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MONDAY, JULY 29, 1889.
Bktnij W It Dltnond, U days from San
Stmr Wntalenle from Kiwnt
Qer bark G X Wllepx, 15 days from San
Brit mlir C H Tunper, 15 days from
Httnr Klnau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Llkcllke for Maul at C p m
Stmr Mokollt for Molukul nt 5 p m
Seltr W S Hownefor Sun Francisco at
10 a in
Pclir Mol Wahlnc for Ilumikua, Hawaii
Rchr Livlnla for Kauai
Stmr J A Uuniinlns for Koolau .
Stmr Vita for aul at. fi p in
Stmr W'aluuina o for Waiauao and Wal-
Stmr Akamai tor Kauai
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr W. lalealufor Kllaucaand Ilanalci
at 5 p in
BtnirlUlauea Hou for Hawaii t4 p tn
Stmr N lkahala for I.thalna, Mualara,
ffona. Ka and the Volcano nt 10
o'clock a m
For San Francisco, per tern W S
Bowni!, Jul 2!i Miss M Ueokwith,
JIN Wallace, Miss i Clark, Mls-s l.l.zir
Whitney, Miss Lena Hruiw, C Lowell,
wife and 2 children, F L) Krucger, and
From Vancouver, B C, per seheoner
C II Topper. July 2- Mr Bartholomew,
wire and child. is overawe, Thos
Stccles, and I'lio Morelicad.
rrotiiKau.il per seauicr Walaleale,
July lit -Prof W T Brlfdiiuu. A Wan
scy. 1' Iscubcrg, Jr, 1 I' Kauoa, Rev J
I) Mahoe. Mr .Miller, A Cox, i N r
jiold, I) L Lawienee, Ij II Istoltz, TIio
Cmnmins, and 2fi deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per steamer
Kinati, July 28-' L Wight, iss Helen
Wilder, Miss Hattie Ilitelicock, II K
Hitchcock, II IlMiop. L W Atidiews,
O L arfuls, 11 Wlllg roll), J V Parker,
Jr. C E Cliaplu, George Hind, James
Hind, Miss Man- Hind, .Miss Nellie
Hind, Thomas Hind. It 11 Hind and
wife, C A Cliaplu and wife, Charles
llaguirc. Palmer Wood. Mrs II Bailey,
Itev rather Oliver and I'.utl.Mis May
Green. L Andrews. I) 11 Hitchcock.
Jr, llnneberg, C Lclimanu, w f e and
daughter, an. I 03 deck
SHlK N -HScJi.
The Waialcalc brought from Kauai
Sunday, July 2-th, 28 h.igs sugar, t7
hides. 100 bags lice, 21 head caitle, 82
Eheep. and 40 pkgs sundries.
The steamer Klnaii brought July 2Sth
?,in!)bags sugir, I!77 biic- potatoes, 15
bags corn, 10 pkgs hide.", 0 pigs, 1
lioisc, 51 pair car wheels, aud M0 pkgs
The bcrman bark G N Wilcox, dipt
Basch, arrived .-unday, July 28th,
13 days from San Francisco, with
merchandise valued at $1)403, including
1:957 ctls barley. 2l5 ctls wheat. 152,450
lbs sugar, 25 bhls Hour, 1422 bis hay,
nnd 100 bbls lime. She is consigned to
U Hackfeld & Co.
The bkuc W II Dimond, Capt Drew,
arrived Saturday. July 27, 14 days from
San Francisco, with merchandise valued
at 323.311, including 2050 gals wine,
29.512 lln sugar, 15 in salmon, C55 ctls
barley. 115 ctls wheat, 383 bbls Hour, 48
ins coffee, 30'ctls oats, 40 t-ks middlings,
220 sks bran, 79 ctls corn, 10 rls leather,
275 cs canned goods, 10 M cigaiettes,
1042 lbs tobacco and :C!2 bbls bottled
J'.OIR SILVER At the lcsidenco of
Mrs. Chahuerp. Vaiakca, llilo, .Julv
20th, by the Rev. E. P. Baker, Mr.
John Moir to Mies Louisa Silver,
both of bcotlami.
EfiyAberdeen aud Glasgow papers
GILLILANI KAONOIII-At the Ro
man atholic Cathedral. Honolulu,
July 27th, Mr Richard Qllliland, to
Mif-s Lizzie Kaouohl, both of Hono
lulu, 11 I.
CRADDOCK At KHauea Plantation,
Kauai, on Thursday, .inly 23th, at
12:45 p.m.. Dr. Sidney E. Crad
dock.M. R. C. S., L. R. O. P., Lou
don. AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
ur l. j, Li:vi:r.
At 10 a. m., at the residence of
M.r. M. Green, 219 Fort street, tho
entire household furniture.
EVENTS' THIS EVENINC.
Lodge Le Progros do POccanic
No. 121, A. P. and A. M., nt 7:30..
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
P. at 7:30.
.Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Band concert at Kn.nm Square
The Hawniian hand will give a
concert nt Emma Square this even
ing commencing at 7:30 o'clock:
Ovcrtuio ScjnifJmldc Rossini
Miserere-- Jl-Ti ovato'O Verdi
Chorus Tan nhauser Wagner
Selection Ermlule Jaoabowhky
illkloi. ilalaina. Main 1 ke Ao
Medley A Night in Now York. .Brooks
Valu Gypsy Baron St ransi
Burlesque A Comical Contest.Godfrcy
Quadrille Tliigoltangel Thlele
Attwe! Au we! Kona is glad now.
A bran new doctor 6truck the long
afllioted Kotias last Saturday. Dr.
Mack has made fnvorablo first im
pressions on such of the residents
as he has met at Hie date of this
writing, He was not allowed to Ho
back long before commencing active
duty, as Monday morning found
him en route to Hookciia. Tlicio
ton persons were examined and
passed on for fluid inspection to
Kona, llawuil, July 22,
LOCAL & CEHKRAL HEWS.
The Honolulu!) lend In tlio race for
tho gold ball.
IT. N. M. S. Carouse maybe look
ed for hoc about August 15th.
ul 10 ni in.
There is a lino programme for tho
band concert ut Emma Sqitaio this
Tiik Honolulu Arion will hold
their second annual picnic ut Kapio
lani Park, August 10th.
Tiik Mariposa took to San Fran
cisco Saturday from Hie Post Office
4021 letters and 8G8 packages of pa
pers. TiiK contrncl for the construction
of a. reservoir above the half way
house, 1ms been awarded to Kin Loy
and Hon Pin.
Coi.. M. Thompson elsowhcrc calls
attention to his law olllco where
opinions aro obtainable upon cases
and points of law.
Tun Eagle lloiu now resembles u
session of the Tcacheis' Convention
in informal session, so many of the
profession being lepresonted theie.
' Mits. Amy Crocker and Mr. Henry
Gillig were married in a quiet man
ner at Now York recently. They
visited the islands together several
Most of the rain thus far on Maui
has been on the mountains, in con
sequence of which the streams arc
replenished but run through a dry
In the baseball games Saturday
tho Kamchamchas easily beat tho U.
S. S. Adams nine in five innings by
15 to 2, and the Honolulus scored 22
to the Kaiulanis 3.
Mr. I). II. Hitchcock, Jr., artist, has
returned to town and may bo found at
his studio on'Hotcl slicct. Ho has n
few good new sketches from Maui,
including Iao Valley".
The wife of Cnpt. Raich of the ship
John A. Biiggs died nt Rio Janeiro,
July 7lb. Site was a sister of Capt.
Penhallow, well known in the trade
between here and San Francisco.
Mn. L. J. Levey holds a very im
portant salo of household furniture
lo-morrow nt 10 a. m., at the lesi
dence of Mr. M. Green, 219 Fort
street. This furniture is in splendid
condition, and is fully specified in
Whim: the yacht Holeno was out on
Sunday oft" Diamond Head tho
shroud parted and the mast was car
ried away quite near lo tho deed;. A
jury mast was rigged and the Holeno
put about for home, but was met by
tho tug Elcu and towed into port.
A very enjoyable social was given
by some of tho passengers of the Ma
riposa the evening bcfoie arrival at
Honolulu, nt which the ch'icf foature
was tho musical shnvo given by Mr.
C. V. Gies, tho genial tonsorinl art
ist of tho steamer. Photos of tho
scene are on view at this oflicc.
Mn. J. N. S. Williams received a
cablegram in San Francisco just be
fore the Australia started, from Col.
Spalding at Paris, stating that a gold
medal had been awarded tho Hawai
ian Educational exhibit at tho expo
sition. This, indeed, is a feather in
tho caps of those who got up the ex
hibit. Ahout 10 o'clock this morning an
alarm of liro was rung for ward 3.
It proved to bo in a balh house about
twenty feet from tho residence of Mr.
W. Brash at Iwilei, .behind Oahu
Prison. It was put out with buckot
fuls of water. A new bath house will
be required. No one kuow3 how
PitoF. Melville made a successful
balloon ascenbion at Wailuku Satur
day evening. Tho balloon was let
go iibciit bix o'clock and was Boon
lost in tho clouds. There was very
little wind and ho descended in safety
quite near to Sheriff Everett's house,
at Waikapiij about threo miles from
the starting point,
Onk of our pastors lectured his
congregation on punctuality Suuda.C
morning. s litis same pastor
commenced the bcrvioo three min
utes ahead of limo and was several
minutes behind time at an earlier
service, some members of tho congre
gation think ho ought to practise
what ho preaches,
There was not a large attendance
nt tho salo of blooded slock at the
Woodlnwn dajry this noon by Mr. J.
F. Morgan. Only threo head were
sold as follows : Angus hull Orlando,
to Kawailoa Ranch Co, for!?700; An
gus, hull Floin's Boy, to Paul Isou
berg, Jr., for $2fK), and Angus heifer
Lark to Kawailoa Ranch Co.for'flOO.
m m -
Word comes from Kalawao, Molo
kai, that threo lupers weio arrested
for distilling okolehao, They wero
sentenced for tho ollbncn, and beforo
going to tiie look-up asked if they
might step into their houses to get
their calabashes. This privilege was
given tlioin, and thoy returned with
knives and dared the police to touch
them. His Excellency Mr. Thurston
leaves for Molokai this evening to in
vestigate tho matter.
Oatt. E. Hopkins and other police
officers were at Waikiki Saturday
ovoniug to put a stop to tho noisy
demonstrations reported from there
of late in certain (juailcrs. A row
taking placo in the cnflco saloon at
the terminus of the car line, Hopkins
wont to quell it, when a native got
hold of him aud held him while an-'
othor struck him over Uie oyo, Thoy
wero arrested, and this morning ono
was sentenced to pay a lino of ?10
with ton days' imprisonment, the
othor being fined $15.
From the Jlilo Jicconl July 23.J
The ladies of our lilllo town gave
a picnic to our visiting friends at
Cofoauttt Island. The day was
beautiful, xitha gentle breeze from
tho sea, blowing through the pan
(lamis and coco.tuut trues, making it
delightfully cool under their shade.
Coffnc was in great demand nnd it
was n picturesque sight lo seo the
etowd dispersed under the shady
lauhala, by the shore, eating their
hi null. The fish nnd pol table seem
ed to be the best patronized. About
(30 attended the picnic and the parly
began to break up nboitt 3 p. in.
Cocoanut island is Ililo's park and
should receive some attention from
tho Government, to whom it be
longs. The Government ought to
lease it to a "Park Co.," who would
take proper care of it or else do it
themselves. The sea is rapidly en
croaching on it and it needs a sea
wall facing all around its exposed
bcaciics. If the Government would
lease it to a "Park Association" we
have no doubt one could be formed
here in Ililo and the place put in
good order for the accommodation
of the public.
The road engine lins been at last
put in such order that it will now bo
able to do its woik. Mr. Rycroft
of Puna has been in town to look
after it nnd, thanks to him, it is
now apparently in good working or
der. Properly used it should do
much of the hard wotk on tho road
aud sine some of the manual labor
now being used at a great cost.
The Liternrv held semi-monthly
met at Mrs. Severance's, and a largo
company were present. The scene
from "King John" was very well
rendered. The sccnu from "Romeo
and Juliet" was given again, by re
quest. Hie piece or the evening
was the "Grasshopper," a trngic
cantata, -in costume. The costumes,
considering the difficulty of getting
anything in that line, were well got
ten up and altogether the cantata
was well rendered. It should be
played again sonic time for tho
benefit of the general public.
Fine showers almost every even
ing are making growing crops look
fine. But we need a great deal
more of rain, to fill up our streams
to their usual summer height. If
we have no more rain than we aro
now having up to October, Ililo will
suffer next winter with as unparal
leled drouth. Hpiings, that we know
to be usually flowing full nil sum
mer, nre dry and have been so ever
since last December. From other
parts of the islands we hear a com
plaint of the failure of the "rain
crop" this summer. We are in
hopes, however, as the trades seem
to have set down in earnest, that
this will soon be changed and that
we shall hear of plenty of rain fail
ing all over the islands.
Some one, unknown to the police,
entered Capt. Stevens' house the
other day and walked off with a 2A
pound bottle of quicksilver.
By the overturning of n lamp
Sunday evening, a fire was started
in the small dwelling house pn Pit
man street just makai of Vannatta's
carpenter shop. Owing to the vigor
ous measures used by tlio police
force on duty, it was extinguished
without much damage being done.
Mr. Lehman and family, of Haka
lau, leave on Friday for the Coast.
Wc are sorry to lose them from our
Ililo society. Friend Lehman, may
you have the same good fortune at
tend you as has been your lot nt
Ilakalnti, in whatever enterprise you
may take hold of in the Coast.
Professor Lyons wishes to get up
a party to go to tlio top of Mauna
Loa. Who wants to go? The trip
will occup3' about one week aud it is
intended to make the ascent from
Correspondence of the Bulletin.
Saturday, July 20th, was made
notable by the marriage, in the most
exclusive (Scotch) circlu of Ililo,
of Mr. John Moir to Miss Louisa
Silver at the house of Mr. Chalmers
of Wniakea. The bride arrived by
last Kinati from Scotland nnd iva's
met on the Ililo wharf by the bride
groom and, his numerous friends.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. J. Baker in the presence of
some CO guests. Dancing followed
and was kept up till midnight when
the happy couple were escorted to
Mr. Moir's house.
The Ililo boat club lias again
turned out. La3t Sunday they went
to Cocoanut Island nnd hack, mak
ing very good time, but they reqliiru
more practice beforo being ablo to
compete with your Honolulu cracks.
What might have terminated in a
fatal accident was averted by the
humane efforts o' some of lliecrew.
All hands were in swimming, and
uio coxswain (,a man ot limned ex
perience as regards salt water) got
out of his depth, aud had not Mr.
W n gallantly dived lo tlio res
cue the police force would have lost
an officer. I heard afterward that
ho was in no danger, as his "official
dignity" would have kept him alloat.
There is talk about the railroad
again round town. I am ono of
those who bolicvo Ililo has a des
tiny; the making of it is in the
hands of its own people. Tho ad
vantages of any such gigantic enter
prise needful for her requirements
can, aud no doubt will be secured
whenever her pcoplo unite and de
mand it. S, J. C.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 'Jd eolutnuB, purely local matter
Mailed n foreign countries, 5 por
In connection with thu close of
the July term of thu Supreme Court,
we wish to return cordial thanks to
Mr. Henry Smith, Clcilc of the
Court, ho kept the term rccnnU,
for affording not only facilities but
direct favors to otit' rcpoiter for
procuring a daily account of pro
ceedings. Wo would nlso gratefully
acknowledge lliu kindness of the
presiding judge, Mr. Justice Mo
Cully, for furnishing typewritten re
ports of his charges, etc., made by
the official reporter. At tho same
time it is appropriate to mention our
continual indebtedness to thc'oiirt
esy of Mr. Smith and his two depu
ties, Messrs. J. II, Rcist and A. Y.
Carter, in connection with proceed-,
ings at chambers. Mr. Rcist lias
been particularly obliging in this re
gard during tho late term, when
otiierwise tho tmpoilancc of jury
cases might have caused an over-'
looking of interesting mutters upstairs.
DEATH OF DR. CRADDOCK.
We regret lo announce the death
of Dr. Sidney E. Craddnck, Govern
ment physician for tho district of
Ilanalci, Kauai, which sad event
took place at Kilauea, Thursday,
July 25th, at 12:15 p. in. The de
ceased gentleman was a native of
the south of England, tircntj'-niuo
years of age. lie came to the isl
ands in 1881 as surgeon of the Por
tuguese immigrant vessel Dacca, the
immigrants arriving in splendid
health, lie has a brother in the
Indian Civil Service. On May
lth, 1S87, ho was married in Ho
nolulu to Miss Webster, who
survives him. The funeral took
place on the 20th the services being
conducted by Rev. J. 13. Alexander.
A large number of the residents of
the district attended. The deceas
ed was a member of the R. C. R.
and S. R. C. P. of London.
HAWAII BASEBALL" LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, July 27th :
Won. Lost. Piayeu
Kamchamchas . 4
Honolulu. . . . -1
CJ. FISH EL, the Leading Mill!.
licrv House, lifts just trciivcd by
the Australia a e uiplutc line of new
and fashionable hats untrimmed :im-u
them the well known Sailor Hat, the
ChiiitiiK) and the Spar, ami wil hive
tlfse hats displayed by Monday. Mr.
t ishcl u ill bo pleased to have ibe la lies
call at his ttoro aud look at his new
millincty. :ill 31
THOMPSON, author of the
Digest of the Laws ut the Dis
trict of Columbia, and author of Treat
ises on Divoice and ICqulry, also author
of a Digest of the Decisions of the Su
preme Court of the Hawaiian Islands
(now In preparation) aud counselor
olllco, corner of Koit anil Mou'hant
streets, Honolulu having discontinued
practice in lite Courts of this Kingdom,
will give written statements of law and
judicial decKitms upon cpiestions and
facts submitted to him, and picpure
legal papers and docutuculs. It
ftTR. DODD has lust received ox
lVJL " Umatilla" another lot of thai
is oflcrinj; to his
in kegs, which he
BY a Japanese, man rtnd wife; tho
man to work in yard anil stable,
the woman to do housework and cook
Apply at this office. yt2 lw
HHHE regular quarterly meeting of the
JL l'acillc Hardware Co., (L'd), will
be held at their ofllec on TUESDAY,
July !M, lfcSi), at 10 o'clock a. h.
JAS. G. SPKNCEK,
307 Id tiecretury.
OEA.LEI) tenders will
be received at
kj the Emei prise Mill Olllce.
weeks from date, for the construction
of a Two.htory Home. Plans anil spec!,
flcnlions can bo teen at the office of
Enterprise Mill. '.Ill 2w
FERNS FOIt SALE.
'piIOSE dcsiilng Firns will find a
X choice afsorunent, from 15. W.
Jordan's fernery at tho Moic of A. h,
.Smith, Foit street, l'rico rentonablo.
The Tlioroilikd Stallion
Will stand r.t fcivico at
$B0 anfl $75 InsurancB.
ni'.conn 2;22'j, Stcrnmento, Sept. 15,
I'kwohei:: Marin was fired by
Qtiiitu's I'utchcn, lie by Geo. M. Pat.
chen, Jr.; Mailn'sdam bv Emigrant, ha
by Hilly McCracken; Hilly McOrackcn
by MuL'ruckcn'n Ulack Huwk, 707, (the
Mm of L'idy Donley, and of lite dam of
Orc'inan, 'J:lUi). McUrackcn's Black
Hawk, 767, bv Vermont Uluck Hawk, Oj
2nd iluin by Marshall's Rhck Hawk, ho
by KukIou's Illack Hawk. Tlio dam of
Qninn'a l'tttchen by Hiockbrldgo Cider,
he by Vermont lilnek Hawk, 5.
It. T. Carroll of fan Kruunltco, tho
former owner of Marin, vouches, tlmt
out of thlriy-hls nuire served by this
horto during his last reason in Cull,
forniu, thlrlv.tlve nrovtil lth foal
l'AUI- H. INKNBEUG.
cat IT STANDS "T24
gUew York Goes
No better example of the estimation in which tliia great Company i held, can be given, than by a com
parative statement of the business done by itself aud its chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New York. In New York n man can get his information direct from the Home Office of the largest companies,
and has more accurate opportunities of judging their respectivo merits than anywhere else. As a result in tho
City of Now York during the year 1888 the Equitable wrote a larger amount of new business than was
written by Kb Two Largest Competitors Combined. In tho State of Now York the JJquitablo
wrote SI, 808,131 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Lai'g'eBt Competitors Tttkon TogetllOr.
It did the Largest Business in the United States, as well as in the "World at n timo when all Companies
wore straining every nerve to pass it.
The reason why litis universal verdict goes with tho Equitable is on account of the" Popularity of its
Plann and tho Promptness and Fairness of its Business Mothods. As -the Pioneer in reforms,
its Policits have been and are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money agninst death. No Company can approach
the Equitable record for promptness in this regard. The New Policy of tho Equitable just out i
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to paj and is without conditions on its back.
Bffl-For full particidarB call on
Per S. S. Umatilla,
A? The Beaver Saloon
Si. J. XmTK, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Friday, August 2nd,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents,
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
i . -I MEW Cntundcr Car-
jt-jj. J- "lupo jusi unisiieu
M7?" and handsomely ti i turned
in first clas slyie: must be immcdiiiiclv
sold to close mi assiiinment. Applv to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AUKNCY.
Furnished Cottngo To jLet
SMALL Cottigo In per
fect order I rooms, part
ly fmni:-hcd with mosqiito
proof doors and windows and kitchen.
Conveniently situated in a healthy loca.
lltv. Kent rcnsnnabl to Rood tenant.
HAWAIIAN HL'SINESS AGENCV.
Cotlngo To Let.
ANEW one ftory Cottage
on upper pat t of Lillha
Htieet, containing 5 rooms
nicely papered aud painted, bath room,
kite en, nice lawn, shade trees, .etc.
Will be routed reasonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STORE TO LET
alii 15 Store lately occupied
. by E. O. Ilowc, Wttv'n
Ulnck, King street, nt reason.
ablo rontil. Posnslnn Riven at once.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
''pllE best remedy for
X awiiiihN, ulcers,
galls, proud llesh aud
(ores of everv descrln-
J-JZ7$'- - lion to pet sons or Mil-
main. Adopted by leading horse rail
road, club ami livery Mahliv, ctc hi
the United States and elMiuheie. 'Wo
aio piepiireil to rrovo thi i-tutenieiil by
testimonials and icfeieuces to planters
and liverymen hi this Kingdom,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LUtGE assortment of Photographs
aud Slciuoscoplc VIcwh of thu
most attractive scenery, building, etc,
In Ihes i lhl.uuK fur salo at leasunablu
'"HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Foil and Metchant Mieets.
N active man to make a thorough
canvass of tluvo island for the
sale of article of merit. A permanent
and lucrative t-ltuatlnn to a competent
person. Addrcts with refcronoes Pott
OiUcoIoek Box No. 851, Honolulu, ILL
its Assurance Society,
THE UNITED STATES.
tVMl c'jJ'i' jW v
Equitable by a Large Majority.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CORNER HOTEL &
Over 1,000 Pieces of White & Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laces.
Also, Largo Lies of Lace Trimmings !
WILL HE CLOSED OUT AT AN
iUcsr5 Immenwc Redwction 1
Great Bargains can be obtained by calling at the Teuinle of Fashion for tho
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
(1-8 itool it Spring Heel
8-10V Heel .fc Spring Heel
ll-i:U Heel & Hpiing Heel
h Heel fc Spring Heel .
All Kiwis of Carriage
Bougies, ffi vrj?
Our TATENT 11UEAKS oiiin.ited iu Honolulu by ui have
Itcduccd 26 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST HECKIVEP A
Second Growth of
Hubs, Felloes, Kinin,
riunkiitc, Heavy Hickory "Wagon ,
Slnglo & Double TreeH, Etc., Etc.
WALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
During tho Year 1888,
$153,933,535.00 I .
FuudB on Hand
Dec. 31, 1888, lor
. . i .HtM-VM.
T.4-,A'-TlST39nnr?Ci . .
JL' UIU1U ilIlUUUUO
820,794,7 15100 !
I?3 13 rSBiavftl
Corner llotel & Fort Streets.
. ..n ro
,. $1 75
Company, Hotel Street.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
& Wagon lopiring
Very Low Prices,
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White Oak Spokes,
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