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t "Slfsj;'1 M Lv T' m T m y B K THE SATURDAY. PRESS. X it k w ii ! a r h u v v n us n km week i. y iun icmcmrTtnt riVE DOM. AltS A YEAH. IN ADVANCE Forelert !iihrtlptlan, from , l $7.Mi,c cordlng to dcsllnstlon. .Wiscrlh'r. and Advertiser will sddrca THOU. 0. THIIUM. Manager. All matter for the Hatnrdiy Pre. hr,iild lie atldreed to the "M.nXIII'AV I'llBSS." A Kin At the Door. i rum.lfliiFi) iit nrguMT. W wero ntnmllnu; in Mm duurwnr My Itttto -wife nml Ii Tlio golden miii iikii lirr linlr 1V1I down so silently) A Bin ill wlilln linml upon my nrm Wlint Could I ask fnr'morn 'limn tlin kindly Kl.incniif lovliirf oven An kIio klfli-il mo nt tlic ilmir ? I know alio tote with nil lirr lionrt Tlin rme wlm stands lieilile, And llin yenrn Imvn Ik-mi mi Joyoni Hlnco first I culled her bride. Wn'vrj linil so much nf liniiplnrim Hlnco wn met 111 yearn before, Mnt tlio Impplost tlino uf nil wan when HIio killed imc nt tlio door. Wlio cures for wealth of Uiul or gnld For fnmonr matchless power ? It does not (jlvn ilm linpplnnH Of Just mn little hour AVitli onn who loves me fin Iter llfoj Him myn slio loves me mott And I OiMiiulit the did thin mnrnliiR Wlion nliu kira-ed nie nt the door. At llmrrt It seems llmt nil tlio world, With nil lUflenltunf (fold. Is very smnll nnd poor Indeed Computed with wlint 1 hold. ' ' And wlirn the cloud, hniip, (jrlm nnd dntk, I only think llm morn Of iiiib who waits the corning "tep Tn klin mo nt tlio door. If nho Iota till nu,o Minll scnttcr ItH frimt upon her head, 1 know ulio'll Ioto mo just tlio samo A til" mortilitp; wo wero wed. Hut If tlio niiKcln call her, Anil nho rwh to liorwen before, I hlinll know her when I meet her, For alm'll kiss inn nt tlin door. Reminiscences of Honoluln. No 13. An ovent which occurrod in tlio pnrly pnrt of 1818, nnd which very much oceu niod public uttutitioii, van tho loss, on ChrittmiiH Inland, of. tho Chilcnn ship Marin Helena. Thin vushol loft Honolulu on tlio 20th of Ducnmbrr, hound to tho United Sttitos vin Vulpnrniho, hnvini; hh piwHonKorH, T. H. Stovoim of tlio U. S. Navy, (now Adniirnl) wifo nnd child, nnd his hrothor-in-lnw, V. II. Christio; nnd MinH JoluiRon, nn Amoricnn lndy nccom pnniod by tho dniifrhtur of Mr. Ton Eyck, U. S. Coiiunissionor. Tho ship wns lndon with oil for Now Bodfo'rd, trnnsliippod from AvhaloTH horo. On tho lnt of March, tho innto nnd four men of Ilia Marin Helena nrrivod nt Honolulu U2 dnyH from Christ mnH Iplnnd, in tho -sliip's long-hout. Thoy reported thnt nt .'I o'clock in tho morning of tho Gth of Jnuuiiry, tho ship ran nshoro on tho N.E. point of tholslnnd. ThoimH hcngorH nnd crow, Having most 6f ttioir porHonnl bnggago, with wntor nnd provi sions enough to Inst thorn several months), woro landed without nccident. Besides they found some touts and provisions and twenty ensks of water loft by tho crow of tho whnloshii) Mmart, which hnd been pre viously wrecked thoro. Thoy rigged tho shipTi long-bont nnd on tho Gth of Fohru nry, ono month nftertho vessel went nshoro, dispntchod hor for Honolulu, whero hho nrrivod ns above stated. Twenty-four liotirH nfttr tho nrrived of tho long-bont tho Hchoonor Jiuiililio, Captain Jamison, uni led for Chrihtmns Island, and threo days nftor tho French corvette Handle, Captain Do Borgno, nlso sailed for tho sntnef dostinution, to roscuo tho pnsHengcrs. THis was accomplished nnd thovcssol nr rivod nt Honolulu ngnin on tho 11th of April. Ono of tho pnssongers, Mr. T. H. Stevens, wrote and published in tho J'oly iieiian a full account of the adventures of tho party daring n residence of threo months on n desert island in mid ocenn. Christmas Island lies" in North latitude 1.58, and West longitude 157.32. It was discovorod and described by Cooko, on his second voyage to tho Pncific. In shape something like a horseshoo, it is ono of those coral "atolls," or lagoon islands, "which abound in tho Wostorn part of this ocean, and which nro so dangerous to nnv igators, lying ns thoy do, almost on a lovsl with the son. There nro some coconnut tregnChristmas Islnnd, but not enough to warranfa settlement for tho manufacture of i bii from the nut,, 'as has been done nt FanninjrV Island, its nearest noighbor. Immense numbers of sen birds congregnto there, and. lay tlipir eggs nud hatch their young fri" tho' sand, and various kinds of iisUi&ro abundant in tlio sen and in tho In goon J Turtle nro nlso plentiful. Brack ish wntor iri fdiind in cousiderablo qnariti tios by digging in tho sand, and after using for u time tho palate gets accustomed to it. On tho 10th of April, the, citizens of Honolulu gave a grand conpliinpntary en tertainment a supper and a ball, which wns dignified by the name of n fete to Captain De Borgno and the ofticers of tho SnrfelU and tho Consul of France, as nn expression of their nppreciation of thoser vico done in rescuing the shipwrecked passengers nnd crew of tho Maria Jltlena. .TUojMo took placo in tho stono building of Messrs. ltobinsoh & Co. now occupied as n store-house -which wns then called a " hull," and was the largest single room in tho town, nsido from the churches. All the rank, wealth nnd beauty of tho plnco were thero assembled nearly ull tlio for eign ladies and gontlemon and ninny of tho nntives. The ball (music by " Blnck At II o'clock, tho company sat down to a " MiuniituoUH repast," tho chair being occu- being Mr. Wvllie, the Hawaiian Miuister of tWign Isolations. Among the " dis tingtiishod guenlB" 1 remember (tlio King ana Queen were uot present, but bont their aloha) John Young, tlio I'remlor; A. rati, the King's Chamberlain i M. Kekunnnoa, Govornor of Onlnn J. Y. Kauehoir, Gov ernor of Maui; 1'. Kunoa. Governor of Kuuaij Gmioiul Miller, H. B. M'a Consul General i Joel Turrill, TJ. S. Consul: E. A. Sowerkropi Itoyul Danish Coustil ; William Baker, jr., Peruvian Consul; Horaco Hawes, U. S. Consul for Tahiti; Willinm l'ntrico Dillon, French Cousul, &c, &o. Toasts wore durnk, speeches made, nnd a good time hnd generally. On tho 20th. General Miller, II. B. M'a . Consul Gonerul, eutortainwt at itinuer tho ofiicora of the HatfeUi nud the Consul of Franco, at "JJeretnnin," (tlio premises now occupied byDr.McKibbin.) Tho General, while making n special acknowledgment for tho roscuo of tlio British btibjecU cast away on tho JltUu, took upon himself to imStv the gratitude ot Cfailo for the sav ing of her seamen on the sumo occasion, Chllo having no ropresontati ve bore. Gen eral Miller was present at tho declaration of thjeiuteienilenceof Chiloin 1818, and ha4 hif4Alor niarly, thirty varaa ield ofl&eer's coumissiou from the Government nl that cmintrv. Howasoncedesnerately woiutdd i the war of independence, and umw ) iraum" in iwj. la March, 1848, Capt. Thos. Spencer (uow of Hilo,) arrived in Honolulu iu the wkaleship Jnpi having been separated from bis own ship, the Triton, at Hyien- George. " nnd others) wns oponeu by air. Ten fiyok, U.,fj. Commissioner, and Miul mno' Dillon, tho wifo of tho French Consul. Saturday VOLLFME IT., NO. 14.1 HONOLULU, II. ham Islnnd, in this ocean, by a Bingnlnr nnd perilous ndventure, in tho month of Jnnunry. The Captain wont on shore nt Mm islnnd to purchnso somo mticles from a Portiiutiest) who was liviinr thero 111110111 tlio natives, who were a savage arid war like sot. llnving concluded his business, tho Captain nntl boalscrow returned to tho bonch just before dnrk, only to find t lint tho natives had leniovod tho oars, and on being requested refused to give them up. After some parley, they suc ceeded in getting the oars, but had to fight their wny to the bont through n crowd of two or threo hundred natives. 11 being dink, however, and tho tide low, they were compelled to land ngnin, when tho oars were ngnin taken and tliuCnptain and boathcrew placed under guard. The next morning, tho Poituguese, who was tho only foreigner living on flio Island, accompanied by n dozen or more nntives, embarked in tho boat and went off for the ptnposo, as it nftenvnrds appeared, of taking the ship, Tho next lay thoy ro turned jwHli tjvp boats and a lot of.nrticlos from ilioslii'p, wliicli, they informed Capt. Spencer, thoy had tnken, nnd killed nil hands. The boat's crow wero then mnrched off. Tho Cnptnin making hojuo resistance, wns picked up nnd carried bodily to a small islnnd a short distance from tho shore, where he was surrounded by n cordon of nntives, armed with knives, spears and clubs. One wns ap pointed to tho oflico of executioner nnd was nbout to strike tho fntal blow, when n young nud hundsonio chief woinun n veritablo Pocahontas sprang forward nnd interposing, rescued the Cnptnin. A consultation ensued nuiong tho natives, and after some magic words of incanta tion had boon pronounced, Captain Spencer wns libornted, the nnmo of Uogio was given him, nnd ho was declared taboo. Tho heroine took him under her especial care nnd guardianship. But tho position of the Captain and tho boat's crow on shore was anything but comfortable, for their ship had disappeared, and thoy wero uncertain of tho fato of those on board. Two days after their cnptnru a sail was seen in the oiling, but an attempt to roach her failed. After tho lapse of twolvo days residenco among these snvngo islanders, Cnptnin Spencer nnd his men wero tnken off by n whaleshin that hnnnened tn tnneli at Sydenham Island nnd uventually wero brought to Honolulu as I have stated. Tho story which afterwords transpired of what occurred on lward tho Triton -whon tho Portuguese nnd tho nntivca went off to take her, has a touch of romance in it. It seems that Manuel, tho Portuguese, wont on board and informed tho first officer that Captain Sponcor wished for somo empty casks to bo sent on shore for tho purpose of bringing off tho articles ho had pur chased. Thoro not being timo to got tho casks ready that day, Mnnuol and his natives remained on board over night. At 10 o'clock that night thoy roso on tho ship's company, killed tho man nt tho wheel nnd another, and badly wounded tho mnto nnd several others. Mnnuol did tho shooting, nnd tho mnto, having noth ing to defond himself with, fan nnd jumped into the hold. Whilo tho cooper was lying on tho deck, mortally wounded, and Mnnuol wns cutting him up in a shocking manner, ono of tho mntes pinned the wretch to tho deck with a whnlo lanco. Although their leader wns dead, tho nn tives succeeded in gotting possession of tho vessel, tho two mntes nnd most of tho crow gotting off in ono of tho ship's bonts. Tho nntives proceeded to plunder tho ship, having put a native at tho wheel to run hor on bhore. This man, though a nntivo of the island, belonged to tho ship, and his subsequent conduct shows him to havo been a horo. Instead of stooring for tho shore; whilo tho others wero busily engngod in ransacking for plundor, ho managed to run tho ship oft land. But whon this was discovered ho wns attacked and compelled to run into tho rigging for his lifo. Whilo thoro a bright thought struck him nnd ho shouted "sail ho 1" so lustily that tho natives took fright and all i' limped overboard nnd swam for tho Hhoro. Jeing now in full possession of tho ship, this hero of a South Sea Islander de scended from tho rigging nnd taking tho holm boro down for tho bonts, nnd tho crow got on board. Tho Triton subse quently turned up tall right in chargo of tho first oflicor. The Legislative Assembly for 1818 mot on tho 27th of April, nnd tho session wns formally opened liy the King in person. Tho ceremony took placo in tlio Kawnia hno Church, wliich was crowded with spec tators. Tho King and Queen, accom panied by tho Young Chiefs, nrrived nt 10 o'clock, under 11 snluto from tho Fort, nnd escorted by tho "King's Guard" of native soldiers who did not look quito ns mar tial as those of tho present day, but could undoubtedly havo dono hotter servico, if called upon. Tho sorvicos in tho church consisted of prayer by tho ltov, Mr. Arni- usual on Mich occasions. Tho Nobles and Ilepresontntives snt just boforo the Hoynl Party, ami woro not so numerous n body botly as the legislative. Assembly of tho The Nobles, male nud female, i Pnki nnd Mrs.Koniu Pnki; pro- sent woros Abner John xouug unit iure. Aiapai xouugi B. Nn- makeha, G. L. Kanenu. Paul Knnoa. Charles Kanaina, Aaron Koliinlionui, N. Nnmnuu, K. Knpnakea and Mrs. Keoho kalolo Kapankeu (parents of tho present Jtoynl Family! ; Mrs. Koelikolnui Pitt, Joan Piikoi. Tho Kepresentativos wore only sovon: D. Kanohoa nud Wnhi ueiki from Hawaii, J. Kahnln nnd J. Hulu from Maui, K Kupnnia nnd J, Kekino from Oahu, and Waun from Kauai. Dr. Jiuul, as Minister of Finnnct-, re ported the Trensui receipts for the year ending Mnich ill. 1818, ns amounting to $155,l5S.lU, nnd the disbursements, Sll!!, 501.14, leaving a honlthy balnuco in hand of $11,503.09. Tho Hnwniinu Theatre (lately demol ished) wns built in 1M8, at a cost of nbout S7,000; uud other buildings were tho Cus tom House (now n rico mill) nud tho Gov eminent Printing Office, which was torn down to give place to tbo proseiit Post oflico building in 1870. Hero tho Polyiu $toa uowspaporsaw its palmiost days, un der tho buceossiYo administrations, us "Di rectors of the Gavornraent Press," of Janes, Hitchcock, Hopkins, Hall, and, as disconnected with Government, under the management of Fornander, until ita do miso. For tho year 1848, the saving to the Government by having a press of its own, was said to have' amounted to tho very ro Bpectnblo sum of 3(1,500. H. L. B. Wlitk KlUQlKti. ' Suw rsw iixcm to s inches. rH Mt by HOLLK8 CO. strong, (wiio was styled tlio King's Chap lain,) and tho roading by His Majesty of tho Speech. This, as I remember, con tained nothing beyond tho nlatitmles H. W. SEVERANCE, Hnwnltnn Cnnnl & Caminl.vlnn Mnrchnnt 7 :il(l Cnllfornln St.. t'nl., Iloiini No. I. ly EDWARD PRESTON, Attornny nml Coumollor nl Lnw, ly Ml PorlHIrrrt, llnnolalii. 1 J. M. OAT & CO., SAILMAKERS, .Makef'i l'lrcl'mof lllotk, Honolulu, II, I Ting of nil ileMrlptliHm m.de nml repaired.. J. NOTT Sc. CO.. Importni- nnd Dnnlern 111 Stnvn, Rnnrtr., .Mrtnla, Home 1'urnMilnt; (luoil. C'mckrijr, llin". anil (.ulna Wan-, l'mcllcnl .Mrclnnlcn, lliiiuihilii, II, I i 'y 2T,XS"EC"I3"IR., CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY AND GROCERY. 6 Kn. 13 I, lllliii Street. Jj- JNO. M. BROWN. In.poctor of Wolnhtu nncl Mrnnnre, lit) llcrctaiiln Street. 13 Onlern can be left nt l'nllcr-Hlntlon. dm A. -VI. RICHARDSON & CO., IXI'UIITrn ANU lirALKIt IM Unota. Shoe. l'lirnl'liliiK (Wit, lint., Ci, Trunks, Vll, Perfumery nnu roip. wAiiiMiu itniclirii. VHi i-iiiciewfirr, fie, Uuniiliilu, II. 1. rner nf l'uit nml .Merchant M. I ly M. DICKSON, Photographic. ArtUt, lWandlOIKorfStreel. I'lctnrea of nil tlcea and UIikIk niailn to 'outer, nnd rrmnra of nil ilr.crlpltons conMnnlly on hanil, .Mo. Slid!., Ciirnla, nml lliirlonltlea nl the t'nclDc. 2 ly S. MAONIN, Importer nnd Donlor in Dry and Fnnejr Oood. Boot, Shoes, Ate, AttheOreat Kaitcrn Store. No. (1 rt St., Honolulu M ly I W. HOPP, Cabinet Mnkor, (Ipholxterer, Dealer in Furniture, No. M King Street, lietueen Niiiinnii nml Fort Htrecta. 3InttreMe comtnnily on linmt or mnde to order. "iy THOS- G. THRUM, Importing and Mnnufrtcturinfc Stationer. Now. Agent. Book Binder, Sco., Merclinut Street, mul llcnler In I'lnc Stationery, llookf, Muvlc, Tola nnd Fancy Oood, 1 Fort street, nenr Hotel, lloiiolulii. ly TRANK OERTZ, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER o. Ill Fort St., opposite rantlieon StnMca, llooia nml Nlioen .Undo So Order, or lleflt nn terlnl. nml nl Iteimoiitite I'rlcen. Boots and Shoec mado for Cnsh only a ly M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., Importers nnd Wholcnlo Donlorn in Gene ral Merchandise, 2 Mnkee'a lllock, (tieen Street. ly M. S. GRINBAUM Jfc CO., Fonrardlng nnd Comntlulon Merchant., 214 California St.,Snu Francisco. Special facilities foi ami partlcalnr Attention paid to 2 consignment uf lalnnd produce. ly TTOXjOACTO 33LOXJSE1 C'RATKIl Or OK KIL.tlUM. W. II. LKNTZ, MANAGER. Plenty to eat. n rnnnIiiL' lire, clean beda, nnd the neat attendance on the Hawaiian lvland VlFllorrt requiring any unuaual dlaplny ot volcanic action will kindly rneMnnnpcr at leant ten da notice In Una weather, nnd from eleven to thirteen. In foul 5 ly T. J. MOBSMAN, Importer nud Dealer in Crockery, Plain and Uecorated Porcelain, Cut nud Prcspcd Ol.i.'i, Silver Plated Ware, Cattery, Chandelier", Lamps Chimney. Ktc. Fire Proof Store, cor. Klup; nnd Nunann St., Honolulu. u ly FIIANK II. AUSTIN & CO., Commission Merchants and For warding Agents. Office 'o. 20 California St., San Francisco. Consignment' from the Hawaiian Island dealrrd. The lien Prlcca Warranted, and Sntca Uunrantccd. Wl -4 ly O. BEUKLKKK. ' G. SEGELKEN & COM O. ENO.UNII Ho. B llllanu Street, Tinsmiths and Plnmbers, Dealers i lStoTs, lUuzea. Tin. Sin ct Iron nud -Count r Wore, keen eon Plainly on hand a full nasortmenl nf Tinware, Ulvan . Ized Iron and Lead Pipe,, India Rubber Hotc, Ac, ic. 2 ly MAX ZCKART, Watchmaker, JeweUar, Engraver and Diamond Setter. No. r Knahiimann Street, Honolulu. All order faith fully executed. ii ly HIGGINS & JESSETT, No.. M nud al Kin; St., Carriago Bnllden, TrimhaBk 'mors. Painters, Varnishors iiLfl2 All kind of Itipalrlni; attended to, and coed guartinieeq ni a.uw- naicq. A. I.. SMITH, 41 millT ITIIKKT, IVrOltTCII iNII DIMLEn IS Merlden Jn idrupln Plated Wnre, (llnmvare, Klnc'l Combination Mpectuclc nud Kve lluiet, llracket. Ynae-i, Luttral Wire Wnre, Fancy bnnu, Picture Frainc, Wuteuliolm' Puckil Kntvea, hclor. Pin tol. Powder, Mliot and Ammunltlnii, Clark' Hpool Cotton,. Mnchliin Ull, all kinds of .Machine Needle, "Domeatic" Paper taithlnii, Solo ArviiI or tho mil. erally acknowledged Light RannlnK Domestic Sewing'Machlnc WM. McCANDLESS, No. 0. tneen hlrei'l, t'Uli Mnrket, lie iter In Choice. t Ik'cf, Veal, Mutton, Flth, etc. Fiunlly snd Sliliplni; Urdeia carefully attended to. I.lvu titock furnl.fiuil to veireli. ut short nolle), and Vegetable of all kind anppHed tn order. ?l lyr CHA8. BREWER A CO., -J7 Stllliy Nt., IIomou, Agents of Hawaiian Paoiets, General Commission Agents. Hpeclal attention clvi-n m the purcliaalui; nf tlomli for (he Hawaiian trade. !'nli;lit al the lowest rate. M ly C. E. WILLIAMS, Importer, 'Manufacturer, Upholsterer, and Dealer In Furniture of Kvery lleacrlptlnn. Fiiriil Hire Warn Itonm. No. ill Foil Mtrt-cl. Work bhop nt tho Old Kjtuud on Hotel Struei. t- All Order. Priunptly Atteniledjo. Illy U.K. wiiitmet. Ktabllhed 1W. J. w, noncuTios WHITNEY Sb ROBERTSON (Sueceor to II. M. Whitney) Importing and Manufacturing Stationers Publishers, New Doalers, Book Binders and Paper Rulers. Ill A SI Merchant btrcol. Honolulu, II. 1. 8JS 50 BOP CO., BANKERS, IIONUI.VLU, i I I i HAWAIIAN Isl.ANDH DHAW EXOIIANI1K O.f I HE B1NK OF CALIFORNIA, ; : : ; SIN MAICISCO ASU TIIKtll illlMTa 1M Niw Vork, llostou, I'nrli, Auckland, rrlEOWtHTAI IArlKCOrORATI0, : 1 :'( IHBM ISO TIIIIR CHlMCIIKt IX IIOHif Kuiiki Nyitncjr, and Blsllioarns, And tnniicl a, Otnrral Bsnklue Huilnt. 8-tO ly A. M. HEWITT, Freight and General Shipping Clark. t3rr-All order left at E. P. Adiin.' Auction Room will b promptly attended t". am E. PONTOPPIDAN, M. D, eVmlUt, yfcysUlaa ns Ssrssots, Eye Ditrttca s Bpiclally.' Keildtncoandoffles 117 Fort elrcelsnd ChapUIn Lano(Mr. Chata'a). OfBe honm 10 It a. u. snd ) I r. M. tA 3ml. MRS. J. SIMMONS, Teacher ef Vocal aaai Imtramental Maato No.alllerctsuUrltrect. lM ly qr at ln COFFEK-OLJ) KONA COPPKIS Nl For bl by BOLLltU A C .k y iy I.t SATURDAY DECE ED. C. ROWE. ifou.n nntl Siren Pnlntor, Pnper Innger,&o Mi ly m,Jw.KlnR Strrft. llnnolnlji. i u'iiiii:u ". :., Corner of fort and Cncen Htecta, llnnoliilu, f.umbar, Pnlnti, Olli, NnlW, Salt and Building .Mlly MitnrUli of QTeryklnd. i'. a. .s:ii,ti:ri:it a. ... Importers A. Commission Merchants " Honolulu, Hawaiian lilnmln, O. N. ,tJi1i,1lirH.IN. 91. !.. 8U11OE0N AND HOMEOPATHIC I1IY81CIAN. Oillr--t'i)riier 1'nil anil lleretnnln HI.,, Ilunoliilii. W ;. I. A I A. II IS. Auctioneer nnd Commission Merchant. EC" )urm Street, Honolulu, i:i. o"1".n;iii,iii:'i:k a. ;o., IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS "SM 1 fonnlnl iit)nli n, J t w JOHN RUSSELL, ATToitmjiiv uvrr xiavt 3i Merchant St.. cur, of Fort St. DIP ly r. T. LENEHAN & CO., Importers nnd Commission MerchnVls, MS Niiunnu Mtrett. Hoiiolhlu. ID A. H. VU.V.iitUtMin Ac i'o,. ixronTrn anii iiiiieiii it Gonoral IVIorols.Azi.dlo, l Corner ()ucen nnd Kiialiniuaiiii Htreel. ly II. IIACUsVi:!.!! At ;.. OKNEBAL C0MM18SI01T AOERTS, 8U Huecn Hlreel, lloiiolulii, II. I. ly A . W . It II N 11 . GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER. Family Oroceiy nnd Feed Store. B'7 'y " W Fort Htteet, Honolulu. MRS. A. M. MELLIS, Tashlonahle Dress nnd Clonk Maker, 101 Fort atreet, Honolulu, II. I, Mi. su ly iioi.i.i:n Ac ;., Ship Ohandleri snd Commnaion Merehnntt. Importer and Dealt r In (lent ml Jterchnndle,(Jnccn .) i., iniiiiiiiiiii, ii. ,. ijr J. ffl. vmi-iM:v. .tl. I l. l. N. Dental Rooms on Fort Street, Offlce In Ilrewer'tl)lo.k, comer Ilotelnnd Fort alreeti Wl ly l.nlmiice, llnul bind. ji::ii, mtown. ATTORNEY AND COCHSELtOR AT LAW, NOTAUY Ptllll.IC, And ARcntforlnklnj: Ackiionledijinenti of Instrument fur I the Island of Uiilm. oMS Nn. 0 Kaahumnnu ht., lloiiolulii, II. 1. i.aini: At ;., COMMISSION MERCHANTS , And Importers of and 'Denlcar In Hay, Uiuln, and 811 Ueneral Produce. Honululii, 11. 1. Jy- aoiin 'V. WATKIIIIOIlM IMPOKTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. 877 Queen ritreet, Honolulu, II. I. ly JNO. A. HASSINGER, Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con tracts for Labor. S7U 3 Interior UtUce, Hon luln. ly ii. i:..iici'i'i'Uir: Ac Jiito'i'iiiiit, GROCERY. FRED STORE and BAKERY Comer King nnd Fort Htrecta, llonolnln. " Ml ly II. U. IIAI.L Ac NUH, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE Hry Uoodi, Pslnta, Oil and General Mcrchandlvc, 8?J ly Corner Fottand KlngStf. n, a. r. canTsru c.joxts , IK C. BREWER $ CO.. SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, on ajli 8 III Honoluln, Hawailauf Islands. ' soar, leiters. c. x. cooke l. i: w i: it s a. o o o u i: , Succeasora to Lew una A DtcKaoN, IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMBER And all kind of Ilulldlng Material. Fort Street. saa ly Honolulu. S. M. CARTER, Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con tracts for Labor. Office at P. M. X. Dock, Ktplauade, Honolulu, II. I. 8-11 li ly lll.l.lIUUA;tl Ac (JU., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HA . ARE Cutlery, Dry Uooda, paint and Oils, and Ueneral Mcrchjudlee, 8H No. 3" Fort Street, Hunolnln. ly claus arniCKiLa. m. a. iiiwih. WM- lnnin Ac Co., Sugar Factors and Commission Agents Honolulu. H.I. Ei9 .ti. m, aui.-ii.iu.n Ac o., - IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS In Faahlonablu Clothing, Hat, Cap, lloot,- Shoe, and every variety uf llonilemcn Superior Furnithlni: lulu. II. I. ..vim, alum iu JiaMU B U1UCK. U I..I.. 11 I (ueeu Sllut lluuo. BMyl A. W. FEIRCE St CO., SHIP CHANHLUitS s COMMISSION MERCHANTS AOBNTS roll Ilrand'a Uun and Bomb Loucea, Perry Ilarl' rain Killer, 8M 1 .No. ID Queen St.. Honolulu. ly CASTLK At HATCH, Attorneys At Hicrocr. W..H. CASTLE, Notary Public, attend sit the Cuurt of thu Kingdom. Particular attention paid tn tho negotiation of Loan, ConirejancliiR, Collcctlui;, etc. sr .Money to loan on Mortgage. enter. No. 15 Kaahuiuanu Street Honolulu, Hanallan Iland. B.H ly tiiim. ii. iavii:n. Late Jaxiox, (Ii-.een ,t Co. IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT AMI AUKNT Kill lln.,1'. ...l II... ll....wU,l 1T.IU... .!..- ...,.j .. - ,.,.. ...ii ... , a ,.iri, uni,,'l,i III!, Ilrlil.li and Forulgu Alarlnii liuumuie Company, in pan okll And Northern Aaaurauce Company, "y . N.CHlILi:. J. B. AIIIKIIIOM. sJ.lHTI.r. Ac COIIUII, SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS f.MPOIlTKHft AND Doators in Conoral Mqrohandise. No. rK) King Street, Honolulu. II. 1, AOKNTS l'OK The Union lnllranefl I'omtinnv nt Han 1'rinrli.n The New KuglAiid l.lfu lu.unince Cuiupauy, llotton. I he Uie-on racket Line. Dr. Jayne Sou' Ci kbrat- cd Mrdleluv, Wheeler Js Vtl,on'Senlng Machine, iTIim Knhala Plantation, The Haiku pluututluii, ii..n..t .. i.i -.i T .m. .,., i i luiiinii.iu, Hanuku Plantation. oSMly IV.HA.H 1IICON., Importers of General Merchandise FUOM FUANQE, ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND UNITED STATES, No. MMcrdunt Strut, . Honolulu, H.I, II , VIA 1IIION,, WHOLESALE OHOOERP, SIS and -.18 California Street, han i'xi, timiio, tir Particular attcullon paid tofllllngandihlpplng lilaud order. 45 ly HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT it AGENCY CO., LIMITED. f0Nr.T M.4MKI N riBir.CI.AIUI HE curllltl, fur Ion? or thort period. Apply to .) .. un&n... tauur Jlri Ogee. Queen CI.. over II. W. Macfarlm-Co. ro lln. Mlf Walluku Pol Factory. TKST QUALITY OF l'AIAI MAX MJ urcluivUcouintiy, All o order slltd wlih di- patch. .. II. UAIl.tV Walluku, ktol y Press. MBEft, 3, 1881. PIONEER STEAM Candy Manufactory and Bakory 3P. 0EXOX13M, Practical Confectioner, Psitry Cook snd linker, BTil 71 Hotel lteet,litween Nnnann and Fort. Illy v,7 v.. t;oi.i:.iiAn. BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST llor. Mmrlmr, ('itrrlnsrr Hork, I'lmilnlloii .Mnrlilnrry, Ar. m Shop on KIiik Street, net Caatle i t'oole", y HONOLULU IRON' WORKS" CO. IDt. MTKAM KMIIMItM. HttiiAII Mill ssUsSk Holler, Coolr, Iron, llraiaand l.edCllnii Mnchlnory of Every Description Mf Made to Orilr. -& Psrtlculnr attention paid to Shlp'i BlaoVimlthlng Ar-Jnll lVOrtliecntednntlili.lrtelt notice. elMi ly STIIATEMEYER & JAMEsT Praotlonl Pnlntors nml Docorators.GUrllnRi OrniuiliK "Oil LetttariiiK. No, 61 llutel HI,, oppoille Family Market. 817 31 ly WRAY TAYIaOR, PIAN0F01ITE AND OIIUAN TUNER iff OfllffH iftn 1i Iisfl mt T fl TI, k a hi a and MerehniitHTrVet Stor,";." "' '"' '""gjem HOLLISTER & CO.. UriKmlrmtimi Apothooarlosj AMI IHrollTCIl or T',,'"0. B1n,11,tlSyrAK,.lll ,or '' l-orlllsnl A Co., t '.M' 'V,"1';"" " -' Vanity Pair, tlondwln .t Co' Ol-J JndKe, llnelisiian A I.yle'a Celehrated Plug Tohacco. ,l?i V J Cf '.li"lt'.,y' "J '""Ion, Humphrey' HomriH pathlc Hpeclfle, Ac.. Ac. sog JOS. E. WISEMAN, Real Estate Broker Sc Emplojrmont Bnrean "i!"". Jf""'?". UoltfKf, Home, anil .dls and lcae Ileal K. tale In all part of the Klncdom. Kmploy. mint found for llioae aeeklnir work In all the rarlou iriuielir of liiiliira connected uilh lhee Ilaml. ,.V "". eKl I'ocuinvnt drawn. Mill Collected, Hook suit Accounli kept, undcciuralnlllce work Iran. acted, Patronnpinollclted. Commlloiu inoderalc. Honolulu. II. I. ,ti up, ii). W. MACI'AKI,ANi:V CO.. IMPOUTERS AHD COMMISSIOH MERCHANTS, Ilohlnaoii's I'lrc-Proof llulldlnir, fjueen Htrcct, Honolulu, II. I. Aur.NT.i run The nia.gnw and Honolulu l.lne of Packi t. .lollll liar A Cll' I.tvernoiil nml l.r.rwl.w. I'..l.l. The Walkapu Plantation. I'lu- Spcncer Plantation, HIio. iinKnniii rianiaiion. llllfi. Mlrrlee. Tatt X. Wnhmi. Kn.n. lfnI.UA.v The Pniiloq Hheep Hanch Company. K7 " H A H. I, E3 3VE.' H.M. MOORE, JOB IJR.IVrX'EIt, AND KAI,F.:t IN Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco Stc, ftc. 30M8 No. la Port Street. ly :BirAisl3Llre. Piss ,, or Tilt; IT It F.ST IMIMIRTKI i mi Owf" strains, and of all aws, KOIt SALK, fkF Uu Loxed and delivered to itcamer orUlj rhooncr, AT J10UKHATK PJIICKM. ' I'ersoii. mlslilncto sinri wllh the nnl Ntoek or to Improve what they now have, ems buy In pair ssosnklis. W3' A.IIIHtllEltT.Hairallanllotcl. I A. MOIIAKPKIC. ACIKNT of II re me ii llonrilnf Underwriter., Aucnt of Dresden Hoard of Underwriter, Agent of Vienna Hoard of Underwriters. Claim ajralnst Insurance Companies within the Juris diction of the above Hoards of Underwriter will hare to lie certified to by the above Acnt to make them lld. H ly Insurance- Notice. raniR aoewt roit tiik British fm elin Marine Insurance Company f Limited) has received Instrnctlon to lleilisee Clii- Hates ot In fiiranco between Honolulu and Port In Ihe Pacific, and 'now prepared to Issue Policies at the loweat rate. -.... w, 'i'v.H,,,iuitMiuii uii irricui iter eicainer. THKo. 11. UAVIKS. W" ly Agent Ilrlt. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited IIA.YIIIIIKUII- IIUIliMK. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Tiiik v.MtF.nsiu.xKn imvixm nt:nsi ap. pointed Aent of the above Company, are prr. pared to Insure risks against flro on Ntiini' and llrirk II ii I In I iiT, and on Mereliniullii. stored therein, on the most favuraolc term. For particular apply at tno olllceof bJI'ly r. A. hCHAKlT.lt A CO. HAMBURC-MACDEBURC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OP IIAMUURO. Hrir.mifnsj. MKRviiANmnr. fcrni. TUIIE and Machinery Insured against Fire on the moat favorable terms. A. JAKUCH, Agent for the Hawaiian Island. flat ly Insurance Notice. Tnr. t'Nut:ii.HiN:i aiu: phkparkd to write upon Merchandise, per flrtt-clas vessels between Ihia and the Coast Port, covering loss or damage. If amounting to III per cent, or more, nn the sound value of the whole shipment at port of delivery, upon fmnrablu terms. . t . IlISHOP A Co. Agent of the rlrem.cn Fund Inurance Company. llnnoliilu, Jan. :. 1U. gij 3n FIREMAN'S FUND Insurance Company. A Leading Home Company. Assets, Juno 30th $767,307.17 Additional Cash Capital (now being called In) 330,000.01 Total Asset $1,117,307.17 rpilE riTCKMANs'KlJND INSII1N X ANOE COMPANY basis Its claim to the bct patronage upon It sound financial condition, reinforced ..."" "elon of capital, rUIii; It nier s million dollars In asset; It eitrnslve system of Agencies, In- nrlnij It n lar.se premium Income, without the neee. ally of heavy concentration of line; Its adherence to tho best principles and practleea or Dndernrltlni;; by open, fair and clearly oxpressed contracts, and prompt anil rqullablo adjustment and payment of Ic.ltlmate losses. For seventeen year It ha been favorably known a a conservative underwriter, and during that lime has paid over 4,000,000 IN LOSSES, Passlnj triumphantly thrnii.h Ihe heaviest conflagra tions Kiionn In moJirn history. HINIKIP Co.. Agents, 1 "m Honolulu. H.I. THE LIVERPOOL I LONDON I GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established 18J0. Unlinlted Liability to Stockholdartv. jV",m ll.iV.,Hl "'"e. , Jo,7W,oisj Income for UTUt Premiums rccelwd sfter deduction of ro-lu- raiice 5,H8,',-.-j3 Losses promptly adjusted and paid here, lui WIWIIOP fc Vm.. Agents. UNION INSURANCE COMPANY OF BAN FHANUISCU, 3Z.X'laa.sB. IMOORFOHATBO, 16S CASTLE Ii COOKE, AGENTS 7I rsr Hi Hawaiian lalssd. ly Rhenish Weatprtallan Lloyd INSURANCE COMPANY, Ol' M. ULAWBACH, MtssuisU Prussia. Aachen and Leipiig Iniuranot Co., Limited, OF AAVHEX. (A1X.I.A.CMAPKI.I.B.) AOE snsulncd by Hoods arriving her, and in uredlu tht auovoCompules, hcv. tn bo mad. wllh IhocojnllAUcaof audccrllScdto by the undersigned. In order to bavilld. J, C. OLAUE, Agent. 8 1't 1 y IRRIGATION ! TRIIIG ATIOX AFTKI1 THIS TiATR JL Is strictly prohibited, eicept between th kosrsel sa.su.,aatt ta.M. II. 1). PUKICTH, Annrovrdi f blmird) II. A P. su.viiuiriiuciitoi water norsa lluuolulu. April 1W. Wl . ktorsa, Miuister 01 IBterlaa KTlMlt 1 PACIFIC RUUUKIt PAINT, Afullaasorlnicntof this cel.buled tulatandM pand a galloa package, all me desirable shades In tolor. jfoi sal. by BOLLCb Co i WHOLE NUMBER GC Boston Board of Underwriters, A "JJV" for ,hc "awallan lalsmla, v "" 'y o. niiBWKtt CO. Plillarlelphla Board of Underwriters. A".,'.!.T', rnr ,he wallsn talxnil., Kll . V IHIKWKHACO WILDER & CO., Asrill lor I lie Ilnnnllan Islnnd., of thi: Mutual Lifo Insurance Co. OK F.W TOIIK, Largest, Safest and Most ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO. IN THE WORLD! Assets (1B30)...$90,000, 000 ..vxjXj o-eiLiazx. Now is a Good Time to Insure None but rr.tcla.s risks taken, ST1 am TIIK New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. Ot BOSTON, MAHS INfJOHPMKAr Kit, 18.15. Die Ohlctt Purely Mutual Life hmtrance Co.in the Unttett States. Policies Inoid on the moit fsrorsbls Terrai. Kxattiple fir !fan.rrtliitre Pinss INSUIIBI) AaK,3.-, YKAItH-OIHHNAuYLIFE 1 Annual premium continue Policy 2 year .1 da i Annual premium continue Policy I year 12 da n Annual itremlunis eontinm. i.iiirw i. ..... i .i. i i.a. r dara day 4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 year M riar a Annual premium conllnno Policy Id years M dar aya Ilcylu years M day A.mmotm, i 13,000,OOOI lAsssei Paid tlirontrli llouoluln As;ener 40.Q00 CASTLE & COOKE, AJENTS B-l Foil TIIK HAWAIIAN I W I.Alt IIS jr KOBTH BB1TI3H AND MKBCA1ITILE I-ssi-u.ri,n.oo Oompaux Of London and Edlnbnrg. af mxi. Established 1800. Il5onrce of Ihe Company a st Slat December, 1880: ijunscuincn CAriTAi- Puis Fumo 1. ild up jl' N),nmi Uncalled I,vm,ii ltcscrrc....JE8ll,5(i 13 11 Premium He- ia,UUi),ui serve.. 317,037 10 10 Ilalaucu of Prom and Los Ace. 33,608 9 3 1,201 ,LJ 5 II i.IJ?3"!sMC.lf.70.,l?S YKXn '-rire Premlurarand In- K- HOrKSCHLAKHEn CO., 860 "J Agent for the Hawaiian Island a Tit A MS-ATI. ANTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. OF HAMBURG. Capital pf the Company A Keserre..I(elchmtrk r.,000,000 their He-Insurance Compauica " iui,63(l,uuu Total. Itelchsmark 1UT,KU,0U0 NORTH GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, or iiADinvnu. Capital oMheCompanyItesrve..nelchSBiarkS.fi30,0ir) their He-Insurance Companies " :J,000,uuu Total Itelchimark-Hadiouo HCIIWKIZKRISC'nt: LLOYD RUCK VERSICHERUNGS GESELLSCHAFT Or -WlrtTERTHtlH. Capital of the Company francs 3,000,000 re-iii k vMnr.nHiasKo.ur.HKni. aokxtm . . ".' ,no bove three companies for the Hawaiian Islands, arc prepared in Insure Ilulldlngs, Furniture, Mcich.1,",.0llI", P,"'"". Machinery, Ac, also Sngar and Itlce Mills, and vessels In the harbor, ngainit loss or tlamage by ttre, on the most farorahle terms. " 'r II. HACKFKLD A CO. GERMAN LLOYD Marine Insurance Company of Berlin. jV O 11 T U N A General lnsuranceCompany of Berlin. TIIE ABOVE I.I.SCRAHrr. COMPANIES have established a General Agency here, and the nnderalgned, Ueneral Agents, are authorized to ttke Jtlsks against the Daugersatrttie (leas at Ihe Most Iteasoasable Males, and on the Most l'avonsble 'rertas. 867 ly F. A. 8CII AEFElt A CO.. General Agents. VLct--et iTellr. MANUFACTURED OF REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR BY :i? hohkt, Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook 3S -tm, S XI Zl "ST Plonoer Steam Candy, Factory Lemon and Tamarind lyrupi always on hand 1 ct m ct rinds Pat up In A. No. I IteAncd Sugar, hl;hly recommended for Sea voyage. American, French, English and German Faatriei Made to Order at short Notice Wadding Cakea Ornamented In the highest Kljlc ot Art. Itlch fresh home made ChocolatuCrcatne, Cocoanut and Cream Candles. No. 71 Hotel Hlreel bel. Nnnann sad Fart . Wly qr TIIIIMAH I.AVK, OHI1VIS Ns). M rrt Mlreel, Will attend to all order In the CLOU, GUN I GEHER.L REPJUR LINE. Henlllglveapeclal atteullon lo cleaning, repairing and regulating Wewlne .Machines, and all other kinds of l.lieht -Machinery and Jlelal Work uf every description, IilacktuillhliiK, etc. Also, on hand and for ale cheap, A Variety of Sewing Maohines Unms. IMslols. rshal, AiuiunulUsa, aBacBlne Oil, Jfeedlea, sko., sVc, kc Sewing MacLlne Tuckers, Illndars.andall other extra and duplicate pail of machines supplied on sboit no tice. r Ilc.l Machine Tl.t,-a Sots Agmt is l(l Kiifjdum or The Florence Hewing Machine, from ild to H), Whltorlewlng Machine from I5 to ,.V Horn. Hhutile Setvlng Machine, from !8 to f-13. l& Including all rztra. add ly KNOWLES' STEAM AND TACOOM PUMPI TJIK UNDERSIGNED DAVE JUST received per Amy Turner, from llostou, a full a ortmiul"! Ih.s. cel.bratcd Pump, which arc guaran teed lobe chraper ana bcttir than auy other style of pump Imported. We call tho attention of planters par. tlcnlMly toih. acuumPump, which la lest compll snsin i:ur r putup UUKWt EU A CO. The Germania Market HAM BKKX THURBVUHLY MKXUVAVB. uud It now eoasUutly In receipt or Ihe kct of BEEf, MUTTOM, VEAL A.B LaM, From Choicest Herds. Pork Kasaage. Bologcaa, Head Cheese, Ucrmaa Vauiaire. Ac.alwaya on baud, a also lb best of Poul try and risk. Oar Meal, are all em and pnt up Iu Kastern style. AH order faithfully attended to, and delivered In auy pari of Ihe tlly, ' r sa 6m ItAUPP A HCmtAUElt. Proprietor. I-tr M u Buf f .V 1 iw OILS! A C. HOLLISTER & CO. HK(1 I.EAVK TO INFORM THE PUBLIC That thavy kars snorstl Into thslr NKW AND COMMODIOUS STORE. In the Fire Proof Holding HO. B9 MlTUANU STREET, Three door below their old land, whrre may be fonn4 the most complete assortment of Drags, Chomlcals & Toilet Artioloa in Tnr. citt. Among a few of their Specialties may be found a Tall Mtock of The Croin Goods CONSIRTISO OP Perfumes, Soaps. Cosmetics, AND THE OKI.KIIHATRD Opaline Face Powder. Tbf Hood, received the hlgheit award at the lata Bydney Kahlbltlnn over all other competitor. A LA II Q E ASSORTMENT 0T JOHK OOSHELL'S Hair and Tooth Bruthos. Camclllneforlhe Complexion andTeeth, LUBIN'8 AND PINAUD'8 Boapi Cofmetica and 7aca Powder, CELLULOID TRUSSES Especially adapted to this climate. A Pull Line of Humphrey') Homeopathic Spectlcfl, Carbolic Acid and Chloride of Lime, for disinfect I tic purpose. Agents for P. Lorillard ft Co'i Celebrated Tobaccos, and Drawing Soon Tobacco and Cigarettes, Buchanan Lyle's Tobacco, Which we have lately Introdneed here, and which Is rapidly growing Into favor and demand. WM. S. KIMBALL CO'S VANITY Fill, TOBACCO AND CIOAHETTES,; Which are so well known all over Vtr.d no comment from as. Goodwin & Co's Old Jtidge TOHACCO AND CIGARETTE, ALWAY8 IN DMANDB! Amnnc our One HETndrcd brand of CIOAR8, ws would call especial attention to the ' Hon. Bardwell Slote," The Favorite Bed Brand, Pedro Mnriai, The Fragrant Stump. They also continue to manufacture Soda Water In all Ita Branchea Together with their BelfastOingerAle. 8TO SU WILDER CO. Importers and Dealers in LUMBER -AMI BUILDING MATERIALS! or ALL KIXIMI. JUST RECEIVED EX LATE ARRIVALS! SEVKIlAt LARGE AND WELL-SELECTEB CARGOES J COMPRIbINO ALL 1JIE USUAL S10CK SIZES IN SCANTLIRO. TIMBEI, PLAHK, I0A1DI, FIICIHO AMD PICIIT1 ALSO. OIV HAND A Meat Coaplete Itoek or V FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER MAILS. LOCKS, BUTTS, HIBOIS, BOLTS. I0BEWS. Kte DRY REDWOOD ! Suaulling ; Plsnk, surfaco and rough Boartls, surfaced and rough ; Battens, Pickets, Kuetic, Lattice, CUpboard. V A Law, IV srtsjcaj, Paint an, WhMawash WtuwH. WH1TK LUI, WMITK IIICT, PAINT !!, HITALUC AND 0T1U FAUTI! Class. Salt. Firawaatj. DOORS SASH BLINDS ALLMIXM. f Urn an Osllfcrnla Mk. W SALE U tPJINTITICS TS MIT AMU AT cfw vmoi an MAT! OATI! MMI 1ST Llfillt WK4T sj . Is Bkl April s. 11. rw. alas, . ,1 "W M 1 V9. O IT '"u.Mihr. 'ii:ejAii ssisKafe,. asfe .J.V aWU.II.