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SATl'HDAY, JAN. Lr., 185(0.
Am hi, I1 l UhuiiI. .Iiii'dOi'ii, l.'ij du.
from Sim fistiicl'co
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,S r 1 1 1 1- Wii l.i li-ii le ftom Kll.uu'.i uiiil liana-
Stmt Jts MaV.eo ftoui K'tpaa
-Stiiir Kltimi from Hawaii ,md Mnul
Html' Akamai finin H'aialu.l and Wftp
:u i no
Am bktne .liihn Smith, (nun Newcastle,
N S W
Slini' Moknlll from Mnloknl
sSchr I.uka (nun Kaiml
."clir ICaiililua fioin lCiituii
Am lilil H N Cn-dlc. Ilulilvtrd, for
I iiincHen ni ' a in
Hit lik .1 C rilucr. Kin-c
Am teiu lVd K S:inlT.
I'm I Tuwii'vtid
Am tern (jmecn, Thoii:ifl
t'tuir K.iirla fur I.:ili at " p ill
Stun Akamai for Lnhalna
VtSSELU LEAVIUC OH MONDAY.
Ml mi'. I A Cuminim for Koiilau nl !i a m
.stun- I'ele for Konu pints al 1'J in
Slnii' K'il.uii'.'i lion loi Htimakii.t at S i in
Slmr Miikolli lor Molokai nt fl p in
Heln ICawall'iin (or Kuol.iil
Scln K.mlki'.toiili for Kolnl.i
I'miu windward poll's, per -luir Ki
ll m, .'an 'J.' K It (Jiuiiilv nnil wife.
Apiiiiu, W .) liindie. II M Laiijrfiud.
.Mi-iH M'tiloli.i, Thus Cummin;;-, Miss
Lvdla Cumin n, .Mis Mm! i Ciiininlns,
Mi-s Alii'i.' 'n miiiiii-. .in I II ili'oU.
l'loin Ilnliial.ua, pei -trnr 1 lau all. .lau
-.-. PC A (If l.i Nux.
Kor Smi riiilici-i'o. per It.it K .1 C
I'llUl'lT. .Inn L'.l I Pnclis.
J i urn i:ui l'lanel-co. pt'r liai
Hijaiit, .fun 'J.-i-li V I.oi'kini;tiiii,
V Lee, 0 De I.ul.i ami 1 -miiis,
Addle. l'(! Lulu, anil a itcoiao
Kur San KianrKco, por liktuu
.Inn '.'5 Mr Cioni', It IVti'rsoii,
l fjjscnine, anil Mr V.il.inil.
'l'lie Klniiti btni(ilit 2,(502 liagi -it; ir,
101 hlicop, 1 Iioim'. COIiillsliidos, .TiUit
t'orn, (i. bags potatoes, 4 wnln awa anil
110 )kgl flllltllil-'-l.
Tin- tctn S IJowiip nnivei olf Ma
liiikona, Hawaii, last Tuesday, !l il.iy
tioin tliW poll.
Tin' biiantliu' I.uillnc a still il
I'liarlii gi'iieral c.irj;o at 1 1 Ho when
tin- Uinaii left.
Tin! Ceylon ami the Amelia com
ini'iuTil lei'elvcil snar this iiioiniiii'.
The baik Jady I.iUiipoii will begin
Liking in llal nest Moiulny.
Tins steamer l'ule ranie olt (lie Mntliic
Kailway till- moining.
Tlio sieainer .lamus Mnkee bioni'lit
2,.'S1 bags hiig.ir till moinlng Innii
Tim te:imor Waialeale anheil this
tnoriiiii from Kauai with 1,410 bags
sugar, ;I20 bags paddy, nml 17 bead
A steam plow for KaliuUii came off
f loin the bark II Ilaekfelil the oilier il.iv.
It will be sent t lie re by the C U HUlmp
The Ameiieaii tkree masted wliooueis
Kied K S.inder and Quern sailed to-d.iy
in ballast for J'uget .Sound.
rifThe baikenlliie Amelia and tlie baik
Alilon lli'is.e ill leave next week with
Kiigar for Sail Krauuiseo.
The baik (Jeo N Wlleov loads sugar
tor San rianel-eo after the J C l'Jlugei.
The Amerii'iiii baik O D llryaut, Cap
tain Jaeob'en, m rived this morning l.'ij,
days from San Krnneifeo witli geneial
iiieii'baiidise. She bioughl 4 hoies
niiilS mule-; for If Ilaekfelil : Co. !
horses and 2 mules for C O'Connor, and
1 iii'ire for I'nul Isenberg, jr.
The steamer Hawaii at lived this
morning from Ilamakiu with 4,40 bag
sugar for tlio baik Aldeu Hesse.
Tim barkeiitlnc V II Dhnond went on
the Mm I ne Hallway this uiornlug.
The Cerimiii bark .1 O l'lliiger, Cnp
t.iin 11 Kiiim', sails I hi afternoon lor
San KianclM'o with 22,11!) bags sugar
weighing 1,122 tons, 27 bags eottee, and
ITrt'liales wool. The shippers me: 11
lluekfeld &Uo, 18,1H2 bags sugar, IS
bags I'olfee, and 178 bales wool: C
Holle, 1,4S0 bags niigar; M .S Uiinb.iuin
it Co, 2,OJ7 bags sugar. Domeslle value
The Ameiiemi barkuiitiue.IoliuSmitli,
(.'.iplaili O Klistel, ni lived to-ilny, C:i
dajs mini Xeweastlu, N S V, with fill
loim coal (or Messrs. Allen it Ilohlnsnti.
' Tie Aint'ileau b.irkeutitie H N Castle,
Captain Hubbard, sailed to-d.ty for Sail
Francisco with 12. IHU bags jugar (7(5:i
tons), valued at S7 1, 1100.1.1. The con
slgucr.s weis: O llieer it Co, S.0.1.1
btgn sugar; Theo 11 Davics it Co, 2,310
b.igs sugar; P A Sehaefer ic Co, 1,S0()
bugs sujjar; ("ast'o it Cooke, 271 bags
siuar; Hawaiian Ilnnaua Co, ".7.1 behs
banana". Domestic value 872,001.1.1.
AUSTIN' At Ililo, .Ian. 17, to the wile
ot II. C. Austin, A
The Royal Hawaiian lttuitl will
play this evening at Ktntua Sqtiutn
coiiiiucnciii"; at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme;
Mai eh Delllir , . . . . Kliug
(heituie Hubcalil Flntow
Coini't Tolka I.ove andTiiUh,Veleker
Selection I'rluc" Miirnioto....Fillelto
Jtall.nl The i'lilui"! Fauui
Walt. Mat iaijiie Valillciitul
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
CutlC(lial Services, !iil Stinilny til
ler ICpipliatiy :
Celebration of Ioly Coiiimiiiiioii,
Prayer (plain) !:ftf),
Celebration of IIolv Comninninii
(Choral), 10 a. in.
l'reaelicr Uev. II. II. (iowen.
Iftiwiiiian Kveiisong, .':"() p. m.
livening 1'rayer nml .Sermon,
I'reaeliPrHov. V. . Haines.
Suuiliiy School, 11 :l."i :i. in.
,-wtrWtrr,Vivv-towtrw.wy'tV'0?l '.t-w'wi wi iwiwwwtH
LOCAL a GEHEBAL
1'iiliK ! Willllell.
.1 is, I. M Olid IN'
lit till' llllllMJ of II
will n'11 fuiuituii
(loilll.tll 1)11 Till
TniMiiiiital uicctiri nf lln (li'iiii.in
lleiicvidclil Snc'ict,, will li" liclil
it y ( Viimi il t T i - mm iiiu
iiiiniiti' nnil H'-oliilii
I'll -lift 1U
mcmorx nf tin' Into l.ilw.ml
Willi Wlls II llli'lllhi'l 'i Mill! InkIV oilli'l'
i'h. IS, US'!.
Titr. niiiii iagii licU and dnvc luild
ing while slifiiiii, ini'i St. Aiidicw'.s
Ciitlicilral, wen- tin1 IniiiiliwiPil; of
Mr". I Imih lea anil .M'isj I.i.ic Cones,
who tne ilest'tving uf liiu'li coiupli
iiiciil the! ('fur,
In tlie Police CoiiiI lliis iiioiniiig
lliicc unlives wen hied for an iv.
suill at Wainl.ic. One w,isilicliuigul,
llic otlieis wctc lined m.ill uiiiiix.
One old rill'eiiilei was n ptiiiiutiileil
W. (i. ItiWK. Cn. .ililinlllice licit
llli'N have hi'i-ii :ipp(iiileil m; i foi
Ihc'ix'lelirntnl ll.ildwin 1 iciitiinthes.
The woikt, ate imtf iniiking u ! li of
'locmiiiilivc p.iitienl.i'ly uilaplil lo
jilaj) In lion jniipiipcs.
Mil. Dilliugli'iiii when in S.iu I'l'tn
eico wan picsenteil Willi p.iM's fur
evety olllcei of IheO.ilui Itailw.iy ami
Land Co, over llic I'iiiim of llic Sail
Fi.incN'co ami North Pacific Pail
A l.lsi nl" ipialilieil Milci-fin .Volilcs
nnil l!epii'eiilntie.s of llic Ift Dis
hid 1st 11 1 fillet cult lie M'cn posted
nl tlie (invci iiiueiil Niir-ei, King
frtrci t, and lor collecting an names
pi'i.-oiiii ui.iy notify llic inspei loih nl
their regular iiieeliugn, whieli aic
aiheiti.seil in tiiis isviie.
A MV took a r.Hiiu in S.ui Fi in
cisco .Ian. II anil t Ii.it ultermioii shot
himself in the lie. ul. He died on the
w.i to the lio-pit.il after two doctui.s
had done all lliey could for liiiu.
Among 1 lis t-U'eclh was found a letter
nddrehcil to "ltosi i'eiiy, llaiuakit.i
poko Hospital, Island of Muni, Sand
wich Islands," llic lettei hung fnun
Win. AV. Fos, Chicago. Oilier lellein
to the same name left no doubt uf
llic identity of the unfortunate
stiangei, who is ilusluihed u- a line
LAND AND STOCKS.
Tlie sale of land anil blocks by J.
F. Morgan to-day noon resulted as
follows: Tlirce of tlie twelve lots in
the Month premises were bought by
A. J. Caitwriglit No. 1 at i()0(f;
No. ."), 82j(I0 ; No. (!, 8.")7.")l).
Hawaiian Agrieiilliirul Co.'s (I'.i
linla) stock par value ? 100, sold -
live shares lo S. K. Hishop at 1(50,
live to CJ. II. Collins at $li7..10, five
to V. M. Hatch at Sl.OO. Ten sliaies
Ookala plantation wont to M.
(iiffard at 810.1, eight Hecipioctty lo
S. 11. Dole at SI0i, nine Honomii to
order at 8140, five Olowalu to .1. V.
Morgan at $120.
Government (! per cent bonds,
18S0 issue, 8.1,000 at I0S, .old to
Mr. Muhlendorf. People's Ice Co.,
live shares wcic bought bv A. .1.
Cartwright, and ten by K. (3. White,
botli at 81. F. M. Hatch took five
shares Oahu Kailway at 10.1. A lot
of land on Jletetaiiia street sold for
Tlie Dowager Kmpicss Augusta
of Germany died Jan. 7. She was
78 years old Sept. '0 last. Her
death was caused by iutluonxa. The
impci ial lady win beloved for her
chaiity. Her funeral drew out pub
lic sonow almost as marked as that
shown at the death of her late hus
band, the venerable William J.
Tlio recent burning ot the splen
did Tiourse al Iliussels has excited
fears of a Socialist upiisiug in
Northern ICurope. The miners in
France and Iiulgiuni are constantly
on lire with bad brandy distilled
from potatoes, which Germany sends
into thoir districts by thousands of
barrels every season.
Strauss has composed a new waltz.
Mrs. Soiithwbrth, who nhot and
killed Stephen L. l'eltits in New
Yoik, Nov. '22, died in prison Jan. 7.
THE AUTHOR OF "HANDY LEE."
There is a man living quietly itr
London who is one of the most suc
cessful writers of verso set to music
that is in Kngland to-day, yet he is
not widely known by name. It is
Fredeiick K. Wcatheily, andjie is
thu author of "Nancy Lee." a .song
that has been sung in every quarter
of the gjohc, and has brought to the
author an amount of fame and mon
ey that makes him practically inde
pendent. The song was mitten at
Oxford in an hour. Weatherly had
made an appointment with a pupil
whom he was coaching for the annu
al commencement. The pupil fail
ed (o keep his appointment, and
while waiting for him the piece came
suddenly lo Ins mind, and it was
written then and there. One of the
strange things about the song was
that it was ni the heyday of its popu
larity about tlie time of the 1'rincess
Alice disaster. It was being sung on
deck just beforo tlie vessel went
down. That fact was printed in all
the Knglish newspapers, nnd the song
suffered n temporary check in its
populaiity, but thousands of copies
are now sold, not only in Great Ilrit
ain, but throughout Australia, Can
ada, and in fact wherever the F.ti
lish language is spoken. Mr. Weath
erly is tlio author of scores ot other
soiigs that are not so well known. He
has been writing songs over since he
was an iindcrgiaduatc, twenty -live,
yeais :igo,-'Plill!!dclplii!i Tillies.
DAILY LUJLLIfiTIN: IIONDLIiLr. I! 1.,
! iileii'sll'ilf Hems li din Hie ItrcDiil
Ai iM at of the Mtcntiirr Alice
The Uncord ol Jan. I I edilot hilly '
says that, on llic doings of election
day, Hawaii will either have taken a
ohide in advance or li.nc slid back ,
into the olil-tsloiiuli of the past. It
deploies llic idleness nf people mi j
till' (ioM'IIIIIICIll Mile.
The lici'onl Of llic same dale as .
ahtno has the following items:
During tlie high Miif of l.isi week,
seernlof our native ttiuu ijfive uu
exhibition of their -kill, in riding
the wild suif hot so. They -tirtcd
from llic point off ahumi'iiuc-tu'el
and made a landing on the sands
near Itichai'dsou's stoic. They did
fairly well; but the present gencia
tioihave not the skill and dai'uig of
tlie old tinieis. F.vch it is tare to
sec a llrst class surfboard.
Some of our sugar mills haw
commenced grinding, but the emics
aie very backward lliis y.u in r'cic
ning, owing to the t-xccs'-lw amount
ol lain thai lias fallen since October
last, und there docs nut seem lo be
iiny let up as ct.
That llagitafi in the Court house
yaul seems lo be leding I lie weight
ol years, as its baik is bent, mid il
is imitating the leaning tower of
I'is.'i, Whose biisiue-s is it lo at
tend lo ii?
A party consisting of Howaid,
Misses Abne and Mary Ilitclioik,
and Mrs. Hendry of Honolulu, stall
ed for a few weeks' inn up in tlie
colli uplands of lliakala on Miiiiua
Ivca. ' We wish them pleasaiitei
weather for their stay up there, than
that in which lliey started off in.
We wcic shown the oilier day a
dish ol line led raspberries, which
were glow n at lloiiganvillr. ANo a
couple ot large, mellow greening
apples, fnun llic sunn place, the lla
vor of which was equal lo Ihal ol the
best California fi ml.
We hear that the pl.iiilation stoic
at Naaleliu, lvau, was entered a few
days ago and (!() stolen lioni lire
lilis. A Japanese is under aires!, on
Tlie trial for the commitment of
Mills, Illaboii and Watson, chmged
witli the murder of the Japanese
Goto atlfouokaa, last October, was
held befoie His Hon. Judge L, nun
last week ; 1). 11. Hitchcock appear
ing for tlie crown, and Judge Da
vidson for tlie prisoners. All llncc
were committed for trial, at 'the
next Mav term of the Circuit Court
to be held in Ililo.
Opposition candidates for llepre
scntatives, Hawaii: Kau Kill
Thompson, J. Kapaliu and J. Kc
kaula; Kohala J. Iv. lCahookano;
Koua D. II. Naliinu and J. 1'. Ka
rnauoha; Hamakua J. K. Kauua-
niano; Ililo J. .Nawalii, .1. isauer
and J. Matloou.
A Jap at Waiak'ea was killed yes
terday by falling between the lj.id
cd cars, as lliey were moving. A
coroner's, inquest was held lo-day,
ami the ordiet was "that the said
Jap came to his death by his own
carelessness.'" Tlie body was ter
ribly mangled. Dis. Frances Wet
nloie and Williams were in attend
ance. Two Chinamen, working at cut
ting wood at Oiiomea last week,
were killed by the falling ol the
trees al which they were at work.
Almost every bone in their bodies
was broken. A coi oner's inquest
was held on 1 lie dead bodies, and its
verdict was "accidental death."
From the Volcano, we hear thai a
new lake lias been formed lo the
north of Dana lake, although there
is not any veiy marked activ
ity in the crater just now. We hear,
too, that there has been just a de
luge ol rain in the dish ict of Kau,
lilling the gulches with rushing lor
renls. Hamakua, loo, is suffering from
too much tain, just as the planta
tions waul In grind. It lias rained
so much here the past few days, lhal
even the lain has been muddy.
The Record of the ' 1st inst. gives
the follow ing list of Iteforrn candi
dates for Uepieseutathes on tlie Is
land of Hawaii:
South Hilo, 1. Uyerofl ; feudal
Ililo, George Kailieuui ; North Ililo,
Albert Horner: Hamakua, W. II.
liickard: Kohala, J. W. Moanauli ;
Kona, J. W. II. Waipunalci ; Kau,
O. K. Apiki.
The llccoid argues against a claim
ofSpiockels lo a ship of land on
Front street. It further calls atten
tion lo tlio "extremely bad state of
Wainniieiiuc street." The I'ecord
also advocates a town hall for Ililo.
The items below are all of dale Jan.
The biig Lurlinc, Capt. Matson,
nnhed in port 10 days lromS.ru
Diego, Cal. 1'ass.cnger.s by her wcic
our fellow townsman Will. Scott and
his wile, and two ladies ftom Sail
Francisco. We welcome back our
Friend Scott, after his vi-it to the
The steam launch Alice, which left
San Francisco tho same time the
Luilinedid, arrived on Jan. 1Mb,
111 days from port. A remarkably
(prick passage for so small a ciaft,
she being only 17 feet in leiigtq.
Her captain says that she is a splen
did sea boat, ami under sail alone
made 1M) miles iir one day's run.
Slio will make quite an addition to
our Ililo licet, and is we hear to be
registered under the Hawaiian Hag.
The Flection Koaid held their
llrst meeting in the Court House yes
terday, and did quite a heay busi
ness 'in registeiing voters. They
hold another meeting on Saturday
net, nt llm same place, from ! to
12 a. m., and finm 1 to ;l or 1 p. m.
Lei every one be sine thai his name
is on the icuislfi
us (iin1 o'r lam
I urn tho day.
A large number of Japanese were
landed by the Kinaii nil along the
Coast. This Dishict is hung well
lilkd up with Hie people of that na
I'u rulity. We arc mining llio,c who
believe tha' the Japanese will even
tually make goml citietis. They
seem In lake more readily In the
ways of Fiinipc.iu connhie- lliiniln
llic Chineic. Whelliei 1'iey will re
main in lie couiiliy remains to be
It noise iicikcs a good lime, our
Chinee f i lends in tnwu nit- huii.g
the "goodcdl" kind of a time, on
their knnilii day. Most of their
business places arc closed, ami all
Cliinailoin is diessed up and trying
lo enjoy the New Year.
Isl'iuti lie ;r.uii ol' 1 sin nil- I lie "l Is.
tilcf'r.ii' I'.li-rllnii ul' Vuliti's
Hi ruiiMKNi oi rinJi ini'iiin, I
llnvni.t i.i , Jan. 2.1th, ls'.io.
Tn His Km i.i.i.i mi L. A. Tuiiis-
m, .Minister ot the Interior.
.SV: Your communication of the
2."k1 Jauuan, on behalf of the Cab
inet addressed lo lire Justices of the
Supreme Courtis received.
The lli-t question upon which our
opinion is akcd is,
Whether Section 21 of I lie Act ot
l.S'vS, "To amend and consolidate
the elec'ion laws of the Kingdom,"
requites that in order to otc for a
Noble, an olhci wise qualified elector
of Nobles must hac resided in one
and only one of the "Flection I )!-.-tiicls"
described in Section l.'l of
the Ad, or does the cuiiteM Jirohi
bil siicii s'euc and dies it menu that
he must have resided for three months
within the district for llic election of
Nobles, i. c. the island of Oahu.
Subilmsiou lirt of Sect 'on 21
contains the proviso that he (the
voter for Nobles) shall have icsided
in tlie coutitiy not less than tlnee
yeais, and in the district in which
he olfcrs lo ote not less than three
mouths immediately preceding the
election at wliich he olfoi's to vote.
The fust section of the Act lie
lines "Dishict" to mean an "Flec
tion District" aa prescribed in this
Act unless the context prohibit such
sense. The election dish ids are
defined in Section H ; they aie 2 1 in
number and one Ueprcsentative is
allowed for each dishict, and can be
voted for by only the olcrs of llic
Kut tlie Nobles, 21 in number, are
not apportioned to be voted tor
singly by the voters ol the respec
tive election districts, but nine No
bles arc to lie voted for by each
voter (who is qualified) on the island
of O.ihu, and six by each voter on
tho island of Hawaii, and so on
throughout the group. For the pur
poses, therefore, of wiling for No
bles, the island of Oahu is the
"District," as is.also the island of
if all llic voters qualified to vote
for Nobles can vote for the number
of Nobles prescribed for the island
on which the voter lives, it can
make no difference in which "Flec
tion District" within the island or
group of islands ho may reside, and
any change from one to another ot
these districts irrto which the island
is divi led cannot affect his right to
vole for Nobles, provided he has
resided on tlie particular island or
group of islands whore he olfcrs to
vole for tin ce mouths immediately
preceding the election.
We are, tlieretoie, ol tho opinion
that the sense requires that the word
"district" mentioned in the first
subdivision of Section 21 icspecling
qualifications of voters for Nobles
means the island or group ol islands
fioin which tlie Nobles are to be
elected and not the "Fled ion dis
tricts" mentioned in Section l.i of
Kefoie answering the second ques
lion we dosiie mote time lo consider
A. F. Ji'dd.
ICll ll'l) F. KlCKI.lt ION-.
Sankokk K. Don:.
Justices of the Supreme Com I.
The Supremo Court sat in
M ahoe el al. v. Kniilii el al.
Fqtiity appeal. Argued and sub
mitted. Kinney for plaintiffs; Achi
for defendants, appellants.
X. Kniidsen vs. Hoard of
t inn. Argued and submitted
well for plaintiff; lVterson
In the matter of Philip Milton, of
Iloiiplulu, deceased, testate, peti
tion for probate of will, the hearing
at chambers set for Friday was con
tinued lo Wednesday, SDtlt inst., on
account of the illness of one of the
This morning the demurrer ol de
fendant, in the assumpsit ftisc of C.
I. .McCarthy vs. D. Manaku, was
beard and decision reserved. G. K.
Wilder for plaintiff; J, A. Magoou
M. K. Kou was granted a divorce
against his wife, Kalcka, tor tidul
teiy. Cecil Hrowu for petitioner.
Tim Court adjourned at I0:.10 for
Ice dentil Parlors sup
leu ('renin mid Wrddlim
Crkc foi the
flHE Klllo leu Cretin I'ailuis blip
JL plied the Ice Ciciint and U'ulilini;
Cake lorllie Hu.niii'r.Teiry wuldliij.'.
IA Nl A If V :'.., I mm
1 rV J t
Stanley has iieVepled an iiiiiUlmu
to attend ajranquel in his honor bv
Americans in Loudon. Minister
Lincoln will prc-ide and" piesetit to
Stanley an Amciioari Hag and a mas
sive slhor shield inwrought with
An extiaet ftom J. Wilkin I'oolh's
diary shortly befoie his death Is
published ill the Slate., lie s-i s he
slid, k boldly and w.iII.m) Ihioiigh a
I thuii-aiid ol Lincoln's friends. Hi
lode ily miles that night, with the
, broken bone in Iik leg teaiing the
j flesh at every jump. Tim act he
Mivs was only wront; 11 God deemed
' if s0. lo hoped the last night to
e-'cipe the bloodhounds once more.
sa ing he had too groat a soul to die
like a criminal.
CIIIK nriniirl dim in; of tin
L Ui'iii'volrut Society will
on WBIUNKHDAY, .limn uy 'J!l, lfcUO, at
III. olll-e of II. ,V Wldi'in inn K-ij ,
Mci i limit stint at :! o'cbiik i m.
I!S. OSllOKN'i: is no iiniiu.'d lo
jiiif institution) in F mv Work
at "i'lie Ariiui'ion," Itoom ii ( In.
I. stjiun Moti'liiis, W'ediii's Ims mid
FndllVS I'livnte lesson h per in I
ill ii'iii m lil. Slumping i' "I ordeis
pi-oiiipih lUltlhiud lo. t i'l If
alilf in LocomoiiYBs
If n d I iisniil h'ui't, b-Mi apimliit
a'eiilk tru tin- lla'iati m Ulnuils
For tho Celobtated
Baldwin -:- Locomoti
I'liilil llie ' oiUs of
Biirnlrdui, Parry, VHliiiiis fi Co.,
Aie now pii'pm'd to ijive uiliiiii.tea and
receive oiders foi tlie-e eiliilnei, of any
s,e mi I stjle
Th" i:,i mwNl.ni oMO-iivi
now uiminliic.luriii!; a slle
tne p.iillcuhiil) inlaiiti' I
For Plantation Purposes,
A number nf wlili !i hive ic ei.lly been
iL-ei'ivc.l at lliesf Island., and w'e will
lime plcisiirt! in firriiiliiuir pt mtalioa
agents an I iiciii.iqi a wi'h pailiiu'm
Th" siipeiiorlly of llus I.oeen
overall ol lier inut.es li no' only KTTrTvMi
kelii bill H neknowli'ilgi'.l tluojijli.iut
the 1'nitul M'lleii.
Win. J. I It WIN &l!o.,
Ai;eiilu for Il'iwaiiiu Ii-binils.
ltii d.121 w.lv
California : Lands
"IlK iiuileisjrucil wl-ns to infill iii
the liilblie tint lie ha- opened a
l'.i.nii'li raliforui.t Land Olllcc. at No.
f' Meicliaiit sheet. Honolulu.
To pei'-ou- wl-hlug to ine-t in
f'holee Tiuiber, Agilciiltiue, Fiull in
Ci.ilug Lauds hi the Hue Mate of Cali
fornia, or in lleshahle lliilldlug Lots In
the beautiful ('Itj mid Subiubs of Oak
laud, with lis unrivaled climate and
oiKiiliuiliie.. I am piepaied lo ofter
eii'iy indueeiueiit in the way ofbir-gain-.
The Lands which I lieu offer haie all
been ino-t eaiefiilly In-peered by a
rbruoiihly lell.ible surveyor, ernplocil
spi'ilall, 'lor that puriio'sti, and I 'am
tliercfoi'e enabled lo she sail-fiictm,
giiaiantee that cM'iy pieee olteied wlil
stiluly coiie-pond with the de-eiiplion
The Titles to these Lauds sue perfect,
belnn hi the main slate s,.kmi1 kind-.
The pievious pei-onal Inspection
theit'of at grout expense, otl'ei-absolute
-eeuilly to pmeh.isei's and I- an
Iiidueeinenl'olfered by no other dealer
in state school land- in California.
Tin pi ice ranges f i oui 3.1. "i0 peracie
upward iiccoiillng lo ipiallly and loca
tion, and theie Is no doubt, by taking
into account the laphl mow lh and pro
gie ion of ib.it hlate. that these lauds
ottered at these low llgllics must within
a lew yeais loiiimmul a much higher
pilee ainl K) seeiue to every Investor a
prollt not easily eipialul in anv other
line of speculation.
Thi- oppoiiuniiy will be open for a
limited time only, mid 1 tbeiefoie ex
tend mi imitation to all whoul-hto
secure good mid cheap homes In that
in.ignllli.ciit Slate and Country, and al-o
ro Iho-i! who de-Ire to hue-i a lilile
iiioney to so great advantage and piolli.
to call upon me soon and obtain full
Inloi'inatlon will be chceifullv inlven.
iQ" Ollice loom with .1. A. Magoou,
alloini, No. I'J .Meicliaiit stieel.
IMI If A. MOUOFF.
iiinovprl Iroin Foil stieel
I olio L'liie, 1'atmna.
Okkici: Hocus: il .. m. lo l'J m
i. m. to li c. M.
Mutual 000ViaTELEPIIONESeuS"Bell 475
XO liuuulrl out Mr. V. II.
n the "Honolulu Carriage
Miiniil.iL'tury," ut Y2i for t i.treet, lam
piepart'd to'conlinue llm nlmve bilsinesH
under thu old iininu ot Honolulu Car.
ringo Mmmliicioiy, mid being an old
evpurlriiici'il carriage builder I niliclt
the piitiomti'u ot my old f i lends and thu
nubile in neiioi nl, nnil with my thorough
kiiowk'duc ol llie biifiiuess uud with ex.
pcricmeil woikincii nnd using only thu
bent material I guarantee general (-alls,
lurliim. I'ltiihC call und hie me beloie
(rilgniil)! (11DKOS WKhT.
II lulu, on. 'Jri, im'.i, .v.q tf
ftrtJJM- m jVMi-AM-.f --
flews of the British
The Fipiitnble sliows liguies equal to those of
sheets of some very riMpcctalile-.si.jil Statin. (The
The Fqiiilable Life Assurance Society is a colossal in.Uitiilioii. It W
unique in its position ami marvelous in its iceord. It occupier the highest
place among kindled institutions. The Irish Insurance Hanking and
Financial Join mil.
f I is no ipc disguising the fact that tlie Equitable holds a remaik'abh:
position among the Insurance olllccs of Hie Woild." It ilno-i a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give i a heller coutiact than any other
company. Leamington Spa Courier. .
With the pitiful s stem of stale insiiiance in Gcrimin compare whit
is (lone by soiiieoffhi gicat private Assurance Compaiiie.s, by the gic.iloU
of them all, for instance, the Fquilable Life AssuianceSocielyof tho Culled
Shite-. Dublin Lyceum,
Tlie large-d of American Lite Olllccs and llierefou the largest hi tlip
World is the Fquilable Life As-urance Society of Hie ". S. fFalrplay of
The ollice that has done the mo-t in proijioting.safc and
Iiisiuauce is the I'.quil'ililc Life Vssiir.uiee Society of the V.
New business in
Income loi ISs'.i
IHs'.i '. '
ALEX. J. CARTWR8GHTf
Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqiutable Life AssUiance Society
of the I'. S. Jan-1-yil
Pecilic Hardware Co., L'd,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furuistiiug Goods,
A NKW I.WOICK OK
Glassware &. Cutlery, Just at Hand;
In all lines by late ,u
Ktihhoi' (iiii'di'ii llomj, Viro
oi i:nv srcr.moir ijcai.itn.
l'ACirif HAIimVAHK CO., '(I.V),
. Dii.i.ini.ii m, .1. 0. Si'P.Ncmi, 1", L. Wivm;,
1'ie-iilciit. Manager ife Secretary. Tie.mui
j.i ii I5-00
Shipping & Commission Merchants;
PLANTATION INSHKANflE A(JENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'l.AN'I'ATION s-HJIMM.I i:M,
(iaipenteih', l!l.iel.iiiitlih', Machinisls' S. IMuiiibei.i1 Tor.U,
HOUSE FUItNLSIIINO GOODS!
Kitchen I'lctrHiIri, 1'iiinU, Oils, V.iririhhes, Limp Oixids und
iJ 4MI01itl Ioi-llJI 1 1H4'.
Blake's Sloaui Pumps, Weston's Centrlfugdls,
Wilcox & miibs, & Hemiugtuu SewiuM Machines,
Dr. Jdyoo & Sous Family Medicines.
V.. K. 1Ii:miuv, President ,v Manager.
(Join ItKI lilmw.s, hecictarj .'iTie.isun
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
(ppo. Spii'vkclH' ltuuk, : B-'oii! S(r'(, Honolulu.
IMI'ORTFHS and PKALFHS IN--
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Cbiindelicr., KleclolierH, Lamps v Lamp Ki.(uici,
l'.iuits. Oils t Vainihlicd, Lard Oil, ('yliirdr Oil,
I'owiler, Sliot A Cijis, .Machine-loailcil CartridgCH, Clianilieilain'ri Patent
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- aOODS,
.Silver Phrled Ware, Table Si l'ocl.ct CiiU'cry,
l'hiwn, l'l.rnleis' Steel floes, and oilier Agricultural Implement-, .
IIA.N'DI.F.S OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ot EVERY DESCRIPTION
llait'H l'atcnt "I)uple" Die Stock for l'ipe S. Holt Oitllinif, '
Manila it Sis.il Hope, Hiibbcr Hum,
Win) Hound Hirhher Hosu, Spineler-grip;
Spiinkleih it Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic (l.ntiidge Co.,
llailiimn'ri Slcel Wiie Fence Si Slcel Wiiolal,,
".New rroccKs" Hope,
Win. (!, Fislici'n Wrought Steel ltangCh, Neil', Caiiingo I'liinln, '
(laic Citv Stoim FilleiB,
'New PiociW Twin Diills,
uoN-illl Sll Uiiil'rt I'.ilent "Duplex" Die Sloel'i-.
llic n.itional babnci
I nsin ancc World of
. . . .'A IT.'i.MO'l.OOri Of)
lll.ick Steel Fence Wiie, (.alvani.cd
-, Sjiccial (Jii'ilil Fence Staples
s& jjeW GOODS !
rival-. Agent f"t
llouud JIh', Sd'iinr
I HS IX-
loirs' L.S't, Viee-I'iesiileiit.
Ci'.crr. Iliiuivv, Auditor.