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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDSHMBKR ha, 1883.
Wi 101,1s Numiikr 169
St Jolm the llniitUt's tlay, 1861, wns
ubierveti by the l-rcc Mawru in Mono
lulu with a roxi ileai of ipitit The
brethren awcntbiCti in tiic hall of
Hawaiian Lotlgv Nu ii, lotuer ol
Queen nmi KiMiuiinanti MtecK when a
ytty eloquent addrvn wns delivered by
the Rev. llro. C V. Anthony. In the
evening hi majesty the king, nt VV. M.
of Lodge I l'rortw de I'Oeennie, No.
134, gave a banquet to (he incinliors of
the order at Washington Place. This
w.m conceded to be the mint splendid
entertainment of the kind ever seen in
Honolulu, in joint of complelciicsi,
H.-rfec.iion and profusion. Hit Majesty
presided in iicrcoti with H. !'. Durham,
W.M. of Havaiian Lodge, on hit right,
and Colonel Drjcr, United States Com
iniuioncr, on his left. The banquet
Ltsted until midnight when the romuny
separated, well pleased with their royal
host and with each other.
June 30th, arrived the bark Yankee
from San Francisco, and among the
passengers uas n gentleman whose ad
cnt it will Iks well to note here in view
of the prominent itart he has since
taken in the political affairs of this
kingdom. 1 allude to .Mr. V M.
Gibson then known an '"Captain Gibson,
the well-known traveller." Mr. Gib
son, about n month after his arrival, at
the request of prominent, citizens, de
livered a course of lectures on Malay
sia, in the Fort-Street Church, which
were well attended and pronounced to
be exceedingly interesting.
July i st, an immense comet was first
observed in Honolulu. Its position
was about 15 degrees Iwlow the
Pointers or " Dipper," with its tail
stretching across the zenith to the south
east some degrees in length.
N'cws was received by the Yankee's
mail of the death of John Ricord, at
I'aris, aiwji join. Air. kicom was
Attorney General of this kingdom from
sihortly after his arrival in 1S4.1 to the
date of his resignation and departure
in 1849 He was a lawyer of ability
and talent. Alone and unaided he
compiled Vol. 1 of the "Statute I-iws
to organize the Executive Detri
ments," which, though since suicr
seded by the " Hawaiian Civil Code,"
must ever be considered a monument of
Mr. Rickard's industry and ability.
Outside of the government and its
immediate supxrtcrs, he was not
popular in Honolulu, being prominent
as the king's advocate in the contro
versy with I.add & Co. about the cele
brated Ilclgian Contract of which I
have given some account in a previous
number ot these sketches.
The 4th of July, 1S61, was (in view
of the Civil vvar in America then but
lately begun) celebrated with a great
deal of spirit. There was a salute of
13 guns from Punchlxjwl battery;
s.'Oinnicmorative services at rort-btreet
Church in the forenoon, consisting of
prayers, singing ot national anthem and
an address by the Rev. C V. Anthony,
of the Methodist Episcopal Church ;
raising of the American flag at the
residence of A. H. Bates, on Niiiianu
Avenue (now owned by Captain
Hobron) under a salute of 34 guns
from Punchbowl; reading of the
Declaration of Independence; colla
tion lit which thirteen regular toasts
were given, All these toasts were duly
rcSonded to the following gentlemen:
Chief Justice Allen, United States Com
missioner Dryer, R. G. Davis, United
States Consul Parker, J. W. Austin, S. N.
Castle, Lieut. William Reynolds, L. Mc
Cully, J. C Spilling, R. H. Stanley, H.
A. P. Carter and Ii. F. Durham. The
hoisting of the flag was a notable sight
It was a new silk one wty thirty-four
stars in the union, and it was hoisted to
the top of a staff 1 75 feet high hy the
united hands of two hundred ladies of
Honolulu, amid the cheers of the
croud and the booming of cannon.
July 31st, the Hawaiian Restoration
Day was observed by salutes from the
Punchbowl battery at sunrise, noon and
sunset, the Dritisli sloop of war Mutinc
also firing a salute at noon. There
was the usual amount of horse-riding
there were no express wagons then
ard numerous picnics in the suburbs.
The Honolulu Rifles, Capt J. H.
Drown, liad a parade, a couiK'titive
drill, and target shooting at Makiki.
The iirt prize lor the latter, a. gold
medal, was won by Corporal R. II.
Neville; the second, a revolving rifle,
fell to private McColgan.
From the report of S. N. Castle,
Treasurer of the Hawaiian Missionary,
Society, published in the Litter part . of
July, it appeared that the receipts of
the Society for the year ending May
27, ihoi, were J;?. 224.00, aim the ex-
penditurics, $j, 175.1 1,
' House-breaking and thieving appear
ed to have been epidemic in Honolulu
in former year. " In 1858, for several
months there was scarcely a week went
that a robbery of more or less inagni
lude was not rcimrted ; and again in the
summer of 1861 the. depredations
were quite numerous. In the majority
of instances, the thclvcv were never
found out 'Die boldest of all Has the
robbery of the jost office, which occur
red on the muni 01 July ,iri. it at-
peais that the thief went to the sleeping
room of toM-master's clerk. oircncd a
windov, entered and took the keys of
the post-office and safe from a pair of
trouKTs that ucre hanging on a nail
lite ot-imnrr Dclng abcnt at the
time. Proceeding to the ost-offirc,
they oieiied in succession the door and
the safe, and took all the coin there
WM,Vxnc $500. Then with tcmaik
able .consideration, they icturned the
key to the room of the oU-matcr,
Kcmarkablc coolm, and it may lie
aid iiolkeruwi, on the patt of burglars.
It brought to mind the cuotoin hou.c
robbery or Si 0,000 three yean before.
No clew wa ever diwrovcred to the
A Lwfore stated during the summer
of 1W1, the Rev. Mr. Damon, vUited
tnc Micromania Hi nil in the RtHwWR
jwy veel the Morning Sur, In wrkiug
. hi tb AdvcitUer lc;jne some facts
Mch had i-anvc to Wt kROwkdne in
swsmtsfttsCEslR)e. WHst. , IIMI R
uoa, otm oi' mm MpM
uijMajAjfcMi aaaLtLl tiftawiiwV
Dominis and his fellow Dasscmsers.
The brig William Neilson, Captain
vveswn, 11 win e rcuicmtxrcii, tell
Ilminlilln for f'hin.i in Amulet. iR.f,
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havmeas liasseni.'eas Canlain Dominis.
father of J O Dominis, Mr. Hrown,
I'.x Ullltetl htates (Jomiii Us niu-r :iml
his son, she was never hoard ol after
leaving pnrt Here i the interesting
native story as given hy the Rev. Mr.
1 .union :
wimiM Iwlflitf lh ilAlc la 1S1AI lht tinM la lh hUJ
r K.Wm, in lh felt of ihm , A Ure tnvtt, nyl II
Mt tMl, f tfnkll tnall luvini In II N inii. Iltrr
f ttrtw, l fmfiy Iht UnuAr 6f my ImrotmAnl.
wt -cnrKJ mm tr, hnitMneiy jifl IHltly
dretL llty rr 11H liVa toninwn NiVri. ITty
hAl y mwfc ,fly hllSHr Uul, uiK Fo?Som,
ivihh, il4hintf, c. rhv wnll wlt llity
toucnfU al mi of th wtiKltmril HUihI nml tiriicuiWl
twwwli Vty imfmnuiiu Ihw dMclitl III tint
"thWl ltn" 'On llll. Iutnlmtnrljr i!rfiil, Ml
nun, wrtb m tv,l Hftmlkmlttir Monml hMiwk lie 11
lh yctlty hri lhy UnvkU ' Wa ivit lht out ti.t
IHrfHl mnd fwicKlr, i4Atn IXunlnM " Th nM
nun M tifj aih! pwlly. taU i!rrit, anJ tail" W'm
IK4 ltit CjHJlirt VVlon " I1 wllrtf Oiofl,
kul.i ..,.. rf .L i... ..ii .i.u.i ,. .. .
...n-.n, laiim iinti iiui win tiiv.v u. ..M.imi
Ihi l.i Commiloiirr HfOnT llta irnulnine ihrta
nuule nolUI ImiiCTiii uim lh miihli oT niv ini-
fwnunlv VVhn ih lty LirKlfil, Iht) nuJc tgnt tut
lh " U( tbif " ot Koun. rht wii a Kt4t (tuwj t4
rwH "r i1 ij lit t hM isy Umii
wk t Ihc mtMnrv 10 Ih4 UiClMll. tut K Mu)N rft
W uf the inland Some y lh vhift wtre fr killing
lhm lmmlulrly, Iml cw irwtuiely ppivyitd lh ri-
Hicn. in cinuri rai uurp fttimnc ih cnlefi, whAI
houM I dun.
Ilrt filillr chiel ltkoneil ti lhm
tu Ibllw him, bul hf wt Aiulty ovrlmrrtlt anO llie
nul (imict wa MnvO 6f putting Iha ImI iily to
urnin, wiiicn wa ,iun ty MOntng. I hrn louuweij the
Uen of pIcntleriusE the txwt and hrowmc the Uin
Into the . tHhbneri), I a ftuumury of the fait
wnicn i navr u-llneietf . an,i iram a carelul roniHlefaltoa
oflheic iklileinehu amltShrnofa ofrolorailoinaiiire.
I am lire uMibly teU la the conclusion ihtt the mtinjf re,!
ieroof Iv-lnngril to the William Neitaoii. I think llie
-r4t must have MrucV upuit tome vunVcn rrer or low
islafkl aixl been wrecked, while the crew and ruwenccrt
alt or in pan escaped.
Ulupalakua Plantation, twenty-two
years ago, was a very productive sugar
estate, though it has now been aban
doned as such for several years. The
following facts were stated on good au
thority, in 1S61 the product of one
acre of cane, carefully measured, was,
iSJf clarificrs of 480 gallons each
9,000 gallons ; sugar from first boiling,
7,527 iKJiinds; second boilinu, t.-ioj
Kunds; total 10,929 pounds con-
siuerably over jive tons and 520 gallon:
August 26, a Proclamation of Neu
trality in the American civil war, was
issued by the King. -
At a convention of the native
churches of the island of Oahu, held at
Hauula, in the district ol Koolau, in
September it was proposed by some of
the native members that a day of fast
ing and prayer be observed by the Ha
waiian churches for the United States
in their civil war pilikea. As a reason
it was said that these islands had been
greatly deendent on the United States
tor religious teachers and commercial
prosH.rity, and that I Iawaii was seri
ously effected by the rebellion and
civil war in America. As the 26th of
September had been set apart by the
President of the United States as a
day of fasting and prayer, it was un
animously resolved to recommend to the
Hawaiian churches to observe that day
in a similar manner, with special
prayer that the almighty would speedily
bring the United States out of the fur
nace, purified, and prepared to exert a
still greater influence in promoting the
cause oNrecuom ami true religion in
l'he first number of the native news-
paer, the Kuokoa, was issued on the
26th of September, 1S61.
Yrrr on Our .Sttlr.
Some contend that they are more
efficacious for the promotion of temper
ance hy a moderate drinking practice
than they woi'ld be by totalabstinence
moderate drinking is, in theirestimation,
the golden medium. So thinks the
drunkard, too. Did ever any eulogize
intemperance? Only let a minister
holding such an opinion advocate it.
and who Will applaud more heartily
than will the inteinierate? The late
Professor Miller, in his work entitled
"Nephalism," gives a case in point:
"At a public meeting in the west of
Scotland," he says, "an endeavor was
made to establish a temperance society
by thciieonle. Several had spoken earn
cstly in favor of the movement. The
pansn minister was present, but, remain
ed silent till npar the close. He was a
good man; an advocate of temperance,'
specially so-called, and could not see
any necessity for teloialism. After all
had spoken he said a little in favor of
temperance in general, denouncing
drunkenness as a great sin, but adding
that he saw no need of a pledge, or any
association; that each one, for himself
or herself, should be able to use the
good gifts of God without abusing them.
Tie had no sooner sat down, than a
drunken weaver staggered to his feet in
the body of the hall, exclaiming, 'I hats
richt, sir, that's richt I Yttron oursiJri'
The minister rose on the instant, pale
and under deep emotion, saying, in
toncsof great solemnity, 'If I am on your
side, sir, I am wrong.' That was the
turning point withjiimon that question.
His temerance' theoiy was scattered
to the winds before the demonstrative
power of stern experience; and the prac
tical result was, that theassociation was
formed, and the minister's name headed
the list of members." Dr. KtiJ, in
Hours at Home.
Among the feathered creation the
eagle and raven, the svvan and jwrrot,
are each centenarians. An eagle kept
in Vienna died after confinement of
1 14 vcars ; and on an ancient oak in
Shelbourne, England, still known as
the "raven tree," the same luir of
ravens are believed to liavc fixed their
residence for a series of more than
ninety years. Swans ujion the River
Thames, about whose age there can be
no mistake, kincc they arc annually
nicked by the Vintners' Company,
uftdcr whose keeping they have lK-cn
for five centurion, have been known to
survive 150 years and more. The
melody of the living swan is entirely
mythological. Uon the aw;iiach of
death the bird quits the wJrvr, sits
down upon the banks, lavs its head
u ion the ground, expands its wings a
trifle, and expires, uttering no sound,
T)ve extreme longevity of the parrot U
equally authentic In the Zoological
Garden of tandon there U a macaw
tltat wax admitted to the Tower in the
Diamond are alleged to have been
fiund in Canterbury, New Zealand,
which it u hoped nay prove more
valuable than thote ditcotwfvd in Ari-
umu kmmc yean apt.
.i,v (rv :; 1 x r ihi, i,vkk.
JAr 'I'rlMrn fr.'if ifrtftiff.
It is surprising that in a city like
San Francisco where a large proxrtion
of the joung men clerks, nutans,
lohcmians and the like -are (piiqura
lively homeless, that admirable instilu
lion known in London as "Lodgings"
is not to le found.
In a few cases, young men of means
or who are in llie enjoyment of lame
salaries, have handed together, taken a
furnished house, hired a cook and a
house servant and set up an establish
ment that is the envy of their less mde
They entertain liberally and their
double jwrlors are nt times enlivened
by dancing turtles, while social dinners
are of more frequent occurrence. This
mode of life is, of course, bcvoml the
reach of the majority, nnd until the
I'.nglish custom is introduced a cus
tom which admits ol one or more
single gentlemen taking rooms accord
ing to their means and having meals
furnished them in their own apartments
by the mistress of the house the
homeless one must either herd with
a score or more of enplc who, for the
most part, do not interest him - in that
nursery of gossip and bad air, the
American Hoarding House, and this at
the expense of privacy and indepen
dence or he is driven into solitary
sleeping rooms among tenants whom he
does not care to know, or feeds w ith
the rabble at the public restaurant.
Probably in no city in the world are
the restaurants cheaper than in San
Francisco, or the fare so excellent for
the price. Hut a dinner of herbs,
eaten with your friend, is better than
stalled ox cooked for the million and
shared in common with the uninter
I would not recommend the islander
at the coast to explore the lower strata
of restaurant life ; his curiosity will be
satisfied more easily than his stomach.
Take, for instance, the "Ten-Cent Coffee
I louses," where one may order a square
meal and get it such as it is. Some
of these houses are frequented by
street-car drivers and conductors, who,
being regular customers, are served the
moment they enter. Those slaves of
time bolt their "long bit's worth" of
breakfast and Hy, catching their cars on
the return trip. They have not leisure
to settle their bills oftener than once a
week, but they can get hot coffee, a
plate of dough-nuts as big as dumplings,
beef steak or chops and potatoes, baked
beans and pickles, for fifteen cents and
that is an object I
Nor are the minor French restaur
ants much more appetizing, though one
gets seven courses, a yard of bread.
black coffee with cognac and a pint of
claret tor a quarter.
There is the Baldwin Restaurant on
Geary Street. It is needless to say
that it has no affinity with the hotel of
that name, and it may be worth one s
while to look in at the window of this
menagerie. The animals are fed from
6 a.m. to 8 l-.M., and at times the doors
are blocked with the hungry who await
their turns though some hundreds are
seated at once. The Haldwin is
probably the best paying restaurant in
town, and very excellent people fre
quent it, tamilies in moderate circum
stances and no end of country cousins.
One dines there well, thoueh hastily and
noisily, on "three dishes for two bits,"
and the customary pint of thin claret
may be counted as one of the "dishes."
Hut if you will slip around the corner,
into a small cross street that runs
through to Market, and cast your eye
through the open door into the great
kitchen, it is very likely you will there
after go somewhere else and dine.
I here is a small Italian restaurant on
Dupont Street, near Marker. It is one of
the old-fashioned ones, having a row of
cozy stalls, curtained and with an air
of privacy though one sometimes
nears lamuy secrets over the low parti
tions that are often more atmciizini!
than the dishes.
Campi's once famous establishment
is no loncer what it was : but there
is still macaroni with cheese there
cooked to perfection.
"trancois, on Sacramento Street.
above Montgomery, will serve you well,
ana you nave the felicity of passinn
through thes rank and file of his cui
sine as you approach the dining hall in
the rear, the effect is highly theatrical ;
and, moreover, there are little cham
bers for cozy jiarties, and this is some
time an advantage, for as it all rot is si
nes, the atmosphere at Francois is more
or less impregnated with the aroma of
absinthe and tobacco.
For a daintier and cleaner, though
less picturesque eating house, go to
Frank Garcia's, on Montgomery Street,
near Washington, with its long esta
blished and eminently respectable
About two years ago a syrup maker
named Pcrrin started the first "Quaker
Dairy "-of which there are now three
or four. It was started to advertise
Perrin's Ambrosial Syrup, but ended
by becoming one of the most popular
restaurant in the " City of Restaurants."
Its specialties are hot cakes, berries and
cream, and fresh milk. Its waiters are
all darkies like those of the Palace
Hotel and everything is served in
mobt attractive style.
Several years ago an enterprising San
Francisco German, returned from the
World's Fair in Vicnna,started that most
appetizing of Friscan lunching places
me " Vienna j.awcry." I here they
bring you on Viennese rolls of multi
form sliape and various taste, high piled
in a pretty basket. Your code smoke,
in a jtorcclain pitcher on a silver tray
and you may dilute its brilliant black to
a tawny brown with whipped cream if
lair Vftu llurn iiLn L !...
juu iii t.wnvii; wiat in oail nail'
cisco except mayhap at the Sunkh
restaurants on the North Ucach down
grade of Stockton street is there
served such delicious chocolate as that
of the Vienna liakery. Iksides its tea,
cpAe, chocolate and milk, you may or
der a bow) of soup, a pate or an ome
lette at the Vienna and it will always
be Kood. Hut you must jun wlut 'lis
Swain's bakery, on Suiter street, has
lung -Jkcii fainou. for its paMry, k
nuks, it utufSiw ami it high price
timet vedly for aM of thaw,'
As the needle to the pole, the sto
mat h turns to that tuclous bivalve the
oyster; it yearns for It. Oysters await
jour orders on every hand, they lie
in huge neaps turner jetting loumainsin
Innumerable shop-windows ; they are
served in every style, at the shortest
notice. oil ran take them on a high
stool from a narrow- (Otintcr in the
maikct. You can go upstairs to
them, and sit behind lace curtains with
them. You will find them in great
cellars under the pavement, where you
sit with jotir feet in sawdust. Hut,
perhaps the most complete and com
fortable oyster house in town is Man
niug's, on Pine street, under the Ilolie-
Who ever returns to this kingdom
without having breakfasted or dined
nt Marclund's, the Poodle Dog, the
Malsou Dorc, or the California House,
docs not know the poetry of restaurant
lile in '! risen
Your table d'hote is a platitude at
hcst-a dyseptic might easily romparr
it to a tableau in the animal kingdom
n double row of swine at one trough.
Get away from your hotel at least
once ; refuse the hospitality of your
friends at least once unless they pro
pose to desert the domestic board and
pilot you lip the narrow stairs that
lead to the private rooms in one of
the above-named famous restaurants.
breakfast is well enough, but a dinner
is better : one cannot sit for hours at
breakfast in n comparatively strange
land where there arc many sights to be
seen, but one feels like lingering at
I hope there may be a half-docn
of you, with an evening at your dis
posal. You find yourselves seated
about a table faultlessly laid, in a cham
ber, which, though it be somewhat
dingy, is very far from being plebeian.
The servants are silent and attentive ;
they seem interested in the pleasure
that awaits you, and even in some cases
offer a suggestion in the friendliest
spirit, giving you to understand in a
confidential tone that fortunately the
bonitos of to-day are particularly fine,
or the game of surpassing excellence.
Nor does their favoritism end here
they add one or two dishes, a surprisal
which you receive with subdued ap
plause. Anon there is the twang of
harpstnngs and the wail or violins ; the
flute and the Marionette pipe melo
diously. All the latest popular refrains
are reproduced for your diversion by a
band of itinerant troubadours who are
unniistakcably Italian. How the hours
fly, and the tongues, and the v iands 1
" The hotel is a fool to this place,"
says some one ; and even home with
its peculiar charm is forgotten lor the
time being. It was growing dusky
when you entered ; it is well into the
night when you depart if you are in
the right company ; every thing de
pends on this even success in life.
I remember a breakfast at the Cali
fornia House : it was appointed for 1 2
o' the clock. The table extended
through the unfolded doors of two din
ing parlors ; the windows were dar
kened ; a flood of gas-light added bril
liancy to a profusion of flower and
ferns. Every appointment was of the
mosl exquisite description, and the
music that greeted the arriving guests
paused only at intervals until it played
them out in a gray twilight that seemed
foggier than common. Indeed, when
one has finished a breakfast of this
description at the California House he
scarcely knows whether it be yesterday,
to-day, or to-morrow.
The latest total number of tersons
taken into custody, in England, for
one year was 96,543 males, 41,806 fe
males, all of whom were brought before
magistrates; in addition to which
57,705 males and 5,926 females ap
peared uijon summons or warrant for
offences which included a charge of
orunKness. uut 01 these a total of
140,294 males and 40,467 females
were convicted; 10,588 males and
3,431 females had been convicted be
fore; 3,054 males and 1,416 females
had been twice convicted before ; and
2,578 and 1,624 had been three or
more times convicted before. Now,
here are more than two bundled thou
sand convictions in one year, and these
people must have got drunk somewhere.
I'lierc are 391 'persons convicted for
selling without a license, and only 896
puuncaus uau convictions recorded on
their licenses, while 2,567 were con
victed, but the convictions were not
recorded. Now, as the number of li
censes granted by justices in counties
was 48,381, and in boroughs 21,147.
and there are 200,000 convictions of
drunkards, and as the supply of drink
to drunkards is an offense, there should
be a greater percentage of convictions
of publicans. There is an eccentricity
in the grant of licenses which it is diffi
cult to understand bear any relation to
ixipulation. Thus Liverpool, with
493.-5 cople, has 1,927 public-
nouses, wiiiih mancncster Has only 4B4
to supply 351,189 people. It Is not
known that there was ever any incon
venience in procuring beverages in
Manchester, There is a great discre
pancy between Salford, with 1.4,1.0.,
and NewcastlcupaVryne. with 1 .8.44.1
The public-houses in Salford number
125; in Newcastle, 449. In Ltvcrool
the convictions for drunkness were
13,166 males, and 8,792 females: in
Manchester, 8,293 nale, and 3,904 fe
England spends about $725,000,000
a )ear ih intoxicating drinks. The
general habit of drinking has increased
greatly during the last thirty yearn.
During the period the piiulation has
increased 18 inrr cent,, while the con
sumption of drink has increased 77 tier
vein. jfUiing inc last 7 years the con
iumption of cotton Hoods has decraed
3.2 per cent., while the comumption of
urins nas increased. 48 per eW. AU
lowing $225,000,000 a a kit avenue
allowance for intoxicating liquor, we
may imagine the iwmBe fowuW
which the expenditure of the Utonos
of $500,000,000 i iiwnufactww would
juve to ike HMweaMik iaiaret.. St.
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IW O. Smiiii. f
.SfnrA mill Drill .''(r IrnAeir,
No 11 MuHi'iitxr Stkt . . .Ilimiiiutii
(tfiMW.W in Iff )
Slid? 1'LlnlAll.ln, Kailriud, Trlr.hne ami erflier Cat
i-KBiitn .iincM, iiami. aiM Kiinnir pmiTiiira
Hul'rlllf ANII Sol II (l CclMMIwllON.
Money leaned on Siotk Slectirlite.
;s ii. noLn,
r'liiill.eor ill ,,iiir fimr .Vnfilr; lnMr,
ConNrit r'OKT AKtl MmClMNT SrFKT HoNutVltl
-sLAWtNCR W, ASIIPOHD,
I "l ,-;;, Unllrllnr, .'!,,
Nil t$ KfcAiiuMANU SiaKftr , Ilrwntuiu
UT K. CASTLE,
.lfrnr !. tffiff .Vnfiir VithUr
Alicml. all the Cotuu of llie Ktngtlom. I
.lifiirnr niitf rVniMrr 11 .utr.
A6 KdHT Stkhkt
2 G TUCKER, M. D,
(Recently of OAIiikI, California,)
HA4 OftNKII AN OrrlCR '
At No. 17, Emma Street, Ilonolnlu, II. I
OpiKxile lmma Square.
OfTice Hour From t lo 3, nml from 6 la 8 r. u
'telephone for Office and Residence, No. 310.
RS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
StifffrmiM unit liumwpnthtc lhyteti$HM.
OfICF CORNKK I'OHT AND HlfirTANIA ST.,
Office Hour Until 9 a. u.t and from t-janiHljo-S r.M.
B. EMERSON, M. D.
I'hyiletttn unit ,V.irroi.
llONOtULU . II I
rKisriioNK Numiikr 149
Office hour from V,b to iq a. m,; ij to 3H . m.
Office and Resilience, No. a Kukui Mreet, corner Fort
T M. WHITNEY. M, D.t D. D. S.
iiriiri ItitauiM n Furt Strrrt,
HONOLI'IU . fl,
Office 111 Hrecr' Mock, corner Hole and Fort
Streets, entrance 011 Hotel btreci. 1
ill. am b. McAllister,
IFKMANFNTLV UKATKU IN HONOLULU.
Office, corner of Fort ami Hotel street, oter Tregla-in't
Particular attention pild to restoration gol J filling.
Rtl) in oil good work nt reasonable charges tognm
the confidence of the public 155 6n
A G. ELLIS.
No- J CA.UEEN STKKKT.. ,....... .HoKOLI'LU
Member of thallonululu block aM llon.1 Kxchanfc.
Is preiurej to buy ami aril SlocU an,l Bond, in the
open market, at tne utiial ram of commltsioii.
llaa money lo loan on Stocks, bmall innrnmj; re.
quireil on 1 ime Contraclft.
Will advise l. to Investments when requested.
C O. HALL & SON (Limited)
IM11)KTF.R$ ANII DEALERS IK
ltitrilirnrr unit llenrml .Wcii-i(liie,
Cobmeu op King and Fort Strehts, Honolulu
I'le-Jdsnl and Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
William VV. Hall
L. a Abies . . .
I'. C Jones, Ir .
Directors K. O. Hall, (icon; K. Howe,
O M. CARTER,
.lieiil'ro lakr AckiimclrilguirHt lo Con-
Iraelt lo fjilmr.
Honolulu, Hawaiian' Islands.
Office at I'Aclhc Mail Sleam.lup Dock, Ciptanade, 15
TD W. LAINE,
ConimltMloitrr of lirttii
For the Stale of Califurnia, for til. Hawaiian Mandt,
and General Agent lor the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Company of California. ,.2
TNO. A. HASSINCBR,
.tWl lo ttlko .trkniiirlriluiimiilM to Coif
IrartM for Lnbor,
Interior OrriCK Honolulu
JOHN H. PATV.
.Vorui-js I'uUle ami CommUilon of lUrilt,
For the States of California and New York. OlKce
at the liank of DIUiop & Co.
Honoiulu, Oahu, H.I. t
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Imyorlrrm anil Commliilun Mrrruinlt.
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
T VCAN & CO,
Imporlrrt hniI Jtrutrr in alt ktiult of
Manic Oool, t'ttnta (fooif.
Nov 105 and to; Fort Strret- . ..Honolulu
Furniture. Cliir, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror I'lalc IVlur. Frame, and (i.iiir nti.1., in
Oenml Mertaullltauil Commluton Aatntt
Qvtui Steect, Honolulu.
OiBcrrs I. C Jones, Jr., pruldcnt and managrr;
1vwh j. viicr, .rca.urer anu secreiair, uiretlurs.
Ions. Ouules K. liuhcti and II. A. I'. Canerl Henry
May, audujr, i,l
Jl ParfrMrr, Mpar Maker uail Caulker
No. g Qi ern Street (below I lunoiulu Irou Works)
Jtraltr m Chutrttl Htrf, ft at, Mullen, Kir,
No. 6 Queen Sinaar, Fl'H Market,
Family and Shipping orders caltfully attended to.
live hluik furnished lo Vessels at short nullce.
Vegetables of all kind, supplied to order.
TaiariiOMK No. in,
S. GRINBAUU Ca,
IsMSMirfer md H'holrmah lltatrrm las Oex-
Mavla't Pluck ....QvreN Steeet, IIonolliu
W S. GRINBAUU Co, . ,
ronrardlmy ami Commtfltn ttertttanl;
i, Caliiorhia Sr.( San Francik.iv
aSpUI twituiM lor auj lulUular ail.nlkia skl l
OonsiriMuesnt V RMAnu orouuefc .
rkutnpaunr CUrr Manufar4ra, 1
No. i) Ijmma Sisset ,. , . ,., Honolulu
114. healsb (uriiofUlac Wscrag. u tut tJU al ail lb.
Wailing ftslousss faa lb. sely. 0rd.rs fivm IK. cImc
HiwA. yfo-nalv atffftde4 Ita. lt
floater tUtmm Camty Maua4ry a4
uvuiiiiii ,, u
-- -. - ..r-. ...,.j',,,. .r. ,.-ee.' . it-.
IVMkjsl rmii.oi.EEsr. rMtry I sw4 Uakmt,
Miifrmifiner, ,rirrfer. f.'iifriirrr, iimf
Nil. Ill loRT Street IIoniiluiu
All otdrrs faithlu.ly .termed, ts
r AWKKNCR H I'Rn'RTIi,
Mans ami Kslimttes furnlthetl for Wirtks of dm.
slriRthiti, llvil Knelneeiina and Surveying Omce,
tomer nf llalcknuwila and Kllaura slieels, net! tlo,)r
io v Kiemann pike warenou.
I'. II Hot li, tjly
Hoot anil AitiriiiiiAer.
Hoots and' Shoes made to Older.
Ni. in Four 8r., orMisirR Pantheon Staries
TIOLLISTBR Ac Co.,
II hi. Irtillr ami It, lull frllffl. II ml lo.
No. jn Nuuanu Strvet Honoiulu
P II, ORDINO,
l?rrre miif ,rrrfmiiH.
r'nUlit, I'Aikes, ami lUiIBice dellvrred to an, from
all parts of llnnuhihtaiiii tlclnlly, Cnieful at
lention icild to moTitiff Fumiliirr. with
waoons i:xpurssi.v forhii: purposk
Telephone U; Kesiilenc. t Punchlowl strrrl.
Offiie, 86 KingSttrel. tn6li
TUT PHILLIPS & Co.
imlioftrri ami tt'ltotmalo hratrr In Cloth
tint, Itnotm. Shorn, Halt, .Hen1. Fur-
li Ith lu u tlnoiti, lilnru tliKnln, Kir,
No. it Kaaiiumanu Street
"HARLKS T, GULICK,
Saturn I'uhllr, Awnt In tnkr Arknolnly-
iiieiifa to iMtior Contrartt, ami
ilrnrrnl Itimhirnt .lorif.
OITice in Makee's Illock, at corner Queen and Kashu.
inanu siretis, Honolulu .,y
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Itliolmalr ami Itrtnll llrorcr,
Fopt Strpet . . ..Honolulu
I re.h groceries and provi.lnns of nil kinds on hand and
received rrgularly from 1 nrorm and Ameiicn which
will be sold at the lowest matted rales.
Goods dehicred lo any pail cf the city free of chirge.
Island orders solicited and prompt attention will l
Riven to the same. ua.iy
ONG LEONG & CO.,
A limit for Mannul S,iyr, Vntnmn Itlrr
And Ka'.l.u Rice Plantation and Mill.
Nuuanu Street . . ..Corner Marine
t-heo. H. DAVIES & Co.,
(Latk Ianicn, Green & Co.)
'Iniimitrrn ami Commlnnton ilrrrlntntt,
Lloil'sond the Liverpool Underwriters.
Ilntiih and Foreign Marine insurance Compiny, and
Northern Assurance Company. ,
A W. RICHARDSON & Co
Importers and Deaiers in
floor, .Shorn, r'nrnlmhlnu- tlomtit, Hull,
Vill'i, Trnnkn, Vntlnrn,
Perfumery and Soaps, WiJiham Watches,
Fine Jewelry, etc.,
Corner Fort anu Mfrciiant Streets, Honolulu
A- E. WILLIAMS,
lUTOKTER ANU UrALEK IN
iiriiffHrei of Kerry nrterliittan. Atto
VphoMrrer nml Jtnnitfactnrrr.
Furniture Warerooim No. 109 Fort Street. Work,
slwp at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly
attended 10. ,j
JOHN T, WATERHOUSE,
Importer nml Driller lit Ilrnrrnl .11 rr
rhnmttnr. QueenStrekt ., Honolulu
MRS. LEON DkJEAN .. ., Pioprieliess
Number 64 Hotel Street.
.11 rut t tierrrtt nt Alt llnurt of the ltau.
Special terms for regular boarders. The only suila-
V.. ,HITM,C IUUHI 111 IUWII IOT 1.3UICS.
TT HACKFELD & Co.
Ilrnrral CommlnMlon Airnlt.
ijueen Street Honolulu
PD. HOFFSCHLAEGBR Co.
Iinimrlrr iil t'oniiiif.ajoii Merehnnt:
Honolulu Oahu. II. I.,
HOPP & Co., 74 Klng'itrett,
Mm 1,0 r
imrtrr ami Manufaeturer of Kerry
Ueacrlptlon of furniture.
To the Ladies rTrimmings, Tassels, Ciinin, Silk
Cord-111 every shad. -Pallor hell restulicd,
lu.tici,, ,viiieu anu maue euai 10
new, Mattresses re-made and
cleaned at short
We are noted lor first-class work and moderate
T-ILL1NGHAM ft Co.
Jmiwrlert ami Jleulrrt In llanliruret, Cut
Paints and Oils, -nd Gcncral'Mertrunditc.
N(. 3; tort Street .Honolulu
A W. PBIRCE Lo.
AjAIj Chamtlern nml Vommtmtton JsT.r
rAmifa. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for llraml't Guns and llomb Lances and Per,
ry iravis rain Killer.
U7M, G. IRWIN Co.
Huyar r'arlort ami Commluton Aamiitt.
CLAUEkPRECKEU. WM. O. IRWIN.
Honolulu , i(.
P P. ADAMS,
..KWIonerr 11 Mil C'oiHMlt.lun Merthant,
Queem Street . Honolulu
P A. SCHAEFBR tt Co.
importer ami Commlflan Merthuntl,
Merchant Street. . . . Honolulu
r.umktr, Vulnlt.Otlt, flail,, ami ,Uull,Unu
Malerlalt of terry klml.
Cor. Fokt anu Queen Sr... . .. Honolulu
J WILLIAMS Co.
lot anii 104 foRT Street . .,
IScturssof all sires and kinds mad. 10 or J... .n.1
fmnses of all detcrijsiuivs coiuianily oil hand. Also
lAXal., OMllt ana LurRMiles U the ruthe.
A LLKN ROBINSON,
ireater la l.umkermmi alt ktmlt of Mullil.
lay Material,, ratal; UUt, XalU, le., ,
Honolulu, II. I , ,
AORRM (IP KHOONRRS
HiU, KeIuues, KaaluoU, Mar BlUo,
UiUmiL PMki u4 LhL
At KoUusmT. WKarf. 1
Importer, of Utaeral MerckamJI, from
fraaee, Knylaad, Uermtaay a ail
the VnileJ Male,.
Nit, ay Merchant StRREI.. ,v . .Honoisiiu
i au til Califvrria Street,. 8am faaNCiaco,
I'aoisulu alleM.u yM lo Uluui and Muyitij-
T) ' V I
J(asaMsE'MaMsf JLsLe fkssl I I ET
VEEEtssl WMt9awtW9f, SBaKt
1 YONfl A LRVItV,
.llirffmieere iimf t'mntnlttlon Merehnnt,
IIraVfr IIiuck, (Ji rrn Stsmt, IIhnmvU'.
Rales rif Kiirnlmr., Sii.li, Real I'slale snd (Jtn.nl
MerffiandlMr hnvn4ly altentlett tit. MW atenls tfr
AnitrWananil Lnrviiean nieitlmielH. II, I.vons.
''TT 11. J, l,ER.
I'rnrltrill II ntehlnilker,
J KlNn,.StREET .. .Ilnnnl.liu
lmitrr of Amencan Jewelry of every ilcsoin.
lion (Furmrtlynl San FraiKi.ru, California ) 50
r BWRIIS A COOK!!,
(Successor to I.rRr Di-keun,)
ImimtterM nml llrulert In l.umher ami nit
KIiiiIk of II11II1II11, Mitterlott.
Fort Rirpet .Honolulu
TUI W McCIIRSNRY ft SON,
Lentherp Utile, Til loir nml t'ontmlettim
Agents for tbe ttuyal mi Cnuiiaiiy
No as (Juern StErEf .. Honolulu
- C. COLEMAN,
Ittnehtmllh, Mnehlnlnt, Carrltiur Work,
Honolulu . ...H.I
Plantation Machinery, rts. Shop on King Street,
nest to Ca.lle A Conke s
Tin, Copper unit Sheet iron Worker,
Storm unit Itnntiee.
of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnuh.
Ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc
No. 9 Kaaiiumanu Sriit .IIonolllu
T M. OAT ft Co.
ttiltlmnher, ring of nit Iteterlptlnne
matte unit rrpntreA.
IlnNOLLLU.. . II. I
I.oft In A. F. Couke's new fireproof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street aS
T EMMKLUTH ft Co.,
t'tuemlthn nml number. Heater, In
Store,, llilntee. Tin,
No. 5 Kiiianu Street . . . Honolulu
tint unit flruvtti rtTfr
- In if tloottf,
VVfAiiuKu, Maui . . .
'Groceries. Hardware, Stationery. Patent Medicine,
Perfumery and (ilawarc. I
TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co..
fitrtim liny turn, Itaitrr, Sitfftti MlUm,
Cooler, Iron, It r win nml lrad C'astinjM,
Honoiulu . . ... H. I
Machinery of every description made to order.
Particular nltentioti paid to Ship mack unit In tig,
Job hotIj executed on the niton est notice. to
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
UlPOhTINO AND MANUKACTURIr-O
Stultonrr, jfew Agent, Printer lluok
And publisher of the Sturuav PRCs,andanvtA
an Almanac and Annual, Merchant street. Deal.
cr in Fine Stationery, HonVs. Mumc, Toys and Fancy
Goodf, Fort street, neat Hotel. Honolulu.
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
impnrterM ttntl Jimter In (Jenrrot Jer
chfindtnt; CorHer Queen ami Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
OLLES & Co.
Ship Chit miter ttmt Votntnlmaton Merchant
fificEN SritRRT. Honolulu, H I.,
Imiorteri and Dealers in General Mcrchandikr. i
Carpenter amt Itullttrr,
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone No. 130, VV illiamsun's hxpress OIT.ce.
SlIOF, No. 84 KlNI. hfREET. . . . HONOLULU
T AINE ft Co.
Importers and dealers in Hay, (Iram and General
Honolulu II. I
TT E. MclNTYRE ft BROTHER,
llroerry ami Veil Store,
Cor, Kino anu Fort Sis Honolulu
jUTRS. A. M. MELLIS,
h'aahtonable Jlrr,, ami Cloak Maker.
No. 104 I'ort Street .. . .Honolulu
A L. SMITH,
Importer aatl healer in lltairarr,
Merltlen Stlrer-l'luted Ware,
No. 44 Foet Street .. Honolulu
Kind's Combination Spectacles and EegUscs,
Luslral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, IHctur. Frames, Pis,
tols, Wostenholm'a Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Claik's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic Paper Fashions.
Sola agcul of th. universally acknowledged Light
Running Domestic Sewing Machine.
-pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, II I,
Mteef, fiat, Mutton, iMmh, Vault ro
il nil t'leh
Constantly on luml. End of choiies quality, Puk
bauuges llologias, etc.. always nn lunu. Our meats
ar. all tut ami pul tip In KaMern ste. All orders
faithfully attended 10, and dcliverssl in any part of llie
..,. .T.iu,. v, ,,w,, .-.evi, iviwnn union ana rori
Sireels. (so-Cml 0. RAUPP, Proprietor,
UHirAiiniAei- unit Jttrrler,
WA1.1IIAM arulalltAlwr American WATCH 13,
Clocks, and J twelty.
Wsstoh rapaslrlac aiav4 s tp olaUlty.
All orJ.is fiiHu ihe othsi Uandt prvm4ly attended to.
No. ij. HotelStneet Honolulu, II. I.
IJAW.MIAN HELL tELRPHONKCOMPANY.
HKIIl'LTW.y 0,' KITH.
From and after bj..olr ft, iM, Ih. TiUphoues
ollils Cotopuy wiihtnlU DistrLtuf HoikJuIu wilIU
rented at tW fUlo.ing feducc4 ruts, stf 1
fot pUn. tA business ,fuj" uuulk.
Fvr prival. rcsldewei $4 sj per luonib.
Payable iiuitrty In aslraiAE. v
l U IIKOWN, lwi(.iy.
Honolulu, Sept. ri, Mv l4o,wn
Th. UliJWened wvuU awl itefmulMy BosbV lit.
public I aat h. luu UmeJm out Mr. Flf.'s UlurM in lb.
U. uuittt and IW he UpTttkUedtofuinoii lb. Usi
Tb. Euikaf aiWJs, ai lo. Uwssl al
H UKOKUi: GRAY.
MrwU JfK HU friebd. aud Ifc. gallic gKMy
Mi m eI Ml iteta ssf ObOCsUUK s4
plSHOI' A Co,
MERriiANT Strhiit Honolulu. II I
lira KsfhanE. on
TIIF HANK ai' CAI iroRNIA..n Fi.nrl.,,
Iht OKII'.NI.M. HANK Cl.niU of Iaimln.
And llielr llHWlies 11
HONDKONfl, MIlNCVan,! MTMlODkNt:,
7initiait ii (Tennnl tiiiiHne Iminai,
OSEPII It. WIHItMAN
Mmf V.tUtle II roker 11 nil Umplaumenl
Honolulu, 11 I
Rents Rooms, Countes, lions.., and ..lis ami leases
If..! I .,.,.. In .11 ..... ..r . I .' I 1 I
. ...-....,.,. ,,,. v, ,n ninjiuira rmpiovment
fouml fur those seeking, week In all Ihl various Uanthrs
Of lAl.lness connected wlthlheM Islands. Ulaldiau.
Innls drawn, 11,11. Collected, IWiVs and Acronnts lei.
aI iteneral oltice wotk liansacteil Patronage soliciie.1
vuiMiis.nni li(-lArraBEr ..
Q W. MACI'ARLAtllt ft Co.
Importer, amt Cvmmlttlon Merrhnnl,.
.nearer II Ink )
Cor Fort and Queen Streets K .Honolulu
llie Ola.gow and Honolulu Lin. of Packtls.
John,! av . Col Liverpool Lin. of Paiksts.
The VVdikapu Plantation.
Ih. Sprmer Plantation. Illlo.
Hakatau Plantation, llilo.
Ntirleca, lait Watson, Sugar Company.
1 he I'uuIm Sheep Ranch Comiaiiy.
ASTLE ft COOKE,
Shlpplna ami Commit, Inn Merthant,,
No. So Kind Street Honolulu
IHroRTERI AND DEALER! IN
The Hitchcock A Company's Plantation,
Tli Aleeander A Italdwln Plantation.
R. HaUtrad, or VV'alalus Plantation.
A. II. Smith A Company, Koloa, Kauai,
i. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
Hie Kohal.1 Sugar Company.
The Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsco.
ii ff.' "I1"'"? Uh. Insurance Ciinpanyof Boston
Pie Illake Manufacturing Company of lloston.
D. AI. Weston's Patent (niflraat if ..I..-..
3e New-Voikand Honolulu Prcket Line.
ir. ...srcuaiu . ..me, Honolulu ami run rranciseo
ir. jEnes tinoni teleuraled Meilicines.
;:.!,co." kp!ly Singer Manufacturing Company.
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing Machines.
T-ENNEDY ft Co.
Wholesale and Retail Qrooera
No. 6; Hotel Street.
(Campbell Tire-proof lluilding )
h'retth (Intuit Continually on Ihe Way.
Island Ilutter always 011 hand.
Telephone No. a.o. ijnf
TNO. O. FOWLER ft Co,,
,lrei jirrintretl In furnUh I'lnn, and Kelt
male, for Steel
With or without Cars and Iacoinolives, Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and Locomotives and cars, Trac
tion Lngines and Koad l-nromolircs, Steam
Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Port.
able tngines for all purposes. Winding
I njlncs or inclines.
f.il.lnnii.. wtil. I lt,..t.K.Id li...!-,. ... ..
P , 7"" . .", ,.uuci. anu I nolo-
graphs of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen
ler s Co.
T-HE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SE1TINC. IN IIRICK.
KM .11 KL UT II CO.,
No. s Nuuanu Street Honolulu
Sole agents for thes. Islands. The best cooking ap
I viral u. for Ihe Plantation, Hotel or Family.
RANGES FIXTURES udi as
Hot Water nailer,,
rrttse' nrf, ffKV,
Always lit slock. "V
F.aplicit directions lor setting up accompany .very
Circulars and JVicet oh afftieatitn', I2t-qr
" ECON0MV ls wealt"'"
THE GREAT TEX-GENt STORE
VV. COLBEY, Proprietor,
J. JOHNSON, Mansj.t
Oflcis to th. public an unusually large raiienr of goodt
for the season, consisting in paaJT
WAX and CHINA DOLLS, , f
fioin 10 c to $1 each
Cream Pitchers, Duller Dukes, Cake Dishes,
Sugar bow Is, etc,
Plates, Cups and Saucers, Soup Tortns Platters,
Vsg.iaU. Dishsn, etc.
Jar klithcil us.
in all Its variety
fioin 10 r. to jo c. ch
SOAPS, Washing and Toilet. '
Frame, of all kinds
HurTDNvoT all kinds
Shelf I'airr, all coUs
MiiU.., Top., and Halls, fvr Hoys.
Utteet Ma,U Ike I.OtW.QOO,
lo,uuuopi Sheet Musi-ut l.tsliedal I. c, p..
CANAKIlS-(Jian CanaiUsI U.uliful suxsl.iv
Lichininsi C'leanino L'ounvu
(in. Usi In us.)
Foe kdks, halMfts, OWves, sic.
Ate louaaMlv1 Uioi aJJ.d aisd A FBE.M IRWHI Is
just si tful, mi Maursssa. t
No. too., , ..,..,, FORT bTMKICT
fUWLUU'H fATMXr VU4MW4r,
tl lb EAIU
Wi'sh t'tttnl HtsJ tUflAMML
aW Wsilk.suUU - - ---'-- .
m m EtaL.
i 1 i
' i') "''
MV laf atUEC ItoaXEtr.. ,...
full !!,! lilt. 1 ton'-
w. KisJlrW . t
Hi ,' J- ,
Liri :&k,.' ,
.Ya.J.i'.'.n Itfr..j :.