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VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1885.- NO. '96
MAGNIFICAT.
Edward J, Harding la Tlio Crltlo.J
All that wo folgn of gracious or illvlnj
In woman hath lit typsi; oach holy sprits,
Martyr, or prlost, or saintly oroimto,
Breathes very woman; all that ilotb roflno
The Arts, the manner.', to lier 8 way bonlgn
Ortos high alleglanco; all things fair anil
right,
Her woaknora ohamplom In tbo world's
Where woman Is, no houso but baths a
hrlnni
How oft, aim, prof n nod I Hon cruotfy
Her gontlo spirit, or to shamt bjtray
Hor tnnocsnca with a kls; Iior agony
, And bloody swont tho winds that ovor
stray
Porovor vltnou: anil bor blttor cry
Uoos up to Hoavon for vougoanco night
and day.
Boxwood Griming Eonrco.
Selontlfle AnvrlcAn.l
Boxwood, which Is almost exclusively
used for wood engraving. Is becoming
more and tnoro scarce. Tho largest wood
comes from tho countries bordering on
tho Black sea. Tho quantity exported
from I'otl direct to England is immenso;
besides this from 0,000 to 7,000 tons' of
tho finest quality, brought from southern
Russia, annually pass through Constantinople
Au inferior and smaller kind of
wood, supplied from tho neighborhood of
fcamsoun, is also shipped at Constantino'
plo -to tho extent ot nbout 1,500 tons
annually.
With legnrd to tho boxwood forests of
sTurkoy, tho Uritish cousul nt Constant!'
uoplo reports that they nro nearly exhausted,
and that very little really good
wood can bo obtained from them. In
Russia, howevor, whoro some Ilttlo go
crnmout caro lias been bestowed upon
forestry, n considerable quantity of choice
wood still oxlsts: but oven tlicro It can
only bo obtained at nn o
cost, as tho forests near tho tea have licoti
denuded of their best trees. Tho trade is
now entirely In Lnglish hands, ntthough
lormerly ( reek merchauts exclusively ox
ported tlio wood. In tbo provitfeo of
Trobizoudo tho wood is generally ot an
infcriorquallty, nevertheless, from 25,000
to ijO.OUl) hundred weight nro annually
shipped, chlolly to tho United Kingdom.
Early Supuratltion About Comots.
fPmfessor White In Popular Selenco Jlonthly.l
Tho belief that every comet is a ball of
fire, Hung from tho right hand of nn
angry God to warn tho groveling dwellers
of earth, was received into tho early
church, transmitted through tho middle
ages to tho reformation period, and In its
transmission and reception was mado all
tho moro precious by supposed toxtual
proofs from Scripture.
Tho great fathers of tho church committed
themselves unreservedly to this
doctrine. Tertulliandoclarcd that "comets
portend revolutions of kingdoms, pcstl
louce. war. winds or heat. " Orlceu In
slsted that they indLato ucatnstrophos
and tho downfall of empires and
worms. " 'tuo voucrauio jjocio, so justly
dear to tho English church, made in tho
ninth century a similar declaration. St.
Thomas Aquinas, tho great light of tho
universal church in tho thiitccnth century,
whoso works tbo popo now reigning
commends as tho contcr of all unhcrsitv
instruction, accepted and handed down tho
samo opluloa Tho sainted Albert the
Great, tho noted cemus of tbo medieval
church in natural science, rocolvcd and
developed tuts theory.
II cut llllsbiml. Ara Caught.
INow York Cor. Atlanta
It is rnoro than a jocoso faying that
managing mothors keep their younger
daughters childish until thu older ones
aro married. Suppose thcro aro sisters
who might bo twins, so nliko arc
their faces and figures, but for the llvo
years of dlfftrcnco in their ages. Ono is
ili, say, and tho other IT. A
desirable fellow of 25 comes along
Ho Is sttuck by tho. idea that tho
senior girl is ust about what ho wishes
for'a wlfo. Tho Junior is around in shoit
skirts, juvonilo manners, and all her
maturity carefully suppressed. Ills admiration
is not diverted by her from tho
other, and a wedding is tho happy result
Then tho dresses of tho otlior nro
lengthened, and sho "comes out" in
socloty as a woman, to lake her proper
turn in the catching of a suitor.
Sometimes it is (lone at 15, often at lit,
and in ono somowhat noted instance on
Murray Hill, a '.'0-year-old, with
and smoothness to favor tho delny, is
kept a victim to juvenility becauso her
sister is a maid at BO.
A Ciiao of Iloro Worship.
I Exchange
Arlo Bates, of Boston, has Icon tolling
a story of a woman who went to Concord,
Mass., aud asked for soma of lialpli
Waldo Emerson s old clothes to uso in a
"poet's rug" rnado of patchwork. I can
corrohorato this atory, says O. P. I nthrop
in Tho Kochcster Lnlon, becauso whon I
owned and lived in Tho Wayside, Nathaniel
llawtlionio's old homo nt (.'on
cord, tho sanio woman applied thero on a
similar errand. Being told Unit it was
futilo.'sho asked "May I pick up some
thing around tho place to carry away as
a momento?" Permission was granted,
and sho Dually caught a cricket in tho
grass of the lawn and put it into a hottlo.
She eald sho also had a qrickot from
Emerson's front j nrd, I supposo alio was
demented; but how much 11101 e domoutcd
was sho than tho people who havo been
buying dust and gra ol ovcuvatod from
tho sito of Grant's tomb?
Another lilt: Klitorprlao,
IDemcr st's Monthly.)
Another glgantio engineering scheme Is
also on tho tapis. It is to connect tlio
Caspian sea with tho Porsluu gulf by way
of tho valley of tho Euphrates. This
would mako Asia nn Island, and would
chango tho tides of tiavel and buslnoss
throughout tho oastorn world. Thcro nro
vast Improvements yot to ho tnnde upon
this planet of ours. What a pity wo can
not go to sloop and wako up n contury
hence and sco tho changes which will havo
taken place duihig that time.
Stood tlio
Cincinnati Enquirer.
Hero is a story told by Mist Martlnoau of
a sorvant girl who camo to her to bo hlrai
Tut girl bad 0 broguo that might havu been
cut with nn nx, but donlod t tut? elio was
'Irish. "Woll," tafd tho novolitt, "I don't
know whether you avt an Irish woman nr
not. All 1 know is, you wore born In Iro-Jand."
"Woll, ina'nm," ropliod tho girl,
"upposo I wni If I was born in a stable
would I bo a bono!" Situ was engaged without
further parlay,
JJiofcBisiomtl GTsttbs.
CLARBNCIt WILDRK I VOLNEY VAILLANCOURT
ASIirOKD, A1KFORD.
A SHFORD & ASHFORD.
Attorneys, Commotion, Solicitor, Advocates,
l'roctors, Conveyancers. Etc.
Hale," adjoining Post-office.
T"R. A. McWAYNE,
vhysicia .v a nd s vn uaotf. '
Orncs ano Residence 34 Alaliea street.
OmcE Hours 0 10 11 a. m.i 6 to 8 r. M.
QHO. L. BABCOCK,
Teacher of the Vlanoforte,
Address, cara Meur. West, Dow & Co.,
No. 103 Fokt St., Honolulu.
Residiinck No. 11 Emma itrctt, ijjili
J M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Venial lloom on Fort Street.
Honolulu jjf i.
Office in Brewer's Mock, corner Hotel and Fort
Street!, entrance on Hotel iatrccl. 910-161
"
JONATHAN AUSTIN,
Attorney unit Counsellor t Law,
Ana Auent to take Acknowledgements,
No. 14 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
231-371
i
J NO. A. HASSINGER,
Ayent to toll Acknowledgment to Contract
for Labor,
Interior Oppick UnvnuiLu
311-363
TOHN H. PATy!
.otary l'ubllc anil Commission f Jived,
r"r Stales of And New Vorlt. Office
at the Hank of Bishop & Co.
HoHOtULU. Oaiiu. H. I.
JULES TAVCRN1EK,
A 1 list,
Studio 1 Room 6, Spreckels Illick ,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
Hours ; 3 to 5 p. . fi3,
A THURSTON.
(Successor to smith & tmukston)
'
Attorney at Law,
No. 38 Merchant Street Honolulu
D P. GRAY, M. D., :
VUYMOIA,' A.VI SUlir.KON,
Olfice, next door to the Honolulu Library.
,, 9 to 10 A.M.
UKficK Hours: a to 4 p. m.
7 to 8 F. m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
RCSIHENCCcor. Klnau and PensacolaStt
"34-385
O U. DOLE,
Counsellor at taw and .Votary I'ubtlc,
OFFICE,
Nc. 15. KAAHUMANU.STREItr..,.., HONOLULU
ycr R. CASTLE
Attorney at Law and .Votary 1'ublle.
No. 19, Merchant Street '..-.Honolulu
''?Cncl' al1 llie Collr,, of lhe
justness datfiu.,
A S. CLEGHORN & Co.
Importer and Dealers in General Merchandise,
Corner Queen and Koahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
aic a6i
V-W. PEIRCEaCo. '
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
No. u Queen St , Honolulu.
,..??',I'r!n?.?,'J''r,u",and 1'omli Lancen and Per.
y Utvis I'lin Killer.
A LLEN & ROBINSON,
nT,W'.) z"''":n'"1"" kt'"' ofllulUU
Ing Materials, faints, Oils, Nails, etc.,
No. 44 QttuKN Strfet Honolulu, H. I.
AL'KNTS OF SCHOONEPS
Huleiikala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl,
At Roblnion's Vharf.
A L. SMI ill
Importer and Dealer In Glassware,
Mertden Silver-Plated Ware,
llruehets, Vanes,
No. 83 Fort Sterkt , Honolulu
3 V"'".'f'." llion Spectacles and r.yeglasses
Lu,tnil Wire V.,re. Fancv S,,V 1.,1 i"""'
yoslcnholms Pocket Cutfcrv. II. 'l. i"h,.l'. 1. 1"- I
news. C irk's ' (Wil rVitr.its HI..- u A.I ii
"F
T "a,"- " r"' ""ivrsany ncKnowieugea Llcht
Running Domestic Sewing Machine,
B ISHOP & CO., Bankers
Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange 011
Tiir. HANK OF CALIFORNIA,
SAN FRANCISCO.
Anil,hel",Sn..ln
NEW YORK,
IIOSTON,
PARIS.
AND
Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD SONS,
.. LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, LONDON.
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.'
CK SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N. S. W.
The COMMERCIAL HANKING CO.
OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE,
VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA
I'hc IUNK Ol NEW ZEALAND:
AUCKLAND,
And Its urnrencs in
CIIRLSICHURCH, DUNEDIN,
AND WELLING! ON
THE HANK OF URITISH COLUMBIA,
The AZORES AND MADEIRA I'ORl'LAND.OR, ISLANDS.
.. ,, STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN,
the U'ARTERRD HANK OF LONDON
AUSTRALIA AND CHINA.
"ONOKONIt, CHINA,
AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN.
Tramatt a Goural lUnkinr Busiiias,
135-386
- BREWER & COMPANY,
UimttfiU
General Mercantlleaml Commission Agents
Queen Street, Honolulu.
rJ25?frA .?'-'"' A"--. PIant and manager!
I :-cir,!rF:
$turittC00 Gfctvba.
-s B. WILLIAMS,
Importer and Dealer in
J'urnlture of livery Description, Also
Upholsterer anil Manufacturer.
furnltuto Wartrooms No. 11 1 Fort Street, Workshop 1
at old stand on Hotel Street, All orders promptly
attended to.
c. HUSTACE,
PORMERLV KITH EOLLBS & CO.)
holesale anil JleJall grocer,
111, Kino StreetT....i....Un'derHarmonv'IaLl.
Family, rianutlon, and Ship stores supplied at short
notice. New goods by every steamer. Orders from
the other Island faithfully executed,
Telephone No. no.
ASTLE & COOKE,"
Shipping and Commission Merthants,
'No. 80 Kino Street Hoholulv
importrss and dealers in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Aftenti lor
The Hitchcock h Company's Plantation.
The Alexander & Ilaldwin Plaitation.
R. HaUtead or Walalua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, K0I0.1, Kauai.'
J. M. Alexander, 1 IniUu, Maul.
The Haiku Sugar Company.
The Kohala Sugar Company,
Hamakua Plantation'
the Union Imnrance Lompanyol San Franlcvsi.
The New Kngland Life Insurance Company of Mottoi.
I he lllake Manufacturing Company of !loton
D. M. Wrton's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
'lhe New York and Honolulu Prcket Line.
llie Mtrchanl'a Line, Honolulu and San Francisco
wr. jaynes non i.eieiirated Meilicines.
Witcov Oilih's Sliir Marufacturing Comuinv.
Wheeler & Wilson's Sewlnj Machines.
E P, ADAMS & CO,,
Auctioneer and Couitnluston Merchants.
No, 415 QuKhN Street ... Honolulu
ED- HOPFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Importers anil Commission Merchant.
No. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oaiiu, H 1
"
C. ROWb
ED
Itouse and Sign Valnter,
Paper Hanger, etc.,
No, 107 Kino Street Honolulu
311-261
rf O. HALL & SON (Limited
IMPORTERS and dealers in
Hardware and General Merchandise,
Corner op Kins and Fort Streets, Honolulu
. iltrDe
WiHiain V. Hall President and Manager
; AJles Secretary and Treasurer
W. F. Allen., ...: Auditor
Directors Thon.as May, t. O. White
FA. SCHABFBR ot Lo.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
No. ao Merchant Strrkt, Honolulu
JRANK GERT2
Hoot and Shoemaker,
Boots and Shoes made to Order.
No, 103 Fort Street .. Honolulu
310-361
J7 H. OED1NG.
lixpress and Drayman,
Office. No. 81 Klntr Street.
Residence. No, 47 Pnnchbowl Steret.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I,
Freight, Packages, and Haggige 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.
(1QUM3 icicpnonc. ro. pp. 90
U W MACrARLANE, II. R. MACrARLANS.
Q W. MACPARLANE & CO.
OumiuUalon Morohnnta
nntl Supjar Jfaotors.
Building ,, , .Queen street, Honolulu.
AGENTS FOR
Puutoa Sheen Ranch Co. Hiiwnit
J" F?.lc.r P0' Steam Plow and Portable Tramvtai
vvorKS, i.eeus.
Mlrrless, 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
JT HACKFELD & to.
General Commission Agent.
Cor. Fort and Quern Strketh,....,,, .Honolulu
JT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER
Grocery and Feed Store.
Cor. Kino and FoRTSr Honolulu
JTOLLISTER & Co.
Wholesaln and itetall Druggist and
No. 59, Nuuanu Sti.eet Honolulu
JTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Steam Engines, Hollers, Sugar Mills,
Coolers, Iron, llrass and I,cad Castings.
Honolulu,,,, , , ( h, j
Maclllr.CrV of CVerv Htrrlntlnn m,. tn ....I-.
Particular attention paid (o Ship's Blacksmlihlng!
Job work executed on the shortest notice,
JTUSTACE & ROBERTSON
Draymen.
All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Paril.
cular attention paid to the Storing and
goods In tiansLt to the other Islands. Also, Black
Sand and White Sand In quantities to suit at lowest
prices.
OmcR Corner Kaahumanu and Queen streets
Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 33,
Mutual Telephone No. 19
JOHN ", WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General Mer
chandise,
Queen Strtei,. '...,, Honolulu
gumitccB CTiirbc.
J M'. OAT, JR., & CO. -
.Vdit'oiioi and Sews Dealers. I
lied llubber Stamp Agtncy
GAiErTB Block No. aj Merchant Street
Honolulu. II. I.
TOHN NOTT.
J V J
Tin, Copper anil Sheet Ijon'llorrter,
Stoves and Itanoe: '
W all kinds, Plumbers' stock and metals, hoisc furnish
ing gooas, etc.
No, 8 Kaahumahu Street.. .......... .Honolulu
"""
T B. WISEMAN,
I
Ileal Estate Droker and Employment
Uureau.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real Estate In all parts of the Kingdom. Employ,
ment found for, those seeking work 11 all the sarlous
branches of business connected wlih these Islands.
tar N. D. Legal Documents draw, Dills collected,
DooVi and Accounts kept, and geieral office work
transacted. Patronage solicited.. .Commissions
Honolulu, II I.
J AINB & Co.,
Commission Merchonls,
Importers and dealers (n Hay, Grain and General
Produce. '
Honolulu . l'. 1,
J EWERS & COOKE,
(SUCCRISORJ TO I. KUKRI & DttKSON,)
Importers and healers tit t.mnber and all
lilmls of llulldtny Materials.
No. 8a Fiirt Street J Honomiii'
'
J AHLO,
Heater In Dry-Goods, Ulee, l'ea. Silk, and
fancy Goods, Hats, lliots and
Shoes, llran, 1'eed andl'lour,
t'lyar and Tobaeeo.
Also proprietor of Rice and Sugat Plantations at
h.aneohe, Koolau, Waipio, Ea, and Heela.
Cor. NutiANU and Chaplain Sts..1.. Honolulu
J YONS & COHEN,
.liicdoneera nml Commission Merchants?
CORNER PORT AND QUEEN STWETSJ HONOLULU.
Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estats and General
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sde agents for
American and piropean merchandise. JJ, Lons,
-Ji. i Cohen
M PHILLIPS & Co.
Importers and Wholesale Dealer in Cloth-
Ing. Hoot, Shoes, ltats, Men' Fur-
ntshtng Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
No. to Kaahumanu Street Honolulu
110-361
TUT S. GR1NBAUM & CO.,
Importers of General Merchandise and
Commission Merchants,
Queen Street , Honolulu. H. 1
No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cal.
M. A. CONSALVES. B. HUTCHINSON.
TVJ A. GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers, antliWIne '.Merchants,
Beaver Block, Queen Strekt Honolulu
Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. J.
TUT W. McCHESNEY & SON,
Dealers in
Leather, Hides, Tallow and Commission
Merchants.
Agents for the Royal Soap Company.
No. 4a Queen SrEEST... ...Honolulu
OACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
and Dealers In Hardware, Cutlery,
Tools,
Paints ar.J Oils, and General Merchandise.
No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honolulu
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN
vestment Company (limited.)
Money loaned for long or short periods on approved
security, Apply to V. L. GREEN,
Office Heaver Block, Fort St. Manager
344-31)3
H. DAVIES & Co.l
(Late anion, Green & Co.)
Importers and Commission Merchant.
" 4 iaaiiumant 3r Honolulu
agents poe
Lloyd's nn'd the Llveriwol Underwriters,
llntiih and 1 oteign Marine Insurance ) Company, and
northern Assurance Comiianv.
G. THRUM, s
Imcorting and Manufacturino
.Vriitioiirr, rrtnter, Bookbinder,
etc.,
Ami publisher of thtllawailan Almanac and Annual.
Dealer In I me Stationery, Books, Music, Toys and
rancy Goods.
Fort Street. Near Hotel, Honolulu
WF ALLEN.
Hasan office with Messrs Bishop & Co.-; comer of
Merchant and Kaahumanu Mreets, and he will be
pleased to aitend to any business entrusted to him.
- ao-i r
CLAUS SFRECKBLI. wir. a Irwin,
w G. IRWIN & CO.l
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents.
Honolulu ., ,,, jj,
w ILLIAM McCANDLBSS
Deuter In Choicest lleef, realMutton, Etc,
HO. O yUBEN OTBEET, flSII MARKET,
Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to.
Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice.
Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order.
TuLKHioxir,.,., , t'tf(0
t) WEST, II. M. UOW, C. W, SIAtRARLANE
ITirEST DOW & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In all kinds ot
Music, Fancy and .iutKiiicvsn Goods.
riirnlture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors,
Paintings, Lhromos ind Toys, Picture Frames ami
Cornices to crder. Moving and repairing Furniture
a speciality, -
No. 10s Fort Street., ,.,.,,,,,,, Honolulu
Eiwunmcc lotkcs,
ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC
Mutual Llfs Insurance Company,
OF CALIPORNIA,
S. G. WILDER, AGENT.
Aiseti, December 3, (884.. ,..,,...,$1,163,000
Policies issued against Accident for one day up to
" y".
JJOSTON DOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREH'AK Ce.,
Agents for tha Hawaliait Islandsr
ORBMBN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SClfAEFER & Co., Afini.
Also agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriter!.
For the Hawaiian Islands. no-ail
BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE
Company. (Limited)
TltEO. U. DAVIRS, AGENT.
"Hie above agent has received Instructions' to reduce
the mtes of Insurance between Honolulu and
1 orts in the Pacific, and Is now prepared to issue poll
cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. 310-161
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE
of Berlin.
F. A. SCUAKFER A Co., AGENTS.
The above Insurance Company, has established a
Geneial Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, are authorised to take risks against the danrers
of the Seas at the most reasonable rales and on the
most favorable terms.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
F. A. SCJtAEFER A Co., AGENTS.
The above Hnmnanv r ...
eral Agency here, and the above
lgned. General Agents.
, . . .
im nn, hnn.1 .ntKl. .. I, !!. .1 '
"w - v" ...'m iim against me Dangers ol the
Seas at the most reasonable lates, and on the mhst favorable
turns. 110-361
FIRE INSUR.
a. a ance company or Hamburg
A.JAEGER. AGENT
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against t ire on the most favorable terms.
HAMBURG-BREMEN Company. FIRE INSURANCE1
F. A. SCAEFER & Ce., 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,
appiyattheirofT.ee.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM.
pany, of New York.
S. G. WILDER, AGENT.
Assets, December 31, 1884 ,$103,876,178 51
J'oliLles Issued on the Life Term and Endowment
plan. Mtf
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR.
.Company of, Boston.-
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
INCORPORATED 1S3J.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
Policies Issued on the most Favorable Terms
Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $44,000
N ORTH- GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg-,
. HACKFELD cV Ce., AGENTS.
CapitaUnd Reserve ., ..Relchsmark 8,830,00
their Rt-Insurance Companies, " 33,000,00
Thf Agent, of the above Cnntmnv Fnr ,lm ll..u:t
Islands, are prepared to insure Buildings, Furniture
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc, also Suga.
and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor, against loss
ur damage by hie, on the most favorable terms.
NEW life
Insurance Co.M.)any of Boston.Mass.
INI ORI-ORATED 185.
Assets January 1st., 1884, nearly $17,.
000,000.
Polices Issued on tho most favorable terms, and
absolutely after Two
Payment's.
EXAMrLB Or fLAN t
Insured age 35 years 30 years Endowment Plan for
annual l'remlunl $21i.SO
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17th
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19th "
Both
$ s8o.8 M
461.70 840
1,130
8jl.8j .45
1,03900 .9S
1,970
.3S
1,676.05 1,500
1,911.65 .7SJ
iS7 9 3.00s
3.50
1,685.00 3,484
.97-70 3,7o
3,163.90 3,945
3.9 IS 4.38ol
4,148 50 4,5o.
4,623.70 4,
5,000.00 S.oooi
The second and subseqeut premiums are likely to
be reduced by frcrtating annual dittnhuthni of tur.
tlus.
' VT Applications can be had of; and full information
will be given by the Agents,
5-7 CASTLE cV COOKE.
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. JJREU'ER & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg;,
If. HACKFELD tr Co., AClntl,
Capital and Reserve Relchsmark 6.000.000.
i their He-Insurance Companies " 101,650,000
Total , Reichsmaik 107,650,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Islands, are nrenared to Insure Httil.lln,.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc,' also Sugar
miu n, iHuii, aim vcsicis in ine narpor against loss
urudiuagq uy lire, nn me most lavoranlo tctms.
310-361
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS.
ESTABISIIED 1836.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholders.
Assets 537iO'o,93
Reserve, 7,500,000
INCOME TOR 1884I
Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance
,' ,.,.,$ 9,000 000
Losses promptly adjurted and paid here. '
913 364
UNION MARINBINSURANCB COMPANV
of San Francisco,
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS,
I" '
Shipping.
INTER-ISLAND
T I II
(Limited J
THE BEST ROUTE
1
' Tu the World'Renowned
,Volcano of Kilauea,
Via Punaluu, Hawaii.
TIEiXtW AKDSTA.UH
Stmr. Wt G. Hall Malulani.)
Cam-. BATES Purser SIMEKSON.
LEAVES HONOLULU AT 3 P. M. TRI-MONTHLY
ON
Tuesda1 y, Dec 15, Friday, Dec 35, and Tuesday, Jan. J
t". s. tone . rung at . .
.Maaiaea Maui ,, about 11 a. m.
Kailua, Hawaii , about 10 a. m.
Kealakeajpua, Hawaii about noon.
And other Kona ports, arriving at Punaluu at 6 P. M
of the day after leaving Honolulu. -On the following
morning, 5 A. M. he arrives e 'fonuapo.
Returning she, will leave kauutj A. M. on Monday,
Dec. 11, and Thursday, Dec 31, 'touching at all way
ports, including Maaiaea, Maui, at 6 a. m., and arriving
at Honolulu 3 P. M. on the day following her departure
from Kau,
The steamer passes along the entire coast of the
leiward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists a uanorama
of 1 harming Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua Bay
ntc auiiiwicii, .iiiic is Miiuwru ,u visit inc monumcni
of CAPTAIN COOK.
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu at 6 o'clock
Ml,, on the day after leaving HONOLULU being
only one night on the vessel, and making the entire
passage In smooth water.
... A. Hilt,.,,,, ,k... l.tli. ,. An... 11a. I lf....tf
ivnnbtiw t, t,c line,, ..U.CI Wll 11.1411.
and from here Tourists will be conveyed by Railroad
10 incncc oy stage coacn to House,
where Horses and Guides will be In attendance to con
vey them to the Volcano.
By this route the entire trip Is made In fivi end a
half day), allowing Tourists two nights and one whole
aayat me volcano House,
THIS IS THE ONLY CAltlll AGE HOVTE
Tickets for the round trip $30, which pays all ex.
penses.
OT Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE, Aoent for the
1. 1. S. N. Co.'e "New Route to the Volcano." at I. j,
Williams, Photographer, No. 10a Fort street, Honolulu;
Or at Office or the I. I, S. N. Co., on the Esplanade.
l
Steam Navigation Comp'y,
(LIMITED)
'
Btmr. ir. Q. Hall'f Malulani)
Bates Commander
Wdl run regularly t Msalaea, Maul, and Kona and
Kau, Hawaii
Steamer Planter (Lilinoe)
Caueron Commander
Leaves every Tuesday at j r. M." for Nawiliwill,
Koloa. Eteele and Valmea. Returning, will leave
Nawillwih every Saturday at 4 r. u,, arriving al
every Sunday ut 5 A. si.
Steamer Iwalani,
Freeuan Commander
Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maul, and Kukul
haele. Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii.
Steamer C. It. Bishop,
MacaULBV... Commander
Leaves every FridaV at 8 a. si. for Walanae,
Oahu, and Hanalei and Kilauea. Kauai. Reluming
eases Hanalet every Tuesday at 4 r. M., and touching
at Waialua and Walanae Wednesdays, and arriving at
Honolulu same day.
Steamer James Makee,
Weir Commander
Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauat.
For further particulars Inquire at the office of Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co , Honolulu,
J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER,
343-31)4 Secretary. President.
NAVIGATION CO.
PACIFIC (limited)
Coasting and Commission Agents.
Conut QUEEN NUUANU Strnti, Honolulu
Regular vessels for the ports ol
Maliko on Maul
Laupahoehoe, Ilonomu, Paukaa and llllo on
Hawaii;
Koloa Hanapepe and Walmea on Kauai, and
Waialua on Oahu,
And anyother ports when inducementsoffer.
Persons having freight for any part of the Islands
he forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu,
or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to enquire
first of the Pacific Navigation Co., Dcfore making
final arrangements.
Goods Intended for shtpment by any of our vessels
received and stored free of charge in our fire-proof
hnddlng at any time. Apply to the captains on board,
or to A, F. COOKE,
aillf Manager Pacific Navigation Co.
SCHOONER DOMITILA.
J.'JPAIKO, Master.
M
Maine, ICaneohe, Heela, Kuhaluu, If'ulrr
holef Watkane,and other I'orts onphe '
Coast of Koolau, Oahu,
33.6W
CHARLES DRBVVHR & Co
a; KiLUY Street, Boston,
AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN VACKETS,
General Cemmisnon Agent.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of
lbs Hawaiian trade. Frelfht at lowest rates,
PLANTERS LINh
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
s7. HJtNWEH COMPANY Agents
Merchandise received Storage Free, and IlLeial cash
ulvanee made so shipments by this line,
Shipping.
liter's Steamship Company.
(urxjn:x'srBT.)
KnJEDDEssiHc9
.New: Route to the Volcano
Via Keauhou.
ROUTE AND TIME TABLE
T E K1NAU
.,",c' Commands:
Leaves 1ION01 ULU, II. I. at 4.00 o'clock r. u.
eaJi week. Touching at Lahaina. Maaiaea. MnWn.
Maul, Maljma, Kawalliae, Laupahoehoe and llllo,
,.1-wan, anuv.111 make tv.o trips to the Volcano each
month, leaving Honolulu on the first Monday following
the airival of the mall steamers from San Franrltro.
.When the sirimer arrlies on Monday lhe K1NAU wll
icv on inai uay.
PASSEN'GfR TRAINS will connect with the
Klnau at Mahukona.
The WILLI OUCH at Honokala and
Paauhau onilown trips from Hilo(or Passengers if a
signal is made from the shore.
The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano
reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving
Tourists two days and tv.o nights tt the Volcano
House.
Tickets for the round trip $50.00, whljh pap aU
charges. $r
The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday mornings
on Volcano Tilps. On Hilo Iriis. ulll leave
Honolulu on Tuewlajs, and return Satuiday motnljg.
i.iit ni. 1 nt:.
L0"r'", v COMMAMDtR
Leaies Mondays at s r. u for "Kaunnkakal,
Huelo, liana and Klpahulu j and for Kennae,
and Nuu every other week. Returning v. ill slop
at lhe above ports, arriving back Satuiday mornings.
For mail and passengers only.
Till! 11 1 LAVE A II V V.
Wbisdart Commander
Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koho atele, Ookala,
Kukalau, Honohina, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and Ono-mea.
THELEHVA.
Davies ........... r.... vvrimnnusiii
Will leave regularly for same pons as the Kilauea
Hou.
THEMOKOLI1.
McGeecor, Commander
Leaves each Monday at 5 p, i. for KaunakaUl, Ka.
iiialo, 1'ukoo, Lahaina, Lanal, Moanul, Halavia, Wa.
lau, Peleunu and Returning leaves Pukoo
Frida nt 10 a. si. for Honolulu, arriving Saturdty
morning.
s. G. WILDER, Pre.. T It. ROiE, Sec'y
3ltf -e
Australian Mail Service".
For San Francisco,
The mw -and splendid Al Steel Steamship
- " 1WARAROA,"
Of the Union Steamship Companv, ,"?ew Zealard
villi be due at Honolulu fnm yJney and
Auckland on or j,bout
19th;
AnJ will leave the above port with mails and pas
sengers on or nbout that dute. .
modar.ionV,8appryr,ol'"S!":e' h"S 'Up" : ""
WM. G. IRWIN & -CO.,-
Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The aSS. Company's fine Al Steamship
'
'' MARIPOSA
Will be due at Honolnlu from San. Francisco on or
about
December 26tfci,
And will have prompt dispatch with mails aud
for the above poi.s.
For, freight or passage, having su;erior
....,..,
,w
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
4
Agents.4
For San Francisco.
The Magnificent Steamship
"ZEALANDIA,"
II. WEBBER Conm.ai.tler
Will leave fur the above port on or nbout
JANUARY 12, 18S6.
For Sydney,' N. S. W.
The well-known Magnificent Steamship
"AUSTRALIA,"
Brouoh , Commander,
Will leave for the above noit on or about
January otli, 1886.
For freight or parage, apply to
94-td II. HACKKI'LD & CO., Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
FOR YOKOHAMA AND HONGKONG
The well-known Fasorite Steamship
" CITY OF SYDNEY,"
II. C. DEARBORN Comnianiltr
Will leave for lhe ubove ports (in 01 alii til
JANUARY sTII. For frc'ght anil patsace
II. IIACKFI.LD A. CO ,
Agfntf.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
UESSBS. C. II. CK0SSJI.W 1 URO.
Will dispatch about December i, 188;, a
Vessel from .Vi Yolk for this Toil direct,
M rchnnts and Others
Wishing to Ship by this Fas orile Line will please for.
1 ward their Ordrrs as early as possible.
Very Truly, Etc,
CASTLE & COOKE.
s-"n Honolulu Acints,
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