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!& Daily Press. VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1885. NO. 83 WHISTLING GIRLS. QTitrbs. UiiDtnccc QTntujcf. 3u6UtD50 (Urtrbfi. BiBurnitcc oticcc. ffltipping. flipping. VASSAR COLLEGE 8TUDENTS WHO PRACTICE IN CONCERT. What it rrofcsaor of Anntotuy lint to Sny Tho' Propor Method of lnc tlie Vibrations Whistling Out of Tunc Now York Letter. "Tbo lrot whistler I know," Raid a doctor, "aro young ladles. It is llko tbo warbling of a mocking bird. They can wblsilo much lilgbor notes than a man, and In a very clear and tone. I ltnow a young lady who whistles and accompanies horsolt on a guitar. Tbo oiTeot is really vory protty, and lior frlonds often bog bor to favor them with an air. I met lior down at Nantucket last summoT, and It 'was bor habit to stt on tho beach In the evening and whlstlo plalntlvo nogro melodies. When wo went out sailing sho was vory wolcome for tho same reason. I think sho whlstlod bor way Into tho affections of n vory doslrabla young man, and I bear they are ongagod." WHISTLING CONCERTS. A Now York girl was qulto Indignant whou asked why girls couldn't whistle. "Can't whistle," sho said. "Why, they can whlstlel All the girls I know whlstlo. Up at yassar wo had whistling concerts. Wo used to practlco at night In tbo dormitories when the monitor, was gono and tho lights wore out, and if you weren't very sleopy it was fun' to Ho In bod and hoar ten girls whistling 'In the Gloaming' alt togothsr. Wo bad one girl who could whlstlo through bor linger like a boy, but tbon sbo was a rogular tomboy. Sho could run, pluy ball, climb trots, and bor hot tor than any other girl In tho college. Thers was another girl who oould only whlstlo by drawing In her broatb, but that was bettor than not whistling at till." A professor of anatomy said: "The mouth has mora muscles than any othor portion of tho body tbo number varies from nlnotoon to twenty-one. Tho chief muscle Is the oblcularls oris or sphincter musclo. The muscle Is in two parts, tho up-nor extending from tho noso to tho mouth. TI16 two parts aro Intor woven at tho corners of tho mouth so that they act as ono musclo, Thotr minor clrcuinforonoo circumscribes tho opening of tho mouth. This musclo by modifying the state of the expired air pro duces In It vibrations of a peculiar charac tor, and this is whistling. the proper method. "In whistling the lips are pursed up so that only a small aperture remains. The air Is driven from the luncs Into the mouth. whero It distends tho Buccinator muscles of tho checks, and those muscles contracting aid In forcing out tho air through tho lips. Tho tonguo compres.os the volumo of air in tho mouth, and so adds to the sharpness of tbo whlstlo. The bonodt of the tonguo Is readily seen whou an attempt is made to whistle sharply with an indrawn broath. Women bavo the same muscles of tho mouth as mon, and aro generally as well able to use them. Thoro Is no reason at all why should not whistle. "Some try to whlstlo by blowing throujh thoir pouting lips, but that Is not tho idea at all. Tho mucous mombrrofcof tho lips must bo drawn tonso, so that Tt will vibrate by tho current of air passing over It. These vibrations are communicated to tho air column, and bonco tho tone, varying with tho tension of tho lips and air. It la on tho same prluolplo that tbo vocal cords work. Tbo lips adjust thomselves voluntarily according to the musical ear of tho wbistlor, as it is imposslblo for him to distinguish tho different positions of the lips in sounding tho various lone. People with no oar for muilo will iuvarlably very much out of tune, while people with a cultivated ear will whistle vory finely. As women aro, as a rule, mora musical than mon, tboy can whistle bo t tor whon they set about it. Howovor, it Is greatly a matter of practice." Courtesy lu BIoxloo. Oor. Boston Herald. One trait of tho Moxican charaotor deserving of all pralso is the national lovo for children. Moxico U the children's paradlso. Children aro loved and potted in publio to an oxtont that makes an Amoiican, used to tho stolid ways of his own country pooplrf, upon bis eyes iu astonishment and pleasure. There is no affectation in the matter. A little child Is the pot of tbo people. A baby is ovory one's admiration, and bore you may sea fathers out walking with their children for the pleasure of tho children's company. In shops and all place where people meet children aro potted, and a baby In a shop Is seized and carossofl by an army of mule admirers. Tho courtosy of tho young lads is another foaturo to be noted. A group of lads from 7 to 13 will moot, und oach boy will decorously lift his bat and salutations of oxtromo courtesy will be exebancod, and tbon comos the boyish chattor, the fun and tho laughtor tho same as anywhere JJoys hero treat tbolr oldors with respect. An old mun or woman Is not tho butt of tho youth of Mexico; rather for the old peoplo Is reserved tbo shadiest seat under the trees in the parks and the be it seats in tho family fain. A Moxlcuu girl pr boy on entering n room walks arnund among tho company, shaking bands with all, and on leaving tbo room doos the same. Urbanity is taught In tbo publio schools as arltbmotio is at home, Thoro is no brusquerlo in this population) no oua is jostled on the street; tho best seat In tho is promptly glvon up to tho ladles, who nover fall gracefully to acknowledge the favor. I have never seen a Mexican gontleman fall to give bis seat to a woman, whether she was richly or poorly dressed, and this Is invariably done with courtosy. The Morphine IIn1.lt Increasing. Exchange,! Dr, John B. Bond, of Little Rock, tuysi "Morphine sulphate is usod to an alurmlng extent throughout tho Mississippi valley, None but tho druggists have any proper onncentlon of tho extent of Its use. In faot, some drugglits are not fully Informed on the subjeot, for tho morphine -eater will often make tho rounds of the available drug sloros in order to oonceal, as far as procurable, tho quantity ud. Pew persons, other thnu tbo wide-awake and. expert enced druggist, will bu able to value at their real worth tho ox usei, the shams and the romances of tho Yellow gentian, a valuable uiedlolunl herb for asthma wheu mnokoil, has been discovered near I'rescott, A. T., in large quantities. CLARENCE WlLUIIR VOtNEV VAILLANCOlRT ASIIKOHI). ASIirORD. a shpord ft.A,HBonn. A " Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, Advo cates, I'roctors, Conveyancers, JEtc. OrrilE "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Post-office. D R. A. McWAYNH, piixsiaiAs a Nil a una Hon. Omen ANti KksiIibnce 34 Alakea street. Orpicii Hours 0 lo it a. m.; 6 to 8 r. t, - , 959984. " HO. L. BABCOCK, Teacher of the Piano-forte, Address cute Mesin. West, Dow It Co., No. ioj Fort St., Honolulu. Residence No. i- Emma street. 937-988 M. WHITNEY, M. D..D. D. S. J Dental llooms on Port Street. Honolulu , H. I. Office In Urewer'i Ulock, comer Hotel nnd Fort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. . 910-961 JONATHAN AUSTIN, J Attorney and Counsellor at Law, And Agent to take Acknowledgements, No. 14 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu 991-979 TNO. A. HASS1NCER, Agent to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor. Interior OrriCB 1...., Honolulu 911969 OHN H. PATY, J Notary Publle and Commission of needs, For the States of California nd New York. Office at the Hank of llishop & Co. HoNQtULU. Oaiiu, If. I. 110-981 ULBS TAVERNIEK, J Artist. Studio : Room 6, SpreckelsBlock, Fort Street. Honolulu. Hours: 3 to sr.n. . T A. THURSTON. (Successor to smith & thurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu D P. GRAY, M. D PUYSIOIAN AND SUllGBON, Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. 9 to 10 A. M. Orrics Hours: 9 to 4 r. it. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m. RESIDENCE, cor. KInau and Pentacola 5t7 934.985 O U. DOLE, Counsellor at' Law and Notary Public, or r ice, No. 15 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu 956-307 VXT R. CASTLE Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 19, Merchant Strket Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 110-961 Uusincos (Btovbs. A S. CLEGHORN & Co. imitorters and Dealers in General Merchandise, Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. 910-961 ' A W. PEIRCE & Co. ilhlp Chandlers and Commission Merchants. No. 45 Qukkn St Honolulu. Ac,Vs.','ir,Ill21.1.11' Gani allJ I,omh Lancet and Fer. ry l)av' Pain Killer. 910-961 ALLEN & ROBINSON, Dealers In Lumber and all kinds of ing Materials, l'alnts, oils, Nails, etc., No. 44 Qkeun Street Honolulu, H. I, aoknts or schooners Halcakala, Kulamanu, Kekauhtohl, Mary Ellen, u nama, and Lealii. At Roblnion's Wharf, 110-161 A L. SIVM.H Importer and Dealer in Glassware, Mcrlden Stiver-Plated Ware, llrackcts, Vases. Vo, 8j Foki Sikkkt Honolulu .Incs Combination Spectacles and Eyeglasses, ... Lustra Wire Ware, Fancy Picture , , , -F "'-"-J Soaps, .41., MIC .JNIIIC., Wostrnhohns Pocket Cutlerv. II. I. Chase's Island iii' V. . , Pal Cotton, Machine -Oil. all .urn. ui .uaciuiie mecues, "Uomeitlc 1'aper Fashions, bole agent of the universally acknowledged Light Running Domestic Sewing Machine. DISHOP St. CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchange on THE HANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO. AwM' " NF.WYOJtK. BOSTON, PARIS. AND Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD it SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N, S. W, The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA. The BANK OF NEW ZEALAND! AUCKLAND, And its branches In CHRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN, AND WEM.IKRTnV THE DANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, PORTLAND, OR, The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, lh CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON AUSTRALIA AND CHINA. HONGKONG, CHINA, AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. AND trtHsatt j Gtneral Banking Bunnell, 935-980 C BREWER & UmlM.) COMPANY, General MereantlleandCominlsslon Agents Queen Street, Honolulu, Officers-P. C Tone., Jr., and manager: Joseph O. Cart-, treasurer and secretary. Directors i lloos. Charles R, Dish. and II. A, P, darurj W- V. AWa audltsr, - E. WILLIAMS, lUrORTER AND DEALER IN Furniture of livery Description. Also Upholsterer and Manufacturer, WnA. .uiuiiui. ttmiciuuih. ..u. ill rui.otrcci shop At old Hand on Hotel Street All orders promptly nftll.l an to. " HUSTACE, (formerly with bollbs & co.) Wholesale and lletall (Irocer, tit, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from tho other Islandfalthfullexecuted. Telephone No. 119. 997-9.8 "ASTLE & COOKH, Shipping and Commission Merchants, No. 80 Kino Honoluli IMrORTERS AND DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Baldwin Plantation. R. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kami. J, M, Alexander, Haiku, Maui. The Haiku Sugar Company. The Koliala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation' The Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsco. The New England Life Insurance Company of lioslni. The ulake Manufacturing Company of Huston D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.' The New York and Honolulu Pccket Line. 'I ho Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco ir. jaynei aon icieDrated Medicines. Wilcox Gibh's Singer Manufacturinc Comuanv. Wheeler & I Wilson Machines. 910-961 TJ P, ADAMS & CO., inn) Commission Merchants. No, 46 Queen Street, , Honolulu 910-961 pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. XtiijioWer ami Commission Merchants. No. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oaiiu, II I 910-961 HDC, ROWfc HoUse and Sign Painter, PArER Hanger, etc, No. 107 Kmn Street Honolulu 911-169 JJ O. HALL & SON (Limited) IMrORTERS AND DEALERS IN llardisarx and General Merchandise, Corner or Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu orncBRs: W'""'"- " President and Manager ..; T. ' . If Secretary and Treasurer W. F. Allen Auditor Directors Thomas May. E. O. White 6-307 P A. SCHAEFER at Co. Importers and Commission Merchants, No. 90 Merchant Street,.. '. Honolulu 910-161 PRANK GERTZ Hoot and Shoemaker. Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Fort SrREET. ..Honolulu 910-961 P H. OEDING. lixpress and Drayman. Office. No. 81 King Street. Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret. 4 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 lelephone, No. 86. House Telephone. No. 00. 939-990 U, W. MACKARLANE, H. E. MACPARLANK. Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO. Importers, Cointuisslou Morohanta und Sugar Fnotors. Building. , Queen street, Honolulu. agents roR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J. fowler 4 Go's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwaj Works, Leeds, Mlrrless, Watson & Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets, London and Honolulu Line of Steamers, Sun I'lro Office of London jCT HACKFELD & Lo. General Commission Agents, Cor. Fort and Queen Streets..., Honolulu 910-961 TT B, McINTYRE & BROTHER, Grocery and Feed Store. Cor. Kino And Fokt Sts Honouilu TTOLLISTER & Co. Wholesale and llstall Druaalsts and TV.. bacsontsts. No. 59, Niiuanu SriEEV Honolulu 910-961 TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,, Mentis Engines, Hollers, Sugar Milts, Coolers, Ironfllrass and Lead Castings. Honolulu , ....,, 11,1 Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmllhlng. Job work executed on the sh.rteit notice, tui TTUSTACE & ROBERTSON Draymen. All orders for cartasa oromnitv ittmtMl in cular attention paid 10 the SroRiNO and SMlrriNOof goods tn tianiu to the other Island.. Also. IIlack Sand and White Sanh In quantities to suil at lowwt prices. , Kaaliumanu and Queen street. Hawaiian Hell Telephone No. jj. 19-iy Mutul Telephone No, tj T OHN 'r. WATERHOUSE, rHijiorrci nml Dealer In General .11 ehandlse. N. Queen Street Honolulu Stationers and 'News Dealers. lied llutther Xmiiti Atietteii' Gazette HlolkT.. ..,.. No. 95 Merchant Street 955-306 Honolulu. II. I. JOHN NOTT, f Xtn, Copper a'lul Sheet Ion Worker, NtnJm ..,..1 of alt kinds, Plumbers' stock ana metals, house furnish- l .I- -I.-.,-,! 1 -.- No. 8 Kaahuhanu Street ..Honolulu a 10-961 ' T E. WISEMAN, Ileal Hstate Droker and Employment llureau. Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, nnd Kill and leases Real Estate In all parts of the Kldgdom. Employment found for those Seeking work In all the various branches of builness connected wllh these Islands. IZT N. II. Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected, Hooks and Accounts kept, and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions moderate. Honolulu, II I. T AINB & Co., Commission Merchants, Importers and dealers In Hay, Grain and General Produce. Honolulu Ir. I T EWERS & COOKE, rtnportnra nntl Dealer in Lumber and alt A'fif is nf ,,, iiuiiainy lit, 11. It jnaienais. r.,i !., 1m NO. 02 (OKT Street 910-961 AHLO. n'a'?olJ'!?;eaf Silks and iiiir; tivoas, jiais, jsoozs ana Shoes, llran, leed and. Hour, utyars ana xooacco, Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ewa, and Heela. Cor. Nuuanu and Ciiailain Sts Honolulu 909-960 T YONS & COHEN, liicloiirrr nncl Commlsnii Merchants, Corner Foar and Queen Streets, Honoi.uIu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Solo agents for American and European merchandise. J J. Lyons, 939-983 1L. U Cohen jwr Phillips Co. Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Fur nishing floods, Fancy floods, Etc. No. to Kaahumanu Street Honolulu 110-101 TWT S. GRINBAUM & CO,, VT" ' Importers of General Merchandise and Commission Merclutnts. Queen Street,..,.,., Honolulu. H. 15 no. 194 California street, San Francisco, Cal. " A. CONSALVBS. E. HUTCHINSON. MA GONSALVES &. CO., Wholesale Grocers, and Wine Merchants, Beaver Block, Queen Street Honolulu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. 63. ryr w. mcchbsney & son Dealers in Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission Merchants. VAgents for the -Royal Soap Company. No. 49 Quekn SlKEKT..,v.. Honolulu 917-968. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints aiU Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honuliiiu 910-901 THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN vestment Company (limited.) Money loaiicd for loner or thort Deriod.on 1 roved security. Apply to W. L. GREEN. Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager 944-903 . j -PHEO. H. DAVIES & Co. (Late anon, Greijn & Co,) tmnortars and f!nlmtn ?siht,,im No. 4 KaaiiumAnt St .Honolulu ' agents for Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, IJritl.hand Fotelgn Marine Insurance Company, and ..v..,..., ,,.,uirtiia wuiiipanr hphos. g. thrum. 1' iMt'OKTINO AND MANtirAi;TURINU .SldlioiKic, Printer,, Bookbinder, etc,, And publisher of the Hawaiian Almalaq and Annual. Healer in Fine tatlnery, Book., Music, Toys and I ancy Goods. roRTStRBbr. Neaii Hotel , Honolulu 941-961 F. ALLEN, w Has an office with Messr. Bishop & Co., corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu street., and lie will be pleased to attend to any lnnlnu entrusted to him. Hm? ao-i r CLAUS SrRECKKLS. wii. n irwin. w G. IRWIN & CO., Sugar Factors and Commission Agents, Honolulu , , , j 1LLIAM McCANDLESS w Urnler III Choicest Beef, Veal, Mutton, . no. 0 yUBKN nTREBT, I ISM MAKhhT. Family and Shipping order, carefully attended 10. Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice. Vegetable, of all kinds supplied to order. TELEritONE , No I.. a west, 11. M, now, L. W. MACKARLANE Wl EST, DOW & CO,, Importers and Deators In' all hinds ol ... ,,.,,, ,. ...,, .,, irtl(, noons. ,, fu",llu ? H kl'"l( gewlng Machines, Mirror., l'alntlnet. Chromot and Hrtv.. I:.,. l-..... .-.I Cornice, to order. Moving kntCrtuatrlns Furniture a apeclallty, No. ioj For , .kon,lul 340-991 ?&&&$lk .jMJ&ditito, , ... "OOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. ( C, VKKiy&K & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 910-961 gRBMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, P. A, SCfAEFKR & CV., AcymIi. Also uents for the Dresden Board of Underwi iters, Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 910-961 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE 1NSUR. ance Company. (Limited) THEO. II. DAVIES, AGENT. Ihe above agent has received Instructions to re ducethe rates of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll cles at the lowest rales, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 910-961 FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin. " F. A, SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The above Insurance Company, has established n General Agency here, and the undersigned, General Ag'nls. aru aulliorucd to tako. risks against the dangers of the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the most favorable terms. 910-961 GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE Company of Berlin F. A. SCUAEFEE & Co., AGENTS. Til. . Imtf.1 InHiMnn. ..&.. 1. .LI!.l 1 F. eral Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents, are auihoriied to take Mt.l. ami.., ,,- dangers of .1.. Seas at the most reasonable lales, and on the most vorable terms. 910161 Hf-PJ ,NSUR' r ' ' A. JAEGER, AGENT. Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured against Fire the on most favorable : terms. ' . HAMBURG-BREMEN Company, FIRE INSURANCE -. A. SCHAEFER A Co., AGENTS. The above firm havlne been annotnted flpntc nf ilil. comiiany are, pepared to irsure ri.ks against fire on Stone and Ilnck buildings and on SfercliandUe ioJ therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars appiy ai ineir ouice. NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCORPnRATKtl tfi.t The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance fftmnntitr Im tri Cslv Policies Itaued on thrmott ivovtble Term Losses paid tbrouRh Honolulu Ajfency, $40,000 NORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg'. . 1ACKFELD & Co., AGENTS. CaniuUnd Reserve Relchsmark 8,830,00 ..... 35,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furniture Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Suga. and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor, against loss or damage by die, on the most favorable terms. NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company of Boston, Mas3. INIORmRATED 1835. Assets Januuiy UU,1NH4, nearly Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and niicr SWO Payments, EXAMFLB OK HAN : Insured age 35 years-90 years Endowment Plan for JiDiKnf lVnmluiu , ig'sh.Surr. VTe. Pd-up Int. At the end of the ad Vear, alfj.Bs $ S4S ath 3dL " " 469.70 840 1,130 Sth " 831.8J ,S " 6th 1,09900 ,9S 7th 'J i35.5 1.970 8th I l i3S 9th s.676.05 ,500 toth ' 8,911.63 i7SS " nth .57 jo 3,005 " 11th '.4JS.4J 3.5o 13th '.' , (,685.00 3.s8 14th " ,967.70 3,7o ijth " 3,163.95 3,945 16th " 4,6S 17th 3 903 IS 4,38o " 18th 4,14850 4iS90 " 19th 4,613.70 4,800 otlii" 5,000.00 5,000 The second and subseiient premiums are likely to be reduced by inertaiine annual dhtrtbuthns of lur. Hut. 1ST Applications can be had of : and full Information will be given I... the An.... ...v., v. me Agents, 956-967 CASTLE A' COOKE, PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER . writers. C. A Co.. Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 910-961 TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg-. It, HACKFELD & Co., Aftits. f!antlit! ami ll.c.rvM. .l. A ,' their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000 .. Total Reichsmaik 107,650,000 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared lo imure Building., Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., alio Sugar nml Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor agaln.t loss or damage by fire, on the most favorable tenns. 910-361 THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Globe Insurance Company, BISUQPb Co., ACEN'JX ESTA.tSHITi I836. IJiillmlted Liability to Stockholders. A"t $37.o,9J Rtserve 7,S.xm INCOME TOR 1884! Premium, received after deduction of reinsurance $ 9,000.000 (.one. promptly adjucted and paid here. 113964 UNION MARINBINSURANCE COMPANY of Sao Francisco. CASTLE COflKC, A9ENTS, In d 4;j. 9t4( STEi NAVIGATIOM CO (Limited.) THE BEST ROUTE To the World-Renowned Volcano of Kilaueii, Via Punaluu, Hawaii. THE NEW AND STAUNCH Si m W. a. Hall (Malxilant.) Bates Commander Will leave HONOLULU, HAWAII, at im oclock r. M. stopping at Malaea, Maul, Kailua, Kona and Kau, Hawaii, on the first Monday follow. Ing tho arrival of the mail steamers from San Francwco, making two trips to the Volcano, each month. When the steamers arrive on Monday the W. G. Hall will leave on the same day. The steamer passes along the entire coast of the leeward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists a panorama or charming Scenery, and will .top at Kealakua Bay oV a"WCd ' Vii" "" monumcnt CAnAIN COOK hv Irita i..l. tt . 11 .. ' '"WUUfiAl,"M 5OC10CK P.M., iucsday hours ahead of any other tine e .Ti.. li ? "r ""'" op tne veel, and making the entire passage In smooth water. ... . vr.AL.uu inereistne iinest Hotel on Hawaii and from here Tourist, will be conveyed by Itailroad o Zteteistittsismxtt ' Wv till ..... milt tU .f .. 1 a j vuh.ihb cuurc ihd is made n fin A ,. TLiW:t"teJ!Utl, !" "Jone whole rr.'i "c" j .""'". "uu,cnl arriving at llono ulu Mtiy tmnuay morning. THIS IS Till: ONLY CAUIUAGR llOVTE pelies?" ff lh" rCUnd "ip W0' which Pa a" ' At.. .. tiismir ...... TVrTcV.M M,VAGCr A"n' for,l' I ' NV, ' N?w Kou'e'o the Volcano," at I. I. WillUms, Photographer, No. 109 Fort street, Honolulu; ""' u'"ce m Hie I. I. 5. N. Co.. on ll,. Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED). Stmr. tr. a. Hull (Maltilnni) IU Commander Km! HwLP 'Urly '" MiUlae,,, iUu1, ni K"l . Steamer Planter (Llllnoc) C""1" Commander KoToTLfWUtuVn Steamer Iwalani, Freeman ..Commander Will run regularly, to Hamoa. Maul, and Knk,,!. huele, Houokaa am Paauhau. Hawaii. Steamer O. It. JUstm,, Commander nfeYLtt for Walanae, Steamer James Malcee, Weir r . ww """'r Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. -"" h uvuiara inquire at uie 0 He or Inter-Island aicam Navleallon Co . Honolulu. J. ENA, R. FOSTER, 43-994 Secretary. President. PACIFIC NAVIGATION (limited) CO. Coasting and Commission Agents. Com,, QUEEN & NUUANU St,t,t, Honolulu Regular vessels for the ports ol Mahko on Maui Honomu. Paukaa and Hllo on Hawaii; Koloa Hanapepe and Vaimea on Kauai, and Waialua on Oahu, And air other ports whenlnducementsofTer, Persons having freight for any part of the' island, be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en-quite first tf the Pacific Navigation Co., before making final arrangements. Goods intended for ihlument !.- ,. r .... . 1. received and .tored free of rh.,.. .. . ... VU. .,.. III.'IUUI 1 'milding at any time. Apply to the captains on board. or to A. F. COOKE, 9!3tf Manager Pacific Navigation Co. SGHOONKR D03IITII.A. J, PAIKO, Master. M roR Malae, Kaneohe, Ileela, liahaluu, Wain, hole, Walkane,nnd other Ports onlthe Coast of lioolau, Oahu, r 33-Cw QHARLES DREWER & to 97 KlLUV STRkET, IlosTON, AGENTS OF HAWA'iIAN PACKETS. General Commission Agents. Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of the Hawaiian trade, Freieht at lowest rates, PLANTERS' LINb FOR SAN FRANCISCO, O, BIlKWEll A COMPANY Agents Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal advance made on shipments by this line. 310-if fX.IlwIT35.) ,sssH New Route to the Volcano Via Keauhou. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE Till! KIN A U Maul, w ,,ouchi"6"1 1-i". Maalae., Makena, Mahukona, Kawalhae, Laupahoehoe and Hit. Hawaii and will make two trip, to the Volcano each month, eaylng Honolulu on the first Monday following the arrival of the mall ..earner. fr.m San Francisco. When the steamer arrives on Monday the KINAU wil leave on that day, PSSENOfR TRAINS will connect with . K.lnau at Mahukona, The KINAU WILL TOUCH a. Honokai. . Paaubau on down trips from Hilofor Passenger, if . signal is made from the shore. The ,tmer KINAU will make the Volcano Ta.r, reachmg Keauhou on" Wed,.day ' morning, gvi HousT ,W a"d ,W nl8'"" Bt 'he Volcin" Ticket, for Ihe round trip $50.00. which pay, all charges. The KINAU will armeln Honolulu Sunday mom-logs on Volcano Irip.. On llilo Trip,, wi,l lease Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday momlag. LIKHLIKK. LORENIKN . .. ' COMMAMBER Lve.MondA..t5r,M for Kaunakakal, Kahu. Huelo. . .. .. ' Ut. liana rnirf ITI..L..I... l. 1 .,, "ium , nnu lor hieanae. Mo- ,U!n.dNU"""y .... ning will -. .,c por,., arriving back Satmday mominga. r or malls and passengers only. IllKKlLAVUA UOV. Wbisbarth ' Commander Leave, regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele, Ook.U, Kukalau, Honoluna. Laupahoehoe, Hakala.land O.o! RICA THE LEHVA. Uavikk. Hm!" ICaVe'e,!"larly rorume " It. KiUue. WMOKOLIl, S. McGregor ,. LomMandkr Leave, each .Monday at 5 V. M. for Kaunakakai, Ka. inalo. Pukoo Lahaina, Moanul, Halawa, Wtrilau, P.Ie. mm and Kalaupapa. Returning leave. Pukoo Friday V Paauhor Honoluh, arriving Saturday morning. G' w.nfcK. Pre.. S. . ROSH, Se'y. 9l tf OCEAJVrcSTEAMSinPCO. 4i THE NtW AND EL60ANT STBAMSHlrS Mariposa & Alameda, Will leave Honolulu and San Francisco on the FIRST AND FIFTEENTH OF EACH MONTH. I'uaaenoers. ma"liaf. i. . . vanCe by nppljlng at the Office of Ihe Agent.. Passengers by .hi, line are hereby notified that ....., (raveling East. Excursion Tickets 'or ro.nd trip, $IX Good to return by any of the Company's Steamer, within mnetydays. Merchandise Intended for shipment by ihU line will be tecelved free of charge, In the Company's New Warehouse.andrcceipt, Issued forsame. Insurance on merchandise In warehouse v,il be nt owners' risk. WILLIAM . IBWIA i CO. New York & Honolulu Packet Line , mm 1IF5SRS. C. II. CR0SS1LW i ItRO" Will dispatch about December 1, 1883, a Firt-Clas Vessel from New York for this Poit dirct. Merchants and Others Wishing to Ship by this Fnvoiite Line will please for ward their Orders as early as poulble. Very Truly, Etc., CASTLE & COOKE. 38-im Honolulu Agents. l?01t SAN JTLANCISOO. The Magnificent .Steamship " AU S X R A. X. I j ,' IlRU(i" Commander Will leave for the nbove pott on or almut DECEMBER I5th. I'or freight or passage, apply 10 74-ld II. HACKFELU CO., AKenK (Scnciiil rylubcrtiscmcniij. BUSINESS COLLEGE, 24 Post St, 8. F Send for Circular. tvJ.h. v nUS N,ES!" 90l,RSK Includes Single apd Entry lnc, ns applied to alldepa.t. menu of bushiest; Lommercal I!u.mesS Penuuyslilpi Mercantile Iw; lluilness t,lrrl'ord. eni Lecture, on Uw. Business Forms, anil he ScUnce of Accounls: Actual llusiness Practice In Wholesale and Retail Merclinndi.ing, Commission, Jobbing, Importing, Railroading, Espress Uu.iuc... llrokerage.ani Hinklngj EnelUh Hranchr., Ipdudinif Reading, Spelling. Grammar, etc i Drawing; anil Modern Ungunges, conslstlna of prartical hismtction in French, Geipian, and Spanish, lti i'si l?,AN:1"KKo Ornamental Pcnmaiiship, Higher Maihtnutlcs, Surveying, Navigation, Ciul En. glneering, Asking, Short-Hand, Geo. ' ' grapliv, e tc For fu formation address J.M. HEALDJtCO, "l"1 SANlRANcfsCOlCA , 1. k UVHWi ' tMUisV'ii w uifiMkj.h"A. Mk:ai4'.&i , .-,. v? Si . V vA