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SS . BY AUTHORITY.
2nd District, 2ud Precinct !
Kei?istratiou of Voters !
The Board of Inspectors of I'tec
tion for the 2nd Precinct, 2ml Dis
ttict, Honolulu, will meet foi llegis
teriug Voteis and correcting the
Keg'njter, tit the Polling Place fur
said Precinct (Hon. Ji. Bice's
Barn, School street), on FKIDAY,
.Ian. 17th, from 7 to 9 v. i., on 'SAT
UHDAY, .Itui. 18th, fiom '.! to 0
p. m.j at Engine Co. No. I, on MON
DAY and TUESDAY, Jan. 2Ulh and
2lht, from 7 to S each evening.
MeotingH will be held at ahoc
places on nine days of the weeks
and at same, bonis until fuilhei
gj" Votcis will plentc biing llieii
Tax HociMptM with Ilium.
151 tf Chaiinian.
1st District, lsi Predict!
Inspectors' Notice of Time and Place
For Registering Voteit.
The Inspectors of Election for the
1st Piecinct ot the 1st District of
Honolulu (the 1st Precinct com
piles tli.it portion lying east of
Punahoti stieet fiom tlio mountain
to the sea) will hold meetings foi
Registering Voleis and collecting the
Hegister, WEDNESDAY, .Ian. lflth,
lb'JO, between the bonis of 2 v. M. and
ft I', m., at the oflice of the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufaetoiy, Queen street.
Also meetings for Registiation of
Voters will be held at Long llianch
Baths, Waikiki, TUESDAY, .l.ui.
14th, SATURDAY, .l.m. ISth. from 7
to 0 r. m., at Kamoiliili Chinch, .Ian.
17th, same houis, and at Woodl.iwn
D.iiiy Premises, .Ian. 2()lh, fu,m fi
to 9 i. m.
E. G. SCIIl'.MAN,
Chairman of Inspectois 1st Pi?
einct of 1st District.
1 17 Id
M District, 1st Precinct !
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectors of Election foi the
2nd District, 1st Pieciuet, Honolulu,
will hold meetings for Registering
Voters and collecting the Register,
on THURSDAY, Jan. Iflth, fiom H
to 0 i'. ji at Maeinae Chuieii, on
SATURDAY, Jan. 18th, at Stoic,
comer of Nuuanu and Pauoa streets,
between the same houi-, and on
MONDAY, Jan. 20lh, at I'auoa
Chinch, same hours.
ALF1.ED W. CARTER,
Chaiiman of Inspeetoisof Election,
1st Piecinct, 2nd Distijet.
3rd District, 1st Precinct !
Rejristration of Voters.
Notice is hereby given that a meet
ing will lo held in the 1st Piecinct,
Urcl District, Honolulu, at the Hono
lulu Ritles Aimoiy, Beietania sheet,
on MONDAY, Jan. 13th, between the
linuri. of 7 and !) c. m., on WEDNES
DAY, Jan. 1.1th, same bonis, and on
FRIDAY, Jan. 17th, and SATUR
DAY AFTERNOON, from 4 to 0, foi
the puri os- f Registering Voters apd
collecting the Register. These meet
ings will be continued fiom week to
wee): at the same place on the same
tltivs and bonis as above.
147 tf Chaiiiniin.
Slli District, M Precinct!
IIO VOl.Cliil. OAIII .
il g'. tration of Voters !
Tin Inspectois of Election foi the
2nd Piecinct of DMnet .1, Honolulu,
Oahu, will meet in said Pwcinctiit
the Hcformatoiy School foi the ptti
pose of Registering Voters for Nobles
and Representative, and collecting
the Itegistcr, on THURSDAY, Jan.
KUli, fiom 8 to 10 a. m. ami fiom I
to 7 e. m., on Jan. 18th, fiom 8 to 10
a. it. and fiom ! to 7 r. m , and on
Jan. 22ud, fiom 8 to 10 a. m. and
fiom 4 to 7 j. m. Notice of, fuilhei
ineetingH will be given, at the above
g"Plcase bring your Ta Re
ceipts. gjThn 2nd Piecinct of the 5th
District, comprises all that portion
of the District niakai of King street
aud west of ibe load up k'.ililu
Valley. W. I.. WILCOX,
Chaiiman of Inspectors of Election
2nd Piecinct, filh District, Ho
nolulu, Oahu. IJ8 tf
3rd District, 2nd Precinct !
Registration of Voters I
Foi the pnrposo of Registering
Voters and cot reeling the List ol
Votcis, the undersigned Inspcclois
will hold public meetings at Aliiolani
Hale on FRIDAY EVENMNd,
TUESDAY F.YENINO andTlll'RS
DAY KVI.NINfS.J'in 17lh.2lv and
2:iid, lS'JO, between the bonis of 7
and 9 o'clock.
Resides the ahnc meetings, the
Rcgistiation of Voters will pmeceil
forthwith, and continuo daily at the
same place during otUce hours until
the end of this month.
The Boundaries of this Piceinet
are as follows All that portion of
Honolulu mnkai of Beietania stieet
to the Water Fionl, bounded by
Uichauls Stteet on the Ewa side,
and by Ala pai and South Stieels on
the Waikiki side.
g0 No pet -on can vote vvhoe
name is not Registered in the New
Register of this l'lecincl on oi lie
fore .Janiuiy P.lsl instant.
CI. V. TETEKS,
Inspectors of Election, 2nd Pie
cinct, .hd District. I til Ht
4th District, 1st Precinct !
I loiiolulu. OilllU.
Registration of Voters !
The Inspectois of Election foi the
First Piecinct, of District Foiu, will
meet at the olllce of M. I). Monsar
rat, Caitwiight Building, Meichanl
street, opposite Post Ollice, on SAT
URDAY, Jan. ,18th, from 1 to '.
i: M., on MONDAY, Jan. 20lh, fiom
I to '.) t'. m. Notice of any fuithei
mcelings will be shell at tbeaboe
All voters when registering aic res
pectfully testiest, tl to bring tbeil
TbeF'nst Piceinet of the Fouilli
District comprises all that pottion of
said District lying we-t of Niiu.tnu
M D. MONftARRAT,
Chaiiman of Inspectois of Election,
l-l Piecinct, lib Dish ict. 1.1171
4lli District, M Precinct !
Registration of Voteis !
Bounded by Itichatds St., Beretania
St., Nuuanu St. and the Hiitbor.
The Inspectois of Election for the
above Piecinct will meet at the Bell
Tower foi the put pose of Registering
Votcis. mil collecting the Rcgishy,
on SATl RDAY, Jan. 18th, fiom 1
to 8 i v., and on WEDNEisDAY,
.Inn. 22ml, SATL RDAY, Jan. 2.r)th.
and FRIDAY, Jan. IJUt, at the mine
houi.s O. T. ROlXiFRS,
II. W. AULP,
T. 0. PORTER,
1.11 til Inspectoi.s ot Election.
Nciticc of Kcwai'd.
In .uciiidancc with the power con
fenid iijioii me by Law, I hereby
otl'ci a tewiiid of Fifty ('10) Doll us
to be aii to any peisou who shall
give evidence which will lead to the
conviction of any peion for the vio
lation of an, ot the pioM.sious ni the
Election Law by doim; any act de
signated in .such law as a "coirupt"
oi "illegal" pi.ictice.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Olllce, Jan. Ii, 18B0.
4 IS If
N (it ion to Votors.
The last Legilatuie changed the
boundaries of ecil.iin Election Dis
tricts, tocnricspoud with the changes
( 'hanger, have been made in the
following named Districts, and conse
quently all voteih icsiding tiieieiu will
have to Register befoto the Inspectois
of Election of their lesjiective Pie
cinetft, in otdet to vole at the coming
election, vi. :
IM.AX1I OI' OAIII'.
The live Districts of Honolulu.
im.vxo or maim.
The District of Wailuku.
The Dish ict of Not lb Wailuku.
'J be District of liana.
The Second Piecinct District of
IsI.ANO OP HAWAII.
The District of South Hilo.
, The District of Cent ml Hilo.
The'Distriot of North Hilo.
The Fiist and Second Pieeincl of
the District of Hiunakiia.
Tlio District of Kona.
In all other Districts the Register
of those who voted at the Election in
1887 will bejised as llio basis of the
Registei for 181)0, subject to (be col
lections and additions icqiurcd bv
Evety volet sliould examine the
Register of the Piecinct in which be
icsidcs, in order to sco that hie name
is theie, whclhci icicgisteritig Is io
tuireil or not, as it may hao been
omitted by accident.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Jan. , 18!H).
In accoulancc with Section 1 of
Chapter XXV II. of the l.iwv of 18315,
nil peisons holding niter privileges
or thn'c paying watei rales, mc here
by notified lh.it the watei i.ites for
Ihe.teim ending June .!0, lS'JO, will
be due and payable at the olllce of
the Honolulu Water Woiks on the
llrst of January, ISflO.
All such uiiiv lemaining unpaid
for fifteen iIiivk after they are due
will be subject to an additional 10
Pal lies paying i.ites will please
piesenl llieii last icceipl.
Rates in payable at the ollice of
the Water Wnik in the IC.ipuaiwa
The statute allowing no diseietion
strict enfoicement of Ibis clause will
be made. C1IAS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dee. 21, 1SS!. l.'Utf
Vrilfrit to neither Sect nor Party,
But t tnbliihtd for the beueKt of all.
MONDAY, JAN. Dl, 181)0.
Who "juggles," the Judge or Hie
Minister? is a question heard pass
ing aioiuid to-day.
There N apparently consideiable
want of knowledge among native
Hawaiians in regard to Hie mutter
of icgistralion of voters. All pro
per means should be used to en
The people elect the House of No
bles, the people constitute the whole
of the Legislature. Pacific C. Ad
vet User January Mb, 1890.
According to the ollicial figures,
14,.1!)R electors on the diffctcut isl
ands vote for repicscntalives and
only 2!!)7 vote lor Nobles; conse
quently it is not the people who
elect the House of Nobles, but only
a favored fiachon of one-fifth of the
Mr. A. Ii. Rowat, V. S., is gazet
ted as having icsigned his position
as Government Veterinary Surgeon
for the kingdom. It appears that
Mr. Rowal has not "resigned," but
has been "dismissed." He was no
tified by letter on October .1, 1889,
that his 'services would not be re
quired after the flrs.t of January of
this year, as other arrangements
would be made for doing the veter
inary work of the Government." He
did not resign because no reason
against him was assigned foi his clu
ing so. Mr. Rowat, who Is. Known
as an cllicient veterinary suigcon,
continues Ids private practice as
A gvntloman recently arrived
fiom Kau, Hawaii, icports gieat
activity in road-making in that dis
trict. He gives it as his opinion
that the best road for that district
would be a railroad connecting Ililca
and other plantations with South
Point. A careful personal exami
nation enables him to testify that
at this Point tlieie is good and safe
accommodation for shipping; that
the natural grade for the suggested
railroad is easy, and the cost of con
st! uction would, therefore, be coin
paiatively small ; and that this would
be the best aid to populating a large
and feitile tract of land now unoc
cupied. The gentleman considers
this a legitimate Government undei
taking, and one that would prove
KEEPING LABOR DEGRADED.
Eiuioii Bri.i.Krix: The princi
ples of the save-lioldeis of the
I'nited Slates of the South, and the
entile want of principle and con
science of the dough-faces of the
Notllt were justified and apologized
for on the same lines by which the
announced policy of the Cabinet in
icgard to the Ch'ineso will be advo
cated. Their plans contemplate the
introduction of a state of aifaiis
very similar to that which prevailed
in the States thiity years since, un
der the Dred-Scolt decision and the
fugitive slave law.
It seems very probable that the
Islands will become an undesirable
homo within ten years after the ad
dition to our disfranchised hordes of
Chinese and Japanese, who already
comprise one-half of our adult male
population, if the irruption of moie
of the same class is permitted or
provided for. It renders the future
prospect slill more gloomy and for
bidding if such ir any immigrants
HONOLULU, II. L, JANUARY 1.'!, 181)0.
arc to be welcomed to the hospitali
ties of common field labor unci judi
cious "Christian teaching," but to
be denied the incentive of the least
possible improvement of social,
moral, civil or pcciiniary condition.
The agricultural laboring class,
unfortunately, have no voice in the
election ef lialf the Parliament, as
they arc deprived of a vote for the
Nobles no part or lot in more than
' !U1,J 1-
half, if the Ministers aic
allowed so much arbitrary
usurped authoritv there. In spite of
the plain provision of the Constitu
tion, which reads: "The Incentive
and Legislative powers shall be for
ever kept distinct," and also" Parlia
ment shall be composed of the No
bles and Representatives."
Common laborers have as much
claim to piotcclion from the compe
tition of, and debasement to the
level of a semi-proscribed class a
capitalists, mcrchai.t, or mechanics.
A PERSONAL STATEMENT.
Em roit Brtir.TiV: Regarding
the controversy between the Min
ister of the Interior and Mr. Wide
nnnn, into which my name has
been brought, I wish to say that
while I apptoved of the list of in
spectors, etc., for myself, I deny
positively that I told' the Minister
that I was authorized lo act for Mr.
Widemann. When Mr. Thurston
asked me. on Friday if I had not
stated to him Unit f was acting for
Mr. Widemann, I told him distinct
ly that I had made no such state
ment. I had no authority lo repre
sent Mr. Widcinanii or anjbody
else. Tiiom. 15. Lkas.
'PHE WORKWOMAN'S PAPER
1 "Tlie Dullv Hiilletlit." 00 cents
1st : DISTRICT
MEETING NOTICE !
A line lnj; of (lie
1st District, ICefomi Club
Will he hi'lil at UiP
Beretania Street School House,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan, 13tli,
AT 7 OCI.OC'Ii.
For tlie leirpce of electing Delegates to
ill" Nominating Convention, for the
iioaiinati'in of (Jindiilatcs tor Kolibs
tnl timiiinniliii! n Cundidutu (or Itepie
si'iituiveof tlie Kltsi IMs'rirl
IVrnr.ler A. TOPXO,
C. T. Wii.nr.i:, l Iniiiiimi'.
Seeretiirv . 4 HI '
2nd District M'on CM!
Voters AH cut ion !
In pursuance of Hip call of the (Vicnd
(.'oiiiiniltie there will he a tnecUiignl
the above iiiiinul Oluli on
Monday Evening, tlie 13th inst,
AT 7 O'CLOCK, r.t
ATKINSON'S .SCHOOL HOUSE,
I'min.i Ville.v Until,
For the puipose ot r.ominatiiig a Can.
(lidnte for Kepres, mutivn for tint Die.
tilrt, ami the i-'ec ion ol Diilejf-tlis lo
tlie Convention foi tl e nomination oi
CrtiididnlLM tor Noliles.
V.'. II. IIOOtJ'N
1 j H -It s emry.
rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL U3 eolumiii, iiuirly local inn I
I) loii-iiMi iiMiiiiriex t'' per
M DislFict8jori ClaD !
All membi'iB of ill" above Clu'i aie
enl'e I lo meet at the
iioNoi.ri.r mn.Ks AiiMouv.
Monday Evening, Jan. i:J.
AT 7 0 I.OCIC.
For tlie f itrpose ol clcilnir Dfley.it s to
the NniniiiitUn,; Coiivt-ntioii, an I to
ii'iiidn.tic a Heareienlalivu lot t' Di
triei. F. 0.&CIIUMANT,
-4-tit :tt Stereiitiv
4lh District Meeting Notice !
A inee'lai? of tin-Fourth Dislliil ltet'oini
Club will hu iii-Iil nl I lie
Monday Evonlnjjf, ,i:xu loili,
at 7 crci.oru,
Foi the purpn-io of uleetui Dcli'ji iiw
to l'n Noiaiiiatlntj Conven'ioii lot
Noiilrn, ainl noinbiiiibn: a Cainiiibite
for Hi'piiM'iil'Ulve of lite Fouilli 1)1".
triet. 1'er order.
. Old W. SMITH,
T. C. I'oiiimi, Ciniiraiiii..
hecietnry. -1 17 It
5th District Reform Club !
All iiu-mbers of the above ( lull aid te
(nested to inet at tlie
Monday Evoninty, .Ian. i:i,
AT 7 cl'CI.O'JK,
Tor llie purio'e of ichetlii;! Deleuiiles
to meet with Delegate from other
Clubs lo nominate Cni)iliilaic.- loi
Noliles tor the Ului.il ol Ouliu; alfo loi
the laitpriM! ot noiniiintlng n OniHtiil iln
for Itftiiesuatativiiof Hie Flfih Distiict.
ITiO lit Cliiiiiiuiin.
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dltlon to (he amount ot the policy, or, should the insured survive u given number of jeais, the Company will
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Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATXR,
Ginpr Ale, Hop Alt, Grafte, Easjiierrt, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Walers, Etc.
btf Ail conununientiom and orders should lie; ncldn'SHcd lo
OPERA HOUSE i
I.. .1. I.I'VI'.V.
I l.ssi I
Tri'ineuilons Hiilau e mill slunits
lanj'hter f.reet the liiti nri''
FRANK M. CLARK'S
WTin: OrsMivi, Vi l.nicr-'l'lie best
Cotnhiiiiitioii tliut Ins evi r vi-i'nl the
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 14th
OUR MEXT EHTERTA1HSEHT !
With an Knlire Change of 1'iijj Hinme
tr.im lii'ifinniu!; toend. Jiveiy
"Down Want ftflcGiJity,"
Refined ! NtM ! Artistic !
t3f" llov (ilna for ie-erved
open at L. .1 Ij"vcy'-. oillc ,
I I 'Ji
Hotlce of Hearing l.y Commissioner of
BoumUu ie for 1st Judichl
OV npilii"itioii of Siinnel .M )imnn
I will sel'l tin: IV) uiiltir-e ol tin
Kislieiy, at Kahlil, Oahu, Known as tlie
"Km o Kiili.iuu ' i.l llic I'i'ice Conn
ISoiiin, in Honolulu, in TFHr'DvY.
.1 ill at, IMI'l, .it I o loi I. e M : iml nil
pii t !- iiite'e-tid in :'iil in- I r are
Ii -iiy aotilLiI t niti.li I il viit tune
anil nl n e.
Coiniiiiv-loticr ot Uoiinil uie- loi lai
Ho-inbiiii, .Inn 1.5, MM. I'd Iw
A Cnru for Iii(uoirsiI
,11. LOZIER'S IIUVAIIAN OIEP.I'.Y COR-
DIAL, one i.l 'Ii li'-i ieni"ill.'
evi r p e lined lot o il.li- i.-lli'ini, 1 lur
in I cIkn' IiomIiI , ii'id n jju'M' relii'l
lo lioonlii',' e iul'Ii .lint 'liii'iU nlli'C'lon
neK tor Dr. Lolei's Hawaiian fiherry Cor
'lial :nM .it
111 ".in HOLLIh'I'EKiViCO
J TTOI'SE to rent nl Ko SI
&d$&Qi li I!""' 'Uil'i Mri'ei. In
adiSs3nL t v 1 1" I'1"1 ami Niuuuiii
btreirtR A p v )J' Ililitniii'i riltitt."
N 12 W V.KA LAND Ai UlMiT
one p Miinl tins, i a ilelleney lli'tl
ii ! i-fttitii.fr very pipu'm Tlif
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MS lw .ilitelmtit i-liuut.
N'KUIT Wiiteliniiiii, Itefeniirn
ii rinh nl. Apply at tlii olllce.
AX Inti-Higiiit Ymi'iir Mini
otllre. Keti'ience reipilicil.
Ill Hlll.l.ir.tlK Ollleo
(iOOD Cook foi
tiuieli on llnwiiii
Apply tit this olllce
,I IIS. OKItOUNK Is now prep'trril In
It! give iiistiiietions In Fancy Work
al "Tint Arlington," Itnnni tl. Cla-h
Lissom: Monilii' s, Wi ilnewliiys unit
Flhlay.s I'tlv.iti) lemons by spei inl
arrani'i'iiieiit Slumping ami omIkih
priunplly nlti luli'd to. 'IV I If
1)lCIISONb having Cimv anil Itoltb
belonging to the Crjslid r-'ola
Woiks are iispeetfully tcipiei-lfil to
nnltty tlio "Woiks" cltliur by Telephone
oi 1'oMid Caul. US lw
Its usset-j exceeding One Hundred and
ffl O N A D E,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
n the Business Center of Honolulu !
The atloiiliou of (.'.ijiitalihtii, Tiu-teeh and Ileal lt.ile IhvimIoih, in ealhd lo
one of tlie miiht important wiles of Ileal KtAtate, for biisinei
lihiel.", evei held in llonobilit ; the piopeity bei i;
-ilu.iteil in the lieiut of the eily
and hounded by
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel. Streets.
The iindei-Mf'ned has leeeiveil instiuelioiiH to oiler for pale by
auetiiin, al his Sulehrooni, Queen Htieel,
On Saturday,, Jan. I 8, I 890,
..vr ui o'cloc;k noon,
The whole of that VALUABLE CITY i-HOPEKTY, known as the
. "BOOTH ESTATE,"
(I'eepliuy onlv the eoiuer lot on Niiuanu and JIlel MieeltJ, owned by
Mr. .lames Olds) t
Containing in all 16,000 Square Feet.
This its the most compact and diw'mihle piece of ptoperty in Honolulu,
and beinj: siluated in the heait of the nitail Iiumiicks quatter of the eily,
between the two main tiitoiiei. of tiallle, (Foil and Xiiiianii slieels), lenditii;
ti and fiom the whnneii and baibor, it will have a value for all time, and
theiefoie holds out initial. il iiidui'emoiits to capitaliM-., as a lemitneintivo
and peiiinuient inve-tmeiit.
'I he main 1'i.nitaijnb of thi.s jtropoity aie -10 feet on Nuuanu stieel, il.t
feet on Hotel .stieet and 12i) feet on Bethel ftieet, which tlnee stieeth
have been leeently widened by llio Ooverntnent to 40 feet each, and linely
niaeadaniirid aud graded thiou'houtl leudeiiiiK them the lineht tlioronli
lines in the eity. A new .stieet of VI feet width, which inns tlnotti'h the
center of the propeity fiom Nuuanu to Bethel stieet.'!, has been donated by
the owner of tbo block, and this will give additional stieet fiontaj'o of
l'.l.'i feet on one side of (ho new stieet and 01 feet on the other, to all the
lots to bo sold, leaving no lot without a valuable stieet ftontage and to some
of them veiy desirable and valuable stieet eoineis.
Another advantage of this'line ptoperty sib an investment, is its excel
lent sanitary conditions, and being on Ibe highest p.ut of the city, nv i.ai of
Hotel stieet, it will have excellent drainage for buildings eiee'" i ilieieou,
and beini! of suflleient elevation, pininite the consttuetion of iteoji cell.u::,
on account of being beyond tbo leach of tide water.
The block has been sub-divided into building lots, tiinnbeiing 1 to 12
at- can be seen on a l.uge new -in vey map, now on view at my Malestoom.
The title to the piopeity is pet feet. Tonus of sain me one thud cash,
one tbitd one yeir ami one Ibiid two yean, Villi inteicst, at (I per emit per
An "c.iminn ion of thi.s piopeity is solicited, and is eonllilenlly icenin
mended as a peiiiiiiuenlly ii'iutineiative investment.
gj& For fiillerp.iiticidars and infoi million apply to
L. K.JIIkmiiiv. Piesiilent it Manager.
(i()l'l'UKV BlIilWN, Seen tll.V iV TliM-urer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Oppa. SprccUols Uauli, : Fort SI ices, Hoiiolu.n.
lMI'OItTKUS and DKALKItH IN
Hardware, :- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, IJteelolicrs, r,:tmpa $ Lamp Fixliues,
l'niiits, Oils A- YninUhcH, J.nid Oil, Oylind'T Oil,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Maebine-loaded Caittiilges, Chamheilain'ri l'alenl ;
HOUSE ,:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silvei rialedvWiiie, Tiibhs l'oeket Ctillery,
i'lows, I'liiul'eis' Steel Hoes, and other Agiiculliti.il Implements,
, HANDLKri OF AI-L KINDS,
PLANTATION ' SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hait'ri Patent "Duplex" Die Stook for 1'ipo ,t Holt Citllini.:,
Manila & Siaal Itojio, Rubber Hose,
Wire Bound Htibber Hose, Spinelor-giip;
Spiinkleis it Spi inkier Slands,
Union Meliillie Clnitiidge Co.,
Ilailnian'h Steel Wire Fence & Kleel Wild .M.ils,
"New I'ioces" Hope,
Vu). Ci. Fihhei'H Wiought Steol Kauges, Meal's O.uiiige Paints,
(bite Oily Stone Filteis,
"New I'mcets" Tvist Diills,
no-2!l-Sil ' lfai'H l'.itei)t "J)ttiex" j)ie Slocks.
Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
John Ksa, Vlee-l'resblcnl.
Ci'.on, iiitoiv.v, Amlltor.
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