HONOLULU, Jrl. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1882.
WHOLE NUMBER 114.
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itorial rooms at aA Merchant street.
A NKW rORM Pir OHM fJHItRNl RAr WHITTIR
I write my name at nne
On Kindt by waveso'erum,
Or Winter's frosted pane
I races a reiord vain
Oblivion's hlanknest claim
Wiser and letter name.,
And well my own may past
As from the strand or flan
Wash on, O waves of lime I
Melt noon the frosty rime I
Welcome tlte shadow cat,
'I he silence that shall latt
When I and all who know
And love me vanish so.
W bat harm to them or mi
Will the lost memory be?
If any words of mine,
through rift hi of life divine,
Hemain, what nutter it
Whose band the message writ?
Why should the Mcrowiier'snest"
Sit on my wort or best?
W)iy sluiuld the showman claim
The xr ghost of my name?
Vet, as when dies the sound
Its six-ctrr lingers round,
Haply my spent life will
let-aye some Cunt echo still
A whier giving breath
Of prune or blame to deith,
Soothing or saddening such
As love the living much
therefore with yearning vain
And fund I Mill would fain
A kindly judgment seek,
A lender thought lepeak.
And while my words are read, &
this At least be said,
' Wluie'er his life's defeatures,
He loved his fellow creatures
' If. of the Iaw's stone table,
'I o hold he scarce was able
I he first precept fast
He kept tor man the last.
M Through mortal lapse and dullness
What lacks the hlernal r ullness,
If still our weakness can
Love Him In loving man?
14 Age brought him no despairing
Of the world's future firing;
In humin nature still
He found more good than ill.
' lb all who dumbly suffered,
His tongue and in he offered;
His life was not his own,
Nor lived for self alone.
"He loved the scholar's quiel,
Yet, untemplcd by it.
Our 1 tort's dream of Uauty,
He siruve to do bis duty.
" He meant no wrong to an),
He sought the good of many,
Yel knew both sin and full)
May (Jod forgive him wholly 1"
REMINISCENCES OP HONOLULU.
On the loth of January, 1855, George M.
Kiiliutson was aiK)inleil a, justice of the su
prime court in place of lion. Lorrin Andrews,
ulio was comiriissioiitil judge of prolate.
The fall season of 1854 limcil less arrials
of whalers at the ports of these Islands than
for the previous three seasons. They num
bered 276 vessels, reporting a. catch of 4,276
Mils sperm, 191,843 bbls whale, anil 2,698,180
lbs lxnie. The greatest catch reKtctl by one
ship was that of Ihe South America, Captain
Walker 2,600 bbls anil 45,000 lbs Ironc.
February 9th, the King's birthday, was cele
brated by a military review on Ihe plains, con
sisting of cavalry, artillery and infantry, nurn
Idling 550 men. The Hawaiian Guards,
Captain J, II. llrown, made a fine, soldierly
apearancc. Ten thousand persons, it was
estimated, witnessed the review. In the
evening there was a brilliint soiree at the
February 5th, arriveil the lurk What Chttr,
from Hongkong, with 183 coolies.
The Legislature of 1S55 was convened April
7th, The following were the representatives:
Hawaii A. G. Thurston, G. It. Kalaukane,
S.Kiii, I'auln, Keaniho, It, Kobinson, John
lij Maui J. V. Austin, '.. I'. Kaumaea, D.
Kaauwai, J. Kichardson, V. I'. Knhale, V.
Kaluna; Oahii G. M. ltolwrtson, T. C. II.
Kooke, J. V. i:. Maikai, J. Fuller. William
Sumner, K. G. Davis; Kauai II. M. Whit
ney, II. A. Wdemann, S. I'. Kalama. G. M.
Koliertson waselectel speaker; O. II. Gulick,
ck-rhj II. S. Swinton, sergeaut-at-arms, and
Kev. V.. W. Clark, chaplain.
March 19th, Judge Lee sailed for San Fran
cisco en route for Washington as the King's
tnvoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary. June 12th, annual meeting of the Koval
Hawaiian Agricultural Society. In the ab
sence of the president, Judge Lee, Dr. K. W.
Wood, one of the vice-presidents, took the
chair. The address was delivered by Mr,
Chase, American consul at Laluina. The
Fair look place as usual on the 13th, but the
exhibition fell far short of former )rurs in
ipiantity and variety.
June lith, died in Honolulu, the Hon. A.
I'akl, the last of the family of old high chiefs.
His ancestors lielongetl to the Kamrhameha
and Kiwalao families of Maul ami Hawaii.
Hi's father's name was Kalauihclemaiiluna, and
liu mother's Kahooheihcialiui He was bom
in Molokal in the veai " Ualakaa," about
1808, and was consequently not far from 47
y eats of age at the time of hU death. He was
a man of commanding presence, fully six feet
ill height, intelligent in countenance, and of a
eiy light or thu complexion. Not only was
he of high rank by birth, but he held an im
(witant place in the councils of the nation.
Among the offices held by him at different
times were those of a judge of the supreme
court, governor, privy councillor, incniK'r of
the House of Nobles, and chamberlain of
Kamchamcha II I. The most marked feature
of his character was his limitless. He was for
the last fourteen ) ears of his life a consistent
iiieiulxr of the Kawaiahao church, and died
in the faith of the Goscl, much lamented by
a wide circle of friends, both foreign and na
tive, and particularly by all the high chiefs.
On the 16th of June the Legislative Assem
bly was dUso!rd not prorogued liy the
King, owing a a disagreement between the
two houses In an item in the Appropriation
Hill, the repiesentatives insisting on u)iiu
Dr. (1. A. Lathrop tome $1,500 for services
during the smallpox- epidemic of 1853, and the
nobles throwing out the item when it came up.
llcsides this, the representatives had passed a
bill of aptMoptiations exceeding the estimated
revenue by alwut $200,000. There seemed 110
prospect of agreement, inasmuch as the nobles
bad nude repeated ellorts at conciliation with
the representatives without success, and finally
the Utter refused to confer with the nobles at
all about the Appropriation Hill. The King
therefore issued his proclamation dissolving
the assembly, and ordered new elections to
lake place on the following loth of July, It
was a majority of two only in the representa
tives, that causes! all the trouble.
The principal acts (nssctl at this session
werci To regulate nix-al in bankmptc); For
the suppression of pros'ltution) To regulate
assessment and collection of taxes; 1'ixing
legal majority of males and females; Tariff and
revenue rcgulillons; To Institute hospitals for
sick Kjor; To regulate proceedings In courts of
law; To rcgulitc the shipping and disclnrgc
of seamen; To authorize a loan of $!50,rjr;
Relating to Ihe public health and establishing
the Hoard of Health. An amendment In the
Constitution was proKscd (to be acted on the
following )car) making the session o( the Leg
ishturc tricnnlsl instcid of annual.
After an incumbency of over six )ears Mr.
V. O. Hall retired from the position of editor
of the Polynesian and director of the govern
ment press on the 30th of June, 1855, and was
succeeded by Mr. C. (J. Hopkins.
July 71I1 occurred the largest and most de
structive fire that up to tint time had ever
occurred in this city. 1 he "Varieties" Thea
ter, a great shell of a wooden structure that
stood on King street alKiul where Rose's car
riage shop now stands, caught fire alwiiit 9130
o'clock in the evening and in a short time was
ll.it with the ground, together with the ad
joining buildings the iolicc station-house,
the stores of Mr. Colin, Afong and Messrs.
Watts fi Co., all dry goods dealers. A stone
store Monging to Mr. II. Dimond escaped
and prevented the spreail of the conflagration
in that direction. A new wooden fence around
the llcthcl premises had to be knocked down
to save the building, which at one time was in
imminent danger, so much so that Kev. Mr.
Dinion gave it up for lost, and called upon
those ersons who were in the belfry gillery
to comedown ami save their lives. The door
of the church nearest to where the lire was
raging was very much charred with the heat.
Had the Ilcthel actually got on fire, doubtless
every building, large and small (all of wood),
between King street and the waterside would
have lieen destroved. Captain Snow's store
(llvmin Ilros.), the Merchants' Kschangc
Hotel Gatette office), the I'ostofficc (J. W.
Kobcrtwn & Co.), and the Polynesian office
(now Postofficc) were in imminent danger.
Sparks flew seaward in every direction with
the wind and set fire to combustibles so far
away as Jas. Kobinson & Co.'s premises. Only
by great exertions were several roofs prevented
from igniting. Fortunately the trades were not
blowing with their usual force. The loss was
aliout $25,000. Mr. Swinton, the deputy
nirshil, ofTercd $200 reward for information
as to the supxsed inccndiiry. On the same
day on which the fire occurred, ami just one
hour before it broke out, a preliminary meet
ing was held for the organization of a new fire
company, to lie st)led "Honolulu Knginc
Company No. 1." The company thus formed
was officered as follows: Foreman, W. Z.
Cuttrell; assistant foreman, IMward llurgcss;
secretary, Henry I. Poor; treasurer, William
The "Kxtraordiinry Session" of the Legis
lature of 1855, rendered necessary by the non
passage of the Appropriation Hill at the regu
lar session, was opened on the joth of Jul) by
the King in person. In his sjiccch the King
said: It is solely to pass the Appropriation
Hill that j 011 arc now brought together. I
trust that while )our memories are so freshly
charged with the circumstances that prevented
unanimity between ) our two houses in regard
to the bill of supplies, upon which sou were
deliberating when lately I dissolved jou, there
will be a desire on the iart of all to restrict
the amount appropriated for the current sear
within the probable limits of the scar's re
ceipts. It is useless to imke appropriations
for appearance sake, knowing that they will
not, liecause they cannot, he acted on."
The following were the representatives re
turned for this session: Hawaii S. L. Aus
tin, J. Kcawchano, Robert Robinson, John Ii,
.II. L. Sheldon, Preston Cummings, J. Kupa-
kec, Haalelea; Maui K. Maui, James W-
Austin, Kahookano, II. Kmhelani, John Kich
ardson, D. Kaauwai, S. G. Dwight, Kama!
(Klekane; Oahu G. M. Kolwrtson, S. P.
Kalama, W. Webster, P. Naone, J. D. Hlair,
A. Kcawehunahala, R. Moffit, It. G. Davis,
G. W. Lilikalanl, Godfrey Rhodes, It. S.
Ilollister. G. M. Roliertson, speaker. O. II.
Gulick, clerk; K. W. Clark, chaplain; II. S.
Swinton, sergeant-at-arins; W. Chamberlain,
engrossing clerk. 11. l. s.
LA TE EOA'ECX, A'E ll'S.
The following are the mast iniiortant news
items received from San Francisco by the City
of New York The latest dispatch from
Columbia, O.regardingthc election in that state
savs, the otticial vote of Stark county completes
the official vole of the Eighteenth District, and
shows the election of McKinlcy over Wallace
for Congress by eight voles. 'I his makes the
Ohio delegation stand eight Republicans anil
thirteen Democrats. On the returns received,
it is estimated that the Democratic majority in
the State will be aliout 10,000. . . . . , A bill has
been introduced in the Vermont Legislature,
rcouinng auinoriiics 10 render prisoners insen
sible liefore execution Yellow fev er and
smalt-pox, which have been making frightful
ravages in Mexico, the West Indies, and some
of the Southern States is aliating slightly
Trouble is anticipated with the Indians on
r.4fllfl 1 H.l.k , 1.1... I., ft... Vn.ll... .... T- 1
.M,M..u .vii.iiuii, i, mi- .lulu,., e-si terri
tory, Canada. The whites, it apK-ars made
encroachments and engendered a feeling of
hostility. The result of the council of Indians
has Ueii forwarded to the Indian Doarmcnt
in which it is stated that they decided
not to lease any portion of the Reservation to
the whites, as contemplated. This may give
rise to serious complications News from
Areiuita, Peru, says official acts of the pro
visional government show that they are march
ing towards a fatal end. The prefect of Are
tjuipa has tendered his resignation, but the
Supreme Tribunal refused 10 accept it, because
his services cannot be diiensed with at pre
sent .....Small-pox is raging in Ilogota.
There are 95 cases in the litnpital. The beds
of the victims have lieen daily filled with the
new cases ...The examination of Arab!
Pasha was continued on the 12th ult. It is
understood he ably defended himself,
den) ing complicity in the massacres and in the
burning of Alexandria. He lioldly vindicated
his coiuUict at the leader of a national party.
He said that when he reached Cairo, after his
defeat at Tet-cl-Kcbir, ami, found the inhabit
ants unwilling to continue the struggle, he im
mediately liowcd lo their will and snuenderesl.
, .The' Ky-vptian tninisiry have a list of
landed proprietors who were in rebellion.
Their provertviswcYth $10,000,000, which it is
believed will be confiscated , , .M. Reache.
a Frenchman and a nieinUr of the Chamber
of Deputies for Guadelu)e, offers to defend
Arabi Pasha .....Uakcr Pasha, who is com
missioned by the Khedive to reoganiie Ihe
Kgvptian army, proposes 10 concentrate on the
line of the Cairo Railway the war material
spread over Fgvpt, and select therefrom the
equipment for a new army, and sell the surplus
by auction. He recommends Itiaz Pasha to
undertake the oganitation of police , ,Thc
inhabitants of Domicile complain of the with,
dtawal of llritish troops, and have inmesteil
that some troop be permitted to remain (here,
as Ihe lower classes cannot be depended upon.
..,.,. The slate of the natives at Cairo is
most unsatisfactory. Underlaying a thin stra
tum of fear there Is a deep hatred among ihem
of Christians,.,... A number of Tunisian
bhiefs with Iheir followers are offered to return
to Tunisaad submit to the French. Tiinoli is
I strongly opjwtcd to such actions
"IXTILLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOHXJIY AT J.A ',
8j MHUCMAMT SrMIT, HoNOU'UI,
T M. DAVIDSON,
atiouskv.it i.. n
No. M Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ATTOHSr.Y AT I.A M",
AnJ Notary I'uUic Alltn.lt nil ihe Courts of the
66 four SlKt, ItoNottLU, I
.1 miiis HVjtj't) ifs.HKi.iint at i.ah:
T-RS. CUMMINGSA MARTIN
Omen cornkh Four and IlKmsrANiA Srs ,
HUliaiMSH A Sit IIO.HIHI'ATIIIV I'lll'-
Office Hours Until 9 a. m., nnl from 1-3 and 6:30-8 r.M,
TNO. A. IIASSINCER,
INTFSIUR OPPICK, lloNOLUlt',
AOI'.ST TO TAKK ACKSOII i.Hixn:
lHntn in Voutfitelll for lAtbor. 3
TNO. S. McGRKW, M. D.
VHYStClAX unit SltllilKOS,
Hotel street, ltween Fort and Ahxea streets.
From ; to to a. m ; 1 to 4, and 6 to 8 p m.
ofrll Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
Honoiulu, Oaiiu, H I.,
soTAitr vitni.iv asi con.ifissiosKit
Tor thi- Stales of CaliCom!-! anl Ne York. Office
at Ihe Hank of llnhopet Co. 1
Qs M. CARTER,
Honolulu, II I ,
AIIKST TO TAKK AVKSOHl.KIHIK-
Hlrnt In VoiilrilrlH In lAlhnr,
Office nt Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, F.spLmaile.l5
WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
nr.STAr. noons o.v voht htrkkt.
Office in llrevter's lllock, corner Hotel and Fotl
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
TUT HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, H. 1.,
VJirSlt'IA.V ASl) SVH.IKOX. OFFICE
l(:i Vnrt Slrril.
Office hours from 10 to 13 a
Resilience 195 Nuuanu htreet.
and 3 to 5 p
D. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I.,
'lELttrilONK NUMUKK I49.
Office hours from to ioJ a. m.; lA lo 3W p,
Office and residence number a, Kukul str
corner Port street.
VII A CTIVA I. WA TVItMA KKIt,
r And Importer of American Jewelry of every descrip
lion. (Formerly ol ban Francisco, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Qukfn Stkkkt, Honolulu, II
I31VOHTKH ASl) J KALE It
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nuuanu Stkiet, Honolulu.,
I.HVOKTKHS ASJI COMJIISSIOS 3lF.lt-
TkiTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 Fokt Stklkt,Honolulu,
FASIIJOSAItl.K ItltKSS ASH CLOAK
A W. BUSH,
No. 50 Fort SrKKT, Honolulu,
aitocF.ie asi vuovisios ukai.ku.
Family Grocery and Feed Store. t
G. IRWIN & Co.
HuNOLULU, II. I.,
SVOAIl FACTOItS ASH COMMISSI!)
WM. G. INWIN.
-s BREWER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
SU IV visa A Sit COMMISSIOS 31 Fit
It. A. P. CAKTBk. . r. c. JONES, Jr.
T-1LL1NGHAM At Co.
No; 37 Fort Stkkkt, Honolulu,
1.111 OIITF. US A Sit ItF.A I.KHS IS HA ltl-
trarr, Cutlery, Tool;
I'aiiiti and Oils, and General Merclian,lie. I
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II, I.,
miiv ciiAsitr.Kits ash commishios
Agents for Drand'i Guns and llomb Lances and Per
ry Dam' I'ain Killer. 1
T AINE & Co.
Honolulu, H. 1.
COMMISSIOS 31F.HCHASTS IMFOIt
. rrnf Itrnlrrm In
Hay, Grain anj General l'roduce. t
No. 39 Mkkchant Stkbbt, Honoiulu, II. I.,
IMVOUTKHS OF (IKSFIt.il. MKKCIIAS-
ttl from Fruiter, Eniitttitil,
Germany und the Uniteil States. t
i6 ANu'atS California SrsnitT, S. K
triioi.usA i.k a hoc Kits.
Particular attention paid to filling and shipping la
T OUIS ADLER.
Number 13 Nuuanu Smkkt,
MASVFAVTVHEH ASH HE A LEU MS
llovts ihI SkoeM vf every Ih-mcrtytion,
Ladies and Children's wear My ttock U worthy of
Inspccttotu Pru. very low. 51
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
toi anu 104 Fukt Stkekt,
Pictures of all sizes ami kinds made to older, and
frames of all descriptions romutiily on hand Also
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of ttw Vatitk. a
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
HliNoLULt, 11, I.,
Itrnterw In Lumber and ult kinttt of lluitil-
ing MatertttU, faint, Oil, Sails, er,,
Agents of schooners
Haltakala, KuUmauu, Ktkauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UlUma, Pauahl and LeahL
At KoUnwn'i Wharf, 1
yHEO. H. DAVIES,
(LATK JAMON, GkHN & Co.)
IMI'OltTEIt, VUMMiSMOX MKMCiiANl
a mt Agent fur
Lloyd's and tht Liverpool Underwriter.
British and Fortljrn llartaa loturaiict Coupauy,
Aud Northern Assurance Company. 1
nisiiop ft Co.
HokOllLU, II. I ,
IViaw F-schangeoutl.. BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Saa Francisco, ai-J tlicu aenis lu
The ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION M
Lssadon, and their Uausiies tu
And tnsuaact a (siseral Rsallrs! bsssitstsa.
CD. C. ROWE,
house mill sins vaistkii,
Pappr HANr.KR, etc,
10; King street, Honolulu.
T EWERS A COOKE,
(SercRSsoRsro l.nwmsft Dickson,)
IMPOIITEIIS ASIt IIEAI.EIIS IS I.V3I-
brrmiil nil I. lint t nf Untitling Mutrrluli.
Port street, Honolulu, II. t, 1
P O. HALL & SON,
Cornrr Fort and KinoStrprtr,
tiiroitrKiii, iiK.ii.Kits is it a nit.
irnri, Itry llnmln, Vntntitp
Oils anj General Mercliandise. t
McCIIBSNBY & SON,
LEATitF.it, ninr.s, taujpw, ash
Agent fur the Uo)alSiaiCoins,Any, No. 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, II. I. g
r C. tOLBMAN,
ItONOIUItr, II, I ,
Itl.ACKX.HlTH, MAVHiXtHT, CAlt
rtati Murk, lhtnr Hturlny,
rUntation Machinerv. etc Shot) on Ktrnr street.
next to Citsilu iSt Cooked. 1
No. 8 Kaah lima nu street,
Tin, Ooppr and Sheet Iron Worker,
SIOVKS AND KANOKS.
of a!l kiiuN, riiitnlert' Mock nnJ niet.il, ho furnish
inn KQtjsK, cnimieiien, l.imjrt, etc
T M. OAT & Co.
IIOVOLUIU, II. !.,
HAtlMAKIUtS. FLAOS OF ALh ItE-
tcrli'tloH HHHlrttmt rrjmir-ilt
Irfjft in A. P. CookeN new fire jmxjf huiKltng, foot of
Nil 11.1 nit Street 98
Honolulu, II. I.
FiOSKKH .STEAM VAXOV M AN WAV-
lorjf a tut lUtkrrth
Practical Con fret inner
Numher?! Hotel street.
Pastry Cook an J Haker,
between Fort ami Nuuanu
- ENGLING A Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Street,
TlXtiMiTliS ASI I'LtFMItEItS, UEAL-
rrn in Store, Htnjrnt Tin,
.Sheet Iron and CopiperWareJ keep constantly on
hand a full aisortment of Pin ware, Oalvanttcd Iron and
lad I'ne, India KuMer Hose, etc, etc 32
T W. GIRVIN,
Wailukit, Maui, II. I.,
COMMISSIOS MilUVUAST ASH OES
crnt Heater in r OmhIm,
Groceric;, Hardware, Stationer), Patent Medicines
Perfumery and Glauware. 1
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
HiiSOlVLV, II. I.,
STEAM EN1IINES, JtOlLEItS, SUGAH
Mttti, Cootrr, Iron, Jtnmn
CAnd Lead Casting, Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention iiaid to brui'
HIickMnithing Job work executed on the shortest no
T H. ROGERS,
No 9 Kaaiiumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I ,
WATClf AX1 CIMVK MAKER,
ISepitiriHtf a Specialty,
KfttaUihed 1B51. 1
O H. MHEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Numpkk it Nuuanu Sthbkt,
TAILOJtIXG Or EVEltX
serijftion done to order.
Men's, Ik)s and ) out hi work.
Numukk.64 Hotel Struct,
MJCATjS SliJCrKl) AT AJjL
hours of the dim,
Sliecial terms fur rei-ular Imarders. 'Ilie onlv suila.
Lie rivate ruom in town fur Indies.
win, i-eon aej can, proprietress.
No. 8a Nuuanu Stkkkt, Honolulu, II. I.,
HOLD AX1 SlLl'JCH irOJtKEJt,
u at vh maker and liepairer.
Quality good and cheap iricci. In stock a variety of
Clucks, Watches and Jewtlr).
T H. NORTON & Co.,
No, 13 Maunakka Stkkkt,
i forme mhurinttShtra removed awl nttktmt
of JUiickMmlth M'urk itone tu urilrr,
Cirriage making and ren.iirine done by competent
workmen. Mr, M, Murray, well known for hi supe
rior work on enrruges will be found here. 'Hie be!
horse-slwer In the country uorks at this 4ace. ios-r
Ckatek up Kilauka.
If. M. LESTZ, MAS Ail EH.
Visitors rcfiuinnif any unusual display of volcanic ac
tion will kindly give the Manager at leau ten days no
tice In fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen in fuuL
Plenty to eat, a rousing fire, clean beds, and the bct
attendance on the Hawaiian, Islands. 3
N11. 6 Queen Street, (Ktsit Market.)
UK. I LEH IS CHOICEST MlEEF, MUTTJtX
rent, FtmM, ete.
Pamily and Shippintr Orders carefully attended to.
Live stock furnished tu vessel at bhmt notice, and vt
ctablcs of all kinds supplied to order. 34
- E. WILLIAMS,
iMrOKTKK ANU DttALKK IN
FVHsrriTUE oFErmtr itKscuiprms
Also tpMotnterrr unit Mitnnfnelurer.
Furniture Warcrooms No. 109 Port street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders prumplly
R tended to. .3
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co.
IstPORTKHS AND DkSLRHS IN
hoots, shoes, Ftrttsisiiisa (lOOItS,
Hut; t'tiji. 7Vhiia, YulUe;
IVrfurnery and Soaps, Waliliani Watches, Ine. lew,
elry. etc., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets, Hou
olulu, H. I. 1
THOS. G. THRUM,
lur-ORtlNO AND MANUrACTUKINC
STATIOSKIt, SEIIS .1(1 EST, VltlSTEH,
And publisher ol tlie S stvriuv I'usss, anj jusui'.
at ,luw.ii,Muu Merchant street. Deal
er in line .stationery, Hooks, Mublc, Toys and Fancy
(Mods, Port Street, near Hotel, llonululx
TOSBPH E. WISEMAN
HonolulV, II, I.,
HKA I. ESTATE II HO KElt .1 Sit EMPLOY.
Rents Rooms, Collages, lluuses, and sells and leases
Real P.slat In all suts U the Kingdom. Kmplo)tnenl
found fur thos tceiin,; ssork in all the various branches
of business connected with these Islands. Legal docu
urenls drawn. Hill. Collected, llouks and Accounts kept
and general orTic. work transacted. Tatrooage solivited.
Commissions moderate. 34
r W. MACFARLANE ft Co.
Qussn SrsRT, Honolulu, II I, ,
lm)Hirirrt unit CommUttvH JtrrrAaiMt.
JftisVlHaen' t'lrr.jiroof Itutltlluu,
Tht GUsgow and Honolulu Lla of Packet
Joha Hay ft Co.'s Liverpool Una ol Packets
Ta. WaLVapu Plaautioa
To. Sptmcer Plantation, Hlto
Hakalau PlatsUtloo, Hlto
Mtri.es. Tail ft Watson, Sugar Machinery
Ta. Puuloa Skimp Kaasck Company
A L. SMITH,
lUPORTRR AND DkAlSR M
UL.MSH'.iHE.MEHIItES HILVKK Vli-
fesi Mart. Hruektt; Yntt,
Kimts Comblnallon Slstctaclcs and Lsealasscs.
ral Wlr. Ware, f aiscv hsius. Picture I raou&- Pss.
Wlr. Wan, Fancy huai
aaenbolu's Pocket Cull
tub, Wouenbolu's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Saol and
Auiauiutson, Clark's SpusJ Cotton, Machine Oil, aH
kinds of MacLvio. NeesUes, "UouuV Papas' Faslslaaa.
aoM agestt of the suurcrsauy acknosslAlgssil
E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER,
Cor. Kind Anu Fort Srs., Honolulu,
aimcKHv ash rEKit stohe.
Quern Strrrt, Honolviu, II, I ,
(IKSF.lt.lt. CQ3I31IH1IOS AIIKSTS.
" EO. STRATBMBYER,
Honolulu, II. I.,
VHACTICAI. VAISTKII, HKCOHATOIl,
Otltlrr, flrntnrr ami l.rtlrrrr.
PD. IIOFPSCHLAEOER A Co.
Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I.,
IMVOUTKHS ASIt C03IMISHIOS MKH-
P A. SCHAEPBR A Co.
IIonolui V, Hawaiian Isi anus,
IMVOUTKHS ASIt COMMISSIOS MF.lt
ILDBR ft Co.
Ciin. Tort ayii Quirk Srs , Honolulu.
I.UM lir.lt, VAISTS, OILS, SAILS,
mnl llullilliin Mntrrltil of rrrry klml. t
P P. ADAMS,
Qukkm Strrkt, Honolulu,
.1 irCTIOSKKII A Sit Ctl3t3llSSIOS .UF.lt
A S. CLEGHORN ft Co.
iMruRTKKS AND DkALRUS IN
(IKSEIIA I. MIUICIIASItlSK,
Corner Queen ami Kaalmmanil Streets, Honolulu.
DOLLES ft Co.
Qubrn SrRKT, Honoluiu, II. I.,
SHIP CIlASllt.F.llS ASIt COMMISSIOS
Importers ami Dealers In General MerclianJrse. i
TNO. II. BROWN,
101 Hrrrtania Stkrkt,
ISSVKVTOII OF WF.KI UTS A Xl
Orders can be left at the I'ullce Station.
Kit S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
MAkRK's ItUICk, QURRN STKKKT,
131 VOIITF.HS ASIt UllOI.KSAl.K llEAIr
rr In llrttrml Mrrehamltnr. a
No. nt FortStkpbt, Honolulu,
irATCll-UAKEII, ,fi:HKI.Ktt, KSUIt.t-
rrr, unit tllmnonit Setter.
All orders faitlifully executed. 33
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
114 Cai ifiikma St., San Francisco,
roinrAitiiisti ash commissios
t Srecisl facilities lor and particular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. a
No. 114 FoRTSTMOflslstTRl'ANTHKON STAnLFS,
HOOT A SD SIIOE3IA KElt. HOOTS . I SH
Shoe nimlv to oriler.
Of best material at reasonable prices, and for cash. 3
TTOLLISTER ft Co.,
ItltVOOISTS ASIt TOHACCOSISTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H. I.
No. iS Nuuanu Strrkt, Honolulu, II. I.,
FntctUal Vlumbevs, Gas-fitters
l'articular attention paid ta the fitting up of the
Springfield Gas Machine. 1
Hotel Strert, Honolulu, II. I.,
liKALKJC IX IjADIJiS' AXI)
dent's Shoes and Gaiters,
Try my store, after one transaction you will be sure
to cuine again. Kcpairrn,r done to order. Formerly of
Qs AMUEL. AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Stkpkt. Honolult, II. I.,
(uhposji k sailor's momil)
V US TOM BOOT A N 1 S HOE
Good work ; low prices. Kepatiiuj duc with neat
ness and dispatcU.
Tf H. OEDING,
xprM and DMyiuun.
Freight, I'ackages, and Baggage delivered to and from
all parts of Honolulu aiid iliimI). CJttful at
tentlon paid to inovmK Furmtute, with
WAGONS KXPKKSSLV FOR THE PURPOSE.
Telephone M; residence 135 Punchbowl street.
Office 96 King street. io6-tf
DAILEY ft Co.
11 rent lO-Cent Store ! Something Srwt
Ten thousand different articles; everything 10 renin t
Come ami awe, nt
Old Stand, tog Port street. io63m
PHILLIPS ft Co.
ihI Whotrtalti Itrnlrrm In Clothing, Until i,
Shoes, Hats, Mcnss Furnishing Goods,
Fancy (Jouds, etc.
No. si KamhiimAiiu street
SX P. BURGESS,
VAMti'KATKIt ami llUll.DKH.
AH kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny, 130, Wlllunuon's Impress Office.
Shop tfo. $4 King strttt. 108
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animals,
treated in tht uvist practical and sciemific manner.
UlSKAtu or tiu hoof a trsciALTV.
ncHwisv rwi , (iuiiuiuiu, wiwis ii wutll
left vnill receive prompt attention. n-qr
" F. WOLFE,
lloNOtf LU, U, I.,
OUOVEHY, FEEH ASH FUOVMSIOX
WouM like heads of families, fboordinghouse keepers
and others to know that lie at all times sell at pru.es
luwt4 of the ww, Onlers solioicd and goods aompily
delivered In any part of the city or suburbs. Number
tttf smg atWt, between AUfcea androfi Ml 5 1 -6m
XI7ILL1AU O, SMITH,
No. M MKRCHAlfr STRECT, HONOLULU,
(Kst.Uuhed In U79.)
Sugar Plaatalloa, Railroad, -Telephou. asd other
Coruoratioss Stacks, Koada asvd alsssllar
cunutt DosigM aaa sou on
Honolulu, II. I , OciuUer iu, iIBi.
-ASTLB ft COOKB,
Nu. 80, KiuaSmaat, HohoU'li, II. I.
Shlpi'lni UH.I t'oMmlaaloH Merchant;
Imsorttn mad Dealers ta
Agents fur '
1ut Hitchcock & Company's PLwuibn.
The Aicsandcr & Baldwin PlsiiUisou.
K. HalueaJ, or W.1UI1U Ksntatton,
A. H. South A CuMpan, Koluo, ICauaL
J. M. AJesanJrr, Mtx u.MaoL
11m Haiku Sugar Cmauaoy
la KohaU Svcw Company,
X U tey CMMya Saa FrcUca
Manufscturer and Dealer In all kinds of
SADDLKHY C JlAHNJiSN
Orders from the other tUands promptly Attended to.
Corner Port and Kin Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
"MIARLES T. GULICK,
AGKKT TO TAKK ACKNOWt RtMiMFNT TO LaKoR
GENERAL HUSINKSS AGENT.
Office in Mackee's UlocW at mener Queen and Kaahu
nianu streets, Honolulu iy
CHARLES SMITH, "
54 King Street,
Tin, Caijer, ami Sheet iron ll'orkrr.
Plumbing, a lilting and atl work In my line romptty
nuenueu 10, 1 erms mosicrate.
Remember the address, oppmite the Police Station,
m Ainu Btrggw Ko om
O J. LRVY ft CO.,
Wabolftalo and Retail Grooera,
Port street, Honolulu.
Fre.h groceries and provUions of at) kinds on hand and
received regularly from Furoe And America whLh
will be sold at the lowest market rate.
Goods delivered to any ait of the city free of charge.
Island orders Solicited and prompt attention will he
given lo the mnt. m.iy
J II, LYNCH,
' M King street,
Dealer in evey dSecrlptlon of BOOTS
Ladles and Gents' Pine Wear a Specialty.
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. Blllilt'F.K sV Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. t
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. llKEH'liR & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i
of San Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGKNTS.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG P1RE 1NSUR
ance Company of Hamburg,
A. JAEGER, AC, EST.
lluildinj;, ( Merchandise, Furniture and .Machinery
Insured against lire on the nunt favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM.
pany of Berlin.
F. A SGHAEFJ2K & Co., AGEXTS.
The above Insurance Company, lias established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
Acents. art authorized to take risks attaint! the danncrs
of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the
most favorable terms.
REMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
y. A. SCfAEFEE & Co., Agents.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Kur the Hawaiian Ulaitd.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCItAEFER & Co, AGENTS,
Tlie above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Acencv here, and the above sinned. General AisTenls.
are authorised to take Risks against the dangers of the
:eas at tne most reajsouauie tales ana on the most ta
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
slcherungs GeseLUchaft of Wlnterthur.
It. IIACKFELD 6r Ci., AGEXIS.
Capital of the Company francs 5,000,000,000
Tlte Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Island, are prepared to insure lluildings, Furniture,
.. I ere hand imi and Produce. Machinerv. etc. alio Suear
and Rice .Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by fire, on the mist favorable terms. 1
RITISH POREIGN MARINE 1NSUR-
ance Company. (Limited)
THEO. II. DAWES, AGENT.
The above atrent has received instructions to re
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and
t'orts in the raciiic. and now prepared to issue poll
ciea at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 1
HAMBURG-BREMEN PIRE INSURANCE
: A. SCIAEFEE V Ct AGENTS.
Tlie above firm liaving been appointed agents of this
company are prepared to Injure risks against nre on
htone and Urick buildings and on Mcrcliandise store!
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. 1
ORTH-GERMAN PIRE INSURANCE
Company ot Hamburg.
. IIACKFELD & Co., AGENTS.
Capital &nd Reserve Keichsmark 8,830,000
' their Ke Insurance Companies, " 35,000,000
The Agents of thealiove Company, for tl c Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to insure lluildinzs. Furniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, alio bugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels in the hart, again.it loss
or ciamage oy me. on ine most lavorauie terms.
T.RAHS.ATLANTIC PIRE INSURANCE
X company of Hamburg,
If. IIACKFELD s Co., Agents.
Capital and Reserve Rcichsmark 6.000.00a
their Reinsurance Companies " ioi,6sp,ocu
Total. , ,. , Rcichsmark 107,630,000
Tlte Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce. Machinery, etc. also Suvar
and Kite Mills, and voxl in the harbor against loss
or damage by fire, on the most favorable terms. i
UTUAL L1PB INSURANCECOMPANY
of New York.
IrlLDEE & Ctr.t AGENTS,
Largest, Safest and wont Economical Lift
insurance Company in tht World,
CASH ASSETS OVER 190,000,000,
ii,-.. ristati... in.'.sviiisir. ..i ens...?.. ii. r ......
js luniivi atiswi ttasssouM vvnviiimi hisb ,uiiiKaii jr,
satlal n asali e-sT I nens-sstsr-a s&nt.l.v .si.fr.A Ai..stai v a a
v. isn eimiva v. iiiauiairvsi mt tt v .tfcsi(n( sv ,w
J. E. Wiseman, Soliciting Agent. t
LONDON AND PROVINOIAXJ
First Insstrtuaoa) Co.
'Ilie above Comoany have now established an agency
here, and are ureoared tu tab. risks mi ro-
enjr of every dcscri4lon ssitlun tlicse
J. T. WA1F.KII0USK. Jr..
TUB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Clob. losuratvc. Cosnpaay.
BISHOP if Co., AGEN7X
IHllmlleil Liability la SttxkhuttlerM.
Assets.. ... .S)i,sja,ies
R.sarr... ...... ..... . . ., ,;,o,o
incoui roa 1I791
PrasoIiuM rtctlfttsl altar daductloo efrss.
luiuraas-. , ,, ,. 1 . . . l..tt
Iiws uroinotly adjuued and paid her.. 1
NUW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
aat. poeapaajr of Koetoss.
CASTIK &. COOKS, AGKXTS.
The oldctt Purely MutiuU Life loMtnuKe
. " Company ia tke Usitaxl SUU.
is4fi-fa Issued f A. Msaaf VmermUs Trrsss.
asssirja or hnx ruarairuia riAN 1
InsuissI age ss )carv-svdlnanr Isf. rJan I
I uil Drssashuss coall.ws Psslky years, , days
sVaqailsxssail.ssii rnasll... Fssaky .,., 1. '
1 aossil sy isil.aii cassMam Pssiscy a ysvars, q. "
4 juassM fs-ii.ii ma.ii r-sssscy a yus. aa
, iiaj aa-asssiavju casMloasa Policy MyaonjA H
Am4s, - $SaUHrAHW.
UWostck HasMsWsks itfagsty, SaV-sl
TT W. SEVERANCE,
316 CstirosNiA Sr.,Ctt.,(Ktxni No. 4)
HAWAttAS VOSSVL .t COM.MIHttos
ARNDEN A Co.
11; A 119 Maskrt Sr, Ssv I'ancisco,
IIESKHAI. PVUCIIASlStl AtlESTSASIt
t'ominl union 3terehiinl.
pRANK II. AUSTIN ft Co,
Orricit No. o CanroaNiA Staaur, S. F.,
COtt.tlllllOS AIIESTS ,t KlltUAItll-
Consignments from the Hawaiian IsbiHtl desired
Ifie lest prices warranted and sales feusranteed 4
CHARLES BREWER A Co.
; Knur Srtsar, IIoston,
AIIKSTS III' ItAWAIIAS VAt'KKr.1,
tlrnrrnl Comtnttiton ffrrtf.
Ss-fli,l attention given to the purchasing of guodl for
'; Hawaiian irnue rreiRii. at URtm Tflir.
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
to,vtn Pianos; 1,000 Organs; savehalff titirofthe
manuiacturers ; trom fi. to )lcxi; cash, tent,
or installments; catalogues free.
.A.MTI.Shl.t, corner Market ami Powell, San Fran
T GUS BURT,
For country merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Me reliant. Insurance effected in
good comianics at lowest rates.
OJlrr 4 O.I Front Street, San Ftanelneo, Cat.
ALMER & HEY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete 'I)pe Foundry and
Printers' Warehouse on the Pacific Coast
103 and S07 LeldesdorrT and
59 Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
We keep on band the largest stock of American Fancy
'I pe ever kept on this coast, together with a
most complete stock nf Miller & Rich
ards Scotch Type; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything In the Prlntar'a line,
from a Ilodkin to a C Under Press. We have a large
stock of new and second hand Printing Presses of
all mikes ami sires. We are sole agents for
Camnlll s Cylinder Presses, Colt re 11 and
Ilibcoik Presses ; also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
ing ton Jobbers
WASHINGTON HAND PRESSES;
new Hatter steam engines, which are just the thing for
printers, 'luerk Water Mot en, Gem Patter Cutters,
and a full line of Sanlioru's boukbindets'
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Printing Inks are considered the lest in
use. Have jou used our Perfection plates?
They save editorial work and compoVi-
tion, and therefore save mone).
afrSEND I-OK OUR CATALOGUE.
Rfmhmdkh No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago office 17S Monroe street
AWAIIAN INVEsSlMKNr AND AGENCV
Com pan) , (Limited )
On First -class securities, for long or short periods.
Apply to W. I- GRKEN, Manager ttm.
Office Queen Street, over G. W, Macf-utane A Co -48U
T17-AILUKU POI FACTORY,
Wailukv, Maui, H. I.,
Ilemt Onaltty of Paint Manufactured Con
atantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
8 E. H. Bajley.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
EI). O. WALLEIt, Proprietor,
PRIME MEATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND 1-OK SALE DAILY, between the
hours of s until 11 a. m. and a p. m.
N. P. Customers calling at the Maiket can be sup-
psicu aiiemoons, 11 so uesireu.
'lescphonc No. a 6.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
The Latest Si) lei in
I rimmed and Uritrimmed, Alyi In Straw and Rough
Plush. Ilcautiful Plumes and Flowers.
Call and examine them ; also,
a fine line of
110.3m. . to) rort Street
jp ENGLING A Co,
The subscribers, finding their previous space totally In
adcfiuatc to cany on their largely incieasiug
business, found it necessary to enlarge
their Store, in order to faci ilatc
lite showing of an lui
mcuse stock of
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
SiUl attention ll called to th following
elLubui nosy ui hajsd :
NEW I'AkAOON RANCFS,
Suitable for klanlalioii use, the celebrated "NIMIII.E
, SIOVE" and "IIAIIV MAY RANC.E.
Set lit UliV, stub Isot water atushueiits 1 Cooper
ers, of evsry description, luade to order t Iron
Pipuiic-'.JI siivs-'lxad Fi, Iroit arid
s Itrass Cocks and fiilius j also
A mr atjla) ml Sttsariafi Mtytor,
It is nu4 necessary to cuumerals our stock of UN
stakb., as e ar prepares to supply every
article In I be trade, and al I'KILES
IO SUIT THE II at Eh.
C & Co. lhank their patlons fur the liberal supuoit
aexurded Ihciii durLng th. past four ywrs, and al lb.
sum lusv. Buuld stale that they are no la a Utter
pusttiuD than ever lo eiesute unlets la their line of trade.
Orders frcea the other Islands tiled and ucaaul
I tike great Jeamre in Informing my fnendi and the
tubltc In crneral, tlial I liave
REM OVE D
To my new Store,
113 and 115 Fort Street,
Where I open vvilh an entire NUW S TOCK OF JEW
F.LRV, SOLID GOLD AND PLATED,
of all descriptions, and a complete
Stls VEH-PT.ATEl) WAliE,
Agent for Simpson's, Hall'i, Steel's and Roger's
Silver Plated Ware. Depot of the Genuine
American, Walt ham and Elgin
Vill bcasbefore.A SPECIAL BRANCH OF MINE
Warranting all Work. A full line of
Spectacles and Eyeglasses,
Ihankfu! for the confidence ishown me, 1 invite the
public to in.ject my stock I fore purtJiasing else
My god standing in this Kingdom, from long )ears
experience in this hufcine,., is a guarantee tltat I shall
oner the BEST at the VERY LOWEST PRICKS. I
have spared no exjense lu selerting new stock in order
to keep up my reputation and to give satisfaction.
NEW GOODS T
Ejc. " tllrnunlicr," from l.irEHPOOt.
JilAS it- GONZA L VAS,
61 HotsU Stroat,
wish to direct public attention to their recent Imorta
Clothing, Fancy Goods and Hand
We purchased the floods For Cash, and will thcielor.
be in a iositKii to offer
Great Advantafes to Patrons!
The Fancy Artclcs are well worthy of Inspection,
consisting In part ot
Work Boies Inlaid Fancy Wood, Card TabU.
TableU and Trays, far superior to Japa-et.
Cooda. Wicker Chairs, Fasscy Work
Baskets, Horsa Hair Watch Chains,
Rules, Paper Knives, ate, etc.
A lara. Una of Ladles'
work) Undar Clothing, Ceo
cbet Work, Antimacassars, Fancy
Fin Cuskloas, new styles. Cloy, Hand
kerchief and Jewelry Cases, something
new. Embroidered Plastroa and CoUar.il
. iocui MsssarfMscNf of I'erMvs'rs.
DIAS sk OONZALVES,
5; Hotel Street, Orey's Black. u
a, Nuuanu Street,
Css.Uat Mavhajr csmd UsskoUUnr.
I OR SALK
Hureaus, Chairs, Lounue; Sofas, Wash'
slamls, Toilet Tu.l.i, Heueket;
and all other goudi aprlalnlng lo a well regulatej
Orders nlled fee '
BEDROOM AND PARLOR SKTS.
Oa hand, a Large Slock of Japanese Ware, consisting
.J Vm SM..Im - . I A...
TaUes. Tray, aasst TaMtrta.
Business don. on th. usual CoiaascicLsl Tcrssvs, aasl la
in. Knglum and llaaauaa ' 'tvirjT
Orsfcr. from Other IsUmds MMU4.
Goods proasptly fcjewarded.
DEAOTHISI THE UNOSMIONI HAV
XV 1-4 saasla canaus lasptoeesswall a Has atsstasw
aseol and caulnicsioa of flssM ana Air isssyii ler
ikVakmssaUi mtmas niiilsswlh IsHsW.af
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