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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANt)S?'N,OEMBER 17, 1883.
Volume iv, Numhisk 12.
Whole Number 168
T lilStl MVSKS.
Nay, keep your .-ali I iiray ; let no one lif
The Ijanrjuet' Jut Iiegim.
.Slave, All their cups,
Arnl itantl Miintl Ihrir clialts with Hj1 of
Tor mc, my lonl, I mean to walk awlillc,
Ami tlilnk my thoughts. Come off, my Kingly
crow n I
ou clufe my temple vvilli yimr golden round,
And turn my hair to llcr i oh, lie there I
And now I doff my robe. Drink gentlemen.
Ciooil fool, put on this weary robe and crown,
And play the king. Had I a wreath of flowers,
.Such as the country maids do wear in spring,
I resh wild flowers, cool with dew, I'd crown
Hut why pluck flowers to bind few gray hairs?
lkforc the year is out a whitcd skull
Will be the lordliest thing that's left of mc.
Away with all this show I this well-filed board,
These littering lamps, music and song and
llflng me it rolic of sackcloth, one of )ou j
Another strew Rime ashes on the ground.
Wicn you havn finished feasting, gentlemen,
Voti'll find mc with the leper at my gales.
A'MmrJ Henry StoJJanl.
At the king's gate the subtle noon
Wove filmy yellow nets of sun j
Into the drowsy s.narc, too soon,
The guards fell oqe by one.
Through the king's gate, unquestioned then,
A Ireggar went, and laughed, " This brings
Me chance, at last, to sec if men
Karc liettcr, being kings."
The king sat bowed beneath his crown,
Trapping his face with listless hand;
Watching the hour-glass sifting down
Too slow its shining smil.
" I'oor man, what would'st thou have of me?"
The beggar turned, and pitying,
Kcplied, like one in dreams, " Of thee,
Nothing. I want the king."
Uprose the king, and from his head
Shook off the crown, and threw It by.
" O manl thou must have known," he said,
"A greater king than I."
Through all the gates unquestioned then,
Went king and beggar hand in hand.
Whispered the king, "Shall I know when
Ilefore hit throne I stand?"
The beggar laughed. Free winds in haste
Were wiping from the king's hot brow
The crimson lines the crown had traced,
" This is his presence now."
At the king's gate, the crafty noon
Unwove its yellow nets of sun;
Out of (heir sleep in terror soon
The guards waked one by one.
"Ho here I Ho there I Has no man seen
The king?1' The cry ran to and fro;
lleggar and king, they laughed, I ween,
The laugh that free men know.
On the king's gate the moss grew gray;
The king came not. They called him dead;
And made his eldest son one day
Slave in his fathei's stead.
Men Hunt Jackson,
AS iTISf.HAST ISLASItKK.
Ilathlny ami Mlathrra at thr Alainrila
Not more than a half dozen years
ago that charming prima donna, Miss
Kniilio Melville, used to drive in her
pony phaeton from her home in Oak
land to the south slope of the Alameda
In those days the peninsular was
worthy of its name, for it was a bit of
wild park-land, thinly inhabited, and the
level reaches of shady sward offered a
The southern shore with the inina
ture cliffs not more than a dozen feet
in height, but pretty rotigh in perspec
tive, juiien upon snaiiow waters tnat
curled gracefully in the breeze. In
looking upon that shore, if a windy
afternoon, one might easily imagine
that he was viewing a blustering sea
coast through the wrong end of an
Miss Melville, with a few chosen
friends, was wont to drive over to this
almost unvisitcd shore and, having
pitched a tent, finally emerge from it
robed in the daintiest of bathing cos
tumes. It certainly smacked a little of
opera boulle, but it was all the jollier
The shore sloped gradually ; one
might wade half a mile from shore, in
some stages of the tide, before finding
water enough to swim freely in, but
these shallow sands tempered the life
sustaining or life-destroyini: clement:
and nowhere within twenty miles of
'frisco could so agreeable a bath be
It was her dream, at that time, to
get possession, if possible, of the
southern shore line, to portion it
off among a chosen few and to build,
with them, a series of pretty bath
houses which should remain forever
private and exclusive.
Of course they would not have re
mained so very long; speculators would
have stepped in and made tempting
offers and in any case real privacy was
out of the question, for no sootier was
it known that Miss Melville was doing
the "Lurlinc" in real water at triweekly
matinees thn the young bloods began
to ride for their health and to ndc
upon the sunny south side of the
Human birds arc birds of passage;
the prima donna took wing. Soon the
whole coast line was before long
secured by men of enterprise, ho
erected luuhing establishments in dan
gerous iH-oximity; and they have been
constantly adding to the various attrac
tions ever since.
It was necessary to box up the bay
in order to keep it long enough for a
swimmej to get soaked through; it was
boxed up effectually; large tanks, with
Hood-gates are kept supplied with fresh
salt-water you will realize what that is
in the course of time. Bath houses,
very hot on scorching days and very
cold in cloudy winter, surround the
reservoirs. Spring lioards, sliding
boards, swings, boats, floats and safety
luwfi relieve the monotonous angles of
trie uatns. mlllard-rooms, bowling
alley, dance halls, shooting galleries,
Ml lutfa kcore. of tented-mysteries, to
be KVsMled ujwn juyment of a slight
admission fee, iwtxorn men and candv
rt and innumerable bee saloons
lhee make a one bom pande-
MMiuqB 01 im Atate)t uattw on sat
wwfcy md Simdby.
Of course there arc terraces and
scats lor spectators. There arc usually
more v,w go to Ipok than is at all
ncccsssry, jet, if there were fewer eye
witnesses who pay nothing for a suit at
this aquatic pageant, it is quite likely
that ' the number of establishments
would noticeably diminish.
Narcissus anticnr.i more than once
uiwn the scene, Narcissus dad in a
skin-tight garment ol exquisite tint and
texture and about half as long as he is;
hut your modern Narcissus, though he
may have an eye for beauty, docs not
waste an altcrnoon in rcianiiim his own
beauty in any clement that I know of
unless it be something stronger than
It is tlic Saturday hall holiday. lie
is at the ferry by 2 i m. and an hour
later is posing profusely all over the
most fashionable Hath. He is in no
haste to wet himself and fur a long
time he is so occupied in watching the
gambols of sonic expert divers that it is
a question if he has time to derange
his fore-lock with so much as a dip in
the briny before the last train before
dinner will hasten him back to the club
and yet he looks every inch a
He knows he is perfection from
shoulders to shank and his faultless
outline appears to the best advantage
when brought into immediate com
parison with some of the ungainly
ones. Yet the latter arc in no wise
disconcerted for they are sure to be
laboring under an entirely wrong inv
prcssion concerning their physical at
tractions. It is not in Alameda that one need
search for modest excellence: even the
excellent arc self-conscious as why
should they not be?
One grows weary soon enough with
watchins these swimmers. Their dig
nity dissolves like sugar, their liair he
roines ridiculous and some of them arc
sure to shrivel up in their flabby bath
ing suits hired at the office- within.
Hut mirth gives way to pity when the
gentler sex, fat and thin, short and tall,
looking like veritable guys, descend
from the bathers' callcrv with an affec
tation of moffesty that is as palpable as
a caricature and bob up and down
like astonishing vegetables upon the
shallow margin of the sea.
Shades of Kapena and Waikiki
and this is one of the dire consequences
I remember one afternoon when the
spectacle had become a bore. The
water was chilly, the air was chillier
than the water: Uathcrs who were not
knock-kneed from their youth up,
knocked knees audibly while their
teeth chattered in dull accompaniment
to the general misery of the hour.
An occasional snap in the shooting
gallery suggested the cracking of ice on
a frozen stream; the low rumble in the
bowling alley seemed the first thun
derous muttcrings of an approaching
storm. I wished that something might
enliven us; something as .pretty and
novel in its way as for it is at least
natural as a scene under the' willows
by a meadow brink, after school hours
in hot midsummer.
At this moment a troupe of athletes
that might have graced a Koinan arena
sprang into the swings and rings and
ladders that overhang the bath; while
these postured nobly, others were cast
ing themselves from an artificial height
and one of them did the almost unpar
alleled tripple-sommersault before drop
ping like a shot into the water.
This brilliant display,lastcd for a few
minutes only, but there was no pause
in the graceful activity of the per
formers and the climax was a stawling
exhibition of physical strength and
nerve. It was a detachment of the
Olympic Club of San Francisco out for
a dip before dining.
They had scarcely disappeared when
a dude entered upon the scene. Alas
poor dude! yours indeed was an unfor
tunate following; but who cares to bear
witness to the martyrdom of a pair of
tongs in pantaloons. Na.maaina.
The-sheep raisers of these islands
may ta'e a hint from the recent impor
tations by Mr. J. 11. llaggin of Califor
nia, who, for the past live years has
been buying Australian sheep for
breeding purposes on his jreat Kern
County ranch. The best Australian
sheep arc said to be descended from
the famous flocks owned by George IV
of England. Their clwtracteristics re
semble the S'kfttisli rather than the
French merinos" Their wool is less
oily than that of California bred sheen
generally, and is'-tiuite as strong in
fibre while it isij a tnlle longer, lhe
fifty stud sheep secured by Mr. llaggin
were purchased by his agent at this
year's great annual stud sheep sale at
Melbourne; the prices ranging from
$76 to $776 each
The New York Critic says : " How
many people know that a paper in
trusted to the mails with a one-cent
stamp pasted partly on the wrapper and
partlj-.on the per itself is in danger
of bringing up at the dead letter office?
Yet such, apparently, is the case. Ac
cording to the Sun the jiost-oliice de
partment has decided that a news
aKT so stamped is a scaled package,
and cannot be carried at newspaper
At Boston, October 1, before the
Scientific Society, Mr. George H. Har
ton, for two years connected with the
Hawaiian Government Survey, read a
upcr embodying his observations on
the physical peculiarities of the Sand
1 in in 1
Capt. John II. Russell hjLbcen or
dered to take command ojMore
Island Navy yard. .r'
Ijke Tahoc scenery is iivfe pro
tected from tlje jirther ralbges of
It is said that President Arthur will
soon pardon Sergeant Mason, y shot
Mexico has negotiated a $10,000,000
loan bearing nine tier cent, inteikst at
' " ' j
Oclieral 1'oiie will succeed General
Ibcofcttd In couuuaad at San Frucuco
ll HH.I.VMM.I' u.iriir.niyii.
Thr lUutillt I'lflli lllrlliitriH nf Mr: .ttlrnh
Thrice fsrortil he who h-uh a filenj at court
The nun U grnciont even unto ln
If I fin.l favor In tny laily'a eiet
And. because the good fairy's elder sister
was kind, he too went to the fairy grand
mama's levee and all that he saw was this:
"Arc you equal to a delicate mis
sion ?' said the city editor to the mod
"I trust so, sir."
"Well, I want you to be downright
impertinent in a distinctly gentlemanly
manner. You must intrude where you
are neither invited nor wanted; and
yet display such admirable tact and
such perfect good taste that your pre
sumption will be condoned and my ob
ject attained. Can you do it ?"
"I think I can, sir."
"Then call on Mrs. , who is the
l'ress' very good friend. Present this
note. She will tell you all that is to be
and advise you what to do."
l'orty-cight hours thereafter at 4 p.
m. last Saturday the modest reporter
presented himself at No. 49 fycrctania
A shade of annoyed surprise strug
gled with the perfect courtesy of the
hostess, as the young man explained
his errand. Perhaps it was the dis
tressed blush, that lit for a moment his
pale features, which disarmed the lady's
righteous displeasure. At any rate her
tone changed to one of reassuring
kindness and she bade him follow.
Then she led him into one of a series
of three rooms, and from where he
stood was a vista view of a scene that
had all the sensation of novelty and all
the charm of ideal beauty. In that
narrow yet ample vista sat sixty gran
dames, gathered thcie to honor one of
the most womanly of woman a gran'
inam.i of eighty-five.
It was no slight privilege to be per
mitted thus to look upon that happy
scene ; quaintly compounded as it
was, of busy battle and peaceful quiet.
And 'twas a touching scene as well -for,
as earthly meetings are, 'tis all
unlikely that ever again on earth will
that concourse reassemble under one
The gran'dames and many were
great-gran'dames sat in knots of fours
and sixes and eights round tablesspread
with snowy damask and bright with
burnished silver and gay with pretty
dishes and sweet with nosegays; while
round about them, in and out from
neighboring rooms, glided, flitted, hur
ried, with the grace of willing foot
steps, a score of mothers to whom
time had not yet granted the second
degree in that most reverend of mun
dane orders maternity.
Privileged hand-matrons they and
a few were handmaidens, thffleast, yet
not the least helpful, a little girl with
ringlets like a story-book child's and
eyes like little Red Ridinghood's. The,
modest reporter wished he had been
born a girl and might wear a snowy
apron and a daintycap and carryaround
delicacies as did the little girl with the
story-book ringlets Jor the busy mother
of five boys and two girls who brought
im .such delicious coffee. But, be
cause he was a man, they would let him
do nothing more honorable than ladle
ices from out three big freezers, and,
betimes, sit in the ingle and take
And anon he held the two youngest
there achubby boy, twelve monthsold,
with a mouth like a damson bloom ;
and a tiny seven-weeks baby girl, with
the perfectest wee hands that artist
ever modeled. And while he held
them came the gracious gran'mama of
one and the dove-eyed mothei of the
other,and between them they told him
the substdnce of nearly all that fol
The gathering was to do honor to
Mrs. Sarah Dickson, on the ' occasion
of her 85th birthday. There had been
invited the 60 grandmothers whose
names here follow:
Mesdaines S. J. Andrews,-II. K. Holies, J, K.
Darnard, Thomas llrow-n, Jacob Drown, Kd
ward Drown, A. J. Blackburn, Maurice Ilcck
wilh, A. I', llrickwood, A. J. Cartwright, J.
II. Coney, S. N. Castle, It. T. Carter, J. M.
Cooke, Alexander Campbell, Henry Dimond,
I,. S. Dickinson A. Dudoit, S. C. Damon,
Jane Uberhard, Margaret ftavin, Allan Her
bert, Frederic Horn, Kluabeih Humphreys,
M. l Ide, C. II. Judd, Sarah Johnson, C.
W. Knight, Jessie Kirkland, G. II. Luce,
Gertrude I-cvey, Kolicrt Lithman, Eliza Mac
farlane, Klirabeth Monsarralt, A. S, Mc
Wayne, Hugh Mclntyrc, Jane McKihbta,
Margaret McKeague, M. I., Merrill, A. M.
Kilmer, F, L. 1'ierce, Mary Parker, M. S."
Kicc, (J. M. Kobcrtwjn, E. C. Richardson,
Annie Severance, Lowell Smith, ). II, Smith,
Catherine Smith, E. J. Staples, U P. Tcnney,
Saiah Von I'hi.Ur, E. K. Vernon, II. A.
Widdcinann, Gideon West, J. T. Waterhouse,
Sr Isabella Weight, S. G. Wilder, Isabella
Watkins. II. M. Whitney.
Only 46 of the grandmothers were
able to be present. Of these 7
were great-grandmothers, -31 were
widows and the aggregate of their
Krandchildren was .170 and of great
grandchildren, 22. One had 35 grand
children, and 2 great-grandchildren;
another had 33 grandchildren, still
another, 25. One great-grandmother
had 13 great-grandchildren and 16
grandchildren. Seven grandmothers
had only one grandchild each. The
oldest grandmother present was 85;
the youngest, 32.
The following jioems were written
by Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham, and
were read during the afternoon.
The first was a loving tri
bute to the friend in whose honor so
many friends were gathered; the second
was a graceful greeting to every mother
Sweet friend, )Our feet lue reached the shin
That lie'tttist daylight's realm and shad
The soft wacHt tints ol sunitt tint the strand,
And all the air around Is liquid light.
Afar, )0U trace the long and devious way
God knew 'twas tttt, that He your steps
should guide ,
Till close beiide the portals of the day
You trry now, for ihcra to open wide.
Like pea.ll thick strewn, the milestones glUteo-
Ing stand -r.
1 Km five aad cjukay, minted to but fan-
While memories dear, a holy cherished band,
Around each one are clustered, cer new.
Sometimes upon the mountain's brcery height,
Willi glad and bouyant heart, jour steps
Sometimes within the valleys low, by night,
With brcakinghc.irt,oft trcmblingand infear,
P'ou staggered 'neath the heavy load you lxjre.
Hut God's own hand through light and shade
And vale and mountain, plain and ocean o'er,
The quiet eventide is reached at last,
Lo there, while tints on eatthand sky increase
In glowing beauty, Heaven Is nearer grown;
The very air Itself Is full of peace;
Vour path with sweetest blessings now is
Ah! how the crosses, borne in years gone by,
Are lightening as )ou near the golden shore,
For every ping endured, for every sigh,
God will requite you now, and evermore.
1 he oqA ones, whom God led a nearer rcvy,
To the fair home we hope to gain at las',
Who, climbing some sharp crags of pain, one
With rapture found their sojourn here was
Arc waiting, where the deeper twilight lies,
In patience, till your long sweet day is spent,
To bear you upward, through the shining skies,
To dwell forever with the Lord, content.
Uul loving hearts that beat on every side,
Would fain prolong this lovely sunset hour
Through many years, Ohl may you long abide
The cherished prcscnccinyour earthly bower.
And when lhe soft still hush of twilight falls,
And your dear busy hands consent to rest,
We never can efface from memory's walls,
Your beautiful calm sojourn in the West.
Like a wreath of autumn flowers,
Perfect in their later bloom,
Gathered from our fairest bowers,
Laden each with sweet perfume,
Are the faces of these mothers,
Giand in senses more than one,
Who have met lo share another's
Honors, long and nobly won. ,
From the moment of life's Jiiwning
Through the sunrise bright ami clear,
Up the busy hours of morning,
Till the noon of life drew near
Hearts and hands so busy keeping
Tint they marked not flying hours,
Neither harvest ripe for reaping,
Nor the growth of garden flowers,
Till therW of life retreating,
They discovered all too soon
From a new and pleasant gt tiling.
They had reached life's afternoon.
Ah, how little can we measure
In a retrospect to-day,
All the pain and all the pleasure,
Each has garnered by the way.
How the dawn was drear to many,
And the sunrise IhicliLw ith tears,
And the forenoon cares too heavy
For some young and tender years.
Hut the blessing and the crosses
Ever mingled in each cup,
The sweet gifts and sadder losses,
That have filled life's chalice up.
Were but sent to mold in beauty
Lues that long should bless the land,
Lives that shrunk not from each duty,
Truly honored, truly gran J
Soon the hours of day swift flying,
Will with sunitt flood the land;
May true peace and comfort vying,
Greet you, as you near the strand.
And, while in the gloaming waiting
The sweet call each one will know,
May you, with life's cares abating,
Rest within the "afterglow."
Later in the afternoon Mrs. Dilling
ham, on behalf of Grandma Dickson,
read the following thanks-offering the
dear old lady's own manuscript.
My dear friends, I would like to say a few
words on this occasion but feel obliged to pen
them for fear of losing a word. When very
young I was taught to think twice before
speaking once which has been a great injury
to me, lusing many a bright saying or quick
reply, waiting for the second thought. I con
gratulate the children of the present day that
this proverb is obsolete.
First, dear L., I thank you for all your lov
ing kindness and tender thoughfulness for me,
on all occasions. I thank you for this deli
clous entertainment, this dainty treat, this feast
of reason, this zest of soul.
I thank you, my friends, for your presence
to-day. You hac come to honor old Father
Time, who has spread his healthful, life-giving
wings over and around me this eighty-five
years ; and thus, my friends, you honor mc.
Seventeen years last March a cold and
cheerless month at home I arrived in Hono
lulu, prepared to feci a stranger in a
strange land. Hut not a summer sun,
the fragrance of flowers, (ricndly
hands outstretched, a genial welcome, was
all around me ; even the smiling facet and
rich alohas of the natives were cheering; I
never looked back or luul one homesick mo
ment. Yet, I love my native land and all the
dear friends left there. Hut we are each en
dowed with a heart that can expand and ex
pand and Ioe and chcrUh the new, while it
holds fast the old.
I have received many blessings and great
favors, gratefully appreciated ; and again
thank all my friends.
I miss many dear faces to-day now far, far
away. Though not gran'inamas, they ever
came with loving congratulations on my natal
day. For them I can only hope they are as
well and as happy to-day In all their surround
ings as I am. Hut the half can never be told.
Therefore my atoha for all.
And still a little later came the brief
twilight and with it came carriages and
husbands and the young escorts of
older relatives. Then there were hand
shapings and felicitations and kisses of
goodbye and some happy tears that
might not be kept back; and, as the
first lamps were brought in, the modest
reporter took his leave and went home
on wings the proudest youth in
i - 111
The New York Sun of Setiteinber
5th, gives a complete history of its life
front the first number to date. It also
furnishes with that issue a supplemen
tal fac simtlie of the first number;
I'Tuesday, September 3, i883,H wbick
is a newspaper curiosity.
MITIt A THURSTON, I W. O. Smith,
I W. O. Sw
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Atlnriirn ill T.me,
No, 3I MmuiAur Srwtrr
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Slnrk unit Unit .( Ihnl.m,
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Suuaf I'lintalion, KaUro.nl, Tekplion- ami titlicr" Cor
poration Stoclct, ItontHaml Rimilir Securities
IlolCHT AND SOLO ON COMMISSION,
Monty IxMneit on Stuck Secttritie.
O B. DOLE,
VmiH'flnr ill l.nw 11ml Salary I'uhllr,
CoKNitr Four and Mkhciiant Srnrrts, Honolulu
LARHMCK W. ASHFORD,
N",lr7irM-;, Snllrltor, l.lr.,
So 15 Kaaiii'manit Srufp.T Honoluiu
UT R. CASTLE,
Allnrnrti al t.air win Salary t'lihllr.
Altenitt nil the Court of the Kingdom. t
Atlnrnrn ami Cnaimrlnr al l.atr.
O G. TUCKER, M. D.,
(Recently of Oakland, Cnliforni.1,)
MAS OlRNBIl AN omCH
At No. 17, Emma Street, Honolulu, H. I,
Opposite Kmma Square.
Office Hours From i to 3, And from 6 to 8 r. M.
Telephone for Oflicc and Keftidente, No. 310.
RS. CUMM1NGS & MARTIN k
fiiti'froni hi. Itnmtt'iHtttitc i7irrnt.
Opficrcornrk Fort and Hhrktania Srs..
Office Hourt Until 9 a. m., and from 1-3 anj 6:30-8 r.M.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
VhyMtrlan MHif Siti'trmit
Honolulu n, 1
TtaunioNit NuMium 149.
0lf.ee hour from 8J$ n tojf a. m.; to 3$ p. m.
Office and Keitlcncc, No. a Kukul Mrcct, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
Itputnl It 00 in on Vwt Strrrtf
Honolulu H I,
Office in Hrewer' Hlock, corner Hote and Fort
Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 1
tttilliam b. McAllister.
IERMA1SKNTLY LOCATKII IN HONOLULU.
OiTice, corner of Fort and Hotel meet, oer Tregtoan
Particular attention paid to restoration gold filling.
Kelyins on good work nt reasonable charge to gain
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A C. ELLIS,
No, 7, QtERN STUFKT .'.llONOULU
Memlieroftl.e Honolulu Slock and llond Exchange.
Is prepared to Luy and 11 Stocks and llondj in the
open market, at the usual Mte of commission.
Has money to loan on Stocks. Small mareing re
quired on time Contracts.
Will adtUeas to tnsestnients when requested.
I7 O. HALL & SON (Umiied)
IMI-ORTKRS ANI1 DPALtHS IN
Ilariliriirr ami llrnrral Mrrrhttintltr,
Coknkr op Kino and Four Stuukts, Honolulu
William W. Hall President and Manager
L. C .Miles.. Secretary and Treasurer
l C Jones, Jr Auditor
Directors h. O. Hall, George E. lloe. 15a
O M. CARTER,
Aiirul la Inkr Ackiliiirlrilfimenln la Con
tractu la lMhar,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Dock, Esplanade, 15
O W. LAINE,
CalHlllfuttoiirr ' JSrnlm
For lhe Slate of California, for !.. Hawaiian Islands,
and General Agent lor the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. 14a
TNO. A. HASSINGER,
Aa'lll to tal.ti Arknoirlnlumriila lo Vail'
Intirioii Ophck..... Honolulu
JOHN H. PATV,
.olaru Viihltr ami ComuilmMlaii af Dmli,
For the States of California and New York. Onice
at the Hank of llishop fi Co.
Honoiui.v, Oaiiu, H.I, 1
JP T. LENEHAN ft Co.
ImjiarlrrM ami Camuilimlaii Mrrrhaiilu,
J YCAN & CO,
ImtHtrler ami Hralrra In all kliult of
Mutlr UooiIm, Vituru Manila,
Nik. ioj and 107 Four Stkukt. .Honoluiu
Furnllurt, Chairs Sewing Machines, Mirror and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Couilves made lo
ords-r. 137 yr
CBREWBR ft COMPANY,
(liurral MrrriiiillUiinJ CammUtlon .lriWa
Quikn Hruaitr, Honolulu.
Officers I. C Jones, Jr., president and manager;
loscph (), Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors!
lions. Charles K. Hishopand II. A. P, Carter) Henry
May, auditor. 1.3
AAfji Carprnler, Himr Milkrr ami Cuulker
No. oQi'MN Stict(Uow Honolulu Iron Woiks)
Itraler I Clkiilettl llerf, Vrul, Mutton, Kir.
No. 6 Quhn Srr, I'tsii Makkkt.
Family and Shipping order carefully attended to.
live Stoi.k furnished to Vessels al short notice,
Vegetalle of all kind supplied lo order,
TtLkHIOHII, ,. . , No. 111.
1 ' "
JUT S. CRINBAUM ft Co.
morlir 11ml Mttulrtalr lt,lrrt In lien
MaksV Hukk. (viik Sniir, HllMOLlLU
JUT S. CRINBAUM ft Co.
fmriranllnu ami Cummlmmlon Mrrekanttf
14 CAMroNA St,. Sam FnANCisca
Special facihtie for and particular attention paid 10
taoMtnmti ol Island produce. a
CanuwyH. CUer JfrSMuVsHury,
No. 11 Liliwa Sr.nr . . ,. Ilouoinu
1 ku health tnsigorujUg leverage l V ute U all the
tcasling takjuiia in ih city. OfcWr from Use other
UUnd promptly attended la ,
rtamnr JWrttM CXMiiy Mitnufottitrv nml
Honolulu ,.,, , .... ,'.,.,..,.., H. t-
Practical Ccufcttiunar, Paairy CoJs and BaW.
N.niar i Haul mmm, UtwtM ran aaa) Haaana
ITiiiVimi.iA r, trtrrtert i'rrr iihil
No. tti Four STnrT Honouar
AM order rAithtii.tf ettcitled. 3
J Awk"nMc5"& I'REETH,
I'Um And i..timaie4 furnjO.cd for Works of Con
Mruction. Ciiil Knfldneerlntt And Surveying OfTice.
corner 01 HnlekmiwiU and Kiluiea treet, neit door
to Widemann brick warehome.
P. O. lion loi. ttP-ly
Itnot inn! .Stmcmnkrrt
Hoot nnd Shoe tmde to Order.
No. 114 Fort St.. brroMTit I'antmfon Stapif.
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
)V hoi mitt c rifir, Itfttift IrUf!lt ttmt To
No. J9 NlflMJtu STRfET HoNOttfLU
T7 U. ORDING,
.CriiTM umf Sh'ittHtfiH
Fretjf.t, Packagf-.. .inj I tig gaffe delivered to and from
all jKtrtrtof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tent ion Rtld to moving Furniture, with
WAGONS nXPUKSSLY FOR TICK PURPOSE.
Telephone 86 Residence aj5 Punch tow t Mreel.
Office. 80 King Street. ino-tl
PHILLIPS ft Co.
Illliarlrril ami Mltatrmtto Drnlrr In t:tntl,.
nil, Hoaln, Shorn, Hal; Jlrn'u I'm-
lit! ItooilM, I'aiirif OooiIk, Ktr.
No. 11 Kaahusianv SrKF.ur.
-MIARLES T. GULICK,
Salary I'uhllr, Aurnl la tnkr Arkllolritn-
tilrnlH to i.nhar Colilnirln, mill
Orurral HuHtim Anritl.
Oflicc in Makre'ii Hlock, at corner Queen and Kaahu-
manu slrctls, Honolulu. j-iy
O J. LEVEY ft CO.,
NVinfrwiiV ami llrlnll tlrocm,
Fort Street Honoiulu
Fresh groceries and provisions of all kinds on hand and
receitedrcgnlarly from Europe and America which
will lie sold at lhe lowest market rales.
Goods delisered lo any part cf the rity free of charge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will be
given to the same. 1ll.1v
A1T0NG LEONO & CO.,
Attniln for Manual Suunr, I'nlmna Ittcr
And Kailu.t Klce Plantation and Mill.
Nuuanu Smpirr Cornck Makinr
'T'HEO. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(I.ATK TAN10S, GRRKN ft Co.)
J III imrlrrn ami Cmiimlnnlon Mrrrhaulii.
Mo)d'andllie Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, nud
Northern Assurance Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON ft Co
lMroKTRR ANO DraLFR IN
Hoalt, SIiiii-h, farnltli jny IIooiIm, Until,
CajiHf Trimlm, Vallnet,
Perfumery and Soaps, WrJtliam Watches,
Ki-C Jewelry, etc,
Corner Four anii Mtrciiant Struts, Honolulu
ri E. WILLIAMS,
Imi-ohtrr ano Draijcr in
I'uriilliirr of V.rrril Itncrliitlaii. Also
, I'lihulnttrrryiml Jlmiiifarlnrrr,
Furniture Warerooms No. 109 Fort Street. Work
shop at old stand on Hotel Street. AH orders promptly
attended to. ,3
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
liniiortrr ami Driller la (Irnrral Mrr
rlnilntlHt. Quhkn Stkekt Honoluiu
MRS. LEON DkJHAN Proprieties
Nl'siliKK 6, HllTKL STRKKr.
Mralu Srrrnl al All Jtoiir af thr Hay.
Secia1 terms for regular tioarder.
hie private room in town for Ladies.
Die only suila-
JJ HACKFELD ft Co.
Ovnrral CaiiiiiilnHlon Atiriil.
Quken Strret Honolulu
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Imnarlrra ami CoinmUnloii Mrrrliantt.
Honolulu Oaiiu. II. I.,
T HOPP ft Co., 74 King itrett,
liniiorlrru ami Maiiiifacliirrm of Krrry
llncrlilloH of I'lirulliirr.
To TlIK I.A0IE: Trimming, Tassels, Gimp., Silk
Cord in esery shade Parlor bets rcslullcd,
covered, riolithtdand made equal to
new, Mattresses re-nude and
cleaned at short
We are noted for first-cUs work and moderate
T"V!LLINGHAM & Co.
Imimrtm ami Hralrra In Ilariliriirr, Ctil-
Paint ami Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 37 FortStrekt ..Honolulu
A W. PEIRCB ft Lo.
.Sif, Vliuniltrra ami CouiHifaalnu JlYr
rTi'frif. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islam. '
Agents for Itran.1' Guns and Ilomh !.amc and Per.
ry Davis' Pain Killer.
VI7-M. G. IRWIN ft Lo.
Suiar t'arlora ami Cuuiinlaatoit Atanl:
ClAU SmKCKIlS, VVM. O. IRWIN.
IIonolllu , ,..,.,,11.1
P P, ADAMS,
.lirrl'oMrrr mi Contintaaton Mrrrlimil,
Qukkn SrRr Honolulu
P A. SCHAEPER ft Lo.
Iinoorlrra ami Cominlaalan Mrrrhanlt,
MuHrHANT SmRr. Honoluiu
17JLDER ft Co,
Lamlirr, Valuta, Off., Sulla, ami llultilhia
JUalerlala of rrrru k hut,
Co. For tamo Qurkn Sr Honolulu
T WILLIAMS ft Co.
J I'lioloaraiiklr Artltlt,
101 anu 104 Fort SrT Honoiulu
Pictures of all sir( and kind nud. lo order, ami
frame of all descri4ions cmistanlly on hand. Also
Corals, Shells ami Luriosutet of the Pacinc, s
A LLBN ft ROBINSON,
Hralrra In luiubrr nuj nil ktmla of Hull,!-
lag Malarial; Valuta, Off., Sulla, rtc,
Honolulu, II. I.,
ACkNT Or tCHOONRI
HaUakala, Kulamanu, Kikaolushl, Mary Ellen,
Ullanu, Pauahl and Leabl.
Al KoUnson'. Wharf. 1
lm)tartrra of Oenrral Martkumllaa from
t'rante, KHolrthJ, lltruniHH ami
Ik I'nllril Htalea.
TJYMAN BROTIIBI'S '
,16 aNb.iJCaLiro.iiiA S.r- ,San FAMisca
Putkulu lleoiii paid to rnlluf aud .hipping U
Uad order. 1
CD. C. ROWS,
Montr mmd tHtfta Valolrr,
Ms. sf Kia iaT,,., ..,..,.
T YONS ft LEVEY,
Anrltniirrra ami I'oiiiinhaton MrrrhitHla,
Hpatrr Hikk, Quern Street, Honolulu.
Sale of Furniture. Stock, Real Kstale and General
Merchandise promptly Attended to. Sole agents for
American ami European merchandise f t l,stN,
I.I-YT I l J- l.fVU.
Vmrttrttt M tttrhtmtkrr,
J( KlNI. STRKKr .... . .tlONCMLU
Importer of American Jewelry of every deertp
tion. (Formerly ol Snn I-rarKltrti. California.) 50
T RWURS A COO KB,
(SVCCFMlltO I.KWFIr-jft Dl.KVlH.)
nij-fiiCr! 'tuit Itrntrr lit laUtnhi-r tttut tttt
Ktnit of Ituthttiiff MitlrrhtU.
Four SrHKRT.. Honou'LI'
Ti W. McCHRSNEY A SON,
triiihrr9 II htm f Tit lntr tin it CotttHtlmlntt
Agent for the Royal Soap Com p.ttiy.
No. 42 QvttRS Srnmr Mohoivlv
r C. COLEMAN,
Hhtrk Mm U ha Mttrh hi tt, dt rrhtftr Work,
HoNOitritt ., H.I
Phntation Machinery, etc. fehop oti Kinn Street,
nevt to Cattle ft Cooke a.
'fhi, Cojtjtrr ami Slirrl truit H'orhrr,
Htorrtt tttttl It'titfirM.
of all kind, PlumberV Mock anil ntrtalt, hoti fiirnidi.
i"C K04! chandelier, l.inin, itc
Nu. 8 KAitUMANtr Srnricr HoNOLVtlt
T M. OAT A Co.
Hit tl maK rr, i'.ij of tttt l)encrttinn
mitttf it mt rrptttmtt
Loft in A. F. Cooke'n new fireproof hutldinr;, forjt ol
Nuuanu Strret. 8
T EMMULUTH A Co.,
fltiMtitlltM a nit I'litinhrr, ttrtttrrit lit
fitorr, Jtnnjfrfif Ttnt
No. 3 NbUANu Stkkkt Honolulu
T W. GIRVIN,
Vn unit t i 011 Jtrrchnttt unit Hrnmtt Jiratrr
Itt Hry ihioiln,
WAtLUKtr, MAOI H.I
Grot fries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicine:,
1'etfunKry and Glassware. 1
ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
.Strum iUtyhie, linUrrn, Sitftir Mtltt
Cntrtrrn, J von, JlntM ami J.rttil Cat,! I it an.
Honoiulu . H, I
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular attention juid to bhip' UUcksmithmg.
Job work executed on the hortet notice. 10
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
iMI-OkTINO ANI MANtirACTURlNl.
Slntlonvi; A'rifJi Afrnt, I'rlntrr, Itook
And publisher o( t ho Saturday pKRSi.and tirui
an AUtnma( ami Annual Merchant Hreet, Deal
er In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music, Tost and Fane)
Goods Fort (street, nrar Hotel Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN A Co.
lm.trtrw ami liettlri'M In flrnrvnl j?r
etntnittni't Corner Queen and Kaahumamt Streets, Honolulu.
OOLLES A Co.
Ship Chninltrt ami Vominlmtloit Merchant
Ql'hKN SrKhKT. HoNOI ULU, H I.,
Importer, and Dealer in General Mercliandic. 1
Carpenter ami llitlttlrr.
All kind of joLLing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. y, Williamson's Express OHice.
Smoi, No, 64 Kino Stkkkt Honolulu
T A1NE A Co.
Importers and dealers: In Hay, Grain and General
Honolulu H. !
E. McINTYRE A BROTHER,
fl racer u antt JVrl Atorc,
Cum. Kino and Fort Srs Honolulu
AARS. A. M. MELLIS,
t'awhlunahtr Hrrun ttml Cloak Maker,
No. 104 FohtStkeet Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Importer amJicnler In llatvarc,
Mrrhlrn .Sllcer-Plateil Ware,
No. 44 Fort Stkkkt ( Honoiulu
Kiiit Comhiaittun Sjectaclcs and F.egUses,
Lustra) Wire Warr, Fancy .Soa. Pictura Frautcs, Pi.
toU, Wotcn hoi ill's Pxkct Cuilcr," Powder, Shut and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, at)
kinds of Machine Needles "Ikintckiic" P.tr Kashiuus.
.Sole agent of the universally acknowledged I.ljht
Running iMmettio Sewli.iE Machine.
THE GERMAN1A MARKET.
Honolulu. If. I,
Jtecf, 'Veal, Mutton, Isimh, Poultry
Constantly 011 hand, and it chouest quality. Pwk
Sautaers, Itolosraas, etc,, always on land. Our meats
are all cut and put up lit Kautrn stjle. AH otdirs
ftithfully attended to, and delivered In any part of tht
city, bhup on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
St rent. (40-tmI G. KAUPP, I'rupnetor.
Fruit and after SepiemUr ju, i83j, thTrlcp)oiies
of this Cwmpany within thf Iii"u.tof Hm.ululu will U
rented al the following reduced rales, via !-
Ft places of Umuru. ,,.,,.,,,,$ j.uj per tuoiith.
V or prlvata resUeiKt. $4 00 r month.
Payable quarterly in advance.
J. U UUOW'N, Secretary.
Honolulu, Sei. zi, 1U4. t(xyu
'fi. luidersiiEbe.1 WiHild Inosl resctrully imAlfy th.
fMitlic that lie ha bought out Mr. r f' intcreu in ill.
alus. nuil.l arid that lie Is r.4i(d lo furnish h Um
Fork, Vm1 mA
111. luarlci arTords, al the hiwts! rale.
' toaJh. benefit cf lh UUary and rUadii.' kooui
Jkf. AHHAUAM HUVrXVSU
siUI sUJiv.r a !4tur
'TIlkMrK ANO WKMINdSOKlOU HOOD
11-OtT AND IIUMOKIsir
ThmmttakT !. tftrroashar lS4k,
allUIIAl.t.oi'lh. Y.W.C ASSOCIATION.
AdsalsMoii fw, .
VJOTlCr;. All persons ar. hershy wariwl aaauvsi
111 shootisyr or trcsusssiair lu aay ..y uuuis ih
W.oT the KAWAlim R:NLII Ct.ll'ANV la
WaUlua, loul.iest ly la. OmuU crnk ad la. Wat.
suaa ris-er. ailhnnl l4sr "J--J- of ih. ...,..I-. I
,- -.. ,., ,--..
Hotsolahi, AssaWK J, iswj.
a. ais,t9VA, aaaaaa.
AKTUTST UATRIAUHtWHsdar Hamn.
t yit r w.larsiaul tS-imiii, Caaaas ate
TJISHOP A Co.
MrrciMNT STmitT llovol.iLt'. II. I
t)raw Hschans-e on '
tm: IIA.VK OF CAM FORMA. Ssn Krnnrltnv
NKW 0kK, IIOSION,
Messrs. M. M. KOrilSCIIII.I).. SONS, London,
lhe ORILNTAI. HANK Corporation of tendon.
And their ltranche In
HONtiKONO, hYDNr.V and Mr.LIlOUKNK,
Tiansail a Cemral tanlinf llusinetl.
rosm-ii n. wisrman
Ural Knlalr llrnkrr ami r.'iii;'niiiirtir
Mrkiiaist Sr.rr .
...IIONOItlLlt, II. I
Items Rooms, Cottages. Itmise,and sells Ami lease
Real ('.state In nil r-AmoTthe Klnirdom. Kmiilo)mnt
found for those seeking work in all the various Uantlir
of business connected ailh these Islands. .Legal ducu.
menttdraon, Hills Collected, llool ami Accounlilcept
and fteueral olhce work transacted. l'atrona;eiiolicilett.
Commissions mode rale.
a- W. MACKARLANK a Co.
Imiwrlrra ami rViiiiiis.ou Mrrrliitnla.
Cor. Fo.TandQviii-t Smii-tTii. .K ...Honoluiu
'llie (ilasow and Honolulu Line of Pallet.
jjohn Hay A Co.' Liverpool Line of I'ackel.
lhe Waiknpu Plantation.
'Pie Sencer I'laniatiou. llito.
H.Latau Plantation, llilo.
Mirlees, Tail A; Watson, Siiirar Coiniauy.
'the I'uuloa bhrep Ranch ConiMny.
IASTLE At COOKE,
Shlnilny ami Coiniiilaalon Mrrrlimila,
No. 80 KiNoSruititT Honolulu
IMI-OKrKII AKII UK Alum IN
The Hitchcock A. CommnN Hantaiiun.
'Ilie Aleaander Si llaldwiii Plantation.
R. Haislead, or Waiahla Plantation.
A. II. Smith t. Company, Kolon. Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
'1 he Kohala Sugar Comiany.
1 lamakuA Plantation
'I he Union lnsurancei Loniiaiiy ol San Franfcsci.
'Hie New nnglatitl Life Insurance Cointiany of llostoti
rlhe lllake Manufacturing Company of Itouoii.
D. M Weston' Palent Centrifugal Maciiine.
The New York and Honolulu IVclet line,
'lhe Merchant's Line, Honolulu anil San Francisco
Dr. Jaynes A Son' Celebrated Meilicines.
Wilcox Gihb' Singer Manufacturing Comiany.
Wheeler ft Wilson. Sewing Machines.
TENNEDY t Lo.
Whol.tala and Ratnll Orootri
No. 6; Hotrl Srit.Kr.
(Campbeti Fire-proof lluilding.)
frrah tlooilx Continually an thr Way,
hslaud ttutter always on hand.
TcLrmoNh So. 14- nnf
TNO. O. FOWLER & Co.,
.Ire jirrimml lo furAYalT I'lalia anil KM
malra for Slrrl
With or without Car and Ixicomollres, Spedally
AUAITCl) FOR SUOAR PLANTATIONS.
Prruunent Railways, and Locomolives and car, Trac
tion Kugme and Road Locomotives, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Port
able Kngines for all purposes, Winding
Kiiuine. or iiirlir.
Catalogue with Illustrations, Model and Photo
al.ru of ill. aliote Plant ikI Machinery may he seen
olfices of the undersigned. W, L. I'.RKLN and
O. W. MACFAKLANE & CO.. Agent, fur no. Fqw
ier or. u
HE MONTAGUE RANGE
for serriNn in urick.
KMM Kl.ITT It df CO.,
Nu. j Nuuanu Strhet Honolulu
Sole agents fur lhe istamls. Th. bes conking ap
paratus for th. Platitaliuu, Hotel or Family, .J
RANGKS It FIXTURES such a
Ifor H.Wer lloltrra,
.Urate liar; Kir,,
Alwa hi itock.
'Explicit direction for setting up accompany every
Circulars an J 'rices on application, ui-qr
AT THOMAS G. THRUM'S
FOKT.SrUKI"T KI0RE, IIRKWKR'S I1I.0CK,
Can .a rouNu a ruiL ASMaru.HT or
Fltaa aad ComrnoroUl SUUoraarr,
consisting in rA.r or
No!., Letter, Cap, Uiral and Hill' Paper,
Gold, Sl.el and Ouill Pens, .
lllack Wtitliig and Coii)iu.tnks,
Caraiitie, Violet and lilu. Ink. ,wti
Diion'. FaljcrV CutlnetV and Groasberaar
Prncils, P.nhold.r, Wood, Kullcr. L'.lluluist
Papcleii.s, VUiling Cards,
Cap, Utlrr, Not. and Mimu Tablets and lllucll
lit Manila and tin. paper,
S10AKES AUtOMAIIC HHADINO PEN
in sr.vniiAL sua,
Vers Useful in Ornamental Wo
INK POWDERS, VARIOUS COLORS,
roa t's wini tin taut.
Pass, M.mo, 'lime, Order, Receipt, Kind, and
Maun (Manila) and Ir.nch (ahil.) Copying Paper,
IJUnk lloukt In Varsout Sir. and Style U HumJiii,.
Special or extra Urge buok risad. up togrd.r from
WESTON'S LINEN kKCOKD PAI'KK,
at ti'Mtiitsi rnmicu nonius,
In Any Style Desired.
Pap.r HuUag or tba Moil CoajpUc.l.d PaUara
(Aiturntv iiKiitm '
A IULL LINK Or FLAT PAPERS,
Constantly la btock.
MUSIC, MAGAZINE, PERIODICALS, LAW '
aSnsaa M Bfctrt Xotie U TtaHtu.
With PU'vu, SprirAUd, UIkssI, MajLU.1 or OJlEda.
PhUOstlBph Fraaue airil Pasaetajtout.
Auiofiaph and Phua. AlWsrn, huuUooLa,
lahud Wik.ttaiu and VVritlo, fHaka,
Aruaypa. fraasod aa4 ivfsfraa.il.
v EUaliad, Eawk. kVUs and CaUaaM,
LarfiM 'i""1-tafi ""I"", Bsvdis4atr
A "t JMaui of PraaV. WrlsJy Cank,
FtsH&al, Sn Inlay ak4 Miif.si.nrusi. SusJu.
JaSrttx' LtH TaajaU Sa4, Caala4tv
UHbKlla rROsM THK OTHI
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