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DAILY IW.IiL.MTIN: IIONOU'LH, II. I., JA:tI'AUY V I, SHU,
U im minimi mtXmmi.'vm wfm.m
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ilntlu $11 Tiffin
fir-" 3 W? I
Tl'KSDAY, JAN. 28, 1890.
I law lii'fjf lcn II DoughiM. .lueolnen,
IH il iyi fiom S:iii l'ruielseo
Am lil, lleipei ii'iim Nccallo. N S W
Stmr l.lki'llUo for Mwil at .". i in
Ntinr Mlkiihnhi fur Kainil at ' i m
Sliur Klnsui fur llllo ami way purls al
'i l III
StiiirWiihileiih' fur I'lliiue;i ami llmm-
le.i atrip in
Schr Kmililuii for Wnlaiinc
Schr Wnlcliii fur Kaliiikii
V VESSELS IEAVIMC TO-MORROW.
Am lik AMcn 1!cm', lliiuaul, fur San
l'r:iiicieo at ! a in
Stmr llnwsul for llmunkuii 10 a in
for Maul anil Hawaii per t inr I'liiiiu.
.Ian a Mr tbiiler, V V Apuu.i ami
tsiiiillv. Wong Kwul, O A Kiuen. Dr
WVililIi'k.K Klinurii, 'lev Mltiimi, It It
lliml ami wife, A C Dowelt, C Cobb.
Tin" luiUciithic W' II Iiimoiitl caiui' off
lhe Miulne ltallway till inoriilnjr. Hie
will coon cniiiliicneetiilillift In iij:ii
'I'll Hawaiian hi-lguiitlnc (.en II
Douglas", C'apialn A .laroli-.u. auiu-il
ttii- iiioiniue;. IS ibyUroni S:in Fran
clseo with jjeiiernl incii'lianill-c. Sin',
loul -qnallv weather and variable wlmN
llif yicaler pari of the pic-iitfe. Mic
will lie ilockeil sil llie Oceanic Coinp.i-iiv-
whnif to-inoiiuw inoiniiijx.
ST. ftKDBEVi'S CATHEDRAL.
Itrslunallon of Krv. Urn. Wiil'nco
Heels ! A MuiwuMir Xmiiliin
l i-il ly 1lic Mi'c'omt CoiiKl'-'Ciitii'i'.
A eooi represent al ion of llie
Second ('ongrentii'ii of St. An
drew's Cathedral obeyed tin; call
lor a mec.'ting in tin' nchoolroom yen
terday evening, to receive the resin;,
nation of llie 'mslorato by 1'ov. ('oo.
Wallace and take such slcpi as
wore lpqulrcd in the emergency.
Kev. Alex. Mackintosh, wlio lias
Iippii acting pastor in Kev. Mr.
Wallace's absence, presided and
opened the meeting with prayer.
Mr. T. llulu Walker read Mr.
Wallace's letter of resignation, ad
dresspd lo Mr. T. May and himself
as church wardens. The letter sta
ted that the writer, had accepted a
call to th rectorship of the pro-ca-thpdral
at Sioux Falls, South Dako
ta, lie mentioned that the salary
was less than his charge in Honolulu
had been giving, but there was an
inviting held of labor presented.
The town is n lailwayT-entre of ris
ing importance, in the midst of a
rich country. The church is a hand
some one built by one of the Astors
of New York in memory of his de
parted wife. Mr. Wallace conveyed
to the members of the congregation
his high appreciation of the abound
ing kindness bestowed on him while,
living in Honolulu.
Mr. Walker read the draft of a
icply In the letter, couched in grace
ful and sympathetic language, which
on motion of Capt. Mist-, seconded
by Judge Uickerton, was unani
Mr. Mackintosh said the particu
lar busiiiPS3 of the meeting was
over, but it would be competent for
them to leorganizc for further con
ference, and after pronouncing the
benediction he retired.
Judge Uickerton being called lo
the chair, the meeting proceeded,
under the constitution, to take steps
tor lilling the vacant pastorate.
(Japl. II. W. Mist, 11. N., anil .Mr.
Tlios. May were unanimou-.ly elect
ed as nominators, when the former
invited instructions or suggestions
for their guidance.
Mr. Walker moved Hint the nomi
nators be requested to present the
name of Hev. Alex. Mackintosh lo
i he llishop as their new pastor.
Mr. liobert Cation, in seconding
the motion, observed that the occa
sion might be an opportune one for
considering the feasibility ot uniting
the two congregations into one body.
Mr. II. F. Olailo would like to
sec the suggested union, but consid
ered that the matter could not well
be discussed in conjunction with the
special business in'haud.
Mr. Walker briefly related the
circ -instances of tho separation, also
slated certain conditions that might
be an obstacle to reunion. While
hoping that all barriers might one
day be providentially removed, he
denied all representations of strife
or rivalry between the congiega
tions. The motion passed unanimously
and the meeting adjourned without
Kunnii lk'i.i.r.Tis: Seeing the
talsc statements made about what I
say from time to time, in the oppo
sition papers, the Advertiser and
Times, 1 would ask you to publish a
denial of these statements as en
tirely false and without any founda
tion. My advice to the natives was
to bo sure that they are qualllied to
yote for Nobles, and once satislied,
o stand to it, and' not to be bluffed
as is tried in many cases by some of
t,hn Inspectors and those allowed to
pome before them to scare the natives.
This game of misleading tle white
voters to raise a prejudice in the
minds ot my friends, who have been
tuy best anil warn-est supporters, is
liuyaiing. Nothing can mislead
the intelligent white vote, or the. na
tive cither, and I am fairly sure of
proving it at llie coming elections.
' It. W. Wilcox.
LOCAL & UEHEKAI. NEWS.
Mil. II. S. Townsenil lias loM it
A .mmiii: cxIi'iiil'Ml "(leninl" from
Mr. I'. W. Wilcox will appear to
niniiow. 'I'lti: new ISuaiil of Diieetor-i uf I lie
Kapiolnni I'ark Asocial ion i-. aihci
lii'il clt-ewheio. .
A llYDIlAN'T llllfl bl'tltl lltllll'lll'll to
Ilic wilier main on Uiuu Miccl, cloc
I i Prince l.iliiiokalaiiiV lenience,
Tjli'.aiiiiiial niceliiitfof the CUm ninti
llciunolcnl Society will In held to
morrow afternoon, II o'clock, at, t lit
ollice. of Hon. H. A. Wideinaiin.
lil'.WlH .1. l.evcy will "ell .(he 1.110
stock of fnrnitiiie, etc., at I tic ie.i
ilenee of Dr. Hiodio on Tueilay
next. Sec p.uticulai'H elewlieie.
I'AHirf of X 1 1 1 ui i 1 1 stteel aii' ic
poiled in titling red not a n teeiill
of MiiiKuiuaiy politic, but fmui tin
soaking of lite ciaeker p:i'cr ill llie
All I'Af mid All Toy wen- lined 1
e.ieh for nflray in llie Police dnii!
thiri inoiiiiiig. li.iil was foifeiled in
one cum' for druiil.'cuni'i'N mid "eeul
eases weie lemaiiilcd.
N'ow, while the neat appioach of
the eloclioiH monopolisec miici-al
alleiitiou, tlieie i no f-cltinir away
hoin the fact that the New calami
iiiiillet inipoileil by .1. K. lliown A
Co. is the lifH delicacy of the .-c.imiii.
II. I1acici'i:i.ij A. Co.'s liuililiii has
been extended twoor tlnee md in the
:car, the addition being miil'oini in
eeiy toped with the old pail, mi
that whi'n the piaster diies il will be
dilliciill In m'o wheie the junction i..-
A IU.IT..I U'Ki:t named (Iriscll was
dmifu'ioiifcly wo'.iiiiletl by accident on
lio.ud the l'. S. S. NipMC ypteid,ii.
The men wcie diilliuu wiib ball
cartiidgc mid the icvolver of a man
behind Cri-ell iiiUmmI liic tlnee limes.
While the man was cvimining the
piece il went oil", the bullet enteiiiitf
(JrispllV body thiougb the hip. A
it was evident that be was rerioii-ly
hurt, he was taken ashore and to the
yucen'H Hospital. KII'ortH to locate
the bullet have so fnr failed. At noon
to-day (irisell was doing a.-i well as
could be expected, but I)r. MclCibbin
icgmdH the case an unquestionably
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Kxcclsior Lodge No. 1, I. (). O.
V., at 7::i().
Drill Co. 1! Honolulu Hilles, at
Court Lnnalilo, No. (iliOO A. O.
F., al. 7 :.).
AUCTION SATES" TO-MORROW.
nV jas. r. .MouriAN.
At 10 a. in., at residence of the
late Chtts. Hangman, housi'liold fur
niture and effects.
J. S. Walker et al. vs. Mikaela pt
al., ejectment, was on trial this
morning at term befoie Chief Ju.s
lice Judd and a mixed jury. Hart
well and Kaulukou for plaintiffs;
Kane tor defendants.
ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE.
The following is tho text of a cir
cular received by several business
houses last mail : '
Maurice Ducot, 08, IJuc dc l'es
sac, 38, Ilordeiiux, (France). Ureal
succcs of the Universal Kxhihition
of Paris 188!i. "Tour Eiffel. " I
scud free ppr registered mail, in ex
change of .000 used postage stamps
(old or modern) from your land a
splendid reproduction of the "Tower
Kiffel." She his of copper or nickel
(according to your choice) & his
height i9 of Oiii, ;'i() centimetres.'
Agents wanted for the sale of this
article well appreciated in all pails
of the world, tlood conditions avec
KAPIOLANI PARK ASSOCIATION.
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Ivapiolani Park Asso
ciation was held this morning. The
following Uoaid of Directors was
elected, being with ono exception a
re-election of the previous Hoard :
W. (!. Irwin,
T. li. Walker,
K. S. Cunha,
A. S. Cleghorn,
II. It. Macfarlunp,
W. M. Giffaid,
II. J. Nolte,
T. S. Douglas.
The usual routine business wa&
transacted. It was shown that the
limited finances of the Association
had been expended economically
and that a laige number of improve
ments had been elfecled at very
small expense. The shareholders
present expressed themselves as
pleased with the cffoils of the late
Hoard of Directors In improving the
pari? and its environs. Some, dis
cussion ensued as to the advisabil
ity of having an artesian well in the
park for the purpose of watering
the shrubbery plantcd'by the paik
A vole of thanks to llie Secretary,
Mr. W. M. (iiffard, for tho system
atic and elaborate manner in' which
the park records were kept, was
Tliel)atlentliie Amelia will will about
Saturday with sugar for San I'rancNcn,
Tim American bark Allien lleic,(.'ap
luln Howard, will sail for Sua KimiicI-co
ul ii o'clock to-iiunrnw iiminlug.
THE KAISEJTS BIRTHDAY.
CiiliNlllur Iteei'lilldii-.Viilloiuil Itimil
:onoci't-.. lolly crjiiaii ur llie
Mr. II. F. Glade, German Consul,
held a reception at the olllees of H.
Ilackfeld & Co., at noon yestciday,
in honor of the Ihirty-llrst annive'r
sary of Hie birth of I'.mpeinr William
II. of Germany. The Miuitris of
Hie Crown, members of the diplo
matic and consular corps, and'nia'ty
citizens of prominence called on the
Consul to lender congiatulalioiH on
In the evening the Royal Hawai
ian Hand gave a national couceil at
the Honolulu At ion's rooms in honor
of the event. The large veranda in
rear of the building was crowded
witli ladies and gentlemen, mostly
of German natiotrilily, who were
served with sandwiches, beer and
lemonade, during llie concert, many
small tables being set out for the
convenience of the company. The
programme was German thioughoul
as will be seen below. Its "eat lea
Hire was the piece eoiiinieninnitivc
of tl e war of J"li-"l, which takes
about half an hour in playing. It
comprises inarches, lite and (bum,
cannon and muskel, firing, prayers
afli'r battle, etc, and 1'iof. Heiger
led the full baud lluotigli its intima
cies wllli rare energy and skill. At
the conclusion of the piece the com
pany gave three rousing cheers for
tin selection, three more for the
leader, and a third three for llie
band, Prof Heiger coming lorward
and bowing his and the boys' ac
knowledgment. Following is the
programme in full :
MONTAfi, JAN. 27. IH(ll).
M ill cli (icliiut -.lag Kaii-t
4'aulalc -hie lai-cr Parade. Hlleulieig
Pnniplir.i-e 1. liter's ( 'in iililiimeu. . .
Potpourri -lieiilM'lie M.irsclie
Deiitsclilaml'-. Hiiniieituigpii an 1r(i-
Ollliip Udell soil er I.elu'ii .ll.ufl'
Piitpiiiuil IlciiNclic I. iodcr Heiger
Die uacllt an) Klielu.
WIipii tile conceit concluded at
ten o'clock, the ladies went, home
and the gentlemen "made a night
of il" in the hall. Tables were laid
end to end until they accommodated
the score or two who remained, and
sandwiches and beer were again
served while the tinx was spent in
speech and song.
Mr. M. Goldberg, President of
the Arion, took the chair and called
the gathering to attention, while Mr.
ScholU played soft music on the
piano. Mr. Goldberg proposed the
health of the young Kmperor, whom
lie did not know but for whom they
all had the highest regard. Tho
toast was cordially honored and
followed by a song in chorus.
Mr. W. Wokers proposed the
health of the Fmpress, which was
Capt. Kascli, of the bark G. N.
Wilcox, in a humorous speech pro
posed llie health of Prince Kismarck,
hoping he would live torule for long
years to come. The jolly Captain
was good-liiinioiedly intciriiifred
with un-Germanic ejaculations, such
as, "Ynu bet your bottom dollar!"
Mr. D. I.ogau of the Hri.ixns
was called on for anything he liked
to say. He proposed the health of
Heir Merger, as being the greatest
of all the great, men Germany had
produced in the estimation of the
people of Hawaii. The loasl re
ceived the grand honors, as "Heir
Merger and the ltoyal Hawaiian
Hand," accompanied with the sing
ing of "He's a jolly good fellow."
Mr. W. BcrlowilK proposed the
"German Soldiers;" Mr. Hatch, the
Mr. .1. II. Ueiit spoke at. some
length and very neatly, urging Hip
cultivation ot a fraternal spirit
among German residents. They
should maintain their national so
cieties as their countrymen in the
Slates do. The German believed
in enjoying life, and oiiulil to have
liberty to enjoy their Sundays.
Mr. NeltniT proposed the health
of the "German women, the ctwu
Prof. Merger wished to say a few
words regarding tho Arion. He
was, lie thought, the oldest member
of the Arion and had been a mem
ber of many German societies.
(Mr. M. F. Killers gently disputed
the speaker's claim ot seniority.)
When they started the Arion, Pro!.
Merger continued, they did it just
tor a jolly time, ami he thought,
they had succeeded so far, but he
hoped the Legislature would give
them more liberty on Sunday. He
considered many ot their country
men neglected Gorman life, espe
cially when they became bossc.?.
Where were the Germans' The
speaker named several wealthy Ger
man residents whom he said were
now aristocrats although they had
come here as poor as any of them.
They could, however, keep their
German life here if they only stuck
together. "Gentlemen', let us never
break up again" (applause). They
should show other Germans that
they could keep qp German cus
toms. They had to-day a tolerant
Sunday law and he itop'ed when the
railway got down farther they would
liaye their picnio every Sunday and
ho did not think the authorities
would prosecute them. They worked
hard every dny in the week and were
entitled to the ono day. Some peo
ple thought their Sunday was only a
booze, but it was not so. I lipy
wanted a Smithy that would loosen
their tongiiPH and open their hearts.
The ( liimimaii 'tm enjoy his Sun
da, and why cannot the German'!'
Mr. C. Ho'-ssc proposed the health
of "Visitors of other nationalities,1'
to which Major II. F. Ilebbard
Mr. .1. Martram proposed "The
Press," calling on the liti.i.r.nv re
presentative, who lespoiidcd biiellv.
Pi of. Merger then went to the
piano, playinu accompaniments lor
songs by .Mr. W. Hrash ami Mr.
Nelluer, ami after a few minutes of
dancing and handshaking 'ill mum!
the uieiiy gathering, at about mid
Mlc.lliiri'll llui'l.t'iixle l!ii.t).vliiu Him
Nciri'riillliii; Ills II re I lire ii.
I.omhis.Niiv. ."(). Sir Mm ell .Mae
kctiKic is giving the I!al College'of
Phvsicians and Surgeons tonic vciy
bad (punter hours. He contributes
to the December Nineteenth Century
an eshaitslive ailicle cal'led "The
Dreadlul I'evival of I,eptoy," in
which he goes foi his brethren of Hie
loyal institution collectively and in
dividually. He terms the commit
tee's icpoit of ISCS "an ill-starred
document which lias done more lo
propagate the disease than any other
.single agency since the crusades."
Of this committee he declares only
two members had the smallest prac
tical acquaintance with lepiosy.
One of them, Dr. Owen I'ecs, hav
ing met one case, mid the other, Dr.
Galviu Milroy, haviu; paid a hur
ried viiit to Dciuerara where he was
pgrcgionsly hoaxed even by the dull
witted lepers. Sir Morel! suppoils
all his amotions by abundant inci
denl and sums up the case thus :
"Conlagioiisiipss of i lie disease was
never doub.ed till it had nearly died
out. Men ceased to believe in con
tagion when I hey no loimer saw dai
ly instance ol it. The whole sys
tem of medical police, by which lepro
sy was Inially dnveii out of I-.urope-an
countries, was based on the no
tion that il was contagious, and no
measures not based on that piinciple
have ever had the slightest ell'eet in
checking its ravages. The alarming
spread of this loathsome pest in re
cent years is, in 1H3' opinion, due to
the fact that for some lime the op
posite doctrine gained the ascenden
cy and held captive the minds of
men. For this pernicious error and
for Ml the disastrous consequences
that have flowed and continue lo
flow from it the l.oyal College of
Physicians and Surgeons of London
is chiefly responsible."
Sir Morcll's lecture before one of
the most critical audiences in Great
Mrilain al the Philosophical Institu
tion of Fdinburgh, which lias brouglit
demands lor his appearance in near
ly every important town in the l'n
ited Kingdom, did not deal timderly
with the members of the Royal Col
lege, either. Sir Morcll has receiv
ed many offers lo lecture in Amer
ica, one coming from the Lowell In
stitute this morning. He informs
me that he is considering the pro
ject of an American tour seriously,
but has not yet arrived at a final
determination in the matter. The
(Jouiiselor, ive llie law nml ttie aullio
riti(S in wiitiu, aiisiveiimr iiieiiiinis
ol law ami luels Hiilimitted to lmi., anil
iuilieah's lhe projicr couri-c Olllco'
Cornel Kinj; ami Itetliel slieelt., Ilono
lulu. -1(51 Iw
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDXKSDA Y, .Ian. Zi),
AT III OTMM'K A. II..
At the lcsiilcuee of Hie late ('HAS.
IIANS.MAN. ib ceased, I will sell ut
The Entire Hoiiseh'ld Furniture,
1 UikoliiM Parlor Set,
1 birno II W. Center Table,
1 .'Uifjht Cliumlelier,
Black Walnut Whatnot.
Ciirtaiiib iV: C'orniei'o,
2 B.W. Marbletop Bedroom Sets
Splint; & Hair Mattrasscs,
B.W. Dining Table,
lilaek W'uliiiit. Uliairs,
Cri'i'kery & (Ihistware,
1 New Home Sewing Machine,
1 Meat Sale, Ktc, Ktc, Kle.
JAS. F. IOIUJAX,
tfi I 'it . Auctioneer.
rili: annual uiieting of thedetmin
X llciievnlcnt Society will In; lield
on WKHNK.SDA Y, .liinicny 'J!l, U'.il). al
lhe (ifn"e ol II. A. Whlnmanu, l'sq,,
Merehanl 'lied, at 'J o'elnek c m
112 fit Sect clary
HITUATIOX iih Sugar Clerk oi
ii. Nllit Watchman ul a mill, or a
nl, lie us I, mm on a good plantation,
Has cxpciiiuici: and can liiiuhdi good
refeiciicc t ill or address "M. K. I'.,"
Hn.l.hi is Olllee. l.'ii 1 1
OXL Scheihler's rolaii-nope wllli
coniplctc set of iqipaiullH,
weighla, lamp', etc
UlltUw T. II. DAYIKSA CO.
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS ! '
('III'. llll','ll Jt llllllllll SlH.
rpilHSK rooms have been opened f,ir '
.JL the eoilM'lilciic ' nut only of Mcr '
Cllllllls, bill (r tliC (JllUTll I'llliliC II
iilVunls n ilfirililf liixtiinii ol's"llllii
oll'iicpiui'iil ilcil "I'M'! ir itrildi s .it am
ib si'tlpilmi. will i ih niie.-.it ( '
I'll'lnii; ili'-in Pinter 'In "Il Until. ! '
Ki'w of us, evi ii in our lion i Imlil
nil ills, Inn what lcie ponii'llilni; licit,
v.e c.iiilimi'illv s-iv: "I wlsli I (nulil
-ell tlrii, Iml ft I Mid It In 'ilcliu:i
iirij (ji't uet to u itliinj; for It " Tin mi-
i'e i. Kiiiix meet yuiu leq'iiiemiiilt- -wluii
ynu do not waul oilier are in
flay This 1 a stiietly eninmi'-sinii
liu-lnes-i mid the Interests ol cliea's will
In- ciiefiilly ginirilcil.
IM). WALK Kit,
Hrmn'uln, ,ilt). t!(, tstm. -ti E tw
The It iiIi'Imi'IimI luvillL' li"i'll :iiuilnli'il
iu'ciiIs tor the H.iwiillnn Mtinil'.
For tho Ceicbratod
Pkhii llie woiks of
Huriiliiim, IMny, Wl.'llains. & Co.,
I'lllllKl.'l plllo. I'Ollll..
Ale inn lepuli'il to ;ie cliiimle- niel
leceive onieis tin lln-c eiij;llie', of nny
sie Kiel st!u
The P.M.nw in I .in minim mms ,ne
now iiiiiiinliicliiriiii! 11 -ie.i l.iicuuiii
live uiillciiituly iiiliqilril
For Plaiilaiioii Purposes,
A immliei o whiih hive icrcnlly liecn
icri'lvel.U lliese Ulainh, innl we will
lnve pli'iiurc in firnhhiiiK iiiiiituiion
HKeiils anil iii'tmiLfr with p'lnielilnis
The superiority ul lluse l.i.c.iniolivea
overall of her makes is no: only known
l.i'ie Inn is icknnwleilgeil tlirinqdiuiit
the I'nitiil State.
AyciitB for Ibiwiiiian IslaniP.
'tl!v!i.ril w iv
California : Lands
I'-OK. HALIO I
rpiir, undersigned wWies to Inform
L the public that lie ha-, opened a
Itranch (.'alitoruia Land Olllee. at Xo.
TJ Mercliani street, Honolulu.
To persons wishing lo invest In
Choice Tiinlier, At;riculiiue. Kruil or
fJralnj; Lands hi the Hue .State of Cali
forniaor lu Desirable liiiildhie' Lots In
llie beautiful City ami Suburbs of Oak
laud, with its 'unrivaled climate and
opportunities t am prepaid! to otter
every Inducement in the wav of bar
gains. The Laud-! which 1 heie offer have all
been mint carefully inspected by a
thoroughly reliable surveyor, employed
specially for that purpose, and 1 "am
therefore enabled to fdve satisfactory
guarantee that pery piece oft'eicd will
htrlctly coirc.pnnd with the ile-eilpilou
given by me.
The 'i'illes to these I.amU are perfect,
belm: in the main stale school lauds.
The proioiis peisoii.il inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute soeiuliy to purchasers and 1- an
Indliceiiient'otfered by no other dealer
in state school lauds lii ('alifiunla.
Tlie price ranges fiom SU.no per aero
upwaid accoiiling to quality and loca
tion, anil tlieie is no doubt, by taking
Into account the rapid growth and pro
gicssinu of that Mate, that these lands
otfered anhfsu low llgnres must within
a lew years command a much hlghei
prlei) ami so eciuo lo every Investor a
irollt not c.isilv cipialed in any othci
line of speculation.
This oppoi iimity will be open fo1 a
limited time only, and I therelorc c
lend an luvltatiiiu to all whowi-hto
sceuie good ami cheap homes in tli.it
magnillcent State and Country, ami also
to tho-c who (leshe to Imust a little
money to so great advantage ami profit,
to call upon me .soon ami obtain full
p, n denial's.
Iiitormalloii will be elieeifuilv given.
bQ' Olllee loom with .1. A. .Magooil,
alioriiev, No, I'.' Merchant sticet.
bin If A. MOKOPP.
AOIItl, or Young W'ouuiii to do
housework twill lake caie of two
young childien. (leinmn prcfeireil.
Apply "laD Kort Street ' -101 lit
lIPOUTANT lo ALL!
JTWKUIALLY lo tlio'c who believe
li in equal lights, "Tli" Aineriean
Sentinel,'1 a weekly paper, lhe object of
which is to show the evils of "Iteltgioil'i
Legislation " One or iiioro copies of
ill llen-nt dates can be had flee, by up
plying peisonslly oi hy prist lo the
N. V. IJUKOKSS,
Honolulu, II. 1.
1'. S. Would he glad to hear Irom
lhe other islands. -Hill 2w
I' I - I I .... ! .. . ..I.. !. I I IM
''piIK Hawiiiiiiii KHIr Absoeiaiion'h
I ItuiL'c, King hltci't, is clojiil triim
this date All perFons aie liercliy for
bidden to practise over above linage
until liirthei notice. II y older.
I'le.Mdent II. It. A.
Hoimlubi, .lui.81, 1M0. tnt lw
Joi'inaa Ssuisan'e iMtirk(
Jl.S I' opeiii'd In "Aiuistroag'it Hloek,"
near King Street llridgc. l'or sale
liesh dully -lleiid (Jheeae, l-'riiiikluiter,
Iloloniu, Flying I.lvei, Sinolicil nml
illier S'otfl tK1"4-
110 1( l'loilleliir.
Views of the
I'lic Ivpiil ible allows lyiire equal to those of the u ilinn.il luliuieii
shp-ts of Koine Miyiisp(i('l!ilde-deil Slalei. I'lie Iti'mi.uici' World of
The Kquilablc Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. 11 ii
unique in its position and tint vclnus in its record. It ocpupici the liiihe-.t
place umoiqr kimhcil institutions.-"-! 1'lm Irish Insurance H.inkin and
It is no use diSLruisinj; the furl that the Kipiilablc holds u remarkable
position ainonc; the Insurance olliues of the World. It does a larger liusi
hess, holds a larger surplus aud'ivp a better contract than nny other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of stale insutance in (.eriiuny I'ompire what,
is done by sonic of the gieal ptiv.ite Assurance Coinp.mii's, by tin: grii.itit
of Hipiii all, for instance, the Kqtiiinhle Life AssitianceSiK'ii'ly of lhe United
Slate-. - Dublin Lyccuui.
The largest of American Life (Mimes and thcrcfoie the larjvst in llie
World is the Kipiitable Life Assurance S iciely of the I'. S. Falipl.iy of
Tho olllco that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal Lifo
Iiisiiiancc is the 10 piitable Lite Assurance Soeielv of the J. S. London
New business ill LSSfl.
Income lor iSsn
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(ieuerul Ai'.enl fur the Hawaiian Islands, Kqmlahle Lite Asunnee Sooietv
or the I'. S. .Ian-1-UO
I " ."'I-..
Pacific Hardware Co., L(l,
I ICOiNrtlOIN'stjiJCltK !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A N'HW IN'VOICIC OF
Glassware &. Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(ialv.inieil 1'cncc Wiie, lil,ick Steel Feice Wiie, Cialvanied ftt.iples,
ISlael; Staples, Sjicci.il (Juulity l'ence Klaples.
NEW GOODS ! -tea t3r NEW GOODS !
In all linos by l.ite anivals. AciiIh for
KubhiM' tJanhMi Hose, AViro liound H.s, Slcani Homo,
Ol- Vl'.ltV KtTI'.lttOIt QIMI.1TV.
l'ACIFIC HAUDWAUE CO., (I.V),
II. F. nn.i.iNdiiAM, J. O. Si'i:.sci:it, F. L. W;.srKtt,
janCillO i'u'Kideiit. Manager .t SeeieUirj'. Ticimirer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION M' IN8UIIANCK AdKNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
IM j.l NT AT I O.N MtMIII j:w.
(!.iipeiilci.n', lll.iehsmitbi-', .M.iehiuints' & I'liiuibcii' Toclft,
HOUSE FU JIN SUING GOODS;
ICili'hiMt IM-miiI', Ptiiulr, Oil-., Vniniln, tinip sTJoiU uuil
jJMI01lVl ItOi,llIIIIllw4. .
Illaktt's Sleam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, A Remington Sewing Udcbioes,
Dr. Jaytie Sl Sous Family Medicines.
--U .iT fc' l.l' "flFI1
K. It. llKNiutv, I'rislilent .v ALuiner. John Ksa, Vice-rnslilent.
lioiiKliKV HltowN, .Secietnry &, Trc.isiuci. ('kuii. lluowv, Auillior.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opitit. Snrt'ckclH' Itauk, : Vort Slivol, Ilunoliilii.
IMl'OlfratS tiuil DKM.KRS 1NT
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
C'liaiiilelieiH, Klcetoliori', I.:uiiin .v I..inii Fixtures,
I'uintH, Oiln A ViirnitilioH, I. .ml Oil, I'ylimlr Oil,
Towtler, Shot .v. C,i)i.i, ?iliicbiiie-lo:iil(.'(l CurtridRet1, C'h.iiiibeihiiu'H I'lilent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver riiilc.l Wtiie, T.il.le .v rocket ('.ullery,
I'lown, I'luiilerh' Steel Hoes, uuil other Aniicultunil Iniplenienti'.
IIANDI.KS OK ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES or EVERY DBSCRIPTION !
Mm I'd l'ulont "Duplex" Din Stock for iiu .v Holt Cuttini:,
Miinil.i A S'ihiiI Hope, Rubber Hose,
Wiie Hound Rubber Hum?, Spinetei-;iip ;
Spiinkleri' V Sirinkler Stnnilx,
I'liion .MeliiUic Oiiitriilt-o Co.,
llui ttmiit'ri Steel Wiio Fence &. Stecl'Wiro Miili-,
"Now I'jnects" Rotie,
Win. (!. KMu'i'h Wioiinht Steel K.int'ch, .NimiI'h (:uii:ii;( I'.iinls,
(bite City Stono FilleiH,
"New I'tocchH" Twint Drilln,
iioV-UilS'.l lltiit'H J'lilcnt "Duplet" Die Stock-.
; ujai . MtLsUJiu-m JimdMtiitmmik ..;..;.- ti4-.
'.'2, .10(1,0(1(1 01)
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