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?TS X J I V V" WjTV . ' 22mm2 & Daily Press. VOL. II. NO 23. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1886. & WHOLE NO. 176. ' EVOLUTION OF THE LAMP. Origin mill Cliniicos or tlio ropulnr and Uofnl HoiisolioM Ornmuent. I IBoston Globe. " As used by tho Egyptians, Qrcoks, ind Hebrews, Inmps wore simply lint vossols, round or oblong In sbnpo, at ono end of which was a small handle, at tho other a nozzle, and with a largo opening in tho ccntor, into which tho oil was poured. Tho oil commonly used was vegetable, but, according to Pliny, somotiincs of liquid bitumen. Thcso lamps, mnuy of very olognnt form and ornamentod with fanciful designs, were hung by chains to bronzo candelabra. Tarontum'nnd .Eglna wore especially famed for making them of great oleganca Among tho Canadian French tho samo low, oval, metallic vessels, furnished as in early days -with a handle at ono end and a nozzlo at the other, may still bo scon, Bomo aro made to bo carried in tho hand, whllo others aro suspended by chains in the middle of tho room. Tho Hebrews kept their lamps burning all night, and this custom Is still in voguo in Aleppo and Egypt From tho earliest times until within about a century the lamp romaijed about tho same, consisting Blmply of oil and a wick in somo kind of a vessel. A complete ro . olutlon in aril cial light was caused by tho Invention of M. Ami Argand, in 174, of a burner with a circular wick. Tho llamo was thus supplied with an outer and inner current of air. Arcand was also tho Invontor of a glass chimney, as applied to his and other lamps. Tho bo called astral lamps wcro provided with these circular wicks, tho reservoir for tho oil being arranged in tho form of a hollow ring, enveloping tho central stand that supported the burner. In consequenco of tho peculiar shape given to tho ring tho lamp cast no shadow at a llttlo distance off. An Ingonious pieco of clockwork machinery was dovised by Carcel, in 1800, for pumping the oil from tho resorvoir at tho foot of tho lamp up to tho burner, and thus supplying it nlwavs from tho samo point. This lamp afterward slightly improved by 6thers, was In many respects tho most perfect of these contrivances, but its great cost prevented its general adoption. It was, furthermore, so largo and heavy that it could bo moved only with dllllculty, and tho very complicated nature of Its mechanism required access to skilled workmen to keep it in repair. A modification of tho Carol lamp, known as the Diacon, was long popular in this country. In 1787 Teler lieir made tho great In ventlon since fully developed by Aron-son of raising tho supply of .oil by means of another fluid with specific gravity greater than oil. This fluid was generally a mixture of salt and water. The "automaton, " invented by Porter In 1801, was very ingenious. The lamp was suspended on an axis, counterbalanced by a weight, so that it hung level when full, but at an angle of 45 degrees whon empty, thus .being fed evenly by tho gradual ascent of the bnrners. In 1822 Samuel Parker, Jr., made an Important improvement, tho fixing of French chlnv neys upon burners by means of metal supports. Tho difficulty of distinguishing botween tho countless inventions to lamps and thoso referring to general illumination does not appear great prior to 18G5, when tho production of greatly stimulated the study of practical methods of generating light It Is remarkable that tho invention of Hero of Alexandria, in which tho oil was raised by water, Involves tho pressuro rlnc!plo, since developed In noarly a lundrcd forms. It is adapted to any kind of in ammable fluid, and whllo burning may bo rolled upon tho ground, upset, or rovcrsed for any timo without danger. It is interesting to note that tho most important recent inventions in lamps aro chiefly American. A full description of them all would occupy volumes; but it is safe to say that no other household articlo has undergone so many and such marked changes in the past century 0,3 tho lamp. Temperature and Moisture In Mine. New York Sun. Somo experiments lately made In an English coat mine, relating to temperature and moisturo at different seasons, show somo interesting facts. Tho hydrometer was placed as nearly as possible) equidistant from roofT sides, and floor, and tho highest and lowest temperatures obsorved wcro, In summer, 88 dogrces 02 minutes, and in wiutcr, 84 degrees 03 minutes. Tho greatest and smallest amount of moisture in a cubic foot of air from tho first working place to tho return air was, in summer, 11,1 grains !, and In winter, 0.55 grains 8'. Tho observations showed how quickly and readily the air assumed the temperature of the surrounding strata, which was, of course, independent of surface toraporaturo, and that tho difference) botween tho quantity of vapor in a cubic foot of air on tho surface and in tho return air was greater tho lower tho temperature was on tho surface. Tho colder tho air tho less moisture it contained, and its absorbing power for moisture, and consequently Its drying power, iucreased tho hotter ft became. A Collcco student's Trunk. ITexai SifilnTS.) If thore Is anything Old Naco Is proud of it is his ability to lift heavy burdens. Ho can carry wlthcasoa trunk which few other men can lift IIo is employed In tho family of Judgo nlvorly of Bronhnm, - whoso son Fred is a student at tho Unl versity of Texas. "When Fred loft homo for the university his careful mother had packod an immonsu trunk for him to tako with him. Old Naco insisted on carrying the heavy trunk to tho dopok which feat he accomplished without dllllculty. wuun mention ucgau i'rea Bnlvorly, who had been leading a rather fast Hfo at the university, returned to his native , town. Old Nnco was on hand to carry his trunk. Ho spit on his hands, and, remarking "Jess watch mo yank dat ar trunk on my shoulder, " ho loaned over, seized tho handles, and made a mighty effort Next moment ho was standing on his head with his feet in tho air, and the trunk was lying some distance oil wide open, Thoro was nothing lu It but a and a paper collar. Tho Cattle Handles. Twenty years ago $1,000,000 would cover tho amount invested In cattlo ranches in this country. Now is reckoned at $100,000,000. JImo. Modjeska ouco said that Mary Anderson would never bo a great actres until sho hud been disappointed In love. The salary of a good designer In .jewelry Is $4,000 a year. ,. ' i flrofcoBionnl OTnvbs. CLARKNCIE Wtl.DMl VOLNBV VAILLANCOURT ASIIPOR1). ASMPORD. A SHFORD & ASHFORD. Attorneys, Counsellors, Solicitors, rates, Proctors, Conveyancers, lite. OrriCF "Honolulu Hale," adjoining Port-office. D R. A. McWAYNB, physician 'and surgeon. Oeriin anu Alakea street" Onlcn Hours 4 to iim.m.; 6lo8r. m. 859-284' -EO. L. BABCOCK, Teacher of the Piano-forte, Address, care Messrs. West, Dow & Co., No. 105 Fort St. Honolulu. Residence No, n Emma street. 337-388 t alfred magoon". attorn hy at law. 41 Merchant Street, Honolulu. T M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S. Dental Rooms on Fort Street. HoNOM'Llf , I Office In HreMr' rtlrtt ....... 1 r. -. c, ........ . -. .' wins, ,uici aim rori streets, entrance on Hotel Street. 210-261 J OHN H PATY, Notary Public and Commission of Deeds, PnpiliBCr.i.. nrn.vr r. ..r, .. . at the Hank of Bishop & Co. Honoiulu, Oaiiu, H. I. T A THURSTON. (Successor to smith & tiiurston) Attorney at Law, No. 38 Merchant Street , Honolulu 256-07 P P. GRAY, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,' Office, next door to the Honolulu Library. , y iu IO A. M. Office Hours: 3 to 4 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 910 11 a. m. RESIDENCE, cor. Kinau and Pensacola Sts. 234-285 O B. DOLE, Counsellor at T.aio and Notary Public, OFFICE, No. ij, Kaahumanu Street. ..Honolulu 356-307 w R. CASTLE Attorney at T.aw and Votary Public. No. :9, Merchant Street Honolulu Attends all the Courts of the Kingdom. 310-361 UuBincaB fflm'bs. A L. SMITH, Importer and Dealer In Glassware, ll tHltl n 4J If ....... llfi. 1 mar ' w ..,( y,tVvij tuicti nave, JlntckctH, Vases, No. 83 Fout Stkkbt...., Honolulu t .....a V tit r. ""acies anu fcycg asses, W , . vT"? n"1?' Fran?' Soas"' Picture " eL ";, "omesuc .Taper fashions, bole agent of the universally acknowledged Light-Running Domestic Sewing Machine. 310-261 E. WISEMAN, Ileal Estate Broker and Employment Dureau. Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases Real Estate in all parts of the Kidgdom. Employ, ment found for, those seeking work in all the various branches or business connected with these Islands. 2T N, II. -Legal Documents drawn, Kills collected, .rn. "i A,ccount,i ept, and general office woii. transacted. Patronage solicited. Commissions mod- Honolulu, H 1. XTILLIAM McCANDLESS Dealer In Choicest ISeef, Veal, Mutton, Etc. No. 6 Queen Street, Fish Market. Tamily and Shlpping'orders carefully attended to. Live Stock furnished to Vessels at short notice. Vegetables of all kinds supplied to order. Tei ephone , jo 13. 358-109 G WEiT, II. M. DOW, c. W. MACFARLANE DOW & CO., Importers and Dealers In all hinds of Muile, Fancy and Ounanesn Goods. Furniture of all kinds. Sewing Machines, Mirrors, Paintings, Chromos and Toys, Picture Frames and Cornices to order. Moving and repairing Furniture a speciality. No. 105 Fort Street , Honolulu 240-391 OISHOP & CO., Bankers Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Draw Exchange on TUP. BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO. , NEW YORK, BOSTON, PARIS. FRANKFORT-ON-THE-MAIN. Ann Messrs. N M. ROTHSCHILD & SONS, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. OK SYDNEY, LONDON. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO OF SYDNEY, SYDNEY, N. S, W. The COMMERCIAL BANKING CO. w oiKm.r, niE.L.IIOlJKNE, VICTORIA. AIISTUAI.IA. The IHNK OF NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND, And Its branches in CIIRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN, ANn wri t iwfiTnw int. HANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, i'UKILAND, OR, The AZORES AND MADEIRA ISLANDS. STOCKHOLM, SWfcDEN, The CHARTERED BANK OF LONDON AUSTRALIA AND CHINA. HONGKONG, CHINA, AND YOKOHAMA, JAPAN. iramatt a Central Banking Business, 3-386 JJttsittCflB Qtnxias. - B. WILLIAMS, Importer and Dealer in Furniture of Every Description, Also Upholsterer and Manufacturer. Furniture Warerooms No. 111 Fort Street. Workshop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptly attended to. 342-303 ASTLE & COOKE, Jttlliiir 1d Co mm Isslon JTercIi ants, No. 80 Kino Street Honolum importers and dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Agents lor The Hitchcock & Company's Plantation. ,.c ...cAuuucr pc uaiuwin rjaiiation. R. Halsteadj, or Waialua Plantation. A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai. J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui. The Haiku Sugar Company. The Kohala Sugar Company. Hamakua Plantation n.. Tt 1 1 . . n auc uiiiuii insurance company 01 aan rramesco. I!115 N.ew England Life Insurance Company of Boston . . HltA Hill. f N- A ..... -'"'"-"' 01 uoston D. M. Veston"s Patent Centrifugal Machines. The New York and Honolulu Trcket Line. '1 he Merchant's Line, Honolulu and San Francisco P,r Jaynes & Son's Celebrated Medicines. Wilcox tt Gibb's Singer Manufacturing Company. Wheelei & Wilson's Sewine Machines. C BREWER & COMPANY, Limited.) General Mercantlleand Commission Agents Queen Street, Honolulu. OfficersP. C. Jones, jr., president and manager J Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors : Hons. Charles R. Bishop and H. A. P. Carter; W. F. Allen auditor. 31V384 E D. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co Importers and Commission Merchants. No. 48 Queen Street Honolulu Oahu, H I 210-261 t? O. HALL & SON (Limited) IMPORTERS AND dealers in Uardteare and General Merchandise, Corner of Kino and Fort Streets, Honolulu officers: Wort Hall President and Manager :.!? Secretary and Treasurer W.F..AlIen.... Auditor Directors Thon.as May, E. O. White 146-307 "P A. SCHAEFER t4 Co. Importers and Commission Merchants, No. so Merchant. Street Honolulu pRANK GERTZ Doot and Shoemaker. Boots and Shoes made to Order. No. 103 Fort Street. Honolulu 210-261 P H. oeding. Express and Drayman. Office. No. 81 Kins; Street. Residence. No. 47 Pnnchbowl Steret. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Freight, Packages, and Baggage delivered to and from all partstof Honolulu and vicinity. Careful at- tentiou paid to moving Furniture, with WAGONS EXPRESSLY FOR THE PURPOSE. Office Telephone. No. 86. House Telephone. No. 00. 239-390 G. W. MACFARLANE, It. R. MACFARLANE Q- W. MACFARLANE & CO. Importers, Commission Merchants and Sugar Faotors. fire-proof Building Queen street, Honolulu. AGENTS FOR Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co, Hawaii, J. Fowler & Co's Steam Plow and Portable Tramwa Works, Leeds, Mirrless, Watson & Co's Sugar Machinery, Glasgow Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets, London and Honolulu Line of Steamers, Sun Fire Office of London 343-294 TT HACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents. Cor. Fort and Queen Streets ..Honolul 310-261 TT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER' Grocery and Feed Store. Cor. King and Fort Sts..." ...Honolulu 310-261 TTOLLISTER & Co. Wholesale and ltelall Druggists and No. J9, Nuuanu Sti.eet Honolulu 310-261 H ONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., Steam Engines, Hollers, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Iron, Brass and lead Castings. Honolulu h. I Machinery of every description made to order articular attention paid to Shp' Blacksmith! ng. ob work executed on the shortestnotlce. 210-261 TTUSTACR & ROBERTSON, Draymen. All orders for errtage promptly attended to. Parti cular attention paid to the Storing and Shipping of goods In transit to the other Islands. Also, Black Sand and White Sand in quantities to suit at lowest prices. Oppile No. 46 Queen street, adjoining auction rooms of E. P. Adams & Co. '9-"yr Mutual Telephone No. 19 TOHN T. WATERHOUSB 1 Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. No. 35-31 Queen Street Honolulu 110-261 M. OAT, JR. & CO, J. Stationers and yews Dealeis. Jled liable r Stamp Ageneifs Gazette Block .No, 95 Merchant Street Uonolvlv H.U. $Ufii.tC0JS GTiU'ufi. A S. CLEGHORN & Co. Imitorlers and Dealers in General Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu. 310-361 f HUSTACB, FORMERLY WITH BOLLES & CO.) II hotesate and Retail Grocer, in, Kino Street. ,..!.. ;, Under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Ship stores supplied at short notice. New goods bv every steamer. Orders from the other Islandfaithfully executed. Telephone No. 119 221-2 8 T LYONS, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Corner Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu. Sales of Furniture, Stock, Real Estate and General Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole-agents for American and European merchandise. 233-283" T AINE & Co., Commission Merchants, Importers and dealers in Hay, Grain and General Produce. Honolulu jr. j T EWERS & COOKE, (Successors to Lswnns A- Importers and Dealers In Lumber and all kinds of ltulldlng Materials. No. 82 Fort Street Honolulu 310-261 T AHLO. Dealer In Dry.Qoods, ltlee, Tea, Silks and Fancy Goods, and Shoes, Bran, Feed and Flour, Cigars and Tobacco. Also proprietor of Rice and Sugar Plantations at Kaneohe, Koolau, Waipio Ewa, and Heeia. Cor. NuuAnu and Chaplain Sts Honolulu 209-260 M PHILLIPS & Co. Importers and Wholesale Dealers tn Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc. No. to Kaahumanu Street Honolulu 210-261 JVT S. GRINBAUM & CO., Importers of General Merchandise and Commission Merchants, Queen Street. t , Honoluiu. H. I No. 124 California street, San Francisco, Cat. M. A. GONSALVES. . K HUTCHINSON. Q.ONSALVES & CO. Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants, Beaver Block, Queen Street Honolulu Post Office Box No. 309. Telephone No. 268. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. No. 74 and 76, Fort Street Honolulu 210-261 THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN IN vestment Company (limited.) Money loaned for long or'short periods on approved security. Apply to W. L. GREEN, Office Beaver Block, Fort St. Manager 44-95 'T'HEO. H. DAVIES & Co. Kaahumanu Street Honolulu General and Commission Merchants. , , , AGENTS FOR Lloyds, British and Foieign Marine Insurance Company, Northern Assurance Company (Fire and Life), Pioneer Line of Packets, Liverpool to Honolulu. Liverpool Office' ". ...Nos 12 and 13 The Albany 97-iy T HOS. G. THRUM. Importing and MAtivvAcrvatKn Stationer, llooh.seUev, Printer, btnrler, etc, A till Till Ml tri 1- nftl n.. !!- At -. - t A 1 -.- r. " si . "' JiiNiuiiac im annual. Dealer in Fine Stationery, Rooks. Music. Toys and Fnnev " Fort Street. Near Hotel, Honolulu 241-261 ,CLAUS SPRECKELS. JWM. O IRWIN. WM, G. IRWIN & CO.t Sugar Factors and sCommtiion Agents. Honolulu. . , : ,-,' ...II. I F. ALLEN. w Has an office with Messrs Bishop & Co., comer of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, and he will be pleased to attend to any business -in rusted to him. WRITING PAPER, WRITING PAPER Now In stock, with additional, Eastern Invoices en route. A line variely"of the CONNECTICUT VALLEY MILLS First Quality Cap, Legal, Letter, Note and B Paper, Assorted weights. Also Marcus Ward's Iiisli Liner Flat Folio and Note paper.'plaln, or can be ruled up to suit any Older, xnos. a. 111 hum, No, 106 Foit St. m Insurance Jtoticcc. ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT. PACIFIC Mutual Life Insurance Company, OP CALIFORNIA. S. G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 31, 1884 $1,363,000 Policies issued against Accident for one day up to ne gOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 310-361 JgREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCItAEllER & Co., Atxnte. Alcci onsnlt ino Dresden Hoard of Underwriters. ...U..U.MUU, unaerwrners. For the Hawaiian Islands. 310-261 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR. ance Company. (Limited) THEO. . DAVIES, AGENT. AnS. BBern'i ,,a re"'ved Instructions to re-Ports iff i Insu1r?nce fc"""" Honolulu and In P S? V, iv . . Clfic' and " n.,w Prepared to issue poli FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin. F. A. SCUAEFER & Co., AGENTS. r.aATi.nTan" Cofany.,has established a Oeneial Agency here and the undersigned, General fe Vre ""'i'?"1 10 tale risks agaiik tile dangers nroltvorab'letermr5' " """ , GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE Company of Berlin F. A. SCUAEFER &. Co., AGENTS. rX ft',ove.In'Jra" Company, has established a Agency here, and the above signed. General Agents fs a'X'l'? tak0 "W aain" ' dangers o SSfw i terms. nemostreasnabIeiales,andon the most 210-261 HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE Company of Hamburg, A.JAEGER, AGENT. Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery Insured acainst Fire nn il,. m. r 1.1- " - '- tu.wi.tutc terms. 310-361 HAMBURG-BREMEN Company, FIRE INSURANCE F. A. SC11AEFER c Co., AGENTS. ,v, bove firm haviQe b".n appointed agents of this sXL t0 ir,SUK 'ks against lire on nd Brick tfej buildings and on Merchandise stored aPpyv,na',0the'ir'oSre!'aYrab',! """ " "o MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE of New York. .?. G. WILDER, AGENT. Assets, December 31, 1884 $103,876,178 51 Policies issued on the Life Term and Endowment Kl NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Company of Boston. CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS. INCORPORATED 1835. The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance Company in the United States. Policies Issued on themost Favorable Terms Losses paid through Honolulu Affency, $49,000 310-361 N ORTH --GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE wuwuij ui naaiuurgt . HACKFELD & Co.. jtezrwr? Capital and Reserv 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 file, on the most favorable terms. 310-261 N EW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company of Boston, Mass. INI ORPORATED 1835. Assets January 1st., 1884, nearly Polices Issued on the most favorable terms, and absolutely Non-Forfeitable after Two Payments. EXAMPLE OK NON-FORFEITURE PLAN : Insured age 35 years 20 years Endowment Plan for $5,000 Annual Premium $S4i!.B0 .... , . , . , VTe. Pd-up Ins. At the end or the id Vear. $ 89.8j $ 545 S'h ', 831.85 1,115 6th i,oa9 00 1,69s ?t? , 235-15 I.07O '.J50.7S i,3S ,h 9'n 1.676.05 1,500 P .9S 2.7S5 .2 2,,S7 90 3,005 .? .. 3.So At 3.7o 'h 3.575.35 4JJS ,BiS ii '8 So 4,5o St" , 4,800 20tn 5,000.00 S1O00 " The second and subeqeiit premiums are likely Ito bo reduced bv increasl., nnnii.l ..... Hut. . , .. SV An..i:AH..An. - It, f v. . r""wu .i uc jiauoi , ana luuiniormation will beiven by the Agents, t.10ii is LUUKE, PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER C. BREWER cV Co.. Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 210-361 TRANS-ATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE Company of Hamburg-, , HACKFELD 6 Co., Agents. Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 6,000,000. ' 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 Buildings, Furniture, 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 tei ms. THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND Globe Insurance Company, BISHOPS? Co, AGENTS. ESTADISIIEO 1836 ti!JmffI Liability to Stockholders. Assets $37,",i3 Reserve,, , 7,500,000 INCOME FOR 1884: Premiums received after deduction of re-Insurance , .$ 9,000.000 Losses mptly adjusted and paid here. 313-264 TTNIONMARINEINSURANCE'COMPANY j 01 san t'rancisco. CASTLE & COOKS, AGENTS. lucorporated 1875. IF lliipflitifl. I NTEESSL'AND STEAM NAVIGATION CO. (Limited.) THE BEST ROUTE To the World-Renowned Volcano of Kilauea, Via Punaluii, Hawaii. THE NEW ADD STAUNCH Stmr. W.G. Hall Malulani.) Capt. DATES,... Plrim SlMnncriM LEAVES HONOLULU AT 3 P M TRI. MONTHLV ON Tuesday, March. 9, touching at Maalaea Maui.. 1.t .. 11 11 ...about no. m Ki,l'.,i,, ii:."Vi abo.ut oa. m. rfrt.rS.KitfART morning .' A. M lhe ."T.".,M ,ommnS .-... hi, 11 wtlittllllla tl Allllwirtf 1.. ....II I. . win leave Kau at A. M. Mon 7 on .1... ar 1 day, March ijtb, touching at all way ports, including Maalaea, Maul at 6a. m,, and arr.(lng at" IonolSS 3 I . M. on the day following her departure from Kan. I '"5J,y,fH?,a.'K.' nlirc coast of the "'""" ""oroing iourists a panorama or charming. Scenery,, and will stop at Kealalua Day where suliicient time is nllni.l m.:.!i it.- .".."? of CAPTAIN COOK. """""'"" TU,.ibjrlil,i' r?ut(:,rca.:h 1'unaluu at fi o'clock o,dv' 1. Z feJL. &: "vi",e "ONOLULU being ". , "-o"- aim maKtnc the entire passage in smooth water. T",.11"."1"1" "nest Hotel on Hawaii, ?o pJh,1i,.hfr loVril,f Wi" be,''veyed by RaiQ S,lSlii,,,,,enceJla:,.lf8'Hto lialf.wiy House, hSft ,rfP indelnfwi.rfa dafafX'feoor.1'8 lW niEh" " - wh,e THIS IS THE ONLY C. I It It Id GE HO UTE " '"P B0' w,'ich l'a' aU "" penses. . W.. ACP'y 9 HARRY .... ARMITAGE. . .. An., rr m. ... I. I. ?.. W .' '. ..XT ..J ----.-. .-. tv. ". 'souieto the Volcano, at I. I. Williams, Photographer, No. 103 Fort street, JlonoTulu; w. -. v,,,.v ui me 1. 1. B. n. L'o., on the Esplanade. Steam Navigation Comp'y, (LIMITED). Stvir. ir. O. Hall (Malulani) ' .........,,,, Commander Kan iffwaHf"'"'7 ' M"Iaea' Maui' and Konaand Steamer ..Commander KoloaEle.n' w " S' " .for Nawilmili, SMn,Wf'Ba Returning, will leave 7 , ' uiwu.jrai, p. M,, amvinir at lionn. lulu, every Sunday at 5 a. m. Steamer Iwalani, FB.AN "; Commander k..i. ir"" feKU,aty ' oa, Maui, and Honokaa and Paauhau, Hawaii. Steamer C. Jl. Bishop, Macaulev . Commander Leaves ever Friday at 8 a. m. for Waiana,. Oahu, and Hanalei.and Kilauea Ka, ,l KelS! !,awSiIiana',Vr.',,' Tay "t 4 P. M.. and touting ?wS5'1TO Wcdne4ys' and "'" Steamer James Malcee, We,r Commander Will run regularly to Kapaa, Kauai. . ,Ff further particulars inquire at the office or Inter-island Steam Navigation Co , Honolulu. J. ENA, T. R. FOSTER, Secretary. President. PACIFIC NAVIGATION (limited) CO. Coastmy and Commission Agents. Cornet QUEEN & NUUANU Streets, Honolulu Regular sessels for the ports ol Mahko on Maui Laupahoehoe, Honomu, Paukaa and Hilo on Hawaii j m Koloa Hanapepe and Waimea on Kauai, and Waialua on Oahu, And any other ports when inducementsollcr. Persons having freight for any part or the islands to be forwarded from San Francisco by way of Honolulu, or direct shipments from Honolulu will do well to en. nuire first or the Pacific Navigation Co., berore making final arrangements. Goods intended for tdiipment by any of our vessels received and stored free of charge 1.1 our bmlding at any time. Apply to the captains on board, or t0 A. r. COOKE, s "tf Manager Pacific Navigation Co, HARLES BREWER kX Ld 37 Kiluv Street, Roston, AGENTS OF HAWAIIAN PACKETS, General Commission Agents. Special attention given to the purchasing of goods of the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. 310-11 PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO. C. BltEWEH A COMPANY Agents Merchandise received Storage Fr nn.t lit..! .v. advan cesmade on shipments by this line. pCONOMIC STATIONERY. LEGAL CAP PERFECTION PADS, HODDER'S LETIER PADS Letter, Cap and Note Blocks of first quality paiier. Legal Cap, Letter and Note Blocks of ruled Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Note blocks, M. & H. form blocks for Bills, Statsments, Wash-lists, etc,, Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desire 11 y T1IOS, t, THRUM'S t6o Fort Stkeet. Shipping. fLnvria?Bi.) New Route to the Volcano Via Keauhoti. ROUTE AND TIME TABLE X E 1CJNAU King.,.,.. Commands: Leaves HONOI ULU, H. I. at 4.00 o'clock p. st each week. Touching at Lahaina, Maalaea, Makena, Maui, Mahutona, Kawaihae, Uupahoehoe and Hilo, Hawaii, and will make two trips to the Volcano each month, leaving Honolulu on the first Monday following the arrival of the mail steamers from San Francisco. When the steamer arriies on Monday the KINAU wil leave on that day. PA.SSENOLR RAINS will connect with the Kinau at Mahukona The KINAU WILL TOUCH at Honokala and Paauhau on down trips from Hilo for Passengers if a signal is made from the shore. The steamer KINAU will make the Volcano Trip reaching Keauhou on Wednesday morning, giving Iourists to days and two nights at the Volcano House. Tickets for the round nip $50.00, which pass all charges. 'Hie KINAU will arrive in Honolulu- Sunday on Volcano Trips. On Hilo Trips, will leave Honolulu on Tuesday, and return Saturday morning. LIKE LIKE. """"V; Commamder Leaves Mondays at 5 p. . for Kaunakakai, Kahu ui, Huelo, Hana and Kipahulu j and for Keatiae, arid Nuu every other week. Returning will stop at the above ports, arriving back Saturday mornings. v or mails and passengers onlv. THE KILA VEA UOV. WEIS.ARTI... COMMANUPR Leaves regularly for Paauhau, Koholalele, Ookala, Kukalau, Honohina. Laupahoehoe, Hakalau and Ono-mea. T1IELEUUA. ,,,, .' ,"'."'-' Commander Will leave regularly for same ports as the Kilauea Hou. -'' THE MOKOLII. McGregor Commander Leaves each Monday at 5 P. M. for Kaunakakai, Ka rnalo, Pukoo, Laliaina, Lanai, Moanui, Halawa, Pcleunu and Kalaupapa. Returning leaves Pukoo Friday at 10 a. m. for Honolulu, arrising Saturday morning, SG. WILDER, Pres. S. B. ROSE.'Sec'v. 351 tf OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. zS"KrH ;& Australian Mail Service. For San Francisco, The new and splendid AI Steamship "ALAMEDA," f .S&dffiuetiL1 JU on or about April lOth. ,or!rabout'utadbr.POrt WUh maiU a"d aS COf5gATlbNf,1plyh.o"'n,r SUPERI"R AC WAf. Gj IRWIN & CO., ,0'-td Agents. For Sydney and Auckland, The new and fine Al Steamship, " MARIPOSA " Of the Oceanic Steamship Co., will be due . at Hono- ltllll ....... frritn Kan Ii'mti.:,.,. - 1 UH s ani.sju uii ur auoui March 20th, gnrsfor1fcboPvrPor,d,!SPa,Ch WUh mai" -d passen COAODVlONSraplyo'"8 SUPERI0R A WM. G. IRAVIN & CO. "3-"1 Agents. " "' sssshsm ssssst pm pj (Scncral Jlbbcrttscmcnts. S. W. SMITHER, Merchant Tailor. Gentlemen's Clothing Cleaned and Repaired Made Equal to New. NO. 56 HOTEL STREET. tAINB Ac OO. No. 34 Port St., 'Clock Building, "aVJnrHCviVi':JnC0,?,15nrn,tnJ,?C,he most and Valuable Feed for all kinds or stock, Economical U : j COOKED LINSEED MEAL. .he greatest Flesh former, Milk and llutter pro- ducer in use. mSierthl.",,?,1 i'J'0' about ' " Ht of nutritive matter ; this nearly 39 rer cent. too lbs. or this irealis equal to 300 lbs. ol oats, or 318 lbs. of corn, or lo;6j lbs. of wheat bran. ' Also, our Unnnlerl MIXED FEED, as well as our usual supply of the best kinds of Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc Etc, Which is offered at the Lowest Market Rales, and delivered ftee to any part or the city. Agents for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California. Ageaisforihe HOOVER TELEPHONE" Commissioner of Deeds for the Slate of California TELEPHONE NO. ui. ,,5-,$, Jft. Jtdht& 1 i. i iU.il'M.tu.:, .'jaVVHliiiVAi. . m i n j .iA rti J l -l hJ '