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i wmmmfwwmp IWWsp sT?????, isrfpcnppfT'fw.r mn I .-ft v Daily Press. . . . j . "tttJi?TrrrrT - t '."tT .". .it .7 ' .' ."" .'. ' t """ """' """t r" ' ."tt " "" ' VOLUME I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1885. NO. 97 LIKE AN ORDINARY LOG. Hon It Isnppeboii Tlmt tlio 1107 Fnllod to Soouro tlio Iltf Htursoon. Cor, Chicago Hcrnld.l Floating down through n quiet eddy A ono of the boys gftvo n very graphic) of his advonturo with a big sturgeon whilo spearing in that strotch of wntor n few weeks before. Ho had boon llontlng down with thrco friends, for bass. The light wns burning low. Tlio boys woro telling Btorlos, lust ns wo woto then to pass uwny tho tunc. In front of thum they noticed n log downward with tho current. As It looked llko nn oidiimry log no attontlou wns lintd to It. Aflor soino llttlo tirao, libWovor, thoy noticed that thoy woo,4 drawing nearer to tun log. Ono of tho boys reached out with his spear handle to push, tho log ono side, No. when tho supposed log miulo a great Bplash with its tall ami sank out of sight. '1 ho boys throw their spears and shouted llko madmen. Tho big sturgeon for sturgeon it wns had disappeared, and no amount of spear throwing and shouting could bring him within range. Tho boys procured a fresh supply of petroleum troni an oil well close by and spent tho rest of tho night In cruising up and down tho tddy for that sturgeon. iust as tho story was tlulshed ono of tho boys stralghtoned himself up with a sudden cik. ho said iu a thrill tw whisper, slowly poking his spear. "eo there'" A Down in front of us was an object that looked liko a llontlng log. Wo thought that Wo (.uultl K-o it 1110 oj Was It swimming TJ10 HkIU was Ibuuiiug so low that 11 was hniii to IclL Wo poised our tpiars J - alt till 1 glvo tho word, " said ono, "and then let him IiavoiU" , t seemed an hour boforo wo got within it tin owing distance of tho dark, : object. Wo stood liko statues, hut the boat sho k with our suppressed emotion At length wo liontcd within ienei and diow hack our cruel spears. " ,0Wi" bicathed the pilot. Kuur spears I ashed bright in tlio red glow oftho flro, and with unerring aim bui'ied themselves over the barbs in tho soft wood of a water sonked logl The big sturgeon of bhlpman'a Eddy still lives. ltnty'a rnuipaisuu LisboroM. Uomu Cor. Sn Francisco Chronicle. It Is imposslblo to Imaglno ruder, sadder lives thau these camnagna laborers lead, l'adly fed and clotliod and thoy ore covered with Insects mid skin diseases and devoured with foer. All day exposed to tho scorching sun, all utght to tho damp oxhalations of the earth and tho cold cattiva aria (bad air of tho night). During tho height of tho season thov (iron like Dies on tho crouud with fover, they aro carried into tho tent of the. caporalo and loft thoro with n cup of water ondjqmon luice besido them. At ntgui mese wretcneu creaiurts aro carts and taken to tho neatest hospital, which is often soveral miles off, so that many die boforo thoy arrive Bomottmes tho fover gives them a sort of freiuy and they wauuor off unnoticed to some hollow or thicket, where thoy perish. I'lous brotherhoods havo always existed, made up of devoted religious mon, whoso duty is to go constantly over the cainpagna, hunt uptbeso sick wanderers, and glvo them holp, or if dying, see that their bodies ato not mangled by beasts but recclvo Christian burial. This sorrowful stato of things arises, I am told, from tho Itomau system of farming on so larL'o a scale Immen90 crowds of men aro needed in unhealthy places at distances from citlca Control of tlio Vu'a . tl'l I d plih L d Tlio chiof dlllercnco between tho savago ami tlio clvllUeil man is in tlio power aim tho habit of solf control. Homo of tho tions need dovolonmcnt. soma restraint: all uced training. They aro not all lit for utterauco, nor of those that aro is it wlso to givo unreservedly to tho world. There is no way of repressing feeling so effectual as to deny its expression. The very ollort so to calm tho tones of our. voice ns to express loss ungor than ono feels will of Itself allay tho angor and bring about a milder mood. Tho brnvo strtigglo to onduro necessary suffering without iutllctlnguilcs and lamentations ' upon friends will onhanco one's powor of cuduitiuro Ho who rosolutely changes n whliiiug and ftctful touo for n cheerful ono will soon llnd less to fret about. Ho, in mauy other Instances, It is truothat fecllutr will decreaso If men steadily ills nrd the tones of voice which convey mom. rorpolto r.eutlior. IU to Uiulct,1 Torpolso lenthor is a novolty as yet, os. pecialiy when used In tho manufacture of shoes. It has been largoly used, however, iu making shoo strings, owing to its groat ctroiigth and pliability. It has n long, tenacious liber, and, as It will not crack and tear, It makes an excellent leather. When made up Into a shoo it greatly French kid. It wears llko Iron and would bo suitable for boys' shoos. It is entirely waterproof nud very cooliug to tho feet, making il oxcollont for sttmmor wear, The skins out trom ilvo to six pairs of men's amps. Tho leather Is hemlock tauuetl .tit Anolont ltoiervolr. 4nii ruini'tou) Ilullotlii I Theio Is no lack of precedents for reservoir construction on 11 scale commensurate with that teiuilrcd for tho purpose under consideration. Tho valloy of Ma-rob, in Yonion, Arabia, was Irrigated by water distributed from avast reservoir made by a dam two miles long and 120 feet high, supposed to have been built long beforo tho tlma of Solomon. );!! l!i tho I'lmlilni' Town. Botoii I Hut every ono hates by naluro exorcising his feobler powers. Tho whole bent of his genius, It may bo, Is ugalnst adding up, a column correctly, or uslug choko ami vnr11.11 laiiKuuKu, ui (Yiiuiifj uui ma thoughts Intelligibly, 1 Very well, lio will Ins triiipal Ull 1H1 tlnough 11 u by Just this tlilug, If ho tloca not get tho bettor of it iW of Doillli. Tliti'irfo Aii olectilcltui assorts tlmt iu bodies In wliloli life is not extinct tho teiriperuluro rises upon tho uppllcallon of mi olcotrlo current, but tievir iu tlio case of notttal dmth. Tills fitot suppllej w test for use lu cases whore llfo Is suspuoted to rouiuln lu persons apparently dead. fli'ofMsfltomtl Gtatbs. CLAKKNCtt NSILDItk I VOLNEV VAlLLApCOURT f asiirono. ASIIPORD. SHRORD a AbilPORD. Attorney, Counsellors, .Solicitor!, Aid culm, l'ructori, Conveyance! 1, lite. OprtcE "Honolulu Hale," adjoining . 4- A. McWAYNH, ' ' D. c. i'ihtsician and svjuieon. OrriCE ami Kssiiisnck 34 Alilcea street. OrviCR IIouks 0 to it a. m.; 6 to 8 r. m. 957-984 1, GEO, L. BABCOCK, notice. Teacher of the l'tano"forff," . the Address, care Messrs. West, Dow& Co., 105 Port St,, Honolulu. 11 Kinma street. 337-388 T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dorittil lloom on fort Street, No. HoNOLUtU ,., II. I, Office in Brewer' Block, corner Hotel and Kort Streets, entrance oil Hotel btreet 310-361 JONATHAN AUSTIN, Attorney anil Caunellor at Law, the tml Atcut to take Arknoirledyem'nl, To ri KaaiiiimaSii KtkkkT Honolulu 331-371 NO. A( HASSINGER, T lien t Iu take Ichmmledgment to Con The tract for Catnit The I OrVtCKf, i IfONIIkUlU O. '111. 3l the Hie JOHN H. PATY, Dr. , " otnrji 1'iilitlc ami CiiiiuiiIhkIiki 'ofIcntii, Fur ilu L'alnWiiWaiiU'No'i Voik. ' Olfitt the lUnk of llithop A Co: HoNOtULU, Oaiiu, II. 1. F " " " TULE3 TAVRKNIHkT No, Aittitt. 1 SliMiiu , H.wm 6, SprrckeU lllotk 1'uAl SrrthKI E HllUH: 31031-. St. ' r a Thurston! ' No. . (Successor to smith & thuhkton) Attorney' at Late, No. 38 MitkcHANT Stkrkt Honolulu . . D 1" -GRAY, M. D., No. I'lll'MOrAX AKD NUUOMHf, Office, next door 10 Library. 9 to 10 a. 11. Offii.1i Hours) to ir,u. "7 to'ia p. M. Suudays, 9 to si a. m. KUSlUf.NCB.cor. KInau and.Peniacola Sis. 34;'8; O U. OOLU, ' J??t"ur"'"' '' '"' "'"' .Votmy Public, 1.. orncK, Vo. ij Kaahumanu STkKST Honolulu R. CASTLEt w .Ifroriiny at Law anil Notary Public. So. 19, Mbkciiant Strkkt ..Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361 justness (arbs. A S. CLEGHORN & Co, importer! anil Vealer In General eiiamllie. Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. 310-361 A W. PEIRCE etc Lo. Ship Chandleri and Commtiiton No, is Qukpn St Honolulu. Ag'nu lor Hrand'i Guns and llomb Lances and Perry Davis' Pain Killer. 310-361 A LLEN & ROBINSON, Itialeti In Lumber and all kind of Iny Materials, I'alnt.t, olli, Nail, etc., No 44 Qkhkv Strubt Honolulu, 11. I. AUHNTS or SCllOONKM Haleakala, Kulamanu, Kekauluohl, Mar7 Ellen, Ullama, Pauahl and Leabl, At Robinion's Wharf. 310-361 A L. SMITH, importer and Dealer In Glanware, jieriaen sneer-Plated Ware, Jlraehet, Vaiei, No. 83 Fort Sirrbt ..Honolulu Kintr's Combination Sneitarlt nntl Fv..!,,,.. taistrnt W,r W.rp Pnnu C....d !).,.. t ' Wosttnholm Pocket Cutlery, 11, I. Chase's Island Mews, 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. 110-361 JDISHOF & CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchange on . THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO. And their agents In NEW YORK, BOSTON, PARIS. AND .Messrs. N M. KOI'ItSCHILDASONS. LONDON, 1 ' the COMMERCIAL UANKINO CO. OF SYDNEY, LONDON, The COMMERCIAL UANKINO CO. OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N S. W. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OF SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA. Hit HANK OF NEW 'ZEALAND! AUCKLAND, And its branches til CHRIS rCltURCII, DUNEDIN. AND WELLING! (IN rim hank of British Columbia, PORTLAND, 0U, The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. SlOCKllOLM, SWhDEN, 'the CHARTERED HANK OF LONDON AUSTRALIA AND CHINA. HONGKONG, CHINA, AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. ""' NU rtantait a Gtntral Banking Busineu, 335-86 C BREWER & (lAmittd.) COMPANY, General MereantlleandCommlialon Agent Qubkn Street, Honolulu. Officers-P. C. Jonei, Jr., president and manager', Joseph O, Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors t lions. Charles R. Bishop and H. A. P. Carter; W. F, ,,, 1 ui,,,w,, 311984 DtwiittMiJB ari)0. B. WILLIAMS, iMrORTRR ANU DllALltR IN 'uriiititra of Every Deicrlpllon. Alio Upholsterer anil Manufacturer, Furniture Warerooms No. tit Fort Street. Workshop At old lUnd on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. 313-503 HUSTACB, FORMERLY WITH BOLLRS & CO.) of holeiale anil Jtelull Grocer, Kino Strkkt Undkh Harmony IIall. Ho, FAmllv. Plantation, and Slim ttoret sunulied at ihort New roods by every steamer, Orders from J other Island faithfully executed. Telephone No. nq. 337-378 jpASTLB & COOKK, Shlffllno and Coiiimlmtliiii Merchant, Keal 80 KtNdSTRRlIT , , HllNCMllLl. IMrORTKRS AND DRALKRS IN ltoo' GENERAL MERCHANDISE. . Afients lor Hitchcock & Company's Plantanor,, The Alexander & Baldwin T It. HaUtead, or Wnlalna Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company, Kilu.t, Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Miul. j The Haiku Suinir Company. The Kohilu Snar Com any. I Hamakna Plaiitatlun Uiii.,11 Inmr.iKe Lonpjh ot Finnk j New nttl.iiid Life liuitrtncr of ll.Mtut. T he Minufactitrin Company of Hoitou M 'tlu:i'i l'.itei.t Cenlrlfuj,al Machim. New orknnJ Honolulu IVikct I.lrv. Merchant's Une. Hunolnlu Khd S.in Vrxncnm JayncH 4- Son's f.clchratcd Medicines. . No. WiIcok ft tlibh's Hiuter Manufacturing Compunv. Wheeler & Wilson's Mnthiner. P, ADAMS & CO., L Antttoneeri ant ConnnUifon Mmchnnle. 46 Qukkn Si kuct, ... Honolulu D. HOFFSCIILAEGER & Co. Inipoi ten ciml Commlmlon Merchant. T 48 Honolulu Oaiiu, It I 310-761 .1 DD C. ROWb lluuie anil Sign Painter, Pamir, Hangkk, etc., 107 Kino Strkkt ...Honolulu 311-363 p O. HALL & SON (Limited) I lUroKTRK) ANU DEALERS IN llnrilwure and General Merchandlia, Corner of King and Fort Stkirts, Honolulu orriCRRV William W. Hall President and Manager l. noies secretary and 1 ft asurer W.K.Allen :....-., Auditor Directors 1 hon.as May, fc,. O. White P A. SCHABFBR ct Lo. importer! Unit Coinmtaton Merchant, No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu 310-361 PRANK GERTZ .Hoof ,i)iil Shoemaker, .Hoots and Shoes nude to Order." No. 103 Fort Street Honolulu 310-361 P H, OEDING. llxprv and Drayman. Office. No. 81 King Street. Residence. No. 47 Punchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and liaggnge delivered to and from all parts 01 Honolulu auu vicinity, (.artful attention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGON'S EXPRESSLY TOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 86. Houso Telephone. No. qo. 310-390 tl. W. IIACFARLANB, II. R. MACCARLANE, Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO. Importer, Coiuinluslou Moroliants nuii Sugar Factors. Duilding Queen street, Honolulu. AGliNTS rOR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii. J. Fowler & Co'i Steam Plow and Portable Tramwa) Works, Leeds, Mirrless, Watson i Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool nnd Honolulu Line of Packets, London and Honolulu Line of Steamers, un r iro mnce 01 onaon , 343-304 H HACKFBLD& CO., General Commllon Ayeut. Cor. Fort and Quken Si reki Honolulu 310-361 MclNTYRE t BROTHER H Grocery and feed Store. Cor. Kinu and 1'okt Sii .Hunolulu TTOLLISTER St Co. M'holeale and itetall Druyyht and No. 59, Nuiianu Stleet,,, Honolulu 910-361 H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co,, Meitm llnylnei, Holler, Suvar Mill, Cooler, iron, lliu and Lead t'attliiy. Honolulu., . I Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Hlacksniiihii,,;, Job work executed ou the shortest notice, 310-201 OUSTACE & ROBERTSON Draymen. All orders for cartage promptly alien led to Paul cular attention paid (o the Storing and goods lu tiansit to the other Islands. Also, IIlack Sand and White Sanii in quantities to suit at lowest prices. Office Corner Kaahumanu and Queen stieets Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 33. Mutual Telephone No. 19 TOHN T. WATBRHOUSE, Importer and Dealer tn General Merchandise. No, 33-31 QusenStrtei .,,,, Honolulu 110-301 UGtucOTarbc. OAT, JR..I& CO. JM. f' Htatloneri anil yew fieaten. Jteifltabber Ntamp Ayency DAtRTTn Block. .... .IN0S5 Mrrchant Stkrki Assets, tloNOidtrflL ' ono Mr I TOHN NOTT, I j; B xiii, uopper ana irei i 01 Htnvca ajut:itatiyei. all kinds, Plumbers' std-k ana metal, house furnish ing goQus, ciiaiwcucii, laiuus, kh. y 8 KaAiiumanu STHisr., Honolulu qi E. WISEMAN, ,' Ileal tiitato'il'roker unit Employment JJuremt, Rents Rooms, Cottages, IouteH, and stlls and leatcs Hstatc In alt parts of tho Kldgdom. Employment found for those seeking work In all the ranous branches of business connected with these Islands. ItZT N. B. Legal Documents drawn. Bills collected, and Accounts krrt, and general hlTice work transacted. Patronage solicited, Commissions moderate. Ports cics Honolulu, It I. A1NE & Co, (immti'itiiu Mercian'ti, liiipuricri unci dealers In Hay, drain nJ (Iriieral Produce. ' to;iol liLtf. P. I, 01 EWERS If COOKE, "T , most (Svcci ssom tu !.twnj & Dickson,) Importer anil IU uteri lit Lumber unit till .hull of IlillliUnfi Material!. 83 I'OKT SrRKKT " J I 4-JO I are AHLO, beas healer In Hrij.tlnoitit, Itlte, Tea, Silk umt I'aney tioodi, llati, Hoot .and bhor. Ilrun, Vrid and Flour, C'tyar and Tobacco. Also pruprielur of Kiel and Sujiar Plantxtlons M Kancohe, Koolau, WaiuiJ. Kwa, and Hecia. Cor. Niiuanu and Ciiatlain Sts Honolllu sop-300 YONS & COHEN, ilcrloiir rr diiit !oinmllon 3lei chant, Corner Fort and Qdeen Stlp.kts, Honolulu A Sates of Furniture, Stock, Keal Estate and General Merchandise promptly artended to. Sole agents for American and European rnerchandtse; 11. Lyons, 933-383 (L. I. Cohen PHILLIPS & Co. M mum ten and WhMeaale Dealer hi iny, Uonle, Shot, uali, Men' I (loodi. i'aney Good, Etc. No. 10 Kaaiiumanu.street Honolulu '310-361 S. GR1NBAUM &CO M 1nporter of General Merehandlt unit Oommtlon .Merchant, Qukkn Street Honululu. H No. 134 California street, San Francisco, Cal. GONSALVES. E. HUTCHINSON. MA GONSALVES & CO., iriioleiale Grocer, and Wine Merchant. Beavkk Block, Queen Street Honolulu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. 363. M w. mcchesney & son; Dealers in or Lealher,"llldc, Tallow and t'ommtanton ' Merchant. Agents for the RojalSoap Company. No. 43 Queen Strlet.,.., Honolulu 317-368. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. impoiter und Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Tool, Paints ar.J Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Strkkt, ,.. Honolulu 310-361 THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or short periods on approved security. Apply to W. L. GREEN, Oflice Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager H. DAVIES & Co. , Kaahumanu Street Honolulu General and Commission Merchant. ACKNTS rOR Lloyds, 1), Hill and Foieisn Marine Insurance Comoanv. Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life), 'Pioneer" Line of Packets. Liverpool to Honolulu. Liverpool Office"-" ,...Nos. 13 and I3lhe Aibauy 97iy npHOS, G. THRUM, Imioktinq and Manupacturino Stationer, I'nuter, Hook- binder, rte,, And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual Dealer In Fine Stationery, Hooks, Music. Toys and Fancy Goods. J ' ' Fokt Sirrk't Near Hotpl," Honolulu n w F. ALLEN. llasanoftke with Messrs Uishop Co., comer of Merch int und Kaahuminu streets, and he will be pleased to illlenj to any business "entrusted to him. 1 r . CLAUS I WM, a IRWIN, w M. G. IRWIN & CO.! Suyitr I'attor and Commission Agent. Honoiulu,.... .' H, 1 ILLIAM McCANDLESS w Dealer In Choicest lleef, Vtal, Mutton, Etc. No, t Queen SritiiKr, Fibii Family and Shipping orders carefull) atteurled to, l.ivo block furnished to Vessels at short notice, of all kinds supplied to order. ...No 13 358 109 WCH1, 11, M, DOW, c, w, macfahi ane w EST, DOW & CO,, Importer and Dealer hi all kind 0 anisic, j nney una vuvaneie uomu. 'r Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors. Paintings, Chromos and Toys, Picturo Frames and Cornices to order, Moving end repairing Furniture a speciality, ' - No. 103 Fort Street.,., ,,,. .Honolulu 1 ' 340-391 t Insurance Notices. DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC ACCIDENT Llfs Insurance Company, Or CALtrORNIA. ' S. G. WILDER', aget. December 31, 1884 $1,363,000 Policies Issued against Accident for one day up to year. 94tf OSTON BOARD' OF UNDERWRITERS, C, DKEtl'&tt cV Ce Agenti for the Hawaiian Islands. 10-361 - rjREMBN DOARO OF UNDERWRITERS. F. Ai SCHAMFKK cV Co., Aolt. -OK Also atnu iotthtC. j? , Dresden Hoard of Underwriter..-" u Vienna Board of Underwriters. Fur the Hawaiian Islands. 310-361 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE Company. (Limited) ritEO. If. DAVIKS, AGENT. The above agent has received instructions to reduce the lutes of Insurance between Honolulu and In the Pacific, and Is now prepared to Issue poll at, the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-361 FOHTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin. '. A. SCtAhFKK & Co., AGENTS. 'the above Insurance Company, has established a Oencitil Agen. here, 'mill the undersigned, General Xgents, are to take risks ugalnst the dangers the Seal at the inonl reawnable rates and on the favorable terms. 310-361 GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE Company of Berlin F, A. SCflAEFEK O t, AGENTS. Thrabovo InsuraiWe Company has estaUi.hed a General Agwic) here, and the above General Agents, autliorued to take Kisks againct the dangers of the at the mo reasonable tate, and on the most terms, 110-361 HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INJ UR- ance Company of Hamburg, A.JAEGEK.AGENT. lluiljiim, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured against Fire on the most lavoreble terms. 310-361 HAMBURG-BREMEN Company, FIRE INSURANCE F. A. SCAEFEX Co., AGENTS. I lie above firm having been appointed agents of this company aro prepared to Irsure risks against fire on Stone and Ltrick buildings and on Merchandise stored therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply at their olT.ce, 310-361 TrUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM- 1VJ. pany, of New York. S. G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 31, 1884. ..... ,$103,876,178 51 PoliLies Issued' on the Life Term and Endowment plan. 4tf NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCORPORATED 1833. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance in the United States. l'ollcle Imueil oil themoit favorable Tirmi Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $4g,ooo 310-361 NORTH -GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg. . IfACKFELD & Co., AGENTS. Capitaland Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00 " their " Ke-Insurance Companies, 33,000,00 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian uunas, are prcparea to insure liulldings, Furniture Merchandlso and Produce, Mnchinery, etc, also Suga. and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss damage by 111 e, on the most favorable terms. NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. INI OKTORATUD iSlJ. Aatet January 1st., 1884, nearly $17,-000,000. Polices Issued on the' most favorable terms, and absolutely after Two Payments. EXAMPLE OP PLAN i Insured age 33 years 30 years Endowment Plan for .ooog lniiuaf iVeiiifiim S'JJV.glfil V'l'o. Pd-up Inf. At tho end of the ad Year. $ 189.85 $ 545 3d " 461.70 840 Sth " 831.83 1,41s 6th 1,019 00 1,69s J" .97o 8th ,S3S 9tn 1,676.05 1,500 toth i.9".S ,7SS nth a.isyoo 3,005 "Ju ,'ii5",s 3'5 3th 1,683.00 3l48 ,4,S '.967.70 3.7S" '5h 3,63-9 3,945 6ti 4,65 & 1. 3'x ' th J 44S 50 4.50 19th ' 4,3-7 4.Boo sotn " 5,000.0a S.ooo ' The second and subseqeut premiums aro likely to be reduced by incixathir annual ttittrtbutions of tut. Hut. 1ST Applications can bo liadof; and full information will be given by the Agents, CASTLE cV COOKE. PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDBR C. BREWER & Co,. Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 110-361 TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg;, . HACKFELD A Co., Afinti. Capital and Reserve , Reichsmark 6,000,000. V their Re-Insurance Companies " 101,650,00a Total Reichsmark 107,650,000 1 lie Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to insure Iluildlngs, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etr also Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss or damage by lire, on the must favorable tvuns. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Globe Insurance Company, BlSJIOl'S? Co., AGENTS, ESTABISIIBU 1636. Unlimited Liability to Stockholder: Assets $37,010,913 Reserve , 7,500,000 income roi 1884; Premiums received after deduction of re- Insurance , $ 9,000 000 Losses promptly adjurtcd and paid here. 313 '64 T TNION MARINBINSURANCB COMPANY s 01 an rrancisco, CASTLE COOKE, AGENTS. Incorporated 18j. a 10-361 5hipp.nr. INTER-ISLAND STEillGnTl (Limited) THE BEST ROUTE ' To the World'Renowned Volcano of Kilauea, ''". '--" RlNt. via Punaliiu, Hawaii. each THE NtW AND STAQHCB Stmr. 1F.G. Hall Malulant.) the Capt. I1A1F.S Purser SIMEKbON, leave LEAVES HONOLULU AT 3 V, M. TRL MONTHLY OIT Tuesday, Dec. 13, Friday, Dec. 33, and Tuesday, Jan, 3, touching at Mantaea Maui about 13a. m kaiIiii. Hawaii about to, m Kealakeakua, Hawaii about noon. And other Kona r.orts. orrivimr at Punaluu at 6 P. M of tho day after lea if Honolulu, On the following morning, 3 A. M. she arrives at Uonuapo. Returning she will leave Kau at 9 A. M. 011 Monday, Dec. si. and Thursday. Dec 31. touching at alt ports, Including Maalaea, Maul, at 6 a. m., and arriving at Honolulu 3 P. M, on the day lollowing her departure from Kau. The steamer passes along the entire coast of the leiward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists a panorama of rharming Scenery, and will stop at Kealakua Day where suflicient time is allowed to visit the monument of CAPTAIN COOK. TourUts by thli route icach Punaluu at 6 o'clock r.u., on the day after leaving HONOLULU being onl) one night on the vessel, and making the entire lul, passage In smooth water. At Punaluu th-re is the finest Hotel on Hawaii, at and from here Tourists will be coitvcyed by Uaitioaa to Pahala, thence by stage coach to half-way House, where Horses and Guides will be In attendance to convey them to the Volcano. I)y this route the entire trip Is made lu fivt nl a katfdays, allowing Touiists tuo nights and one whole day at the Volcano House. THIS IS TUE ONLY GAJtltl AGE JtOUTE Tickets for the round trip $80, which pays all expenses. T AddIv to HARRY ARM1TAGE. Asent for the I. I. S. N. Cos "New Route to the Volcano," at I. J, WllliAms, Photographer, No. 103 Fort street, Honolulu; Or at Office of the I, I, S. N. Co.. on the EsoUnade, Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED) 4 S. Stmr. IF. O. Hall (Malulanl) Hates , Commander Will run regularly to Mtalaea, Maui, and Kona and Kau, Hawaii. Steamer Planter ( Lilinot) Cameron Commander Leaves every Tuesday at 5 p. M, for Nawiliwlli, Koloa. Elecle and Wafmea. Returning, will leave Nawiliwlli every Saturday at 4 r. M., arriving at every Sunday at 5 a. it. iSfcawier Itvalani, Freeman Commander Will run reiularlv to Hamoa. Maul, and Kukul haelc, Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii. Steamer C. It. Blnhop, Macauley , , Commander Leaves every Friday at 8 a. m. for Wutanae, Oahu, and Hanalet and Kilauea, Kauai, Returning eaves Ilanalei every Tuesday at 1 r, M., and touching at Walalua and Waiauae Wednesdays, and arriving at Honolulu same day. Steamer James IHahee, Weir 1 ...........iCommander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauat. For further particulars inquire at the office of Inter- isianu oicaai navigation lq , Honolulu. J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER, 143-394 Secretary. President. NAVIGATION CO. PACIFIC (limited) Coasttny and Commission Agent: Cornt, QUEEN & NUUANU Slnitt, Hoitlult. Regular vessels for the ports ol Maliko on Maui Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and Hilo on Hawaii; Koloa Hanapepe and Walmea on Kauai, and Walalua on Oahu, And any other ports when Inducements ufTer. Persons having freight for any part of the islands be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to enquire first of the Pacific Navigation Co., before making final arrangements. Goods intended for shipment by any of our vessels received and stored free of charge in our fire-proof Imldirigat anytime. Apply to the captains on board, A. F. COOKE, 'sivf Manager Pacific Navigation Co. SOHOONFaR iDOMITILA. J.PAIKO, Master, Malae, Kaneoha, lleela, Kahaluu, . hole, lf'alkan,and other J'oit onltlie Coast of Koolati, On111. --HARLES BREWER &, Lo 37 Kiluv Street, IIoston, AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS, General Commtssioii Agent: Special attention, given to tho purchasing of goods ot the Hawaiian trade, Frcirht at lowest rates. pLANTBRS' LlNIt FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ft HHEWElt .t COMPANY Agent Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal cash advances roads on ililpmenti by this line, jWjSi uSk&km&s 'ji,44mM' -' At)wMi.j.,i.,r, ;i:K 'TvyWJ v'iv. &SHjtiv'i&aBLf. - J..S&Jkgf4ii Shipping. Wilder's steamship Company. W Route to the Volcano. Via Keauhou. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE T K KTNAU . .. r....... ...--. LeaverllONOI ULU, H. I, at 4.00 o'clock-. 1. week. 1 ouching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena, Maul, Mol uxona, Kawalhae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo, Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each month, leaving Honolulu on thefirst Monday following arrival of the mall steamers from San Francisco. When the steamer arrives on Monday the KINAU wll on that day, IHSSr.NGfR TRAINS will connect with the Ktnau at Mahukona, The KINAU WILL TOUCH at Honokala and Paauhau on down trips from Hilofor Passengers If a signal Is made from the shore. The steamer KINAU v.111 make the Volcano Imp, reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Tourists two da) sand two nights at the Volcano Houie. ' Tickets for the round trip $Som, which pas all charges. The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano 'lilps. On Hilo Tri., v ill leave Hunolulu on 1 uesdays, and return Satulday raoinhg LIKEIAKE, L0RkN2EN .COMMAMDRR Leaves Mondays t J c. M for 'KaunaVakal, Knlu Huelo, liana .ind Kipaliulu; and for K01 He, and Nuu every pther week. ReturnlLg will wop the above ports, arriving lck Satuid.ij niomingt, For mails and unssenstrsonlv. vmi kjla"uea 110 v. WEH.AKTH COMMANUal. Leaves regubuty for Paauhau, Koho alele, Oolals, Kukalau, Honohina, Laupahoehoe, HaLaliu and Ono- THE LEllVA. 0av" Commander Will leave regularly for same poits as the Kilauea Hou. TllEMOKOLtl. McGrecor Oomuaniiku Leaves each Monday at 5 r. i. for Kaunakakai, K. malo, Pukoo, Lahaina, Lanal, Moanul, Halawa, Wai. lau, Peleunu and Kalaupapa. Returning leans Pukoo Fridaj at 10 A. M. for Honolulu, arrMng Saturday morning. G. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Seo'y. 341 tf Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco, The new and splendid AI Steel Steamship " MARAROA," Of .the Union Steamship Company, New Zealand will bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and Auckland on or about December 19ti; And will leave for the above port with main and pa "- wsi vs nuvut mail uuilTa Fpr freight or passage, having super'or accommodations, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agentf, For Sydney and Auckland, The O. S. S. Company's fine AI Steamship " MARIPOSA " Will be due at Honolnlu from San Francisco on or about rr Deoembeiv 25ti, And will have prompt dispatch with mails aud passengers for the above pons. For freight pr passage, having superior accooi. modstions, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents. For San Francisco, The Maijnificent Steamship " ZEALANDIA," II. WEBBER Commander Will leave for the above pott on or about JANUARY 12, 1S86. For Sydney, N. S. W. The well-known Magnificent Strautship " A. XJ S X R. A. 1- X A ," Brooch , , , Commander Will leave fur the above port un or about January Glli, 1SS6. , For freight or pn$aie, apply to 94-td II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. FOR VOKOUAMA ANU IIONGKONQ. The well-known Favorite Steamship " CITY OF SYDNEY," H. C. DEAUBORN Commander Will leave for the above ports on ot about JANUARY 5TU. For freiKhl and passage apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., 96-td Agents. New York & Honolulu Packet Line POS JIESSKS. C. II. CKOSSHAN k BCO. Will dltpatch about December 1, 1885, a First-Clai Vessel from New York for this I'oit direct. Merchants and Others Wishing to bhip by this Favorite Line will please for. ward their Orders as earl) as possible. Very Truly, r.tr., ' CASTLE & COOKE, J-n . JonoIuIii A( ml: .'' 41 I M iv M - ftKl .,1 'y el $ ,i ,.il '.l 1 ; iti HI l m m