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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2!), 1891).
Stun .kiim;il front Laluiina
Scln Marv ftom Hannlcl
Nlnn Kanlii from Knliuku
Stun" (J It ItNhop f i om Kookiu
Am li; Allien I5"sm', Howard, for tm
l'iancleo at ! :i in
Stun- Hawaii for lltiiiiikii:i til lo n in
'VESSELS LEAVING Tb-MORMWT"
SchrMaiv for lltiiiiilci
Tor San Frnncl-ieo per til.- Allien
IIi-it, .1 :in i!!i M l?roniol.
For Kidiiilul kt lnir l.ikcllko, Jan '2H
W M Glffnld. .1 I) Gas unit wife, I)
Tourney, ami !10 deck.
Kur Kiinni por lmr Mlkalia'a, Jan i!s
Mr HMiop, Mr Fcter. MNs Howell,
Mlw liboile .1 Dyer, .1 II 1Sui'cii:i)i,i,
Aehnck, I! Murrav. Mr Mill-', A .S llnri
well, I. Siol, .1 li Km ley mil! 10 deek.
'I'lic 'elioiiner-. Lukn unit Caterina mi
on the Marine Kiiilwuv.
Tin' bark Andrew Webb will linl-li
unloading her eaigo of coal to-iuonow.
."Iie has ln'i'ii di-charglng sit tin1 i:ili' of
I'.iotons u day.
The "schooner Mary brought :iU bags
paddy from llanalci.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening :it Thomas Ki'iiare
etiiniiieiiciiig :it 7 :.'!() o'clock. Fol
lowing is tin; programme:
I 'AIM' I.
Maich Vienna Hearts
Overtnte -Caliph of Bagdad
.. Fillet Ic
Vmiitlton on n German Mmj'...
.Selection Prince Mlnsuunio....
Poll I'liiiii'lniint, Like no ii I. IK
I k" Ao.
, v VAitr ii.
Gavotte Think of If (new)
Willi. Hint: Danube
Galop llll mill Ml-
. . Ilcrve
Tim following nre the. latest moves In
the correspondence panics lietween Ho
nolulu and Kilane.'i, ICmuil.
Knights (imnu of Ituv Lopez.
White (Honolulu) Hlnck '.Kllauea, IC.)
17. Q QKlS
1H. Q (Mlk( 18.
While (ICilftiiea, K.) Black (Honolulu)
Knuul m the move. For preceding
moves km: lato tiles of the liri.Lr.ris.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. C Honolulu liilles,
Oahu .Lodge No. 1, K. of 1
Mvstic Lodge No. 2, K. of P.
Services at Central Union church,
at. 7 :.'!().
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:. '10.
Hand concert at Thomas Square,
A largo meeting of Portuguese
was held yesterday evening in the
yard of the Royal School. Its ob
ject was mainly to urge ou that
nationality the desirability of secur
ing their political privileges by re
gistering. Mr. Masques pressed this
idea upon the audience, saying he
spoke not in the interest of a parly
so much as thai of their colony.
Speeches were also mado Messrs.
Ciimmings and Lucas, candidates of
the National Reform Party, which
were heartily applauded. Mr. Osorio
spoke on behalf of the Reform party.
According to this paper's informa
tion, the meeting was strongly In
favor of the National Reform Party's
11 is slated that seven great Hour
mills at Milwaukee have formed a
combination, involving $.j,000,000
capital and an annual output of a
million and a half b'arrcls of Hour,
to fight the Knglish syndicate mills.
One of the walls' of the new
Throop avenue Presbvlorian church,
llrooklyn, N. Y., fell early Jan. 9
on a three story frame building.
Two inmates of the house, Mary and
David Purdy, were killed and two
others injuied so that their death
was hourly expected.
Ijuccn Yictoriajwas about lo start,
.Jan. 9, for Hamburg oq ccoiil of
severe attaclfs of rheumatism.
C. '. luntington the millionaire
js making a fqss oyer a charge of
;00 duty at the New York custom
house, on silk, laces, and other
costly stutf that his wife brought
from Kuropc in her baggage.
A strange accidelit happened on
the steamer State of California after
she was brought disabled into San
Francisco. Fifteen men from the
Risdon Iron Works were at work on
u coffer dani'built under the stern,
when a terrific explosion occurred.
Their lights were phi out, some of
them were scalded with steam, and
tho propelleilcrashed through every
thing to the bottom of the dam.
Tho explosion was caused by the
heatipg of the water wiicl had gra
Jiqally colectt'i within, the liollow
(if to lull) of lle propeller, il0
i:lo.se fitting shaft not permuting th"
steam to i'tcape.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Who Inst n Newfoundland dog''
A (loon sit nation
fill- II WOlllllll IS
Sr.i: what the California
Market pHtnics lliis evening.
Mi:. Mnrues will hold foitli nl the
Ininiigiiilion Depot, Kiilciutl.n, t! ii
. - . --
Tnr.iii: will bo a cricket tint li be
tween ( 'limit plon ami Honolulu on
Tin: annual pni.ulo
lulu Fire Depailmenl
Tur. "Mystic team" will
llic amplified Ihinl tank nl
J lull thi) evening.
Notkm: of meeting of I lie Find
Dividon, I.iliiiokiiliiui Educational
Society, appeals el-ewhcic.
(. W. M,rl'Altl.NT. oilers liiewoikii
for mile in good time for the lite
nit'iiV parmle uml the elcclioii.
Tiinui: will he meeting in the in
leie.xt of the Nalioniil Hcfoini I'.trly
at 1'uaVyaiil, 1'iilnniu, this evening.
Tin: Catholic Fair nl the Arion
Hall will le open from two lo ten
o'clock, p.' m., to-inonow. ChiMieii
lliuler twelve yeai of age will he
Tin: liiinil plays to-night at Thoina
Hniaie; to-morrow evening, nl the
Catholic fair, A lion hall; Fiiilay
evening, at Thomas Siiuie; Satin
day afternoon, at Kmiiiu Sipiatc.
Tin: pat I of I he old li.-h pond in
front of Hie O.iliu Uailwuy stalioli
hat Ik en lillcd in, already, heforc
licin;; iuiioothed over and mode into
n cultivated luwn as piojeeled, nial:
ingu great improvement in appearance.-.
Tin: Chinese companv leading lice
landwof Judge McUully at Wuikiki
liavi) Hiihlet a large tract hitherto
uncultivated, coiiHisting of rush
swmnps, to n company of (heir coun
trymen who have Htiutcd n hanana
pliiutation on it.
Tin: following tenders for new
sidiool Iioupcs have been accepted' by
the Hoard of Education, vi.. : II.
Hall, for house at Kaauliuhu, Ilama
kua, Hawaii: .Sam. Kanahelc, for
house at llonomu, Iiilo, Hawaii;
Sam. Mnhoc, for liouse at Wainiea,
S. Kohal.i, Hawaii.
An escaped Iteformatory School
boy was ordered back in the Police
Court this morning. One nail of $'!
for drunken iitvti was forfeited. Ah
Kong, defended hy A. Komi, was lined
$(11.20 and given two hours' haul
labor, for opium unlawfully in posses
sion. He appealed to the .Supleine
TllKitK will be n meeting of the "id
District, in the inleiest of the Na
tional Refoini Party, Friday night,
31st inst., at 7 :!i0 p. m., "in the Rifles
Armory, Ue.rctania street. The candi
date for thu.t Distiict, Mr. A. .Mai
ques, together with the other candi
dates of the National Reform parly,
cordially invite the electors of the
noighboiing districts to ho ptc.sent.
THE ELECTION LAW. WHAT NEXT?
KiiTonRt'u.r.TiK: The old Klcc
tion Laws fixed the Inspectors of
Flection for Representatives. The
present Klcclion Law throws the
whole machinery of election into the
hands of the Minister of the In
terior. Who made this law? For what
purpose was it made just such as it
is? Was it honestly made? Or
was it made as the bulk of tho
laws during the last two sessions
to lay the country hound hand and
foot at the feet of the present Cabi
net the present .Cabinet only and
no oilier until "When?"
The jury returned a verdict, for
plaiutiffs.'Ttiesday, in .L S. Walker
it al. vs. Mikaela et al.
C. .1. McCarthy vs. D. Mauaku,
assumpsit, was tried before a mixed
jury, which i ('turned a vculict for
plaintiff, one dissenting. C!. K.
Wilder for plaintiff, J. A. Magoon
This forenoon the term was occu
pied with the trial, by a native jury,
ol Kuheana vs. Pa'liuillma, eject
ment. Kinney for plaintiff: Ash
ford for defendant. It was admit
ted by counsel to be a question of
law as lo the ownership of Hie land,
which the Chief Justice thereupon
deeided in favor of tho plaintilf.
The question remaining for the jury
was as to the damages, if any, for
one year's pecupation by defendant.
Counsel for defendant was address
ing the jury before the noon recess.
The jury returned a verdict for
plaiutifl'lor tho land and SIT dania
geii, Mr. Justice Dole at chambers or
dered tlie will ol tho late Philip Mil
ton admitted to probate, and that
letters testamentary issue to Cecil
Urown under 820,000 bond.
Heforc "Mr. Justice McCully, the
accounts of Samuel 1$. Rose, guar
dian of Mitinio K. Rose and Chas.
II. Rose, were submitted. They
were for the year ending Dec. 31,
1889, and 'that for tho cstato of
Minnie K. Rose was the dual ac
count. The guardian petitioned for
his discharge as regards this ward.
It was ordered that both accounts
bo allowed, that as regards Urn wan
Jljinuio K. Rose Hie giardkin. bp
discharged, anil his bond, as relates
to her one-half or $1000 bo can
celled. Tho guardian and the two
wards appeared in person.
THE AMERICAN SITUATION.
'levvi l.v tilt"
of I he
We liaVc been handed the follow
ing summary of Ilin uiinual mMrc's
of Miss Frances K. Willard, 1'ichI
dunl of llic Nnlional Woman's Chris
tian Temperance. Fiiion, :it llic late
session In Chicago:
Miss Willard referred lo the Cio
niu trial, and the hissing of the Ame
rican ttagby the anarchists recently,
and said: "Tim experiment of free
government, in our large towns and
cities Is a failure loudly confessed
hy men themselves. Nor are the
reasons for this iiinuii mental catas
trophe mysterious. America has
become the. dumping ground of F.u
ropean cities. The emigration has
steadily deteriorated in proportion
as its quantity has grown. To-day
we have a hundred thousand anar-
chl9t among us In this country
who claim to have , 0(10 drilled
soldiers at their call as many as
Hie entire regular army of the Tinted
Slates. The multiplication ol inven
tion, the enormous accumulations
of capital, the corporate combina
tions' and octopus giipof the 'trusts'
render our wugc-workcin. uneasy.
'Bread or blood' is the inscription
on many a concealed red Hag, ami
tin motive of many a hidden bomb.
Nolo the sullen look on grimy faces
in mine and manufactory and on
the streets; read the labor gangs of
"the day and see if well-to-do Ame
ricans arc not asleep on the edge ol
a volcano. Wc spend fifteen hundred
millions a year for liquor and to
bacco ten limes as much as we do
lor education and icligion; we have
2.i0,000 saloons, enough to form a
lino Irom Chicago to New York;
and in making alcoholic beverages
we waste enough grain annually to
pave a street a thousand miles with
loaves ot bread."
Mrs. Caiolinc l. Iluell, corres
ponding secretary of the society,
read a levicwof its work dining the
past twelve years. She said this
year had been made memorable by
the deleat of prohibition in several
Stales, and that to secure victory
for that cause. Congress must be
metamorphosed and State legisla
tion changed, "and this scenw well
FALSE REPORTS OF SPEECHES.
Kditok Httu.i:riN': The manner
in which reports of one's speeches
arc purposely distorted and publish
ed in the Reform Party's newspa
pers is getting too barefaced to be
allowed to go unchallenged.
In tho speech credited to me by
the Times, I am niisreporled regard
ing my reference to the military.
What 1 did say was that volunteers
should be abolished and none but
regulars be kept for the Government
I did not say that the Ministers
should be elected. Our platform is
an open denial ou this score.
The reference to. the- whites com
ing here before the mast and jump
ing into a fat, soft thing in Hawaii,
has no application to the mechanics or
the whiles that came in on their own
account, which they have a right to
do. I referred to that class of men
who are imported to supplant native
and while teachers identified with
llic country, and those who supplant
both natives and whites in the many
employments under Govcrnment,ini
portcd specially for that purpose'
Ou this point I am emphatically op
posed. There are enough whites
and natives, who are better entitled
lo the consideration of the Govern
ment or Reform party than strang
ers. The Times also reported that I
said that ."the King should be the
power above all laws, and rule in
his country." What I said was that
the King has been shorn of many
rights and privileges by tho Reform
constitution which should be cor
rected at the coming Legislature.
Ihs veto power nhould be better de
lined. This is exactly what I said,
and it must be apparent that my
speech has been wilfully perverted.
I mentioned the injustice of the
action and favoritism shown by the
Hoard of Kducation, and 1 said Mr.
Bishop should be put out of his po
sition as head of that bureau.
I will not trespass on your space
to point out in detail the numerous
misstatements made about me as
contained in the. Times' report of
my speech, and also in items against
me in the P. C. Advciliser.
In almost every particular il is a
tissue of falsehoods, for the purpose
of creating race prejudice and wean
ing my foreign friends to their side.
1 repeat now that my advice and
counsel to the natives hitherto and
always shall be,.to avoid the use of
liquor, nol to take bribes, to qualify
themselves according to law, not to
be bluffed by the partisan olllcials,
who would seek to deprive them of
their just rights, and above nil that
1 havo advised them to avoid com
ing in conllict with tho white breth
ren who are in our midst, and any
one that says different ly is a liar.
R. W. Wilcox.
EC. ol DP.
rpjIKIli: will ho Ainplillcd Third Han);
1 liv "Mvitllc Teiun" Til 18 iWcdiief.
day) NIlillT, at 7:!I0 o'clock, al their
Onsilc Hall, on King s'icct. All Quail
tied aiecoidlally Invited.
Fcro.ider. U. T. WILDIHt,
45 1t ii. O.
WOMAN lo net as malion at Ka.
inoliiiiiiKliH brhool. Addicrtu "I'.
0. Itox V," in apply In pi una. IH5 l
flood Christian leading is
from a sermon by Archbishop
laud of St, Paul, during the
Catholic congress in Rallimore:
The Church of America must be,
of course, as Catholic as even in
Jerusalem or Roni", but. so far as
her garments assume color from the
lecal :itmopheie she must bo Am
erican. Let no one daic lo paint
licr brow with foreign tint or pin to
her mantle loicigu linings. There
is danger in receiving large acces
sions of Catholics from foreign coun
tries. God witnesses it they arc
welcome. I will not intrude upon
their personal affections and tastes,
but these, if foreign, they shall nol
intrude upon Hie Church. Ameri
cans have no longing lor a church
witli si foreign aspect. It would
wield no inlbience over them, hi no
manner could it prosper. Fvolics
have never but sickly forms.
It is time to bring back the primi
tive gospel spirit ; lo go out into
highways and byways; to preach ou
housetops and in niaikel-placcs.
Frcet stately churches if you will.
1 1 all are not there press the ab
sentees lo hear'yoti beneath humble
loofs. If some remain yet. outside,
speak lo them in the streets or the
public road. The lime has come
for "salvation armies" to penetrate
Hie wildest thicket of thorns and
briars and bring the words of God
to the car ol the mo3l vile, the most
ignorant and the most gndles". Sav
ing those who insist on being saved,
as we sue ssitislied in doing, is not
the mission of the Chinch. This is
not the religion we need to-day, to
sing lovely anthems in 'cathedral
stalls, to wear capes of broidercd
gold, while no multitude throng
nave or aisle, and the world outside
is dying of spiritual and moral starv
ation. Sock out men ; speak lo them, not
in stilted phrase or seventeenth cen
tury sermon style, but in burning
words that go to their hearts as well
as their minds. Popularize religion
so far as principles permit. Into
the arena, priests s'uid laymen ; seek
out social grievances, lead in move
ments lo heal them. Peep merci
fully into factories; breathe fresh
air into crowded tenement quarters
of the poor; follow on the street
the crowds of vagrant children ;
lessen, on railways and in public
service, Sunday work, which renders
for thousands the practices of reli
gion impossible; cry out asiainst llic
fearful evil of intemperance, which
is damning hourly the bodies and
spuls of countless victims. r',:i
For the Coming Election,
Just arrived per bark "C. I) IJryaui," a
line assortment of the
Celebrated, -:- Unexcelled
This year's make! Litest designs!
Rockets, Bomb Shells,
Procession Torches !
And oilier works too numerous to
Day U'dl and cvntnliiv, or apply to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Of Macfnrhinc it Co.,
IHayAhtliial Telephone. iO;i, -lG.ri 4t
SIXUKSinoiilli, u New.
foiintllHiul Do, who,
will he kept unless coRta
fur ilanmgcs and expenses
aic paid within 10 days.
ifil Fort street.
MUKTING of the tut Division of
the Llliiiokalant Kdncntinnal
Society will l.e held on MONDAY
NNXT, Fehriiuiy !trd, fit :t o'elonk c. m ,
at Washington I'laeu. A full attend
unce is requested.
41:5 41 1'KK OKDKIt.
A SITUATION as .Sugar ('Ink oi
Night Watchman al a mill, or a
place n.1 Luna on a good plantation.
Has cxpeiieneu and can turnlsh good
ruferenee. (.'.ill or address "M. K. I'.,"
lluixK-riN Olllee. -.'i7tf
AKT CLASSES I
"HAWIN(5 and I'aintiiiK hi oils
XJ ami water color, .Mouochinitic,
Urnynii, Ktc , ou Tuesdays and KiidiiVB
alternonn, and Saturdays morning and
It. IUHNFIKLI), Artist,
Hpieckols' Itlnek, Foil silent.
1' tin' minimi ineelliio' itf Him K'.mln.
7V laid I'aik Association held till-
'JSth day of January, lBIKI, the following
gentlemen wtuo elected to -erve art a
lloaul of Director-, for the ensuing year.
W. G. Irwin,
V. M. Qlflard,
P.. S. Cuulia,
A. S. Cleglioru,
T. U. Walker,
II. J. Nolle,
W. M. GIFFAl(l),
liv. EhUiIo For Sulo.
rPYO Houses and I.otsou
-L llohello Lane, Fidaiua.
Convenient to steam and tram
can.. wry Healthy loeaiitv- i.oi ou
King street, near Haiuaiiku's L'ine. For
particulars apply lo
JOHN F. UOWLKlt.
Or Chas. T. tlul ick. -lOtlilm
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. ((iircii A Minaiiii HIh.
rpiIKSK roomi have been opened for
X the cnnxcnioiKv nol only of Mer
chants, but of the General Public It
allntils a diiriblc medium ol selhiiir
oirnecmnul.ited "locks oraiilclis ol any
deseiiption, wbliout ihc mres.ly of
pulling tlicm I'liiler llic "liaininui."
Few of ih, even hi our hoiic)iold
allilrx, tail what Imvc sniiictlilng lint,
wo coniinually say: "I Wi I could
ell thai, luil' l"f I bcihI it to miction I
liny gut next to iiot.lilng for II." TJusc
.ilc'rooiiis meet your 'it-qiilrcmeni-
wlnu ynn do not want otlur live In
JsiY-TId' U a strictly eotuniW-lon
Imsliiesi and the intcrc-ls of clients will
he eircfully gunrdcil.
F. I). WAfiKKK,
Honolulu, .Ian. 20, IfftO. 4113 lw
The llndL-liitpied Imvil);; lilt 11 appointed
tiijeiilH for the Hiiwiiiiiiu hlainN
For tho Celebrated
llaldwin :- Locomotives
From llic work" of
Burnliam, P.irry, Williams & Co.,
Ate now prepaii'il lo tfht; csliiii.ilcii mid
ruci'ivc onlcr lor llie.-e ciiIimm, id any
sie aid slle
The Cai.iiwis' I.ocomoijvi. Woni.ssue
now iiiiiioiliietiiriii'4 a ii.vle id l.ocomo
live pailieiiltirly adapted"
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
ireeivud al these Island, uml we will
have plfKuic in f iiriiisltin; plantation
agents and niauaurs with inrllculurs
The superiority of llu hi- Locomotives
over all of her makes iH not only known
heru but is acknowledged throughout
the United Stiilei).
Wui. Ci. IllWlK&Co.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
California : Lands
iroit salm :
MIK under-.ljrned wl-hos to inform
Ihc public that he has opened a
branch California Land Olllee, at No.
Vi Merchant Mreel, Honolulu.
To person-. wKhbif; to Invent In
Choice Timber. Agriculture, Fruit or
Grazing Lands in the line .State of Cali
fornia, or In De-drablo building' J. oN in
the beautiful City and Subiiilis of Oak
laud, with Its 'unrivaled climate and
opportunities. I am prepared to offer
every Inducement In the way of bar
gaitc". The Land-! which 1 here offer have all
been mn-it caiefully Inspected by a
thoroughly reliable Mirveyor, employed
(specially for that purnni!, and I am
therefore enabled to give satisfactory
guarantee that every piece offered will
itrlctly eorupnnd with the. description
given by me.
The Titles to these Lands are perfect,
being in the main state school land-..
The previous personal inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute security to purchasers and Is an
Inducement offered by no other dealer
in slate school lands In California.
The price ranges from 8:1.50 per acre
upwaid according to quality and loca
tion, and there is no doubt, hy taking
Into account the rapid growth ami pro
gression of that State, that these lauds
offered at these low llgures must within
a few years command a much higher
piicenud so .secure to every Invc-tor a
profit not easily equaled in any other
line of speculation.
This opportunity will be open for a
limited time only, and I therefore ex
tend an Invitation to all who wish to
secure good and cheap homes in thai
magnillceut State and Country, and also
to those who desire, to imest a little
money to so great advantage and prollt,
to call upon me soon and obtain full
Infoi inatlon will be cheerfully given.
lO" Ollice room wllli .L A. Magoon,
nttornev, No. 42 Merchant street.
4i;o if ' a. aioitofp.
A (51 HI. or Young Woman to do
housework and take care of two
young children. Osriiiitu preferred.
Apply "tail Fort Street" 101 lit
IMPORTANT to ALL !
ISl'KUIALLY to those who believe
2i in eipial rights, "Tho American
Sentinel," a weekly paper, the obeel of
which Is to show the evils of "lleligious
Legislation " One or topic copies of
ilitl'erent dates can be. hail fiee, hyap
plying personally or by post to the
N. F. IHJItOKrtS.
Honolulu, II. I.
be gl.ul to
rpili: Hawaiian 111 lie Af social ion's
1. Itiinge. King street, ii closid from
this date All persons nm herehy for
bidden to piactifie ovei nl.o.ve. Kange
until furlher notice. Hy otdur.
I'rusidunt II. It. A.
Honolulu, .Inn. St, 180(1. 1G1 lw
Ciorinaa SuiiH:it-c Alarkot
UST opened in "Armstrong's llloclt,"
t) near King .Street Bridge. For sale
fresh daily Head CIiolmc, Frankfurter,
Hologna, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
.IACOH I'll I LI IT',
bill If I'loprlctor.
Views of the
The Imputable shows figures equal lo those of the national li.il.uice
sheds ol some very respectable-si.ed States The Insurance World of
The Kquitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It W
unique in Its position and marvelous in lis record. It occupies tin' highest
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Hanking and
It is no use disguising llic fact that the Kquitable holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the World. It docs a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give a belter contract than any other
company. fl.camington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of the gi cat private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of I hem all, for Instance, the F.quituble Life Assurance Society of the United
Slates.- -Dublin Lyceum.
Tho largest of American Lite Olllces and therefore the largest in the
World is the Kquitable Life Assurance Society or the I'. S. fFairplay of
The ollice that has done the mot in promoting safo and liberal Lifo
Insurance is the Kquilahlo Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
Xcw business in
Income tor l.S.H'.l
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(Jcnersil Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Lifo Assurance Society
of the F. S. Jan-l-HO
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
IRONIR)lNGKK JS !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
-A N'FW INVOICE OF-
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(ialvani.ed Fence Wire, Hlack Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Staples,
Hlack Staple.s, Special (juality Feneo Stapled.
NEW GOODS ! -a &' NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late nnivals. Agents for
Rubber Ciardon lloso, Wire Bound IIo.se, St emu Hose,
or vkiiv siii'uitiou gitAi.irv.
l'ACIFIC HAKDWARK CO., (LV),
II. F. Dll.l.lNOIIAM, J. G. Sl'KNC'lUt, F. L. WtSTKIt,
jan-O-'.K) President. Manager it Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
ILANTATrON & INSURANCE ACIENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE rUIlNTSIIING GOODS!
Kitchen Ulcimils, Faints, Oils, VarnifhcK, Iamp Gondii mid
Coneitt.l Ifc.ToiliH.m1 !.
s Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox Si Clubs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape i Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. IlKNDitv, President ,t Manager.
tiODFiti:v Know, Seerciaiy &Tiua.suior
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo- MpickolH' Kniik, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
1MTOUTKRS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware,
Chandeliers, Eleetoliers, Lamps it Lamp Fixture.),
1'aintH, Oils A VarnishcH, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
l'owder, Shot it Caps, Maehiiie.-loadcd Oartriilgcrt,'Chainborlain's I'utent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver l'lalcd Waic, Table .t l'ockot. Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agricultural Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Karl's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for l'ipe Si Holt Cutting,
.Manila it Sisal Hope, Kubbcr llo'-e,
Who Hound Rubber IIo.-e, Spineter-grip;
Spiinklcis Si Sprinkler Stands, ,
Union .Mctallie Caitridge Co., . r
Win. G. Fiihei's Wrought Steel Ranges, NealV Curtingo l'dinta',
Gate Citv Stone Filters,
"New 1'iocess" Twist Drills,
nov'J'.IH'.l Hurl's I'utent "Duplex" Die Stocks.
17.") ,000,000 00
Machinist - ' iv I'lumbcis' TW.ln,
John Kn, Viee-1'rcsldeiit.
Ckoii. Uiiow.v, Auditor.
Wire Feneo it Steel Wire Mats,
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