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All Ineotporated Companies who
have failed to tile the Annual Exhi
bit of their affairs as of July 1st,
1889, in accordance with the teiiuire
tiients of Section 1441 of the Civil
Code, Chapter 30 of the Laws of
lSSO; kjul of a Notice published b;
Authority, under date of June 27,
1839, are requested to file the same
at.th.?.lpteripj OBLcn without delay,
Blank forms for' this purpose" can
"e obtiilneuoa-Vipplication to the
Chief Clerk of the Department.
. ( L. A. THURSTON,
V " " MinisVcr of Interior.
Dopartm't of Interior, Aug. 1(5, '89.
' . 327 3t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1889.
The Hilo Record is probably right
in urging at this juncture, in effect,
the practice of sonic of tltat "eter
nal vigilance" which is said to be
"the price of liberty." There are
other means of piccaution besides
that of arms, however, which no
time should be lost in putting into
effect. Leading out of question the
degree of guilt to be estimated
against the leaders of the disturb
ance, the feeling of the element
composing their following ought by
all means to be accurately gauged.
Hare the natives generally been dis
contented from the denouement of
the Reform movement, or become
dissatisfied in the succeeding inter
val with the conduct of affairs and
their own position? An afllrmative
answer to each branch of this ques
jtion"1 would probably be true but
without involving all disaffected 11a
waiians in both classes implied.
There arc irreconcilable opponent
of the new constitution, and there
are Hawaiians who have been led to
feel that they, the original people ol
the country, have not had fair tieat
ment. The first class stands to be
watched against violent action, but
the second should be met in a frank
and conciliatory spirit. If the Jattei
have giievanceij to ventilate tliev
should be given all possible oppor
tunities of presenting them. And
concessions falling anywhere shoit
of reverting to ii responsible rule
should be accorded by the Govern
ment, in which they would be cer
tain to have the suppoit of all right
nlirided people. It is for the Minis
try to devise methods for meeting
well-meaning native Hawaiians face
to face, to consider the things that
make for national peace and pros
perity. A VISIT TO THE BABY,
The Latest Addltlou to the, 1'ytlilan
Family, by JirotliurH of llynllc
and Aluha JLodgeH.
The well appointed steamer Kinau
of the Wilder' a Steamship Co., with
a Pythiau" flag flying at the main,
steamed out of the haibor of Hono
lulu. ou August 13th, with the fol
lowing Knights aboard bound on a
pilgrimage to the newly instituted
lodge at Honokaa, Island of Hawaii,
Maile No. 1 : Geo. U, Stratemeyer,
1 O. ; A. Garteuberg, 1. C. ; R.
C. Fuller, V. C. ; F. Lew is, W. II.
Hoogs, Chas. T. Wilder, A. V.
Gear, and W. O. .Lackland, all of
jMyslio Lodge No. 2; and C. Forster
of Aloha Lodge No. 8.
After an exceptionally smooth
passage Maalaea Ray, Island of
JIaui,was .made at 1 o'clock the
next moining, where the party were
reinforced by Z. K. Meyers, 1C. of
Mystic Lodge, and the following
delegates from Aloha Lodge : Dr.
A. A-Crane, "W. O. Barnhaidt, F.
S. Armstrong aud A. Barnes.
That evening was spent in recitals
of yarns, puns, singing of songs,
and general'good tempered hilarity
was indulged in until the port of
Makena "as passed, when the
"hoys" were reminded by sundry
winks and blinks from Morpheus
that they owed him the attention
and respect that is due his majesty.
After, the anger of tiled nattiic was
appeased, "on deck was in order,
wiep lo, behold, the Island of Ha
waii loomed up ahead with Mahu
kona as the anchorage for tho day.
At that place cars of the Kohala R.
11. Co. were in readiness to take the
WoVhers on a pleasure tour through
the (Jistrict of Kohala. Thu man-,
ngcraimt of the railroad sliowrd a
kindly spirit in reducing the fare.
The intention originally dirt, not in
clude tho visiting of Kohala ; it Was
simply impromptu, through the
steamer. aud. railroad accommodating
mmmiv i iiuvkviii vihwhiuvw .,-. ,
Tho trip to MUM BUUloti, the
terminus of the road, was a sorlci
of delightful surprises, in changing
scenery and in noticing tho inrtny
curves to the road. Traced on
paper it would appear to bo an emir
mouoly long snake in the agonies of
death, or a Minding river. Instead
of running on a stiaight line, it
makes detours along deep ravines,
-.. ,i ..... in .. ..
doubling on the opposite side,
ing it appear as if the Uain had
chauged its mind and was going
back to the starting point again.
The fields of sugar cane along the
route appear to be suffering con
siderably for want ol water, cver
stick looking parched, thin, small
and extremely short jointed. From
the outlook a great falllng-off in the
crop may be looked for in this dis
trict, entailing an Immense loss to
the planters. At Niulil station lunch
was seived in the round house; at 2
o'clock p. in. the Uain started on
the return, and at G o'clock p. in.
the Kinau was boarded for our des
tination. It being a dark night the
beauty of the Hamakua coast with
its high bluffs and waterfalls was
lost to view, but now anil then tue
glimmering of n light would mark
where the sea was stopped in its
course. As we approached l'aau
hau, the sen was as quiet as a mill
pond. At last the landing came in
sight, being located by lights on the
bluff and down on the whaif. The
landing at this place is the terroi of
nervous people ; even the most cold
blooded have a sinking feeling in
looking up from the steamer and
noticing how one is to land and
reach the top 'of the bluff. Fust
you get aboaid one of the steamer's
boats; when arriving at the wharf,
which towers abuut twenty feet
above, on which is erected a laige
swinging crane, this ciane is swung
out over the water with a huge luh
shaped cage hanging lioin it. This
is lowered into the boat, about "sis:
persons are accommodated in this at
a time, and at a signal we are sus
pended in midair. When the cage
has been raised sufficiently high it is
then swungin onto the wharf. This
is not the end, we are not yet in
safety, for the top of the bluff is
-.till above us. To get there, a cable
tram is built on trestle woik, the in
cline ol which has an angle of fifty
degrees for a distance ot one hun
dretl and seventy-fire feet. The
motive power to tho car is a donkey
engine placed on the top of the
cliff, which winds the bteel rope on
its spindle aud pulls the car up the
incline, at the same time another
one is going down. The ascension
was made in safety about midnight.
The Knights were met by a com
mittee from Mailc Lodge who had
vehicles at hand to convey us lo
Honokaa, where wc weie distributed
among the good people of thai place
to cnioy the hospitality of tilth
homes during our stay in their
midst. At thi3 place the party was
augmented by the ariival of Knight
II. J. Gallagher and J. Kidwell.wlio
went ahead of the party on a visit
to the volcano. Being in training
for a six days' go-as-you-please
pedestii.in match thuy walked from
llilo to Honokaa, a distance of tiftr
miles, that space being interspeisud
by uinety-ninc gulches, some taking
about an hour to cross. It is said
that a Chinaman accosted them on
the road (taking them for a couple
of tramps), with, "you likeu wor
kee?" The next day, Thursday the 15th
inst., wpik began with members of
Mystic lehearsing their respective
paits. The evening, brothers ot
Mystic, Aloha, and Maile lodges as
sembled at the Lyceum, where the
Mailc Lodge have established their
headquarters. They initiated a new
member, after which the "Mystic
team" took the convention in hand
and conferred the amplified Knight
Rank on one of the charter members
of Maile. After this impiessive
ceremony was performed for the
edification of those Knights present
who had never witnessed this branch
of knighthood, the assembled brothers
sat down .to a sumptuous repast,
where sawdust mtneepies, Icithci
and old felt hit sandwiches played
their part, in adding to good fellow
ship of the evening. The Chan
cellor Commander of Maile Lodge,
in a few well-chosen icmarkB, tend
ered the freedom of the town to the
visiting brothers and pilgrims.
The next day was spent in visit
ing diffeient places of interest, and
quite a number visited the residence
of Bro. R M. Overend, the C. C.
of Made, where tho good lady of
the brother spiead a nice lunch for
the party, after which everybody
assembled ou the lawn and stiuck
attitudes for the photographer of
the party, Bro. W. O. Lnckland.
Mis. Overdid likewise developed a
very good photogiaph of the knights.
One of the paity, an M. 13., wan
caught on the fly by a kodak ; the
pictuie when developed will be a
"what is it?" lesemblingafiiend of
Saturday the 17th inst. was the
day set for an excursion to the his
torical valley of Walpio, wheie one
can enter to a distance of about
seven miles, the mountain on eithei
sido rising to u height of about two
thousand feet with almost pjipcndi
cular walls. The tiail into the val
ley from the Kukuihaclo side is
about a milo long, with almost a
sheer diop. The party did not
descend into the valley, but took a
birdseyo view of the scene laid be
low their feet from the cliff above,
with green hued rice patches, native
grass houses, running water and
horsemen laboriously climbing the
(Coucluded next issue,), .
A 1'lurlty Asrcnt if tlin Acrounnt,
rmfk-Nitor U I. 31eHUlfi in Ko.
A vast crowd of tho foreign and
native residents of the aboe dis
trict assembled to witness Piofoseor
Melville's ascent in his balloon from
Waianae gulch on Satuiday, Aug.
lOtli. Just previous to the ascen
sion the balloon unfortunately took
lire, burning a hole in it some If)
feel squat e. However, nothing
daunted the Professor, notwithstand
ing the request of some of his
friends to abandon the attempt,
determined to make it. When up
about 1000 feet the hoop of the bal
loon brok , gieatly to the conster
nation of the crowd. However,
owing to the aeronaut's Intrepid
agility he managed to alight safely,
with the exception of a few bmises,
some miles from the point ol de
paiture. The residents of the dis
trict wished to witness a second
asu nsion and offered to subscribe a
good lotind purse for the occasion,
but owing to the Professor having
to meet the next outward bound
steamer from Honolulu in order to
fulfil an engagement at the Coast,
he, much lo the disappointment of
the public, was unable to make an
other aerial (light. A large notice
of the Star Mill auction sale was no
ticed atlachi'd to the balloon.
THE LATE MRS. JARRETT.
The icpoiled death of Mrs. Paul
Jarrett is confirmed by the arrival of
the Kinau. Mis. Jatrctt died at
Waimea, Hawaii, un the loth inst.,
after a long and painful illness, which
time she bore hersuffeiings with tiue
Christian fortitude and resignation.
She was a native Hawaiian and was
educated at the Makawao Female
Scniinaiy. Mrs. Jarrett whs a woman
of singularly unblemished character
and enjoyed the ftiendship of a large
cucle of the mostii'spected lcsutents
of the islands who deeply sympa
thize with Mr. Jarrett in his sad be
reavement. Mis Jarrett was the
aunt of Miss Kealo Humphreys, who
attended her for several weeks during
her last illness.
Miction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Regular JJash Sale!
To-morrow, Thut sday, Aug. 22
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Vt mj b ilesroo s corner cif Fort anil
"Queen street, I will sell at
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crnckf-ry &, filassu ue
tiacU" IViittoi, Onion1., Wheat and
B u ley,
An us-nrimei t of
A FINE I. T OF
Ciiis Mciliiim B en, Ktc.
On Thursday, Aug. 22,
AT 12 O'l IiIICIl XOOX,
I will sell nl Pubth' Auction, at tn
buk'trooni", for account of vsliom
it may concern,
Marked H in diamond, B:
fin.li 10 NtM-Tiunks.
r.txU'i 13 Ni-tsTi links.
rSvSt 7 SitiRle Trunks.
5i ?,l 'JuipU' CrnnkR.
S5x28 3 SiDg'c Trunks.
Noj. 1.1 anU 1 . Ca es amUH.
OitiingtU ly Sab W ntcr on vojngo of
riiiif-pintiitiuii ix limit Jmp. L. ilarway
from Boston to Honolulu.
Terms Cash, in U. S. Gold Coin
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
111 tllIH Hf
if the TIii iiliiiti lt.lj.KU. In the
imltii of tint Hunk tiitr of Ilii tiuril
Civ font, by wli m h 1'iti Ion for luljm'i
ciiiion wit-Illml mi tin- 20m du ot An
list, t8't, in "-"ill lour', i efon vr,
lis ii i Kulcrt n. I hi iCih day i f in
g st, lt-80.
Upon nrding the said IMltlon. inn1
iion pn ot bi'ini im tti'ii, I du find
that ih- said K'O .A!D OAVKkHD
Iiub ecotne u Huil; mj) wi'liintlio tine
Intent mid me .tiiii;.' oi h A(t piirnved
on thoSflth (lu o A iKtiiit IbHI, etnltlid
"An Act to ri'(.uliitu iiroit'cdincs in
Uiiiikruptey in tin II. i nliitii I.-lniuls "
And Idolieribv ilerbuc ami udjinlo
i Dinkr'n i nc rduuly.
And I do fu'iln i h d- r 1I111 tin CmmII
lots of the aid HinUnpid ni- l utul
piove t fir di 1 1 I eli ic tub Ju-ii-c nt
the Supreme Ctiuit a -lutM in till' g in
t ImraliufH ut Aliimaui lll, II tin u u,
ou the iJOtli ilny ol tun I, iHM, bD.
I' ecu tli( lionuot 10 '( 1 ick in tin fore
ooii im ' i oon u lie aid d i ,11ml ckci
one or moro ' s inei or "hs.goets of
tlio said lliinkp pi'- estate
And ihat ti"tici' tl ereof hi faib ifhed
in tho Daily Hu 1,1.1 in i cwm n,tir pub.
lihhel in lhinolii.ii, in the EiKlidh Ian
And Ihnt tho t"ld. UinUritpt shull
ImniidliiKlj HI11 wIili the Oh tl of tiiii
Il'iiioiiihli! t Vmi 1 11 m lit. i.iilc uf Ins ' ii
dilor. and A-etb, ns Kjiircii In 111'
KICI1D P ltlOKB ToN,
J si'ii f Ii 1 pi cm 0 iiiri.
Alt' : -I 'i Hun- D " 1 'n k
Dated Honolulu. May 21, lER't.
HHK 1 ext torni of Uu Kimipliimcli..
I'lfiiaiuinry snlin 1 ill 01 v
MONDAY, Mpimiliir '. d, AppHo..
lions t (Uni-fli'ii should Ij(j luadu ut
onco to the Principal.
820 Id 1 Miss 0. A. REAMEB.
A. Honolulu Kllii!H.
VIA, M ESTHERS of thi Ompnnynio
luTi'bv o dt re 1 1 it port at tlio Ar.
nvrv at 2:'t0p. in slmn.on Ihurelny,
2'd iti-t., In fillpilc uniform for tlio fu.
nerii' n the 1 do '"ornnrnl Nr"'k.
C. W. ZMOLRR
a fiipinln Con ni inlMnr
FUNERAL NOT I cT
rn in OVFIOE S AM) BROTH
Exc.Mnr JMpo Nr. 1 l.O.O.P.
nre in n ijy n till n in nirtji ni uieir tints
ni 1 I'.in 'cm r o (Tlinrlnv) August
'i'i I, fo j'i" iiirpoi f itti'iiiHii r 'in- ru.
ueml of tin)' lit lir ilie C. II. Niedl,
i chiIum f Ha In t.yl.Mlgc nd vUlllna
I'tct' rcn nr i otilli Iv l-tvl'rd ohIi'm).
IV'Orkr. -- A. ". MKLl.'-,
31 It N b i- u un.l
J (tM vvlih ca)v. on Klnir Mrnt or
V alktkl ro id, In twe-n autitiy Smith anil
Tlionn Stitt'iri' Tile liuitur IP tn c
wiide 1 by havini; th miiiic n' ilic A '
lim Chamlic luin' ntlfi'. ImI n 1' lici,
Auction SalesTby James F. Morgan.
"' ; ' --t r- i
15 order ol Mu. CAS WALL. 1 will
se.l ut I'liidtc v-iiilon, ut my
6ul('Jiom Qui en M .
On MONDAY, Aug. 2Clh,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
On Lililia st'c't, adjoining the property
of O.iptuin Tiipp.
Tlic Lot hi; a frontage of al)oiill0
feet on I.ilih'i -tr. tt und l abtiit 20j
feet dit'ii 'I here is a
Large Dwelling Houss,
On tlio propel tv, coiiilnlng, L'trge Pal
lor, iiiitifr Itocm, 3 Ileiiio m Vuruimi
Uooms, Dining Humib, L'e, O-okam
Huh llousc, Mililei), bcrvauu' IIouscr
'I lie l.ol is well covered vvi'li priif1
and pl.iDliit .ith a variety of ttci"
Wiiter laid on tlir.'uglinut
Tlio DvulliiiK Hiiti-e ii in good re
pair and the rooms and veriinii.n 111
largo anil airy
CSTTwo ihinN of Oie purchase moncv
can remain on mortgage.
t2EF"Fi r fuiiliur pail cukirs apply to
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
S.iont Am tiotncr.
FOR SALE at AUCTION !
BY J. V. MORC.AN.
Oil SATDUDAY, Viifr. 34111,
At 12 o'clock noun,
4 or 5 llnvv:i:uii Curriace A
111 a!cia- Hiirwoo. fN
A GUtMAV or POlt UGU' SE Gill
J. a- nutj-e. A p' .11 ih.ft ottlci.
These Schools opeu lor the New Year
September l, 188.
The faculty of O.iliu College will be
the same as la-t je.ir. The Fiiend
says: uV'e tliinl; th it time Ins nevei
been an ablet faculty at 0 din College,
or one butter adapted to linpatt .1 higli
classical and hcientitiu cduc.ulon."
The lloaidiug Department em nc
commodate but few more than weie in
attendance last car, and all who dctiie
to cniei hliotiid make an e.ttl) applica
tion. The Piep.uatory fcchool continues
undci the I'liiiclpaUlilpof Mi-h Malone;
Mis-? Cane A. Gilnian takes Miss
Chamberlain's position, the 1 ittei h.iv
ine; icnlgiRil to ictnoe lo the United
Tin Truitecs aie lmppy to aniiouiic
t at, thtoiigh the gentiotis inti'H st of a
fiiend. they aie electing a line new
building and icmodcliiig the pie'ent
one, K) dint this hchuol will occupy new
and coinuiodloiin (ju.uteih in Septem
ber. When thus ipilpi ed vvi bellcv
the Pit'p.uatoiy behooi will offer oppor
tunities second to nunc in the Induni.
fcfci.-Addu8s all letttrs of inquiiy or
KLV. V. C. MEKKITT,
1117 Im l'rotldcnt.
u. . IKWIS.
Hell Tfle. iSO 1'. O. Hiix fO.
LEWIS -""cVWH iTt
HAVE OPENED AN OITIOB
No. 15 Kaaliumanu
For 1 ' 'I r mu I n of '( IK nil
Musings, embracing: '
A(lj')i'lng and JiNpi rtlng Hooks
Keping AicnuiiiK and Making ('it
G in il Cnlliciloii ,
II ii.o I.tVnnd ItVnif CnPrctcd.
H i' Ktiiii n miuIiI and "old.
a Irnir icon b.
A ' t'c i-of Ti'l i' fiiriilshnl,
1) i ii k of Dtcds, I. mi'!1, C'ontiacts,
A (jr. cuiilllK, i'.te.
0 'jo tiir und , 12ngroi-?ttig of iilliUs.
C11 torn II mis 0 Entii s inailo nnd
Goods Olriind, Etc., Ktc.
The v-ijifil ii)itiiicR cxperionco of (lie
mentbiT" f tl"1 ft in U 11 i-uftlclent gu'
tun y of pHbllily on tliclr part for ih
lb f iy of ill inniir eniitisud to
'Ii. in H 'titbli 1 mid irompt uticn
ten i" jIk nun and by rciisnniihl
In fi -ill m viui't, thoy hOjio to
rotrit genet ii I patronage. .
327 tf LITiVIH & WHITM.
Sliurt Seiions i'rffl SkibiBiirin
"fke earth hath bubbles, as the water has, and -thesd arc of them.'
Now that tho two big bubbles blown up to such size in tho D,ut,r
I3ulu.ti.n- by jealous rivals of the grand old Mutual, have been pricked
and btirstcd, it is easy to understand how much spaco an advoilisement
e.tn occupy and still contain nothing but wind, and as the creators of both
bubbles havu publicly admitted their inability to prove the contents other
than wind, the mystified readers may now find that "There is rest for tho
v "An ho7iett tale speeds best being plainly told."
Kino Riciiaiui III.
It is a plain, unadulterated and iticontrovertablc fact that the Oldest
Active Life Insurance Company in the United Stales and the Largest
Financial Institution in the Wo-ld is I lie Mutual Lilo liibUraiico
Company oi" .Sew York.
' Ilicno "Indeed, he hath an excellent good name." Uksula
"His excellence did earn it ere he had it."
Much Ado Auout Nothing.
The excellent good name which the Muuial Life Insurance Company
bears is the direct tcstilt of a business career extending over the past hair
centuiy. Dining this time ii has earned a deservedly high r. putalion for
honoiablu dealing, prompt bctthraent of losses, liberal policies, lirge pro
fits, and unquestionable security. No company offers gi cater inducements
to persons contemplating insurance.
"He is iveil paid that is we'll satisfied."
Mi.rcii.vkt or Vi.xici;.
Evcrj one who holds a policy in the Mutual Life is mote than well
satisfied, and mot without ample reason: for no other Life Insurance Com
pany in the Woild has ever equalled the actual icstilts of policies in.ittueil
ami pam uy 1110 .uuiitai Jue, ami no otlier company can
"Bosom up my Council, you'll find il wholesome."
Kino IIkniiy VII I.
If you want reil genuine insurance, cheap insurance, and profitable
insurance, and non-forfeitable iniiuaiice, and incontestable insurance;
insui ance that can't get away from you, that covers you completely and
cotnfoitably like a blanket; insurance that will be paid promptly when it
is due without vexatious woiry or delay, without any deduction or fuss
whatever; insurance that will provide against eveiy contingency that
human wisdom 1 an foresee, Itisnte in The Mutual Lift' Inmmtnco
oiupiiuy of New York. A. D. THOMAS,
28 tf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
By order of Vn. JOHN HIND. Manager
of tlic Mar Mill t'o., I n ill si 11 at Pub
At Knpnnu, M0I111I11.
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August 80lb and 31-t,"
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. 31.,
87 Gal.MnIes aiiu Harnesses
15 IIoie and Mari
Owe Wagons Cm c
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's. &: 111 1 rater's loulh,
And a coinpltlu aoinictit of
Aericnltval Iuleuutii '!
1 lit! Vill Jlllll V Ol
is hi HiM-'-'uVa 01
wliieli arc u icitfd
1 a'i vo n 1 I
cr, off r- lor
ml 1 0 ' 1st o
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 nil 150 111- l!'jl ; "
I b til t, 1. il 7 -t I'
1 Vui iiuin I'.ui t. i, ni liialic
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Tjg thpriltlii e vimii) aort.
n nt ol
CiarlDers, CleaiiiDg Pans, Cooltrs, &c.
And o bei Mfiihincij t 11 1 1 1 v 'ouiid
in -t vol' iOi 1 (I Mill.
SSyFor f itlicr paril'"i' ply to
wm. j. brodie;
33 "1. in :iMv Anutioncer
Cuvriac Fiip S3: le Cheap.
W tundir Car.
bice jij't lliiiliid
mu Ii nd omi'l. tiiiiimcd
n llrht (Mas'
III IO Ol i.i
y'i , ni '! imninlliitily
ii'iim. nt. Annlvto
NEl one toiy Cottage
on niipi'i p.ut nf Lilifia
Rtiect, eon niniiu r, looms
11 uily pnpeied and painted, bath room,
kite en, nleo hivvu, shade tices, ele.
Will be leuted icii'-oii.ible to a e;Mod ten
ant. UAWlliAX IJUSINES1- AGENCY.
STOHK T- LET
'pn. Mni' liiMi (irouplid
I In u t It .i ... 11 .
all&S& "1 ck. K nf t-lriM, Hi'iotsm
able r nt I ' o'. n vlv el ' once
IIAWVIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
' I ' E best remedy for
I wound'-, ulceia,
gnllii, piotid llesli and
horns of ovcrv ilcsniln.
j!r&kJe'- - tlon to peisniiR or anl-
miil-. Adopted by leading hoice rail
ioad, elub and hveiy H lues, etc.. in
Hie United Mates and du'wlicie. We
.ue picpiied tn piovu ibis statement by
iLvtinionl.ils aud icfereuees to plauteie
and llveiyineu in this Kingdom.
' HAWAIIAN I'USINESS AGENCY.
URGEas'-nitiueiitof ' hotogr.tphs
and mohhiiu pie VIovv rf of the
most nt 1 1 active i-cmu-iy. biiildlugH, cto,
in tins lauuiUM, lursiue at leubouanie
HAWAIIAN nU'IXES AGKNOY,
Corner Fort and Jlortmaut atn'otfc.
HHuhiuhvu iv ivnivr, m lulu, U3 UUII UU HIIUWU Uy tllU
estermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
MADE EXPltEriSLY FOR THIS CLIMATE.
J. & C. F8SC8-IER PBAfOS I
BOUDOIK UPRIGHTS CABINET UTRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-knowD American Factories on the Way.
rOR SALE AT MANUFAC TURER'3 PRICES BY
Ed. KOFFSCHLAECER & Co.
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
Snnfin In Ikol ouabak-i moron ii),,i,n.i..j Join
N,IIN In Use UUA,IS.f0U jEttddhM 1840
ENDO .SLD BY THE FOLLOWllSG ARTISTS
CLARA LOUI&E KeU.OGG,
aXU-lO JDKl'AlC'l'Ail- XT -
KAWAIIARi Wt WS CO.,
,, ,, . , . Sol-' Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Call, or wntc for Catalogues. . 3211m
otace to Sportsmen !
IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE
A LARGE LINE OF SHOOTING BOOTS,
IN RUSSET, TAN, GRAIfv & PORPOISE SKIN.
Porpoise JLiace Bootert &c lioen,
Gtturanteed Waterpioof. Now additions constantly being made
to our Large Stock of
Ladies' and Gents Fine Goods.
The ManufaciureTssFoe o. 86 Hotel Si.
lil K a.ia WHITE
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
JUST RECEIVED PER
I-aepw Ac 3EmlroicITies,
IN QREvT VARIETY at VI RY LOW PRI ES.
show equal pro-
King and Bethel Stroets.
Ivan E. Moiiow.vfcKi,
Anu Many Othehs.
SAILOR -o- HATS
'SLiS 50 GENTS
EHLERS & CO.
8. 8. "AUSTRALIA"
tiuder thw manugemont of BIISB
teiitoi r m --jjC a ,
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