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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A JfEWSPArBIl PUIIJ-IBIIKI) WEEKLY
unscnii-no
riVE DOLLARS A YEAR IN ADVANCE
Snbierlbors nnd ilverilcr will address Mr. Tho. O.
Thrnm, Business Mating r.
All mater for the Saturday Press should be addressed
to the"HATi;HIAV PltHMH."
Falling.
Tlin Inst lenves nro falling,
Knlllngnnd flying,
Alunu tlin ilitk itir
Tho tempest In crjitijr,
T ho trrcs nro nil lmro,
With il volco of despair;
Winter Ii cnllina
Tho loavei to their falling.
fnw fnlr wns tlioir Iradcllnp, I
Thoir Roltlen unfolding!
Thrir verdurous i;looni,
And dclicnto splendor,
Mora lovely tlmn Mourn J
With trnccrr tender
And emerald plnmo
Tho wild forest ntnilcllnff.
Ifow hrlgltt wns their dying t
IVlml riwlinein of iflory,
Tho rnlnbow defying,
On monntnln Blues lying,
In valleys reposing 1
Wlml wonderful ntory
Their bravery told
In scarlet nnd gold t
lint wnn with tno cold
Thoy nro falling nnd flyln?.
Yet, onco denpilrlng,
A low volco Is Ringing !
Thoy hnvo tlieir repairing J
I'nr down In tho enrth
In Rpringtitno I repirlng
Her wonderful birth.
Her over upbringing,
Itcitornnt mirth.
Itut for theo, but for thee,
Solo lonf on tho tree,
All gono lirforo theo,
Wlml flpringtimo shall bo ?
1 lmro rcnmlnetb for nil
That thou full.
Himt Terr; Cooke lit Itutfjx)i(tent.
Tho Extinction of American Forests.
At tho nnnunl mooting of tho Chicngo
Lumiicrtnon's Exchange, tho Prcsidunt
Hinted in Ills nddrcsH thnt owing to tho
cnormoiiH growth of tho lutnhor business: it
will tnko only twenty years to cxlinust tho
groat pino forostn of tho country, if tho
present rnto of doplction continuo. This
is a startling nnd a Huggcstivo fitntemont.
It is not nltogothor n now dnngcr thnt it
confront!) us with, for public nttontion hns
Irocn cnllod to tho Hiibjectmoro or loss earn
estly during tho past ton yoars. Congress
Iiam gono so far ns to appoint a Gomrnis
fiioticr of Forestry, whoso reports havo
simply confirmed all provious apprehen
sion h in this connection ; but no practical
measures havo been adopted to chock tho
rapid destruction of timber, or to provido
for its replacement horoafter. If, there
fore, tho present rato of destruction will
bring us to tho ond of our pino forests in
twenty years, what nro wo to do when that
end is ronchod ? Nothing is moro ccrtaiu
than that wo must provido for this great
demand in Homo other way, or sufler tho
penalties of our neglect. A country de
prived of timber must substitute somo
other materials whorovor possible. It must
build with brick or stone. It must import
lumber. It must ccaso to uso wood for
fuol. It must in fact rovolutionizo many
important industries, in which largo capital
has boon sunk, nnd it must incur hoavy
lossos and Huflforings boforo it can reinstate
itself. On tho other hand, if Congress hnd
prescience and wigncity enough to follow
tuo oxamplo ol lranco, it could ensily pro
vido for tho reproduction of tho groatcr
part of tho dostroyod forests iu twonty
yoars, aud thou whon that period had
elapsed there would bo a fresh supply of
lumber equal at least to what now romnins.
This is tho only wiso nnd practical courso
to pursue, but wo rcgrot to say that tho
probability of its hoing pursued by Con
gross appears vory small. So long as men
can steal timber nnd mnko fortunes out of
tho robbery, bo long will thoy bo enabled
to resist any statcsmnnliko effort to pro
eorvo nnd roplnco tho now rnpidly disap
pearing forests, nnd so long will protests,
predictions, and romonstrances on this
subject pnss nliko futilo. Sacramento
Record- union.
The Steam Yacht " Anthracite."
In May of Inst year this littlo vessel,
which is only 27 tons register, 70 tons
gross, was commissioned to make a voyage
ncross tho Atlantic for tho purposo of test
ing the working of tho Forking high
pressure system at sea and of demonstrating
its advantages for ocoan work. Previously
to herdeparture she was tostod by Mr. F.
J. Bramwoll, C.E., F.R.S., in a vory thor
ough maunor for economy of fuol, nnd
with excellent results. Ilor voyage out
and homo was most successful, nnd in a
trip which sho madouf tor returning showed
thai lior engines nnd machiuory wore none
tho worse for wear after having steamed
10,000 miles with tho steam pressuro vary
ing from 300 to 400 pounds por squnro
inch all tho time, during which it appears
that no repairs whatever havo been ueccs
ury to cither her engines or her boiler.
While tho Anthracite was in America tho
naval, authorities of tho United Stntos
ntado'a trial of tho machinory for four days
and nights continuously in tho Brooklyn
Navy-yard; the results, however, have not
been published. After that trial sho steamed
to Philadelphia, and thenco to Falmouth
and on to .London, doing 3126 knots on 25
tons of coal, less that consumed in the gnl
ley. Tho total numbor of revolutions mndo
by tho onginos since starting from England
is 8,484,245 The captain and crew ex
press taemselvos as being so satisfied with
the workiug of tho little craft that thoy are
ready to take ber another voyago across
tho Atlautio or to the most distant part of
the world. The Anthracite is not only tho
mallest steamer that has ever steamed
across the Atlantic, but is probably tho
only one of her sixe in England that could
perform such a feat. London Tunes.
Another steamship arrived at San Fran
cisco from Hongkong, hns commoncod to
out freight and passenger rntos. Thoy aro
offering to carry flour al $5 aud tho Pacific
Hail Co.'s boats must meet them or sail
comparatively empty. The Now York
Jftrald says : "cEveu China can afford to
nap Her fingers defiantly at the United
States flng whon it covers a merchant vos
..!. The PuciHc Mail, the only American
line of steamers eugugod in tho foreign
trade, is finding a determined competition
in the new Chinese line, and as the latter
cm, buy ships for one-half the money that
Americans are compelled by our idiotic
MYigaUen lawn to pay, the tight will last
jast so long' as the Celestial care to pro
loagit "A'. F. lper
Hahnemann, the founder of the homoo
nnatkia sehool. was ooe day consulted by a
waaltfcr Baalish lord. The doctor listened
patieawy to the patient. He took a small
phial, opeaed it, and held it under hie lord
sbna7M& '" Smell I Well, yoa are
cured." The lord aaked ia surprise, " How
much do I, owe VBr" i"A thonsaad
rraMis,n WM'MMNfty. Hwlwi'faim
Ulv MlUd oak
oat a Dank oe Mia Mia it
MMrtw dootoc'i
imm, "SmUI VUi
jMrt!M4."
Saturday
VOLUME I.
A Buried City in New Mexico.
Tho Albnqiirrquo (N. M.) Jicview fur
nishes tho following:
About twonty-two miles south-weqt of
Albuqucrquo tho ruins of nn nncictit city
havo been discovered, which, it is claimed,
wns ono of tho soven cities of Ciboln. Tho
ruins of a largo church or tomplo havo
been discovered which mcasuros over two
hundred feet square. Some hammers havo
nlso boon unearthed, but nothing iu tho
fihapo of sharp edgod or stool tools havo
been found. About fivo miles from this
lnrgo ruin twonty.u'vo old smelters havo
bcon discovered. Mr. Pntterson has nlso n
lot of pottery, consisting of drinking ves
koIs used by ttieso old 'nhnbitants of tho
country. Tho vcseoIs nro of various do
signs, representing several species of birds
nnd nntclopcfl. Somo of tho specimens nro
dtriped nnd (.potted, with a black coloring.
An old minor named Uaxter found, in dig
gingdown, n chamber nbotit ton fcotsqunic,
having on ono sido n fircplnco, ncross which
hung n crane having n clay hook, and at
tho end of tho hook was a bone. On tho
opposito sido of tho fircplaco was found tho
skeleton of a man in n sitting position, who
wns evidently wntching tho bono roasting
for his meal, whon ho and his habitation
wns overwhelmed iu ruin by a stiddon dis
charge of lava from tho mountain. Thoro
nro Inva beds near thoro extending about
fifty miles, nnd Mr. Pnttorson is of tho be
lief that tho outiro population, in somo
former period, must havo boon suddenly
exterminated by n grent volcanic eruption.
Ho thinks nt ono timo tho crator of theso
mountnins wns sixty miles long nnd from
fifteen to twenty miles ncross, nn eruption
from which would destroy every living
thing within a hundred miles.
Tho following is nn incidont dnring tho
last China war, whou tho nulhor was ono
of a vory small forco sent to guard n pas
Bongor steamer from Hongkong to Can
ton :
" I first saw nil tho passongors of courso
Chinese passed under hatches, nnd put n
sontry over them to watch thoir proceed
ings. Wo thon stonmed nwny up tho river.
"Two o'clock came, nnd with it dinner;
nnd I now found wo had two young ladies
amongst three or four other European pas
sengers. Theso two girls woro going to
Whampoa, whoro thoir fathor had somo
business in connection, I think, with tho
docks at that placo. Wo hnd hardly com
menced our ropast whon tho report of a
gun ronchod us, nnd looking out in tho
diroction from whonco it came, I saw n few
junks stealing quiotly out from n creek
which entered tho river just under tho
shadow of somo low hills on which tho
pagoda marking tho second bar stood.
Anothor shot now followed, then a third,
nil falling short of tho stoamer, but in a
vory good line. In less timo than it takos
to rclato it, no loss than forty-four junks
had oponcd ont, each pulling eighty or
ninety oars, and nrmed with ten or twolvo
guns. Thoro wns no turning back ; our
only chanco lay in onr speod, nnd being
nblo to run past without tho machinery bo
ing damaged. Tho engineers sat on tho
safety vnlvo, or did something equally
effective I got tho ono 12-poundcr gun,
which was mounted on tho forecastlo,
trained for tho thickest mass of junks.
Tho other men, oxcept two who woro on
guard ovor tho Chineso passengers, oponcd
tiro from nft, nnd wo returned John China
man s ennnonado nB hard as wo could load
onr ono gun. Thoir guns soon found our
range, nnd the little stoamer wns riddled.
Tho boiler wns struck whero two plates
overlapped, and just started sufficiently to
lot the steam and wnter como spitting out.
Throe inchos on either sido it must hnvo
brokon tho plate, nnd thou, of courso, it
would havo bcon ull up with us. Tho chief
officer wns n Portugueho, and wns Rtccring
tho vessel. lie, liowover. lost his head
through sheer fright, nnd putting tho helm
hard over, ran tho steamer for tho bank.
If wo hnd touched,, not a soul would hnvo
csenpod. Fortunately, tho captain saw this
littlo episodo of his chief man, rushed to
tho whool (I don't know what ho did to tho
Portuguese), nnd altering tho holm, wo
jnst shaved the bank, only stirring up the
mud ; but it wns a very closo thing. For
twenty minutes wo were unaer lire, ana
got romnrknbly woll peppered. I would
not hnvo believed Chinamen could tiro so
woll at n quickly moving object; but then
thcro wns such a numbor of junks, nnd
nbont 450 guns, half of which, I supposo,
wcro firing. Steam told against manual
propulsion, and in tho nbuve-tnontionod
timo wo wore out of range, nnd very soon
nfterwnrds snug undor tho guns of a forty
gun frigate lying nt Whnmpoa."
Wo do not got mnny books from naval
officers. Nevertheless, those who hnvo
Captain St. John's opportunities and his
facility of utilizing thorn might always bo
suro of a reading.
SCHOOL OF COQKEM RESTAURAN1,
Richards Straat,
Between Merchant and Queen Streets,
Board t4 per week. 2 1 Meall lekets t4.
W UVKR (IRttWBINO.-Ntt
KIIMII.-A
limited number of boarders only.
Strict attcn-
tiin to their comfort a specialty. NO CEI.ESriAl.S
KMPl.UYKl).
ljuallty, cleanlln
Inrss. ana econo uv nn.
able me to set thu best toblo In Honolulu. Uilland
iudgoforyuuraehes. For Hill of Faro seo Oasarrs.
Mum ALFHKD 11. 11UUU11TON, Proprietor.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex LATE ARHIVAL8,
lZjci.xvo IiotofHay
OF THE NEW CHOP. ALSO,
Whole and Ground liarley, Oats, Bran,
and Alfalfa Jlai.
W carry the largest stock of Hnne Feed In this
Kingdom, and we are always prepared to All all order,
irlltt accustomed promptness, aud
AT LOW RATES FOR CASH,
swr Orain Qround to Order
Wheat, Corn, Cracked Corn, Oil Cake, Middling,
Mixed Feed, etc., always on hand,
Uto LAINK j CO.
L. G. SRESOVICH ft CO.,
IMPOBTKKS AND DKALKIIS IN
FRESN FMHTS& CAUFOfWlA PROOUCC
ALSO
CTuta of very kind
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TrvMk iMiwa Oyttm 1b tk Dull
H. W. SEVERANCE,
Hawaiian Coiuul & Commission Merchant
7 316 California Ht., C')., Itnnm No. I. ly
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
Merchant St., Honolulu, II. I.
EDWARD PRESTON.
Attorney nnd Counsellor nt Law,
06 Krt Htrect. Honolulu.
1
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
KB Kort St., Honolulu,
Fashionable Milliner nnd rDres Maker.
I New Ooo(H anil .Style rrcMvrcl every month. ly
J. M. OAT & SON, SAILMAKERS,
Makcc'a Flre-l'rojf Block,
Honolulu, H, I.
S3 Flags of all descriptions made nntl repaired., ly
DR. N. B. KMERSON,
xxxiraxoxviv akjjd styxtaiaoiv
Olllceat Dr. HolTmann'a Drug SHorc, 21 Merchant Ht.
Setldencr, corner Kukul nnd Fort ttrrct (tlieold Kriigcr
premises) Olllce hours Si to 11 a, m, g to I r. n. 3 lim
jTnott & coT
Importers and Dealers In Stoves, Ranges,
Mctaln, llmno KurnlMitni; Qoodn, Crockery, Ola nnd
China Ware, l'ractlcal Mechnulct, Honolulu, Hi I.
L iy
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
G IVo. la Ulltir. Ntrorl. j
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.,
IMfinTIEIIS AND DKALKIIS H
Moot". Shoe, Fiirnlnhlni; flood", Hat. Caps, Trunks,
ValUes, l'crfumcry nnd Hoaps, Wnlthain Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc., rorner of Fort ard Merchant Ms.,
Honolulu, If. I. 1 ly
M. DICKSON,
Photographic Artist,
HM and 101 Fort Street,
rictnrca of all sizes and kinds made to order, and
Frames of nil descriptions constantly on hand. Also,
Shells, Corals, and Curiosities of tho I'aclflc. a ly
L. W. HOPP,
Cablnot Master, tTpholsterer, Dealer In
Furniture,
No. 83 Klnc Street, between Xniiann nnd Fort Streets.
Mattresses constantly on hand or made to order.
?Jl
thos. o. thrum.
Importing nnd Mnnnfaotnring Stationor.
Nows Agent. Book Binder, &c,
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine. Stationery. Hooks, Music, Toys and Fancy Goods,
1 Fort Street, nenr Hotel, Honolulu. ly
W. . WENMKit. JOHN BWENKUZ.
WENNER A CO.,
Fort Street, opposito Odd FcIIowb' Hall,
Mnnnfaoturing Jewelers, Diamond Sotters,
Engravers, and Dealers in Jewelry of all kinds. Shell
and Kukul Jewelry rmtdn to order. Orders also re
ceived and faithfully attended to for all kinds of Hair
Work In Jewelry or Momorlal Designs. 1 ly
FRANK OERTZ,
fiBfl BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
So. 1W Merchant St., next to Thos. G. Thrum.
Boots mill Nbocs Mnilo to Order, of nest Jin-
tiriiil,iMil nt Iteiisoulilo l'rlecs.
Boots and Shoos made for Cash only
ajy
M. S. GRINBATTM 8c CO.,
Importers nnd Wholesalo Don.le.rs in Gene
ral Merchandise,
3 Makco's Block, Queen Street. ly
M. S. GRINBATTM & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
214 California St., San Francisco.
Special faclllttos for nnd particslar attention paid to
2 consignments of Island produce. ly
VOXjOA..VO SCOX7S3
CKATKK IF OI' KII,,UK.
W. H. IiEWTZ, MANAGER.
Flcnty to eat. a rnnstner tire, clean beds, and tho best
attendance on the Hnwalian Islands
Visitors requiring uny unusual display of volcanic
action will kindly pivo Mauapcr at least ten days notice
In flne weather, and from eleven to thirteen In foul.
ft ly
HONOLUX.T." STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE A BROTHER, Proprietors,
NUUANU SHKET.
rilot. Medium and Jfuvv Dread always on hand nnd
niacin to order Also, Water, Soda aud Butter Crack
ers, Jenny Lind Cakes, &e.
Ship Dread re-lmkcd on tho shortest notice. Family
Dread, made of tho Dcst Flour, baked dally and always
on hauu.
N. II.
-Bromn Br rail of the Best Quality
Sly
T. J . MOSSMAN,
Importer and Dealer in Crockery,
Flaln and Decorated Porccbln, Cut nnd Pressed Glass,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chandeliers, Lamps,
Chimneys, Etc.
Fire Proof Store, cor. Kli'C and Nuunnu Sts., Honolulu.
2Jy
E, COOK WEBB.IM. D.,
IH'omoopathlst,
(Lato Chief of Statf IIouii'op.ithlc Hospital, Ward's
Island, N. Y.)
Ufllco CO Fort Street. -Special attention to diseases of
women and children.
OlUce hours Until 10 a.m. 2to4r.M. 8 ly
Q, StGBLKEN. O. ENOLINO.
G. SEGEI.KEN A CO.,
No. 0 Nuiuimi Street,
Tinsmiths and Plumbers, Dealers is Stoves,
Ranges, Tin, Shet Iron and Copp r Ware, keep con
stantly on hand u full assortment of Tinware, Galvan
ized Iron and Lead Pipe, India Hubber Hose, ic, c.
3 ly
JUGGINS A JESSETT,
Nos, SO and OS King St.,
Corriarre Builders, Trinv
rW
men, Painters, Varnishers
All kinds of Itepalrlni; attended to, and Kood work
guaranteed at Low Hntea. 8 ly
A. I.. SMITH,
41 rnnT stiixet, inroiixan anu dealer in I
M'rlden Quudrnplo Platod Ware, niasswurc. King's
Combination Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Brackets,
Vases, Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy Snaps, Picture
Frames, Woitcnholm'a Pocket Knives, Scissors, Pis
tols, Powder. Shot and Ammunition, Clark's Spool
Cotton,. Machine Oil, all kinds of Machine Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashions, Solo Agent for the uni
versally acknowledged
Eight Running Domeatlo Sawing Machine
It. x. wuitnet. Established 1830. j, w, robkutsoh
WHITNEY A ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney)
Importing svnd Manufacturing Stationers,
Publishers, News Deaden, Book-
Binders and Paper Rulers.
IS 31 Merchant Street, Ilunoluln. II. 1.
B30 30
CAHTlili A 1IATCU,
Lttomoyei At Xja-VsT.
W. lb OaHTI.K, Notary Public, stteod all the
Courts of the Kingdom.
Particular attention paid to tho negotiates of Loans,
Conveyancing, Collecting, etc, swr Money to loan on
Unrig age.
I) nice No. It Kaahumauu street, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Ulaada. m ly
O. W. JMCI'Alla.ANIi A CO..
IMP0KTXR8 AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Robluiou'a rire-proof Building,
Qussn ItrMl, Uoaolulu, H, I.
aasNtaroa
The Olugow and Honolulu Una of Packets.
John tlay A (V Mvroul and Loudon Packets.
The waixapn ruination,
The gpencar I'lanUllon, llllo,
Ilakalau I'UnUllun, llllu.
Mlrrl.es, Tall t Wanon, Kogar Machlaery,
The PuuloaMn.p ItanchUoropasy. 'TV
THON, ii. TIIKIIN,
(yroBTiNO and auMcrturvrtiMa
TATI0HM, MEWS AOEIT, B00K-BIMOKR AMB
PAPER KULU,
Mrtbt St. near Fort, and fort St. near Hotel, Hooolula
Oahu. II. I. ,
Also, Pobll.h.r of the lUwallaa Almno and Annual,
and llawsllsn Ulrrctory and Calendar, Ac, Ac.
The Merchant attest el lata will b d.volad la O.n.ral bis
lloatry, UUak Book., Nam aad Binding lepartintnta.
TO. tatt .U.. Slurs will ciabrsc Ifiss ulloasy. Books,
ArtUU' M.ltrUU, Tors aud Fane) Ponds. M ly
.c. u. . r.'sosisass
AI.I.KX A K4B)IMII2.
At Koblsaoa's Wka'f,
DaaUrt la lumUr all kUAg tt BollAiM
MAUftolakiPaUU, 0, MaiU, ., ..
iii or scaooaisa
KALIAKALA.
KVLAMAMV.
KBKACLCOMI.
MAB.Y aiXsW,
fAVAMT,
hJ
, -- yiUM A
w !,
f
aAaala . aaaaslaaai Islaaala.
SSSVS. SBSBBS w
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY,
wii,ii:it uo.
Corner or Fort and Queen Ptreeta Honolulu,
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Ralli, Salt and Building
(8"o-i MaturUlaofsvnry kind.
nt::.!. ii. Aiwriiv,
oovirawiiijoR Ar tiaiv
HVi ??o. 13 Kaahnmann street.
BARTOW & TUCKER, Auctioneers,
Sales Itoom, No. 68 Queen Street.
Neitdjor to Wm. H. Irwin Co's. . 803 ly
l A. MCHACri'.K Ac 'CO..
Importers A Commission Merchants
o 11 1 llonnlnlu HallsnlUinli ly
O. M. ;i,MI.TIIiN. iU'i'jJf..
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Olrlce Corner Fort and lleretsulaHls. Honolulu. H
K. I. AIsAJIM,
Auctioneer and Commistlon Merchant,
qneenStrMl.Hnnnlnln.IM. "My
i:i. i4i,i'nciii,Vi:;i;k a co.,
importers and commission merchants
Honolulu, Osliii. H. I. 03 ly
F. T. IiENEHAN A CO.,
Importers nnd Commission Merchants,
H.)1 Nuuami Street, Honolulu. 10
A.
H. CI.IUilllOKft A. Co..
IMFORTtaS AMD DEAUSI IN
V
Gouoral 3VXoxolxA.9a.clli
7P CttrnerQtisen and Knnhtiniahii Streets,
ir
ii. iia;ki'i:i,i sc co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION A0ENTS,
Queen Street. Ilunoluln, II. I. I421yl
A . W . II V H II .
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
Bi y Ml Fort Street, Hot olnln.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker,
101 Fort street, Honolulu, II. I.
BM flu ly
iioi..l.i:n al co..
Ship Chandleri and Commission Merchants.
mporlersnnu bealersln Ooneral MerchaudUe.Uueen Street
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. "10 ly
i. f. ciii,i:k a co..
DEALERS IN DRY 000SS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
Flre-proofgtnre, Fort St.. abovrOiM Fellows Halli 8IB-ly
i,Aiii: a co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Importers of nnd Dealers In liny. Drain, slid Urneral
rrijflurr. Iloiiululu, Hi I.
Ml ly
JOHN II. I'ATV,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For the States of California nnd New York.Offlee at the
Hank uf Dlshop A Co., , Honolulu. o83fl ly
.IOIIN 'I'. WATKKIIOIJtfi:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
825 Qnccn Street, Honolulu, H.I. ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con-
tracts for Labor.
SIS
Interior Office, Hon lulu.
iy
if. :. jicinTViiii a mto'i'iiKK.
GROCERY, FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of Kinir and Fort streets,
HONOLULU. 814 Iy
11UBT. LKWK.ltS, C. II. COOKE.
LEWKltN A COOKE,
Successors to Lzwzns & Dickson,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER
And all kinds of Hullding Materials,
Fort Street. BOS ly Honolulu.
DII.I.INUIIA9I A CO..
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cntlery, Dry Qoods, Paints and Oils, and General Mer
chan'Hse. No. 37 Fort Street. Honolulu. f'H8 ly
J. III. WHITNKY, M. ., I. 1. S.
Dental Roomi on Fort 8tret,
O fllcc In Brewer's, Illock, corner Hotel and Fort streets.
611 ly Entrance, Hotel btroct
CLAUS SI'IIECKELS. WM. 0. inWIN.
W.H. . IRWIN A CO.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu. II. I.
807
i:. O. IIAL.L. A NOK,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Dry Ooods.l'atuts, Oils and Oeneral Merchandise, '
820-ly CornsrFortand King Sts.
u. a. t. CAB?sa, o. joaia, Ua.
C BRSWIjH & CO.
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
in Honolnln, Hawaiian Iilaadt. '
A. W. PEIRCE A CO,,
SHIP CHANDLER8 1 COMallSblOh MERCHANTS
AOKNTS toil
II rood's Cluns and Bomb Lances,
l'.rry Davis' Psln Killer,
830-1 No. 40 Queen wtreet, Honolulu. ly
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments! to Con
tracts for Labor.
Ofllce at T. M. S. Dock, Esplanade, Honolulu, H. I.
Kit 15 ly
ci'.cn. iiKonn.
ATTORNET AND C0DN8ELL0R AT LAW.
NOTAKY I'UIH.IC.
And Agent for taking AcknowleAguienUof Instramantsfor
the Island of Oahu.
oH's No. 8 Kaahnmann Street, Honolulu, H.I. ly
THEO. II. UAVIKN,
Late Janios, Oaiss k Co.J
IMPORTER AMD COMMISSION MERCHANT
aid AaexT roa
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
Ilrltlah and foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. o83! ly
I. . CAaTlK. ATHSBTOH
C4NTLI! A COOKK.
SHIPPING AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IMPORTERS AND
Dealers In General Merchandise,
No. SO KlngStrest, Honolulu, llawallaa Islands.
.... AOKNTH fort.
The Union Insurance Company of Han Francisco, ThsNsw
England Mutua) Life Insurance Company, Boston.
The Oregon Packet Line, IThe Kohala Plantation,
Itr. Jayna A tfon'sCalsbratad Tha Haiku Plantation,
Medicines. IWalalna Plantation,
Whe.l.r A Wilson's Rowing! llanmkiia Plantation.
Machines. (nsorj lyl I
BISHOP ft CO.,
tVN'BLSlXlS,
HONOLULU, I I I IUWAIHK UliANDX
, . PRAW EXCUANaK ON...
I HE IMK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : SM FMMIK0
AD TBSIS AD IN IS IS
IS SW York,
Boston,
Paris,
Anehlssul,
THE ORIEITII lNK CMPOMTION, : : LONtM
ASD TBSIS SBilCillSIX
lions; Hengi
B)jritiie)r, and
Melbonrae,
And tran.act a O.n.ral Hanking Business. MS ly
HYMAM 'BROS,,
Imjiofters of Grniral Merckmiisi
FBOM
FRANCE, ENOLAND, OERMAHY, AND
UNITED STATES,
No. 9 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I,
MVBIAM .,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
1 aad 18 California Street,
A r BAN VINVS),
HT" Particular attantloa paid lo tiling and shipping
Island orders. 8S8 ly
ITS.
,'s
JSStSSu!lEUt! Km
Press.
APRIL 2, 1881.
ED. C. ROWE,
Hcmse and Sifpt Painter, Paper Hanger, Ac
' 'y 0 W7 KlnR Street, Honolulu. 3
wot. JonriMonr.
Morobant Tailor.
7Hi No.Hb Fortxt.,helowr Dr. stangenwald'a. ly
c. ;. coiiii.nA.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
llnrso Nhoelns;, Cnrrlnsie Work,
I'lnnlntlnii Ulncliliiery, At.
803 Shop on King Street, ncit Castle A Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
3B Honivr,
Practical Confectioner, Pnstry Cook and Baksr,
813 71 Holi-1 street, between Niinann nnd Fort. 8 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
rtP1 "TRAJt K,(ll.Mr.N, HVOAn Mlf.T.H
tialW Hollers, Cuolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Castings
Machinory of Evory Description,
n- Made lo Order Tfa
Particular nttontion paid to Ship's aiacksmlthlng
a-J01I WOKK saeciiled nn theshnrlesl nollce. fo8ia ly
TIIO.IIAN li,CK.
MAOHINI8 T",
Jfo. 40 Fort Nlrcrl, gj j
will attend to nil orders In the &$
LOCK, GUN I GENERAL REPAIR LINE.
He will give spclal attention lo rleanlng, repairing
and regulating Hewing Machines, nnd all other Kinds of
I.lRht Machinery and Metal Work of every description.
Illackainllhlng, etc.
Also, on hand and for sale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Maohines
Miiii. Pistols, Khot, Aminntilllon,
MCaehine Oil, Xffccdles, aVc, eVc., ke.
Hewing Machine Tuckers, Hinders, nnd all other extra
and dupllcnto parts of machines supplied on short notice.
tt- Heat Machde Twlst.-Set
fiolt Agent in thU Kingdom for
Tho Florence Sewing Machine, from ts'o to ISO.
Whlto Sewing Mnchlne, from to 75.
Homo Shuttle Hewing Machine, fiom il! to I3S.
W Including nil films SOS ly
I IIAVK HEODRKO A
FIRST -CLASS HORSE -SH0ER
And am prrpnrrtl to carry on thin Branch
ol my IHisluess In n innnnvr satis.
factory to my l'atrons.
OWNERS OPFINE STOCK
Will do well to give me a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be faithfully attended to.
8M3m C. WEST.
GrXM.fxr'&, Jelly,
MANUFACTURED OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
BY
F. 3E3C O H. 3ST,
Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
33.SCXIX1.-V
Pioneer Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon nnd Tamarind Syrups always on hand
T ct m a, rina
I'ut np In A. No. 1 Itc(lned Sugars, highly
recommended for Sea voyages.
American, French, English
and
German Pastries
Madoto Order at short Notice'
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the highest Stylo of Art.
Rich fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Cocoanutoad
Cream Candles.
No. 71 Hotel Htrect bet. Nituann and For
til ly qr
Al the Old Corner, Front and Walanulnul Sts.
A. S. CLECHORN & CO..
ABOTIONEEBS, IMPOUTEHB AND
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Groceries, Hardware,
Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Dry and Fancy Goods, etc.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Hoods
Late Importation, In great variety.
Choicest Brand of Tobacco and Cigars.
FULL AND COMPLETE
ASSORTMENT OF CANNED GOODS
Fresh Importation.
Orders from tho country promptly and carefully eie.
cuted.
Particular attention glvou to the purchasing of goods
on special orders, either In Honolulu or at the Coast, by
our special agents.
19 3m J. H. MABY. Manager.
THE LIVERPOOL LONDON ft GLOBE
INSUEANCE COMPANY.
Established ISM.
UnUamlted Liability to Stockholder.
Assets
Hcserve
Income for lBTUi
... $31.3)6,100
....$ e,Tw,(
,odq
Premiums received after deduction of rein
surance. .... , , $ 6,384,396
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
13m MIMHOP afc Co., Agrata.
FIREMAN'S FUND
Insurance Company.
A. Leading Home Company.
Assets, June Mta To7,9T,IT
Additional Cash Capital (now being called In) 450.0UOJX)
Total Assets ,., ,, 1,1I7,1UT.17
THE FIllK&fANFirarD INSUR
ANCE COMI'ANV basis IU cUlma to Ida beat
Eatronags upon Us sound financial condition, reinforced
y Its accession of capital, giiluf it nrer a million
dollars In assets; lis estenslre systmn of Agencies, In
suring It a largo premium Income, without the neces
sity of heary concentration of lines t Its adherence to
the best principles and practices of Underwriting! by
open, fair and clearly expressed coatracts, and prompt
and equitable adjustment and payment of legitimate
losaea.
For serenteen years tt has been favorably known st a
cnassieatlv. underwriter, aad daring Uul Unit has
paid orer
4.Q0O40O nr Loan
Fusing triumphantly through the hrarleit coaaagra
tlons known In modern history,
1MHHP ., AwsjM,
la Honolulu. H. I. .
NOHTH GERMAN
mi iMiuftAVoi coMFsunr,
CaMal, Flv MHHaai ItkhMurl..
mmm havisj. rhebt
far th aboys Coaspaay, ar
a " I f.
- -
m Smbsu eeiAal Sa aSKA af aaaai' saaMaakla rfti.eeilea
rsjssaas a'ssanssasssss
m appoint ogsstw
now Nevdr to
SB,-, - kAaV(aa. .gijaji
NUMBER 31.
Boston Board f Underwriters.
4 OKIST8 for tho Hawaiian Islands,
J soi.i c, nnumfltAco.
Phllanelphia Board or Underwriters.
AOKIHTH for the Hawaiian lalsnrls,
wi-iy c. n n kv kr co.
Tit A AS- ATI, ANTIC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
r irAnniTtin,
Capital t : : Six Million Rctchimarlt.
KINKS I.JNl!n:n O.V IIIIIMMXUN, MRU.
. chandlso and Furniture, on liberal terms, br
uiHI lr If. ItACKrKMl CO., Agents.
V. A. MOIIAKFKK,
AOKJfT nrtlrrmen Ilosril orVmlerwrlters,
Agsnt of Dresden Posrd of Underwriters,
Agent of Vienna Hoard of Underwriter.
Claims agalnt Insurance Companies within the Jnrlsdletlon
o f the abote Hoards of Underwriters, will h ate to h ert
fled toby thsslioTagsnt to make tli.m valid. fM ly
iiA,nMiiitjiiiuti:.fir.n
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Tiif. itxnt:nMi4M:i kaviivo np.r.N a p.
pointed Agents of tho above Company, are pre
pared to Insure risks against (Ire on Htmip and llrlrk
skviiiiiiih, ano nn .Tirriiiitiis
the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the
ofllce of
"" iy Ifr A. MUIIABFKU CO.
HAMBURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of il am it una.
BITM.niXHN, nKHCHANDlJIi;, Ft!RlI.
TUllEand Machinery Insured against Fire on the
moat favorable terms.
A. JAKI.KK, Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
S)l ly
Insurance Notice.
TUB AOBNT FOR TIIK DHITIKII For-
celveil Instructliins to reduce Hie rates of Ihsiirancs
.JC....-CII iiuiituiiiu hiiu A-uri in me 1'acinc, ann is now pre
Firtr.ll til laann I'nll.'t.. ll.a !.... .,.. Iil. .. .....t.l
reduction on freight per steamern.
, jus.u. it. jiAvir..",
ly W Agent Ttrit. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
Insurance Notice.
TIIK I'NIWKMH.N Kit All: IMtKPAKRn
to write upon Merchandise, per first-class vessels
between this and tho Const I'nrls, covering lose or
damage. If amounting lo 10 per cent, or more, on tho
sound value of the wholo shipment at port of delivery,
upon favorable terms.
. , . t , BISHOP A Co.
Agents of the Firemen's Fund Insurances Company.
Honolulu, Jan. HO, 18S0. 8.1a 3m
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BAN FRANCISCO.
INOOHPOBATED, 1800
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS,
819 For the Hawaiian Islands. 1
Rhenish Westphallan Lloyd
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF X. UI.ADBACII. Rhoulsh Frnaala.
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co.,
Limited,
OF AACIIF.lf. (AIX'IV-CnAPEI.s.E.)
A 1,1. CliAIHN FOR PARTICULAR ATKR.
AUK sustained by Goods arriving here, and Insured
In tno above Companies, have to bo rendu with the cog
nizance of and certified to by tho undersigned, In order to
be valid. 842 ly) J. C. OLA HE, Agent.
FIREMAN'S FUND
INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF SAN FIIAN0I80O.
DPiro and Marino,
Cash Cnullnl. tJold. gOOO.OOO.
Dwell I nK Klalts n Speciality. Detached dwellings
sad contents Insured for a period of three years, fur two pre
mlume In advance.
By writing small lines on carelully selected risks well
distributed, oilers
INDKMN1T SECOND TO NONE.
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
BISHOP A CO.,
g?0 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
LIVERPOOL and VoNDON and GLOBE
INSURANCE CO.
Assets, $26,740,105,70
HAVE EHTARMH1IED AN AUENCY IN
HONOLULU, for the Hawaiian Islands, and tho
undersigned are prepared to write risks against
FIRE ON BUILDINGS, MERCIIANISE AND
DWELLINGS
On favorable terms. Dwelling Risks n Special.
Ity. Detached dwellings nnd coulouts Insured for a period
of threw years, for two premiums In advance. Losses)
promptly sxUusted aud payable here.
84.-mtt manor A Co.
N0ETH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON AND KDINBVROU.
KSTADLISIIKD 1809.
CAPITAL. I.S7,34S
Accumnlatcd and Invested Pund. U, 838, 118
ffniUC UNDKRSIQNKD IIAVK BEEN AP-
J. POINTED AOENTd forth Sandwich Islaoaa, and are
authorised to Insure against Kite upon favorabla terms.
Risks taken In any part of the Islands on Stone and Wooden
Ituildlngssnd merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Iloueea
and Vnrnlture, Timber, Coals, gulps In harbor with or with
out cargoes, or under repair.
tot ly ED. 1'QyrgClII.AKQBP.aCO
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of, Berlin.
FOUTUNA
General InsuranceCompany of Berlin.
THE ABOVE INHUKANTE COMPANIK
hare established a Oeneral Agency here, and the
undersigned, Oeneral Agents, are authorised to take
Risks smalnst the Danger ar the Seaus ( the
Mast Reasonable Rates, and the
Must favorable Terssw.
815 ly IT. A. HCIIAKKKH A CO., Oeneral Agents.
WILDER A CO.,
igesU far the Hawaiian Islstltds,
or TIIK
Mutual Life Insurance Go.
V NEW YORK,
Largsat, Safast ana Maat
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IM THI W0ELD!
Assets (1880). $90,000,000
Vow ia it Good Tim to Inaura
Nods bat Flnt-Class Risks lakta,
Ul.'lu
THE
Ntw Eflflul Mattiil Lift lasiriMi Ol.
Of 0T0N, MAM
IRCORrtsRA TKR, !.
Iht Oldttt Purely Mutual Life Inura Co.im
the United StuUt.
roUslM Xhm4 m Um RssA fcftnkU Tata.
EaqU 1 Nsm-rarlSIt tnmm
IMtORBbAOI. U TsUms-EDINAKT UNI VLk
I Aanual Dreaslsst coallakae roIlM 1 (Mtfs. dsrs
1 Asnual prsaslsa cosllsses Policy 4 years 1 days
t Asosal ssealaat oynllasee FeJUi years R days
4 Annual rresslsss coulisses rollcy yetrsM days
AMaaJpresstasaeoaUaaasretUjiiaysarsMAsfs
saM lesroavtrsi Maavotaia
CAtTL OOOKI. AJlNTt
III
TUB HAWAIIAN IM.ASHHI. If
WIRKMIGGDIO.
E.O.HALL&SON
Mars Jttii Reeeired n Largo
STOCK OF GOODS,
t ?Rls i
Late Arrivals.
Besides our usual full assortment of merchandise, wa
would call attention to the following Items t
OIL! OIL! OIL I
. The standard brands, Soonday and Downer's, fresh
from the Itrilner'.rs. Tho Noonday Oil Is of high test
and Is now considered THERMIT 'AMlljlr IIj
to be had In the market.
LAUD OIL In ensoa nnd In burrels,
LUIIIUOATINO OILS-Loir Prlced-Caalor Oil,
NonU Foot Oil, Orllnder Oil, Chenp Japan for
Hmokcstaek and Iron work.
HaU's Steel Plows,
A full line from Mo. 5 to No. 15. with extra Shares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Molina.
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new article, made for turning trash. Plcait
order samples to try.
Fall's Cane Planters or Ooverera,
A new tool for covering cane seed after being
placed in tho furrow; with It one man
can do the work of three.
Haretow Store Company's Celebrated
Stove, Ranges and Cabooses,
Fanners' Caldrons, assorted.
STUB-FinnMncliinlat'a Tools,
PACKING All Sizes.
Bcltio Twine nnd Fish Linen.
Hubbuck's Faints and Oils
Masnry's Colore In tins, for House or Coach Tainting,
acknowledged by all good painters lo bo the Itttt Maat.
Wntor Filters. Ico Cronra Freezers, KcfrlRoratori,
llydmnlie Jacks, liftino T tons 24 inches, Bar
dick's Foddr Cnttent, Nnila of cTery description,
Lock's of every description, Anioskenij Denims,
by tho Imlo or pleco AmoskenK Ticking, by tha
piece.
I'OWDElt BlnstlnR, Giant nnd Horcnles, Sport
Powder from )i to 85 lb. tins, Giant Powder and
Percussion Caps.
All for sale cheap by
E. O. HALL & SON,
17
Corner Kins; and Fori Streets-
KECEIVED THIS DAY
EX BARK KAX.AKAUA.
FEKI)-!AIirOR!HA HAY, AMronJIA
Oats, California Barley, California Ground Barley,
California Corn, California v heat, California llran.
All fresh and In good order, and for salo low by
IIOLLES & CO.
FLOUK.
a OLDEN UATF. EXTRA FAMILY.
Golden Oats Bakers' Kitra,
Kxcelalor Extra,
Ex bark Kalakana, for salo by ItOLl.KM A CO.
GROCEHIE8 KX KAIiAKAUA."
PRIMTOBT at MEHHIM.'N Yenat Powder,
Oolong Comet Tea, English Breakfast Tea,
crushed Hugar, Uranulaled sugar, uuoo sugar.
;ar, uuoo sugar,
BOLLKS CO.
r or oaio oy
1MIOVISIONS.
PRIMR PORK. EXTRA MEHM REEF Iff
barrels, Extra Family Beef In half barrels, Extra
1Mb Pork In M. h and M barrels. Butter In -JO lb kegs
and 4 lb glass Jars; llama nnd Bacon (extra nice), Lard,
For sale by ltOLLKH ot Co.
SALMON.
c
OI.VMRIA RIVER MA I.MOlf IN HARRELR
ana half barrels, canned salmon 1 and 2 lb tint.
T lint r va fr.
LIMK.
ANEW LOT EX BRIO W. II. METER.
For sale by BOLLES A CO.
CH.AH8.
SOME VERT FINE NAMPLKM.
Ex Kalakaua, for sale by BOLLES A CO.
March ID, lbtJL MS 19
Per City of 8ydney. t
1 OO BAGH FIRST QITAXjITY POTA-
J. toes, Bags Sllverskln Onions
California Dairy Butter, In 5!0 lba kegs, and 4lss.
OInss Jars, put up Expressly for our Trade. (.
Eastern Codfleh, Boneless Cudflsh, Eastern Hami,
Eastern Bacon. Comet English Breakfast Tea,
In 0 lb boxes. Comet Oolong Tea, 5 lb boxes.
Salmon, Pilot Bread, Crackers, and Cako, Medium
Bread In Casca. f
PAINTS AND OIXS. ATIiANTIC
Lead, Hubbuck's Lead, Hubbuck's Zinc, '
Verdigris. Black Paint, Chromo Oreen,
Chrnino Yellow. Parle Green, and a
Full assortment of Fancy Paints.
For sale by BOLLES A Co.
BOIIER IilNSKED OIL IN BBLS.
and 5 gallon cans. Haw Paint Oil, the pure linseed,
For sale by BOLLES A Co.
LUBRICATING OIES.
Castor Oil In 3 and h gallon cant; Lard Oil, In
barrels and cans. For sale by BOLLES A Co.
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT,
A full assortment of this celebrated paint In ,
1 and & gallon packages, all the desirable shades and
colors. For salo by BOLLES A Co.
OATS, BARIEY, BRAN, CORN,
Wheat and Hay, per "1). O. Murray'' and "W. II.
Dlmond." For aale by BOLLES A Co.
POTATOES.
ju Anno lot per" city or Sydney." For sale by
BOLLES Co.
c
OliUMBIA JUVER SALMON, IN
uurrcja uuu uau uarreia. for said oy
BOLLES A Co.
CASE GOODS,
A large assortment of Fruits, Meats, Flsb,
Lobsters, Clams, Oysters, Shrimps, Ac.
Just received, and for safe by BOLLES A Co.
MANILA CORDAGE.
A rm.ls AsMWRTMEM r.MSM FROM
arm stxt
: thread to avo Inch.
3 BIS
BOLLES A CO.
BUTTER AND CHEESE,
Kccelrod by the." City of Sydncr.'1 For sals by
BOLLES Co
HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
AN AMeMRTHKNT SF FROM 1 1.
Inch to 8 Inch. Also, Spnnyarn, Selling. Ratlla.
Housellne, Marlins, Hounding, Ac '
S 81 BOLLES A CO.
BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS.
PATKNV IRM ATRAPPBa RLasCsUI
. Metallic Iron Strapped. Blocks, Patent Buskins
Plain Bushing, a fall assortment of slies.
S SIS BOLLKS A CO.
T AI8IN8-EIGHTH8, QUABTXBM
MX Halrea and Whole Boxes of belt Muscats).
ait
OLLKsJ A Co.
CALIFORNIA
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Orders Fitted at Lowest Sites
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