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VOUTMK II., NO. :.
HONOLULU, 1-1. I., SATURDAY A PHIL 22, 1882.
WHOLE NUMBER 80.
or AM. Ml.fl.
Reminiscences of Honr-lultt. -Tin 513.
The most liolcwortlij Icfcislitioti in ISoJ
w tho rnMlgo " ' following nrt. To
iireTCtit tlie citrrvinir of deitllv TOHlon:
'o jiroridu for rc!jrtK?nl ilulin with iho
United Stnte; Hqicnling iho k1I t on
women nntl girU (tlieae were formerly taxed
50 and 2o cinU rcftiectirel, ench jonr);
To abolish tlio puui'lituent of women who
became pregtmut through illicit cohabita
tion ; Freeing women from Kouohiki labor.
Prohibiting mIo of intoxicating drinks on
the SabbtiUi; Exempting certain projcrly
from sale utidtr xcutton; Rotating to
dower; I'roridiog for the separation of tho
aeie in prisons; Registry of conrojiinces;
Horaoral of Fort .it Honolulu nud Ln
haina, Ac, Ac.
April 17th, J. V. Austin was appointed
District Attorney for tho Second Judicial
District (Mnui), n'ce A. V. Parsons, de
ceased. Mr. Parsons was n nativo of New
England, a man of moderate education,
who came to tho Iblauds as cooper of a
whalcship. Bat ho hnd good natural abili
lies and was studious, and haTing tho
friendship of Judge Lee, he got on re
May 4th, died Dr. G. XV. Hunter, of
consumption, aged about -10 rears, lie
was a Scotchman, a natiro of Haddington,
near Edinburgh, a skillful surgeon and n
rery genial though somewhat eccentric
man. He had resided hero a good many
rears, and was much regrottcd. J. Lang
herno Deshn, who died a fow years sinco as
Steward of the Queen' Hospital, com
menced his tlrnggist'a career on theso
Islands with Dr. Hunter, in tho building
comer of Port nud Moichant ctroete, now
occupied by Palmor it Co., also in tho
June '2d, occurred tho tc:oud annual
meeting of tho Royal Hawniini. Agricul
tural Society. Delegates came to Honolulu
from all parts of tho Islands to nttcud this
meeting no small undertaking in thobo
days when there were no steamers nnd our
iutcr-islaud craft woro generally small,
badly fitted, quite nuprorisioncd beyoud
water and poi, and slow sailers. Tberj
was a large gathering, and ranch intorost
manifested. Tho Treasurer's report showed
that tho society had $1,000 out at interest
on boud aud mortgage, besides $500 which
had been sent to the United States for tho
purchase of premiums. Tho society num
bered oue hundred and twenty members.
In the ereniug of tho opening day, tho
Bethel Church was crowded to listen to an
eloquent address by Elisha II. Allen, U. S.
Consnl (now Hawaiian .Minister Resident
at Washington). The exhibition of pro
ducts and stock took place- the following
day, and was certainly a rery creditable
show, and better in some respects than
could be made at tho present day as for
instance, in the articles of wheat aud oats,
grown ou Maui, for which premiums were
awarded to Rot. J. S. Greeu. Premiums
were also giren for Sugar, toR. XV. Wcod,
L. L. Torbert and A. B. Heme; Coffee, G.
Rhodes and B. Pitman; Indian Corn, J. S.
Emerson; Stlt, C. XV. Ymcont; Arrow
Root, B. Pitman; Fruits, inclnding peaches
and strawberries besides all the iudigonous
and many foreign rnrietics, to Mers
AdamB, Piikoi, Green, Vincent, SmeiUa'
man, Pitman and Whitney; Flowets, Mto.
Penballow and Mrs. Jnuionj Butter, J.
Booth and J. S. Emerson; Cheese, II. M.
Whitney; Leather, J. H. Wood; while of
regeUbles there was a goodly show and a
host of exhibitors. There was also somo
rery fino cattle, horses, sheep and fowls.
J. C. Onitz was awarded a premium for ex
hibits of tobacco and cigars, the latter
manufactured on Kauai of native tobacco.
He, and also Messrs. Bucholz and Wnnd
enburg were extonsirely engaged in to
bacco cultivation on Kauai. Tho business
looked very promising for a time, and a
good deal of money was invested in tbo
cultivation and preparation of tho weed,
but either from an unsuitable character of
tho soil, or perhaps from ignorance of the
proper process of curing, tho enterprise
eventually catno to naught, involving a con
siderable loss of money. The last invest
ors in tobacco growing were Archer A. Gru
ben, also on Kauai, early in tho 'CO's, who
sold out at a loss of some thonsauds of
dollars. Archer went to Australia very
poor, became a "squatter," and a few years
since passed through here on his way to
England a rick man, made so by tho riso in
vain of his laud iu South Australia.
The following were tho officers of the
R. H. A. Society, elected in 1852: Presi
dent, W. L. Lee; Vice-Presidents, 11. Pit
mn, G. S. Kenway, Hawaii; L. h. Tor
beri, Maui; O. B. Andrews, Molokai; Ste
phen Reynolds, Oahu; Jas. F. B. Marshall,
Kauai; Treasurer, R. G. Davis; Corres
ponding Secretary, E. O. Hall; Executive
Coea-ittee, R. 0. Janion, R. W. Wood, W.
Ktwcomb, S. N. Castle, B. F. Snow.
Jan 4th, twelve barrels of dried apples
and tweoty-fonr barrels of flour, consigned
to F. W. Thompson by soma one in San
Francisco, and by bim sold at auction,
were found to contain each a keg of brandy.
Nobody could be found hero on whom to
fasten the offense. It was a poorly man
Aged case of smuggling.
June 15th, the new Court House, now
Hackfeld x Co's store, was finished, and the
first publio functionary to occupy it on that
lay was O. 0. Harris, the Police Magis
trate, the Supreme Court moving in a few
June 22d, a few tons of ice, the first
erer brought here for sale, were received
from San Francisco, and sold at auc
tion, bringing -5 cents, and upwards, per
pound. The first caro of ice ever
brought here, came from bitka in the early
part of 1853, aud waa cousigned to the
firm of Swn fc Clifford, who lost several
thousand dollars by it, as Mr. Clifford, now
bare, can tastify. Several years after this
Mr. C. H. Lewers, builder, contractor aud
lumber merchant, who died a fow yeare
tisee, built an ice-house on the spot now
occupied by A. P. Cooke's stone store,
Queen street, and imported several cargoes
of ice frosu Boston. But it is evident
there was tiot much profit in the basiness,
as it was abandoned.
The Stranger's Friend Society, compose;!
f ladies, waa organised in June of this
year, end to-day can potut with pride to
thirty years of beeefieent existence.
In the early part of the same month,
HosoltUa wae TiaOed by a novel ui
k. . itii. &. &.;U aaasti. .s i,&
vi fnrer, from the I
oueht in a vefcl '
nnihiiiion thai it was brough
from Panama with piscngorti en nmto fur j
Sun Kntnciitv, wluun pui in nmo tuning
tho pritig fov snpplie Tho Kpnlnr rmroo
for it, huwever, was tho boo-hoo" fever,
from the fact that it was dreadfully de
pressing in its etl'eets on tho iniuds of ith
victim nnd inclined them to boo-hoo right
out. Its symptoms were, a sluggish, do.
bilitatiug fo'vur, nnd constant nausea. It
prevailed mostly nuioug foreigners, but
comparatively fow uatives being nttacked,
nnd by the month of Augii3t had 6proad
to Maui nnd Kauai. It was so prevalont
in this city during tho first half of July,
that busincssawRBr much interrupted. It
was not of itself fatal, but one or two in
stances occurred of persons of impaired
constitutions dying under tho milled effects
of tho fever. It recurred, iu n modified
form, during tho two following summers.
July 15th, tho pioneer missionaries for
Micronesia sailed from Honolulu in tho
schooner Caroline, Captain Holdsworth.
Theso wcro tho Rev. Messrs. Snow and
Sturgis, and Dr. Gulick, with their wives,
nnd two nativo assistants and wives. Messrs.
Suow and Sturgis wero from Boston, sent
out by tho A. B. C. F. M., nnd Dr. Gulick
was a son of tho Rov. P. J. Gulick, Araor
ican Missionary nt Waialua on this Island.
July 31st, arrived tho second lot of
coolies from China, by tho ship 1'hetis,
numbering about ono hundrod. Thoy wcro
very soou taken up by planters, although
thero hnd nlrcady begun to bo beard com
plaints about their bad nnd heathenish
In Soptomber tbo Government granted
to A. G. Benson, of New York, a contract
to bnild n Mnrino Railway at Honolulu, to
cost from $75,000 to $100,000, to tako up
ships of SOD tons burthon, in ballast Tho
monopoly was to continue for twenty years.
Tho site of the proposed railway, which
was given by government to Bonson, was
nt tho foot of Maunakca street, now tho
fish market. But nothing was ever done,
beyond signing tho contract, it was under-
btood for tbo want of funds.
About this timo California "sings," or
fifty dollar gold pieces became so plentiful
in Honolulu, that by a voto of tho Cham
ber of Commerco they wero taken only at
fivo per cent, discount. H. L. S.
Attorney and Counsellor t liaiv.
It 64 Tort Street. Ilonclaln. 1
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
6 Xo. ia LllllinhlrcrC. ly
JNO. H. BROWN.
Innpeotor of Weight nnd Measure,
103 BereUnli Street.
4i Ordtn can be let; at rollce Million. 6m
A. W. RICHARDSON & CO..
ixromr.ru iD DiALrni iv
Boots. Dhocs, Furnishing Good-
Hats, Caps, TrunVs,
. Walthatn watches.
Valise-, 1'crinmery and Soaps
Fine Jewclrr, rte,, corner of ro
ort and Merchant Mis.,
Importer and Dealer in Dry and Faucy
Goods. Boots, Shoes, &c.
At the Great Eastern Storo, No. cJ Fort St., Honolnln
t. txr rUTJ
Cabinet Maker, UphoUtcrer, Dealer in
No. t Klnc Street, between Nuninu and Fort streets.
Mattres.es constantly on hand or made to order.
THOS- G. THRUM,
Importing and Manufacturing Stationer
Newa Agent. Book Binder, &c.
Merchant Street, and Dealer In
Fine Stationery. Hooks, Mnslc, Toy and Fancy Goods,
1 Fort Street, near Hotel, Honolnln. ly
p BOOT AND SH OE MAKER
No. Ill Fort St., opposite Tanthcon btables,
limits anil Nlio Sfnile to Order, of Bmi .Mn
lerlisl.nutl at Kcawuble larlec.
Boots and Shoes mado for Cash only
M. S. GRINBATJM &. CO.,
Importem and 'Wkolesale Dealers in Qono-
3 JlaVM'sHlock, Queen Slrert ly
M. S. GRINBATJM & CO-
Forwardinc and Commission Merchants,
11 California M.,ssn FranClico.
Special facilities for and psrtlcslar attention paid to
i eonsUnmcnts of Island prodnee ly
ckitch or o uii.aI'i:..
W. II. IiKNTZ. MANAGER.
rienty to eat. a tontlns tire, clean beds, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Islands.
Visitors requiring any nnnsnal display of volcanic
action velll kindly rive Haoarer at least ten days notice
In line weather and from eleven to thirteen In fool
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importer and Dealer in Crockery
l'UIn and Decorated Torcclala. Cnt and Tressed Ulass,
Silver Tlated Warr, Cutlery Chandeliers. Lamps.
Chimneys, Etc . . , ,
1'lre Proof Store, cor Kins and Nunanu 6ta , Honolnln
Watchmaker, Jeweller, Enter aver nnd
No 6 Kaahunnii Street, Honolnln All orders faith
fully executed M U
,u o, Uuceu Islrcel, rish Miirkcl,
Dealer In Choicest IWef, Veal. Mutton, Fish, etc.
Family and bhlpplnc uraeia caraiuiiy atieuueu to.
l.tie block furnished to vessels at short nolle, snd
Vegetables or an kinassuppneq loorner i iyr
A. L. SMITH.
Mtriden Qnadrupla Plated Ware, tlUiitiare, Ktns t
Combination bpectaclea and Eve (iln.es ltrsck.ets.
Vases, Luttral Wire Ware, Fancy tioapa, Pletnre
Frames, Wosunholm'a Pocktt Knives, beli.ors. Pis
tols, Tosder, bhot and Ammsnlllan, Clark's Spool
Cotton, Machine Oil. all kinds of M.ehlns Needles,
"Domestic" Paper Fashions, bole Agent for ins uni
Light Running Domestlo Sewing Maehlue
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Importer. Manufacturer, Upholsterer,
and Dealer la Furniture of Every Description larnl
tur Wr tloosts. No, tl Fort bltttt Uork bhop at
lha Old bland on Uotei bUcsl
VT All Order. Pronrlly Attended lo. tly
CHAS. IIIEWCR A CO.,
U7 lillbr Ml.. Hoslois.
AgenU of Hawaiian Pacsets,
Oeneral Commission Agent. I
bpeclal attention given to lb I'"haslng otOi,
rlbe llawallan trade, frtlzbla at Ihe lowest late.
Pkatof spkio Artists,
1ft: and 101 Fort btrcet
IMelef. of mil slscs and kinds made lo
Pramti of all deseiiplloas coniustly on band
Shells. Corals, sad Cnrloslilea of Ihe Pacltt.
VI AXOFOETK AND ORGAN TUNER
! Ordi'S can bs ltt at T G. Thinu's Foil btrcet
andJIerchanl Sirset btores. W 'm
lir -on o rilled the I'umm
H. W. SEVERANCE.
Itnwnllnn Coimtl it Commllon Mnrchnnt
isa unwind M i ItnmiNn I It
A. SI. HEWITT.
lreihl mill Grnrrnl Shlnpltis; Clerk.
P Mi . i It liflot K I' AiUni. Auction lloomnlll
RJ !' promplljr tttrndwl to, am
J. M. DAVIDSON
Attorney at Law, Ha. 24 Merchant Street,
uii.ii:ic a :.,
I of nrr of Fort anil Cutcn Meets, Honolulu,
Lumber, Fatnti, Oils, Nails, Silt snd Building
Wly MstnrUU of svaty kind.
!'. A. M'IIAt:rr.K Ac CO..
Importers A. Commission Morchnnts
ITJ llnnoluln HamlUn llnd Ijr
. N. C I..T1.7II.-XSW, .11. !..
SUROEON AND HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN.
Oinc -Corner Fort and nrreUnla PH., Honolulu
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
?t0 ijucen hired. Honolulu. It
A. W. FEIRCE & CO,,
SH1F CHANDLERS k COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Brand's (mm and Bomb Loners,
Perry l)xl' l'ln Killer,
Srt 1 No. HI Ijurtn bl., llonolnln. ty
ii. i:..iioi.- rviti; At iinoxiii:n.
GROOEHY. FEED STORE and BAKERY
Comer Klnc ami Fort Streets, Honolulu
iioiii.un J c;o..
Ship Chandlers and Commiision If erchtntt.
mnortcra and Dealers in General Merchandise, Qneeti
SM M., Honolulu, II. 1. ly
a. . oi.i:iin. c Co..
xronTEna and dealers in
bju Corner Queen and Kaahnmann Mrccts. ly
i(.ii.u'i(!'i:M) a. ;o.,
0SNE11AI, COMMISSION AGENTS,
-ja Qiici.ii Mrect. Ilimolnlu. 11. 1 ly
A . "ii
I I' N II .
l'arally Grocery and Feed Store,
.'0 Fort btrcet. Honolulu.
Sugar Factors and Commission
Honolulu. II. I.
i.ai.m: t :..
And Importers of and Dealcars In Hay. Grain, and
General 1'rodnce. Honolulu. 11. 1.
.lou.-v T. -ivAXLiniioimi:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IK GENERAL
S" Queen Street. Honolnln. II. 1. ly
S. M. CARTER,
Agent to tako Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Labor.
Otnceatl M. S Dock, Esplanade, Honolulu, H. I.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO-
Importers nnd Corns liaaton Merchants,
Nnnanu Street, Honolnln.
HOliLISTER & CO.,
Druggists o Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
30 Nnuann Street, Honolulu. b8
it. i'. i:iii.r.it.s sc co..
DEALERS IN DEY GOODS AHL OENEBAL
Fire-proof btore. Fort St., above dd Felloes Hall.
.1. .11. WIUTilEY, .11. O., I. I. S.
Dental Eooma on Fort Street,
Oi'.lcu in Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Fort streets
SCI ly Entrance. Hotel Street.
i:. o. ii AaLii a. sun,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HABDWABE
Dry Goods, Paints, Oils and General Merchandise,
Ml ly Corner Fort and King Stf.
MRS. A. M. MELL.I5,
Faihionnlile Dress and Cloak Maker,
101 Fort street, Honolnln, II, I.
63 20 ly
u. a. r. CAnTEn.
. C.J0MK, J
G. BREWER & CO..
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
5 Honolnln. Hawsiltn Islands. ly
.1010 II. IWl'Y,
NOIABY PUBLIC and COKHIBSIONEB of DEEDS
For the Slates of California and New York. Office at
the Hank of Illshop Co.. Honolulu. pass ly
IlI.I.i:MJallA..!f a- CO..
mPOKTERS AND DEALERS IN HABDWABE
Cutlery, Dry Goods. Paints and Oils, and General
in No. 37 Fort btrcet. Honolulu. ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for Labor.
fc?0 3 Interior Office. Hon lulu. ly
J. W. ROBERTSON CO..
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers
Publishers, News Dealers, Book
Binders and Paper Rolen.
t'Jd.21 Merchant Street. Honolulu. 11. 1. 86 go
MOST itwrss. C. M, tooitr.
li;wi:kn a ouoki:.
Kuccctiors to Ltwtr.a i, Dickson,
IMPORTERS & SEALERS IN LUMBER
And all klnda of Handing JIIhIsI,
Fortbtreet, bM ly Honolulu
rni:. ii. uavikm,
Late Janion, Oi.ti i Co
1MF0RTER AND COMMISSION MEBCHANT
AMJ AOEST rOS
Lloyd and Ihe Lltcrpool Underwriters,
Rrltlsh and Foreign Marine Insurance Company,
And Northern Assurance Ccmpany o&H ly
McCHESNEY St GITHEN8,
Leather, Hides. & Tallow
Zloyal Soap Oor laifi'y.
67,1 tl No.Jiqueenbt.llonolulu.il. I ly
ii. yv. .ii a :t' a hi. a. -hi: v co..
IMPOKTERS AND COMMIESIOH MKBCHAMTS,
Itoblniou's Fire-Proof Building,
Queen fctrtet, Honolulu, H. I.
The Olaigow and Honolulu Lin of rackets.
John Hay Co's Liverpool and London Packets.
in vt aikapn naniaiion
The bpencer Plantation, Htlo
iiaaaian I'jsuiatinn. lino
Jllnlees.Talt A Watson, Hogar Machinery.
Tha Pnaloa bheep Haneh Company.
a M CASTUC. I. t. ATBtaiOK
CANTI,!'. A tXIOHK,
SHIFFINO AMD COMMISSIOB MERCHNTI
Doalors in Conoral Merchandise,
No W King btrect, Honolulu, 11 I
The Union Insurance Company of Kan Francises
Tba New England Life Inssrauce Company, Dostou
, Tt Oiegon Packet Line. Th Kofcsla Plantation,
I)r JsyneASon'sCelehrst- The Haiku Plantation,
1 ed Uedletr.es, Walluku plsntstlon.
Whe.UrJt Wllton'sScisloglHamakBa Plantation.
Macnines, trram ly
JisR. r. svisrAaTAst.
t r Ett Broker EaBaalarfmsnt Bmressm
, ,, Cottages, Housesrand IIa and leases
I lull .auie in an pans oi me nisgaora. cmpioy
nrD loond for those seeking oik Is all las various
branches of business eonueetert with Ibea Iclands.
r - N U. Legal ooomtnli draws, villa collecwa,
, Duuksand Accounts krut, and central oSca work trass
I aclol. Patronags solicited, Couiiutislous roiderale.
i HoboIuIm. 11. 1 " l m
JOMX gUMKLtlll, U. SXSUas.
G. EXOLINO CO..
No, 5 Nuoiaa btrcet,
Tia itks svaU NuiVmi, stolen U aHa,
Ilanges, Tlu, bbsct Iron and Cooper Ware, keep rem
stantly on hand s full assortment of Tinware, Oslian-
tied Iron aud Lead Pipe India Hubber Hose. Ac, Ac.
..M- . - jAj&.j.r rt.. Si HWi..f kVJf., j
ED. C. ilOWE
Hnu.o nnil fili;ii Piiintr.r, I'lipoi' Hmi;or, &r
rMJj V, 1,,I i - v " ' H"'"lnln. i
,T. M. OAT &"C0. SAtLMAKERS,
tike Vlre Proof lllock
llolioliiln II t
V Iscsnt nil ileserlpllnns made Anil repaired (".HI
Cnndy Manufactory nnd Bnkory
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook nnd Baksr,
370 71 Hotel treet.betf en Ximinit and l'ntt. 3 ly
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
llnrno Mliirlnir, 'nri Initr Worh,
I'lniittiflnii .llnrllhlrrj, At.
Hil Mliop un Klni; ftreel, next ( aslle S, ConVe's ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKSCO.
S-Sf "JTKAJI lUIIIMll, SUIJAIl MIM,1
iuA HnlUrs.Cuolerr, Iron, llrnssand I.fICAtlD
Mnchlnory of Evory Description
r-Mlelo Order. -C
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithtng
r JOH WOnKsifcutsil on tlnslinrlesl notice. joSHIy
33ISBOF c OO..
IKl.XII.UI.U, l I l t HAWAIIAN 1M.A Ml-
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
lilt BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : : SAN FRANCISCO
AND TltElIt AUENtH IS- -
,N. v Vti U.
IHEORIENTAI BANK CORPORATION, : s : : LONDON
AND IHEtr. BnANCull IN-
My il iir), and
And transact n General Hanking llnsincss. 890 ly
FRANK II. AUSTIN ii CO.,
Commission Morchnnts nnd For
Onicc No. UO Cnllfornln St., Sim Francisco.
Coiislsnnicuti from tho Hanallan Islands desired
Tho Ilest Trices WarMiiicd. anil biles Guaranteed.
tri I ly
Importers of General Merchandise
FHAXGE, ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND
No, SO Merchant Street, - Honolulu, II. I,
510 and 219 California Street,
S A A I It A N C I S O II ,
tT l'articnlar attention paid tofllliiiKaudshlpplni;
Island orders. 8M ly
MRS. THOMAS LACE,
No. 79 Fort St., Honolulu.
IMPORTER, and DEALER
Sewing Machines, and Genuine
Parts, Attachments, Oil
AGUIVT POIl Turn
White, New Home,
Davis, Crown, Howe, and
Howard's Machine Needles,
all kinds & sizes;
in all colors;
Cli.VltKS' Mllii: KXlljMACHIXi: COTTOX.
JIadamo Demorest' Reliable Cnt Paper raltern,
and Publications. Dealer In
Itiriis, Pistols, Guns, nud hporlln Goods,
bhot, Ponder, Caps, .t Jlciallc Cartridgts.
In alt Sues.
My btocuf Pipes. Cigar Holders, Tobacco, Ac,
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
. -i r
JNO. M. LAWMR &. CO., Pioprietors,
HOTKL bTItUET, HONOLULU.
Kutrances on lintel, Itlchards, aud HerctanU btreets
FIRST-CLASS irTeVEHY RESPECT.
rrlceathtlauirasFlrst'Claia Hotels In ban Frauclsco,
Xos. 7ti nml TbMlotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Bo u nl by Hie Day, Week or Transient
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks
Meals Served in First-ClasB Style
AT AM. llOUItfl.
HKNUVJ.UAUT, 8W 0 ELLIS A. 1IAUT
3t3F strains, and of all agce.FOIt KALE.fUi
lUaJuy boicd aud delivered lo steamer orsvLsaVMs
schooner. AT MODEUATE PIHCES
fersuii-i MUtilus'lo slwrt ssllhllio HeslHlwk
or lius.rs.ve wlinl tlsejr tsoar lissve,
rnsa buy lis psitrrs uot stlt Its
49 A IIBItllEItT llawallan Hotel.
STEAM AND VACUUM PUMN
TIIE L'XDEUSH.XKD HAVE JUbT
pfaf vsy4 Yirw Irsav Ttirsr tttsrtX Itislnn a frill a.
X rccelred per Amy Turner from llosion. a fall as-
sortnient -l tbess celelraied
umps, w hlch art gaaiau
iceu lo t( chcarxr and txriur inau any otner slru or
tcarr and beller Ibau any other slvla o
pump iraporieu m caji me aucniion
,. T . . . .... :..... ..- . ' -
ported call tb attention of i.
llcoUrly lolks Vacuum 1'uuip, which ta less conipll
catM and mora scrsleahla than other Pnmtis.
ttam lf I' llltEVVtift A CO.
rpiIE UNliElWIGNUD IS 1K-
X pared to translate, with accuracy aud dispatch,
snd un reasonable terms
sslt, Lsasos, sVc, etc..
Kroui L'ngllsh lollasallau, and xttturm. lU.ldtuce'
No. V Ksama ttrtel. May b found at tht Law 0J,es of
A. B. utrivtii.uaiini nuiaess noars.
U. L. DHKLDON,
2 --r. -BSSSSSSS T.m-mR
it PVPflSSSSSSSUVV.L'e-'LlL BMBSSSflSssSK
RosieR Board nf Underwrllers.
VUKKTH. for thr HalvslUn Islamls,
W.ijy l" nRKWKR A CO
I'uii.iilHplila Board of tlnderwrilrrs
VIIKMTD for the llnsrnllnu l.lmiil.,
nr c nni:wF.it.t co
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
riiiir. tixni.nsiitiXKn iiavinu nr.r.M ai.
M. polnlrd Aernts of the above Company, are pre
pared to Inxuc risks against Are on Ntonr and llrlrk
ntilldlni, and on Uterehsnrllse stored therein, on
the mo.t favoranle terras. For pirtlenlars apply at the
P A HUIIAF.F
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
HIIII.niJKiN. .f KRniANniaiK, t'HRM.
TURK and Machinery Insured against Kirn nn the
mot favorable terms.
A. JAM.r.K, Agent for the Hanallan Islands.
, WW ly
fllllK ABE.KT FOrlTIIE HltlTItill For-
M. elgn Marine Insurance Company (Limited) has
received Instructions lo Iteilnee ihe Rale of In
surance between Honolulu and Ports In the Pacific, and
Is uow prepared lo l sue Tollcles nt Iho lowest rates,
with a pptclal reduction on freight per steamers.
TIIEO. II. DAVIE.S.
MJ ly Agent llrlt. For. Mar. Ins. Co.. Limited
V. A. HOnAEFER,
KKNTofllremcii Beard of Undarvvrlt era,
Agenior iircsaen uoaru or unuerwrucrr.
vRcnioi Vienna uoara oi unncrwriirrs.
Claims against Insurance Companies within the juris
diction of thr above Boards of Underwriters will have
to be certified to by the above Agent to make them
valid. 893 ly
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
of ft a if rn a iv ci rco.
CASTLE & COOKE, ACENT8
71 For the llawallan Islands. 1
Rhenish Weatphallan Lloyd
or n. UE.ADBACII, Rhenhh Irnssln.
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co.,
or AAcnr.x. (Aix.i.AriiAPKi.i.t:.)
AM. CLAIMS! FOR PAnTICCLAK AVKK.
AOE sustained by Uooda arriving here, and In
sured in the abovo Companies, have tn be made with
the cognizance of and certified to by the undersigned,
In order to be valid. J. C. OI.ADE, Agent.
LIVERPOOL and YoNDON and GLOBE
HAVE ESTABMNHEn AH AUENCY IX
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, and the un
dersigned are prepared to vr rite risks against
FIRE ON BUILDINGS, MERCHAMSK AM)
On favorable terms. DwelllssirKlBlisn Speciality
Detached dwellings and contents insured for a period
of three years, for two premiums In advance, fasswa
promptly sirtjnsted nd payable ker.
S8 dm BISHOP A CO.
Marine Insurance Company, of Berlin.
F o ltTU N A
General Insurancejtompany of Berlin.
THE ABOVE ISfNUKANCE C'OKPAXIKN
have established a Oeneral Agency here, and tho
undersigned, General Agents, are authorized to take
Klsks aicalust Ihe Dangers or Ihe Mess at the
Most Reasonable Rates, and on Ihe
Moat raves-able Terms.
867 I) K. A. bCIIAEFKR A CO., General Agents.
SOUTH BRITISH AUD KEKCAHTILE
X 23. as ii. iran. zx o Oompnny
Of linden aad Edineni
Hcsourcea of the Company as at 31st December, lBbo:
Reserve. ...1811,570 ID 11
serve 317,05710 10
Loss Ace. 39,61 9 'J
1-1,201,513 5 It
Risienl-i: rem the EAn 1880 Fire Prcruinuia and In
terest, i'1,013,000 a.
K. HOFFbCIILAEUBR A CO.,
B65 M Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
WILDER 6l CO.
Honolnln, llawallan Islaads.lleu
ersl AarenU arthe
Mutual Life Insurance Comply
or NEW TORK,
Largest, Safest and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. COI
IN THE WORLD!
Cash Aast, over 900.000,000 I
For Information concerning the Company, and
for Hates of Insurauce, apply to WlLDKIt & Co.,
Oen'l Agents, or
. . J. K.WISKftAh'.
8'JJ 3m Soliciting Agent.
ii i r.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
or duston, mass
lh Oldest Purely Mutual Lia Imurunta Co. in
the United States.
Fetielti limed on the att fsrorsbla Tsrmi.
Esample ef Xen-Verrtllare rian
INSURED AOE.n YEAItli-OnDtNARY LIFE
1 Annual premium continual Policy 2 years 3 days
S Annual premiums cunllnue Pulley 4 years 13 days
3 Annual premiums continue Policy b years 37 da) a
t Annual premiums continue Policy S yeara days
5 Annnal premiums continue Policy 10 years M days
otanj. I 11,000,0001
Losses Paid laraaerss Heaelala Agenry,
CASTLE It COOKE. AJENTS
h-l OR TUB IUWA1UII tlHllUa ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company Resetvcltcklnuutk 6.000.WJO
" Ihelr Re-lnsuraucs Companies " 10150,001)
Total Reicbimaik 107,(50,001
FIRE INIUKAHOI COMPANY,
Capital of lb Company A Heiers..Relchimirka.taO.O)
' their Ks-lnsurancc Corapsnles " Jj,UU),0CO
Capital of the Company
of the sboft Ihrtt roBibSDls tar lha UssIIaii
Islsnds, art prrpartd to insart Bslldlsfs, fsrmtnrt,
Xerthsndi.t sad Produce, Machinery, Ac, alaaHocar
and Kic Mills, snd sesssls In ths harbue. atainat lo.s
or dssaact by Ire, on tht most fttorablt tirsns.
ry H. IIACKfULU A CO.
CORN, IRAN, OATH.
ay f., e., c.
isj bAslm bt
Mot Ilh. IT. aVOLLVK A CO, W
' Ism Mm BMf
sT TCI OLLIbCe.
a-Vifcjic J. Hi'i .. SJtA.-.. t, Cr.f&i&lmtfr,
AT LIFE RATES !
PLAN OF ENDOWMENT POLICIES I
This I'ollcy I'rori.lcs Top VoniMjIf
LARGE SUMF MONEY
LV AI) VAXCED YEARS, anil
Also Your Family, in Case
of Your Decease,
At the Cost of a Plain Life
It nmy lio ns necessary to provitlo
money for yourself nnd family in nd
vnnccd years, as for your family in cuso
of your deatli.
BY THIS INVESTMENT,
ORDINARY LIFE RATES
TIIE POLICY BEING
The AMOUNT to bo returned is not
problematical, but is fixed in 11 POSI
TIVE CONTRACT. This lias great
ADVANTAGE OVER TIIE TON
TINE PLANS. It is no SPECULA
TION in the misfortune of neighbors
NO LOSS TO TUB POLICY
HOLDER. If ho fails to pay a PAID
UP POLICY issued to him losses and
endowment claims PAID AT ONCE
THE MANHATTAN POLICY
INCONTESTABLE by its terms.
Thoro is nothing left for FUTU11E
20 YEAlt ENDOWMENT, NEW
EXAMPLE: Ago at timo of Insur
ance, 40 years tho Annual Premium on
S10.000, NEW PLAN is 341.60.
This will give to tho family, or to
$10,000 in Case of
during 20 yeare, or to tho insurer who
lives to tho end of that period,
$6,1 30 IN GASH !
15 YEAR ENDOWMENT, NEW
Age 30 yeara. Annual premium on
$10,000 is $371.50. This will givo 10
000 in caso of death, or if living: at tho
end of fifteen yeara, 5,511 in cash.
10 YEAR ENDOWMENT.NEW
Ago 25 years. Annual picmium on
$10,000 is 544.40. This will givo 10
000 in caso of death, or ir living at tho
end of ten years, 5,240 in cash.
tlSl" All Classes of Policies issued by
tho MANHATTAN LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
BISHOP & Co.,
J. W. 8TEV Elan,
81 Special Agent.
J. WILLIAMS & CO.
--HAVING I'UIlUIAbKll 1IIU
PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY OF MR. M. DICKSON AT
No. Wl and 101 I'art ht.
Will (outluiia tho linslncss at Iho old riant). Ily l.
"HtlANKIi r Il.iril-S ami uniilnylni; lIMJtr.
CI.AMMAKTINr.uiMhall.ul-aorlu maintain tbo
prestige of tLe old aud popular Uallcry. aud to wrrll a
liberal patronage by fair urallng and superior Wort,
Special Attention Given to Children,
We ure prepared to do all kinds nflsrgu Work from
Mltiiliitmeto I.lfoblie, cither In
Water Colors, Crayon, India Ink, or
Oil. Photos. Colored, Ax., Arc.
Ihe only Calliry )n llouoluln lilch liai a complete
Collection of INI.a.Ms VlllW n, In addition to those
purchased of Mr. Wesson, we bare the entire collec
tion of VHtm aud Portrait Nrratttcs made by Mr.
Chsse, thus enabling into offer the greatest Yarkty In
Lava Flow Views,
Also, s supply of Ilaa!lan aud Month eiea Island
cariosities, ferns, Whcll., Ac., Ac Ac.
A fine stock of frames, Mali, and Passepartouts
cuustanlly on band.
A lady will be In con.tant attendance
Cavairs Reasonable nnd Satiafisctiun
It- Give us a Call.
J. Williams V Co.
10 1 I'ronnrtor.
The Germania Market
ana is novr tonsMany iu jtctjpi or lav osi oi
BLEtMUTTO.N, VKAL AMI LAM II,
from Choicest Ilcids.
I'ork Haossjes. llolo;r.ai, Head Cheese, t.irrusu
batsascs. Ac., alwaya ou band.at alio the best uf ro'e
try and fish.
' Oar Meals are all est and pnt up in Eastern style. Ail
orders faithfully attended lo, and dtllrcrcd Iu any part
of tht city
a m muri A CIIKAl)Kit. Proprietors
A liAKCi: COX8IOXMKNT IX 50
CV llsgs. for Hale by
W I10M.EH jt (JO.
HKMi'COItDAGK. AND HOLTKOI'K.
AM AtUMINTMKNT Uf NISI fRUM 3 1.3
Inch tot Inch. Alst, bpuuyarn belrlux, llsllla
Ilousallnt, Marline, HoondlrxpAc.
I III IIOLI.EK A CO.
PIU rwMU IN l. ! A .Ml 1.3 MAHBKMs
iir Ik KauVsus.
for ball by , HOLLKB A CO.
iiMliM.mil I -.jSwjn. ,..... J . f
JUST UIK IJVKI)
LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
iiiii ii ii' n.. iii
11 uui ui
ALL 'I HE USUAL S'JOOK S1ZE9,
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FENOIKO AMD PICKETS
A Most Complete Stook of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WAIL PAPER
BOLTS. SCREWS. Ktr
ScuutliiiK; 1'lntik, nuifnci! iitnl rough
Ho.irtla, Hiirfuccil nud rou-li; llatteim,
I'ickclrt, Iltistic, Iinttlcc, 01iplio!iriI.
Pn nt nnd Whitewash IBrushes,
m inn: iTkaii,
win ii: .i:v,t,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS I
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Enstorn and Cnlifornln Maka.
KOI! .S,K IX QUATITIKS TO CIT
A Nil AT
i j o -v i is. loma
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, PER
American Bark "Ceylon,"
THE FOLLOWING LIST
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHICH IB NOW 0KKKHF.lt KOIt HALF.
UPON EASY TERMS.
Steam Goal, Cumberland Coal,
Krniikliti Coal in en aim, for Family Dm.
I'M ilenm-H tent,
Out NnilB, 3d to 40d J
Lanterns, Charcoal Iroaa,
Hunl'H Axch, Hunt's Hatchets,
Card 1ST n I, e li o m.
Tar, Pitch, liosiu, Turpcutine,
A CltOIOJi ASrsOUTMKliKT OY
Corn Starch, Tomatoes,
Uoblon linked Itcanti (UtutiM),
HitiKsy Cruelfcra !
JluckiV Tomato and !Mock Turtle Sn,
(..t.. ii... i
UMIf IU MVMUs
Htini and Tongue,
Mulo aud Ox Carts,
O 111(1 lu ths Utft stock of asaaassW tea ItM
nisraii, se jiroiow lo Mil mu I
At I'rlri-i that will Malt Mr
W9.1 V. sWKWasm s f.
BiUUrt. TaWt Tt kk,
IX i'KKFKCT OKI)KK, leTKAMlal
I UUflHKBMkti rhlsnColler4eicskMlf
uarblaWa. orbsrllealacscnaslrs st
K CoAMBsKLAL a?rUUK rAsaVOM