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i . . .. DAILY HONOtuLU I - VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1885.. NO. 3. , ANNOUNCEMENT. v In order til commence the issue of this paper on the it of September, we are compelled to adopt n temporary heading which will he replaced by one of handsome design and finish as soon as tho electrotype plate can be obtained from the Coatt, when the wholo make up of the paper will be changed and Improved. PROPRIETORS DAILY HONOLULU DRESS LIVING ON NOTHING., HOW SHARPS AND SPONCES EXIST, Tho Way Tltry Flrcco Young Jtloods rsml Wealthy Old MMi, Who Rholllil Know llottor, Out of Tholr Monoy so, nuolra mid SikIioia. or tFltteburtrh !)liiilcli. ' Ho was of modlum liulght and Incllnod to stoutnoss. Ho stood lust livening in tho of door of a loading hotel in a graceful A suit of ciotUoa of noutral colors, fmtltlota lltiun, "hood, a hat of tho lutust stylo and a modest display of Jowolry,, gnvo him tin appoaranco that persuaded ho must bo a sonslblo, follow, and when ho pushod his hat back with a hand In which tho blue veins wore through tlw trtmsparent skin, nnd bo said to a man who was approaching! "Woll, old boy, a sight of you is good for soro oyos; when did you get hack" and n dozon other questions in quick succession, bis oyos sparkling with ploasuro as he grnspBd the band, you folt sure of it. Thoy locked arms, slowly walked to tho bar and lolsuroly sipped tho shorry ordered by tho now arrival, laughing and bantoring oach othar with all sorts ot small-talk. Thoy nftorward ontored nnd sat down itt tho near a i)is. patch reporter, who was conversing with an old dotectivo now engaged in other pur suits, and rolatcd to oach otlior various humorous and spicy anocdotos of thoir summor trips to tho ploasuro resorts. Their good humor and jovial manner was catching. Thoro was a momontary hush in tho hum of voices, and fifty oyos wero attracted toward toward thorn. Old men dropped thoir papois nnd glanced at thorn over their spoctaclos. Finally tho second arrival aroso and, noting tho timoysaid: 'Say, let's go up thoro arid havo a lime. Celebrate our return, you know." 'Can't do it, old follow," answered tho othor with a look of annoyance. "My confounded trip has run mo short." "Pshaw I Don't mention it. Como right along or shall I carry you?" nnd ho gayly mado an attompt as if do bo, and after all protosts had boon siloncod they went.ovt. "Who aro thoy?" Inquired tho ropartor ot the dotectivo. "Tho young man who came up Is tho son of a loading capitalist in this city. Tho othor Is a nobody from nowhoro, so to spook. Boon to the plonsurq resorts? Why, that follow has bepn bore all.suuv mor, although I noticed ho did not public places; kopt shy, That's part of his buslnoss. Ho is what you may call a gentoel sponge. lie docs nothing, has no visible moans of support, bit is always just as you saw him a few minutes ago neat, caroloss nnd Whonnlono hois unobtrusivo, courteous nnd poltto. You will novor seo him lu tho company of common-looking pooplo or loafing iu saloons. Affects a popular sort of piety, .and, oxcopttng In tho froqucnts tho Young lion's Christian Association rooms, and reuds all tho nawfl from a rollgiousiirtlclodowntothoHpIclost news lu tho drilly papers. Ho novor play.( excepting in tho matter oi cash. Knows all that's going on, and can discuss science and philosophy ai readily as any problem in sports. Ecnrcoly ovot bots or plays cards for money. It's rnthoi oxpousl vo, you kno w,and has a tendoncy to bring out in relief his circumstuncus. With his mast Intimate frionds ho mulcoi no pretenses. They know nil about lilm, but thoy liko him. He's vntoitnlnlng, nl ways proper and can be depondod on. His frionds aro novor afraid of him com promising them. He can calculate with t'iu utmost nicety whon ho should rottro. He's as sousttlvo as a shadow in this row spoct. lUch young bloods liko to hnva him around, ha is no accommodutltig and clover. He bows his nock to only a few, and thoy support him and use him. There Is nothing of tho coarse 'lend me ho much until Saturday ' about him. His friends make a lucky Bpeoulntiou mid make him n present of a few shares. Whin they Know ho has some money they give him a pointer and ho dabbles iu stocks. .At stuili times bo sponds bis money fiooly, but novor nssumos anything. He is useful In a huudrod ways In socloty, There aroJot.t of bloods who would like to be Intimate with ulm, but he won't let them. Ho re fuses as jnuny favors as ho roceIvos. Whon ho is hard up thoro aro nuinborlosii ways of lotting it bo known. Doforo ho and bis friend wont a square, I'll venture to, say ho had n Mly or a hundred, iu Ids pockot, a loan, of courso, nnd whon they aro settling up after a night's fuu the friend conveniently forgets ull about It and pays tho whole bill. As a matter of fact, bo is witlier, bettor oducatod mid moro clover by far thnn any of bis frionds. Thoy kuow It. Thoy hnvo tho moit money and bo tlfo most brains. Ho furnishes the ono and thoy tho other. He, however, U one out of u thousand, and is u consummate diplomatist. "Thoro is auothor class ot spoons who live and dross woll," continued tho speaker. "Thoy aro cunning rather than diplomatic. They kuow all about the ooarsor kinds of ploasuro that Bt'om to bo so nltraotlvo to tho unrefined city bloods, Thoy drink, swear and gamble, uud usually go lu couples, and aftor cutting hold on a fast young blood, thoy aro iu clover so long as tho money lasts. Thoy aro very joulous of interference, mid will rows to any moons to drlvo oil! any othor of thoir kind from tho pastures on which tho others would ulso like to graze. Thoy will fight for (liuii tltipo, llo for hm, taku rare df hlin (and his purse) tvjien ho Is on a sprocf, and stick to htm liko Icecaps. One of thorn can always be found, hi his company, They wear his J nVolry, and whon thoy Kutl him to be in a good humor thoy mio not slow to bleed him Into paying for' .whatever talroa.UjoIr fauoy,,, Ayuilo mak ing a night of it, for example, in a friendly shuttle thoy will toar their clothes, nnd it Is an easy matter to get him to buy thorn now suits. They seldom, if ovor, in so many words, nsk him for monoy, but resort to some subterfuge which prevents their Bchomos'from assuming tho form ot n gouge. Infuct, thoy don't nood much money, for thoy o it, sleep' and livo with thoir victim. Wueu thoy run short, how over, tli' y seller pawn such jewolry as they can nparu without notice. Thoro is no ddubi, lut that they frequently, when hols drtiuk, itlMolitlely rub hfm. Thoy bet o tfha race or Svlm'ftivo'i' limy La fc i g oil. Whenever thoy nee that tlu'.r 11. I is sinking ihuy dovltio a grand l.anl uud then desert and hunt up auothor dupt vim vWuits to seo tin) world with his own ivi . This class of sponges' Usually in drop ott ot the 11 dd, iW thoir life is a Just uiu. They wind up in the Workhouso Penitentiary, "after they hnvo boon compelled, in a manner, to rosort to more J unscrupulous moans to get a living. Somo thorn nro shrewd onotigh to husband their monoy and got into somo sporting buslnoss, or start a saloon, or run a Others go to different cities' and carry on all sorts of couildeiico J Cainos. I kuow tfno who, a number of years ago, aftor having run through a I young blood, began living a moroYeflned life, fell in lovo with a girl who bnd great strength of character, and by horlnfluenco Is nowdn bnslness, und would nover bo taken for nn old sponger." J WHY JIMMY WAS SO SAD. How llo Lonrnetf llio I'rlcn or ronthors. llMttsbursh Thoro Is much that Is pathotlo in the history of a child. Thorq aro hlddeir4 incidents iu tho llfo ot children especially male chihiron, which, if known, would at cronto n profound Improsslon in tho circle ot tho horo of tho same. A reporter caught a gllmpso of this pathos yesterday. A good little boy who is tho delight of Ills parents sot ou tho steps ot bis house out at Oakland, after tho circus parade axcltemcnt had died out. Ho was sad and downcast. Whon other littlo boys nnpronchod him and oxclatmeds ' Hoy, Jimmy, golnj to the circus?" ho merely shook his hood in a weak, end, negative way which spoko volumes. To ono of bis lntinvitos ho coullded the fact that bis father bad gono away on a business trip and his motliorwns sick in bed. There was no money to bo spared for circus and Jimmy bolug without resources must stay at home. Iu tho afternoon he disappeared. His misery was too much for him, and ho was supposed to huvo dragged his sortowful littlo body oil' to some secluded nook where ho could mourn unseen. In tho ovonlng whon tho song birds snug Troin the tall 1100 tops and tho" hush of twilight was In tho nir, Jimmy rouppeured ou tho front stops. His faco was still clouded. Sundry little boys came around to tonder their words ot sympathy nnd toll him about Jumbo nnd tho white elephant. At last unable to contain himself any longer ho burst out witlft "Oh, gliumo a rest. I seo it all myself." "What I" oxclalmod ono of tho boys. "Did you gof" ' "Yes." - . "Mother give you a quarter. "No." "Borror it?" "No; wont up In tho attic to road a buk unLfound an oU bolitor nnd two plllers." "What did you. d 1'wltli 'em!"' "Feathers is llfty cents a poun', suid Jimmy, cnutious;ly,,and ho added: "Cross yor breast yer Wont glvo 1110 awayr" "Cross my brodst'wasochood in chorus, and the nail, wis, ful look enmo back Into Jimmy's faco as lie said: "Got sixty conts loft!" and then they all weut round the oirner whore lollpop lurks in 11 dingy storo window. Noni'l 11 I loft Loudon lor Uuidenux ns pnssongor on bourd tho I.iipwlugj (owned by tho Geueuil Strain Nuvigtitloni Company) un Thursday, June It! All wont woll up till Friday night, when in duel courso and tho other puswibIm. (among whom wcie (lovernl lad. os) relied for tho nluht. Shortly after iiildr tglit 1 was m akoned by 1 he cbtol slopiilng and tho noise of the stCum whistle. Qolug 11 coil' btant tfuveler by ntcamers, I clineludod wo weroMu a fog, tho most dnng rom eianiy tho unilor hits to contend wt h. I, there- fore, got out of my horth, dilbssod myself mid worn on deck. There I found a dense fog sun in uduil uh. Not leu ig Incllnod to slum I uroemlod to the si oklug room, whero I sat hinoklug a clgii. About 1 a. m, 1 iiuuiu tno Hoiinu 01 a jiiiihm wiiinno oliiso uthniid. . J' (tujipQtl.jiu in unent alter a largo knlllijij ship with all sails bot, Ic allied throfgh tho fog, Bulling toward our mldshipi, At the same moment tmr captain gavo some rnp'.d orders in qulefc succisslon, which had tho offooj of placing our esb6l ulinost parallel to balling bhlp, 40 Hint instead of striking our vessel oinl on, which must lin sunk ono or both Hhins. Lv the foi I'sluht and Judgment ol 1 ..'.. . . , .. ..w.ii.... our tiiijiatn wo simply recuivun blow IVom the sulliiiishlp as we paused, thiisioduelngitlQuid.ght collision. At tho 'same tlmo tho order was given by tho flriiitnini 'All linnils on deCICi boat limn: carp'mter sound tho pumps.'' In mi iuciedlbly short npiioe of timo, and amid a deep silence onlv broken by tho orders, which wero itivim.wlth tlie ulmost coul. nehs by the Oiptnln und tilllcoM, tho port boat was iiiaujioJ by tbo chief olll -or nnd ciew. the second olllcer and orew sluiullug by to mrtii tbo stitrboard lifeboat if Hy this time the pumps hod been sounded, and to our great relief thoshlii reported dry fmo nnd aft. Ou inspecting tho diimngo the carpenter reported a hole in the ship's shlo nbovo w witter ilno (iii(l tho top 1 nls knocked away, Wo tried lo find the sailing ye-mol, but, altlmuph w lioartl her 'whistle twice aftersU'd, wo saw no moro of her," Tins world Is liko 0 conch, and the mini blowing the horn attracts the most attention. -.V. i'. Herald. ' KwiKa a record if tho proclso mnnbor of eggs laid by oach pmtloulnr hon is the freak. A aopKTKft vyoiunn who iroH (.hopping, yet buys nothing. Huston Qlobe. Pi'ufc&siom.l Qtntfos. A L. THURSTON. (Successor to asliTil & tiiiuistoN) Altornei nt .mi', No, i3 MitkaiANT SramtT Honolulu 156-107 R. A. McWAYNE, D sr rtrsiciAS asd svnaios. 1- Opfick Atib RtwiurtNCits Alakea"slreet, o..ftitiioritt!swtnj iXi. a$aj)4. ill, pHO. L. DABCOCK, f earlier of the tlia Address, care Messrs. Weil, How & Co., No. 105 Fonr St Honolulu. Kiwdkncu No. n Knima street. 337-383 M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. No, Driilnl IIooiiik oh .'or Strrrt, Honolulu .....H. I. Office In flrewcr's lllock, corner Hotel and tort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. ONATHAN AUSTIN, Allm'iii'il timl Cniinntllov " .iiiiT Th ml Aient to tnlii' Nq. 14 KaiiiiManu STKi'Kr Honolulu NO. A. HASSINGER, IfIUlt In Inkii Arltnowlrifguiriil to Con The The tract fin Labor 'J'he ntkhioh Omac..i , Honolulu The D. '1 Or. OHN H. PATY, J Solar 1'itliltc mill Commlmlon of Dccita, For the California and New York. OOicc E the Dank of Uishop .'i Co. , Honoiui.U, Oahu. H.I. No, P P. GRAY, M. D., rirv.siciAS jsn sunaeos, Oilicn, next dir to the Honolulu Library. 1 i) to lo A. M. Nn. Houits: a to 4 r. m. 7 to 8 r. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 , M. Ui:SIK.N'Ci;,Lor. Kimu and lVnucob ?ts. 334. J85 - O B. DOLE, Co niHelliir itt l.ttw tttiii Sotari) Public, nrKICK, N. 1 KSAIIUMANU StHEI'.T.', ,. . Hosoi.ui.u rj - 355-307 XJ R. CASTLE,- Attorney nt l.mr mill Sntni'tl 1'iibltc. No. 10, Mkkciiant Stkkrt Honolulu Attends nil the Courts of the Kingdom, L. W. business QTaubs L. SMITH, A Importer mul JUnler In Olitanware, Mertilen ll'mv, Jlrnclieln, Vumvh, No. 83 Fort STRitur Ho.nolui.u King's Comhiintlon 5nectncles und KCeqUsscs, Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, 1'iLluro Frames, WWenholm's Pocket Cutlery, II. I. Chase's Island uuwh, Clark's Spool Cottou .Muclunc 'Oil, all kinds or .Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions. Sole agent of the universally ackrtnvledgcd Light Running Domestic Sewing Much!ie. aioa6i A S. CLEGHORN & Co, Iniiorltirx mul Onnliim In (Intent! eliiimllnv, ' ' Corner Queen and tviuihutiunu Streets, lluuolutu. 11 . , - A W. PEIRCE & Lo. Shli IJntntltern mul fjontmlnitlon ' eluintn. No, 15 QtiuitN Sr ;.'. Honolulu Agents lor Ilrand's (.uiu and Itomb Lances and Per ry Divis Pain Killer. A LLEN & ROBINSON, Iteiilern ill Lumber mul ull khuln of 1 111 Jlnterltili, I'ntiits, Oils, Snlln, rte., No. 44 (Jiitns Stbkri ............Honoiulu, II. I. AOUNf. OK SCHOQNUKS Halealcala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen, Ullam'a, Pauahl and Leahl. At Holiiinon's Wharf. ' aioa6i OISJIOP & C0V Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian 1m.nii. Draw I'Aclunge Ou nir. hank of California, ,( , , . , r .-..-.-! snNjr RAN CISCO. And their agents tn NEW YORK,. I10ST0N, ' HONO KONG Messrs. N- M. R01'HSCIU!.n4 SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.,' - OF S'VDNEY, LQNDON. The COMMERCIAL HA.NKG CO., CF.SYDNEY, SYDNEY. the HANKS OF NEW ZEALAND: AUCKLAND, CHKIS FCHUKQH. l, ,ip WELLINGTON. Till'. HANKS OF VICTORIA, H. C, AND, PORTLAND, OR. Tiwtsz.t a GtiKivl Jhiiitytg Bust net:. 335-386, BREWER U COMPANY, C (llmit.il.) Oontintl Meremitllemul Commission All"1 Qubun Sih'niT, Honolulu. C. Jones, Jr., president and muiugrr; Joseph O. Caller, iieasurer and secretary. Directors) lions. it. union aim i. .. ,. vmiui , m. . Allen rutdltor. ps C COLEMAN, yiui'lilulst, Carrlui,' torse Shonlniii Honolulu ...... .. ; f H. Plantation Machinery, etc. Shop on King Streel next to CarUe & Cooke's, jSJuismess uffavte. - B. WILLIAMS, j' . t' - IkironiiiH and Dbaibr in If furniture of Uenvrtpllnii. Alio ( tnhnliterer ami .litmtVlriircr. ST furniture Warei ooms No.'ni I'ortSlreft. at old stand on Hotel Street. All enters promptly attended to. 3 Willi ' HUSTACE, - V ' (roRMiiHLV.wiTiifjpMns ft co.i iriofenfe 11111 Itelnll Ctvotv)" Kinii Sthkrt.. Uniikr Harmony Hail. family. Plantation, and Ship stores' supplied at short 1 notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from other tslandfalthfullyexecuttd. -. Telephone No. lie. ', aif7? at O. pASTLE & COOKE, J SUIfnilnu mill C'ommfiii Murcliiinlii) So Kino SruKKT , (Ionolui.i No. IMrORTEIU ANIJ DIIALKII'l IN GENERAL MERCUANUISK. ' J, Agents for - Hitchcock He Comiiany's l'l.tntati3ii. The Alexander ft llaldwin Plantation. It, Hnhtead, or Watalua Plantation. A. H. .Smith & Cirpany, Koloa, Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul. The Haiku Sucir Company. .. The ICohala buj;ar Company. Hamakua Plantation Union Insurance. Comptny ot San Kranicsco. New Itnland Life Insurance Company pf Hostou of Illake Manufacturing Company or Hoslon t. We.ton's Patent Centrifugal Machines. No. New York and Honolulu Packet Line. he Merchant's Line, Honolulu and. San Francisco; Jaynes it Son's Celebrated Medicines. r Wilcox k Gihb's Singer Manufacturing Compan. yiieeler & Wilson's setvinf Machines: " J, ADAMS, .1 Hetloneer ,iiif Coiinntuiiton Merelimit. 4SQUKHN Stkiikt. .-.' Honolulu T -s D. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. E Jniliortort mill Coinmltiitoii .lrerelinnln. 48 Quubn Stiibut Honolulu Oaiiu, II I Nn. r PD C ROWE, , lloimv mul Sign- l'uliiter, P.irKK Hanoui', et&J No, 107 Kino Sthkkt lIovrti.t'Ll ait ?6i 0. 'HALL & SON (Limild) ' IMI'ORTUBS AND DEALItSS IN ' ' T Itiirilirnrei mul (leneral CpKmm or KjN'ft an n. A"STr Aots, IIpmoivlu .1 William W. Hall sident and Manager C. Abies Secretary and Treasurer F. Allen .v Auuuor Directors 'I homas May, L O. Wliilo T7 A. SCHAEFER X U, TV Importem mul Coiiim anion Ulurchitntit, No. ao Merchant SriiKitr Honolulu I FH OEDING. Krire mul lltptijiilmt. Office. No. 81 Klnsr Street. ' Residence. No. 47 Pnnc bowl Stetet. Honolulu, Oam, H. 1. Ficiglit, Packages, anJ'Baggago d.lifred to and. from all juris of Honolulu and vicinity, Careful attention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS F.Xl'KKSSLY FOR THK I'PRfOSU. Office Telephone. N0..B6. . Houbfl Telephone. No. qo. 430-390 1 - T-RANK GERTZ,. tool uilii SUoenitilier. Uoots and Shoes nude to Order. No. 103 Fort Struct. ..i1,. , Honolulu u. w. mvc;i aklanb, 11. H. m.slkai.lxhb. Q W. MACI'ARLANE & CO. Importers, Commlssioji Moroliuuta and. Sugar Fuutoin. Fire-proof Iluilding ,'fj'ueen trc.t, llonufulu aoknts roil Puulua Sheep Uanch &o, Hawaii. J. Fowler i: Go's Steam Plow and I'oiubht Tramwi) Works, Leeds, - , Mlrrless, Watson & Cos Sugar .Machinery, Lilasgon Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, LLcrpool nnd Honolalu Ljue of Packru, -London and llouulutu Line of SteauicrN Sun Fire Office of London. HACKFBLD & Co. . H tleueral Commission l(iilil. Con FlIKT AMI QubltN SlIiBUlH.,, Honolulu ... ', '" ' r Ltollister a Co. ;;. H'holesalii mul Uetall Drnujllsts No. 59, NlMMNU Snimr J,f. Hqnoi.im.ii aic6i ,, y ), TTOPP & CO., No 74, KiNft SrnMiT,, HONOLULU Cf Upholsterers, llruppr aiulh'l)enlers In, alt kt nits of furniture. - TVIepnone No; $3 " 338-379 ' . 1 1 1 1 - TT YM AN 'UROTHBRS, " wn Importan of (lenerul Mtirchmulfsri from France, lUitlmul, Jlormmin Unit thn Unltoil Statin, Nil, j8DlLitNSrIRKT 1$ llONOIUIl V- YMAN BROTHERS H Hotmi'i Issloii .llrrehmils. Nil. avs6 Fmim STRMjT.. ,SN I'kamisco 310-361. HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,, .SVoiiiii Knilnvs, toilers, Suaar Mills, Coolers, Iron, truss ami Leiul (,'ustliitis. Ilos'oi I'l.u, ,',... , ,. ..II 1 Machinery of every description' made to order Particular intention paid to Ship's Hlacktmiiliiu,'. Job work executed oil the shortest notice. 310-361 T H E. McINTYRE & UROTHER, Oroer mul I'lpit Store, Cor, Kiiiu and FortSts Honolulu IJucincss (iTavbs. no. 0. powi.uk & Co., B LHIZOS, UNGLANU, jirrpiicfif to fnrntiih l'tau mill for Steel l'OR'l AHLE THAMWAYS, B or without Cars And Locomotives, Specially ADAITHD SOU SUOAU PUNTATIONS. Pennanent'HalUoyS' and Locomutlves iiid cms, Trac clcs ports lion Knitines and Koad IiOComotlves, Steam I'loueluhjf, and Cultivating Maclilnety, Portable Lnglnes for all purposes, Wlndinc Enjlucs cr inclines. Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photo. of . the above ... Plants . and Machinery ..... ,..,-., may be seen . . the offices of tho w. j.. uiii.i.i ana W. MACFAKLANK ft CO., Aigents for fno. O. Fouler & Cn OHN T. WATERHOUSE, tliilinrlri' mat Itenlei' In tleueral rlmmUm: 35-31, Qukkn Stkukt ...Honolulu M. OAT, JR., & CO. of Statioiirrn uii(f Sewn Jtcalvr, most Iteil Jtuhber Slnmi .Ifone Oazbtti; Hiock.. ...... ..No. 33 Mbrchasit SmiiM ' Hosii.ulu. II. 1. TOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper mul Sheet Iron 'Woriter, am Sloven mul Jtmiyen. all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish ng goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc. 8 Kaaiiumanu STintar.,. ...Honolulu , A1NE & Co., , Coiinnhtlon Jlereimilii, Importers and dealers. In Hay, Grajn and General Produce. ( ''.'.. HoAoit'LU 1 J... .l'. H 1 EWERS 4 CqOKE, ' (Succrssori 10 Lkwuks & 1)i:kson,) Importer mitll)calcr tn Lumber mul nil Itlml of lUtlhllnti MiiicrlnU. appl) 8a Tort Honolulu L AHLO. htuler In ltlee, reu, Slllii mul ,1'iinei tlooil, ihiik, lloott mul Shoes, llrmi, I'eeil mut I'lour, Ctyitri mut'.Tobiteeo. Also proprietor of Klce and Sugar Pluntatfon at I'ol Kaneohe, koolau, Waipio, Kwa, and Heefa. COB. NlMMNU AN0 ClIAI'LlIN Sl HONOLULU YONS & LEVEY, N ItCtltllliolt' .',.. ...,... J . Coknpk Fort and Qjikkm Sikkutj, Honolvlu. hales of Furniture, Stock, Real K.tale and General Merchandise promptly attended to. bole agents foi American ana i.mopean iiiercnaiuiisc. 1 j. i.,.,n-., nnd IJ-. J. or T PHILLIPS St Co. in itorlers mul ll'linlesnlii Dealers In Cloth' (nil, Hoots, Shoes', lints, Jten's iilshlna llooili, I'mivu (lo'oils, I'.te, No. to Kaaiiumanu Sthkkt Honoluli' W. McCUESNEY &.SON, M , Dkalkhs in Lentlmr, Utiles, Tullow mul Commission Merchants. Age-its for the Royal Soap Company. No. 41 Qukkn SriiKBi Honolulu S. GRINBAUM & Co. or M i3n Jmpurler mul Wlmlcinute'tirnltr.i in Jferrhaiuttsi: MAKna's Hi.uck . . .Oubkn SinuKr, Howilulu 1WT S. GRINBAUM & to. I'orivarillnt mul Commission Merchants, No. 114 CsLirOKNiA Sr. San.Fkancico. Spskial facilities for and particular attciitlun paid to ' cniuivnuienls of Island produce. aicnaSi PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Impart!"! mul' Dealers In llartlteare, Cutlery, Tools, Paints aud Oils, and General Mciihandise. No. 7a and 74., Fort Siiuki llowoi.tii.li X? J. LEVEY & CO.," ivnoiesaio ana ileum iirocrrs, t Nu. 95 F0111 SiKittT Honoiulu groceries and provisions ol all kinds on ham) and received regularly from l'uro..e aild America ublch will be i-old at the lowe.t jnurket rates. Goods delivered to anj part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited and prompt attention will br given to the fame. 316-367 HE WESTERNAND HAWAIIAN N rp vesrnicns v.uiupauy luinucu.j Money loaned for long or short periods 011 annrc ed security. Apply tc , w. I.. iiisL.bts, Gffice lltmer lllov'k, Fort St. .Manager 344-393 . H, DAVIES & Co, . Ianion, Gkkkn &, Co.) Commission Murchmits, No. 4 KvAin hani Sr. lliiN0ijfi.il AOItNTS run Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, IlittUhand Foieign Marine Insuiaiice Novlhsrn Assurance company, HOS,,'G. thrum, T iMI'OSTINil ano Manui'aciiuiim. Stationer, Hunk-Hitler,' I'rniter, tool.' blnilor, etc,, And unhlMitr "f the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. Dealer -In fine Slalionery, Rooks, Music, Toys and Fancy Goods. Four ,Simsai.,NRAij IforbL Honolulu i'-".'- rt WBS.I, II. M. HOW, f. W. .MACfAKLANK, w EST, DOW, i CO,, lm)iorters u)ul Dealers In nil lihuls of Mulr, 'Vine; uikI ,i,nmtesn tlomU, Fwrnituiesf nil kli'ds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors, Paintings, Cliroinos and Toys, Picture Frames and Cornices to order. Moving and ropablng Furniture a speciality. Nn. ioj Fnui SlKKKr IIonoi.uh 340-391 McCANDLESS hUiler In Choicest llrnf, I'eitl, Mutton, !te. No. 6 QumtN S t kick r. Fish Makkut. Family and Shipping ordeis carefully attended to. Lite Stnk furplsjied to Vesrels ut shou notion, Vegeiuble, of all kinds suphed to order. TKLn'rHciWE ". No, 3J3. Bisunmcc Notices. OSTON BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS. C. IKElvTiK & Co., Agenti for the Hawaiian Islands, ioa6i RITISH FOREIGN MARINE lly ancc Company. (Limited) TIEO. I, DAVES, AGENT. Tlie above agent has received Instructions to reduce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and ti the Pacific, and Is now prepared to issue poll nt (he Ion est rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers, White pREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, '. A. SCIAEFEK A- Cr., Aftn'tt. Also avctits for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the lfaualian Islands. y ' Linen GENERAL INSURANCE COM FORTUNA pany of Berlin. '. A. SVIAEFER & Co., AGESTi'. The above Insurance Company, has established a General Agency here, and the undersigned. General SSiiblllB, ttu tlsliss sa, tv trv lisn hhsss0 siw ukiiwi the Seas at the must reasonable rates and on the favorably ttrnis. itt6f pHRMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE j comoanvol uerfln. Centre F. W. SCHAEFER 6 Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company tias etttablUhed a Atrcncv here, nnd thcnbavetmifd. General Acentt. autlioiictl to tale UKkt against the danger of the beasnt the mot reasonaljle,tates aim on the most U vuratle terms. 310-261 Flour Men's FIRE HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG Company of Hamburg. A . J A EGEK, A GEST. building, .Merchandise, Furniture and Machtner) Insured against Fire on the moil favorable terms. FIRE INSURANCE Company, P A. SClfAEFEK &- Co., IGXiVrS. 'the above firm having been appointed agents of thi company are prepared to inure risks against fire on Stone and HiIck buildingi and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms. For patticuUrs at their office. 210-261 EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIRE N1 ance Company of Boston. CASTLE &. COOKE, AGENTS. iNcoRroKATttn 1835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. ' tries Issueil on tho most I'livornble Terms Losses paid through Honolulu Agency. $49,003 ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg, . Jt.JlACKlTSl.QJ' O.AGEKU;.. .. . Capital and Reserve Keichsmark 8,830,00 " their Companies, " .33,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prenaicd to inure Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar Mice Mills, and vessels in the harlwr, against loss damage by foe, on the most favorable lerius. BOARD OF UNDER PHILADELPHIA C. DEEU'EK A Co., Auents for tho Hawaiian Islands. TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE PnmnaTiu nf It, UACKFEI.U & Co., Atnti. Capim! and RescrVc Reichsmark 6,000,000. ' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,630,000 Total Reichsmark 107,650,000 '1 lie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to insure liuildlngs, Furnuure, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar and Rice .Mills, and vessels iu the harbor against lost damage by lire, nn the itiost favorable tsims. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND THE Globe Insurance Company. bishop & c., a a sms, n, lBj6. (Tiiltmlleil Liability to Stocliholilers. Assets ,.. $31,136,100 S.7S."r!' incouk run 18791 Prunilitiiis'recelved after deduction of reinsurance S38M9J losses promptly adjusted and paid IiereT . 313-364 NION MARINEINSURANCE COMPANY u of San Francisco. ' CAST.E & COOKE, AGENTS. ' 187s. k ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Company of Boston, Mass, IMOMIIKAIKIJ 815, ,lrl hiniuiril 1st., SSI, nearly $t),' 01)0,000. Polices Issued on tho most favorable terms, and '- ubiolu'tely after Two i Payments. 1 BVAMI'Lh OK fl.AN ". , ,' ' ' Insured age 35 years 30 years Endowment plan fo. $3,000. .Iikiiui Premium $919,110. Pd-up Ini At the end of the ad Vear. 5 s 80. 8s $ S4S 3a " 462.70 840 4th 643.SJ 1,130 Sth " 831.83 1.415 - 6th " 1,019 00 1.6SS 7U1 " l,3S.S .97 8th " .3S ' '! ;: 1.676.03 1,50a 10th " 1,911,63 3,755 nth " 1,157.90 3.00S nth " 3.5o 3th " S,633 DO 3.4M 14th " 1,967.7 3.7 . 5h " 3,163.90 3.945 16th " 4,165 ijth 3,9'3 5 4,38o 10th ' 4.s so 4.59 sr.tll 4.6oo joth " S,ooaoo 5.000 s -1 i.h w,.i ,ti,.l nrul subeneiil nremiums are hkelv lo be reduced by ln(rtailn annual ditrilnitioiit of sui-(Int. Inr Applications can be had of j and full Information w ill bo given by Ihe Agents, 336-267 CASTJ.E & COOKE general uucvttjscmcnti VTOTICB. Dr, Whitney's Dental Rooms will he closed froi.i Tuesday, August 4th until September 71I1. - 1, H..II- m iiiv," , ' p',.i-'i TVTEATEST JOB PRINTING Li .- ocutMd to order at the Sat JUAVPunst oir.ct (ficncral Jiblicrttocmcnts. Pioneer Line. Several SliipJ Annually from LiterpooL "Orlente" from Liverpool, Steamers from Su Francisco and other late arrivals, THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Have received Kilglish and American Prints, ' Cottons, Unbleached Cottons, Linen Drill and Duck, Crown Canvas, French Merino of different qualities, -. , . , ; Grey, blue and Mixed Flannel, Waterproof Tweeds, Dress Materials, Milks, Satins, Silk Ribbons, Velvet,. Hosiery, Underclolhlnf, IN GREAT VARIETY. - Lawns, While and Printed Moleskin, aud Cotton Listodos, Towels. Handkerchiefs, Mosquito Netting, Rubber Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting, Men's, Women's & Children's Boots k Shoes, (kires and styles adapted to this market,) Horse blankets. Bed blankets, (all slrus, ucights, qualities and colors,) Velvet aiifl Tapestry Jluys and Matt, Rugs, Navy and Merchant Canvas, finer i'res nags, (10x30;, augar nags, Rice Hags, Coal bags, j & j Ply Twine, English, Hawaiian & American Flags (1. J and 7 jards.) Oil Cloths, (tasteful designs, assorted width)) Saddles, Side Saddles, baddlery, Iron Bedsteads, Galvanized Buckets, Tinned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pans; (assorted sizes), Butcher Knives, Knttesand forks, Tin Plate, Mieet Lead. Galvanized Water Pip ('A to a inches). Whin c Lead, (various qualities), Moiled Oil. Turoentine. Corrugated Roofing, (a gatige, 6, j, 8 and 9 ft. lengths), Galvanized Screv.s and Washeri, GaUani'cd Ridslne, reltow Shcattiiuu Metal ttf Natl Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples, Wlrc'Plant Guards and Arches, Steel Kails, with Fish Plates, Dolts and Spikes, A LARGE FRHSII ASSORTMENT Of ' HARDWARE, Crockery and Glasswair, Oos, t'icks, Shovels, Plantation nnd Mer.hanic's 'Topli, Hobey b Go's Portable Engines, (4 HP nnd 6 H.P) One Splendid Piano, by Urinsmead & Sous.) Tested Chain, Gpsnge's Soap, ' (a qualities, iu bxs 34 and 60 bars), liest Welh Steam Coal, Coke, Flooring Tiles, Fire Clay, Portland Cement. (White fc Johnson's) Fire Pricks, both square and aitb, Lump Rock Salt. IEATHEB. BEliTINQ. ' (3 10 ia Inch widths.) A Iirgt and Fresh Assortment of Califomian and English Groceries. RS. THOMAS LACK, M No. 70 Fort Street, Honolulu. IklrOKTEK AND UttAl.KU IN SEWING MACHINES ANI CiKNUINK I'liris, Attachment, till and Aeceisorims, Ac Kin run tiik , WHITRandlhe Nbw Home Machine, Howard's Machine Needles, all kind Corticell's Silk, in all colors and sites : llarbow' Linen Thread, Clark's 0. N. T. Machine Cotton. . Mint, Dtuiomft Keliailt Cut Pajxr I'aUfntt ASH rUBLICATICINS. Dealer In RirLiu Ukvolvkks ,. 1 Guns ai d Storting Goons, Shot, 1'owuik, Cafs, . and Metallic CARTmoaas ltKHOSKSK STOI'iS, tn alt . -1 i Sewing.Machine, and promptly attended to, GENUINE ARTICLE COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND Salmon Bollios, 1881'Ctttclu Just received from Portland, Oregon, by . CASTLE 8c COOKE, Tnese Fish can be relied upon at CHAS. SMITH, NO. 86 Kino St., Honolulu, II, 1. ' ' FRATICAL PLUMBER AUD HAS -FITTER, Copper and Sheet Iron Workor - AN1 ROOFB. KANGKS, TINWAUK. Ktc, lt3T All uork guaranteed and all ordeis fsll.full attended to. Please leave orders on the slate Jovcigu ubevtiocments. TJ W, SEVERANCE, 16 California Si,, Cal., (Room No. 4.) HAWAIIAN CONSUL it COMMISSION Merchant. 315-360 M BUSINESS mAT.il V COLLEGE. il 24 Post SLS. r Pf Send for Circular. I ho Fill. I lluslNi'SS Couksu Includes Simile and Oouble l.ntry as nppueu 10 an aepart menls of business; Commercial Arithmetic; llusipes, Penmanship; Mercantile low; lluslnesn Correspond-nice; Lectures on Laiy; llusiness Forms, and the Silence of Accounts; Actual lluslness Practice lu Vholesala and Retnll Merchandising, Commission, Jobbing, Importing, Railroading, Express llusiness, llrokeruge. nnd Uankiugt llranches, Including Heading, Spelling, Grammar, eic; Dialing; and Modem Lnnguaget, consisting of practical Instruction in French, Geinian, and Spanish, SutclAl. llKANCMki. are; Uruainenial Peiinuusliip, Higher Mathematics, Sun eying. Navigation, Civil Eu, glneeilng, Assaying, Short. I land, riling, elc, For full Information address, li. 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