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FKIDAY, JAN. !M, 1800.
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Htinr.l A CuiiiuiIib fioni KikiIiiii
Stint' Kn;il:i (linn Kiiuul
Mint- Kllmicii linn fioin llmiml.tiii
Sohr Kulniiiaiiu finm Wulineu
Aim tern Queen, ThouiiKcl, :ii;d:iy-i from
.spur V G ilall fur Lahulna, Mitutuca,
ICrma, Kaa ami the Volcano at Id
o'clock a in
S:mr Lehiia for Xttit, Muni, at ." i m
.SinirO H ItHhop for Wuliinue, N'alaliia
anil Kouluii at ! a m
i-'rlir Kuwallaul for Koolan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am hkt K X CitMlc. Hiililianl, for .San
FuilieNoo at !l a m
Oerbk .1 O Pliner, Kuisc, for San
Am tcin Fred K Sunder, Itnon, for
Am tern Queen. Thnn;ie,el, for l'oit
t tmr Kuala for l.ali' at :t m
l-'ioin liiininktia, per stun- Kiliiitc.i
ion, .imii -i - ,mi v. uaiiucr.
hoi Muni nml Hawaii, pci-simr W 0
Hull,. lan'-M -For Volcano: K 11 I'ail.er,
Mrsslallor, Mr l'onil, 1'iof V T I!iIk
Iiiiiii, A Wmisev,. For wav port: Ills
Majesty the Mux, Ills i.oiiMi.p the
ltlMiiip of lloiiolmii, Mr ami .Mis V t
'I'eirv. Miss I. I. l.vman.Kev S U DaxN,
U.'V W I) Wott-milt ami wife, lion XV
Smith. J .U Vlvii", U Meiuoeke. Moils
L'o;;uet, I' Pulton, T Lee, K JtoWuil,
MrSlieinian anil wife, Mr Kel.ua nail
wife, T l.ee, Mi V V I lasting.-, Miss
Itcyc, MIm Mlehailo, XV II .loliu.son.
Mis i: Xonle, .lullaii MonsnriMt, Miss I.
I'.n'ker, anil til deck.
SHIPPING (in TEH.
The Meamer Ktlauea Hon sirriveil this
morning from UainuUiia with ;i,On(iliiis
.sugar lor hark. Allien Uummi.
The luuk.l 0 "linger ami the barken
tine S X Uastle will notli sail to-nioi low
wlih sugar for San FraiiclM-o.
The Hleamer Klanii will sirilvo, to
morrow inomiug from winilwanl poits.
The ntcainer Kniila brought 700 hays
ciwrilf frntu l'ilml tlitc mniiiltur
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The Aiucilcau tern Queen, i uptdn XV
Thona;;el, urilve.il this morning. 30 dnvs
from Apia, Sanio.i. Slit; will sail again
t j-moriow for Tort Townseml.
Tho Mourner J A Cummins brought
1,082 bags sugar for the hark .1 C L'ilu-
UltKN'IIAM-DOU'SKTr-At St. Au
di ow's Cathedral, Honolulu, .Ian.
23rd, by thu Hev. Alex. Mackintosh,
Hubert 15. Urenham to Annie Kahti
lUKN'-KAWSOX-lu Honolulu, Jan.
Slid, by the Hev. II. H. Paiker,
Unary A. Jiieu to JIarv A. Hawson.
TNHKY-KKAMKK-ln Honolulu, .Inn.
'.Mid, at the ruiiilenco of .Mr. b XV.
DainnnJiy the Hev.W.D.WcMervdt,
assisted by thu Hev. 0. 1'. Kiiicrson,
W. S. Terry to MNs rattle A.
niMOXD In San I'r.inelco, Cal., Jan.
15, 1839, Nellie Only, beloved wfc
of V. II. Dlnioml, aged 1.1 yeai-i.
Kim op 5ti.i.r.TiN: Allow inn to
propound, for the benefit of those
whom they couccrn, the following
Who spirited uway the Spuniaid?
Did anybody pay a witness in a
certain criminal case tu leave tho
country? Wlio failed to put that
name witness under bonds that ho
might be produced when needed?
Was the .witness wanted by the
llcforni Government, or was he
wunted to be away?
What became of the case even
tually? Was there a bobbery In Court,
and wa9 there an Attorney-General
Was there any threats arising out
o? the case? What was threatened,
and .vho was threatened?
Was the much-vaunted lleform
Government implicated in the case,
or was it not?
Want to Know.
IMPORTANT TO INVESTORS.
Auctioneer Morgan holds, on Sat
urday, one of the largest sales of
city real estate, plantation slocks
and government bonds ever held in
Honolulu, the real estate comprising
nearly an entire block, known as the
Uootli estate property, situated in
the very heart of tho city. An unu
sual opportunity is presented to
small as well as large investors by
the offering of this valuable proper
ty, for the erection of retail, jobbing
uml wholesale stores nro certain to
command high rentals, and must
linvo a large future value.
There is no better investment at
present to recommend to investors
of trust funds tuul to capitalists and
speculators. A largo map of
the property can be seen at Mr.
Moigau's auction rooms, at which
placo all further particulars con be
had concerning this important 9alo.
Immediately after the sale of tho
Heal Estate Mr. Morgan will sell
some valuable plantation shares, also
Jce Stock ami a lot of Government
15'juds. A largo attendanco is ex
pected and full prices mp looked
O broken aud sound
In all respect!"'.
. W. U. FKACOCK.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
So.MIIIIOIlV w.uils u cotlne,e.
Firrv head of fat Moots uiofor miIo
on lCnlniku Itiini'li.
A mill, to do lions-'!' oik and lake
caie of I'liildipn is mlvoiliinMl for,
A MKinisu of the I'lhy Cmnicil is
ciilltd for II o'clock lo-nimtow iiimn
hit; at the (lou'i iiliient Koiim'.
. . .
Tin: dcpaitiiro of the King for Kui
lua thin uioiniiig v.'.is wijliout the
usual ceremony on such occasion.
Ilm.i. t'eiilnil u( I ::'.( thiri after
noon: Wbalingo.uk lf niih'.s norlli
ca( ; fic.sli uoilheiiMl wind; laining.
Tin: fiucigu inuil to be foiwaided
by the baikentine H. X. (.'astle will
ciosc lo-inoriow moiiiiiig at 8:110
Mlt. Jiiiiics Xoll, jr., Iiiir opened
biiNiii(sM n.s tiiistnitli and plumber ut
the corner of King and Al.ikea
Mlt. I... I. Levey ha a special Mile
of dry goods nml gioeeiien, at I Ih
salcHioom, at 1(1 o'clock a. in. to
nionow. Ji'imii: Heady of San Kiaucinco
occupied a i-eat on the Siipicnic
Coiirt bench tlii.s ni.M-niim while the
Coin I was .sitting in liniicn.
Don't foigct the yicat mle of
stocks-, teal estate and (ioveiiinicul
llonds, at auctioneer MoigunV Miles
looiu.s at 12 o'clock ihmiii lO'iimriow.
Tin: extension oi the O.iliu i.iil
io.ul ft oin .M.iiiiina to lioiioiilitili ba&
commenced. A Kitiad of men )uit
been at VtOik on the io.nl this weak.
Mil. How's f-'oucl hoiku O.scuiioiiij
wnssltippid by the ctcunicr XV. .
Hull tliiri morning. I'oiiaidcuiblc
dilliclllty wan experienced ill getting
tin.1 animal on iionid.
Mil. 15. V. Pilliiighniii, l'lesideiil of
Hie Oahu Hailway and L.uul Co., has
genciotibly given ficc pnnse to (be
school children in the Kwa district,
to tukc them to and fioin school.
Lntknoino bidders, are heicby ic
minded that the time M't for receiv
ing lenders for new fculioolhoiises at
Honotnu, llilo, Wainiea, S. Kohaln,
and Kaauhiiliu, ITauiakua, all on the
island of Hawaii, will cxpiic. at 12
o'clock noon on Tuesday, the 2Stli of
Ot'it icadeis will take notice that
in addition to the shares of stocks
already advertised to be told at tho
great ical estate sales to-morrow,
auctioneer Moigan will also offer the
following shares : 2! hhares People's
Ice and Refrigerating Co., 10 slimes
Olownlu Plantation Slock.andii shines
Oahu Hailroad Stock.
Ykstkiidav afternoon Mr W. S.
Terry and Miss Cassie A. Heainei
were married at the residence of Mr.
l' W. Damon. The bridal couple
departed by the steamer W. (1. Hall
thisninrning. When they were boaid
ing thu steamer a number of lady
and gentleman friends threw haiid
fuls of rice and old shoes after them.
Wiikn the tiain was coming (o
town Iron Maiiaua, hist evening, and
when near Aki's rieo mill, a liistelas-.s
car jumped the Hack. The train was
travelling very slowly at the time.
The car did not upset nor icceivc any
injury. Several passengers weio in
it at the lime, but were uiiliuit. The
passcngors in the next car behind,
which keot on the truck, wcie :iltmu-
cd and jumped out. Some of them
got stuck in mud up to. their niid
(lles,whieh was their only miaou tunc.
. Tin: exhibition of fne-woiks on the
Esplanade last evening, was not veiy
lutcicstlug. llctwecn two and Ihtec
hundred pei&ons, chielly natives and
Chinese, had assembled within the
enclosure. The fire-works hail be
como damp from previous exposure
and consequently did not work satis
factorily. The Hawaiian band being
engaged elsewhere, the Portuguese
band was employed to furnish music.
Another exhibition, probably under
more favorable ciicunistanccs, will lie
given, at t lie same place on Saturday
The Royal Hawaiian Ilond will
play this evening at Hawaiian Hotel
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing Is .the progrommc:
March The Order of Hattlc.I.cliffhaidt
Ovintuie Queen of Spades Mippe
Fantasia New Year Hymn Kllng
Seleellon I'lluec Mliuunoto (new)...
Foil I'liiiiehaiiii. Like no a Like. Main
i ke Ao.
Selection llcllsiirhi Dnni.Hll
Fantasia Forgo in the Foicst .
Walt. The Sviens Waldteufel
Polka A Cood Kiss Waldteufel
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Calhcdral Services, !ld Sunday af
ter Kpiphany :
Celebration of Holy Communion,
0 ,.".0 a. in.
Morning 1'iaycr (plain) !):!J0,
Celebration of Holy Communion
(Choral), 10 a. in.
l'reacher Hev. II. II. Gowen.
Hawaiian Evensong, !J:30 p. m.
Evening grayer ami Scrmoti,
C p. m.
Preacher Hoy. W. II. llainpa.
fllinday School, llilS a. m.
Saturday, .Tan. a.'itli, Feast of
Conversion of St. Paul
Holy Communion, 0:!10 a. in.
Morning Prayer with address,
0 n. m.
ICvt'iiing Prayer, ! p. in.
n.MliY mU.I.IUTIN: IIOMOLUJ,,!', II. I.,
rVlarrlac of Miss Annie ,
K. Dowsetl: to Mr.
Robert B. Rrenhnm.
Tho Ceremony at St. An
Itccciilliiii at I lie lii'lile'n I'm-ciital
rti-Hl.tfiice.-A iti llltmil r.iciit.
The marriage of Mi"s Annie la
hawalu Dowselt to Mr. llohert P..
Hreiiham was soleninized in St. An
drew's Cathedral yesleiday evening,
with very brilliant and beautiful ac
cessories to give aus-piciousness lo
the event. Elaborate and splendid
lloral decorations jr-ive a festal ap
pearance lo the Intel lor of the grand
edifice. Great bouquets were placed
effectively on the ccclesiiis,tical fur
nituio, festoons of delicate vines
hung between I lie pillars, lieie were
banks of green and there beds of
choicest roses. Mailings were clad
with vines spangled with llowcr.
UotiqticU 011 pil'ai's and cliaudelieis
were fastened with silken ribbons,
the long ends of which llullcred
gracefully down. An aich ol palm
leaves and roses was reaicd over the
approach to the altar, .being sur
mounted wilh a gmgcoiis marriage
bell of Dink and white roses, and
over this a while dove held sticaiu
ers of white satin ribbon, on which
appealed the surnames of bride and
bridegroom. Il is ptoper to slate,
in passing, tliulthe decorations were
designed by Mis. .lauiM W. Kobeit
sou, Mrs. Geo. 10. Moat'dinau, uiul
Mis. Paymaster Corwin.
llcfoie Hie appointed hour of
seven the cathedral was crowded
Willi invited guests and others,
Messrs. II. M. Whitney, jr., .1. IL
Wodehouse, jr., S. A. Monsarrat,
and K. V. llishop being the ushers.
The front pews on either side of the
centre aisle were imbedded in roses,
and were occupied by Mis. .1. I.
Dowsed, Mrs. M. C. Monsarrat,
Mr. J. I. Dowselt, jr., Mr. M. I).
Monsarrat, and lion. M. P. Deady
of San Francisco. Mr. "W ray Tay
lor punctually started a wedding
air on tho instrument, the bride
groom the next moment entered from
the side and stood at the front of
the chancel. There was no delay
before the bridal party marched up
the aisle to Lohengrin's wedding
march on tho organ the bride lean
ing on the arm of her father, lion,
.lames l..l)oivsett, followed by Miss
Mary Dowsctt, maid of honor, and
Mr. J. M. Monsarrat, best man,
then bridesmaids and groomsmen,
namely, Miss Jameson and Mr. Kd.
Dowsctt. Miss Lizzie Conev and
Mr. W. T. Monsarrat, Miss F.mma
Davidson and Mr. AlikaC. Dowselt.
Hev. Alex. Mackintosh with mark
ed imprcssiveuebs joined the happy
pair in wedlock, a fulLchoral service
being rendered by the choir, begin
ning with the hymn, "How welcome
was the call." The ceremony was
completed beneath the lloral bell in
front of the altar, followed by the
faigning of the register in the vestry.
As the parly lefl the edifice the or
ganist played Mendelssohn's wed
ding maich with his accustomed
The bride looked lovely, her
charms of face and figure being not
the least causes of admiration. She
wore a dress of white moire sill; with
train, the front panels of gold bro
caded silk, a splendid veil and dia
monds completing her adornments.
Miss Maiy Dowsett was dressed in
a corn-coiorcd costume, Miss Jame
son in one of peach blow, Miss Co
ney nile green, and Miss Davidson
Tho wedding reception was hold
at "llanhaukoe," residence of the
bride's parents, Palatini. A large
lamii had been built for the occa
sion, having a solid dancing floor
and roof of iron. Coloied lanterns
were hung profusely amongst the
trees and shrubbery and all over
the sides of the houses. Flags of
all nations new and bright canopied
and draped the interior of the lanai,
which was further bcaittilled with
one of the richest displays of foliage
and bloom ever seen hero under a
loof. One ol the prettiest lloral de
signs was that of a harp at the head
of the hall. Three bowerlike alcoves
were constructed on tho east side of
the lanai tho central one for the
bridal icccplion, that on the right
for refreshments, and the one to the
left for the orchestra. The couple
received congratulations from tho
guests standing on a carpet beneath
a beautiful lloral marriage bell.
Their Majesties tho King and Queen
were among the earliest in the long
procession that went forward to fe
licitate the joyful couple. They
were attended by Mr. .las. W. Hob
crtson, Vice Chamberlain, and Mrs.
Uobertson, lady in waiting to Her
Majebty. Over a thousand invita
tions had been issued for the wed
ding, and a large proportion of those
invited responded. The throng was
so i'reat as to make it almost impos
sible to procure a full list, hut the
names qf tlioso atteiuting, so fa.r as
noted down, will ho found below In
Mons G H d'Anglade, French
Commissioner; lion and Mts XV F
Allen, Dr Anderson, Mrs A T At
kinson, Miss Atkinson, Mr AtkJn
son, jr, Mr mid Mrs W G Ashley,
llio Misses Along.
mMMM m mm
!! iioriiy IHcx'lc. Nil. J'l l-'iii'l slci'i'l.
Fmiili, Biellih ami Aniricii D17 ami Fancy (ianls,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
1T1.I. LINK UK HOLIDAY tl .OIH
Kill (ilo'es, DiBioii Dye Blacl Hose in Rililial & Plain.
This Space is Reserved
LIABIM MILLINERY HOUSE
Hon C II I'.ishop, Mr and Mr.s G
K l'.oai'tlman, ?tlr.l llailram, Holland
Mrs Frank Hrown, Hon Cecil Itiown,
Mr Godfrev I'.iown, Mrs (' F Hush.
Mr ami Alts Malcolm llmwu, Mr
and Mis J K Hrown, Mis Hiiek
wood, Col and .Mrs J II P.oyd, Mis
Harlo, .Mrs Hicnig. Miss II Hrown.
Senhor A de S Canavarro, Portu
guese Commissioner; Mjs .1 O Cur
ler, Miss Carter, Mr and Mrs JJitice
Cailwrighl. Mr A W Carter, Mrs
.las Campbell, Miss Mav Cummins,
Mr. and Mis II N Castle, Miss Car
no Casile, Mr and Mis K S Cuiiha.
Hon A S (.'leghorn, Mr A J Camp
bell, Cap! Coghlan, l' Ss Mohican;
.Moils Cognct, Hawaiian Consul at
Tahiti; Mi T Cummins, Mr .John F
Colburn, Lieut Crocker, V S S Mo
hican, .Mis ('rocker, Mr aud Mrs C
L Carter, Miss Corney.
His Excellency S M Damon, Min
ister ol Finance; .Mrs J M Damon,
Mrs S 11 Dowsett, Miss Dora Dow
sett, Miss Duduil.Mr F. Damon, Mrs
Mr and Mrs H F Fillers, Mr .1 .1
F.gau, Mis-, F.goilon.
Capt and Mrs Fuller, Mr and Mrs
G DFreeth.MrandMrs.I II Fisher,
Justice and Mrs Win Foster, Lieut
Fillctte, l' S S Xipsic, Hon and Mrs
W K Foster.
Mr 11 F Glade, German Consul;
Mrs Glade, the Misses Glade, Mi
ami Mrs II Giinn, Dr M F Gross
man, .Mr K It Gilfard, Mr W Greig.
Mr J F Huckfeld, Helgian Consul,
Mrs Hackfeld, Mr and Mis F M
Hatch, Mr and Mrs Walter Hill, Mi
ami Mrs II F Ilcbbard, Miss Hunt,
the Misses Ilowlands, Miss Henry,
Mr K Hart, Mr C Hall, Mrs Hard
wick, Mrs Ilaalelea.
Hon and Mrs W G Irwin.
Mr II V Lame, Mexican Consul,
Mrs Laine, Mr and Mrs T F Lan
sing, the .liis,es Low, air and airs
Daniel Logan, Mr and Mrs K W
Langley, Mr W Lauz, Capt, Lyon,
lT S S Nipsic, Mrs J S Lqinon, Dr
and Mrs Lung, Mr .Ino Low, Mr
Win Lowers, Mr Sand LouUson.
Hev and Mis Alex Mackintosh,
Miss McGrcw, Mr Tarn McGrcw,
.Air K L Melncrny, Mr WMcInerny,
Air and Airs C Alett, Mr UK Blelu
tyre, the Alisses Afclnlyrc, Air
Frank Alclntyrc, Air K L Alarshall,
Aliss Alusgrave, Aliss AlcCombe, .Mr
Alex McKibbin, Aliss Alist, Air and
Airs F W Alacfarlaue, .Mrs II W
Alacfarlane, James Melncrny.
Major and Airs Sam Nowieiu, Aliss
Xowlein, Air and Airs Norrie.
Air II F Poor, Air W C Parke, .Mr
Geo C Potter, Air. John II Paly,
Consul for the Netherlands, Airs
Paly, Aliss Pecazzo, Alias Parniiiitcr.
Hon AI P Robinson, Air and Airs
C II Reynolds, Aliss Grace Rose, Air
A AV Richardson, I'niled States
Vice-Consul General, Aliss Roy.
His Excellency J L Stevens,
I'niled States Minister Resident ;
the Alisses Stevens, Air II W Sever
ance, Tniled States Consul General ;
Airs J II Sopor, Prof and Airs Al AI
Scott, Air Geo W Smith, Mr Geo K
.Smithies, Prof and Airs G Sativlet,
Air Sauvlet, Capt. St Clair, II II AI S
Champion, Air K Slile, Airs Spald
ing, Aliss Spalding, Air F. I Spald
ing, O Stillmau.
Airs C Trower, Capt and .Mrs A X
Tripp, Air AVray Taylor.
Aliss Voss, Air and Airs D R
Vida, F Vida.
Alajor J II AVodehouso, British
Commissioner ; Airs Wodehouse,
Alisses F.thcl and Amy Wodehouse,
Air J II Wodehouse, jr; lion II A
Widemann, Alia AVidemann, Air.
T R Walker, British Vice-Consul;
Aliss Bella Weight, Air (J
K Wilder, Air W Woltors, Mr
Call Widemann, Captain and Airs
Walker, Air II II Williams, Chief
Engineer II Webster, l S S Xipsic;
Air and Airs J N S Williams, Airs
Widdiliold, Air and Airs J W Win
ter. Throughout the evening a mag
nificent collation was available, ami
universally availed of by the com
pany at their pleasure, in the dining
hall. There were viands to tempt
every variety of appetite aud palate,
and enough remaining ut the dis
persing of the company to rppoitt
tho banquet. Besides thero were
refreshments on service the whole
lime both up and down blairs. In
short, the festive hospitality was on
a princely scale. Dancing was
maintained by a largo number till
"Hawaii Ponoi" signalised tle close
of the programme- al two o'clock
this morning. Alusio of tlnu quality
was furnished by the Royal Hawai
The bridal presents were dispose
-lANUAUV "I, rtn.
effectively in two adjoining rooms,
and formed one ol the gicalesl at
tractions to the guests. T'.ey wetc
in much variety and for the most
part were costly and exquisite arti
cles of household uliliU, plate, jew
eliy, and woiks of art.
Itcloic the night was spent Hie
newly married couple left for Pun
loa, wlieie they spend their lionc
moon. Mr. Ilivnliam is traveling
agent for the AlauhatUin Life Insur
ance Company, a member of the Ca
lifornia bar, and sou of a loriucr
Major of San I'riinci-co. The bride
is the third daughter ot lion, and
Airs. James I. Dowsctt. She is
iinheisally esteemed in the commu
nity, her bright natural paits and
local education heinti enhanced by
seminary tuition in, also considerable
travel through the Tinted States.
.Mr. and Airs. Hreiihain will leave for
their future home in New Yoik b
the steamer Zcalaudia lo San Fran
cisco on February S. They will be
attended by the good wishes of all
their acquaintances. The Bn.i.rrix
tender its congratulations.
A Fni' will be given by the Catholic
l.-idie-.' Ueiicvolcnl Ho ieiy on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
California : Lands
npjlB iindei signed wi-hes lo Infoiin
1. lim public that l'C h:i opened a
llraneh California Land Oltiee. al No.
'i Merchant sti-eet, Honolulu.
To pen-on- wishing to Invest in
Choice Timber, Agriculture. Krilit or
O raying Lauds in the line .State of Cali
fornia, or in Desirable. I!iilldiu; Lots in
the beautiful City and Submits of Oak
laud, with lis 'urn haled elimatc and
oppoi'luultle-. I am piepaied to oli'ei
cwiy inducement in the way of bargain-.
The Lauds which I here offer have all
been most can-fully in-peeted by a
thoroughly reliable surveyor, eniplojed
specially for that piirno'-e, and I "am
therefoie enabled lo ivc sati-faetorv
guarantee that every piece offeiedwiil
Mildly correspond with thu de.-,eriptloii
Shen by inc.
'thi' Titles to those Lands are perfect,
hclim in thu main state -oliool hinds.
The pievioiis per-onal iu-peetlon
thereof at great c.eu-o, olfeis abso
lute security lo pin chasers and N an
Inducement offered by no other dealei
In state -cliool lauds in California.
Tlio price ranges fioin SU,r) per acie
iqiwaid according to quality and loca
tion, aud there Is no doubt-, by Inking
into account tin; rapid growth ami pro-gie.-:ioii
of that State, that these lands
ofiered at these low figures must within
a lew years command a much higher
price ami so secure lo ecry Investor a
prolit not easily equaled In an other
line of speculation.
This oppoitmiity will he open fo,- a
limited time only,' and I thciefoiu ex
tend an invitation to all who wi-li to
serine good and cheap liiiiueslutli.it
magiiillcent Male ami ( 'oimtiy. and also
to those who do.-iie to invel a little
money to so great advantage and prolit,
to call upon me -non and obtain lull
Information will bo cheerfully given.
I- Olllce loom with .1. A. Mngoou,
attornev, No. 1 Me.ieh:uil street.
Hi" tf A. MOKOF'.
ITWFTY HHAH id Kut
1? Steels Applv lo
K mi, Hawaii.
ADIVIDKN'Dof Tluec (SI) Dollars
per .share will lie paid to the
shareholders of the Inter-Island .steam
Navigation Co, on TIIFHSDAY, Hie
LUid inn., at their olliru on IJueeii
street. .1. KN'A,
Secrittarj 1. I. .S. X. Co.
Honolulu, .Ian. ;:;, isut). i.v.i :u
NEW ZEALAND MUliLET
WHY use c.-iiiucd salmon when New
'oibiiid Mullet, iroiioiiiieed' by
coiinolisi'iirH lo hu vastly uupulnr, Is
olilaiimlile" Whiiliisulu nueiils inn
.1. K. HKOW.N &CO.,
I."7 tw Mercluint tticct.
A COOI) IVturo nl Walklki, for a
liiultcl number of hoiso.i, nt ic.i.
fcontlilo iu.tf4. Apply to
lOIlm W. II.ALDItlUII.
Views of the
The Kuiiilublo show fuiuici eoual
! sheets of some vcrv rospcctablc-slzeil
The Fquilublc Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It is
unique in its position and mai vclous in its iccnrd. It occupies the highest
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Hanking and
lli-i no use digitising the fact that the F.qiiilable holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olliccs of the Woild. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give a belter contract than any other
company. f I. eainington Spa Courier. .....
With the pitiful system of stale insurance in (iurmauy compare what,
is done by some of the gieat private Assuianco Companies, by the greatest
of them all, for instance, the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of the Fnlted
States. Dublin Lyceum.
The largonl of Aineriein Life Olllces and therefoie tho latgest in Urn
World is the Kquitablo Life Assurance Society of the V. S. fl'airplay of
The olllce that has done the most in promoting safe and libo.ral Life
Insurance i" the Kipiilablo Life Assurance Soeioy of the V. S. Loiuloir
New business in ISM) .
Income tor LSKil
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
("Jencral Agcnl for the Hawaiian Islands, Fquiiahlo Life Assurance Society
of the I'. S. Jan-MM)
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NI-:W INVOK'K t)F-
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(iiil'.iuicd Fence Who, l'.l.ick Steel Fence Wiic, Galvaiwi-d Staple!,
Hhiel: Staples, Special (Quality Fence Staples.
In all lines by Lite arriv.il-i. Agents for
ItiiiiluM (inrdon Hosts AVirc JJoiind IIohc, SI cam Hose,,
or vr.nv sri'iaiiott )ri.m.
I'ACIFIC HAKDWAItK CO., (LV),
15. F. Dn.i.iNoiiAM, .1. (i. .SiMiNcr.u, F. L. Wisria;,
jiin-(J-lM) I'rcsidcnt. Manager A Sceictary. Tic.isiiiei.
Rt.itv 'ifprf.ii,mii i n'u't sca'ii
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
TLANTATIOX & lNSUKANCK AflETH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements, '
ChnpcntiM.s', IHaolcHinilliH', .Machinists' A I'limibei'ii' Tool, '' iti- '
HOUSlil. FUKNISILliXG GOODS! .;
Kitchen Fti nmls, l'.iintr , Oil-, Varnislic-, Lamp (Joodi. and
BLiko's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & (JIIj'js, & Remington Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
K. K. Hn.sDIIV, 1'iesldeiit V Maiui,'ir. John L.na, Vice-President.
(ioni'KKr Itiiow.N, .Secretin v i: Treiisurcr Ucoii. lluow.v. Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sitreckcls' ItiinL, : Fort HtrceJ, Honolulu.
IMl'OUTFHS and DKALKKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Cbandelicic, Klectolierc, Lamps & Lamp Fixtrui,
Faints, )iln & VaiuishcH, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
I'owdor, Shot A- dps, Maebine-loadcd C'aitridge.s.tJbanibcrl.iin'.s Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silvci I'l.Ued Ware, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Plautctn' Steel Hue.-, and other Agricultural lniplemcnlx,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EYERY DESCRIPTION !,. ,
Hait'H Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe ,r Holt Cutlinjf, ? ' l-
.Manila A. .Sis.,d IJope, Kublier Hose,
Wiic Hound Rubber Hose, Spincter-e,iip; . j
Spriuklein A- Spi inkier Stands,
A.G ENTM 1TO K ' I ' 3 : T A J
Union Metallic Caitiidye Co., '
llailman'.s; Hlccl Wire Funco .t Steel Wiio Miifn,
"Ncw Pmccn." Hope,
Win. fl. Fishei'.s Wniiilit Steel Hanges, NOaPo Oarriage raints, T-
(iatc Citv Slnue FilleiH, -... ..,! .
"New Pioccis" Twist DiUIk,
iiov-tJ'.l-S'.l H.uI'h Patent "Duplex" Die Htockn, '
lo those of the national balance
State?. ri'lio Insurance Woild of "
-.. .Vlt),f)O0 IMI
-NEW GOODS !