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itfr Prsr ? ??' ' '"Tf !:'.. WC'' vf V '. DAILY HONOtULl 1 r rtiiio. in ,f V ' ' H- -- .rrr:jftfc itai S tiSTWtJ, . VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, .1885. " 'fv' vn t , ANNOUNCEMENT. Ill Oi'iler ta'coimntnc lb issue of lliis paper on the M dJ September, we are 'to adopt a temporary heading Vliith will Ik replastd I17 One of hand' some design and finish as mud in the vltttrotype plate la 11 lit obtained from the Coast, vCItcn the wrale m ike i ii of llie ))ajr wjll be nnd PROPRIVJOKK DAILY HONOLULU PRLSS ON THE BAY OF FUNDY. ' ilra?l:'tJ1'I'alcori Amon, .te ' ,-, ' Dluo Noses. neyonrt tlio Infiiilio U'orrttnont of Xinutl In n Whirlpool -Tim Im. lioilntr Town or hi. John. Tlio Orury Tide, For cljht wooIm I lmvo cniUcfl down on tho steam yncltt Vnlcoii, m lj a jolly tlmo wo havo had. Thcro ro eight of in Iiufus T. Bush, tho ownor, ttnd iti family of ihrco and his guostii, tlireo lodlrn and two gontlo. men beside V)m thcro Is tho captain and his officers nud r of nlno more, Tho falcon Is tlii Iron veswl, 110 foot long, with fl hotiso on hor deck flnUliod nnd equipped with saloons and staterooms In tlio luxurious manner of a Pulliimti pnlaco car. Sho has more room wlicro rucbIs can bo moro thoroughly comfortnblo (that is, abovo deck) than any other yacht In tlio clubs of Now York harbor moro than Jay Oould's, Beimotf s or Mr. Astor's. All tho and tho olegant dining room and saloon look out on tho water not through port holes or bull's oyos, but from nmplo windows two foot by four. Tho boat U at any tlmo willing to facoany Bathat tho passengers llko to stand; but, as wo huvo all tho tlmo thoro Is, and, having steam, can get about rapidly without hurrying, wo tot tho Falcon poko hor noso into soiuo linrbor or up soma river whonover a storm Mtlrs up tho iloop. It seems to mo tho ldoal way of spending n summer. Wo go whero wo please, for Commander Gusli,. .whom, for oupliouy's sako wo havo named "Commodore," gonerously submits the question, ''AVIioro noxtp to bU family and guosts, and varies tho routo 03 thoy' profor, 'o havo vtsltod all tho of Now EnglfAid. lravo boon received by several yacht clubs nnd saluted by hundreds of ynchta, stoamors and and tho Falcon has palpitatod with tlio Jumbo tide in all parti of tho convulstvo bay of Fundy. "Vory woll; how much does "tho whole rttckot costl'' I hear tho Inquisltivo reador asking. Not far from $1,000 a month, I for ovorythlng. This sum toemi large; but tho reader should romombor that tlio Falcon's saloon tablo is always spread with tho host tho market affords, and that tho crow, Instoad of living llko crows of tho ocean stoamors and of a good many ynchta, live as woll as tho guosts. Tills expense, of courso, does not Include tho Interest on tho Investment. Tlio Falcon cost somothtng llko $33,000, I hollo vo; but, as hor hull Is of Iron and sho receives, tho best of caro, Bho la notollowed todotoriorato I in value. J I Wo havo all gained fn honlth; nnd why 'should wo not, for wo seo fow dally papors. Wo aro boyond tho inflnito worrlmonts of land and tho fretting bnthoi ments of 'home. Wohavoyot tosouthoflrst warm day; wo talk no polities, and wo havo nothing to do but to fish when wo nro at anchor, and when flying from port to port to Ho off In our chairs under tho broad nwnln and road tho latest novel, or, porchonco, sleop ' tho sleep of tho Indolent. If wo fool particularly Hvoly wo gather about the piano In tho forward saloon and seo whnt pleasure wo can get out of that If wo aro languid and yot ambitious, wo start tlio big In tho und loungoon the sofus of embossed velvet. Tho Falcon was built four years ago for Prcsldont Garfield, was In part owii"d liy him and was usod by him and his fi lends on tho rotoinac; nidi, when wo wero at Bar Harbor Mr, tllulno sild ho otico had n trip on her with Gai field, and would llko to cruise around Mount Desort In hor. But our dcslro to visit Nova Bcotla would not pernilt.ua to wait for hlin. Coming up the hai bor of St John, Now Brunswick, at high tldii In a yacht is n good doal llko travcrsluj tlio Norwelgan maelstrom in a whirry, Tha Falcon trembled a good deal on Iit sturdy legs, and hor rod, white and blue drapery fluttered with something Hke npprehonslon as the contending tldos dancod around and clutchod her kool nnd shook hor from stem to stoni. Tho harbor boiled In 11 thousand cauldrons and bubbled furiously and whfrlod and . swlr'od. Thiough nil the Kul. con made hor way to a spot which tho captain thought was safoofT KI113; streot, opposlto tho contor of tho town. Thon two bells were rung to back, tho anchor was hoisted over tho sldo, tho word was glvon to tho sailors to "let go," tho anchor chain rattled angrily through tho nnd the boat was fast. At tho saino momont, Commodoio Bush pulled tho and our cannon sant up a mollifying salutation to tho British Hon, nnd a Bong of congratulation that wo had got safoly Into thd harbor on top of a thirty-foot tide. Bt John Is a vory imposing town, seen ' from tho bay, porchod high upon a knob of tho Laitrentlati ' granlto, clean and stooplo crownod. W wfint ashore In tho gig, and four stoutmen nt tho oars could just hold'tholr own against tho furious tide, now swooping out, Tim water wad nearly lovel with tho top of the wharves within threo feot. Tho Iovmi bjarsclosolnspgctlon. Tlio stnots nro broad and straight, and as thoy aro blasted through granite, tho job of Is not expensive I don't kuow n town of 35,000 Inhabitants In tho Sfnto which pro-cents Mich a commercial aspoct or suoh continuous linos of handsomo stores ond warehouses. Tho parks nro not -exactly fostlvo, tho finest being laid out In tho old grave yard, with nothing to enliven It' oxcopt the mouldering contiguity of the dond, It Is a good plaStfor tramps, but hardly up, to the requiretiifiiti of open-air courting. To seo a rustic couplu B10011I115 there, sitting 011 n horizontal nud swinging tholr legs In rapturowhllo tho oltaco with their obtruslvo anatomy tlio rtholo of tho tondor or stlmuUtlng Inscription, thoro nro few things moro touching to tho rolluctho mind, Wo wnndored around threo or four hours, nrtd whon wo got back to South Wharf thoro had been "n soa change." 1 ho lido that was thoro whon wo enmo oshoro had gone to tho Sandwich Islnnds. and was now deltvorlng lt Yntikoo messngo nt Honolulu. Tho water had dropped twenty feet or moro, and tho iildot.f tho wharf was now n. perpendicular pistur.igo of sen grass nnd slimy dulco. Tlio Ulrsdjj,.,;Y.,,'4 wt'v letMus lAyvn, thnlr rclght to the whnif of Market slip" when wo nrilved wdro now hoisting It up to the wharf at tlio ond of tho flying boom. When that night wo turned in Nnptuneso far "went to bed'' the harbor was 0 merry Iiadlam of quarrelsome current!. For tho roader will not fall to remember thnt we woro In tho very mouth of tho 8t John, tho largest river on our edast between tho St Lawrenco and tho Mlsshstppl, which Is nav Ignblo for steamers for!370 miles and nn cnormou? volume of water over tho twenty-foot falls, just nbovo whero wo were floating. In tho harbor It hus oroctcd n sort of delta, and it has fallon into tho bad habit of rushing down 0110 channel and dancing Aip nnothor In a tlreleti rlgodoou. Add to this a gluttonoiu sea ttdo that runs up at the rato of a thorn nn.l miles an hour or 1ms, and piles Itself up as if anxloiH to poso nil tho adjoining land, a crazy tlds that nevor goes In 0110 dlrocllon a yard at a tlmo, but swoops In fearful oddlas upstream when It Is flowing out, nnd dowii stream when It Is flowing in, nnd across stream as if it wero going up. About midnight I was awakened by n hoavy und swift foot on deck I llstenod und honid eagor voices. Then o I sailor roppod at tho door of tho commodore's room near by and said; "Cnpn wnuts to soo you at once, slrl"' . , I roo, slipped on somothlng, and wont on dock. It was clear, and there was in tho sky a lino sample of now moon. "Wo'ro adrift, sir, and running with tho rising tide," said tho captain, as the owner camo on dock. "Sho has slipped hor anchor, ond is rushing up undor tho falls, and I don't know what tho mUchlcf to dol" Ho did not, of course, say ''mischief," for that Is not 11 nautical word. Instead of mischief, he appealed to tho old King-boo of niLschluf, whoso namo tho pulpiteer tells us w'o should nevor tako In vnln. And tho cnptalu didn't tako it in vain. For as soon as the K. B. of M. got time to turn around and reflect, ha roloasod his clutch of tho anchor-chain, and the flukes caught In tho rock nnd hold! "She's bit," tho captain said, If sho holds 's all right. If sho lets go again wu will bo undor tho Falls In ten: minutos unless I can jun her ashore And there's no stenm up." She hold her grip for half an hour and wo turned In again, not a little anxlouv Tho captain wallod tho deck all right Tlio next morning tho Falcon crept back, und tho commodoro lashed her to an Immeuso buoy a twenty-foot cube of timbers, nuchorod to the bottom. All seemed sweot at least, but' that night wo wero bulTettod by that buoy, and jammod, and janmnd, and. jammed, till homo of tho sleepers di earned that tho earth had collided with a comet, and some that thoy wcio going up Mount Washington nnd tho car got awuy from tho locomotive, while some of tho sleepers weren't sleepers at all. It seemed as If such a one-sided boxing match must havo bruised the Falcon's heat), und tho commodoro bnld next morning that when he got back to Now York ho would have her bumps examined by a marliui phrenologist In tho ship-yard. - W. A. CnojfUJT. A CITY OF PRETTY GIRLS. Tlio AVuy Bleep Htroats u ml l'uro Air ('iiitillmSo. to tHs llo.uity or Quebec Women. . IN. Y. feun.l "Thoro aro no ho Holy girls in Quebec," a Canadian said ton visitor to tho undent cltadjl city of Canada. "I havo of en stood at a window and wutchud for ono In tho throng passing on tho sidewalks, but I huvo never yot soon a Quobju girl who ooutd be described ns ugly. I dou't.clalm thnt they nro all absolutely bountiful; but thcro la something In tho clear, invigorating air, and porhaps In the soil and surroundings of this loltv nud I rocky city, that glvos them sparkling oyos, brilliant complexions, and elasticity of fitop. Montreal is full of pretty women, bu Quebec! cnu boat hor In that rospoot Huvo you notlnad how easily our Quuboo gills climb tho stoop city stroots. Whon thuy nro oscondlng a sldowalk thatslopos upward at an apparent auglu of thirty degrees, tboy don't seem to mind It. Thoy don't lag, they don't got out of breath, thoy don't stagger from ono sldo of tho walk to tho other, Thoy just go up as lightly and gracefully as any lady can walk across a parlor floor. You can't do It und keop pneo with thorn, uiilais you'vo boon brought up here. They'd tiro you out before you got half way from Stops to Dulferlu Torraco, Thu )x orclso they get Is partly tho secrot of tholr good looks, "Thon there's another thing that holps. They're out of doors half tho tlmo. On a pleasant ovo 1I11,' tlio torrnoe, that broad plank p omouado which stretuhes for n quarter of a mile along tho top of tho proolploe undor tho brow of Capo Diamond, Is crowdod with thorn, strolling In pairs and groups, chatting, laughing, oudperliapi flirting u little, You don't mind tlnii, do you? No. Woll, look what a ltli. Two liumlrod foot nbovo tho wators of tho St. Lnwrenco, and ono of thu very flnost vlows In tho woild, n everybody admits, which from l'olnt Lovl down tho river to Capo Tourmeut, and from the gorgn of Moiittuoi'oncl fur buck among tho Mountains, You can't blamo us for bilug proud of It, And there's whero tho Quebec gills breathe tho pure nlr that puts roses In tholr ohouks and tho snap Into their oyoj. Yes, sir; steep stieets und plenty of fresh air, nnd, (ho subtle lufliioncoa of a hiiulsoupe, form tho ohist secret of tlw bonuty of our girls." Ui'ofcBsional QTavbc. A L. TIIURSTONt (Succewor 10 HMinl & mints nn) .Women nt l,nw, No. 33 MKituiANr Srsusr ...IIomoi.ilo ' pvR. A. McWAYNH, I'll mini. i .v a sn svitatiox. Often ANIi UKsipttVCfc 34 Alalea ureet. OfriCK lloi'M 9 10 11 a, M.i (loir. n. 159-334. 7m - nr t - n n,w -. . .- !Sr '" - JPf'" ""T-'" -1 ""- 7Vl7ll) of tho I'lnno forlet care Metsrs. West, Uow & Co.; No. 105 I'oki bT ..i Honolulu1. Hesiokick Nu, 11 liinmt mrvci. 937-38$ M. VVHtTNflY, M. D., O. D. S. J Drutitl ItooHM (in 'hi Strrrt, II. I. Oflice III llrevter'a lllocV, corner Hotel and fori blrl. cnlr.inc on Motel blicel. JONATHAN AUSTIN, Attorney unit t'oiiimrllar nt l.nw, Anil l(nn to IiiIh Arhnoivlrilnrmi'ntii, No 14 KamiiihaM' Srnr.KT..'. IIonoloiii ail-373 NO. A. HASSINGER, J Ifen to .( Arknoivti'itilinrnlH to Con tract for LnUor ' INTKIIIOK Ol'KICK. ... ....IlllMllll'll' allodia JOHN H. PATY, Sotitru I'nlitlr nnl Continlimloii of Drain, i'or the Sialn nf CalifurnI 1 nml New York, Office at 1 lie Dank u! IIUIiop H Co. HoNoiim. Oaiio. 11. I. P. GRAY, M. D., P, I'HVsiaiA.v Axn suitanos, , Oltico, noil door u die Honolulu Library. I) 10 lu A. M. O'FICR HOUKSI 111 i I'. M. 7 10 8 1. M. Sunday, ole n a. hi. RUSIUKNCt.cur.JClnau and PenucoU Sl. J3.j8j Q B. DOLE, Vounnrltor ut .mi' mid Xotnru 1'nbllr, officii, No. 1; Kaaiiumanu Strkkt ,..Howoi ulu 3-o; w R. CASTLE, Atturmty nt Law Hint .Volar I'nhltr. No to, AlKKciiANr Stksut lIoNome Attcndi all the Courts of th KlnKdum. business (Earis. A L. SMITH, Importer ami Dealer In illniirar, MvrUleti U'urr, llriichi'tn, Vnnrit, No. 83 Pokt Stkkkt '....lldNOLULe Kind's Conilnadoii Spectacles and KcgtaSAe4, Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture I ruutcs, Wosteiiholni's l'ocket Culler), II, I. (,liac' Khna vicv,, Cltrk'i Spool Cotton, MulIiiiio -Oil. all kinds of Mjcliiiii! Niedles, "I)ome.tlc" l'jlr Fashions. Sole agent of the univerAall) ackiiOAleded Light, itnnuhiff Uometllc Sewing Nliicldre. ' S. CLEGHORN & Co. A nti Denliirn lit tlanrrnt Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu 310-361 W. PEIRCE & CO. A .Si(; Oliamtlers ami CommUilon Mer rluintn. No. isQUURNSr , HONOI.UII, Agents lor Uraud's Guns and UomL Lances and 1'er ry Usvis' I'du Killer. 310-361 A LLBN & ROBINSON, Denim In l.mnlwrami all IJml.i of iilll Material, I'alntn, Oil, Xiiiln, Nu. 44 Qiikkn iralKl ...'. Honolulu, II. I (1UM rs 01 M.uoONi:n Hulcakata, Kiilanianu, KckauluoM, Mary Ellen, UiUnia, Pauald and Lentil. At KoMnion' Wharf, 310-361 DISIIOP & CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islanus. UiAvt Kxi.luni'e on Till: HANK 01' CALIFORNIA, ' , SAN 'FRANCISCO. And their agents ill NUW YORK, IIOS'lON, ' v 1ION13 KONO Messrs, N M. ltOllLSCUILI) a,SONS, - LONDON. TheCOMMLUUAb HACKING CO., QF SVPNEV, ,ONI)ON. 'lheCOMMF.UCIAL HANKING CO., CFhVDNLV, SYDNLK, the HANKS OF NI5W IFIALAND: AUCKLAND, CIIRLS1CIIURCII, . AND WUI.i.tNruilN 'nu; ll.N;S OF HRIVISH COI.UMIIIA, V1CIOUIA, U,C AND PORTLAND, OK J AND Transait a (?tt,ral Banking B minus, ' 335-388 ' 1 ', C BREWER fit COMPANY, (.LlmlttJ.) ' Oeimral UfrfantlliianilVnianjUslon Aytnlii QusfN SrwiKr, Hd!(oLL;iu. ('. Jones, Jr., president and nuniiueri loieph O. Carter, Ireisurcr anl seireiary. Directors: lions. Charles R. Ilishojiaud II. A, I'. Carter! W. F, Allen ntidimr. rye. COLBMAN, llliwhamltli, .Maolilnht, Varrliiie ll'uW. Have Nhoelntl, Honolulu ,,.,.,.,...,,, It, I ri.utatidi Michlnerj, etc. Shop on KJng Strict Hell to Callle'iv Cvokc ., rw 'JJuciucsb Gtavbc. - e, williams) lMI11UTKkkXNJ DltALKK IN fiirnlltirr of V.eer'y l)rrrli,tlin, Also Viilioliterer ami Maniifuetiirer, F'urnilure Warerooms1 No. ill Fort Street. at old stand on Hotel Street. All ordert promptly attended lu 3 3-303 p HUSTAOE, (FOSMKHLV WITH OOI LK.1 ft CO.) U'liolemile imil llrtall Orocrr, 111, Kinci SfniiitT.. .,.... .Under Hakiio'.n .Iai u iHtfi'fJ dhitMur'i tuvf Hed at short notice, new K0001 dv every steamer, uroers trom the other Island faithfully executed. Telephone No. !". 331-378 pASTLU & COOKE, ,Sliltlnu ami t'onnnhiloii Merelntitti, No. So Kino Siksut 1.. ....(., .'...IIonoI 1 li IMfOKYKNS ANII UKALKJS 1 OUNliUAL MKRCIIAN'UISE. Auents fur ' the Hitchcock & Company's 1'Lintatiun. 1 lie Alexander & Italdwiu I'lailaticsi. R. Halstcad, or Waialua riantatiou, A. II. Smith & Company, Kolga, Kauai. J M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui. 'I he Haiku .Surar Company. I'he Kohtla bu jar Company. Ilamakua Plantation 'I lie Union Insurance Company ol San FVaulcsco I he New Knland Life Insurance Company of Most .1 I he Manufacturing Company of flostun D. M. Wrslou's Patent Centrifugal Machines, The New York and Honolulu Picket Line, the Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisui Dr. Jaynes Sou's Celebrated Medicines, Wilcox & (lihh's Striker Manufacturing Company. Wheler & Wilson's bewinj Machines. E P, ADAMS, Ancllnntwr ami Cininlnlon Meirltniit. No, 46Q11KKN STEKr, Ilosoifi.l' 710-361 pD, IIOPFSCHLAEGER & Co. Important altil Vomnitmilon Mtrrhantii. No. 48 Qiiitfc.x Srf if r...... Honolulu Oaiiu. II 1 310-351 PD C, ROWb, iiM ami Stan I'atnter, I'AlfR HaNIjKH, etC, No, 107 Kino Sihkkt V Honoii'lu ' 311-363 P O HALL & SON ,, IMIOUTUKS ANII OKALBKS IN llarilicnm ami Ornpral Jlercliitnilliirf CoiiNBR ok Kino ano I'oki Honoiiilu OKFICKIH: William W, Hall President and Manager L. C. Abies . ..... . Secretary nnd Treasurer W. I". Allen ." ... ..Auditor Directors Thomas Max, E. O. White O A. SCHAEFER-a Co. Iinmntrm ami Coir,mtalon Merchants, No. 30 Mukciiant Srsiiiir,,.!.... Honolulu H, OEDING. F ami Drayman. Oflice. No 81 ICIuz Strict. ResldenrJe. No 47 Punchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Freight, Packages, 'and baggage delivered to and ftoiu all parti.of Honolulu and Careful at tendon paid 10 muting Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRUSSI.Y FOR l'HF: I'UKI'O'th Oftice Telephone. No. 80" ' House Telephone. N 0. 330-390 PRANK GERTZ, Hoot ami Shoemal.er, t Uooisund Shoes nude to Order. ,, Nu. 103 F'oki SritKST..... HonoUlu 310-361 li W. MA(.VaKLANK, K. MALrAKLANK. ("J. W. MACFAULANE & CO. . Importova, Oouiijilsslon MoroUauts anil Suar Faotorj. I'irc.proof Duildiug Queen street, I Ion ifu'u Al.hNrt ,ok Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, . F'ovvjcr it Co'.bteum Plow and Pol table 'Irani waj Works, l.t.edi, Mirrless, Watson &. Co's bui;tir Maihiuery, Glaito lilisowanl Honolulo Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets? London and Ilonoluht Line of Steamers, Sun Fire Olfico of I.onJo'i. '43-3 I 1 ' ' ' T LJ HACKFELD& Co. liiii'rnl ViiiiiiiilMitnii A will- COS. Four Ar.0 (JIMIIIN S rKitui ....,.,,, I tONOI.' II 1110-361 TTOLLISTER it, Co. Wholimiiln unit lift 11 II iliilys.s ninf To-Itaeeonltt: No. JO, Nl't'ANUfSriKItT,...,., , Honoluu 310-361 topp n Co., No 74, Kino .Siuui.r,., ., v,, Honoiii.ii Ulihalatarnr, Draierx ami Dealer In all 1.1ml of Fariiltare 'telephone No. 143. 338-37; JTYMAN BROTHERS, Importer of tleneral .irerrlinmllt) from 1'ranoe, ICiulnmt, Germany ami the United nre, j No, 58UKUS'S.TmiET .v ,..,,"., .Honolui u 7 JTYMAN BROTHERS. CominUilun Merchant. ; No 306 I'soni hThhtT,,..,... .v.,San Fkancsco . ' - IjONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., .VOdin ICnilne, Holler, iniar Mill, Cooler, trim, lira ami l.eml Vnttlnu. Honolulu ,.., , ' Machinery of every ilencilplloii made to ordir Particular attention iald to bhl.'a lllacksmiihiiiK Job work executed on the ijiortcst iiutlce. HE. McINTYRB & BROTHER, (Iroceri itml tl'eett Cok, Kinu and F'ort Srs,., ',,,,',,., .Honolulu - - business GTavbc. TNO. O. FOWLER & Co., . LI'.FJDS, ENGLAND, Ale jirrinreil to fnrnt'h I'lnnt ami (( mate lor Htet I 1'ORTAULK TRAMWAYS, With or without Can and IxKoinotives, SpeciaVy ADAPTED 'OR SUOAR PLANTATIONS. Permanent Railwaj t and Locomotives and cms, 1 rae tlon Enjiiues nnd Road Locomotives, Steam Ploughing and Culiivatinj Machinery, Port. ahUvFaiilne for all purposes, Winding . WHskl. Engines or inclines. , ' Calaloifues with lllustraltins. Models and offhe above Plants and Machinery may be feeu at ilit oflijes of the undeisluued. W. L. GRF.LN and O. W. MACFAKLANK A CO., Auents for no 0. Fowler A Cn 313-364 OHN T. WATBRHOUSE, J Itnpoiter anil Dealer In Oeneiitt No, 35-31 Oltskx Sthukt ...Honoiulv ' 310-361 M. OAT, JR., U CO. J, Stationer atiit yew Dealer. Iteil llabber Stiilnji Ayeney Oazstik IIlock No. 3 MURCIIANT SlKllXl Honolulu. II. I. JOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper uml Sheet Iron II i iter, Stove ami Itanye. of all kinds, Plumbers' stock auu metals, house funiMi lug goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc No. 8 Kaahumanu Stukkt Honolulu 310-361 L AINE & Co., Com nt t In n Merchant. dealers In Ha), Grain and General Pnnluce. IIOSOLUIt'...t 1 1', I. 310-361 J EWERS ft COOKE, (SflCKHSOK TO I.KWnkS & DlZKsON,) Importer and Dealer In Lumber ami all klml of llulldlny Miiltrlnl. No. 8a F'um Sihkut 310-361 J AHLO. Healer In DryAlood, lllce, Tea, Sill. and J'aney Hoods, Hat, Hoot ami Shoe. Ilrnn, I'ced ami Flour, Ctyar and Tobacco, . Also proprietor of KIc and Sugar Plantations at Kancohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Hecia. Con. NUIIANU AND ClIAILAIN StS HnNOLULU , m T YONS & LEVEY, Auctioneer and Commllon Merchant, COKNUR F'OKT AND QuKBN STkEKTS Ho.NOILIU. Sales of (Turniiure. Stock, Reut.Lstaie and. General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for American and European merchandise, j J. Lyons, 333-383 ( 1 ). I.eul, 1WT PHILLIPS & Co. Importer ami Wholesale Dealer In Cloth- iny. Hoot, Shoe, Hat, Men' nlshtny (looil, i'aney Good, .7c. No. 10 Kaahumanu ... ...Honoluiu r IIO-3&I W. McCHESNEY & SON, DEtALSRS in w Leather, Hide, Tallow and Cammlilon Merchant. Agents for the Royal Soap Company, NO. 44 Ql'ttKN STLKUT , HoNOLlLU 1 317-368 S. GRINBAUM & to. M MAKKk's HlAJtK QtKKN SlKKUT, UoNfU t'LU M S, GRINBAUM & Co. I'onrafdlna tfnd CommUstan Merchant, No. 314 Cai.ikoh.ni s Sr. San" F'kancisco. Scclal facilities for and particular attention mIiI to cousiviirnents of island uroduce. 310-3 1 OACIFIC HARDWARE CO. and Dealer In Hardware, Gut- lery, "loot, Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. Nn. 74 And 76, Foki SrhKKr, Husoloii ' 310-61 O J. LEVEY & CO., holcale and Itetall Grocer, No. 93 I'oki Stkkki ,. . .Honolulu Fresh roceiies and provisions ol alt kinds un hanu and receded regularly from Europe and America whlih til be sold at the lowest market rates. Goods delivered toanj part cf the city free of charge, island ordrrs solicited and prompt attention will 10 the same. 316-3 7 WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN THE vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or short periods on approved security, Apul) to W. L. GREEN, Oihce Ikaver lilock, rort St. Manager 44-95 T JIHO. H. DAVIES & Co. (I.Ait anion, Ghkks &.CO,) Impaiter and Commllmi Merchant, No. 4 Kaaiiumant Si',,.,..., Hiinoii'I.l' AOKNlt, KOIt Llod'undthe Liverpool Underwriters, and Fojcuii Jiarinr. Iixurauce Company, M Id ,viiiiiciii ou(hiii. vwiii,,aii j. G THRUM, AND MAMUrAt:rill.l! Slntloner, lloolt dler, I'rmler, etc., An I of the Hnualiuii Almanac'and Am.uj' Dealer it. 1 ine Stationery, Uooks, Music, 'ioys and Fancy Goods. Four Sfuer.T. ,N'ba IIoiki. Honoiiiu 341-61 0 wh), 11 si. IjOU, I. H, AltlfAKLNK, w1 EST, DOW & CO., liumnter and Jeulr In all Kind of Milile, Fancy ami .li.'iaucte laad. t'uriuiureoi an kuius. ocwing aiucuiues, auirors, Paliiilnis, Chromos and To)S, Pictuie Frames and Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture a speciality, . No, 105 Foxr Stkkkt., ..lloNoiiui 340-391 ILLIAM McCANIILESS w N(ffii lit CKaleest '', I'eal, .llatton, Kte, No. 6 Fish Makkui. ' Family und Shipping orders uiefully allcmkd lb. Live block furnished 10 Vessels at liorl notice Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. TuLKf llO.ls, , , ,,.,.. r , N .... No. 313 ' n . 338-309 s, fiisuraiicc Notices. OSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS. B C, UKKIfhK cV Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, , TjRITIS,tj; FOREIGN MARINE anco Company, (Limited) ' TIIKO. li DAWES, AGKJtf. '.Ilje above agent lias received Instructions to reduce the rates of Insurance between HonoluU and Portj in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll cte'al,the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-361 pllHMHN BOARiS OF UNDERWRITERS. '. A. SCItAliFliK'&' Cc, Aftnlt. Alsi agents for Ihe Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna, Board of Underwriters, For flie Hawaiian Islands. 310-361 GENERAL INSURANCE FORTUNA ofj Berlin, '. A, SCllAhFKK &- Co,, AGENTS. 'Ihe above Insurance Company, lias established a General Aueucv here, and the undenined. General Agents, are auihorired to taW risks against the dangers 01 tne sea at tlie most reasonable rales aim un llie most favorable terms. LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE GERMAN Company of Berlin F. A, SC1IAEFEK A Co., AGE.VJA. The above Insurance Company has established a General Airencv here, and the aboeslined. General Airci.ts. are authorized to take Risks against tne dangeiaof the neas at tne most reasonable latei, and on tne most terms; 310-361 FIRE INSUR. H ance Company or HambnrBr. A.JAEGKRtAGEX7 Huiltlitip, Merclisimll&e. Furniture and Machinery UKureu agaum rire on tne nto( tavoraitle terms. FIRE INSURANCE H Company. F. A. SCfAEFEK cV Co., AGES'TH, 1 he above firm having been appointed agents of this are prepared. 10 irjure risks against lire on Stone and llrick buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at their oflke. 110-36) ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Company of Bor-ton. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCOKrOKATliU 1835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. I'ollcte Jtied on the most VavorableTcrm Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000 -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE NORTH Company of Hamburg-, . HACKFELD eV Co., AGENTS. Capital and Reserve Ketchsmark 8,8o, jo tneir e.ompaJes, " 33,000,00 The Altems of iht above Company, forlFe Hawaiian Islands? are prepared to insure llUildings, F'urnilure, . . , ... Sr.t,nli.t..& .nJ , Hu.l... Sl. I.t. (.....b l.t.lUUUIUlN UIIU IWUUU, ..lUVI.ll.CI J. Eie, UI.U llULI and Rice Mills, and vcsm:Is in the harbor, against To or damage by hre, on the most favorable terms. iHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER writers. C. IIKEU'EX & Co.. Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 310-361 FIRE INSURANCE TRANSATLANTIC Hamburg-, . HACKFELD & Co., Agtntt, Capital and Reserve r. Reichsmark 6,0.0,000. ' their Comiianies " 101,630,00a 'Total Reiehsinark 107,630,1100 'Ihe Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Istane'j, are prepared to insure Duildings, F'unuturc, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also buj;ar and Hie Mills, and vessels in the harbor again.t loss or damage by fire, nn the most faforable tetnis. T HE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Olobe insurance Company. Ji$0' & Co., AGENT$. KSTAU1SIIUU 1836. Unlimited Liability to Stockholder. Asscta ,,.,.,$31,136,100 Reserve " 6,730,090 INC0M11 ki:i 1879; Premiums received after deduction of re insurance , $5,381,195 Losses pro nptly adjusted and paid here. 3t3 364 TTNIOHMARINEINSURANCECOMFAHY l 01 san rrancisco. CASTLE &' (VOKEy AGENTS, lncorioratrd i8;v EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIKE N Insurance Company of Boston, Mass . IMOKIIlMAIKtl 1833. Asset January 1st., 1884, acuity $17,-000,000. Polices Issued 011 the most favorable terms, end absolutely after Two Payments KXAklllK OK fLAN S Insured uge 33 years- 30 sears Lndowment Plan for e, $5 000. .1 tin nn I'remtum Suir. V'Te, Pd-up Ins. i 189.8s, $ KJ 461,70 Q-to 43 sj 1,130 3S i,45 1,01900 1,635 1,333.15 '.970 '3S 1.676.05 1,500 1 911 65 ,7J5 i57o 3.o5 .4S 41 3.5o 1,685.00 3 48s, 1,967.70 3,730 3,3-9' 3.945 3 575-35 4,15 3 903 S 4.33o 4.4 5 4.590 4,613 70 4,800 5 p 5,000 At I he end or the ad Year, jd " 4th " Sth " 6th " ?th " itlt ' oth iJtlt " - nth " ath ' 13th " 14th " isili " iS'h " ;' 18th " l9tll " 30tll " " llie second and subieijeni remitiini aie likely 10 be reduced by tnciatt annual Mitnoullons 0 sur-Int. ltd" Applfcalions can be ludnf; and full Information win ue given oy 356-67 CASTLE J- C)HKi)i eft" general JtlbcvtUscmcrite. ttotice; Dr. Whimsy's Dental Rooms will be closed from 1 'lu'esdty, Augm.1 4th until September 71I1,' , 1J EATEST JOB PRINTING 1 N xecuted to order at the Sati'imv, Psuik onics ) Ortcnciitl bucrtiocmcittJa. JPioiieei Scmal Sbip Annually from Licrpoil. Ily " OrTcnte" from Ltserpoot, Steamers Trent San 'F'rancisco and other lata arrivals, THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Have received Faislish and American Print. While Cottans, Unbleached Coitous, i.inen iiriu anu liuck, crown t.uiivoi, Frtncll Merino if diucrcnt qualities, ff -y, litueaiid alUid Flannel, Waterproof 'I weeds, Dress Materials, silks, Satins, Silk Klbtwns, Velvet, Hosier), Girdereloilnug, IN GREAT VARIETY, liwiii, White and Printed Moleskin, Linen and Cotton LUtodos, 'Towels. Handkerchiefs, Moujuitu Netting, Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheetln?, Men's, Women's & Children's Bi'ols & Shoes, (sites and styles adapted to this matket,) Horse lllanktts. Bed lilankeis (all sires, weights, qualities, and colors,) Velvet unit Tujivnffii, Hiif.H mill jirotM, Centre Rugs, Naty and Merchant Canvas, Kilter Press Hags, (30x36), Sugar ltas, Rice Hags, Coal llajs, 3 & 5 Ply Ttne, English, Hawaiian & American Flags (l, 5 and 7 jards.L F'loor Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted widths; Men's Saddles, hide hadclle, Hddlcr3 Iron lledsteadn, Galvanired UuckeU, 'liuii'd Iron Tea Keilles, Sauc Pans, F'ry Pans, (assorted sites), Htileher Knives, Knives and -Forks, I in Plate, Sheet Galvanired Water I'lpo (H to 3 inches), White Lend, (various qualities), llolled Oil, Turrnllne, Corrhgated Roofing, (34 gauge, 6, 7, 8 and 9 ft. lengths), linhanired Fctrws nnd Washers, Galvnnired Ridging. 1'eUow Sinn thl 111 Metal .0 Xtiiln Annealed F'ence Wire, Fence Wire Plant (luards and Aiches, hleel Rails, with TIs 1 Plates, Holts and Spikes, A LAKOK FRLbll ASbOR'IMUNJ 01 SIIJEXaJF IIA1J.JOAVA1113, Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovel, Plantation and Mechanic's Tools, ' Robey & Co'H Portable F.nglnes, Ontl Splendid I'uno by Urinsmead & &i is,) Tested Chain, dosage's Soap. ( qualities, in bus 34 and 60 bars), llcst Welsh Steam Coil, Coke, F'looriug Hies, I ire Clay, Poitland Cement. (White & Johiisou'.) Fire lirieks. Iwthsiiuaroaiidarch, Lump Rock balf, LEAXHER BELT1MO, (3 to 13 Inch widths ) . A Large and fresh Assortment of "ssWk I -FT - is Oalifornian and Englich Grocuries. 340-361 M RS. THOMAS LACK, Nu. 7!) Fort Stroot, ICouuIulu, . ANU IIKALKK IN SEWINO MAOIIIWEB t AND (iENVlNIC '', Attachment, Oil and Accrnrjes. AnuVr Kent tiik Win rK and the' Nnv Hojik Machine, Howard'n Maehine Needles, all kinds Corli'.-.U's Silk, jit ull colors.an4 L. Ilarliour's Linen Thread, Clark's O, N. T. Machine Cotton. At mi, Dihioitil'i Reliable Cut fall, rut j ANU flMLICATIONS, Dealer lu lttrihs KKVOLVBkl JUN8 ai d Skiktino Goons', Suir, Powokr, Cam, and Mktallk. KJUIUNKNI! SCOriiS. In alt vlir. laick and tly attended to. v- 133-355 nPHE GENUINE ARTICLE COLUMBIA RIVLR SALMON Snlmun BalUos lHS'l Oiilob, Just received fioin Poitland, Oregon, by CASXXE & COOKE, Tnese Fish can be relied upon as First-Clan 313-363 OHAS. SBI1TH, Nn, 86 King Si., Honoluiu, II, I, PRATICAL PLUMBER AND GAS PURE, Coppor and Shoot Iron Worker AND nCErJL?s.T. BOOFEB. KANC.KS, TINWAUE, Etc. SlT Alt work tuirutiuril ninl nil order tatl.fulL aiiciitlctj trt. I'lent ltac orders on the slaic .Jforcigit bbcftisuncul i. TT W. SEVERANCE, ' ,t6 Cai ikoknia Si , CAu, (Room Nil 4,) .JII..I.V CUVaW, .1 COMMISSION Jlenliant. 315-360 HEED'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 2-i- Post B. F. Send for Circular, Ihe Tiiij. IIUINKa. Coubsb includes Single and Double r.nu) Hook-keeping, as applied to all dituirt nuuts of business, (ommcrejal Arithmetic; Dunnes. Penmaiifhtpi Mtrciiiiilf I uw, Hiulness Conesuond dice! Lccturu on Law) Iluslncss I'oims. rtnel the Science of Accounts, Actuid HuMiies Practice, in Wholesale, and Retail Merchandising, Commission, lobbing, liioriing, Raihoadlng, ICxp.tSs llrokcnige.und Hanking, Luglish Hrauclies, iiielnUuia Iteadlng, Spelling, (nmumar, etc; Drawing! and Modern I.angua,'f, pousisting of praclieal instruction In (leinfttn, and Spanish orrviAi iMLjiire, eiruanieniai l cuuiaiisiiip, Higher MathemalMudurtrvlnr', Nasigailou, Civil I'.n. giuecriiig, AssajingJ' Short Hand, iye Writing, Telegraphy, eic, . Tor full information addis, ' ,. i. i.i.j.cro. 330-33 1 San F'hancuco, Cal. vi m n t n n . uj ... i lit '. 1 A i i t ! 4 e - . o w. "..