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. 14 ?' m I T71 CH rN 'IM Daily r KKibs. . i. .J t. : M too VOL. II. NO 4. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1886. ' Hw fak !.' V WHOLE -NO. 157. WEATHER LORE. J3iofc0sioiral darbs. Uufitnccs CTnris. ghtsincss QDtrto. nsurante dtotfrec. ''' i ' '( Shipping. Shipping. s. r$ i y -ft IW t ' "N K UNRELIABILITY OP THE "OLDEST INHABITANTS A3 A PROPHET. Animals' Tnstlnctlvo Foreknowledge of IVeiither Clmuiiei Tho llruto ttou Not ltolliiblo rrniilietii Sol- 'eutlQu rrucuostlcatlous. t Chlcajro News Interview. On one of tho south avenues dwells a retired mcrclmut known to nil his friends n.8 an accurate and painstaking meteorological ohservcr. lio was found nt his homo by a repoiter and proved to bo tho possessor of an Inoxhaustiblo fund of weathcr'loro. ""What kind of a winter are we going tohavei("lio repeated "Well, I should say a cold one. As far as It is possible to forecast tho weather tho indications aro that next winter will bo unusually cold. "No; tho thick onion peel nor tho musk, rat house have no bearing on my prog, nostications. If there is anything that observation has moro completely exploded than another it is tho unreliability of tho 'oldost Inhabitant' as a weather prophet. His deduction from Hie manner lii whHi the muskrat constructs his abodo Jb iiiiio bosh. Why, last fall muskrat houses fairly lined certain parts of tho Ohio, and because thuy wero built so close to the water it was nrirued by somo that we were going to have a mild winter. Well, wo liad a very severe ono, and when snrinir camo the freshet aroo and mill ions of muskraU perished, and their houses weio washod uwuy by the Hood. NATLIUI. lUKDMl'rERS. "Hut there appears tn be somo reason to believe that animals have a certain Instinctive warning of changes in the weathor. I knew a mill mun at Sturgeon Hay, Mich., who had a hog which could foretell a storm absolutely twenty-four hours in advance of tho squall. This porker when disturbed by tho changing atmosphere would become seized with terror, aud would scamper about tho in-closure, picking up with his teeth pieces of wood and sidings ns if apparently anxious to form thorn into some protection that would shield him from tho storm. " Hut all animals act as a sortvof natural barometer, and aio endowed with a sens,o which tells them when tho atmosphere begins to bo aifected by a storm. Tamo geese, you know, 1 y and squawk boforo a storm, ana swallows anu larss soar 10 the upper regions of tho atmosphere to escapo the heavy vapors that precede a storm. Birds always anoint themselves on tho anDcarance of rain, so us to scnuio their feathers from molsturo that they may be able to ily higher than usual. Then domestic cattlo by their restlo33nessncss foretell tho coming of a change in tho weather. Tho atmosphcie is gcuorally heavier on account of the electric vapor that ariso, henco their hritablllty. For the samo reason the man troubled with a bad corn is likowise mado to iccl the change llorses rub themselves, shako their heads, aud snult tho air by turning up their noses; dogs throw up tho earth with their paws; the littlo nnt labors diligently and the bees keep near their hives, and all bee iuso tho increasing weight of the atmosphero foretells tho coming atmospheric disturbance. SCIE.N'TiriC OlfaEUVATION. "Hut it is not given to tho bruto creation to prophesy concctly tho duration of winter nor Its degreo of cold. Only patient study of the weather phenomenon will aid in doing this, but o.cnat tho present day our knowledge on tho subject is not equal to tho task, and oftentimes prognostications based on scientific observation aud calculation have proved to bo mislcadidg. The utmost that can be maintained up to date is that "tho annual meau tempcraluic is almost uniform year in and year out. Tho weather record for the past quartor of a century is proof of this, and, excluding lo5U, 1857, 1875, 1883 years of unusually low temporaturo it will bo found that tho highest annual mean is but 1.8 degrees above tho meau of tho period, and the lowest but 1.3 degrees, or, including both, It will only reach 4 degrees. "Dr. Loomls, an authority on declares that, relying upon tie constancy of climate, which has been established by observation we may nmitlct the nrobablo treuerabcUatacter of any month of tho year. iTUe climato'Qf.a( country remains permanently iue 'samo from ago to age. " White of Hie In Obstinate Diarrhoea. Medlc.il Cotnp'iidlitm.) From the Allg. Meg. Cent. Zelt., we learn that Cell! has recently called atteullun to the curative properties of tho albumen of liens' eggs In sovcro diarrheal affections. In a discussion bofoio a medical socioiy of Rome he advocated its use, and related two cases of chronic enteritis and diarrh a which, having resisted all treatment, speedily made complete recoveries uuder the use of egg albumen. The samo diet Is strongly recommended in tho diarrh a accompanying febrile ca hexla, aud In that of phthisia Tho whites of eight or ten eggs aro beaten up and mado into an emulsion with a pint of water. This is to bo tnkt u in divided quantities duiiug the day. Jloro may bo given if desired. Thu insipid tasto can uo improved with lemon, anise, or sugar. Iu caso of colic, a few drops of tincture of opium may bo addeu. The "Alulfl'i. It., lef." ,C1 Icuo Tl uei Austin, Nov., is 0000 feot abovo sea level, and the grado of tho railroad that is liuiH to It is from six to elnrht feut tn tho 100. Tho engine that will go up this steep ascent Is called tho ' .Mule's reltof, ' and tho townspeople explain that this name was given it because it has taken tliu place of tho mules that used to haul the cars iuto tho city. Hastening the HutclilUK. OiIcuko Ubi'k d, Tho practical men on tho United States ilsh commission have discovered thut the hau hlug of shad's eggs may bo hastened from ten to fifteen hours by placing Ihe eggs in bright, shallow pans, under tho direct rays of tho sun. Tho ilsh thus hatched into life are no less haidy thau those hatched without forcing procofe. An Old Cnllego Iirp;iitntli . An old roRulatlon at Yalo is that a -Indent shall lift his hat at a distant e if leu rods from tho president, eight fi out u and live from a tutor A Chlneso Btuto bauquet sometimes reaches courses. CLARKNCKWIIURK OL(IRV VAILLANCOURT - ASHFOKD. ASIIFORU. A SHFORD & ASHFORD. Attorneys, Counsellor, Solicitors, Advocates, Proctors, Conveyancers, Ktc, OrncE "Honolulu Hale," adjoining shop alfred magoon. attorn ry at law. No. 41 Merchant Street, Honolulu. DR. A. McWAYNE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. The OrriCE and Rfsidknce 34 Alalia street. Okfick Hours 9 to 11 a. m.; 6 to 8 r. m. 159-284 -EO. L, BABCOCK, Teacher of the. l'lano forte, The I'he Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., I No. 105 Fokt St. .' Honolulu. D. Residfnce No, n Emma street. 337-288 Ihe Ihe Dr. T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dental Rooms on Fort Street, Honolulu II. I. Olfice in Hrewer's Illock, corner Hotel and Fort Streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 310-261 No. JOHN H. PATY, Votary 1'ubttc anil Commission of Deals, For the States of California and New York. Office at the Hank of Uishop & Co. Honoiulu, Oahii, H.I. 310-261 T A THURSTON. (Successor to smith & thurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Streei Honolulu 356-07 DOCKING, M. D L. R. C. P., L. M T L. S. A., M. K. C. S.. England, &c. 1'UYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Residence, White House, No. 118 Nuuanu Street. L. 10 till 12, noon; Office Hours; s till 3 p.m.; 6 till 7 P. M. Sundays, 9 till 10 A. M. Hawaiian Bell Telephone No. 3. 143.1m P. P. GRAY, M. D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. 9 to 10 a. M. Office Hours; 2 to 4 p, m. 7 to 8 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 A. M. RESIDENCE, cor. Kinau and Pensacola Sts. 234-285 N. B. EMERSON, PHYSICIAN AND .surgeon. Office and Residence- No. 196 Fort Street. (8 to 10 A. M. Office Hours. . i to 3 P. M. U30 to 7:30 P. M. Telephone No. 149. U. DOLE, Counsellor at Lair and Notary Public, OFFICE, No. 15, Kaahumanu Street Honuiuiu 356-307 TXT R. CASTLE Attorney at I.aiv and Notary Public. No. 19, Merchant Strket Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-261 gJusmcss davb A W. PEIRCE fit Co. Ship Chandlers and Commission Mer. chants. No. 15 Queen St., Honoiulu. Agents lor Brand's Guns and Bomb Lances and Perry Davis' Pain Killer. , , 210-261 AL. SMITH, ,v , Importer and" Dealer In Glassware, 1 UtirMen Jlrackets, ' No. 83 Fort- Stkrft ,.,. ....... Honolulu King's Combination Spectacles and Ceglavses, I.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy oans, Picture Frames. Woslenholm's Pocket Cutlery, 11. I. Chase's Island ievs, Clark's Spool Cotton, MuLlune 'Oil, all kinds of Machine Needles, "Domestic" Paper Fashions. Sole agent of the universally acknowledged Light Running Domestio Sewing Machine. ' t 210-261 DISHOP & CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Daw Exchange on THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO. And their agents in NEW YORK, BOSTON, (PARIS. FRANKFORT-ON-THE-MAIN, AND Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD & 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, VICIOIUA, AUSTRALIA. I he BANK OF NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND, And its branches in CHRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN, AND WELLINGTON THE BANK Or BRITISH COLUMBIA, PORTLAND, OR, The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, The CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON AUSTRALIA AND CHINA. HONGKONG, CHINA, AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, nd 7ransai( a General Banking Business. an-286 C BREWER & Limited,) COMPANV, General MercantlteandComnitsslon Agents Qukkn Stiikkt, Honolulu. C. Jones, jr., president and manager; Joseph O, Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors ! 11 m.a.i... 11 . iii.i.An .nj ... 11 A ., ., r w .. v 1I,M,IC .J,I,V BUM WD,,,, , - II1UIIS. auditor. E. WILLIAMS, Importer and Dealer in Furnltuie of Every Description, Also Upholsterer anil Manufacturer. Furniture Warcrooms No. m Fort Street. Work at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. the CASTLE & COOKE, T Shipping and Commission Merchants, 80 Kino Street Honoluli IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Real Agents tor Hitchcock S. Company's Plantation. The Alexander & Ilaldwin Plantation. It. Halstead, or Waialua Plantation. A. II. Smith & Company, Koloa( Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui. The Haiku Sugar Company. The Kohala sugar Company. , Hamakua Plantation T Union Insurance Company ol San Franicsco. New England Life Insurance Company of llostoi, lie Hlake Manufacturing Company of Uoston M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines. New York and Honolulu Packet Line. Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco Ja nes & Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox k Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company. Wheeltl & Wilson's Sew ins Machines. T pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co Impoiters and Commission Merchants, No. 48 Qukkn Sthrkt Honolulu Oaiiu, II 310-261 T C. ROWE ED House and Sign Painter, Paper Hanger, etc. No, 107 King Street Honolulu 211-262 p O. HALL & SON (Limited) IMPORTERS AND DEALRRS IN Hardware and Oeneral Merchandise, Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu officers: William W. Hall '. . . President and Manager C. Abies Secretary and Treasurer W.F.Allen Auditor Directors Thon.as May, t. O. White C A. SCHAEFER at Lo. Importer anil Commission Merchant, No. 20 Merchant Street Honolulu 210-261 pjRANK GERT2 Hoof: ntif! Shoemaker. Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Fort Street. Honolulu 310-261 O H. OEDING, Express aud Drayman. Office. No. 81 King Street. Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oaliu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from all parts of Honolulu and iciuity. Careful attention paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 86. House Telephone. No. 00. 339-390 a. W. SIACfARLANK, II. R. MACFARLANK Q. W. MACFARLANE & CO. Importers, Comuilsslou Merchants and Sugar Factors. Fire-proof Building Queen street, Honolulu. agents for Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J. Fowler 4; Go's bteain Plow and Portable Tramwaj 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 Ixjndon 243-294 TT HACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents, Cor. Fokt anu Queen Stkkkt Honolul 210-261 McINTYRE & BROTHER H Grocery and Feed Store. Cor. King and Fort Sts ... Honolulu 210-261 rjOLLISTER & Co. Wholesale and Retail Druggists and Tobacconists. No. 59, Nuuanu St: est Honolulu 210-261 TTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., Steam Engines, Hollers, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Iron, llrass and Lead Castings. Honolulu H. I Machinery of every description made to order articular attention paid to bhp'i Blacksmith) ng. ob work executed on the shortestnotice. 210-261 tJUSTACE & ROBERTSON, Draymen. All orders for cartage promptly attended to. Partt cular attention paid to the Stoking anii Shitfing of goods in transit to the other Islands. Also, Black Sanu anu Wiiitr Sand in quantities 10 suit at lowest prices. Office No. 46 Queen street, adjoining auction rooms of E. P. Adams & Co. Mutual Telephone No, '9 OHN T. WATERHOUSE I Impoi ter and Dealer in General Mer- ehandlse. No. 25-31 Qukrn STHrm , Honolulu 210-361 M. OAT, JR. & CO. J Stationers and News Dealers, Red Rubber Stamp Agency Gazsttu 111 ock No.5 Mhrciiant Sthbrt -106 Honolulu 11, I. c. HUSTACE, FORMERLY WITH BOLLES & CO.) Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 111, Kino Street Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short one notice. New goods bv every steamer. Orders from other Island faithfully executed. Telephone No. no 8 B. WISEMAN, Ileal Estate Jlroker and Employment llureau. Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases Estate in all parts of the Kidgdom. Employment found for those seeking work in all the various branches of business connected with these Islands. t3T N. U, Legal Documents drawn, Bills collected, Books and Accounts kept, and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions moderate. Honolulu, II 1, AINE & Co., Commission Merchants, des Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General Produce. Honolulu H. I. 210-261 EWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Lewers & Dickson,) of Importers and Dealers In Lumber and all kinds of Materials. 82 Fort Strkp.t Honolulu 210-261 AHLO. Dealer In Itlce, Tea, Silks and Fancy (I noils, Hats, Hoots and are Shoes, liran, feed and Flour, dinars and Tobacco. Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, fioolau, Waipio Ewa, and Heeia. Cor. Nuuanu and Chaplain Sts Honolulu i. 200-260 J- LYONS, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Corner Fort and Qukbn Stmsets, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Heal Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for American and European merchandise. 232-283 PHILLIPS & Co. M Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc. No. 10 Kaahumanu Street Honolulu 210-261 S. GR1NBAUM & CO... M V Importers of General Merchandise and Commission Merchants, Queen Street ....Honoluiu. II. I No. 124 California street, San Francisco, Cat. M. A. GONSALVBb. E. HUTCHINSON. IWT A. GONSALVES & CO. Wholesale Grocers and iriiie Merchants, Heaver Block, Queen Street. Honolulu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. 268. DACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importers and Dealers in Uardieare, Cut lery, 1001s, Paints anJ Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honoluli 210-261 WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN THE vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or short periods on approved security. Apply to W, L. GREEN, Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager 244-205 HEO. H. DAVIES & Co. T Kaahumanu Street Honolulu General and Commission Merchants. AGENTS FOR Lloyds, British and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, Northern Assurance Companv (Fire and Life), ' Pioneer" Line of Packets, Liverpool to Honolulu. Liverpool Office ....Nos 12 and 13 The Albany 97-iy npHOS. G. THRUM, IMI'OIUING AND MANUFACTURING Stationer, Printer, Hook-binder, etc., And publisher of the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual. Dealer in Fine Stationery, Books, Music, Tojs and Fancy Goods. Fort Street. Near Hotel, Honolulu 241-261 7- F. ALLEN. w 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. 20-!) r CLAUS SPRECKBLS. WM. G 1KW., M. G. IRWIN & CO.; w Sugar Factorsand Commission Agents. Honolulu ; II. 1 18-if ILLIAM McCANDLESS w Dealer in Choicest Reef, Veal, Mutton, Etc, No. 6 Quuen Fish Market. Family and Shipping orders carefully attended to. Live stock lurnisned to vessels at snort aotlce. Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. TfLEPIIONK , . , , . No 12, 258-501) O WEST, II. M, DOW, c, w, MACPAKIANB W EST, DOW & CO., Importers and Dealors in all kinds of Music, Fancy and Junauesa Goods. Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors, Paintings, Chromos and Toys, Picture Frames an'd Cornices to order, Moving and repairing Furniture a speciality. No. 105 Fokt Struct Honolulu 240-291 A S. CLEGHORN & Co, . Importers aud Dealers in General Merchandise, Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. 210-261 ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC Mutual Life Insurance Company, OF CALIFORNIA. ' S. G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 3r, 1884 $1,363,000 Policies issued against. Accident for one day up to year, TDOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 210-261 OREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCHAEFF.R & Co., Aftxti. Also acents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters, Vienna Board of Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 210-261 R1TISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR Bs ance Company. (Limited) TItEO . DAVIES, AQENT, 'Ihe above atrent has received instructions to re duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 310-261 GENERAL INSURANCE FORTUNA of Berlin. F. A. SCHAEFER fr Co. AGENTS. The above Insurance Company, has established a General Agency here, and the undersigned, General Agents, arc authorized to take risks against the dangers the Seas at the most reasonable rates and on the most favorable terms. 210-261 LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE GERMAN Companv of Berlin F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The aboyc In'urance Company has established a General Agency here, and the above signed, General Agents, authorized to take Risks against the dangers of tht Seas at the most reasonable tates, and on the most favorable terms. FIRE x. ance Company or Hamburg. A. JAEGER, AGENT. Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured against r ire on tne most lavorabie terms. 310-261 TY AMBURG-BREMEN FIRE INSURANCE P. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGENTS. The above firm havinc been anoointed acents 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 apply at ineir omcc. 210-201 UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM- Ml pany, of New York. S, G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 31, 1884 $103,876,178 31 Policies issued on the Life Term and Endowment plan. , v 4.if ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR NEW ance Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCORPORATED X835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the united States. Policies Issued on the most Favorable Terms Losses paid through Honolulu Agency, $49,000 210-201 ORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg-, . HACKFELD & Co., AGENTS. Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 8,830,00 ' their Re-Insurance Companies, ' 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 nie, on the most favorable terms. 210-261 ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE NEW Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. INI ORPORATED 1835. Assets Januaiy 1st,, 1884, nearly Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely Non-Forfeitable after Two Payments. EXAMPLE OF PLAN i Insured age 35 years 20 years Endowment Plan for $5,000 liiiiiml Premium $242.60 VT'e. Pd-up Ins. : id Year. $ .89.85 $ $45 3d " 462.70 840 5th ' 831.85 i.j.s otn 1,0.9 .o95 7th ' 1.970 8th "..35 $in ' 1,676.05 1,500 soth 'i 1,911.65 2,755 "& !! .S7 9 3.S "& MI '2S 13th 1,685.00 3,48. 4th .9$7.7 3.7" jjih 3,3-9 3.94S ,6 . 45 'Z4 ! 4.3So ' 18th 4,148 50 4,590 19th ' 4,613.70 4,8oo 20th " 5,000.00 5,ooo The second and subaeqeut premiums are likely to be reduced by increatut? annual distributions 0 sm ilus. 3T Applications can be had of ; and full Information win ue Riven uy mc ncuis, 256-26; CASTLE & COOKE, PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER! writers. C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 210-261 FIHE INSURANCE TRANSATLANTIC Hamburg, . HACKFELD & CV.( 4gttt. Capita! and Reserve Reichsmark 6,ooo,c their Re Insurance Companies " 101,650, 000 Total Reichsmark 107,650,000 The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian Islands, are prepared to insure Huildings, Furniture, Merchandise and Produce, Machinery, etc. also Sugar and Rice Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss or damage by lire, on mc most 1 avorauie lei nis. 0-261 LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND THE Globe Insurance Company, BISIIOP&Co. AGENTS. ESTAblSMEU 1836 tlldmired Liability to Stockholders. Asseta 537.010,913 Reserve 7,500,000 INCOME PUR 1S84; Premiums received after deduction of re insurance $ 9,000.000 Losses inptly adjusted and paid here. 213-264 UNION MARINEINSURANCBCOMPANY of San Francisco, CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. Incorporated 1875. 10-261 I STEAM NAVIGATION (Limited.) THE BEST ROUTE X To the World-Renowned Volcano of Kilauea, Via Puiialiiu, Hawaii. KlN(. each Maui, THE NEW AND STAUNCH Stmr. W. G. Jlttll Malvlani.) the Capt. BATES Purser SIMERSON. LEAVES HONOLULU AT 3 P. M. TRI. leave MON1IILV Otf Tuesday, March. 9, touching at Maalaea Maui about 12 a. in Kailua, Hawaii about 10 a. m. Kealakeakua, Hawaii , about noon. And other Kona ports, arriving at Punaluu at 6 P. M of the day after lea vine Honolulu. On the following morning, 5 A. M, she arrives at Honuapo. Returning she will eavc Kau at 7 A. M. on Mon day, March 15th, touching at all way ports, including .uaj4crt, iu.ui, .u u u. in., aim arriving ai nonoiuiu 3 P. M. on the day lollowing her departure from Kau. The steamer nasses alone th ntir, ma.t nf tli leeward side of Hawaii, affording Tourists a panorama of charming Scenery, and will stop at Kcalakua Bay wncrc suiucicni nine is allowed to visit the monument of CAPTAIN COOK. Tourists bv this route reach Punaluu at 6 o'clock r.M.. on the dav after leavim? IiONflI.1II.il Vwinc only one night on the vessel, and making the entire passage in smootn water. A PltMAttlll t!lr I. llm Kn.tl IIk.mI n if. ....I! and from here Tourists will be conveyed by Railroad lui, to Pahala, thence by stage coach Jo Half-way House, "sic iuia.iiiu vjuiucs win uc in uiicuuancc 10 convey at them to the Volcano. By this route the entire trip is made in five and a half days, allowing; Tourists two nights and one whole day at the Volcano House. THIS IS THE ONLY CARRIAGE ItOOTE Tickets for the round trip $80, which pas all expenses. 3T Apply to HARRY ARMITAGE, Acent for the I. I. S. N. Co.'s "New Route to the Volcano," at I. J. Williams, Photographer, No. 102 Tort street, Honolulu; Or at Office of the I. I. S. N. Co., on the Esplanade. Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED). Stmr. W. O. Hall (Mululanl) S. Bates Commit, der Will run regularly to Maalaea, Maui, and Kona and Kau, Hawaii. Steamer ....Commander Leaves every Tuesday at 5 P. M. for Nawiliwilt, Koloa, Ejeele and VaWea. Returnin;, will leave NawiliwiH every Saturday at 4 P. M., arriving at Honolulu, cver Sunday at 5 a. m. Steamer Iwalani, Freeman Commander Will run regularly to Hamoa, Maui, and Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii. Steamer C. Jf, lilshon, Macaulky , Commander Leaves even Friday at .. SI. for Walanae. uanu, ana uaiuuet, ana Kliaueu, rvauai. Keturning leaves Hanalii every Tuesday at 4 P. M., and touching .11 waiaiua iinu vtaianae Wednesdays, and arriving at Honolulu same day. Steamer James Makee, Wkir Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. For further particulars inquire at the offiie of Inter-island Steam Navigation Co., Honolulu. J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER, 243-204 Secretary. President. NAVIGATION CO. PACIFIC 1 (limited) Coasting aud Commission Agents. Corner QUEEN & NUUANU Streets, Honolulu Regular vessels for the ports ol Mahko on Maui Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and Hilo on Hawaii; Koloa Hanapepe and Waimea on Kauai, and Waialua on Oahu, And any other ports when inducements offer. Persons having freight for any part of the islands to be forwarded from San Francisco bv way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en quire first uf the Pacific Navigation Co., before making final arrangements. Goods intended for shipment by any of our vessels received and stored free of charge tn our fire-proof bnilding at any time, Apply to the captains on board, or to A. F. COOKE, iiltf Manascr Pacific Navigation Co. NEXT VESSEL. Clias. Brewer & Co.'s Lino of Boston Pnoltets. Shippers will please take notice that the fin"; bark, " EDWARD MAY " Will sail from Boston for this port on 01 about APRIL 1st next. For Particulars, apply to C. BREWER & CO., Queen Street, Or to CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilbv Street, Boston, Mass, lavimo CHARLES BREWER & Lo 27 KlLBY STREET, DOSTON, AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS. General Commission Agents. Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO, C. BREWER JJ COMPANY Agents Merchandise icctivcd Storage Free, and liberal cash I dvn,cej Hde on shipments by this line. a 19 U r's fX.nsa:iTEr).) New Route to the Volcano Via Keauhou. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE T E KIN AC , COMMANDK Leaves HONOI ULU, H. I. at 4.00 o'clock r. H week. Touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena, Mai u ona, Kawaihae, Laupahoehoe and Hilo, Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each month, leaving Honolulu on the first Monday following arrival of ihe mail steamers from San Francisco. When the steamer arriesbn Monday the KINAU wil on that day, PSSENGLR RAINS will connect with the Kinau at Mahukona" Ihe KINAUWIL'L TOUCH at Honokaia and Paauhau 011 down trips from Hilo for Passengers if a signal is made fromthe shore, The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Tourists two days and two nights at the Volcano House. Tickets for the round trip $50 00, which paj s all charges. The KINAU will arrive in Honolulu Sunday mornings on Volcano Trips. On Hilo Trips, will leave Honolulu on Tuesdays, and return Saturday morning. LIKELIKU. ( j Lorknzun. i , Commamder Leaves Mondays at 5 r. M for Kaunnkakai, Kahu Huelo, Hana and Kipahulu ; and for Keanae, Mo kulau and Nuu every other week. Returning w ill stop the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings. For rnails and passengers onlv. ., Till! KILAUEA HUV. Weisbarth Command r Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalete, Ooka'a, Kukaiau, Honohina, Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and THE LEHVA. rUviES Commander Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kilauea Hou. THE MOKOLI1. McGregor Commandkk Leaves each Monday at 5 p. M. for KaunaWakai, Ka malo, Pukoo, Lahaina, Lanai, Moanui, llalawa, Wai lau, Peleuuu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday at jo A. M. for Honolulu, arriving Saturday morning. G. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE, Sec'y. 2Stf OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco, The new and splendid AI " MARAROA," Of the Union Steamship Company, wilt be due at Honolulu from Sidney and AucMand on or about March 13 th. And will leave for the above port with mails and pas sengers on or about that date. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO., io7td Agents. For Sydney and Auckland, The new and fine AI Steamship, " MARIPOSA " Of the Oceanic Steamship Co., wll be due at Honolulu from San Francisco on or about March 20th. And will have prompt dispatcli with mails and passengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to WM. G. IRWIN & CO. 123-td Agents. For San Francisco. 4Jflfcfe The Magnificent Steamship " ZEALANDIA," II. WEBBER Commander Will leave for the above port on or about March 10th, For Sydney, N. S. W. The well-known Magnificent Steamship "AUSTRALIA," BROUGII Commapilei Will leave for the aloe pott on or about Mnroh 13th. For freight or passage, apply to II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents JT. JT. "Williams, No. 102 FORT STREET. Loading Photographer of ' Honolulu. WORK FINISHED IN "Wutor Colors. Crayon, India Ink 01- Oil Photo. Coloi'tnl. &rv The only complete collection ol , ' Inland Views, Femi, SholV & 9 Chanen JModevute. VI 4 M il W f 1