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A a -s "VTTATTjT'Bb Hafff "ajBtPBBBBBBHfcgtz:T?itMBl. Daily JL KE8S VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1883. no; 72 THE ONE IN THE WORLD IJeforo Will oh tho Metropolis Horn Down nnit Mnkos Absoluto Olielsnnoo. t"Botay B." in San Francisco Argonaut. Stylo Is'tbo ortromo of modornness, and wo tilt llko modernnes) In men and womon quite as tnuoh antiquity in furniture, and Thoatro managor report that nothing In tholr work Is t,o disheartening at a lonrch for a good leading man. And yot all that is required of a good leading man In thaio ualoyoti days of thoioclaty drama Is gool stylo. It was thorns socrdt ot" Montague's popularity In New York. Ha had llttlo roal claim to being a handftomo man, and had no strength or virility as an actor, but was Immonsoly correct, as tho Fronch say, in his stylo. And tho one thing in tho world boforo which Now York bows down and makos absolute obolsanco is good stylo. It ranks tnonoy, for millions am common thoro, and bartb, for tho multttudo is overriding tho Knickerbockers, and boauty, for beauty may bo vulgar. It was stylo, alone which audlenoos recognized in Langtry and mado her popular. As overy oyo makes its own beauty, thero wore squabblos infinite ovor bow, and thoy scoffed and joerod at bor acting as at tho i) ioodio worK oc an amateur, uut tuoy aaorod It her style. Ai good stylo Is simply a good genoral Itnowlodgo ot tho Qtnon of things, it argues a certain amount of intelligence and refinement. Qonlusos raroly have It, bocauso gonlus Is only an Inflammation of certain Bpots of tho intolllgenoo, which soots abnormally at theexponso of tho mass, and anything abnormal Is not good stylo. Dross is only a detail ot good stylo, but It will be obsorrod In tho department of gonlus tbat womon who paint raroly dress well. Wbllo thoy may bo porfoctly correct by all tho complimentary laws ot color, thoy are gonorally loud and utterly rovorsod in that subdued 'to eleganoo which Is the qulntojsonco ot good stylo. . Thoro is nover any ot that pretty mystery In their oqulpmont, which makos one wondor why a simple thing Is so in otToct Tho term "stylish" is so carelesly applied that peoplo do not stop to realize that good style is a - combination of carrlago, drops' and address. When the beautiful Eugonlo coasod to be ompress of the French, sho laid down with bor imperial crown bor scopter as quoen of fashion. Slio had carried It with tho lavish splendor ot one not born in tho purple, who takes to luxury with all tho florconoss ot a cultivated appetite for all natural appetites aro simple and furbelows, fribbles, and frivolity, both in dre& and address, rolgned with her. Since tho fall of tho second omplra thoro bos been a radical chango in tbo world ot women. Thoy aro in way mora natural, mora rational, mdro sensible, mora E simple, and thoro is moro good Btylooxtant Wli Uian evor boiora. inn, bocuuso tue worm Kl of women has unconsciously imitated Alex- uuuru, nuuusu buutuuui iwu atjriu Much of this has naturally drifted Into tho theatre. Beauty will always assort itself, by dlvlnu right, and a woman llko Lillian Russell or Sadlo Martinot will have at least an opbomeral reign, but nothing wears like good stylo. It is ondloss in Its ovolutlons and infinite in IU satisfaction. Incident In a Cincinnati Enquirer.. "Doctor, does it not sicken tho students, or do they not loso all feeling and all for tho doadt" "Some may slckon for awhllo, but they gradually grow accu9tomod to It, and thon they glvo It as llttlo thought as you In your dally avocation. I havo soon things in a that havo mado mo tromblo as IJam lnmyeocondyoar of student life. One o'voning wo woro all In tho waiting for tho demonstrator to call our numbers and apportion us in squads of flvo around tho room. Thoro were some twenty 1 1 bodies laying on tho tablo, bqbio woro covorod and othors not; there woro white and black, raalo and fomalo, old and young. Wo woro assigned to ono ot the 'covered tables, and drew lots for cbolco of position. I cho3o tho head, and thon wo uncovered the body; it was that of a girl not moro than 17, and sho could not havo boon dead more than a wook. Her long blondo hair was clean and in two braids, tlod with light blue ribbon. Sho must havo boon bandied vory gently, for the ghouls' hooks had left no marks on her fair white skin,, and the ribbons In her hair were another proof of that. "The boys all paused. I saw a silk band on her neck, and on touching it found a locket which I opouod. In It was an old lady's sweet fnco, which soomod to chide mo with her kindly oyo. On tho othor side was tho inscription: '"May God so deal with thorn as they doal with you, my child. Mothkk.' "Well, wo did not dissect that night Nor was that body dlseootod in our college. " Whut Can He Done on a llioyolo. IHartford Times. lAttar the races tho champion came on V'lne traok, radiant in a maroon velvet r jaoket and lavondor tights. Ho Bhowed some wonderful things that may bo dono with a bloycle. Before he got through with bis exhibition, no one would have boon sur- prlsod had be thrown aside tho wheal and ridden around on the air whoro It had been. His best feats weret Hiding with small wheel off ground. Backing with small wheel off ground. Swinging In small circle on tho big wheel only. Facing up backward and riding forward. Standing on saddlo. Sitting on euddle, the machlno bolng still, and balanced. Maohlno up3ldo down, fhouut the big wheel, turn tho small one over fnto place, and start off. Homovlng the small whoel, ride the large wheel backward or forward. Lay handle bar on the ground, mount tho big wheel, reach ovor and get tho bar, and start off. Ho succeeded on tho third trial and was cheered. Then be removed the handle bar, leaving only the big wheel which he rodo. Next be romoved the treadle from tho big whoel, and, mounting, propelled it with bis hands. Next ho stood upright, hands In air, and rodo tho whoeL Then ho brought out a common wagon wbeol, placed his feet on the hub on olthetsldo aud propolled It with his hands. Ho closed by laying tho wheel flat on the ground, suddonly pulling It upright, tprlnslng on and riding away, This was loudly applauded. A l'lomoul In Uuiulot. A Brooklyn you g man Is quite "gono" on ' "Hamlet." Reading It to tho girl of his heart latt wook, ho camo to the passage) "Or It thou wilt needs marry, marry a fool," "Is that u proposal, doarl'' sho asked. "Ytn, darling," he replied. And (hey settled it thero and then. JJnjfMfstomtl' Gratis. CLARENIK WILDER I VOLNEY VAILLANCOURT ASIIrOKI). 4 I ASHFUKU. A SHF6RD &.ASHPORD, Attorney, Counellors, Solicitor, Advocate, Proctors, Conveyancers, 'Ftc. Opnce "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office. A. McWAYNB, fuysician Attn sujigkon. Office and Resiurnce 34 Atakea street. OrFicifHoURS 9 lo n a.m.; 6108 r. M. , 339-384. rao. L. BADCOCK, t Teacher of the Piano-forte, Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Foxt St. Honolulu. Residence No. 13 Emma street. 337-338 M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dental Itooins on Fori Street, Honolulu .. 1 1, I, Office In Ilrewer'i Ulock, corner Hotel and Fort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 910-361 JONATHAN 4.USTIN, J Attorney and Counsellor at Law, A till Aieut to take Acknowledgements, No. 14 Kaaiiuianu Street. ,,.( Honolulu NO. A. HASSINGER, J Agent to take Acknowledgment to Von tracts for Labor. Interior Office... ...HoNnLUi.it JOHN H. PATY, notary Public nnit Commltn of need, For the States of California and New York. Offico at the Hank or lllshop Kc Co. Honolulu, Oaiiu, II. I. a 10-361 fULES TAVERNIEK, ' .ItrJ. Studio; Koom 6, SpreckeliJBIock Fort Street. Honolulu. Hours: 3to;r.ti, 6-31 T A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith & Thurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu 356-107 O P. GRAY..M. D., VlIk'StOIAX AND SV1WK0S, Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. 9 to 10 a. i. -Omen Hours: a to ir, M. 7 to Br. m. ' Sundays, 9 to 1 1 A. M. KESIDENCE.cor. Klnau and I'enucOla Sts. a, dole; Counellor at Law and Notary 1'ithtlc, orrn.B, No, i Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu 356-307 JJ R. CASTLE Attorney at T.aw and Notary I'libllc. No. 19, Merchant Street Honolulu Attends all-the Courts of the Kingdom. business OTnt'uo. S. CLEGHORN & Co. A Importer and Venter In Oeneral Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. A W. PE1RCE & Co. Sltl) Chandler and Commhtlon Merchant. No. 35 Queen St., , ....Honolulu. Agents lor Uraud's Guns and llonib Lances and Per ry Davis' Pain Killer. 110-261 ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealer In Lumber and all kind of Material, Valuta, Oil, Xall; etc., No. 44 Qbeen Street '.. Honolulu, H. I. agents of schooneps Hateakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen, UUatna, Pauahi and Leant. At Uohinion's Wlurf. L, Sr.Mi A Importer and Dealer In Olamnare, , Merlden Ware, Jtravket, Vae, No.'Sj Fort Stkret...., Honolulu King's Combination Spoctades and Eyeglasses, Lustra! Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, l), I. Chase's Island views, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions. Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine. OISHOP & 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 S SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO., OF SYDNEY, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL I1ANKIN0 CO.. OF SYDNr.Y, SYDNEY. The BANKS OF NI?W ZEALAND I AUCKLAND, CinUSTCHURCH, AND WELLINGTON THE UANKS OF I1KIVISII COLUMBIA, VICTORIA, ll.C, ANP PORTLAND, OR. NP 'Transatl a Central Hanking Business, CBRBWBR & COMPANY, General Mercantile and Commlttlan Agents Queen Street, Honolulu. Officers V, C, Jones, Jr,, president and inanagerj Joseph i), tarter, treasurer ami secretary, Directors) lions. Charles K, Bishop and H. A. V. Carter i W. F, Allen auditor. ' 3)1-334 Dusmtjsa GTitrujs. CE WILLIAMS, Importer And Dealer IN Furniture of Every Description. Also Upholsterer and Manufacturer, I Furniture Wnrerooms No. tit Fort Street. Workshop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. HUSTACB, (rORMBRLYWITII D0LLK3 It CO.) ll'ltoletale and llelall Grocer, hi, Kino Street,.. .,..., Under Haksionv Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short notice. New Roods by every steamer. Orders from the other Island faithfully executed. Telephone No. no. -ASTLE & COOKB, Shipping and Oommllon Merchant, No. So Kino Street Honoi.uli - AND DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents for The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. It. HaUtead, or Walalua Plantation. A. II. Smith St Company, Koloa, Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, faul. 'I he Haiku Sugar Company. '1 he Kohala Company, Hnmakua PIantationi The Union Insurance Company ol ban I'raniisco, The New Knirland Life Insurance Company of lloMoi. The lllake Manufacturing Company of IloMon , D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machine. The New York and Honolulu Pocket Line, 'the Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco Dr. Jaynes & Son Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox ft Cibb't Sii.L'tr Manufacturing Company. Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines. 7 P, ADAMS & CO., ' ulucttoncer and Co)nmlton Merchant. No, 4$ Queen Street,.. Honolulu pD. HOPFSCHLABGBR & Co. Importer and Commllon Merchant. No. 48 Queen Street .Honolulu Oaiiu, II I C. ROWh. E? limine and Sign 1'atnter, Paper Hancek, eta, No. 107 Kino Street Honhliiiii TJ O. HALL & SON , (.Limited) importer and healers in Hardware and (leneral Merchandise, Corner or Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu oriCKRs: , . William W. Hall President and Manager L. C Abies t Secretary and Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor Directors Thon.a May. K. O. White is&-307 C A. SCHABPBR 14 (,0. Importer and Commllon Merchant, No. so Merchant Street, Honoiuiu PRANK GERTZ J Hoot and Shoemaker,-Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Port Strrkt. Honolulu P H. OBDING, Djeprrt 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 parts nf Honolulu and vicinity, Careful tentton paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 66. House Telephone. No. qo. 339-390 a. w. macparlanb, 11. r. macparlane. Q w. macfArluhe & co. Importers, Commission Merchants uiiil Sttgur Factors. Fire-proof Building. , Queen street, I lonulnlu. agents tor Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J, Fowler ti Co's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwa) Works, Leeds. Mirrlcss, Watson Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line or Packets, London and Honolulu Line of Steamers, Sun Fire Office of London 343-394 HACKFELD & Lo. H General Commllon Agents, Cor. Fort and Queen Strertr Honoiulu TT E. MclNTYRE & BROTHER, Grocery and l'eed Store, Cok. Kino anu Fort Sts ...Honolulu TTOLLISTER & Co, Wholesale and Jtelall Druggist and No. 59, Nuuanu Stlebt ....... ..Honolulu H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., Steam Knylnes, Hollers, Sugar Mills, Cooler, Iron, lira and Lead Catlings, Honolulu,, ,,,.. ,,..,,., If. I Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng, Job work executed on the shortest notice, 310-361 TUSTACE & ROBERTSON Draymen, All orders for cartage promptly attended lo Parti. rular attention paid to the S Torino and SillPPlNOof goodsMu ttanslt to the other Islands. Also, Black Sand anu White Sanh In quantities to suit at lowest price.. ,u Oppicb Corner Kaaiiumanu and Queen street) Hawaiian Bell Telephone No, 33. Mutual Telephone No. 19 OHN T. WATBRHOUSE, J ruijiorf'' (i tirl Dealer In General Met vhandlte. No. 31-31 Quebn Street .Honolulu 4 gucincoc (EnruB. T M, OAT, JR., fie COi Stationer and yew Itcatcr. lied ttubherjfilamp Agency Gazette Hlock., No. 93 Merchant Strict 355-306 Honolulu, H.'i1? ' TOHN NOTT, Tin, Copper and Sheet' Iron Wotner, Store and llange. of all kinds, Plumbers' stock and mttaU, bouse furnish ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc No. 8 Kaaiiumanu' Street.. .Iti,,... Honolulu T E. WISEMAN, Ileal Ktale llrnlier aud Employment Jlarcau. Rents Rooms', Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases Heal Estate In alt parts of the Kldgdom.' Employment found for those seeking work in all the arious branches of business connected with these Islands. tW N. II. Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected, DooVs and Accounts kepi, and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions moderate. Honolulu, if I. T AINE & Co., ' Commtlnn Merchant, tmporlcrs'and dealers In Hay, Grain and General rrouuee. Honolulu .1'. I T EWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Lrwrri &. Diikson,) Importer and Dealer In'I.nmtier and all kind of ltulldlng Material. No. 83 Fort Strret Honolui ti 310-361 T AHLO. Denier In Dry-Good, Jllce, Tea, Silk and J'aney Good, Hat, Hoot .and Shoe, Jlrau, I'eed and Flour, Cigar and Tobacco. Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Hecla. Cor. Nuiianu and Chaplain. Sts Honolulu T YONS & COHEN, Auctioneer and Conunllon Merchant, Corner Fort and Quern Streets, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and Gcnenl Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for American and European merchandise, f J. Lyons, 333-383 (L.I.. Coiicn TWI- PHILLIPS & Co. Importer and Wholeale Dealer in Clothing, Hoot, Shoe! Hat, Men' Good, Fancy Good, F.tc. No. 10 Kaaiiumanu Street THonolulu 310-361 M S. GR1NBAUM ; & CO., r Impolicy of General Merchandhc nnil r Commtton Merchant, Queen S treet , m.IIonoi ulu. II. I No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cal. l. A. GONSALYES. E. HUTCHINSON, MA GONSALVES & CO., Wholesale Grocer and Wine Merchant, Beaver Block, Queen Street. Honolui u Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63. W. McCHESNEY & SON M - Dealers in Leather, Hide, Tallow Jtnd Commllon Merchants. Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 43 Queen Street.... .Honoiuiu PACIFIC HARDWARECO. Importer and Dealer, In Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 anu 76, Fort Street, Honolui u WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN THE vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or short periods on approved security. Apply to W. I.. liKLliM, Office Beaver Block, Fort St, Manager "(4-31)5 THEO. H. DAVIES,& Co. (Late Tanion, Green & Co.) Importer and Commission Merchant: No. 4 Kaaiiumant St Honolulu AOBNTS KOK Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters. British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and Northern Assurance Company, rpHOS. G, THRUM, IMIORTINO ANU MANUrACTURINO - Stationer, Hook- liter, , Fruiter, Hook-binder, etc., And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual Dealer in Fine Stationer)', Hooks, Music, Toys and Fancy Goods. Fiikt Strhut. Near Hotel, .,.,,.. Honoiuiu 3)1-3$! F. ALLEN. w Has an office with Messrs. Bishop & Co., corner of Merchant and Kaahuinanu streets, and he will be pleased to attend to any biulncvi entrusted to him, T '" CLAUS SPRKCKBLS. I WM, C IRWIN. W1 G. IRWIN & CO,, Sugar Factors and Commission Agents, Honolulu .',',,'". II. I ILLIAM McCANDLBSS w Dealer In Choicest lloef, Veal, Mutton, F.tc. No. 6 Quuln Street, Kisii Market. Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished lo Vessels at short notice, Vegetables of nil klnilt supplied to order, TEiEritoNR , No 13. n wusi, 11, m, now, C. W, MACPARIANE W1 EST, DOW & CO., Impotlers and Deal'rs In all kind 0 .iiimr raney ana i,,,iutaen iiooas, Turulture of all kinds, Sewing Machines; Mirrors. Paintings, Chroiuus and Toys, Picture Frames aiuj Cornices to order, Moving and repairing Furniture, ' a speciality, No. '10 j Foot Street ..,. .Honolulu 340-391 BtrntTitncc tflottccc. TDOSTON DOARD OP UNDERWRITERS. C, BRKH'JiK & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. pRBMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCllAKFKR cV Co., Artntt. Also agents for the Dresden Hoard of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 310-361 BRITISH. FOREIGN MARINE Company. (Limited) JIIEO. il. DAVIES, AGENT, The' above agent has received Instructions lo re. dUCe the tnteS Of lnllninr titu.n f f,n;.ti.l. ami .Ports In the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll j..M Ui ,iic ,uwc raici, wan n special reuuction on ueiglit per steamers. 310-361 FORTUNA GBNBRAL INSURANCE of Berlin. F. A. SCITAEFEK & 6V., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company, lias established a General Agency here, and the undersigned, General Agents, aiu authorued to take risks against the dangers bf the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the piost favorable terms. (- ERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE VJi comuanv or Uerlln" F. A. SCUAEFe'k & Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance liafttnlil!alif,lfi f?n. eral Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents, are authorued to take Risks against the dangers of the oca m ine most reasonauie lairs, anu on the most favorable terms. fire Company of Hamburg, A.JAEGEK, AGENT. Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms. HAMBURG-BREMEN Company. FIRE INSURANCE F. A. SCfAEFEE cV Co., AGENTS. The above firm having been appointed agents of this company are prepared to irture risks against fire on Stone and Brick buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms, tor particulars apply at their office. sic a6t NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. ' INCORPORATED l8jj. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company In the United States. l'oltele Iutd on themoit Facorable Term DaldLthtouih.Ho""1!11" 310-361 NORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg;, . UACKFELD & Co., AGENTS. Capitaland Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00 " their Re-Insurance Companies, " 35,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared lo insure Buildings, Furniture Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Stigu. and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss or damage by fue, on the most favorable terms. ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. , ' iNionroRATr.il 1835. Aet January lt,,11Hl, nearly $17,- Oti u,000 Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely Non-Forfeitable after Two Payments, EXAMPLE OK PLAN i Insured age 35 years 30 years Endowment Plan for $3,000 Annual Fremtum $'J4'J.80 . Vl'e. Pd-up Inf. At the end of the id Vear. $ 189.85 $ $45 Sth ' 831.85 i,4t5 6th 1,019 00 1,695 ZX7 7 ' .ojo 8lLl . ".3S I 9th - t.076.05 1,500 loth " 1,911,65 a,755 nth " it57 90 3,005 ntll " 1,415-45 3,150 13th " 1,685.00 3,48s; Mth " 3.7o 5h 3,945 ' "ll1 4,"6i il 39031s 4,38o o h J' 4,348 so 4,59a 19th ' 4,800 aotlii" 5,000.00 5,000 The Second and subseqeut premiums are likely to be reduced by increasing annual distriiutions of liir. lus. 13T Applications can be had of ; and full Information will be given by the Agents, 356-367 CASTLE c COOKE. PHILAD3LPHIA BOARD OF UNDER C, OXEirER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg;. . UACKFELD & Co., Afents. Capitaland Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000. ' their Re-Insurance Companies " tot, 650,01x1 Total ...,..,.,.,..,,. Reichsmark 107,(50,000 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture? Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sucir and Rice rsll, and vessels in the harbor against loss or damage by fire, nn the mot favorable teims. 310-161 MIB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND' Globe Insurance Company. MSIOP & Co., AGENTS, ESTAIilSIIKtl 183, Unlimited Liability to Stockholder. Assets., $37,010,913 Reserve. 7,500,000 INCOME POX 1884! Premiums received after deduction of re insurance,,..).,...' $ 6,401,111 losses promptly adjurted and paid here, 313-364 UNJ0NMAR1NB1NSURANQBC0MPANY " CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS, , ,ncorporated ,!?5- 3.i96 1 Idpping. STEM! Mil CO. (Limited,) THE BEST ROUT.B. To the (Volcano of Kilauea, ZVia Punaluu, Hawaii. THE NEW AXD STAUNCH Stmr, ir. G. Hall (Malulani.) Bates... . , . . . 1 , . Commander Will leave HONOLULU, HAWAII (slopping Alonlaea. Maui. Kailun. Kona and Kuu. Hawaii), on the Monday's following the arrlvnl of the stramers Mariposa and Alameda from San Francisco, due here the 8th and aand of each month. When these (late occur on Monday, the W, G. Hall will leave the same Xlay, 'llie steamer nasses nlomr the entire coast of the leeward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists n panorama of rliarming Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua Bay 'where sufficient time Is allowed to visit the monument ,'of CAPTAIN COOK. Tourists by this route reach Punaluu at 5 o'clock P.M., Tuesday ikoutt atttad of any other line ej tteamert, being only one night on the and making the entire passage in smooth water. At Punaluu there Isthe finest Hotel on Hawaii, and from here Tourists will be conveyed by Railroad to 10 inence iiv stage coach to tiail.wnv liouke where Horses and Guides will lie in attendance to con vey them to the Volcano. By this route the. entire (rip is made in fit e and a half days, allowing 'tourists two nights and orte whole day at the Volcano House and arriving at Honolulu early Sunday morning. THIS IS Till! OXLYOAUHIAOKIIOVTR Tickets for the round trip $.10, which pa) s all expenses. t2T Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE, Aoent (or the 1. I. S. N. Co.'s "New Route to the Volcano," at I. J. Williams, Photographer, No. 10a Fort street, Honolulur Or at Office nf the I. I. S. N. Co., on the Esplanade. , Steam Navigation Comp'y, ' '(LIMITED). rits ('.vr;.,,.4.j) Bates , Commamlei Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maul, ami Koni and Kan,-Hawaii. Steamer VUmtev (Lillimv) Cameron ,. Commander Iaes every Tucstlay at 5 r. M. for Nawilluili. Koloa. F.lcele and Waiincx. Kclnininv', will Irate Nawillwlli eery Sauirdjynt 4 r, n.,nrrmnB ai II,, no- ulu, ever' Sunday at 5 A. M. Steamer Itcalaiii. Freeman , , Commander Will run .regularly lo Ifainoa, Maui, and Honokaa and 1'a.iuhau, Hawaii. Steamer O. It. lilshnp, Macaulrv... Commander Leaves every Saturday nt 8 a. M. for Waliuae Oabu, and Hanalei and KILiuen, Kauai. ReturnlnJ eaves Itanaleleiery Tjesday at 4 p, M nnd touching at, Walalua and Walauae Wednesdays, and arriving at Honolulu same day at 4 r, u. Steamer James Mahee, Weir , , Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa,' Kauai. For further particulars Inyuire at the office of Inter' island Steam Navication Co., Honolulu. J. T.NA, T. R. FOSTER, 343-304 Secretary. President. PACIFIC NAVIGATION (limited) CO. Counting and Commission Agents, Cornet QUEENS NUUANU Streets, Honolulu Regular vessels for the ports ol Maliko on Maui Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukan nnd Hllo on Hawaii; Koloa Hanapepe and Waimea on Kauai, and Walalua on Oahu, And any other ports when inducements ufler, Persons having freight for any part of the M.uut be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well in enquire first tf the Pacific Navigation Co., bfc "making final arrangements. Goods Intended for shipment by any of our vessel received and stored freo of charge 11 our fire-proof bnilding at nny time. Apply tn the captains on boardj A. F, COOKE. 3illf Manager Pacific Navigation Co, SOIIOONKR DOMITII.A. Master. Maine, Kaneohe, lleela, Kahnluu, Walkane,and other I'ort on the Count of Koolau, Oahu, , 3.6" BREWER & Lo 37'KiLBy Street, IIostdn, JGKNTS OF HAWAIIAN l'ACKKTS, General Cammtsston Agents, Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANC1SC0. O, aitaWKll .C COMPANY Agent Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal tasli advancss made on shipments by this line, hipping. fs (X,ITyrixa33D.) WsHdBRCSBHBsBh New Route to the Volcano Via Keauhou. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE THlt KINA V """' ' ..:.. ..CouMAHnrR Uaves at 4 o'clock p. u. Touching at Laliaina, Maalaear Makena, Mahukonn, Kawalhae,, Hiloand Keauh'ou. Commencing on Monday, October 11, nnd ihence on the first Monday following the arrival of the Alameda nncl Mariposa, due here on the 8th'and aand of each month. The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Tourists two da) s nnd iwo nights lit the Volcano House. When the eighth ntid,"l.f U -.,.1, AJl.. on oday,he KINAUttill Itavethat day. Tickets for the round trip 50.00, wliMi pajs all all charges. Tim KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On Ililo Trips, -will leave Honolulu onTuesdajs, and return Saturday morning. I.IKKI.IKK. LORBNIEN rrCoMHAMUER Leaves MondaJat 3 i-. m for 'Kaunalntal. Ki.l,. lut, Huelo, liana and Klpaliulu ; and for Kennac, and Null every other week. Returning will slop at the alwve pons, nrriving back Saturday mornings. For malls and onlv. Tilt! KILA VISA lit) It. WeISBARTII..'. ,; COMMANI.ER Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalcle, Ookaia, Kukaiau, Honoliina; UupMiochoe, HnUlauand . - rim i.imvA. DVJIM - COMHANDEH Will leave regularly for same wusas the Kilauea 1 1 011. THKMOKOr.il, McGregor Coumam.kr, Leaves each Monday at 5 p,"m. for Kauiiakakai, Pukoo, Lahalna, llalaa. Walk,,., ivl.. , unu and Kalaiipapa. Uelurning leaves Puloo Frldav P.a.lhnr trn..At..l.. ..,.,, '.-.. . - ,,f ,,,,,,. MIUr,Iay morning. 5v .Wiy) JsR, I'rev - S. II JIOSK. SU.- - 341 If OCEAJVIC STJEAMSHIP CO. THE NEW AND KIEOSNT STEAMSHIPS Mariposa. & Alaiheda. Will leae Honolulu and San Fiandsco on the FIRST AND FIETEENTH OF EAOlf MONTH, Faenger may hate their names booked in by appljlng nt the Office of the Agents. FaM.uger by this notified that Ihey will be allowed 35opoui,dsof baggtge Free by theOieriand Railway when trailing Hast. 1 l!xcurlon Ticket 'or round trip, flSS Good to return liy any of the Company' Steamers within ninety days. ' Merchandise Intended for shipment by this line wjll be lecelved free of charge, in the Company's New Warehouse.and receipts issued for same. Insurance on merchandise in warehouse will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM fl. 'IB Win i t'O. 38 if New York & Honolulu Packet Line tt filltSSRS. f. H. CIlOSSMAX i DUO. Will dispatch about December 1, 1685, a First-Class Vessel from AY It' York tot this Poll direct, Merchants nnd Others Wishing, to Ship by (his Favorite Line will please for-ward their Orders as early as possible. Very .Truly, Etc., CASTLE & COOKE. 3-"1' Honolulu Agent. T (ficncrnl bbcrtiscincnts. FNTERPRISr L l'MNING MILL L Alnlcoa. near Quooit St. C, J Hardle, Contractor and llullder, Is Proprietor Mouldings and Finish nlwajs on hand, Ihe mil keeps for sale hard and soft tne woiJ;ul and sph't Telophone No. 55 ajvtSS 1 f , HEALD'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 84 Poat St. 8, y Send for Circular. 'Die Tuit lllhlNESs Couhsb includes Single 011J poubleKnuy Hook-keeping; n applied to alidepan merits of business; Commercial Authmetlc; Mercantile Ijw; Iluslness Lectures on Iluslness Forms, and Ihe Scienco of Accounts: Actual Iluslnei Practice in Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Commission, lobbing, Impoiting, Railroading, Lxprcss Ilutinni, llrokerage, and llankiug; l.mtlisli Hranclies, Including Reading, Spelling, (Srammar, etc; Drawing; and Modern languages, consisting of practical Instruction in French, (let man, and Spanish, ' Sieciai Uranciifi arc: Ornamental Penman Higher Mathematics, Sirve)ing, Navigation, Asnlng, Type Writing, grapbv, etc For fu formation address if. I', HKAI.DACO, San Fiiancisco.Cai, 'fi m sol "4 .! o ";!