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? '. R wzymr J" w i i-v sft . r V l V j n t: S f .1; DAILY ONOLULU PRES VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS," SATRUDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1885. NO. 23 THE FUNNY MAN'S BABY. Mlno I Tho Monder form and tbo tomlor faco, TI10 blissful Urn, anil tho whtful oyos, Tho heart's quiets bonttntholongombraca; Oh I perfect anJ pasilonnto sift of grnco, No rival may soolc my prli). Bho 14 mlno alono to bo claspad and klssod, To bo hold and I0030J, to bo loved for ' nyos.. Though tho king of " Terrors my right t mill hold him forovor at bay. Thlno! Thou dldit nccopt tho challgnjo, sho Is tliinoi Thy aim sho falod into, out of mlno; Thou Imit tho fair swoot form to hold, to kiss, . To fold within ' " " this For tlioo forovor, novormoro for rao Thine, thlno, O Death I through all nity. Thtnot Hlnal Yos, mlno, not thlno, if sbolovodnottheo; If invo bo Inciting thou canst not own; Thou bast tho Ilsib, but tho soul is froo, And that lovod mo, and for mo alono Did it light tho oyo. did it Hush tho face, Flood tbo llpj with ktsjos at lovo's Did it thrill tho form In my closo ombraco, But novor, ,0 Dtiathl for thoo. Thon sho is not thlno, and I claim her still By tho royal right of ltor own swoot will, By tho momoriot clinging about mo horo. By tho bono nnd tho lloavon that mon hold doar, By tho pr imlso that, at tor tho toll and tho pain I shall boo hor and clasp hor and kiss hor again. "LISTING" CORN IN KANSAS. How Good Crops nro Soon rod In tho Semi. Arid Agricultural Holt. Frank Wllkeson in Tho Now York Bun, doscrlbos tho moans usod in planting corn In tho Kansas bolt, and said to that region to rnlso good crops of the Croat fattening grain of tho Unltod Stnto It is by moans of tho listing plow, which throws the soil into high ridges, tho middles being dooply pulverized In addition. In tho tronchos tbo corn Is planted down in the pormanontly moist roll of tho tronchos, thoso bo Ing (Mod up in tho procoss of cultivation. This tronch, as plowed, is and sixtoon lnchos doop till tho corn got) strong, an iavortod trough covors tho rows as tho cur"vator passos, provontlng tho plows from .rolling tho soil ovor the plant AVhon tho corn Is roady for tho socon 1 cultivation tho trough is laid nsldo. The shovels aro sot to throw tho oarth to tho corn-plants, now strong and two foot tall, and thoy nro also sot to tako tho ground dooply. This cultivation throws almost all tho earth into tbo trench that, tbo Ibtov throw out. Tho woods aro dobply buriod. Tbo surfaco of tho Hold is lovol. Tbo main roots of tho corn-plants aro at loast ton Inches bolow the surfaco of tho ground, and how much further they bavo sunlc Into tho rich, damp, underlying ground no ono knows. But now no ordinary drouth aiTocts tbo plants. Tho hot southwest wlu Is can blow, tho mercury can rlso until tho rlty of tho thermometer Is throatonod, the sun can courso across a cloudloss sky for weeks, but tho corn loaves do not roll. The plants thrive, ami, if n soaking rain falls botweon thi mlndls of Juno and tbo mlddlo of July, tho listed corn will mako a full crop. Mr. Wllklson conoludoi as followi; "Last year on my farm In Kansas two tracts of rich, black, sandy loam were soloctod to experiment npon. Tho land is as lovel as a floor, Thore is not a particle of difference botwoon tho traots in fertility and location. Ono tract was plowed doeply with a common plow, and plantod with a check-rower in bills four foot apart, three korneli in a IU1L It was thoroughly cultivated four tlmjs. TUo other piece wat listed, tho korncls of corn plantod fourtoen inches apart. The ridges woro Ioveloi by two cultivation). Tbo listed field produced fifteen bushels ot corn per aero more than the corn, and Its cost ot production, previous to husking, was less par aoro than tbo chock-rowed corn. "Ijhlnk the' lister ij tho moat Important agricultural tool that has boon Introduced Into tbo semi-arid bolt. It has placed all tho lands that llo botwoon the bottoms mid the uplands In tho class ot corn lands; and Its useiwlll onablo tho fanners who own rloh uplands to ralso fair crop) of corn, and In addition it will suroly push tho lino ot productive corn lands 100 mtlos further west and brine million! of acres ot land that have hitherto boon unlit for romunoratlve corn culturotaidor tho silk and tassel ot tho most noblo grain that grow?. "Of course, tho Hstor is not intendod for uso in region 1 whoro thoro is, yoar at tor yoar, su indent rainfall to insure crops. Its uso In tho bolt has almost eliminated tbn doubtful factor in agriculture in that roc Ion, nnd tbo fact that lti use insures tho corn crop has causol com land to advanoo in value by loops." Tho Itlchest Doll on Karth. A Httlo. girl now at Lour Branch child of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Htmdoll, pf Now York, who with her parents and Httlo brotbor Is in a cottngo on Bath avonun glorias in. tbo possession ot probably the most magnificent doll ovor inado, solt and troussoau were tho wondor of all l'urls and took a prize in an industrial ox-position thoro. Tho little girl Is nainod, Virginia Campboll, for tho lalo Mrs. Robort Campboll, of St. Louis, and tho oldost sou ot that lady, knowing tho affoutlou both his parents bad for tho child's fathor nnd grandparents, brought hor tbo hnndsomest present he could And in Europe. Tbo doll is tho slzo ot a child ii yoars old. Tho trousseau Includes a soalskin sacqtlo, lined with quilted satin, largo enough for a child i) years old, fans with poarl ctlcks, parasols with pearl and other flno handlos, gloves, lace and other laces, lino Mlk stockings, lingorlo drosses, bats, wraps, satin slippoN nnd avory Imaginable arttclo a brido could bavo in hor trousseau, and all largo oncurjh for a child of tho age iinmod, and ovpn a wedding-dress and flno laco veil. Tho smallor articles wero all in sots, not only ono or two ot oaob, but tbo undorwonr, band. korchlofs, oto., by dozens, It took a yery large Saratoga trunk to hold tho doll and hor wardrobo. At n Crematory. Exchange. Matron: Jano, lio tho ashman boon around tuU mornlnfil "No, mum," "Woll, when ho enmos toll lilm to look throush tho Imrrols carotiilly. AVu burnpcl a man yostor.lay on whom a dentist ' took flrst prlza for filling elxtoon tooth And,' Juno " - - '.'Yos, mum." Jl "Toll him I want half if ho duds any tb.ln&'' . 7 iJrofcsctotmt (Snrto. CLARENCE WILDER VOLNRY VAILLANCOURT AWfORD. ASHPORD. A SHFORD & ASHFORD. Attorneys, Counsellors Solicitor, A dvo' catvs, Froetors, Conveyancer' Etc, OrncK "Honolulu Halt," adjoining Post-office. 30-1)7 T"R. A. McWAYNE, FHYSICIAN AND suhgeon, Orrics and Residence 34 Alakea street. Ur net hours 9 to ti a, h.; 6 to 3 p. Mi rrwr - . ," i-'84. E0. L. BABCOCK, Teacher of the Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Fort St......... Honolulu. Residence No, n Emma street. 337-288 T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dental ICoomn on Fort Street, Honolulu. ... , II. I. Cilice In Brewer'. Block, corner Hotel and Fort Street., entrance on Hotel Street. 310-361 JONATHAN AUSTIN, Attorney nml Counsellor at Law, Anil Ayent to take Acknowledgements, No. 14 Kaahumanu Street. ...r Honolulu 331373 TNO, A. MASSINGEK, Ayent to talte Acknowledgment to Contract for Labor. Interior Omen Honolulu 311363 JOHN H. PATY, Sotary l'ubllo and Commission of Deeds, For the Statu of California and New York. Office at the Hank of Bishop & Co. Honolulu. Oaiiu. H.J. 310-361 ULES TAVERNIEU, J Artist. Studio : Room 6, Spreclcels Block. Fort Street. Honolulu. Hours; 3 to 5 p.m. 6-31 J A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith & tiiurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Street.... Honolulu 356-307 TWJ THOMPSON. Attorney at Lair anil Sollcltorln Chancery. Office Campbell's Block, Scond Story, Rooms 8 and 9. Entrance on Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. JD P. GRAY, M. D., vursxaiAH axd suitan'ox, Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. 9 to id A. M. Office Hours: 3 to 4 r. m. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays, 9 to n A. M. RESIDENCE, cor. Kinau and Pensacola Sts. O B. DOLE, Counsellor at Lam anil Notary 1'ubllc, ' OFFICE, No. 15 Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu '5&-307 XXT R. CASTLE, Attorney at T.aw and Notary 1'ubllc. No. 19, Merchant Street Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361 gustos GTaruB. A L. SMITH, Importer and Dealer In Glaware, Merlden Ware, llrackets, Vases, No. 83 Port Street Honolulu KIne's Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses, Lustra! Wire Ware, I?........ U..... Ht.... 1-U. Wustenholin's Pocket Cutlery, II. L.Chase'st Island "fcw, JIWVI IUIIUM, itlULUUIC . VII. all kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper.Fashlons. Sole ngent of the universally acknowledged Light. Running Domestic Sewing Machine, 210-361 A S. CLEGHORN & Co. Importer and Dealers In General Merchandise. Comer Queciriuul KiUtiumami Streets, Honolulu, a 10-361 A W. PEIRCE & Co. Ship Chandlers and Commission Mer- 1 chants, , No, 13 Queen St .'. Honolulu. Agents lor llrand's Guns and Domb Lances nnd Perry Davis' Pain Killer. 310-361 A LLEN &ROBINSdN, Dealers In Lumber anil all Jctnd of Materials, 1'alut, Otis, Nails, etc., flo. 44 Qeekn 5tkbrt.,.( Honolulu, II. I, AGENTS Or SCHOONERS Halcalcala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohi, Mary Ellen, Ullama, Pauahl and Leah!, At Rotmon's Wharf, , 310-361 rjISHOP & CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchange on THE RANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO. And their agents In NEW YORK, I10STON, - HONG KONG Messrs. N. M, ROTHSCHILD & SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO., OF SYDNEY, LONDON, The COMMERCIAL J1ANKIN6 CO.. OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY. The nA,NKS OF NEW ZEALAND! AUCKLAND, CHUISTCHURCH, AND WELLINGTON TjIE HANKS OF BRmsiI COLUMBIA, VICTORIA, il.C AND PORTLAND,, OR. and'' TVantatt a Gattrat Banking 'Bushiest. 335-386 $it0tues0 Omrbs. C BREWER & (Llmitttt.) COMPANY, General Mercantile and Commission Ay out Queen Street, Honolulu. Officers P. C. Jones, Jr., president and manager; Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors : lions. Charles R. Bishop nnd H. A. P. Carter; W. P. Allen auditor. 311,-334 -s C. COLEMAN, Hlacksinlth, Machinist, Carriage Work Horse Shoeing,' Honolulu...... ,. ,..H on- cE WILLIAMS, " 'Imfortes and Dealer in Furniture of livery Description. Alto Upholsterer and Manufacturer. Furniture Warerooms No. ill Fort Street, work shop at old stand on Hotel Street, All orders promptly attended to. 353-303 c. HUSTACE, (FORMERLY WITH DOLLEl & CO.) Wholesale and Jletall Grocer, 111, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores sunplicd at short notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from tho other Ishndfalthfully executed. Telephone No. 1 iq. 331-378 ASTLE' & COOKE, Shipping and Commlslon Merchants, No. Eo King Street..... Honolull IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents for The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company, Kolon, Kauai. J, M, Alexander, Haiku, Maul. The Haiku Sugar Company. C The Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation The Union Insurance Company ol San Tranicsco. The New England Life Insurance Company of Boston The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Picket Line, 'lhe Merchant's Line, Honolulu and K.in Francisco Dr. Jaynes Si Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox & Glbb's Singer Manufacturing Company. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewine Machines. 310-361 E P, ADAMS, Auctioneer and Commission Mereltaut. No, 46 Queen Street Honolulu 310-361 D. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. E Importers and Commission Merchants. No. 43 Queen Street Honolulu Oaiiu, II I jqD C. ROWIl, House and Sign 1'alnter, Paper Hanger, etc., No. 107 Kins Street Honolulu 311-363 TJ O. HALL & SON (Limited) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware and General Merchandise, Corner of Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu officers: William W. Hall . . . President and Manager L. C Abies , Secretary and Treasurer W. r. Allen Auditor Directors Thomas Mav, E. O. White p A. SCHAEFBR ct Lo. Importers and Commission Merchants, No. 10 Merchant Street , Honolulu 310-361 p H. OEDING. Express and Drayman. Office. No. 81 King- Street. Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oaiiu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and Baggage, delivered to and from all partsof Honolulu mid vicinity, Careful attention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 86. House Telephone. No. qo, 339-300 "PRANK GERT2, Hoot and Shoemulier. Boots and Shoes made to Order. No, 103 Fort Street,,.. Honolulu 310-361 U. W. MACPAI1LANK, II. R. MACFARLANE. (j"W. MACFARLANE & CO. - Importers, Commission Morolinnts and Sugar Fuotors. Fire-proof Building , . . , Queen street, Honolulu. AGENTS FOR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J, Fowler & Co's Steam Plow and Portable Tramway Works, Leeds, Mirrlcss, Watson Si Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets, London and Honolulu Line of Steamers, Sun Fire Office of London. 343-?94 HACICFELD & Co. H flriioml Commission Agents, Cor. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu a 10-261 TTUSTA CE & ROBERTSON Draymen, All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Parti cular attention paid to the Storing and SmrriNaof goods In transit o the other Islands, Also, Black Sand and White Sand In quantities to suit at lowekt prices. Office Corner Kaahumanu and Queen streets. Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 33, ' Mutual Telophone No, 19 TTOPP & CO,, No 74. Kino Street,..,., ,.., Honolulu Upholsterers Drapers and Dealer In all kinds of Furniture Telephone No. 143. 338-379 DusincosI CTnrus. H ONOLULU IRON WORKS I Co., Steam Engines,! Itoller, Sugar Mill, Coolers, Iron, llratfttul Lead Casting. sHf Honolulu .H.I Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid ia Ship's Blacksmithing. Job work executed on the shortest notice. 310-361 . iC JJOLLISTER & Co. ,. Wholesale and lltlall Druggtsts unit To- bactonlsls. TT E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER,' Grocery and Feed Store. Cor. Kino and Fort Sts J.... Honolulu JNO. O. FOWLER & Co., LEEDS, ENGLAN Are prepared to furnish J'lUns and Ulti mate for Steel PORTABLE TRARtWAYS, With or without Cars and Locoiiotives, Specially ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS, Permanent Railways and Locomot ves and cars, Trac llun Engines and Koad Lot imotives, Steam Ploughing and Cultivating M chineiy, Port- able Lngines Jbr alt :$, Wtnd'ng Encines Tor incliri 'S. Catalogues with illustrati'ins, lodcls and Photo graphs of the above Plants and Ma :hluery may be seen at the offices of the undersigned, . L,. Uliutn ami G. W. MACFAKLANIi & CO. Agents for J no. O. Fowler Sz Co OHN T. WATERHOUBE, J imjwrtcr and Dealer Hn General Mer- chandlic. , No. 33-31 Queen STRrET...J .Honolulu 310-3$ M. OAT, JR., & CO J Stationers and 'cw i lealers. lied Hub er Stamp Agency Gazette Block No. 25 Merchant Street 335-306 Honolulu. ki. 1. JOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper and Shiet Iron Worker, Stoves and flange. of all kinds, Plumbers' stock flitl metals, house furnishing goods, chandellefs, lamps, etc. No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Street.).., Honolulu L A1NE & Co., Commission Mirch ants, Importers and dealers in Ha f, Grain and General rrouuec. Honolulu, 1 r V. I. J EWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Lewers S Dickson,) Importer nf Dealers In Lumber and all .'Hum o jiutiaing Material. No. 62 Port Street.. Honolulu 310-361 L AHLO. Dealer in Dry-Goods, Jtlce, Tea, Silks and ,Fancy Goods, Hats, Hoot and Shoes, llran. Feed and Flour, Cigars and Xobaeeo. Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Heeia. Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts Honolulu YONS & COHEN, Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, Corner Fort and Queen Stklbts, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture. Stork. Ueal Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for American and European merchandise. I J. L.YONS, 333-393 ) 1, l., 1- LOIIKH PHILLIPS & Co. M Importers and Wholesale Dealers lit Clothing. Hoots, Shoe, Hats, Men's Goods, i'aney Goods, Etc. No. 10 Kaahimanu Street ...Honolulu 710-261 TWr W. McCHESNEY & SON, Dealers in Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission Merchants. Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 43 Queen Street., ,, ..Honolulu 317-368. M S. GRINBAUM & CO., Importers of General Merchandise anil Commlsiton Merchants, Queen Street .,,,.. Honolulu. II. I No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cal. GONSALVES. E. HUTCHINSON. M A. GONSALVES & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants, Beaver Block, Queen Strret ...Honolulu Tost Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise, No. 74 and 76, Fort Street iHonolulu 310-361 WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN THE vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or short periods on approved security, Apply to W. L, GREEN, Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager 34 (-395 . rpHEO. H. DAVIES & Co. (Late Janion, Green & Co.) ',' Importers and Commission Merchants. No. 4 Kaaiiumant St Honolulu acents TOR Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and Foieign Marine Insuiance Company, and Northern Assurance Company. 310-361 HOS. G. THRUM, T Importing: and Manufacturing Stationer, Hook-seller, J'rinter, Bookbinder, etc., And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. Dealer In Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and Funcy Goods. . ' Fort Street, Near Hotel,,.,., Honolulu 341-361 business "IXrlLLIAM McCANDLESS Dealer In Choice! lleef, Veal, Mutton, Etc. No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market. Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice. Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. Telephone. , No. 212. 338-309 WF' ALLEN. Has an office with Messrs. Bishop k Co., corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be "pleased loattendlSariytutrnesCVnftusiVd'ta ldm!" WEST, II. M. DOW, c. w. macfarlane. w EST, DOW ft CO., Importer and Deal'r In all kind of Mutc, Fancy anil .Ji.vancsa Good. Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors, ramtlngs, Chromes and To) s, Pictuie Frames and Cornices tO Order. Mnvintr nml rnn!rtnrr Piirnittir a speciality. No. 103 Port Street. Honolulu 340-301 insurance olkts. OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. B C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 310-361 FOREIGN MARINE BRITISH Company. (Limited) THEO. It. DAWES, AGENT. The above agent has received Instructions to reduce the rntes of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poll cies at the lowest rates, with n special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-361 TJREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., Aetnlt. Also apents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters, Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 310-261 ORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM F panyof Berlin, F. A, SCIfAEFER 6- Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company, has established a General Agency here, and the undersigned, General i cents. art authorized to take risks ngainst the dangers of the beas at the most reasonable rates nnd on the moit favorable terms. 310-261 LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE GERMAN Companvof Berlin F. A SCIfAEFER & Cc. AGENTS. The above Insurance Company has established a General Acencv here, and theaboveslcmed. General Acents. are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the tjcasat tnemoit rcasoname talcs, ami on me most ja vorable terms. at 0-261 FIRE HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG Company of Hamburg, A.JAEGER, AGENT. Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms. 310-361 FIRE INSURANCE HAMBURG-BREMEN Company. F. A. SCHAEFER d" Co., AGENTS. The above firm having been appointed agents of this company are prepared to irsure risks against fire on Stone and Brick buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at their office. ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Company of Boston, CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCORPORATED 1833. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. l'olletes Issued on themost Favorable Terms Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $40,000 310-301 TvrORTH . GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE XN Company of Hamburg. . UACKFELD & Co., AGENTS. Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00 " their Ue-Insurance Companies, " 35,009,00 The Agents of the above Company, for tho Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise anu Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss or damage by me. on tho most favorable terms. 310-361 EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE N Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. INCORI ORATED l335. Assets January 1st,, SSI, nearly $17,-000,000. Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely after Two ' Payments. F.XAMrm op plan ; Insured age 33 )cars 30 years Endowment Plan for $5,000. .IniiKdi Vremlum $211'. ISO, VTe. Pd-up Inf. At the end of the id Vear. $ iSg.85 3d " 463.70 4th " 643.15 5th " 831,85 6th " i,oiq 00 7th ' i,i35.S 9th " 1,676.05 loth " 1,911.65 nth " .1,15790 litll " 1,415.45 13th " 1,685,00 Mth " ,97-70 ''h "ft '7h; 3 Bth J 4,148 50 '! ' 4,613.7a " 30tll 5,000.00 545 O40 1,130 MIS ,695 1,970 .35 1,50a ,7S5 3.005 3i5o 3.481 3,7" 3,945 4.65 4,38o 4,590 4,800 5,000 The second and subseiiept premiums are likely to bereduce'd by instating annual iliitiiiiithu: of X3T Applications can be had of j and full Information will be given by the Agents, 336-367 CASTLE & COOKE, PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER C. EREll'ER cV Co.'. Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands, 310-361 FIRE INSURANCE TRANS-ATLANTIC Company of Hamburg'. If, HACKFELD & Co., Agtnls. Capitaland Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000. ' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000 Total , Reichsmark 107,650,000 The Agents of the nboi e Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss or damage by lire, on the most favorablo tcims. Insurance otkes. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND THE Globe Insurance Company. BISHOP & Co., AGENTS. ESTAB1SHED 1836, Unlimited Liability to Stockholders, Assets ... , ,,..,. .$31, 136,100, Reserve , 6,730,090 INCOME fOR 1879: Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance. . 1 $ 5, 381,195 Losses promptly adjurted and paid here. 313-364 .T,TNIONMARINEJNStmAICtt COMPANY. ' 01 aan r rancisco. - - CASTLE COOKE, AGE.VTS. Incorporated 187s. 310-361 (General tibcrtiscmcnts. N. F. BUEGESS, GAltVENTEll AXI BUJLDlilt, Respectfully announces to the public ill he has purchased the OS AGGAGEiEXPKESS Dusiness recently conducted by Mr. G. M. Late, at " No. 84 King street,vhich will be under the manage, mentor his son D. F. DURGESS. 1 he Express will attend the arrival ot every steamer and promptly deliver FREIGHT, TACKAGES & 11AGGALE In Honolulu and vicinity. FTjuisriTTjuB ss Moved with care. HE, ALSO, HAS PURCHASED THE Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water, Iluslness heretofore l.ept by Mr. J. W. Hingley, No. 84 Kin street, which will be conducted by his son, O, W. BURGESS, and where everything in the line of SMOKERS' ARTICLES can be found, ol the best quality. Thanking the public for past favors and guaranteeing to promptly execute all orders in either line of business, at reasonable charges would respectfully solicit n share of public patronage. OIco Tclc2hone No. SOS. Ilcsldenco Xctcphone No. IBS No, 8-1 liliia Street, Honolulu. 343-204 CITY SHOEING SHOP; JTOTtT STREET, (OPPOSITE DODD'S STABLES. Horse Shoeing in all its Branches Done In the most workmanlike manner. Racing & Trotting Shoos a specialty, Our Rates will be reasonable. The undersigned, having bought out the interest 01 Mr. James Dodd In the above shop, solicits a continu ancn of the liberal patronage bestowed on the late firm Mr. J. W McDonald received the highest Award and Diploma, for his Hand-made Shoes at tho Hawaiian Exhibition for the year 1834. JT5T Horses taken to the shop and returned at short notice when desired. J. W, McDONALD. 350-363 HONOLULU CARRIAGE FACTORY, ami 130 FortlStreet. (orrostTB l'Sdd's stadles.) W. H. PAGE. Propriotor Z2T Carriages of all descriptions ma.de to order oil most fax prable terms. The closest attention given to repairs of all kinds. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. 356-367 BEAVER SALOON H.J. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR, Beg to announce to his friends and the. public in Kn era) that tho above Saloon provides Rofrosliraonts ' From 3 A. si., till 10 r, ti. The finest Cigarettes Tobaccos, Clears 1' and , Smokers Sundries CONSTANTLY ON HAND. One of Brunswick ft Balke'n celebrated ' Billiard Tivblos Is connected with the establishment, where lovers of 1110 cue can participate, GEO. M. RAUPP, Removed to Fort Stroot. Oiijiosito Dotld's Stalilos. Beef, Veal, Mutton Lamb and Pork, Germau and Pork Sausages, Fish, Poultry and Veirotnbles" Orders will receive prompt attention Shipping sup. " plied with dispatch. Telephone No. 104", ' ' ' -364 sliippiitQ. fiinvriTEr).) New Route to the Volcano! Via Keaulioii. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE THE KINA U Kinu , Commander Leaves at 4 o'clock p. M. ! Touching at Lnhalna, Maalaea, Makena, Mahukona, Kawaihae, Lauru. hoelioc, Hiloand KeauhoU. Commencing on Monday, October 13, and thence on the first Monday following the arrival of the Alameda and Mariposa, due here on the Sth and 33nd of each month. The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Tourists two days nnd two nights at the Volcano House. When the eighth and emdbfthe month fall on Monday, the KINAU will leave that day. Tickets for all charges. The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday morn logs on Volcano Trips, pn Hilo Trips, will leave Honolulu oi Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning. LIKELIKE. L0RBN.aiN COMMAMDBK Leaves Mondays at 5 P. si. for 'Kaunakak'al, Huelo, liana and Klpahulu ; and for Kcanae, and Nuu every other week. Returning will stop at the above potts, arriving back Saturday mornings. "For mails and passengers onlv. THE KIT. A UEA HOU. Wbisoarth Commander Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele, Ookala, Kukalau, Honohlna, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau nnd THE LVHUA, Davies Commander Will leave regularly for same ports as the' Kilauea Hou. THEMOKOLII. McGregor (Jomsiander ' Leaves each Monday at 5 P. SI. for Kaunakakal, Pukoo, Laliaina, Moanui, Halawa, Wailau, Pele ,unu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday Paaubor Honolulu, arriving Saturday morning. S. G. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Scc'y. sjitf Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED). Stmv. IF. G. Hall (Jtfalulani) Bates , .., Commander Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maui, and Kona and Kau, Hawaii. , Steamer Planter, (Llllnoe) Cameron Commander Leaies every Tuesday at 5 P. M. for Nawiliwill, Koloi, Eleele and Walmea. Returning, will leave Nawillwili every Saturday at 4 P. St., arriving at every Sunday at 5 A. M. Steamer Iwalant, Freeman ...Comnwnder Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maul, and Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii, Steamer C J?. Bishop, Macaulbv Commander Leaves every Saturday at 8 . . M. for Waianae, Oahu. and Hanalei nnd Kilauea. Kauai. Returning, caves Hanalei every Tuesday at 4 P. St., and touching' at Wnjjlua and Waianae Wednesdays, and arriving at llnnousiu same day at 4 p. M. Steamer (Tames Makce, Wkir , Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai, New Itoute to the Volcano, Through Tickets to the Volcano anu return, can now be had at tho office of the Steam Navigation Co. Tourists and others leasing Honolulu per Steamer "W. G. Hall" will he landed at Punaluu, where a first-class Hotel Is now opened fur the accommodation of travelers; thence by Railroad to Pahala, thence by Stage Ccuch to Half-way House, where Horses and Guides will be in attendance (o come uicm iu ine volcano. By this route, the round trip can be made in 7 days, sing 1 dav and 3 nluhts at the Volcano. Tickets for the round trip, includes Conveyances, Guides, Board and Lodging, $60.00. For further particulars inquire at (he office of Infer. isiaiiu icaiu iavii;uiioii uu., iiuiiuium J. ENA, T. R, FOSTER, Secretory. President. NAVIGATION CO. PACIFIC (limited) Coasting and Commission Agents. Comet. QUEEN & NUUANU Strlttt, Honolulu Regular vessels for the ports ol Mahko on Maul Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and Illlo on Hawaii; Koloa, Hanapepe and Walinea on Kauai, and Waialua on Oahu, - And any other ports when Inducements ofTer, Persons having freight for any part of the islands to be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en. quire first of the Pacific Navigation Co., before making final arrangements. Goods Intended for shipment by any of our vessels received nnd stored free, of charge ii our fire-proof building at any time. Apply to the captains on board, or to A. F." COOKE. sntf Manager Pacific Navigation Co. CHARLES BREWER & Co. 37 Kiliiy Street, Boston, AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN VAOKETS. General Commission Agents. Special attention given to the purchasing of goods for the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates, PLANTERS' LiNfc TOR SAN FRANCISCO, C HUKWElt .t COMVANT, Agents, Merchandise received Storage Fiee, and liberal cash advances made on shipments by this line. 310-361 "t -4 H',i f I -S J- S't ;i u 'HI i ..V. nlljjJM iil . .- -v ."A.