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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 6, 1SSI.
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The King's Tour Round the World-
Onr last previous aIvicen Ipft Ui-t Majesty
outward ImuikI front Singapore. The mail
which came to hrunl by the Lady I.ainp
on, bring) us iarticulars of the journey
from the nee x to Suez, from which we con
dean the following :
Malacca and If.xxo.
The steamer Mecca, carrying the Royal
party, left Singi'iore at 4 r. m. on May 12th
anl at 8 rclock on the following morning
arrive! at Malacca, another HritTth settle
ment. ThU ancient city wn lon in Lle
hanU of th Portuguese, ami wan up
to the time of th occupation of I'ulo
IViuidi? by th DritUli. the most Im
portant centre of tra! in that part of
the world. Here Hi Maje-ty and Suite
paid a vMt to IIU' Kx. IX F. liirth, (iov.
of the settlement by whom the King wa-i
mot courteously received. The forenoon
wa- pent in ight-celi!R. The town,
although not now containing more than
20,01)0 Inhabitants retains many evideiicv-
of it. former importance. There in an
ancient Chinese cemetery there, which I-
M to contain the grave of half a million
of Chiuamen, although the present Chinese
population of the place I exceptionally
mail. During hi stay Hi- Majesty wa
preientel with wme fin Malacca walking
cane. The place U celclratel for these
cane, made from a variety of bamboo,
muirrely known td-wwhen-, whirh grow-
with a Mtliil heart. The Meet-a ailei ayuin
at 2 P. .V. for IVnang, otr which town he
anchored at 3 o'clock on the morning of the
I'th, after a run of 42 hour-t. Here Hi Kx.
the Governor of the Inland, Mr. McXalr.
accompanied by a number of the influential
gentlemen of the place, went on board in a
ateani launch which wm placed at III
Majesty's disposal. The day was Sunday,
and III Majesty had Intended to remain on
board till the following morning.' but con
sented to accept the pressing invitation of
the Governor to drive to Ul-t residence,
situated about four mile trom the landing
place. The way lay first through fine
street bordered by beautiful gardens and
then by a road through grove of the Cocoa
Palm. The day wai spent among the
spaeloua garden and orchard of the Resi
dence and in the garden of a wealthy
Chines; Merchant who ha made horticul
ture a specialty. The following is the
account of HI Majesty's viit given by the
St raid Tbie.
HI Majesty King David Kalakaua of
Hawaii arrived In Penang in the 13. 1. 8. N.
Coy's a. h. Mecca at about a. m. yesterday.
Ills Honor the Acting Lieut. Governor,
Major McXalr, R. II. C M. (., and Major
Hamilton, Commanding the Detachment
of II. M. 'a 3rd Hut!, accompanied by the
Harbour Master. Lieutenant Fox, R. X. It.,
proceeded to the vessel in the Government
steam launch as soon a the former an
chored. After a stay of an hour and a half
on board, during which time breakfast was
disposed of. His Majesty landed at the
Jetty with the abovementioned local ottic
ials. and accompanied by The Hon'ble
Mr. Armstrong and Colonel Judd, the two
oflirial forming his suite. A Police Guard,
under the command of Inspectors Faulkner
and Newlands, and supervised by Assistant
Superintendent Hell, received His High
ness with full Police honors. This ordeal
disposed of. Hi Highness entered the
Lieutenant Governor's carriage, drove of!
to and remained His Honor's guest at
Suffolk House till late in the afternoon,
when, after a drive, he visited 44 Edinburgh
Castle," and ascending the Tower attached
to it, enjoyed a fine view of the Town of
Penang and Its environs. Thence His
Majesty, after expressing himself greatly
pleased at the treat Mr. K. S. Tut had
afforded him, drove down to the Jetty and
embarked under the same arrangements as
those which were made for hi landing,with
the exception that Inspector Faulkner was
in soleiharge of the Police Guard, Super
intendent Maxwell doing duty for the
absent Inspector and Assistant Superin
tendent who were present In the morning.
44 We are informed, that before His Majes
ty landed he wa graciously i.leased to
receive a deputation from the Masons f
Penang. The Provincial District Grand
Master, Mr. Gottlieb, accompanied by the
principal officers of the local Lodge, -waited
on His Majesty and welcomed him to Pe
nang. His Highness replied In very ap
propriate and feeling terms. We are pro
mised a full report of what took place on
the occasion for our next issue.
44 His Majesty, we are informed, desired
narticularlv that his visit to Penang should
be strictly an incognito one, so much so
indeed that he declined to have the Ha
waiian nag hoited while he was landing
in the Jtocbud, not desiring to lo saluted,
as he would have been, by 11. I. It. M's Man-of-war
iVVi yezilnik then in harbour.
44 His Majesty left to-day for Moulmein
and Rangoon, and after an extensive tour
through India he puirscs proceeding t
Kurope. The principal object he ha in
view, we believe,! to take ste to repopulate
his Kingdom by immigration, and by visit
ing the different countries of civilization,
literally read, mark, learn, and thereafter
take such steps as may lay in hi power
to improve the condition of the country
he rules over."
Shortly after eleven o'clock the follow
ing morning (May bith) the Mecca sailed
f r Moulmein. Among the passenger wa
a Burmese lady, who styled herself a Prin
cess, but followed the profession of dancing.
She had with her six musician and her
secretary. She addressed a letter to King
Kalakaua, couched In high llown language,
ottering to sing and dance before him, as
she had done before all the Rajahs, Princes,
and Kings, from Bombay to Siam. After
enquiry as to the character of the lady, the
King permitted the exhibition. An awn
ing was spread over the after deck, a stage
and a green room improvised, the musi
cians with their strange Instruments rang
ed themselves on the stage and then
appeared the 44 Princes of the Night."
The Princes was attired in some spangled
black stuirand with outstretched arms held
a circular veil of black gauze, covered with
stars and pearls. She also wore a hand
some tiara of pearls which even in the East
had cost some $700. Her singing and
dancing Is described as being very like the
c Hawaiian Hula, but without any of those
gesticulations which o often offend the
taste of those who witness the latter.
The dancer herself appears to have been a
vctv beautiful woman of Arabian birth or
descent, with a graceful form, pretty hand,
and eyes which took all hearts by storm.
- Th 20th was spent at Moulmein, where
the King and Mr. Armstrong landed pri
vately. Tins place promises few points of
interest to the traveller,except a fine Buddh
ist temple, being little more than a deiot
for the shipment of teak to Indian and
European torts, where that timler is in
request for ship-building purposes. Here
the steamer Mecca was exchanged for the
Rangoon was reached on the where
the English Commissioner entertained His
Majesty at Government House. This resi
dence is about three miles out of the town
of Rangoon, being a pleasant country seat
situated In a handsome park. The day
being Sunday the King attended service at
the cfiapel of St. John's College. The
following day was spent in visiting all th-j
places ol interest In Rangoon the pago
das, markets, schools, and the bazaar, etc.
In the evening the Commissioner gave a
dinner party in honor of his guest, at which
all the high officials of the territory were
present. The Rangoon Gazette thus an
nounces His Majesty's visit. "We give the
article a it stands. Whilst sagely saying
that 44 the generality of Europeans know
little about Hawaii," the Editor illustrates
the truth of hi criticism by some amusing
i' A Royal visitor has arrived at Ran
goon, in the Pemba, King Kalakand, of
Hawaii or rather of the Sandwich Islands,
of which Hawaii is the largest and the
ro3-al residence. I lie generality of Euro
Ieans know little about Hawaii since its
civilization, although the old tales of sea
voyages, commencing with that of Cap
tain Cook, have given them the unenviable
title, now no longer justifiable, of the Can
nibal Island. We lelieve the King Is the
same one who came to the throne in 1S74,
and was known before as Colonel David
Kalakand or Kalakana, having been Col
onel of the Household Guards during the
reign of three previous Kings. If It is the
same, he must be about 47 years of age.
and, it is said, of an amiable, genial and
social disposition. The Hawaiian constitu
tion Is a jH-euliar one, the sovereign being
elected by ballot in the most Democratic
manner, the fruit of the teachings of the
American missionaries, who went there
first in H19, and which teaching has re
sulted in a steady upward progress In
civilization. It Is but two generations
since that there was no King, each island
having its petty chief, and the whole was
brought under one Government by Kame
hameha, a man of strong will and deter
mination. 44 The present King, who is the sixth
sovereign, has received a good English
education under the fostering care of the
missionaries, and allows full freedom of
erson and thought to all within his
realms, the feudal system, which was first
adopted, having been abandoned under the
reign of Kamenamena III, and tnis eman
cipation has caused an astonishing progress
both in civilization ana prosperity.
44 It is a step of a man of broad mind to
travel as the present King is doiug, aud he
will not fail to learn during nis travels
much which he can turn to Ins advantage
on his return. The motto of the royal
house i an excellent one.and which should
never be lost sight of by him :
44 We man ka ea o la aina ka poi." (The
lite of the land is established in righteous
ness.)" AT CALCUTTA.
The Pemba sailed from Rangoon on the
morning of the 24th, without allowing His
Majesty, an opiortunity of witnessing the
celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday,
for which great preparations had been
made by the community. The trip to the
mouth of the Hooghly was somewhat
protracted, hence it was late in the after
noon of Saturday before our travellers
landed at Calcutta, where they were re
ceived by the principal officials of the city,
who were bearers of the following letter
from His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor,
to the King:
Dabjeeltno, May 20th.
Sire : I much regret that absence from
Calcntta prevents my having the pleasure of
welcoming your Eoyal Highness to Calcutta.
I have requested Mr. Harrison, the commissioner
of l'oli'-e ami Chairman of the Corporation of
Calcutta ; Mr. Macanlay, one of the Secty.'s to
this Oovt.: anil Mr. Kirsoh, under Secty. in the
Foreign Dt-pt. to meet yoi on arrival and to
asct-rt iiu your wishes and render you every
asistaiH-eanil attention in their power daring
yonr stay in Calcutta. Should" you purpose to
visit Harjet ling: it will give me much pleasure
t rt-eeive you or to make arrangements for yonr
journey hre. If your Royal Highness will be
good t 'nongh to communicate to Mr. Macanlay
your iiit-mled route through India, the neces
sary nr.!-r will be made for your comfort during
I remain with the greatest respect. Sire, your
Hoyal Ilihnesa'M most obedient servant.
Ash let Eden.
Lieutenant-Governor of Calcutta.
The intense heat of an Indian summer
seem to have been felt very much by the
King ami by all his suite, both during the
time thev spent In Calcutta, and during
the subsequent railway journey across the
Peuinsula. The anticipation of this had,
no doubt, led to the arrangement by which
the visit to India was made so short and
The following account of HI Majesty's
arrival is taken from the Calcutta ngligh
tiutn of May 30th:
44 Hi Majesty King Kalakaua of the Ha
waiian Island, arrived in Calcutta on Sat
urday afternoon at about half-past three
oVl.M-k by the 15. I. S. N. Co.'s steamer
I'tmbti from Rangoon. His Majesty was
accompanied by Colonel Armstrong, the
Commissioner for Emigration; Colonel
Judd, Ird Chamberlain and Private Sec
retary, and Baron Robert von Olhaflen.
EiueVry-in-waiting. His Majesty expres
sed a wi.-h that all formalities in respect f
hi visit should be set aside as far as prac
ticable; hence no salute was fired, but the
distinguished party were received on land
ing by Messrs. Macauiay ana jvirscn on
behalf of Government, and Mr. Lambert,
the Deputy Commissioner of Police. His
Honor the Lieutenant-Governor's carriage
conveyed King Kalakaua and his suite to
the Great Eastern Hotel where the best
ajwirtments have been provided for them.
And where they remain the guests of Gov
ernment. "King Kalakaua is 48 years of age, and
ascended the throne in 1S74. His education
has leen most thorough, and he still studies
deeply. His Majesty is a finished English
scholar, and is musical, being not only able
t ierform on a variety of instruments, but
also comjiose; he is also a poet. In dispos
ition, like his native subjects, he is kindly
genial and affectionate, and has always a
hearty welcome for all who visit his king
dom, 'irrespective of nationality or creed.
He seem deeply to feel that his nation is
dying out, and his sole aim now is to suc
ceed in restoring and prolonging its life;
his motto signifies this also, being 44 UA
MAC KE EA O KA AINA I KA PONO,"
which being interpreted means, the life
of the nation is established in righteous
ness." His Majesty is tall and very power
fully built, and takes delight in playing at
cricket, chess, base ball, archery, and bil
liards. He is passionately fond of anything
military; has read all the branches of its
science deeply, and has even invented and
Improved upon destructive engines of war
fare. The Royal Household, including
His Majesty, are rigid followers of the doc
trines of the English Church.
Shortly after his accession, King Kala
kaua visited the United States, when he
entered into a reciprocal commercial treaty
with that power, which has undoubtedly
enriched his kingdom, and his object now
in travelling is to visit different countries
and personally observe the different forms
of Government industries, and in fact all
that tends to the growth of nations, with a
view of improving his own by an introduc
tion of that which lie considers likely to be
4Uis Majesty started from his capital at
the end of January, and visited San Fran
cisco, Japan, China, Siain, the Strait Set
Iements, Burmah, and will leave India in
time to reach England in about six weeks:
this will necessitate his almost immediate
departure from Calcutta. After staying a
short time in England, he will visit the
Continent of Europe, after which King
Kalakaua will return home via England,
and America, arriving in November.
4'Colonel Armstrong Is an American, born
in Hawaii, aud was partly educated with
the King, finishing ids studies in the United
States He travels with His Majesty as
Royat Commissioner for Emigration to the
"Colonel Judd is also an American, and,
a. Lord Chamberlain and Private Secretary
disposes of His Majesty's correspondence
ana leeulau ii";"iSCi;'I anairs.
4,Baron von 01haffen"Ts-Jii
"It is interesting to note that there are six
Journals conducted in the Islands: The
Pacific Commercial Advertiser; the
Gazette', the Wednesday Expirees', the Satur
day Pre, and two Hawaiian journals."
In Calcutta, after landing, the remainder
of the Satunlay evening was devoted to
visiting the Zoological Gardens and to
listening to a concert in the City Park.
His Majesty was accompanied by Mr.
Harrison during these rambles. On the
following day Sir Richard Garth, the
Chief Justice of Bengal, paid a visit
to His Majesty. The last afternoon
In Calcutta was devoted to a visit to the
Courts under the escort of Sir Richard, and
to a call upon Lady Garth. At the Court
Ills Majesty was interested in listening to
several cases conducted wholly by native
law3rers, although the entire proceedings
were in the English language.
On Monday evening a start was made
from Calcutta in what is there known as a
'4 Government wagon." This was a large
railway car, divided into four compart
ments, serving respectively as parlor, bed
room, bathroom and pantry. An addition
to the travelling equipment of the party
had been made in the shape of gutta perch a
pouches for each, to be filled with ice and
laid on the head during the heat of the
day as a preventative of sunstroke.
A halt was made at'Benares, where the
Commissioner, Mr. E. Daniels, was wait
ing with carriages to t . reive His Majesty.
Here the heat was found intense, 115, and
even more, in the shade. Nevertheless, a
reasonable amount of sight-9eeing was got
through, the 44 Sacred City" being full of
objects of interest. At one o'clock on the
following day, June 1st, the Royal party
again took the cars and went straight
through to Bombay, where they arrived on
the morning of the 3d. Railway travelling
in India was not found very interesting
after the first novelty wore ofl, and, in con
sequence of the heat, travelling proved to
be " rather a task than a pleasure." The
railway stations were noted on account of
their handsome and massive character,
according to the custom on English rail
ways. The journey was without incident
except that of meeting Prof. F. W.
Damon at Mogul-Serai, a place about two
hours (by rail) from Benares. This meet
ing with the son of our Father Damon in
the heart of India formed a very pleasant
incident in His Majesty's tour. There was
only time for a short conversation, as Prof.
Damon was bound to Benares.
After the somewhat dreary and unevent
ful journey across India, Bombay appears
to have been found very enjoyable by the
Royal partv. The steamer for Suez did not
sail until June 7th, and the interval was
devoted by His Majesty to sight-seeing.
Saturday was given up to shopping and
visiting the bazaars and public build
ings in the city. On Hie 5th and Gth the
Commissioner's yacht was placed at His
Majesty's disposal, and everything worth
seeing in the vicinity of Bombay appears
to have been visited from the Arab
Stallion Stables and Tamasetjee Norroyee's
Indian furniture manufactory to the Uni
versity Library and the Parsee's Tower of
Silence. A bare enumeration of the places
visited is quite a lengthy affair. Bombay
is notable for the splendid fortunes that
have been made (and lost) there, both by
British residents and by natives of the
country. It is also notable for the splendid
use that has been made of their wealth by
many of these merchant-princes. Edu
cational and charitable institutions fou tided
and maintained by individual munificence
are more numerous in Bombay than even
in the oldest and nlost populous of European
cities. His Majesty appears to have visited
all these, besides a great number of other
places of interest. This sight-seeing and
some visiting made the short stay in Bom
bay a busy one. The one sight, however,
par excellence of the neighborhood the
Temple Caves of Ellora the Royal party
do not seem to have had time to visit.
On the Sunday His Majesty received a
visit from the Hon.Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeeboy,
and subsequently visited this enlightened
and hospitable baronet at his residence,
Mazagou Castle. Here a pleasant houi
was passe! in conversation. Later on,
when leaving the Hospital which has
been built by Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeeboy, Hi
Majesty wa reminded of home by being
presented with a lei. This garland wa
made' of Mowers of delicious fragrance
intertwined with silver lace.
Again at Sea.
On June 7th the Royal party embarked
on the P. and O. Co.'s steamer Rosetta.
The Governor (or Commissioner, as he is
styled in India) attended His Majesty to
the place of embarkation, and a salute oV 21
guns was fired in hi honor as the Rosetta
stearued away. Aden was reached on the
14th without any incident by the way.
The King went on shore at Aden for a stroll,
and purchased some beautiful ostrich
feathers and lets of the same. Aden is
little more than a military settlement on a
barren and waterless rock. Two rows of
fine buildings used as hotels, stores, etc.,
constitute the town, and the only shipping
in the port besides the Rosetta was her
sistei steamer bound for India. The voyage
was resumed in the evening, and after
passing the straits of Bab el Mandeb. the
travellers had to resign themselves to a
week of the monotony and heat of the Rett
Sea, The Rosetta a'rrived at Suez on the
morning of the 20th of June. From thence
His Majesty purposed to take the. rail way
to Cairo, and to spend a couple of days
there, and among the pyramids, before
proceeding to Alexandria to catch the
steamer for Brindisi.
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MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING
Business in all it details. Mr. IV. would also state that she
ha secured the service of
A Milliner of TASTE and EXPERIENCE, who will have
thi branch 'of the business under her Immediate supervision.
Take pleasure in announcing that she i now opening a large
Dress Silks, Satins, Flowers. Feathers,
Ordered from Europe and San Francisco by Mrs Griffin, and
elected with special reference to the require meuts of tb
ladies ol this city and group.
M RS. W. hope by strict attention to the want of her
atrncs, moderate terms, and furnishing only first-class arti
cles in her line, to merit a share of the public patronage
STRAtEMEYER & JAMES,
SIGH AND SHOW PAINTERS
SO HOTEL STREET.
Ap. i. 3m. OPPOSITE FAMILY MARKET
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
I Us established himself at 8 8 KING ST.. opposite M
Roe's Carriage Factory.
PINE WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap. 2, '81 ly
WING W0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mossman's, Nuuanu street,
A FULL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TKAS,
Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
Also-A fall asst. of Plantation Sippllrs, all kinds.
Alwaysoohand a LARGE STOCK OF RICE,
they being Agent for tare plantations.
1 few f those FANCY SILK PARLOR SCBEEXS lef
Jal SI ly WING WO TAI CO.
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
OUNSELLOR A V LW.
VO. 13. K A A
Honolulu, II. I.
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE ANU RETAIL
Dealer in Ueoeral Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua
SCUVRTOK, WAIMEA. HAWAII.
N. B. Purveys of importance on other Inlands attended
to. ja3 "(si tf
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
AUCTIONEER. Kohalu, Hawaii. Salra
of Real Kstate, Good and Property of every description
attended to. Commissions m xlerate. my7 ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS ANU WHOLESALE I1EA L
er in Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hat, Men' Furnishing and
Fancy Goods, (janl 81) No. 11 Kaahumanu St.. Honolulu
E. H. THAOHER.
43 VX X S G O XX " o XX t e X .
ENTAL OFFICE. lOl 1-2 Fori Slrrn,
next d or above Dickson's Photograph Gallery. j l bl
jno."a. hassinger, "
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG
ES ment to Contracts lor Labor.
Interior Office, Honolulu.
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
l NOTARY PUBLIC and Agent for taking AckBOwledg
ment of Instruments for the Island of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II, I . f2 80
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
KUIKK1 ANU FEEU S1IIKK,
Corner of King and Fort Streets,
Honolulu. U. I.
WM. O. IRWIM.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
Janl 81 HONOLULU, H. I.
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WIN Ed AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
0 Merchant Street, Ijanl 81) Honolulu, II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IM F O R T E R S OF AND D E A L E R S IN
Of All descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice,
janl Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. 81
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
JJT Order entrusted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. 52 Fort Street. Honolulu, fjanl 81
RICHARD F. BICKERT0N,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will attend the Terms of Court on the other Island.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. XT OFFICE, No.
23 Merchant Street, 2 doors from Dr. Stangenwald's.
my 15 80
JOHiN w. kalua,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Agent to take ackn iSeiigments of instruments for the
Island of Maui. AIo eat to tnke acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts for the li trict of Wailuku. janl 81 ly
C. M. COOKE
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lewerh & Dicksos)
EALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
au7 Materials. Fort Street. 81
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. r Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
Always on hand.
N. E. Corssr of Fort and Mkrcbakt Strkets. janl 81
GW. MACFARLANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Robinson1 Fire-proof Building, Queen St., Honolulu, II- I.
The Pouloa Sheep Ranch Company,
The Spencer Plantation, Hilo,
The Waikapa Plantation,
Huelo Sugar Mill,
Mirrlees, Tait 4c Watson's f agar Machinery.
John Hay & Co's Liverpool and London Packets,
janl The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. 81
E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
XX O XXX o oo xpA.-tlx.i8-t.
LATE CHIEF OF STAFF HOMEOCPA
THIC HOSPITAL, Ward' Island, N.Y. Office, 60
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women and chil
dren. IT Office Hoars-Until 10 A. M.. 2 to 4 P M.
jal gl or
Fort Street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands,
jin 1 81
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Picture- Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St., Honolulu. janl 8
W. E. FOSTER,
SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,
Fort street, next door to T. Lack,
Harness and Saddles Cokstantlt on Hand.
JJT Orders from the other Inlands promptly attended to. XX
(Successor to P. Dalton)
No. OS ICiris stroot,
SADDLE Sc HARNESS MAKER and Im
porter of LEATHEK. and SADDLER'S HARDWARE
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use my best endeavors to please my
customers. XT Give me a Call. fefl '81 ly
S. M. WHITMAN,
Jit GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
S-0 King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
- Jy3 81
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Furnace. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kiodsof Heating Apparatus. Alo, Variegittd
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
i5( Addresathrough the Post Office j-n 1 81
No. 83 Fort St., opposite E. O. nail ft Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY
and FINE MACHINERY carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner.
itt Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. jal 81
THOS. 15. WVI.XKFtt,
Contractor and Builder,
? PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
f H to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges, Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
) height; Composition Monuments and Head (tone,
marble or granite. XT Satisfactory Reference given when
required. Address P O. jan 1 81
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
Ol' LONDON AND F. DI N IIU lUi II .
CAPITA L 12,000,00(1
Arrnninlalrd and Invested Faad, l.097.'i8
'III E UNDERSIGNED HAVE 1IKKX A I
M. POINTED AGISTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Htomi asd Wix.p.
lluildinvs.snd Merchandise storedtherein. Dwelling Houses
and Furniture, Timber. Coals, Ships in harbor with or without
cargoes or under repair.
jn!81 ED. llJFFSCHLAKGKR A- CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co,,
OF SKW 7.KALAND.
HAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terms. Marine risk
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and cnmmissioa.
Lemur promptly ntljnated anil payable here.
jan 1 81 J. S. WALKER.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
FIRE INSURANCE of all descripliuns will be
eflected at Moderate Rate of Premium, by the under igmd.
J. S. WALK Kit,
A p. 2, 'SI, lyr. Agent for the Hawaiian Is'aruls.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BU 1 LD 1 N G I; - M E R C II A N D 1 S E, F U R N I -lure
aud Machinery inSy0" against Fire on the niiwt
favorable terms. "-
A. .TA.X30I-2II Agent r..rlh"Har.'lao IUnd.
Jan 1 81
SWISS lloylT MARINE INS., CO.
f1HE UNDERSIGNED ARK AUTHORIZED
1. TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD
COASTERS, BY SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most Favorable Terms.
J. 8. WALKF.R,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
jan 1 81
Pure Bred Ayb-sbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
KINU STREET. HONOLULU. J.in 1 81
GK WALLER. Proprietor.
HOTEL it VJVION STREETS.
C-1IIOICE MEATS FROM THE FINES!
Herds. Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Ac. furnished lo
Order. Shipping supplied on abort notice. jan 1 81
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST QUALITY OF PA I A I MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
K. II. BA1I.KV,
jan 1 81- Wailuku, Maui.
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
PrartUal CouTrrtionfr, Pastry Cook aud Baker,
No. 15 Hotel stree, between Nummu and. Fort
jtn 1 S3
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS.
'Mte- Bu.iuen. of lh above rouceru having
been transferred lo
T. W. RAWLINS.
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOAP always on hiit.d.
Will buy beel, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
consignments of the snme from theoiher
JalO Islands. 61
Of the purest imported strains, and of all agi-s.
2 FOR SALE, ,3
siSn ilk till
Boxed and delivered to strnr or scbr.
At Alio derate Rriccs.
Persons wishing to start with, the Best Stork or to
ImproTf what llify now have, ran bat
. in pairs not akin.
d6 SO Address, A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hotel.
JAS. DODD, Proprietor, .
COJiXER FORT fc HOTEL S7X,
And others wishing Sa'idle Horses, (for Ladies or flenihmen.)
Carriage Horses, Single or Iiouble Teams, Ac, can be furnith
ed with the same at any hour of the day or night.
JUST RECEIVED n large and roomy
FOUR HORSE PLEASURE WM,
Capable of comfortably Accommodating pleasure parties wish
ing to visit the Pnli. WniUiki, Knpnlntmi, or
other points ot interest on the Island. Competent drivers
furnished when dired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horse
by the day, week or month.
No oercrowding, as my Stable has capacity fur comfortably
stabling fifty horses.
Reasonable Rates and ?aii?faction fiuaran'.eed in all trans
action with me.
Give Xe a Call !
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK A NO STONE M ASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDF.R.
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Ranges, Eakers Oven
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Cnimnies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and ueriritend'nta would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by u is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR SALE BY
janlttfSI JAMES 1. DOW8ETT.
Contractor and .Builder
1,Mf!U!i!v PI a xi i xx c
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
ManuUnurcs allkiuds ol
Mouldings UrarUts Window ram'ft,Khti, Drt
Blinds aod nil kinds of Woodwork flnlak.
TURXIXG AXI) SCnOLL SAWltiQ.
All kind of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
IMin. Sgtrriaraliou. Drlallcsl Drawlaga
snil relimalra faralkhrd aps A ppllcalloM.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Ordi-rs fiom the ollirr Islands solicited.
jal 81 ly
ITE111TI0IL HOTEL i
CONCHEE & ACHAT, PROPRIETORS,
NO. HI. IIOIKI. HTRKKT, HONOLULU.
I IV THIS CITY.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Tablt
Supplied with the Best the Market
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week.
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
80 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles. Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necevs.rr for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Repairing of every description done In th bt possible
manner, with the best material, at lowest workmen' rate.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
L-T Look for the " Jiiy Collar"
jal si II
No. 76 and 78 Hotel Blreels,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient I
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
WEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
.11 A I.I. HOI ItS.
I1KNRV J. HART,
KLLI8 A. II ART.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Roots with Board Two hollar and a Half per day
Room with Hoard Three Dollars per day
RKms without ttoard One Dollar per day and upward
Cottairr In (oonfrtlon with the Hotel at Sprrltl
jo ii x M. lau lor: co..
jan 1 hi Hrtprleters.
W. C. BORQETAT,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCH'NT
LADIiS' AXI CENTS' IIOSIKRV,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladies Gents' C hildren's Bot k Sn.ei,
GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes Yankee Notion.
PATENT MEDICINES. ETC.
3(4. 32. AXD 34 FRONT NTREET,
. tnylaBO ly
ESTAULISIIFI) I8&3. CHOICEST WIHBAi
I Al-tS A LWLORS in the Market. AT CASH fHCU
Jan 1 81