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Press. - i -" Wft .H Jl jfllH ikK VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1885. NO. 39 REDIVIVQS. Holcn T. Clark In Frank Leslie's. Tho furnishing of n back In a third-rate city nro not ftpoclnlly ndnptcd to raUtng low Rpirlts, particularly whon ono's wot skirts will cling around ono's ankles, and thoro Is a loak In ono's ovorshoo. Mies Ilayburn oponod tho door of 7," In Mrs. King's elmbby tool llghtod ono dim, dUcouraglng gas-Jet, and, with a woary sigh, romovod her wotf garmonti. Sho had soon a ghost, and tho woird Impression had not yot worn olt. In the glaro of Caroy & Arnnbauld's groat dry goodi storo It had stood faoo to faco with bar, as sho doftly spread out shining silks for n to chooso from, and mochanloally named tho prices. For only an Instant tho oyos of tho speotor had met hor own with a glanco of surprlsod half -recognition, thon it bad passod on and out Miss Ilayburn sat down In her little cano rocking chair, and warmod hor chlllod hands at the small stovo which she had pro-Tailed on Mrs. King to lot hor havo Instoad of a register. Mrs. King, for "a consideration," had consontod; and oven now tho stop of tho "slavoy" was hoard on tho stairs, and a scrawny, unkompt girl of 16 entered with a buckot of coal Miss Ray burn spoko kindly to hor. Thoro was a droary pity In hor soul just then for all womankind. "Somo day sho will soo a ghost, tool Iloavon help hor!" thought Miss Ilayburn. Whon tho supper boll rang, sho said, to herself: "I can not go down to-night I thought I was hungry nn hour ago, but now "" Sho shlverod, and drow a llttlo shawl around hor; thon, with dull, hopoloss oyos, gazod Into tho coals. "Isabol Rayburu In a Newport cottago, and Isabel Ilayburn oarnlng bor own living, nro two vastly dllloront Doings," Bho murmured, with a curlod lip. Was It only six months slnco sho had visited Mrs. Rold in hor charming cottago) Only six months slnco sho had Bald a laughing toLoonard Whltuoy, Mrs. Ilold'n cousin? "Wo shall moot In tho city, of courso," ho had said, smilingly, lifting his bat from his broad forohead, with its crown of curling chestnut hair glinting In tho Soptombor sunlight "Well," thought Miss Rayburn with an ironical smllo, "wo havo mot in tho city, It 6ooms." Perhaps hor irony was mlsplacod. sho was unjust In thinking that Whltnoy Bbould havo rocognlzod hor in suoh an unlikely spot as tho roar of Caroy & Arnabauld's counter. Perhaps ho did not know that bor fathor bad dlod and left her penniless, and that in less than two months from tho day tho gay party broke up at Mr.'. Rold's cottago, tho gayest monitor of It was Installed as a "ealoslady," and droppod btttor tears on tho rich fabrics which It was hor provlnco to handle. "Pshawl What oarthly difference doos It makot I am out of that world forever. I am a broad-winner. If 'Labor Riots' should toko placo In New York, I might ovon ono of a mob." Sho turned up tho gas, and, drawing her under It, road tho dally paper, and tried to Intorost horsolf In politics until drowttlnoss ovorcamo hor. Noxt day, when Isabel wont out for hor lunch, sho saw tho ghost again. It stood on tho pavemont, in front of Caroy & as if waiting for somo one; walked directly up to hor, and spoko, not In sopulchral tonos, but with a docldod voico and mannor. "Miss Rayburn Isabol. Isuroly am not mistaken!" Tho hat was llftod from tho broad at the same anglo as of yore, tho chostnut curls glinted In tho sun, tho band was hold out oxpoctautly. Miss Rayburn'd prosonce of mlud did not forsako her. "You nro not mlstakon, Mr. Whltnoy, but things are dllloront with me, now," sho said, touching tho klddod flngoru with ber cheap gloves. "So I see," answorod Mr. Whitney, and with a qulot porslatonco movod along bosldo her. "I thought I rocognlzed you yostorduy, but foarod to embarrass you by conversation then. I beg you to lot mo join you in lunch, as I surmise that U what you are going for. Suroly you will not refuso and old friend tho privilege," and a look camo into his brow oyos. Miss Rayburn smiled, in splto of horsolf. "Are you such a vory old friend? I am undor tho Impression that I only mot you last summer." A wistful oxpresslon came Into her faco momentarily, but sho continued: "You aro vory kind, Mr. Whltnoy, more kind than I can say; but, undor tho stancos, I cannot poutbly accopt your Invitation." "Under tho circumstances)" ho repeated, lowly. "I do not qulto undorstaud. Why should you bo to" "Simply for this reason, Mr. Whltnoy, intorruptod his companion. "I am un orphan, without a penny oxcopt what I oarn. For several months I havo boon out of tho gay world out of oxlstimce, socially speaking. I must fight my own battles, win my own way, in a troadmlll occupation, and neither oxpoct nor accept clvllltlos Hum tho peoplo with whom I mingled six months ago." It tho girl had known it, sho was Infinitely moro attractlvu to Loonnrd Whitney at that moment, in hor proud yot mournful lndopondouce, than at any tlmo during tho previous summor; yet ho folt that hor mood must bo rospoctod. Ho bowod gravoly. "At least you will glvo mo your address, and allow mo to call Thoro Is no roasoii why you should object, unless my prosonoo would bo distasteful to your por so." Isabel thought of lira, King's parlor, with its slippery sofa, hideous flowers undor a glass Its tawdry curtains, Its piano, from which all harmony had boon successfully ravished by relays of young women boarders, nnd laughed Inwardly at tho thought of tho elegant Leonard Whltnoy thoroin. "If you will Insist on It but, oh, dearl you will find it so utterly different from othor places whoro you calll" "I shall manago to survivo tho surroundings. The pormlsslon is all I want" It Is noodloss to say that ho obtained it "Will bo como)" thought Isabol Rayburn, skoptlcally, "If I could spare 10 couts I might buy a email bunch of duUlos at tho HorUt's and question tho potals, llko Faust's Qrotchon. Ho will forget In twenty-four hours th it he met mo." Whetbor Mr. Whltnoy fulflllod this prediction, tho roador may judge. When Miss Rayburn oponod bor door that night, an breath of bo)lqtropo and, roses greeted her, nnd .ol on tho littlo'plno tnblo, with Its cotton cover, stood two dainty pots of blooming flower, and near thorn a card bearing thoso words: "Romombor tho otymology of tho smallor flowor, nnd imllato Its spirit Behind tbo clouds Is tho sun still shining. L. W." Miss Ilnybum's woary oyos filled with tears at this gracof ul retnombranco. "Ho will come," sho said softly. "A common man would havo sent baskots, which would havo withered In two days. Ho know that I would tend those plants, and that they would bo como llko living frlonds to mo." Sho did not shrink from going down to ton that night A kind net had transformed hor unrrow world, and her ploasuro was radiated on hor follow-boarders; on tlrod, melancholy Mrs. King; on tho thin, grimy "slavoy" whom Miss Rayburn always compared mentally to Dick Swivollor's Mnrchlouos), though bor real namo was Mary Mahala Hlgglns. A fow ovonlngs Inter, Isabol, drossod in a bluo flaunol wrappor, with bor heavy hair unbound nnd rctlng In a not, snt hor plno tablo, ongagod In tho prosato task of making out a laundry list As the glancod at hor fragrant little treasures, sho cnroisod tholr dainty loavos, nnd spoko loving words as If thoy wore tontlent creatures and who can prove that thoy woro not) In tho sclonco of to-day wo learn that thoro is no truo dividing lino between bloom and breath, "My pots I Ho was so good to sond you to mo. Ho will suroly como and soon, I hopo, so I may thank him." Even as sbo spoko, tho grimy fingors of Mary Mahala wero tapping at hor door. "A goutloman to soo you in tho parlor, mum. Here's his tlckot" Isabol took tho "ticket," nnd scarcely neodod to glanco at It to know whoso namo it boro. What othor friend had sho) "You nro a good girl, Mahala. Thank you. Toll tho gontloman I will bo down soon." Tho child still lingered, wistfully gazing at tho flowors. Brief glaucos at tho brightness that camo Into othor people's Uvos woro all that foil to hor sbaro. Somo such Idea ctrugglod mistily through hor girlish brain, and a tear stolo down hor sooty chook. Isabol who was making swift changos In hor toilot, saw tho toar and divlnod its cause. Suddenly breaking off a and n cluster of boltotropo, with a bright, sympathotlo look, she gavo them ungrudgingly into tho hands of tho llttlo drudgo. "Oh, you nro so good I" murmured tho child, breathlessly, and spod away, as if hor weary, coarsely-shod foot had not boon ncblug all day. "Sho's a bornod lady. That's what sho Is," said Mahala; and In the seclusion of hor chilly nttlo room sho put tho flowers in wator in an empty can, nnd knolt boforo thorn llko a dovotoo at a sbrlno. "I dassent stay long, or they'll bo for mo to como fin ish tbo dlshos but sho's made mo as happy as n angol. Mobby tho po'try vorses will como again With this startling rofloctlon, Mahala hastened down-stairs, and resumed hor scouring of tin pans. Loonnrd Whltnoy survived tho shock of tho slippery sofa, tho worsted flowers and tho spludlo logged piano. Ho survived it so woll that ho mado n second call In loss than a wook, and provallod on Isabol to go to tho thoatrc. His craftlnoss was Machavollian. Ho confronted hor with tho Invitation and tho tickots simultaneously, and what young woman could refuse) Sho flow to her room to get ready, and hor pulse boat fnst with ploasure. "1 am a silly creature to b so glad; but I havo had no outing for so many months. It's a comfort to think that It is my duty to go, since ho has bought tbo tickots." Isnbol's wardrobe was not yet in tho depleted state usually nssoci ated with orphanhood. Had it boon so, sho would havo found moro difficulty in retaining hor position at Caroy & Arnabauld's. You may want bread, ohl impocunlous young woman I You may1 bo so faint from hunger that you must hold on by the iron railings of lino bull lings, as you pass along tho street; but, whatovor your privations, your griefs, your agonlo), venture not in shnbby garments to apply for a "placo I" If you cannot dross woll, ovon on "nothing a year," you havo no buslnosi to bo nllvo. Isabol was temporarily happy as sho stood boforo tho glass adjusting hor hut on bor crown of dark braid. Her blue-gray oyes, dark lasbos, and chooks mado an picture of glrlho id girlhood that has a right to bo happy, as flowers havo a right to tho sunllifjit and tho dow. Sbo faitened a cluster of rosobuds at the nock of hor volvet jacket, Bbook out the drnplngs of hor skirts, and gathering up her gloves, mado a mocking courtesy to tho imago in tbo glass, and ran lightly down the stairs. Mary Mahala In her chilly attlo, with a smoky lamp on the washstaud, and a shoot of foolscap pnpor nnd a stumpy pencil In her bands, was wrestling with a succession of brthographioal puzzles. Sho was mailing a copy of tho "po'try vorsos" that had como to hor tho night Miss Rayburn gavo hor tbo flowers. "I fool as It I was In hoavon when thorn thoro vorfosoomostoroo,." haul Mary Mahala. Tho flowers had withered, but tholr remains wero still cherished in tho baking- powdor can, and Mary Mahala cast grateful glancos at thorn, as she trlod to blto away the thickening wood from tho load of tho stumpy ponclL Late in tho night hor tail: was completed, and, with a blissfully throbbing heart, sho stolo down tho Btntrs and slipped tho paper undor tho door of a certain room. "Sbo'll And 'o:n In tho mornln', I wondor It sbo'll bo s'prlsod)" Three hours of glorious light and music, and HjIvIiiII Isabel felt the old Intoxication with tho refined pleasures of life stealing ovor hor sonsos. Sho forgot that sho must stand behind Carey & Arnabauld's dross goods counter to-morrow; forgot Mrs. King's tawdry parlor, and hor own rnonuly appointed room; forgot tho lusxorablo osls of toll aud woarlnoss that would confront hor in tho morning, When tho curtain foil tho dream was over, and, with a sigh, sho turnod to her companion and said: "I havo eujoyod it moro than I oau tell you, but It would not do for mo to como too often." As if ho read her thoughts, ho gave her a slow, sympathotlo smile, and answorod: "Nomosls may rolont somo day If you moot hor half way." Sho glanced up quickly at his pocullar em phasis, and tho moaning of tho look ho bont upon hor brought a deepor red to hor cbeok than tho oxciteinent ot tho ovoning had callod forth. That night, when sho lit tho gas, and Dlckod.jip.tUo papor tiat hail ruitlodjinder bor foot uS tho'door, tears of gonulno fooling camo Into her oyos as sho deciphered tbo tribute: "0 lady faro, yuro hart Is kind, For to glvo mo flours so swoot, Thoy choor mo won I wnko at morn, Thoy cawso my hart to boot "If ovor yu nro In trubblo or enro, My praros shal rlso for yu. My pen is poor, my Ink is pall, But ob, my hart Is tru. "M. M. n." Isabel foldod the grimy sheet as rovorontly as It It had boon tho sign-manual of a king, aud laid It away with a tender smllo on hor lips, and a thrill at hor boart different from nny that tho magto of tbo drama had produced. The bolt that falls out of a cloar sky scorns much moro traglo than ono for which clouds and muttering thundor havo prepared us. Ono lovoly morning in April Isabel, with a spoctally light heart, wont to hor post Loonnrd Whltnoy had callod tho night boforo, and had brought bor a gift a book ot bravo and noblo words for tollers, Bomo sontenco of which woro still ringing In hor oars, as sho openod tho door at Carey & Arnnbauld's. It no longer soomod a prison to hor. It meant bread and ludopondenco, and tho grand chance to help turn tho myriad whoels ot tho world's activities. She would bo faithful aud patient, and ero long somo better opportunity would proont Itself sho would step into somo highor nlcho for which hor oducatlon and social training had fitted hor. On her entrance sho was mot by a summons to tho private oflleo of tho Arm. Thoy woro pollto. recrotful. docldod and solicit ous, in breath. Would it bo convenient for Miss Rayburn to And nnothor situation without dolay? Thoy could furnish hor oxcelleut testimonials, but tho businoss had so affected tholr interests that they would bo obligod to disponso with all their omployes snvo tho most cnpablo and of tho longost standing. In tbo meantlmo, anything thoy could do for Miss Ilayburn would bo most cheerfully With a mute gosturo sho stoppod thorn. Her heart was too full for spooch, and, bowing, sho withdrew, aud wont to tho desk for hor salary. Sho doterminod not to go back to Mrs. King's Immo Jlatoly. Sho must think it all ovor, and dovlso somo othor mode of living. Sho might biro an attlo room, and do ber own cooking whon thoro was anything to cook working at whatever turnod up; sowing, copying, onvolopo directing anything. But Leonard Wbitner should not And her In that attic-room. Just as bis friendship was becoming so ploasant to bar, sbo sternly rosolvod to relinquish it. Ho should not lower himself further by bis championship ot horl All this was vory high-flown and heroic, ot courso. No account was to bo takon ot Mr. Whitney's feelings in tho matter, it Boomed. "lama failure I A mlsorablo, pltlablo, detostablo failure 1" sho sobbed. Thoro, In thooarly morning, in tho corner of a little square whoro tho now grass was springing, sho loaned her head on tho top ot tho iron Bout and lifted up hor voico und wept Aud thoro, In tho oarly morning, somebody, hurrying across that llttlo square to tnko tho ol. vatod railway, saw, rocognlzed, stopped. Ho sat bosldo her on the iron bench, he quosttonod, ho advised, ho consoled. So much so, that in half an hour Bho had drlod bor tears, and was strolling along with him in tho balmy spring morning to look nt a house which ho thought of purchasing, and bis baste to catch tho "olovated" soomod to bo among tho things that woro. They entered a familiar neighborhood tho houses lookod at her with their friondly, remembering oyos surely, it could not it was it was hor old homo boforo which thoy stopped. Sho had not bad the courage to go near it slnco hor father's death, and now a great wave of tender momorles welled up her heart, and tho tears flowod anow. Hor companion took ber bands In his, very gently, vory tondorly. "I havo already bought it, Isabel. It U waiting for its mistress. Will sho como!" "Mahala," said Miss Rayburn, somo hours later, as tho girl stared in astonishment at bar wonderful eyes, her flaming cheeks, bor tremulous white fingers unsteadily loosening bor wrap; "Mabalul Don't tell Mrs. King-just yot, I moan but I I am going to bo marrlod, and you aro going to live with me, and go to school. And It will bo soon, Mahala. In just ono month." Tho child dropped tho polishing rag with whloh sbo had been operating on Miss Ray-burn's stovo, claspod hor thin, blackonod fingors, and lookod up appoalingly. "Oh, It hain't no droam, Is it) Did you really say it) Is it to bo truol" "Yos, yes. It's going to bo truo. It's to bo true," repeated Miss Rayburn, as It it woro tbo soft refrain ot a song; and tho child, after a smllo that transfigured hor old-young features, aud an ocstatio sigh, took up her stove-rag nnd wont vigorously to work again. "I'll work jest as faithful, though till tho tlmo comos. You'vo ulwus boon llko a angol to mo, mum, and it I didn't do fair by Mis' King, I might not do fair by you, an' you'd bo Borry you bofrlonded mo." Jllch IMoli In America. Loudon Land Agents' Rocord.J An American visitor to one ot our stately homos can not but bs charmed with what greots his oyes tho spacious mansion, tho amnio park, tho sbrubborlos nnd gardens, all in oxquislto array. "Wo havo nothing to compare with this," says ho, with a sigh. Vory truo; but thoro Is another sldo, and a (.orlous one, to this charming picture. All thoso glorlos, togothor with tho inovltablo establishment which goes with thorn, aro constantly tolling most of tholr owners; "If you havo all this, you can not havo that," Tho well-to-do Amorlcan has no parks and ploasuro grounds costing thousands a yoar to keep up, but thon ho Is apt to havo ready money galore. Ho goes to Fenton's In Lou. don, or tho Bristol In Paris, has just what ho fools Incllnod to have, does not stint his wlto nnd daughters, and, in fact, oxporlencos a porfoct oftso in regard to expenditure suah as, I foar, throe parts in four of tboso who havo ton raou in tho garden and fivo in tho stables rarely oxporlonco with us. Cuuislit 1) Tholr Cues. Exchange.) A favorite modo of gottlng Chinamen safely to station houses in San Franclico is for tho ofiloors to take boll ot tholr cuos, and it is getting to be n common thing for apprehended honthons to quietly part with thoso appendagos, leaving thorn In the bands while thoy make good their IJi'ofcsmomtl GThI'ub. CLARENCE WILDER I volnev vaillancourt ASIlrORD. asiipord. A SHFORD & ASHFORD, Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, Advocates, I'roctors, Conveyancer, Kte. Offick "Honolulu Hale," adjoining PosLoffice. T-R. A. McWAYNE, 1'ItrsiOIAX AND SUMMON. Office and Residence 34 Atakec ttrect. Office Hours 9 to t: a. m.; 6 1 8 r. M. - ' ' '59-84- - HO. L. DABCOCK, Teacher of tho Address, care Messrs. West, Daw & Co., No. 103 Tort St '.. ..Honolulu, Residence N'o. n Emma street. I 337-185 M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. DJ S. J Dental Jlovmi on fori Street, Honolulu.... 1 - H. I, Office In Drawer's Block, comei Hotel and Kort streets, entrance on Hotel street. ' 310-301 JONATHAN AUSTIN, 1 Attorney anil CounuUor at Law, Anil Agent to take Afkixbulctlgcmcnta, No. 14 Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu 331-273 1 TNO. A. HASSINGER, Ayent to talte Aelinoieleitymenls to Contracts for tabor. I Interior Office (..Honolulu 311.363 OHN H. PATY, J Xotary 1'uhllc anil Commission of Denis, Tor the States of California and New York. Office at the Dank of Dishop & Co. IIONOtULU. OAIIU. H. I.I 310-3(1 JULES TAVERNIER, Artist. Studio : Room 6, Spreckeli Block. Fokt Street. Honolulu. Hours: 3 to 5 r. m. 6-31 J A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith & thurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu 356-107 M THOMPSON. Attorney at Law anil Solicitor in Chancery. Office Campbell's Block, Second Story, Rooms 8 and 9. Entrance on Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. T3 P. GRAY, M D.. PHYSICIAN AND SUltGVON, Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. 9 to 10 A. M. Office Hours: a to 4 r. 11, 7 to 8 r. m. Sundays, 9 to 11 A. M. RESIDENCE, cor. Kinau and Pensacola Sts. 334-385 O B. DOLE, Counsellor at Law and Notary l'ubltc, OFFICE, No. is, Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu 356-307 VTtr R. CASTLE Attorney at Law and Notary l'ttblte. No. 19, Merchant Street Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361 JJucinc&s '(JIiu'iJB. A L. SMITH, Importer and Dealer In Glassware, jiertaen 11 are, Draekets, Vases, No, 83 Fort Street Honolulu King's Combination Spectacles aud Eyeglasses, Lustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, H, I. Chase's Island views, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine 'Oil, all kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions. bole agent 01 tne universally ncxnowieugeu uignt Running Domestic Sewing Machine. 310-361 S. CLEGHORN fit Co. A Importers and Dealers In Goneral Merchandise. Corner Queen and Kaaiiumanu Streets, Honolulu. 310-261 A W. PEIRCE fit Co. A7ifj Chandlers and Commission Mer- chants, Nn. 35 Queen St Honolulu. Agents (or Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Per. ry Davis' Pain Killer. 210-361 A LLEN fit ROBINSON, Dealer In Lumber and all kinds of Iny Materials, l'nlnti, Oils, Nulls, etc., No. 44 Qhlen Strret ..Honolulu, II. I. AGENTS OF bCUOONKl'S Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluolii, Mary Ellen, Ullatna, Pauahl and Leahl. At Robimon's Wharf, 310-361 TDISHOP fit CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchange on THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO, And their agents In NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD k SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO,, OF SYDNEY, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO.. OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY. The BANKS OF NEW ZEALAND; AUCKLAND, CHRISTCHURCH, AND WELLINGTON THE BANKS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, VICTORIA, B.Ci AND PORTLAND, OR, AND Traitsatt a Central Banking Business. 335-286 DufihtcsG dtatba. C BREWER & (.LimiM.) COMPANY, (lateral Mercantile ami Commtttlon Aycnts Queen Strbet, Honolulu. Officers P. C. Jones, Jr., president and manager; Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors i lions. Charles R. lilshopand H. A. P. Carter; W. T. Allen auditor. 311-294 - B. WILLIAMS, Importer and Dealer in JFurnttitre of livery Description. Also Upholsterer anil Manufacturer. Furniture Warerooms No. : Fort Street. Workshop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. 353-103 c. HUSTACE, (FORMERLY WITH BOLLES & CO.) Wholesale and lletalt Grocer, tn, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, nnd Ship stores supplied at short notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from the other Island faithfully executed. Telephone No. no. 337-378 at G. "ASTLE & COOKE, Shipping ami Commission Merchants, No. 80 Kino Street Hoholuli importers and dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. R. Halstead, or Watalua Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa. Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maul. The Haiku Sugar Company. The Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation, The Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsco, The New England Life Insurance Company of Dostoi, The Blake Manufacturing Company of Boston D, M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Prcket Line, 'the Merchant's Line, Honolulu and(San Francisco Dr. Jaynes it Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox & Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. ' 310-361 E P, ADAMS.& CO., Auctioneers ami Commission Merchants. No, 46 Queen Street Honolulu 310-361 TD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. Importers and Commission Merchants. No. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oahu, 1! I C. R0WE ED House and Slyn I'alnter, Paper Hanger, etc, No. 107 Kino Street. .Honolulu 311-363 TT O. HALL fit SON (Limited) IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware and General Merchandise, Corner or Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu officers: William W. Hall President and Manager L. C. Abies Secretary and Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor Directors Thomas May, E. O. White 16-307 SCHABFBR & Co. pA. Importers and Commission Merchants, No. 30 Merchant Street Honolulu 310-361 pH OEDING, Express and Drayman. 'Office. No, 81 King- Street. Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from all parts of Honolulu and vicinity. Careful attention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 86. House Telephone. No. qo. 339-390 TRANK GERTZ Hoot and Shoemaker, Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Fort Street.. , Honolulu 310-361 C, W. MACFARLANE, II. R. MACFARLANE. Q. W. MACFARLANE fit CO. Importers, Commission Morolinnts nnd Sugar Factors. Fire-proof Building 'Queen street, Honolulu. AGENTS FOR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J. Fowler & Co's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwa) Works, Leeds, Mtrrless, Watson s. 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, 343-394 JT HACKFELD fit Lo. General Commission Agents, Cor. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu 310-361 TTUSTACE fit ROBERTSON 7Jrii!men. All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Parti cular attention paid to the Storing and SmpriNnof goods In ttahsit to the other Islands. Also, Black Sand and White Sanii In quantitieslo suit at lowest prices. Office Corner Kaaiiumanu and Queen streets. Hawaiian Bell Telephone No, 33, 19-1 j r Mutual Telephone No. 19 TTOPP fit CO., No 74, Ki no Street , Honolulu Upholsterers, Drapers and Dealers in all kinds of Furntturo Tettphone No. 143. 333-279 TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., Steam Ungtnes, Dotlcrs, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Iron, Units and Lead Castings, Honolulu,,, ,... H. I Machinery of every description made to order, Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmilhing. Job work uscuttd an the shortest miles. jJushtCBB (!tnri)0. OLLISTHR & Co. 0 H Wholesale unit Jletall Druggists ami To- bacsonlsts. No. 59, Nuuanu Stiert ..Honolulu 310-361 E. McINTYRE fit BROTHER, H a Grocery anil recti Store. Cor. King and FortSts Honolulu JNO. O. FOWLER fit Co., .LEEDS, ENGLAND, Aro prepared to furnish l'lans and Estimates for Steel PORTADLE TRAMWAVS, With or without Cars and Locomotives, Specially ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS." Permanent Railways and Locomotives and cars, Trac tion Engines and Road Locomotives, Steam Ploughing and Cultivating Machinery, Portable Engines for all purposes, Winding Engines for inclines. Catalogues with Illustrations, Models and Photographs of the above Plants and Machinery may be seen the offices of the undersigned. W. L. GREEN and W. MACFARLANE & CO., Agents for (no. O. Fowler & Co 313-364 OHN T. WATERHOUSE, J Importer and Dealer in General Mer- chaudtse. No. 33-31 Queen Street ...Honolulu J M. OAT, JR., & CO. Stationers and Fetes Dealers. lied llubber Stamp Agency Gazette Block No. 93 M erciiant Street 353-306 Honolulu. II. I. JOHN NOTT, Tin, Cojiper ami Sheet Iron WorUer, Stoves and llanyes. of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, house fumlsh Ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu J AINB fie Co., CoiiimlIon Merchants, Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General Produce. Honolulu !' I. J EWERS fit COOKE, (Successors to Lbwers & Dickson,) Importers ami Dealers In Lumber and all kinds of llulldtng Materials. No. 83 Fort Street Honolulu 310-361 J AHLO. Dealer In Dry-Goods, lllee, Tea, Silks and June uooils, mils, jioots ana Shoes, iiran, eea ana l'tour, Clyars and Tobacco. Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Heeia. Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts....... Honolulu 300-200 J YONS fit COHEN, Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for American and European merchandise. ( J. Lyons, 333-283 t L. I- Cohen PHILLIPS fit Co. M Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Cloth- If, M.UUIS, aiivro, 1. 1.1a, mavi. a J ill nlshlng Goods, Fancy Goods, lite. No. Street Honolulu TWr W, McCHESNEY fit SON Dealers in Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission Merchants. Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 42 Queen Street Honolulu 317-368. M S. GR1NBAUM & CO., Importers of General Merchandise im Commission Merchants, Queen Street Honolulu. II. It No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cal. GONSALVBS. E. HUTCHINSON. M A. GONSALVES fit CO, Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants, Beaver Block, Queen Street Honolulu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importers ami Dealers tn Hardware, Cut lery, roots, Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honolulu 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 344-393 H. DAVIES fit Co. (Late Janion, Green & Co.) Importers and Commission Merchants. No. 4 Kaahuhant St Honolulu agents iok Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and Foieign Marine Insuiance Company, and Northern Assurance Company, 110-361 'T'HOS. G. THRUM, Imfoktinq and Manufacturing Stationer, Hook-seller, 1'rtnter, Hook-binder, etc., And nublisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. Dealer in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and rancy liooas. Fort Street. Near Hotel,,, Honolulu 241-361 VTTILLIAM McCANDLESS Dealer In Choicest lleef, Veal, Mutton, l!tc, No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market. Tamlly and Shtpplng orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice. Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. Telephone, , , , , . No 13 F, ALLEN, w Has an office with Messrs." Bishop & Co., corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will tbe pleased to attsnd to any business entrusted to him. $)u0fncf0 QTiirbjcr. WEST, II, M. DOW, C. W. MACFARLANE DOW & CO., Importers ami Dealers In all kinds 0 Music, Fancy and .Jnnaneso Goods. Furniture of all kinds, Sewing Machines, Mirrors, Paintings, Chromos and Toys, Picture Frames and Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture speciality, No. 103 Fort Street Honolulu 340-30 1 insurance Notices. OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. B C. BRKIV&K & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. R1TISH FOREIGN MARINE BF ance Company. (Limited) THEO. It. DAVIES, AGENT. The above agent has received Instructions to reduce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports In the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-361 TJREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AfttiH. Also aecnts for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 310-361 FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin. F. A, SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company, has established a General Agency here, and the undersigned, General Agents, arti authorized to take risks against the dangers of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the most favorable terms. 310-361 LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE GERMAN Company of Berlin F. A. SCUAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company has established a Gen. eral Agency here, and theabovesigned, General Agents, are authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the Seas at the most reasonable lates, and on the most favorable terms. 310-361 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 & 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. 310-361 ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. incorporated 1835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. Policies Issued on thetnost Favorable Terms Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000 310-361 ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE N Company of Hamburg. . HACKFELD c Co., AGENTS. Capital and Reserve Ucichsmark 6,830,00 " their Ht-Insurance Companies, " 35,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Iluildings, FurnUureu Merchandise ana Produce, Machinery, etc. also Suc&i and Hice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss or damage by Inc. on the most favorable terms, a 10-261 EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE N' Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. incorporated 1815. Assets January 1st., 1S84, nearly $17,- 000,000. Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely after Two Payments. EXAMPLE OF NON-FORFEITURE FLAN I Insured age 33 ears 20 years Endowment Plan for $5,000. luiiimf IVcinfiim $!43.B0. We. Pd-up Int. At the end of the ad Vear. $ 389.85 3d " 461.70 4th " 643.S Sth " 83I.85 6th " 1,01900 7th ' ! Mf2'7S u " 9th 1,676.05 loth " 1,911.65 nth " '15790 sath " ',4iS.4S 13th " a,68sco 4tji " '.067,70 xsth " 3,163.91 "th " 7th ! 3 933 15 xBth 4,45o 9t 1 ' soth. 5,000.00 MS 840 1,130 MiS .95 1.970 .35 ,500 ,75S J.ooj 3, 'So 3.48 3.7' 3.945 4,S 4,38o 4,590 4,8oo S.ooo The second and subseqent premiums aro likely to be reduced by incriatinc annual distributions of surplus. XQT Applications can be had of j and full Information will be given by the Agents, 356-367 CASTLE COOKE. BOARD OF UNDER PHILADELPHIA C. BREWER A Co., A (rents for the Hawaiian 310-361 FIRE INSURANCE TRANSATLANTIC Hamburg. It, HACKFELD & Co., Agtnts. Capita! and Reserve Relchsmark 6,000,00a ' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000 Total , . , Rcichsmaik 107,650,000 The Agents of the above Compauyt for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., alu Sugar nud Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss or damage by fire, nn the most favorable teims. 310-261 LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND THE Globe Insurance Company, BISHOP cV Co., AGENTS. ESTABISHED 1836. Unlimited Liability to Stockholders. Assets ...,,.. $31,136, 100 Reserve. , . . 6,750,090 income for 1879; Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance 1 ,,,...,..$ 5,381,193 Losses promptly adjucted and paid here. 313-364 MARINEINSURANCE COMPANY UNION of San Francisco, CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. Incorporated 187', 310-3(1 CARDS, BUSINESS CARDS' VISITING MLNU CARDS, can be had to order at the PRESS PUBLISHING CO S OFFICE.