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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19, L888.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
,,im: Except Sundays.
r 50 00
, r.;;i:-I!'1 fn.mths a oo
?" ' ;Vr mouth 60
l oueyear..... 5 00
.ri illy i Advance.
:S,ii'... . ! i w i i AZETTE CO.,
BAWA Honolulu, H.I.
THE CLUB HOUSE
Walker & Bedward, castle.
J. B. ATHERTON.
G. P. CASTLE.
JwERS & COOKE,
Isthe Best Restaurant in Honolulu.
First-class Coffee, Tea, Chocolate and Cocoa
at all hours.
-A. Frill .Meal, Qocts.
Which includes a variety of food only
to be had here.
Board by the Week, - - 84.50.
re waiters and first-cl
is a trial.
C. CHUN HEE, Prop.
Itf Civil and attantivA nnHera onrl firo(.lnoo
cooks employed. Give us a trial.
Ltwers s Dickson)
,, DoahT.- iu Lumber
,,,KlujS0f liuildius Materials.
., to William McCaudless.)
t'itti i Mutton. Etc.
, , l in in;; imlt-rs carefully attended
? t Vu 5 U.'d to vessels at short
J. ALFRED MAG 0 ON,
rnvnev - at " Law,
iillercb.u.t street, Honolulu.
v& yaillas court ashfoud,
I.. v..ii..H.ir. A iron I lo Tnfce
-i-U Cai-itul Buildiug, adjoining General
V T l i t .
The Liverpool and Lon
don and Globe
Assets $ 40,000,000
T ' h t k . . J h h 4 .
ixei luvuuie i ,j 4 y,uwu
Claims 1'aid 112.56U,000
TaVpa TMrVh acmlnst T.nss nr T)ama?fl hv Fire
on KnilrHnca. ATar.hinerT. Snpar Mills. Dwellintra
and Furniture, on the most favorable terms.
Bisliop & Co.
1188-6m l-6m '
5. LEVY & SON,
Importers, Wholesale Dealers and
In Foreign and Domestic
FRUITS AND PRODUCE.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Iaiporttr aud Dealer in
i. . n .i,,.-..Ti c,i.t llniinllllll. ltf
jd, r u '""'i -
'W urn TrPTarorl o fill orders of all kinds in
our line, and make a specialty in packing all
kinds of fruit for long aistance maraeia.
Hawaiian Island patronage will receive special
628 and 530 Sansome St.. San Francisco.
P. O. Box 1742,
JS. L. MAKSUALii, nonoiuiu,
118-6m Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
S. EACKFELD & CO.,
itral Commission Agents
Dr. Fort fc (,'ut en Sts., Honolulu, ltf
iSireet, Opposite VilIer A Co.'s
E, J. NoLTE, l'KOPRIETOR.
:lii Luarhes Served with Tea, Coffee,
WatiT, OiLgt-r Ale or Jlilk.
H-a Irom 3 a. in. till 10 p. in.
"'Cker'' Rt-nnwifca .a Knfi-ialtV. ltf
-i - i -
E. W. FRAZER,
'f-King and Alakea Sts., Honolulu.
t cbirge, good orkmansliip and a
BAKE R Y .
T.nn4ai PnnfAtforier- Pastry Cook and Baker.
Rich and Delicious Ice Cream maae oy Dieam.
71 Hotel Street.
I Jo tli Telcplioncs
BACPP, . . . PROPRIETOR.
rrt Street, Honolulu.
y. HUTTON AND VEAL.
rn"h Sata-e, Pork, Etc.,
':5-y on band. Shipping served on short
!JICLU IRON WORKS CO.,
H. HackfeH, from London
Contractors & Builders
Brick, Stone and Wooden Building
Jobbing- Promptly Attended to,"
- 76 KING STREET.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
-IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN-
Bell Telephone No. 2.
P. O. Box 423.
-ALSO, AGENTS FOR-
Park Beach Hotel
Opposite Kapiolani Park, AVaikiki.
Grove Ranch Plantation,
R. Halstead's Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Co., Eoloa, Kauai,
G. F. Blake's Steam Pumps.
j Kohala Sugar Co.,
Haiku Sugar Co.,
Papaikou Sugar Co.
Finest Bathing Place on the Islands.
Elegant Rooms, gas and water in each,
Extensive Grounds, well shaded;
The Table is supplied with the best
the market affords.
Billiard Room and Bowling Alley
Union Fire and Marine Insurance Co., of San Francisco.
Etna Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston.
D. "Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line
The Merchants' Line, Honolulu and San Francisco.
Dr. Jayne & Sons Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox & Gibbs, Eeraington and Wheeler & Wilson
Full information glan to tourists as to ihe
best routes of travel, for scenery and curiosities;
also current rates for horse hire and guides on
me oiner isianas.
Tinaopq nnrl fwrrin oca wilkhe fnrnished at spe
cial rates for excursions. Busses and baggage
wagons will meet every steamer. Special rates
for permanent boarders. A wagonette will be
provided tor the use oi guests at special rates.
C. N. ARNOLD, Prop.
Pa Aim a u Plantation, I
Hawaii, March 9, 1888. )
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Fran-
OfintlfimfiTi We have used two of your 30-
chambered Filter Presses this season. They
are convenient, easily handled and are working
entirely to our satisfaction. I can recommend
no improvement on tnem.
Verv resnectfullv yours.
(siened) A. Moore,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
These Presses are being carried in stock in
Honolulu and are sold at the very low price
of SSG50.00 in Honolulu to meet the demand,
A consignment is now on the way.
ltigtlon Iron & Loco. Works,
ao iov 9m San Francisco
Sugar Mills, Coolers, Brass
Bl Load ntinS,
on paid to ships' black
Best Coir Matting
g-For Sale at Lowest Prices hylg
0. W. Macfaxlane & Co.
''pJtfT of ev"y description made to
"CUUUU LKWU TO eUlDS UltlUll'
uowork txecuted on the shortest
TflE ROYAL SALOON,
rihI 2lereliant Streets
tc,Ier the Management of
".liitrf S0? aTarltyof the best Wines,
UH glass Cld beerS on drau8ht at
SUN FIRE OFFICE,
"iLLle Vh.-q ltf
1 H. RASEMAN,
uier anil rtio..i, t. t.
(Up stairs) ltf
Police Station. S2lra
Insurance effected upon every description of
property at current rates of premium.
Total Sum Insured In 1885 327,333,700
Claims arranged btf gents, gj1
with promptitude and libe rality. The Jurisdic
Hon of the Local Tribunals recognized.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Has Removed His Manufacturing
From Hnnann Street to
Thomas Block, King Street.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
81 KIKU STREET,
GL J. WALLER,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
FOR SALE !
EX. BARK JAMES S. STONE,
Ami Just-Landed In Flue Ortler.-
Galvauized Barb Wire,
Galvanized Cut Naila,
Galvanized Cut Spikes,
Galv. Clinch Boat Nails,
- Iron Cut Naila (asst'd)
Horse Shoe Nails.
Barrel SLooks and Heads,
Second-hand Iron. Safes.
Oak Lumber, Ash Lumber, White Pine Lumber, .
Walnut Lumber, Cases Matches, Oakum,
Pitch, Tar, Cotton Waste, Italian Packing,
Metalic Paint, Fire Clay, Marble Dust.
Electric55 Kerosene Oil.
"Downer's" Oil, "Belmontine" Oil, Lard Oil,
Gasoline, in Drums, (2-5 gallons in each).
Plaster. Itosendale Cement. Portland Cement,
Dairy Salt, Bales Excelsior, Tubular Lantern's.
Straw Wrapping Paper, 20x30in Grindstones,
Hair Mattresses, 40x25 lbs., Lamp Black,
Three-quarter Rubber Hose, 3-ply, Ox Bows,
Franklin Stove Coal (in bulk and in casks),
Drain Pipe 3, 4, 6 and 8 inches.
Hand Carts, Baby Carriages, Sashes, Blinds, Doors, and Five Extension Top
Carriages-the best ever consigned to us and a First-class Carriage.
C. T'R.'EWER & CO.
Tlie llervey or Cook Group.
Thft Aotinor Consul at Raratonga, Mr.
Exham, received authority by the S. S.
TJiVhmoml to nroelaim a British protec
torate over Raratonga and all the inlands
of the llervey group, and the Queen s
flag was hois tea at noon on fceptemoer
20th. Mr. Exham's instructions were to
recognize the authority of the three
Queens of the group, and also to recog-
nize the chiefs there, ine lanatmams
were notified that the ceremony would
take place at noon on September 20th,
the irrouiT assembled at Queen ilakea's
residence. The lollowing prociaiaiiuon
n-K rpi,! hnili in English and in the
Native language, and it was affixed to
the Queen's flagstati :
" rroclamation. Uy virtue oi lnsiruc
ivwl from Her Britannic Ma
jesty's Principal Secretary of State for
the Colonies, contamea in a aespaicn
from Sir James Trenderiiast. Deputy
Governor of New Zealand, dated Govern
ment House, New Zealand, August Jti,
1SS8, I herebv declare that Her Britan
nic Majesty's" Government has this day
assure.! a protectorate ot tne group oi.
islands known as the llervey (.or vook s;
up, situated in the bouth racinc
Ocean, between IS cleg, ana 'zz aeg.
south latitude, and 15G deg. and 100 ieg.
west longitude, and that the following
islands are included in such protector-
ate: Karatcnga, JUainuaia, aiiuiaki,
Atiu, Taoki, Mitiaro, Manuae, and all
the small islands or islets depending on
thom. lilted at Her Britannic Miiiesty 's
Consulate, Karatonga, this 20th day of
September, 1888. Kicuard lxham, xacr
Britannic Majesty's Consul. God Save
Th t.hrpft ere-At chiefs were then pre
sented with the British flag, which they
were authorized to hoist on their nag
staffs, and they were informed that under
thp nmtprtion of this rJa' thewwould be
in no way molested or interfered with by
Southeast of Samoa about 700 miles is
the scattered Hervey or Cook Archipel
ago, consisting of nine islands, either vol
canic or coralline, and rendered difficult
of access by dangerous reefs and the ab
sence of harbors. Karatonga, tne larg
est, is volcanic and hilly, with fertile and
well-watered valleys. The islands pro
duce cocoa-nuts, bread-fruit, bananas,
coffee, cotton and tobacco, 'lhe natives
of the group are now in an advanced
state of civilization. They all read the
Bible, dress alter the European fashion,
and live in stone dwellings gro ;ped in
Uttlp tnwnshins under separate chiefs.
Thev seem, however, to be rapMly dim-
inishing in number, the present popula
tion being perhaps ten thousand, of
whom six thousand are in Raratonga
alone. They petitioned in 1864 for an
nexation to Ureat liritam. it is a curious
fact that in Oparo, a small, sterile
island, there are the remains of native
forts of hewn stone on the summits oi
Mm hicrhpst hills. The stones are well
squared and smoothed, and joined with
a hard cement. Some oi tnem are two
tons weight. The natives have a legend ,
of a migration from Samoa.
Admiral Fairfax,with the Uahiope ana
Lizard, left Tonga for Samoa, intending
tn o. n.t Nin or Savare Island, and
establish a protectorate Over that island,
. a. r iUv
in compliance with a request irom me
It is reported that Captain Aidmer,
during his late cruise, has succeeded in
making one ot the deepest sounuingu
that has ever been made, at a few miles
offKaafaor Pylstaart Island, the niostt
southern island ot the longan uroup.
He-obtained soundings ot tatnoms.
mm WO CHAN & Co, NUUANU ST.
. HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Suitable for Christmas and New Year's Presents
EX BARK VELOCITY, FROM CHINA,
EEED CflAIKS AND BOOKERS
Something new in Honolulu;
Extension "Veranda Chairs,
Ebony and Marble Diningroom Sets,
Matting in all variety and colors,
Silks, Satins and Pongee,
Silk Crepe, in all shades;
Mantel and Hearth Vases,
Best Oolong Tea, Clioice Manila Cigars.
Ex Bark H. Hackfeld
I Selwig & Lange's Patent
H. E. Mlclntyre & Bro.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALER IN
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT A'D KIKO STREETS.
New Goods received by every pacitet from the Eastern States and Europe, fesh CaJiforn'a
Prodnclby frytt amef. All orders faithi nUy attended to, and Goods delered to any part of tbe
cifree of InaVe. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PostoJSc Box No. 16
Telephone No. 92
18 to 30 Chambers,
Which have proved a great success at Lihue,
Hanamaulu, Kekaha, Walmea, Eoloa, Lahalna,
Laupahoehoe, etc., and which are provided
with the latest improvements; also,'
SPARE PARTS OP ABOVE PRESSES
FILTER CLOTH FOR THE SAME ;
Iron Tanks, 3 sizes;
Deane's Steam Pumps,
Steel Bails & Fixtures
Portable Track, Sleepers & Switches, -Corrugated
Iron, all lengths;
Fire Bricks, Slates,
Eire Clay, Asbestos,
White Bros Portland Cement
Germania P. Cement,
Keg Shooks, Rivets,
Sugar and Coal Bags,
Coal Baskets, Twine,
Stockholm and Coal Tar, Etc.
For Sale at lowest J Rates by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
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