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I.NTERntWS WITU KVG I'jIBFRTO AVt. IOP LtfJ
XIII l-ROM IJORE TO LON&OX.
Through the courtesj of a member of the
Rojul auite 1 Lae fcn faroiahed fas jour
correspondent and exrrtelj for this paper) with
full details in regard t t the King' moTcaients
ince bii am? al in Hutvf-, which 1 hacten to laj
before the readers of the p. C. AorcRTistR.
The Kiog't landing at N'ar lea took r l ice on
Jane 30ib, aa before dcribci. Next d.tjr at II
a at., th Kio. acvitor.inied j the gcnr!era-n
uf bi uite and his charge d' affaires, (.'aialiere
it. P. (iiustini, raid a f iit to the Mu3h. where
b wm reoeitiHl ty the Vice-Direrfor Felice
Niccnljni. who acteI a rhrronr f..r the Roja!
forty. The King rrlj tw.i hours in
tti0 ilnseuca, examining th roll-tiorM of anti
uitie with creat interest, erciallj t!e Hall of
Croozrs anl the Pomreiun collections. lie
expreHd great reret. that hi limited time
would not allow hrta to twit Pompeii. At 2
o'clock the King and suite, in full uniform, went
in carriages to the R jal count rj seat at C'ajo di
Monte, to p? a Twit to Kin L'utberto. Thejr
wire receifeil by tlw aide dr camp i.n duty and
uhered into the fre-at hall, where the King ami
Q ien of Italj appeared immeitiitclf nfterward-t.
The interview laUiI about 2D tuinutoi nml took
plre in Ko!ih. (jueeo Margfierita acting as
interpreter, as Kin Cmberto speaks but ?crj
l'ftl fogliaft. He is a pleasant, aSablo gentle
uian, but Lis portraits somewhat exaggerate the
size uf his mustaches. At half-poet 2 Kin
KaUkiua and suite returned to the Hotel Kojal
des K ror. Hi Mijtr his been iiresenteij
with tl ..rder f C.ivhVii Saltat.tn della Alpi
Mirittime." bj the Kin of Ittly. l one lor
II. il. the Queen, and ono lor" II. Ii. II. the
lirgnt. He also acceptei from an Italian artist.
a frame.! portrait nf Kin t'mberto, drawn by
hand, and also a pen and ink sketch portrait of
himself (a perfect Ii tenet) from a general ol the
Italian arm jr.
On Stturdar. Jul 21, the entire forenoon
was otiiipirj by continual Sxht-iwing and visits
the inumerahle palace and churches uf
Naples, and at ?. p. m. the Royal party left this
plac by train, arriving at Rome at 10 p. js.
without public ceremony and finding excellent
quartern prepnr-d lor them at the Hotel du
At 4 o'clock on Sunday aftnvn the King
w rnTeived in audience bv II. II. Pope lo
XIII. His Majesty, attendM by Col. Armstrong i
an.1 Cvl. Judd, entered the Audience Hall, '
ncompanie.l by Cardinal .J.tcubini, the Secretary !
of State to the Vatican, and Cardinals Caracci
anl Howard. Immediately after their arrival,
the Pope entered alone, bowed slightly to tho? !
present and seated himself in a great ivsry chair, j
placed on a dais. He was attired in a white ;
surplice, with a g"Id chain and cross inlaid with
jewels around his neck. The King and attend- j
rii were presented by Carlinal Jacobini, and ;
Curtmal Howard acted as interpreter. After :
kting the Pope's hand. His Majesty presented j
the Lord Bishop ol Arathea's letter, which His '
Holiness accepted and perused at once. A ;
onversation then ensued on several topics, but :
more especially on the prosperity of the Hawaiian
Island, the faithfulness ol a part sf the people ;
to the trne church. Ac. The Pope also presen-
ted His Majesty with his photograph. After,
half an hour's duration the audience came to an
end. His IIolineiM iMtowins the Pontifical
bleeing on the Rojal party and exprr-sning hi
sincere well wUhes for the King, his country and
hi people. The rest of the day was occupied by
visits to St. Peter's, the galleries, the Coliseum, 1
The Royal larty left Rome at 2 f. on July j
4th, reached Lyons next afternoon at 4. changed j
t ars for Paris are arrived at this place at 5 a. m. ;
on the 6th. A number ol gentlemen, including j
the Consul-flenera I of Hawaii, received them at j
the depot. After breakfast at the Hotel, the .
King and suite passed a -few hours in a hurried ;
drive through the principal quarters of the ;
t rench capital and viewing the most important
points, including the Tuilleries, Place de la '
Concorde, Champs .Klysees. Arc de Triomphe, t
the Boulevards, LVdonne Veodutue, the Opera, ;
Ac. At 11 o'clock the Royal party left Paris
tut London, arriving at Folkestone at 6 r. n. i
and descending at Claridge'e Hotel at London
LrrrrR No. 53 Lomw, Jctr 10, IS31.
The Rotal Proi-rfjs. The King i.n England. :
I cootinue my report of the King's movements
asturnishel by a member of the lioyal suite lor j
tli papr. At o'clock in the evening of July
Ctti the Royal party arrived at Folkestone from
Root via Paris. The King was received on the .
pier by Jlr. Robert Follett Synge, or the Foreign
OSx-e, who has been selected by Earl Granville
to attend upon His Majesty during bis stay in ,
tb country, and by Mr. Hoffnung, who in 13C2
as British Commissioner brought the silver urn 1
as a present fr H. 51. Queen Emma for the
Princr oT lb-.wau. Tr special mail train was
waging, with a Royal carriage attached, and as '
the King entered it. he was presented bv Mrs. i
Ilcffnung with a beautiful buquet or English
roses. On tlie way to London a splendid lunch
was served in the R yal coach, aod on arriving at '
the British Metropolis at 8 p.m. the King and his
attendants were conveyed in Her Majesty's car
riage to Claridg-s'a Hotel. Shortly after His .
Majesty's arrival Sir Charles Dilke. the Under
eretry or State, called. Next day the King
rested fr-a his rapid jiurney of .14 hours and
received a number ol visitors, a full lift or whom
for this and the following days has already been
communicated. In the evening he went to see
Roberto tl Diaval o" at the Ilojal Italian Opera,
Covect Garden, being taken with bis suite from
his hotel and back in a Royal carriage. A guard
f honor was drawn up before the Opera lljuse
and another stationed outsiJe Her Majesty's box.
which bad been .laced at the King s disposal.
On being asked, during the performance, to name
a piece for the next day. His Majesty expressed a
wish to bear JUiam Adehoa Paiti. -Accordingly
the Dica sang Mirgherita in " Faust" before the
King on Friday night. Af'er the performance
Hi Msjty with the attending gmtleinen paid
Madam Patti a visit in er trivate green room
to express his thanks, when she told hitn she had
now bad the honor of singing before all crowned
heis. and that this evening had completed her
list of Royal auditors. . . .
Oo Saturday, July 9th, the king attended the
gretat Volunteer Review at Windsor. His Mijesty
arrived at Windsor Park at 10 o'clock in Sir
Thomas Brassej's carriage and took lunch in
Lady Brasey' tent, where be met a Urge party.
Uter Sir Thomas toast of "The King." which
was duly honored. His Maj-ty rnpo the
health of " The Queen. One of Her M .j'j -wrri.e
then arriving the King and his suite
were taken into the reserved Royal encl.ure.
where the b.t view of the parade could be had.
At ' o'clock punctually the artilWy alutes an
nounced the Queen's arrival and as her carriage
rssed by the King, both eovere.gns exchanged
tows. Then began the march-past of the reg.- .
meets, over 100 in number. After the Prince of ,
Wale bad passed at the bead of the Hon. ArtU
lerfl Company, of which he is honorary Colonel,
he came now the Royal standard in hi scsrlet
uniform and bearskin cap. and after shaking hands
with King Kalakaua, entered into a short cmver
eatioo. in the coorse of which I invited Hi
Majesty and suite to Lis garden party on the 14th.
A Utle laur the Crown Prince of Germany, who ,
looli ery fine n bi wnJte tnirrasier'a onifortn, j
advanced ed thanked I1U Majesty for the boss..
VOL. XXVI-NO. 10.
tality he Lad extended to bis son, Prince Henry
of Prussia, nhen at Honolnlu two year ago in
the Prince Adalbert," and at the same time r-x-prcsed
the hope or soon meeting again in Ger
many, in me evening tne nojai party returne-i
to London by road.
On Sunday, July lUth, after attenamg divine
eervice at Westmineter Abbey in the morning, the
King and suite went by rail iq the afternoon to
Lrd Berceford's country seat on the Thames and
thence in a steamboat with a large party up the
river, lunch being eerved on board, and returned
to Claridge's at ll p.m.
On Monday. Julv 11th. the Kin? and suite
left the hotel shortly before 2 o'clock, and alter
lunching with Earl Granville, proceeded to Wind
sor Castle to see the Queen, when Mr. Armstrong.
Col. Judd and Mr. Synge also bad the honor or
oemg presented to Her Majeaty. I fie f.ur.rj
gives the following official account or the audi
Windsor Castle. July 12th. 11. M. King
Kalakaua, King of the Sandwich Inlands, arrived
at Wind-tor Castle yesterday afternoon, and was
presented to the Queen by tAtl Granville, Secre
tary of State Tor Foreign Affairs. His Majesty,
attended by Mr. Armstrong, one of His Majesty's
Ministers, Colonel Judd, His Majesty's Chamber
lain and Mr. R. F. Synge (who is attached to His
Maiestv during his star in England), was received
at the Great Western liailway Station by Captain
i'lgge, Kouerrv in W aiting and drove to the Cas
tle, where the King was received by the Gentlemen
in Waiting at the Grand Entrance. Her Majesty
a ccom pained by the Grand Duke of Hesse,
Princese Beatrice, the Princesses ictona and
Elizabeth of Hesse and Prince Leopold, received
the King io the Green Drawing Room. His
Majesty left the Castle for London at 5 o'clock."
I he Royal party returned to town for dinner
and in the evening went to the Prince of Wales'
Theatre to see F. 0. Burnaud's new 3 act comedy.
The Colonel." The following persons called on
His Majesty at Claridge's this day; The Right
Hon. Hugh C. Childers, Secretary of State for
War, Sir Julian Paunceforte, Captain Kourd jkan
Tatinaki, of the Imperial Japanese Navy, Mr. II.
Harvey and Mr.'W. L. C. Browne.
On Tuesday , July 12th, the King sat to Mers.
Dickinson, of Bond Street, for his photographs,
which will soon fe for sale in all the shop win
dows, and then visited the Crystal Palace, where
he spent several hours. The Crown Prince of
Germany visited the King at Claridge's Hotel,
Major General Du Plat, Equerry to the Queen in
Attendance, His Majesty also received vinits
this day from the Prime Minister, William E.
(i Iad. tone, accompained by Mrs. Gladstone, Col.
Teesdale, Equerry to the Prince of Wales, Earl
Spencer, the Earl of Roseberry, General Mena
brea, the Italian Ambassador .and General S.
Browurigg. After dinner the King and suite
went to the Royal Italian Opera, the Royal bor
being placed at llis Majesty's disposal, and saw
Heroid'a comic opera, " Le Pre aui Clercs,"
with Madam Albani in the leading role of lea
Letter No. 54. Lotox, Jn.v 19, 1881.
CONTISTATIOX OF TUE RoTAl. DlARV. THE
King in London. j
On Wednesday, July 13th, His Majesty King
Kalakaua, attended by the gentlemen or bis suite,
visited the Crown Prince and Princess or Germa
ny at Buckingham Palace, and later the Prince
ol Wales attended by Colonel Teesdale visited
the King at Claridge's Hotel. The King and
suite were present at the Archbishop or Canter
bury's garden party and also at the Lord Presi
dent ol the Council's and Counters Spencer's
conversazione at the South Kensington Muecuiu.
The Archbishop or Canterbury, Count Muneter,
the German, and Musurus Pasha, the Turkish
Ambni-ad r, the Marquis de Casa I'Aiglceia, the
Earl or Kimberley, the Earl and Countess or
Listowel, Lord Charles Beresford, Colonel C. A.
Maude. Colonel Noel Allix, Admiral Gordon and
Sir Daniel Cooper paid visits to the King at
Claridge's this day.
On Thursday, July 14th, the King and suite
called on the Prince and Princess of Wales at
Marlborough Houoe, and then lunched with Lord
Charles IWesford at his house in Eaton Square,
where they also met the Prince or Wales. In the
afternoon the Royal party attended the garden
party which the Prince and Princes ol Walw
gave to the Queen at Marlborough House. The
Queen was accompained by Princess Beatrice and
the Court Circular gives the list ol the Royal
guests in the following order : His Majesty
the King'ol the Sandwich Islands, the Crown
Prim e and Princess or Germany with the Prin
cens Victoria. Sophia and Margaret or Prussia,
the Duke and Duchess or Connaoght, Prince and
Princess Christian or Schleswig-IIoIstein, the
Princess Louise (Marchioness of Lome), the
Duke ol Cambridge, Princess Mary Adelaide
Diiche. of Teck) and the Duke or Teck."
The list of the other invited guests, comprising
the entire diplomatic body and their ladies, all
prominent members or the aristocracy, the army,
the navy, bar and church etc. filled four columns
cr small print in the Morning Post. Alter din
ner the King went to the House of Commons,
where he was received by Sir Charles Dilke and
Lord CI nid Hamilton and conducted to the scat
in thegillery over the clock, reserved for Royalty.
Sir fit.tr lea Dilke explained to His Majesty the
prooedifig-t in committee on the Irish Land Bill,
nnd His M ijesty remained a considerable time
listening to Hie debate and retiring at 11-30.
Friday, July 15, in the afternoon, the King,
accompanied by Colonel Judd and Mr. Synge
went to the Baroness Burdett-Coutts' Garden
party, at Holly Lodge, llighgate, arriving be
tween C and 7 o'clock, and remaining till after 8.
la the evening His Majesty and suite attended
i'ie grand ball at the Hyde Park barrack, given
hy Colonel Evart and the officers ol the Second
Liie Guard, to meet the Prince and Princes of
Wale. The frown-Prince of Germany, the
Duke and Duchess of f onnaught.and the Duke of
Cambridge were also present, as well as about
1.2011 guest. The royal supper rxiui was a
temporary apartment, specially erected fr the
xvuMn. It was splendidly furnished and the
fl nir covered by a Persian carpet. The royal
table was laid with 14 covers, and was lighted by
io silver candelabra. Col. Evart and In
ofSvrs were in uniform, the guevts being in
Saturday. July ICtb, the King and suite were
present at the gu.ird-mountmg at St. Jaun- in
tlic morning, when his Majesty was received by
Colonel Inigo Jones, and Colonel Hubbard.
I-iter in the morning. His Majsty called on
Idy Brassey in Park Lane. In the afternoon
Ilia Majesty and suite went to the French play at
the Gaiety Theatre, where they occupied the
Prince id Wales' box, and saw Mdllc. Granier
in La Belle Lorette." In the evening His
Majesty and suite attended the grand banquet, at
Hie Mansion House, when the Lord Mayor en
tertained the Prince of Wales as President ol
the Royal Colonial Institute, and a large party.
The Lord Mayor, (the Right Hon. W.McArthur.
M. P.) after the toast or " the Queen," said
We are honored this evening with the presence
of an uneipected. but very distinguished guest.
I reier to His Majesty the King of the Sandwich
Inlands. It is the first time His Majesty has
vieited Europe, and of course the city of Londou,
but I can assure him he is most cordially wel
come. I may say that His Majesty reigns over
a very prosperous and a very harpy people. It
was my good fortune once to visit the Sandwich
Islands, and I was charmed, not only with the
beauty of the scenery and the fertility or the
aoil. but with the good order which prevailed
everywhere. I congratulate His Majesty ii on
the state or his dominions, and I ask yau now,
one and all, to drink The Health of the King
.r the Sandwich Islands." (Cheers.) The toast
being duly honored, the Kioj rose and said I
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLNDS. SEPTEMBER 3. ISSl.
thank you for the kirl manner in which you have
pr 'posed my health. I assure you that it is
very gratifying to hie that the present Iwrd
Mayor Las been to our Viand, and has given us
a gracious sketch of the customs of the country
which I rule. We Lave no Land Leaguers
there (laughter and cheers), but we have Liber
als and Conservatives. I am glad to say that I
am half between the two, or, as you f-ny, gentle
men, Conservative-Liberal, This bein my first
visit to this country, I assure you that I have
been very much - pleased by what I have seen of
the graciousness of Her Majesty the Queen, the
Prince of Wales and the rest of the Royal fam
ily, and the many distinguished persons of this
country whom 1 have met, und I return you nil
my sincere thanks. (Cheers.) On my return
to my country I shall carry back with me most
pleasant recollections ol my vist here. (Cheers.)
Sunday, duly 17. the King with hi suite lft
early on a visit to Sir Thomas and Lady Brassey,
at their country scat at Normanhurst Court, near
Battle. On Monday the Royal party accompa
nied by their hosts, drovo to Hastings and paid a
brief virit to Hastings pier, passing through a
guard of honor, Consisting of rifles, artillery and
naval Volunteers and being met there by the di
rectors and a large number of spectators. After
the swimming baths had been inspected, tLe par
ty took lunch at the School of Arts' building.
Here the King received from the Mayor aud cor
poration the following address:
To His Mot Gracious Majfstv Kalikaua, King
or the Sandwich Islands:
May it Please Your Majesty Wc, the Mayor,
Aldermen and Burgesses, the corporation of the
B trough of Hastings. Premier Cinque Port, de
sire to ofl'er to Your ?jaiisty a hearty welcome on
the occasion of your visit to litis auc;?nt Bercgh
We congratulate Your Majesty upon the advance
made in Your Majesty's Kingdom since Your Ma
jesty's accession to the Throne ami on the conse
quent benefit which have resulted to your sub
jects. We sincerely trust that the progress hith
erto made, may continue and that Your Majesty
may have a lung and prosperous reign.
G'i ven under our common seal this ISth day of
Jnly, in the year of our Lord, 1881.
This address, which is signed by Charles Henry
G'auedcn, Mayor, is on parchment, beautifully
illuminated and with the Seal of the Borough at
tached by a blue silk ribbon. The Party returned
to Battle by the 4 p. v. train and later in the day
the King and suite returned to town. After din
ner His Majesty and suite went to the Grand
Theater nnd saw the comic opera "Olivette."
During the last four days the following visitors
called on His Majesty, at Claridge's Hotel: The
Duke of Connaught; the Duke of Cambridge; the
Netherlands Minister; the Earl and Countess of
Clarendon; the Earl and Countess of Breadalbane;
the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe; the Earl and Coun
tess of Dalhousie ; Lord and Lady John Man
ners; Lord and Lady Claud Hamilton; ' Licut
Gcn. Lord Alfred Paget. Lord Stanley of Alder
ley; the Right Hon. Geo. and Mrs Cavendish
Bentinck; the Baroness Burdett-Coutts and Mr.
Burdett-Couuts-Bartlftt: Admiral Sir R. Collin;
son; Sir Edward Lynge; Lieut-Col. Stanley Clark
Hon. A. Cochrane; Major-Gen. Chas. Eraser;
Col- and Mr. Leopold Seymour; Mr. Jardine, M. '
P. and Mr. Magniac, M. P.
Letter No. .". Lovno, July 2-1, lssl.
The Hoyal Progress Last Days i
Loxi mix Departure for Tin:
His Majf.-ly King Kalakaua left last ev
ening for Brussels. During his stay hereof
Is day. he ha been continually over-'
whelmed with attentions and invitations
and no doubt his great suiccess here will
form one of the pleasantest recollection of
his trip around the world. My last letter
brought the Royal diary down to the lsth
instant, and it remains to chronicle the last
days of the Royal stay in Ixtndon.
Tuesday, July ll, the King with his suite
visited Madam Tussaud's Exhibition, and
in the evening the Royal party dined with
Mr. A. IloH'nung, the agent in London of the
Hawaiian Hoard of Immigration, at his res
idence in Redclirle square. Mr. K. Whitley
M. P. and a party had the honor of dining
with His Majesty. Later Mrs. HofTnung
held a numerously attended reception at
which the King was entertained at a Con
cert under Uie eminent leader Herr W.
Cianz. Afterward the King and suite went
to I.ady Alfred Paget' ball to meet the
Prince ami Princess of Wales. Prince Chris
tian, attended by Capt. Hon. C. Lliot, vis
ited the King at Claridge's this day, also
the Karl of Northbrook, Lord Houghton,
Rear-Admiral Hon. H. CJlyn, Lord Coch
rane, Sir Samuel and Lady Wilson. Capt.
Hon. R. Hare, R. X. and Nfr. A. H. Wylie.
Wednesday, July 2oth, the King and suite
visited the camp at Wimbledon, in the af
ternoon to see the prie shooting. The Roy
al party came at 4 o'clock, having driven
from London, after having taken luncheon
at Mr. Christopher Sykes', to meet the
Prince of Wales, Lady Mandlevillo and
Raron Rothschild. Karl Brownlow, the
President of the Association, and other of
ficers of the executive committee escorted
His Majesty to the firing joints, the ranges,
the exhibition tent and other place of in
terest. The King was much amused with
the shooting at t lie running deer targets.
In the evening His Majesty and suite
attended the anniversar banquet at the i
Trinity Hou-e. In the absence of His I
Royal Highness the Duke of Kdinbiirgh,
the Master of the Woratioii, Hi Royal !
Highness the Prince of Wales presided.
At the dinner, on the right of His Royal
Highness the Prinee of Wales, sat Hrs
Majesty the Kixt k the Saxiiwich
Isi,anis, His Royal Highness Prince j
Christian, the Marqui of Hamilton, Inrd j
Richard tiro-venor. the Deput v-master, j
lord A-hley, and the Right Hon. Sir W. !
Vernon Ilareotirt, and on his left his Roval :
Highues the Duke f Cambridge, lii ;
Serene Hitrhtics the Duke of Teck, the '
Karl of Kife, the Karl of Northbrook, Lord '
Alfred Paget, Iml Cottesloe, and the Lord I
.Mavor. Among the other company were
Captain the Hon. C. CJ. KUiott, the Right
Hon. Shaw-jiefevre,Admiral the Hon.
Sir 11. Canipl 11,1 J. C. H., the Hon. Kvelyn ;
Ashlev, Admiral the Hon. II. Carr lyn,
the Richt Hon. Lyon Play fair, the Right :
Hon. .1. Chamberlain, Admiral --ir F.
Nicol.-on, Sir A. Haytcr, Admiral .Sir A.
Coojier Key, Captain Shuttleworth, Sir ,
Thomas Gabriel, Admiral Sir K.Commerell.
K. C. R., Admiral Sir Alexander Milne,
(i. C. R., General Sir Patrick Grant, (J. C. 1
It., Sir George Xares, K. C. It., the Astron
omer Royal, Captain Ware, Sir Allen
Young, Admiral Sir R. MaedonaLI, K. C.
S. I., Sir Thomas Rra--ey, K. C. It., Cap
tain IVllv, Rear-Admiral Sir H. Hoskins,
C. R., Admiral Sir K. Ingletleld, (J. C. It.,
Mr. J. Holms, M. P., Sir Charles Du Cane,
Captain Fenwiek, Major-General It. Mil- ;
man, Colonel Teesdale, Captain F. J. O. j
Kvans, R. M., C. R., Major-General Sir !
Dighlou Probyn, Captain t "lose, General j
Tyrwhitt, in attendance on the. Duke of .
Cambridge, Mr. W. Spottiswoode, Captain
Webb, Colonel C. H. Judd. Colonel Close, ;
Captain Itayley, Mr Rothery, Mr. T. H.
Farrer, Mr. W.H. Armstrong, the Govern- :
or of the Rank of Knsrland. the Rev. F. A.
J. Hervev, Captain T. S. Goiich, R. X., the
Rev. G. K. GywneMr. Rat hurst, Mr. R.
H. Svnge.Mr. J. Parke, Mr. J. H. IlrHlgson,
Captain Waller, Rev. A. Povah. Mr. W. ,
H. Tyndall. Captain XisLet. Mr. Stone- j
ham. Mr. W. Kenny. Mr. K. Kimb, Mr. ',
Thomas Serutton, Mr. S. Sutherland, Mr. j
Ieedham While, Lieutenant A. Milne, R. j
X., Captain Lambert, Mr. J. H. Tajdinp-, '
Captain Atkins, Mr. RClarky, Captain
Tad, Mr. Thomas Chapi,Mr. H. Bayley,
Mr. F. W. Bond, Cap Woolcort, Mr.
W. H. Preece, Captarns, Mr. J. If.
Buxton, Mr. H. (i. Bridge, Mr. Alex
ander Sim, Mr. Xewde Uurne, Mr. J.
Hunter, Mr. Douglas, t Assistant Secre
tary, and the Solicitor.
During the dinner tbind of the Gren
adier Guards, condul by Mr. Dan
Godfrey, played a feiou of marches,
glees, &c. Grace was s by the Rev. G.
K. Gwynne. Mr. Haline was toast
master. The cloth having befemoved, twf the
health of Her Majesty? Queen having
been drunk, His Rc Highness the
Prince of Wat.es, imposing the next
toast, said Your Mly, your Royal
Highnesses, my Lordsid Gentlemen,
It has been the cust always of the
Trinity-house, when .y distinguished
Prince has been in th-ountry, to invite
him to be present sheir anniversary
dinner, and upon thiccasion we have
been honored by the puce of the Kino
ok the SANDWicn iANDs. (Cheers.
We have great pleascand gratification
in tiroposlng his healtlThe only regret I
feel in having this toto propose is that
my brother, the Duke Edinburgh, is not
in his pdace as Master die Trinity-house.
(Cheers.) Having reced hospitality in
former days while visi; those Islands, I
feel assured that it w4 be a source of
great satisfaction to hlro have proposed
the King's health.- (CTfs.) It would be
disagreeable to the Kinp I were to make
a long speech concern! him, but I feel
that he will he convince4iat all of us are
most happy to drink io . health and to
oiter iiiui the most arty welcome.
(Cheers.) I beg to give j -The Health
of the King of the Sawich Islands."
His Majesty the Kinck the Sand
wich Islands, who wasudlv cheered,
said Your Royal Highnesnv Lords, aud
Gentlemen It gives me jat pleasure to
have the opportunity of rening my sin
cere thanks to his Royniighness the
Prince of Wales for his gt kindness to
me on this occasion. Thery flattering
remarks he made in regard the kindness
with which his brother tlulasterof the
Trinity-house was received my domin
ions have given me the gre?st pleasure.
I can only say we did it ii very small
way, and assuredly the kinoss ijas been
more than repeated to me ding my visit
to England. I feel quite su it will not
be considered inappropriate tlijs occasion,
if I allude to a member of associated
corporation like that of the unity-house
I mean the great navigtr, Captain
Cook. (Cheers.) The liscoy lie made
of our islands has been the m. of bring
ing us and the group of the rchipelago
up to the standard of being anowledged
among the most favored natioi (Cheers.)
And on this occasion I feel grilled to ex
press, not only my own feelingbnt those
of my nation, that we have thank the
British nation for their subseont kind
ness, and their acknowledge trit of our
independence. (Cheers.) i "
Thursday, July 21st, forenooi Vice Ad
miral, Sir George Rickard andr. Pender
M. 1., called on the King at Chdge's and
took His Majesty and attendanby special
steamer to Greenwich, where iey visited
the works of the Telegraph nstructiou
Company. Before returning e directors
entertained the Royal party atneheon at
The Ship, His Majesty reachi home at o
P.M. Attended by Mr. Syn the King
called on the Duchess of Camidge, at St.
James' Palace, and later, acenpained by
his suite, went to dinner atie Baroness
Burdett-Coutts', at Holly LodcHigh Gate.
Among the guests were Counlylandt, the
Danish Ambassador and the einent journ
alist, George Aug. Sala.
Friday, July 22nd, in the lorning, His
Majesty visited the Rankf England,
where he was received by e Directors,
ami conducted over the severalepartments
of that extensive establishment. The
King, afterwards, went over Messrs. Roth
schild's in St. Swithin's Lan After hav
ing taken lunch with Lady Chrane at her
house in Great Stanhope itreet, Park
Kane, His Majesty called up. Mrs. It. F.
Sj-nge, in Iower Belgrave Set. In the
evening the King and suit went to the
Prince and Princess of Vies' ball at
Marlborough House, where .he' Duke of
Cambridge, Princess Fredriciof Hanover,
and the Baron Pawel Ramnien, Princess
Mary Adelaide, the Duke cTeck, and a.
large party were present. Ding the last
two days the following ca?d upon the
King at his hotel : The Dutof Manches
ter, Lord and Lady Garvai, Lord and
Lady Alfred Paget, Lady CTs. Beresford,
Lady Claud Hamilton, Gei Sir Arnold
and Lady Kemball, Sir Frans Dillon Bell,
the Agent General for Xewealand, Colo
nel Ellis, Sir Thomas and "ady Brassey,
Col. King Harman, Mr. Tosknham, M. P.,
Mr. Mafet,Lieut.-Gen. Sir Diliton Probj-n,
Capt. Gooch, R. X., Major-On. Tyrwhitt,
Mr. S. Samuel, and Mr. A. Bingham.
Saturday. Julv iird. nffer nichino-with
! the Duke of Teck, the Kingand suite, in
; the afternoon, inspected oe of" Messrs.
i Yarrow & Go's, latest type ofirpedo boats,
j being one or the " Batoom "lass, 100 feet
in lengtn, by u teet beam. The machin
ery for discharging the Wlteheads, and
the apparatus for working tb spar torpe
does were fully explained tolli Majesty
by Mr. Y'arrow. In the evemg the King
and suite occupied the Royl boxat the !
Italian opera, Covent Galen, to hear
Madam Adelina Patti in l'nda di Cha- j
mouni, this being her last jqearance, as j
well as the last night of the ?ason.
Sunday, July 24th, at a qtirter past one
the King ami his attendnts called at i
Marlborough House to tak leave of the
Prince and Princess of Wala The Queen j
and the Crown-Prince, an Princess of j
Germany being at Osborne, sle of Wight, '
it was found impossible to crl upon them J
before departure. Shortly bfore 8 o'clock !
last evening the King and s ite left (Mar- ;
idrc-'s Hotel for Dover.en roue for Brussels. I
Mr. Synge, who hail been apcinted by the ;
Foreign Ollice to attend ujoi His Majesty ;
.hiring his stay in England accompanied j
the Royal party as far as Dorer, and there:
took leave of His Majesty. The King is I
expected to arrive at Brussel to-dav,where
he will pay a visit to Kiig Leopold of :
Belgium, and after stopping two days, go i
.hi via Cologne to Berlin. F It.
LY 1.K1TKI1 FROM i:r.C?v,KI.s, I.SED JCI.V,
His Majesty continued t be in got id
health. It had boon armiged that he
shoulJ have an audience vifli King Leo
pold on that day, and i m mediately after
wards the Royalparty wouldleave Belgium
for C'olofjne en route for Berlic His Majesty
was very much disappointe'.l to find that
both the Kmperor and the Crown Prince
would be absent from Berlin during the
time of his visit. From lerlin His Ma
jesty would proceed to Vieura, then to Paris
and' from thence to Lisbon, returning by the
way of Paris to visit Scotland. Before
sailing for New York the King will dine at
Portsmouth with the Prince of Wales. By
a telegram published in an Australian paper
dated Berlin, August 2nd, we learn that,
notwithstanding the absence of the Km
peror and Crown Prince, His Majesty had a
brilliant reception, and had been feted, in
ED. HOFFgCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXn COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. C.-rnrr of Fort aud Merchant Streets. jan 1 81 If
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE IEAI
era in Clolt.injr, IKxjts. Shos, Hats, Meu'a Furnishing nd
Fancy UooJs. (janlSl) So. 11 Kaahumana St.. Honolulu
H. E. McINTYEE & BROTHER,
riROCKRY ANO FEKI) STORE.
Corner of King and Fort Street.
Honolulu. II. I.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
1 .ATH i-ilTIt21-0r IT. ,vrtiv
at hi Residence on Hotel itreet,
Alakea and Fart streets. janlSl
wu. Q IH9TIS
I t SPKSi KFI 5
WM. 6. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
janl81 HONOLULU, II. I.
CHULAN & CO., T
IM PORT E R S OF AND O E A L E R S I N
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice,
j ml Nuuiiu Street, Honolulu. 81
A. W. BUSH,
A Family Orcery and Feed Store,
T7 Orders entrusted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. 52 Fort Street, Honolulu, (janl 81
C. M. COOIE
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors Io Lrwcrs & Dickson)
1ALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
aa" Materials. Fort Street. 81
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETaiL
Dealer in Ueneral Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua
nu Street. ja3 81
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WIN KS AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 MerchantStreet, IjanlSl Honolulu, H. I.
CJI-RVEYOR, Vi AlMEA, HAWAII.
N. B. Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
ja3 "81 tf
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
AUCTIONEER. Kohnln. Hawaii. Salea
of Real Kstate, (loods and I'rop.-ny of every description
attended to. Commissions moderate. my7 ly
Honolulu, II. I.
E lit' II A NT
a ci'VTTIlTAKI! ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
.A. to Cantracta for Labor in the District of Knna, Island of
Oahu. at the O.T.ce of tha Honolulu water Works, root oi
Nuuanu Street - Jal 81 l1
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG
ES ments t Contracts lor litwr.
I !..rrir Ollice, Honolulu. janl 81
VTTORNEV AT LAW. NO. 32 MF.KCHANT
STREKT, CORN Kit OF FORT STREET.
Honolulu. February 2Gth, 1881. le28 ly
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
COUNSELLOR AT LAV
ii u.nAN u sr.
NO. I U, K A A-
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Zi. NOTARY I'L BI.IC and Agent for taking AekBowlcdg
ments of Instruments for the Isltnd of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
ATTORN E V ANDCOITNSELOR AT LAW.
Will attend the Terms of Courts on the other Island
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. TT OFFIC'K, No.
23 Merchant Street, 2 doors from Dr. Stangenwald's.
my 15 80 -
E. H. THACHER.
&3 xx 2- o o xx. 1 o xx tint.
DENTAL OPFICE. HH 1-2 Fori Slr"f.
next 1. or above Dickson's Photograph Gallery. jalSl
Es COOK WEBB, M. D.,
XI O XXX O OO T . t Ix i M "t .
I ATE CHIEF OF STAFF IIOMEU-'.PA-A
THIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Island, N. Y. Office, 60
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of women and chil
rj-Offlrr Hour Until 10 A. M.. 2 to 4 I 51.
jal 81 qr
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE PEALERS IN
WINES. ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLULU. H. I.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
IST O T W. XX Y PUBLIC
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO
A LABOR CONTRACTS and
General Business Agent.
Ortlce in Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu. janl-81 ly
ESTA ItLISII EI IS50,
I. . WHITNf.T. J. W. ROBERTSON.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
MPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
Stationers, News Dealers, Publishers, and Book binders.
Nos. 13 and 21 Merchant ptreet, Honolulu, II. t. ja.at tyta
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts. janl 81
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
INO, Booti, t'hoes. Hats, Caps, Jewelry. Perfumery,
Pixket Cutlery, and every description of Oent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. TT BenkerCa Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. CorskroF Font aSD Mkrcbst STRKtTS. j:inl SI
AND COUNSELLOR AT
L A V.
ireut io tak
acknowledgments of instruments for the
Island of Maui. Also Aent o tske acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts for the District of Wailuku. janl 81 ly
WONG LEONG & CO.
lorurr ol .-Nuunpu nuti ;iinnr ,;
Honolulu, II. I. Dealers in Dry 'Jonas, doming, im.
and hnes. Hats and Caps, Fancy O tods, etc. line aiso
constantly on hand, Hawaiian Kice in quantities to suit. Also
China Choice Tes, China ?-ine Twine. China Silk Handker
chiefs and Sashes, etc.
(.liciifrt of M'xiift! S'tjiir
Sii.mr I'!'ttit'it'ij. Motokoi
gnu--Knilua P.ice Plantation, Ksopa Bice Plantation.
I'alama Rice Plantation. 110 &1
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
m. . . t'ST t 1 W.
1C in nt it'r HlKKAr. HONOLULU. H. I
Rents R..oms, Cottsges. Houses, and selU and leases Real
Estate in all parts ol the Kingdom. EMPLOYMENT found
for those seeking work in all the various branches of business
connected with these Islands.
LEfiI. Documents drawn, Bills Collected. Book
and Accounts kept, and General office work transacted.
Patrcnge Solicited. Commissions Moderate. ap9.Bl,ly.
WHOLE NO. I3IS.
. . . m - . -
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
V TTORNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT
LAW. Special attention paid to the negotiating of
Ijoans, Conveyancing and all mailers appertaining i H.-l
NOT A R V Pl'ltl.ll' nn.l
Comtnisslonrr or Herds fur the States of rw Vm L
OFFICE: No. 9 Kaahumanu t.
HOSOLTLr, H. I. Jitll SI
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
IM PORTERS AND COMMISSION MF.R
t'UANT!1, ItohinsonV Fire-proof Building, vjueen St . ll m..Ulii. II. 1
The Puuloa heep Ranch Company,
Th Hpencer Plantation, lido.
The Waikapn Plantaiiun,
Iluelo Sugar Mill,
M.rrlecs, Tait Jr Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John Hay & Co's Liverpool and London I'acleis,
janl) The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. S1
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
JO, 48 KING STREET. HONOLULU.
Translations of either of the above languages made triih
accuracy and di.-patch and on reasonable terms, roy'Jl ly
S. C. Al.l.KS.
M. P. ROUS.-!. IN.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERSIN
LUMBER and all kinds of BUII.DINil MATFMIAI.S
Pair.ts, Oils, Nails, Ac, kc.
40ENTS FOR aCBOONCRS
I F. A II I
(u2 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
IMPORTER and JOBBER
STAPLE and FANCY tiOODS, CLOTHIXi;, HOOTS.
At Great Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
HONOLULU. mar 5'81 ly
Ca C COLEMAN
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.'
Carriage Worlt, Sco.
an 1 Shop on King street, next to Castle k Cooke. 81
STRATEMEYER & JAMES,
SIGH AUD SHOW PAINTERS
8(1 HOTEL STREET,
Ap.2.3ui. ' OPPOSITE FAMILY MA RK If
AITIIOEIZKII tOVKRNMKVr SIIIPIMMi At.KYI
Laborers for Plantations, Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds
And House Servants always on hand
OFFICE No. .19 KING STREET, three doors
from Station House. A LSO At No. 37 Maunakca Street
Fort Street, Honolulu. - Hawaiian Islands,
jtn 1 bl
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOORAPHER & DEALER IN ALL KINDS nF
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St., Honolulu. jan 1 S
W. E. FOSTER,
fe,SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER
,1 Fort street, next door to T. LacL,
l IlARSEiS AND SDDLCS CoSSTANTLT OK IllSU.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. J l
(Success-,r to P. Dalton)
3Mo. 92 XSllxig stroot.
CJADDLE A. HARNESS MAKER .! Ii.t-
15 porter of LEATHER and SADDLER'S IIAKDUAKL
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use my best endeavors to please my
customers. D" Give me a call. f' '81 1
S. M. WHITMAN,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
THOS. 15- WAI,Ki:ii.
Contractor and Euilder,
A, PARTICULAR ATTENTION IAll
A to the setting of all kinds of teain Uoilers, Furnaces.
Ovens and RaDges, Brick or Ptone Chimneys, sny
I height; Composition Monuments and Head stones.
maVble or granite. 13" ?atiffactory References given when
required. Address V O. J"" sl
So. 83 Fort St., opposite E. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
jq WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRV
and FINE MACHINERY carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner.
r? 'trars rrom tne uiner isiiiiiui pi'jui'n .
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
BL Setting Steam Boiler. Furnaces, linker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Healing Apparatus. Also, Varienal.-d
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will he execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terras.
Addressthrough the Postpftlce J"n ' 1
F. II. OEI)L(-?
BEGS TO INTIMATE TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
84 KING STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess's Carpenter Shop,
Tyhere orders may be left at any time
of the Day or Night.
TELEPHONE M MEEK, SC.
0 Lines. hnT il.ft.V
1 i I. in . ; ine H i IP
H I it. . i ir.ct: s
I (t'.r- .
4S l.iufs. ((.hi .1.. ;
Uiitrit i t'olrnin . . . .
1 h.rd Ccuir.Tf ......
in on u oo l oo
Oo 12 00 I 00 22 00
li ou Is 00 M 00 30 00
ii uu :.o io 4 oo.la oo
IT Advi-riisers rrsidmit In the Kasiero Umte4 Plate, MR
iv Ir their cMs ly er.ciosmg G.reenbackt or CnltJ Ptl
tsfmirr f-i.n.i,. im urh amount as the, wish to payasa tawr
cards wiil I inserted as prr tluv table, fu th bas P'd uc
U Kiiin Cbi.Is, wtitn rarrain roa a" Ta, r
aili wd a discount mm thrse rts, wnicn arw lor mo.
adertlrnicnts whrn :d or eharfed quarterly.
!i,iile copies of the Adtkstois, Ten Cents l wben rbarged
Fifteen Cents; by the d.en,On Pollar.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND F.IMNIIUKKII.
( API I' A t,uou.uun
Irraraul uit-.l ni'H lavratrsl Fstarf, I ,OIT.
fllllF. V N D EKSK1 N K.I) IIAVK UKKN AH-
ItiltVTLIl A 1 1 i' K' fti In Iko liHlllfll lal&IlalB.ftlia ftf
authored io Insur agitt Kire upon fTorbl trm-
l. n DUiiuinfTB, knu flirn-iitauiBr mwruiumriH,
ami furniture Timber, CVaU, Phir harbor with or UbMil
rarp(MfJor utnliT repair.
i....ta . k t : . a..lst Ikwitllint llOaf4l
jmn l 9 1 r. V. ii nrvin.
rire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OF NEW 7KAI.AMD.
CAPITAL. : : i . tto,ooo,tou.
HAVINO ESTA ItLISII ED AN AOKNCV
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Island, lb underlTeJ
are prepared to accept risks jainst Br7 Io dwellinp. tore.
warehouse and merchandise, on lavorable term. Marine risk
on cargo, freight, tiottoniry, profit and comn'ioa.
Lor prompllr ntljuslrd ptyl r.
Jan 1 R 1 JJ WALHa.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
I'M IMITKD LIABILITY.
FIRE INSURANCE 'f " le-riplloi will t
eHert.-d at Mi ilerale Hates of IVmiiun, by tb nndersifnej.
J.t. WALK ICR,
Ap. 'J, 'HI, lyr. Agent for the Hawaliar Ulaod.
1 1 A M II U ll(-M AUD K Ii U RO
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
lit II.IIIM.s, M E ltCl I A N D I S E, FURNI-
m lure and .:u h.iu-iy mured against Fire oo the Biusl
A. .1 I III t l?eiil for the Hawaiian Island.
Jan 1 81
X Ix o
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS. CO.,
risJIE UNDERSU;NEI ARK AUTHORIZED
1 TO INSL'RK
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
to a ll pa ms or mi: world
COASTERS. IIV SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most FavnraMe Term.
J. P. WALKER,
A Kent for the Hawaiian Islands.
jau 1 81
mtinurubiiHii i rv
a n nr- mm a n a r v
Pure llr. tl A j linliiiry Ihn-k. Home Fed Turkey. i
klH(i STHEKT. IIOMOI.UIM. 10 1 111 '
O-. WALLEIl. Proprietor.
HOTEL h UNION ' STREETS.
.fllOM E MEATS FROM THE FINEST
Herds. Fish, Poultry, Veetalile, he. furniehed l
Ord'-r. Shipping s.iplied en shoil notice. jan 1 (1
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST O.UA LITV OF PAI Al M ANCFACTURBD
conslnntly. All order filled with dispatch.
K. II. UAII.KY,
jn 1 I Wailuku, Maul.
MANUFACTORY and DAKERY,
Practltiil ConCertlonir, rastry Cook mu4 BaLrr,
No. 7," Hoii-I street, helweeii Nuuunu and Fort
jtn 1 81
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
I,-l-o. I f OllOllllll.
rgM,.- H.i-li.. -. of ilir abwrr ewwerrts bavlaaj
1 licii tfiiin-ierri'd Io
rI Ar. RAWLINS,
He ln'i-'-hy Kivt-i notice that the manufacture of
ill! ICinds of Soaps
Will l.e .iiiiinu.d by him. H'FTHOAP alwaya on hand.
Will l-iiy 1ici l, luuttoti anil oap Rrea, and soliril
coiiirrimi-iin i f the sme from the other
jilo Island. 1
l he urPl ImiKirtrJ ntrin, and of ft II
'!-:a, It ixi-d and delivered lo slmr. or chr.
At fodorato 3?ricos.
IVrson wMilntr lo Marl with (he ltrtt Slock or to
ti;iiruvr vtliattliry now liar, can bty
la p.ilrs not akin.
.10 80 Addns. A. HERBERT. Hawaiian Hotel. .
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
coiiXEU ronr t hotel ,sts.,
And others wi-hing Paddle Horses, (for Ladies or Cenilemeo.)
t'srrinze llomes, hinple or Doulile Teams, kc, can be fui-Bian
f, with tli sain" at any hour of the day or night.
t arm umr rare anu uemiu kiii inr nu. s
hy the day, week or month.
Mo overcrowding, as tny Ftahie lias capacity for comfortahly
stabling fifty t.orws.
Raonahle Rat.-s and ralii-fa' tion fJuaranieod in all trans
actions with tne.
. . I..... m tl,.. "I Ii i-i, mrm
Givc3 te a Call !
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
p O R SALE
At their Fireproof Here, opposite Mosiman'f, Nuuanu itreet,
A FULL LINE OF
.JAlAiSrand CHINA TEAS,
Both High aud Low Priced, according to Uuallty.
ANo-4 full t. of Plantation Supplies, all klads.
Always on Und a LARGE STOCK OF HICK,
, they being Agent for three plantation.
; A few of those FACY SILK PARLOR fcCEEEXS.ff
I Jal '81 ly WINO fTO TAI 4t CO.
jl 7 i itr.i r. r.t' -
FOlit HOUSE MEASURE WAGOX,
Capahle of i ',n,f.,rtfl!)!y nccommolatirig pleasure parties Wish
ing to vm.t the Pnli. Wnikiki, KtlaBsa. or
other joints ol iuteret on the Island. Competent Driver
liirni.lieil wh'ri ili-sireij.