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1 AILY Press . VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1883. NO. 92 ht THE 8QUL'3 DAY. Krneit W. Shultleft (a Youth's; OorapanlonJ Ujw II ko a on tho Uowy olr, Tho wllj. bird's marry carol comoj and gool Tht East unfolds hor color) lilts a roso Wuoo heart 1 golden wltU tho un' worm 1 , glare. What vrondor that the blrd'ong U bo rare I What wonder that tho brook slngi a It The rorjr earth, frosh from her night' POSO, I wroatbod In amllei at tlsht of dawn to fair. O limit this day Ii tlilno to imitate) Do thou a day clothod In tho living light, Illso to thy task, and, tio It mnnll or great, Bliliio 011 It till tby smile huth maJo It brlRht. SmlUI smile on air thy dutloi, and, life, lllca day, shall walk In roboi of gold. Plants That Ara Not Welcome. Phlhds'pVi Tlmeil The sub'oct selected by Professor Roth-rock was " unwclcomo 1'lnuts. " "This phruso applies," said llio "to foreign plauts, weeds that nre not wanted in this country nnil to Amort can plants not wanted in other countries Host of tho unwclcomo plants found in tho eastern states comohcro from Europe. , though eouia few come from tropical America, The foreign weeds found upon tho soil of our 1 nrlllc states came mostly from I hiti, though some of them wero imported from uropc. whllo others claim their nativity from Asia. "Tho question naturally arises 'Why do they succeed In crowding out our mi ' tivo plants?' Tho answer is- 'Because tlioy came from countries that have Ioiik been cleared and arc accustomed to living In tho opeu sun, whereas our owu country has been but comparatively re cent y cleared, which plates ojr p auu m a disadvantage.' Ou our prairie our native plunu hold their own, since they nro accustomed to tho open sun und am able to ciiinpcto with foreign weeds. In clearing our virgin forolgn weeds are sure to follow and Ihrivo "Luring tho unlondlng of foreign ships, any ono who makos tho o'.Iurt can 11 nd seed from a Horn forolgn to his own laud among tho packages that mako up the cargo and In tho ballast Ono of tho re suits of this interchange, of seed is the partial change of tho tiora of the two continents. As soon as a trail is maduJn a now country such weeds tako possession Some of theso becomo classed with our flowers, as tho ox eyed daisy, for example " , The Fair at Njz'lnlNovnrol. St. Jnmes' diizetta. Tho great annual fair at Kizhni. which lasts throughout tho whole of July and August, bus just clotcd, and it has been successful beyond expectation. Tho fair this year has been remarkable for tho nutnbcr.of merchants from Turko stau and tho Morv oasis who liavo made their appcaranco for tho first timo upon tho banks of tho ' olga. These were clearly substantial men; for they spent more money la proportion than tucir follow subjo.ts from Siberia and Tho oncodlstinctho Astatic aspect of tho fair will probably bo in sumo mcasuro rcst6rod if theso eastern traders contiuuo to visit it. at all events until tho .doubtless rapidly approaching; timo whou tho frock coat and tho stovopipo hat shall tho regulation costumo of central Asia. Tho fair is now in its tenth coutury; but it has boen localizod at Novgorod for loss thau sovoiity years. It was estab lishod originally at Lulcarla, whero tho Volga Is joined by the Kama; thcuco it was remenod to Kaau; und in lTw'J Ivan IV decreed that it should thonroforward ,bo held alMukaricf, fifty miles from Novgorod. Tho presont site was selected as rocontly as ltila. A Faiptian Village. ExchaiiRO. When Mr. Forbes, who roccntly came home from a visit to tho islands hlnirln tho "dark purnlodpheres of sta, ,r drow near Timor L'aut ' bis steamer was sud donly surrounded by a rcot of canoes. All at once tbo wild Pupuan boatmon s'.t up the cry. "J.aru, laru!" u.ln, glul" Tho villagn was fouud palisaded all round. A small portion of tho fortification was romovablo on tho suord sido in tho daytime, and the ground outsldo was closely sot with bamboo spikes, (ho place being ou its defence, a branch of a high tree near by hung a human arm, hacked out by tho shouldorblada Tho money there is a kind of bead made of a soft red stooe. Both soxos clcatiizo their arms and shoulders with small spots by means of red hot Btoucs. This Is said to bo lu imitation of smallpox marks aud with tho iutontlon of warding oif that disease Ilab!l ,y (iiuoken. The ittu tl Tho Anti-Tobacco society of Franco has oifcred a prlo for tho best essay bearing upon tho question of tho liability or otherwise, of smokers to contract choleia As the object, of the society in oUcring tho priio Is stated to be, not tho condemnation of tobacco in tho fuco of facts, but to ascertain tho facts as they are. tho essays, must not bo based upon, theories, but must bo supported by actual occur renecs, although tho would very probably not bp dlsp'eased to find themselves supported in their hobby by statistics. If a healthy stomuoh bo n safcguaid against cholera, it Is possible that oxcessive smoklnir may dispose to tho disc-two by disordering digestion. The Wuy to Win. American Are you ready? Heady for what? For h good name, good position, good o und lifo success. Ara you willing to work Into aud early, to bo frugal aud honest, to mako your employers interest your own? If so, there is a place ready for you soinowhoro. If you liavo tho light metal in you, tho world will soon discover it Aro you ready? Two things aro certain in business. Success is won by merit, und it Is hull Vlrllllll tllrtt. ninlfn IVinrtt III trnrln and this merit like truo gold is sure to find recognition. Iu brief, worth wins in the end, Cittoliliig Chicago Times An active tra lo Iu the common boa-gulls has sprung up along tho Long laluud coast. The birds uio poisoned by putting ursoiilc on bits of IUU, and aro shlppjj to la Maw York, " JJi'ofcsBionnl Qlnrbu. WILDUK VOLNKV .VA1LLANCOURT . AsiiroRO, , .A.SHFORD ASHFORD. Attorney, Counsellor, Solicitor; Advocate, Proctor, Conveyancer; Etc. OrriCE "Honolulu llal," adjoining Post-office. D ,R. A. McWAYNH, PHYSICIAN Attn AVIinitnt. OrriCK and Hesidince 34 Alakea' street. Ornctt IIouxs 9 to ii a. m.; 6 to-8 r. u. EO. L. BABCOCK, Teacher of tho Piano-forte, Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Fort St., ,, Honolulu. Kksidunce No. 11 Emma street. M. WHITNEY, M. D., D, D. S. Dental Jtoom on Sort Strut, Honolulu.,,.. ,,,.. h. OIKce In llrewer'i block, corner Hotel and Fort Smell, entrance ou Hole! Street, 310-361 JONATHAN A.USTIN, J AttorntiTanil Coutucllor at Law, Anil Apent to tah Acltnowtciiaciitmtt, No 14 Kaaiiumanu Sthbkt.. .,,,,., ...Honolulu i 7 J NO, A. HASSINGER, rl(irnt IntitUc Acliuiiiclcilijiiiviitn to Contract or Labor, Intkkiuk Ofrn.it IIONIILULII 311-263 OHN H, HATY, J Vodii'i I'ulillc ami Cvmmltalon of Dtnth, FortKeStateiof Callfurula and New York. OtTu.ii M the ILink of IJUhop & Co. HONOIULI. Qahu. II, 1. 110-161 TULE3 TAVEIINIEU, Aitht, T(VOto : Room 13, Sprecktlt illock Foiit Stbeet,,. , Honolulu. Houbs; 3 to a km. 63 1 " T A THURSTON. (SuCCCUOr 10 SMITH & rilUKVTON) Attorney at Lair, No. 38 Mxxchant Stkbet .....Honolulu 156-107 D P. GRAY, M. D 1'iirsioiAX A.vn suuaitos, Office, iext door to the Honolulu Library, .. 9 tO IO A. M. yiricK HntiKs: 3 to 4 r. m. 7 to .8 r. m. Sundays, g to it a. M. RESIDENCK.cor. Klnau and Pensacola E ' O - DOLE, CouiiMllor at Late anil Notary 1'ublle, orrtCB, No, n Kaaiiumanu Street Honolulu R. CASTLE w Attorney at Laic ami Notary 1'ubllc. Vo. 19, Mlrciiant Stkkkt .'.Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361 Husincss arbi3. A S, CLEGHORN c Co. rmjiorltr anil Dealers in General Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. A VV. PEfRCE it Co. ihlp Chandler anil CommUtlon ehant. No. ij Queen St Honolulu. Asents (or JJrands Guns d Bomb Lances and Per. Tf Davis' Pain Killer. ALLEN & ROBINSON, Healer In Lumber and alt kind of tiiy Jlntertiil; 1'alnt; Oil; Nail, etc., No. 44 Qeeen Street., Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS Or Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen, UUama, Pauaht and Leahl. At Robin) on's Wharf. L. SMi t H A Importer and Dealer in Olaeaieare, llertden Silver-Plated Ware, llrackef, Vaiei, No. 83 Fokt Strbet,., , Honolulu King's CoinViitiitlon Spectacles and Eyeclasscs LusinH Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture7 Km"! 1Tilenhr.lln?.PocketiCu'ry' " '' Ch:,"' 1n'1 vtu' r? "h $f, C?.""' MJn. -Oil. all kinds or Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions. Sole agent or the universally acknowledged Light. Running Domestic Sewing Machine. 11161 D1SH0P & CO., Baukers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchange on THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FUANCISCOl And their agent. In Nl.wvn .. -. v..., BOSTON, PARIS. FRANKFORT-ON-TIIE-MAIN, AND Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD SONS, LONDON. Hie COMMERCIAL BANKING CO, OF SYDNEY, LONDON, The COMMERCIAL BANKINd CO. OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N. S. W. the COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, VICIORIA, AUSTRALIA. Ihe BANK OF NEW ZEALAND; AUCKLAND, And its branches Iu CHRISTCIIURCH, DUNEDIN, AND WELLING TON niK BANK OK BRITISH COLUMBIA, PORTLAND, OR, The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. SIOCKIIOLM, SWhUEN, The CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON AUSTRALIA AND CHINA. .i.'i;m'vU"" CHINA, AND YOKOHAMA, JAl'AN. AND Tntntutt a General Banking Business. C BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited.) General Mercantile and Commhaloif Ayent Qurrn Street, Honolulu, C. Jones, Jr., president and manager: Joseph O. Caner, treasurer and secretary. Directors lions. Charle R. Bishop and H. A. P. Carter J W. F. Allen auditor, 11-84 UtsihciMs atfw. rvK. WILLIAMS,' ,lMrontr ano Dsalkr in J?urnlture of Kerry Description. Alto ITpholtlerer and Manufacturer. Furniture Varerooms No. til Fort Street, Workshop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. 151-103 C" HUSTACB, (rORMERLY WITH I0LLEI & CO., iriolesnfs anil Jletall Grocer, in, KinO Street Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short iOtice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from Ihe other Islindfaithfully executed. Telephone No. no. "ASTLE fit COOKE, Shipping and Commlmton Merchant; No. 80 Kino Street 1 HonolUli lurORTERS AND DEALERS IN GENIiRAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. , The Alexander & lUMwin Plantation. It. HBlsteadp or WaLilua Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company. K0I0.1, Kauai. J, M, Alexander, Haiku, Maul. TI10 Haiku Sujjjar Company. 1 he Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation, The Union Insurance Company ot ban Franicscu. The New England Life Insurance Company of l!o.ii The lllake Manufacttiriiur Compans of Boston D. M Weton' Patent Centrifugal Machines, the New York and Honolulu Picket Line. 'Ihe Merchant's Line, Honolulu and Sin Franil.ui Dr. Jaynes ce Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox s Gibb's Sii. 'cr XJanufactHriiijj Company, Wheeler & Wilsm's hewing Machine. P P. ADAMS &. CO.. Auctioned and Cmnmlwlen Meirhimt. No, 4 Queen Street Honolulu 710-161 ED' HdFFSCHLAEGKR Si Co. Importer and Commlulon Merchant. No. Street Honolulu Oaiiu, II I ' "JPD C. ROWh Home and Slyn Painter,' Paper Hanger, etc.," No. 107 Kino Street.. Honolulu ' C O. HALL & SON (Limited) IMPORTERS and dealers in Hardware and General Mereliandlte, Corner or Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu orrictm?. WMiamW. Hall , President a'nd Manager ffi ". aecretary ana treasurer . F. Alle.1. Auditor Directors Thon as May. E. O. White 6-307 P A. SCHAEFER it Lo. Importer and CommUnlon Merchant, No. 10 Merchant Street. Honolulu 110-161 pRANK GERTZ Hoot and Shoemaker. Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Fort Street. Honolulu 110-161 Ty H. OBDING. llxpre and Drayman. Office. No. 81 King; Street. Residence. No. 4; Punchbowl Steret. " Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from an pans 01 iionoiuui ana vicinity, iareml at tention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE, OHicc Telephone. No. 86. House Telephone. No, 00. 139-100 0. W. MACrARLANB, H. E. MACrARLANE. Q W. MACFARLANE & CO. Importors, Commission Morobnutsi and Sugar Faotors. Fire-proof Building Queen street, Honolulu. AGENTS POR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J' F?,'!'le,r P0' S,eilln plow nd Portable Tramwa - Works, Leeds, Mirrless, Watson 4 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, 143-194 TT HACICFBLD & Co. General Commlflon Agent; Cor, Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu " no-161 TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER Grocery and Feed Store, Cor, Kino and FqRTSM Honolulu TTOLLISTER a Co. H'holetale and Itetall Druyyltt and Xo- baceonltt. No. j9, Nuuanu Stlbkt , (Honolulu TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., Sfourti Knylne; Holler; Sugar Mill, Cooler; Iron, Ilia and Lead Honolulu ,.,..,....,,.,,,.,, It. I Machinery of every description made to Particular attention paid to Ship's H!aI.., litn. Job work executed on the shortest notice. 110-161 tTUSTACE St ROBERTSON All orders for cartage promptly attended to. I'artl cular attention paid 10 the Storino and SiupriNOof goods In tiansit to the other Islands. Also, Black Sanu and White Sand In quantities o suit at lowest prices, OrriCE Corner Kaahumami and Queen streets Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 33. Mutual Telephone No, 19 JOHN T, WATERHOUSB, Impoiter and Dealer In General Merchandise, No. 13-31 Queen Stehbi .. , Honolulu $umnc60 (Enrbfl. TZ T M. OAT, JR., St CO. feStattoner and .Vetr Dealer. uea jiuooer atamp Agency Uahttb Block.,,... ..No. sj Merchant Street 133-306 Honolulu II. I. TOHN NOTT, -, Tin, Copper nndHSect Iron Worrier, Store 'and Itaugc. of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furnish .'l. huvub, vniuiucilTiSf in, tic. No. 8 Kaaiiumanu Street .Honolulu 310-361 J B' W,SfeAN' Ileal llttat Broker and litnptoyment llnrtau. Rent! Roomi, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases Real Estate in all parts of the Kldijdom. . Employment Tound for thoie seeking work in all the various branches of business connected wlih these Islands. (2T N. B, Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected, BoO'i and Accounts kept, and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions mod. erate. Honolulu,' H I. T AINB & Co., Communion Merchant, Imponersand dealers in Hay, Grain 'and General Produce. Honolulu.. T EWERS -o COOKE, (Successors in Lewers 8. Di:kson,) Importer und Driller lu Lumber and nil hind of nutldlny Material. No. 81 Fur 1 Sirkrt , IIonoliuI "110-161 T AHLO. Dealer in Driftlood; It Ice, Tea, Stile anil fancy Good, Hat, Doot 11 ml Shuee, Urn n, I'eed and I'lour, Clyur and Tobacco, Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at kaneohe, Kootau, Waipio, Ewa, and Hceia, Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts.,.,., .Honolulu 300-160 , T YONS & COHEN, Auctioneer and Commtlon Merchant, Corner Fort and Queen Struts, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole ageriVs for American and European merchandise. J J, Lyons, 1 L. L. Cohen jyr Phillips & Co. Importer and Wholetale Dealer in Clothing. Hoot, Shoe; Hal, Men' Good; fancy Good, Etc. No. 10 Kaaiiumanu Street ....'..".Honolulu JWT S. GR1NBAUM.&.CO., lmporterif General Merchandise and Commission Merchant, Queen Street Honolulu, H. I No. 114 California street, San Francisco, Cal. M. A, GONSALVES. R. HUTCHINSON. TUT A. GONSALVES & CO., Wholetale Grocer, and Wine Merchant, Braykr Block, Queen Street Honoiiiu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. a63. M W. McCHBSNEY & SON Dealers in Leather, little, Tallow and Commission Merchant. Agents for the Royal Soap Company. No. 41 Queen Street Honolulu PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Cutlery, Tool, Paints ar.J Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honolulu 110-161 THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN veitment Company (limited.) . , Money loaned for long or short periods oiTSpproved security, Apply to W. L,. UKELN. Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager 144193 H. DAVIES & Co. (Late Union, Green & C-.) Impoiter and Commlulon Merchant. No. 4 Kaaiiumant St,.....,.,..,., ., .Honolulu agents roR Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters, British and Foieign Marine Insuiance Company, and Northern Assurance Company, 110-361 npHOS. G. THRUM, Importing and MANurACTURiNO Stationer, Hook-filer, Printer, binder; ete., ,' And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual Dealer in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and Fancy Goods. Fort Street, Near Hotel,,..., ..Honolulu 141-161 v I WF ALLEN, Has an office with Messrs Bishop & Co., corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be pleased to attend to any business entrusted to him. K8 CLAUS SPKECKBLS. WM, G IRWIN, rM. G. IRWIN &COI WJ Sugar factor and Commission Agent, Honolulu, .,,.,. ., ,,.., n. I 38-if XTILLIAM McCANDLESS Dealer In Choicest Ileef, Veal, Mutton, Ktc. No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market. Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice, of all kinds supplied to order. , No ,,, 158-109 a V.Er; H.M.DOW, C. W, MACrARLANE "TXTEST, DOW St CO., Importer and Dealer in all kind 0 Music, fancy and Junaneeo Good: Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors, Palntlnes. L'hromos and Tos. 1I,mi... Pp..n.d n.l Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture a speciality, No, 103 Fort Street..,..'',,. ,'.,, .Honolulu t;" , ,' v Lttu nmtrl..tcc itoticcc. TJOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, C. BKKWJW cV Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 10-161 T3RBMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, P. A. SCItAKFER cV Ce., Atentt, Also agents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board of Underwriters. Forthe Hawaiian Islands. 110-161 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE Company, (Limited) TltEO. it. DAVIES, AGENT. The above agent has received instructions to mtes of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and Is now prepared to Issue roli Cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-361 FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin; F, A, SCHAEFER cV Ce., AGENTS. The above Insurance f!nmn.inv lis. taV.IIaL..,! Geueial Agency here, and the undersigned, General Agents, are authorited to take risks against the dangers or the Seas ftl the most reasonable rates anH nn lh most favorable terms. 110-161 GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE Company of Berlin F. A. SCHAEFER cV Ce., AGENT'S. ... iwiv smuiwivv v11 pail) I1U3 ;(. UI1VIICUB UCII' eral AgLncy here, und ihcaboveslsned, General Agciiti, .... flPM "t1l Sfti Isil In a a1., l)!1a . ! !. J a .1 -.... w...vu au i-n MKIII! IIIC UiUlCr UI lilt Seal at tlic mo.t reasonable tates, and on the men fa vorablo tcrnii H FIRE anca company 01 Hamburg:, A. JAEGER, ACENT. Bulldin, Mercliandlse, Furniture and Machlner)' Insured Fire 0.1 the most favorable terms, d 110-361 HAMBURG-BREMEN Company, FIRE INSURANCE F, A. SCHAEFER cV Ce., AGENTS. The above firm having been appointed agents of this company are prepared to irsure risks against fire on btone and Bnck buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at their office. 310-361 NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR. ance Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. incorporated 1835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. Pollcle Issued on Ihe most favorable Term Losses paid through Honolulu Afrency, $40,000 110-161 NORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg. . HACKFELD & Ce., AGENTS. Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00 their Re-Insurance Companies, " 33,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to injure Buildings, Furniture Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugx and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss or damace by fue, on the most favorable terms. 110-161 N EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE insurance company 01 Boston, Mass. INIORrORATED 1833. Aet Januaiyi ltt.,tS84, nearly $17,-000,000.1 Polices issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely after Two Payments. EXAMPLE or FLAN t Insured age 33 years 10 years Endowment Plan for S5.000J 1iiiI ireifum $341t.SO , , VT e. Pd-up Inf. m iu. cna 01 ine aa year. :), 100.05 545 46J.70 840 "th " 1,130 5th' ' 831.85 ,4i5 6th " 1,01900 .9S 7H1 ' 1.97a 8th '.450.75 iiJS 9th ' 1.676,05 1,500 sotn 1,911.65 1.75S " 1,15790 3.005 " lath 350 13th " 3 484 14m ,967.70 3.7 15th ' 3,3 9 3.945 16th " 3 4,65 17th ' 3 ol S 4,j8o 18th ' 4,48 so 4.SJO 19th " 4,800 10th." 5,000.00 S.ooo The second and subseqent premiums are likely to be reduced by incieatini annual Jittneuthm ef mn Hut. Sir Applications can be had of J and full Information will be given by the Agents, 156-167 CiSTLE CV COOKE. PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER C. DREll'ER A? Ce., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, T RANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg-. It. HACKFELD cV Ce.. Aeenis. Capita! and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000. 1' their Reinsurance Companies " 101,650,000 Total , , Reichsmark 107,630,000 'Ihe Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to Insure Buildings, Furnituie, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor against loss or damage by fire, on the most favorable teims. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Globe Insurance Company. MSOP& Co., AGENTS, ESTABISIIEU 1836, Unlimited Liability to Stockholder: Asset .$37,010,913 ncserve , 7,500,000 INCOME, rOR 1884; Premiums received after deduction of re. Insurance $9,000,000 Usscs promptly adjurted and paid hete. 113-164 UNIONMARINBINSURANCE COMPANY of San Francisco, , CASTLE COOKE, AGENTS, In d 1875. fhipjjing. SI I IGAT 0 (Limited.) THE BEST ROUTE To the World-Renowned Volcano of Kilauea, Via Piinaluti, Hawaii. THE-MEW ANO STAUKtU Stmv. W. G. Hall Malulavt) Capt. BATES Purser SIMERbON. AT 3 M.-TRI. MONTHLY otf Tuesday, Dec 15, Friday, Dec. 15, and Tuesday, Jan. 5, touching at Maalaea Maui ,,,, about 11a. to. Kaiiua, Hawaii , about 10a. m. Kealakeakua, Hawaii about noon. And other Kona ports arriving at Punaluu at 6 P. M or the day after having Honolulu, On the following morning, 5 A. M. she arrives at Honuapo. Returnine she will leave Kau at o A. M. on Monday. Dec. it, andlhursday, Dec 31, touching at all way pons, inciuaing iwaaiaea, jtiaut, at o a, m,, and arriv. ing at Honolulu 3 P. M, tin the day loliowing her de. parture from Kau. The steamer basses alontr the rntlr. rn.i.t nf th leeward side of Hawaii, affording 1 ourists a panorama oft harming Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua llay where sufficient time Is allowed to visit thr monument of CAPTAIN COOK. Tourists by this route reach Punaluu at 6 n'clod. r.M pn the day after leaving HONOLULU being only one night on the vessel, and making the entire passage In smooth uatcr. At Punaluu th-re lithe finest Hotel on Hawaii, and from here Tourists v, ill be conveyed by Railroad to Pahala, thence by stage coach to Half-way House, where Horses and Guides will be in attendance to convey them to the Volcano. By this route the entire trip Is made In fi ve ami a halfdayt, allowing Tourists two nights and one whole day at the Volcano House. THIS IS TDK ONLY CAItllldGK IlOVTB Tickets for the round trip $B0, which pays alt expenses. toT Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE, Aeent for the I. I.S.N. Co. 's "New Route to the Volcano.." at I. I. William), Photographer, No. 101 Fort street, Honolulu; Or at Office of the 1. 1. S. N. Co., on th. Esplanade. ' Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED) " Stinr. W. O. JTull (Malulttni) Bates Commindei Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maul, and Kona and Kau, Hawaii, Steamer Planter (Lilinop) Cambron Commander Leaves every Tuesdas" at 5 r. m. for Nawillwill, Koloa. Eleete and Waimea. Returning, will leave Nawtllwili every Saturday at 4 r, M., arrivint: at Hono. ulu, every Sunday at 5 A. M. Steamer Itvalani, . Freeman 7. Commander Will run regularly 10 Hamoa, Maul, and Kukul haele, Honokaa ana Paauhau, Hawaii, Steamer O. 11. Bishop, Macaulev Commander Leaves every Friday at 8 a, m. for Waianae, Oahu, and Hanaleland Kilauea, Kauai. Kelurninj eaves llanalei eserv Tuesdv ai a p. si.. tkni tn,rlitn at Waialua and Waianae Wednesdays, and arriving al luttuiuiu muic uay. Steamer James Makee, Weir , Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter-island ateant Navigation Co , Honolulu. J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER, Secretary, President. PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO. (limited) , Coasting and Commission Agents. Cent, QUEEN cV NUUANU Shreett, ItenoMu Regular vessels for the ports ol Maliko on Maul Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and illlo 00 Hawaii; Koloa Hanajiepe and Watmea on Kauai, and Waialua on Oahu, And any other ports when inducements ofler. Persons having freight for any part of the Islands be forwarded from San Francisco bv was- of Honolulu Or direct shlomLnts from Ifnnnlnt,, u,!!l An lt , -..- quire first uf tht Pacific Navigation Co., before making nnai arrangements. Goods intended for shipment by any ef pur vessels received and stored free of rh.ru. m o. hniidlng at any time. Apply-to the captains on board, or 10 A. F, CQOKE, 1'f Manner Pacific Navigation Co. SCHOONKR DOMITILA. J. PAIKO, Master. M roR Mulae, Kaneohe, Heela, Kafialuu, hole, Walkane,and other Port onJWir Coast of Koolau, Oahu, -HARLES BREWER it Lo 17 Kilbv Street, Boston, AGENTS Of HAWAIIAN PACKETS, ' General Commission Agent. t Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of the Hawaiian trade. Freivht at lowest rates. PLANTERS' LIME s FOR SAN FRANCISCO. . 0. lllllt Wit Jt JJ COMPANY Agent Merchandise received Storage Frr .n.l m,...i ...v. I advances made on shipments by this line, a 1 hipping. New Route to the Volcano" Via Keauhou. ROUTE AND TIME TABLB " T IS KIN A O t OOMMANDC Leaves HONO! ULU, II. 1. at 4,00 o'clock r. M. each eek. Touching at Ihalnar Maahea, Makeni, Maul, Mil uiona, Kawalhae, Laupahoehoe and IlUo, Hawaii, and will make two trite Jo the Volcano each month, leaving Honolulu tn iheiirst Monday following the arrival of the mall steamers from San Francisco. When the steamer arrives on Monday the KINAU wil leave on that day, PASSENOIR TRAINS will connect with the Klnau at Mahukona, The KINAU WILL TOUCH at Honokala aid Vaaiihau on down trips from HiloJor P.isscna,erl.lf a signal t made from Ihe shore. The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Tit'ir, reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Tourists wo dajs and two nights at itie Volcano House. Tickets for the round trip $50.00, pasv,oll charges. 'Ihe. KINAU will arrive In Honolulu Sunday n oru. ings on Volcano Trips. On llilo 'Iriti, will Ut Hpnolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday mornLg. ' t.i UIH.tKIC. LORENIEN,.,. COMMAMUEK Leaves Mondassat r. u for l.'.n.lal.l v. I,'... lul, Hueto, liana and Kipahuluj and for'Keanae, Klo- auiau ana nnu every other week. Returning will step at the atiotc ports, arnving back Sa urday tuoiiiingsr' For mall and pastenctrs only. TH K U I LAV IS A HO II,. . WElSBARTII COMMANOER Leaves regularly forTaauhau, Kohc'a'ele.'Ookata, Kukalau, Honohina, Laupahoehoe, Halalsu and Ono-mea. T1IKLEHVA. - ' DM" i ,.COMMAND Will leave regularly for same ports as tbe Kilauea Hou. ' ' ' ; TUBMOKOLU. McGregor, .j.i.ComAst Leaves each Monday at s r. y. tor ic'inn.l nL.t t .. inalo, 1'ukoo, Laluina, Lanal, Moanul, P,cleunu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday at 10 A. M. for Honolulu, arriving Saturday morning. S. G. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE, ' Sec'y.' 131 tf " OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. For San Francisco The AI Steamship "ST. PAUL" Will leave Iicnolulu for the above port on or about (December 18th, iarFor freight or passage rpply to , WM. G. IRWIN &. CO., Ag:nt. Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco, ' The ' new and splendid AI Steel Sttanuhlp . " MARAROA,:: Of the Union SteamJiip Company, Nesy Zealand Mill be due at Honolulu fnm hydney and Auckland en or about , December lOtb.;," Andwill leave for the above port with mails and. pas sensers on or about that dulr. , - For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, apply to ' WM. G. IRWIN & CO., For Sydney and Auckland, The O. S, S, Company's fine AI Steamihfp1"" " MARIPOSA " Will be due at Honolnlu from Sa'n Francisco on or about 1 December 26th, And will have prompt dispatch with mails aud ra..et gers for the abose pons. ry For fieight or passage, having superior - accommodations, apply to s WM, G. IRWIN & GO., . Agents. New York & Honolulu Packet Line r MESSRS. C. n. CKOSSMAiV DRO. " Will dispatch about December t, 1885, a Fr- 1 Vessel from New York for th(s Po'n direst. Merchants and Others Wishing o Ship by this Favorite Line- III ward their Orders as earlj as possible; Very Truly, CASTLE & COOKE., Honolulu .!( mtt. E ' FOlt SAN FRArsTQISCO. The Magnificent Siearaship "AUSTBALI A WROWOH , Commander Will leave fur the above pott on or a'b'out DEOEMBEH lfctli. ' ' For frciglit or passage, apply to 74-td H, HACKFELD &'C0,, '.A.cn . " v s3 4 "4 VI i , m "t fl ''i