViitt of every lcincl
ALWAYH ON HAND.
FrtMh'Xutera OyiUrs U the Skell
ItKCKlVKD BY KACM 8TBAMKK.
AIHIN8-KIG1ITII8, UUAUTKKM
Halves a4 WhoL Hox of best Maseatel. .
Ml VOLLKa Co.
Latest Departure.
IRON STOMEi
Nicklo Mounted in Sots or Singlo
Pioccs, such ns
Ten Pols, Oollbo J'ols,
Crcnni Jugs, rnlor JugB,
Sloj) .Trtrs, Stignr Jlowls,
Spoon lloldors,
Ton nnd CoiTeo Urns,
Sots 'Xoto-ii-Toto,
litiUor Howls.
-AI.SO-
Plain Granite
Iron Stone Ware
The above ware Is put together nnt simply 10 take thn
eye but is well mado In erery respect.
Al.bO-
CROCKERY
AND
China Wape!
Plntcs, Plntlors,
Dishes, Olinmbors,
Cups nnd Suucors,
Toilot Sols, plain nnd fancy,
Ohoeso Covoi'8,
Dinuor nnd Tea Sols,
Dosort Sols, itc, Sec.
STOVES,
RANGES,
METALS,
Affricultural Implements,
& Co.,
Practical Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers,
1 iy Kaahiiinanu Htreet, Honolul
MURRAY & LANMAN'S
Florida Wates1
Tho Bost In tho Market.
IMPSB1S1IAI1L2 FKAOHAKCK.
VMUERAY ft LANMAN'S j
CELEBRATED ?x
Florida' Water.
Tho richest, most lajtlmr, yet most delicate ol all
perfumes for uso on tho Ilamlkerclilcr, at tho
Toilet and In tho Batb, delightful and healthful
In the sick room, relieves weakness, fatlsnc, prostra
tion, nervnusnesa and headache. Look nut for counter
folti. Always ask for tho Florida Water prepared
by the aolo proprietors, Messrs, Lakxam & Uxur,
KuwYork.
1 Fir Sill ly Fitfaa.n, Bnnliti til Tttey Os:Jt Xemri.
wmm
Imperishable Fragrance."
Murray & Lonmon's
OtLEBsUTED
Florida
Tho richest, most last.
Ins, yet luo.l dillciiuiof
allp'-rfomes for uo on
' .-"- ' i-ssaF iooaiaaiaBs.BsvrrM.rs.
M ths Toilet and la lb aath, delightful si.d
beallbtnl la lh tltk room, fcllve weakness, a
tlw.pro.tratlon.netroa.eandbcajdacBu ixwk
out lor counterfeit, alwaya ask for tbo Worida,
Water prepared btjbi tola) proprlte, Mcaars.
Laumsii li Kiinp.New Ywk.
YorlaU by ttrtttun, DrmpjUU and Fane
flood DsUen.
Kor sale very low, In Iwnd or duty paid. A trreat ay
., btvlaa a U.x of ou. dozen "iUllyuJ
NOTIOE.
CLEA1UNGOUT SALE
THE U.SDKIWIONUD CKfEim
THE BALANCE OF Hlft STOCK
AT OUEATLY ItEDUOED I'KICEf,
CoruUting of the Following Q.ods, viz;
JtolU Hunt China No. 1 Mattlnx
Ctioata Kuiwrior Tea, China Hllki, I'niiK
And Othtir Panoy Goods.
t', AI'O Mi.
If. n.-Up Stairs, over Y T. Lenehan A"V''a, NHHtba
Street. wa lJoaa)
filBEara AUTOMATIC STEAM
cnnrDn luiiicatoi
FOK WALK HY THIS
X0M0LULV imOM WOIKS CO
This Uttl apparatus oils the cylinder constantly snd
perfectly, Ho lltlla nil Is us4 that a savin of oil aa4
wear iual lo four tlnta lv cost May b inftioi (u na
sasou. '
Vkt liM, $W. M0f Fiat Mm, 30. ,
MO-l a
R&S
vijcsvesitat, . iSMaSiiex.
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arjr I rmaV
mwk
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