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IVAILY HlfLLKTIN: HONOLULU, II. I., .IAVUAKY H lS'id.
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TJimSDAV, JAN. HO, 1800.
.1 rt 1 1 :tn
Stmr.lus Mnkec from Knpaa
Sttnr.f A Cuuiuilni from Koolnti
Slinr I'ele liiim .Miudae.i ll:iv
Svhr Mary fur llnnalei
SchrMnry 12 I'o-ter for Wnhiune
VESSELS LEAVINll TO-MORROW.
Slinr Kuala for Wnlanae. Wulalna timl
lvoohiu :il 0 n in
Stuir Kwu for Kwu
The Auici lean bail. Helper, Cuptiitu
I! ICder. which nrrhed on Tuesday
vi'iiliiy;. .fun "JSili, Ml il.iys from Xew
eaMle. .V S W. brnujjhl HIS ton of
coal to III'1. Iiilcr-Munil SIimiii Navlju
The Amiui tt'iin h.uk Allien ltec.Cup
tnin llnwmd, xiilleil je-di'rday for Snii
FroiicUen with HI. HID h:iji iirni WpIsjIi
IiijC 1U0J ton, ami 'JL'.IO bans rice. The
shippers were: O Irwin A Co, K.
JliW bag siijrnr: llyiuan llro-i, 7111 bays
Miliar, ami Ml) hK ih'e; M SOiIn
Im'iiin Co, 1:IS0 l:ij;- ilec. Domestic
The steamer C K HMmp brought 210
ha gs I lee ami lilt) bngj rice hran from
Koolau yesterday evening. She will
take for Knhukii on Saturday u steam
plow whleli canu' hy the bark 11. llaek
lehl from Liverpool
The tenmer Junie.s Mal.ee liinulil
2in baas Mig.ir fiom Kai,i'i ihN inorn
lusr. The steamer IVe put hael; Ihl- uinrn
luir. her haft liaxlnjv hioken while .-he
wiis as far a Maalaea liny.
The hark II Haekfeld will ilnMi ilK
cliarfrlngher general iiicteli.indie lo
moirnw. Her cargo eonxNtluj; largc'y
of lion mateil'il has Ijl-cm all lnmtcd
In uooil condition. The. II llaeUfel.l
willload foi San Fnmei-cn.
TIih bnrkentiue V II Dlmoml will .ail
next Tuodnv for San Francisco, nnil
Hie bark C'evlon will follow two days
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
liv i.. J. i.r.vr.v.
Hegulur cash sale at 10 a. in., at
Riilesrooms, wlicn'a variety of tncr
clinntlise will be sold, al9o furniture,
anildle horse, carriage horse, wagon,
"Mr. D M. Crowlej- is willing lo
leave the public to judge between
Iris bobcr recollection of what he
iiaiil and the allldavits of the Adver
tiser. Mr. C. says swearing is cheap,
nud lie docs not stoop to it.
NOT TO THAT EFFECT.
ICiinoii Bru.KTix: Last Satur
day hearing that there was to be a
political meeting at the Fish Mar
ket, my curiosity led me there, for
the first time during my living in
this country. With Mr. Crowley
and Mr. Wilcox 1 have never had
any acquaintance, even to the ex
change of words. T heard Messrs,
Crowley, "Wilcox and Lucas speak
that afternoon. Mr. Wilcox did not
i,ddress the people to the effect as
btated of him in the P. C. A,
Wouldn't it be just as well to let up
t,ome from that unrelenting, bitter
personal animosity from day to
day, and if the spirit -of the P. C.
A. can't be merciful let it endeavor
to be Just. .Tons- Hoss.
A SHIFTING POLITICIAN.
Kimtok Hi u.r.Tix: Mr. W. O.
Smith is the great party leader out
side of the Cabinet for the old He
form Party. He is unsparing in his
treatment of all who will not fall
down and worship the graven image
of 1887. I have a dim recollection,
however, that this same W. (). S.
led a factious opposition to the ori
ginal Kefonn Ministry in the House,
and that there was an impression at
the time that he was willing to
"knife" one or moro members of
the Cabinet for some object or other.
Ho was certainly a "kicker" pretty
much all through, and ought now to
show his partisanship by proxy for
Wkakt Old Staokk.
The intermediary division of the
Supreme Court was in session this
morning, presided over by Mr. Jus
tice olc, wlen the following throo
appeals from the Honolulu Polico
Court came up:
The King vs. .las. A. 1). Young,
common nuisance. Defendant was
lined S7 and $3 costs below. The
Court Hues him St and costs. De
puty Attorney .General Peterson for
the Crown ; V. V. Ashford lor de
fendant. y. W Davis vs. .Joe Knmaii re
plevin, Judgment was romlercd for
plaintiff below, with damages $2
and costs S.I. 20. Heard and decis
ion reserved. A. Kosa for plaintiff;
defendant in person.
Sii Wai vs. J. II. Sopor, trespass.
Continued. W. H. Castle for plain
tiff: Deputy Attorney-Gencral for
A. Morgan vs. 11. T. White, and
Sam vs. Knm How, and Su Wai,
garnishee, were to be heard this at
lornoon. Chief "Justice .Tudd, in the pro
bate division, heard final account of
W. W. Hall, one of the executors of
the estate of Nov. D. Baldwin, M.
1)., of Honolulu, deceased, testate,
and petition for Uio discharge of ex
ecutors. t ww ordered -that e
account bo allowed and the execu
tors discharged upon Uieir filing final
Vfireipts, Wr. H, Castle for pcti
lluuer, and llin latter in piraon.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A iioom Willi bathroom is Id li'l.
Nr.w Zealand mullet adveilKod
bv .1. '.. lliown ,v Co.
I. K. Uiiow.v A Co. udveilNc for
helpeis foi a few weeks,
Sr.i: notice of copies of Ihe Dmi.v
llri.l.l'.l'lN WilllU'iI at the olliee.
I'lMilit'AttV llh, Aeee.J.inn Day, i
proclaiuied at a piihlic holiday.
Itrstsi:s! men will note a wuiniiit;
ol Ihe Hawaiian Coinnioieial Co.
A MI'.IVIIMI of
Paily will lie
Hon. AiiIoik1 l!o?a is i leeled a.
Ui'lHCM'iitiitivo for Waialiia hy aeela
A NT.w resist nil inn
second preeinel of die
appear.- lo day.
notiee for Ihe
Tiniiti: will he a -,'i.ind display of
lirewoiks lolaslthiee hoin.s on Ihe
l"pl.tniulu Saluiday evening.
Tin: Hawaiian .Mis-Mnu Cliildren'-,
Hoeiely will meet at the tcwidonci- of
.Inline Dole, Snliiiday evening;.
Tin: f.ii'r of the Catholie l.idie.s'
UenevolenL Soeiely is taking plaee
(his afternoon at Ihe Aiion Hall, In
eonliiiiie upon until III oVh.cl; this
TilKilisliiet ineelin al the Killes
Annory tu-inoiinw niyhl, of the Na
tional lii'form l'liity, will pioh.ihly
asuuin tile pinpoi lions of a ;eiieial
A Sl'H'.M plow, impoiled hy the
liaik II. Haekfeld fiom Liverpool, has
been forwaided lo Ihe new sugar
planlatioii at lCuliiihu. It oeeupied
12 package in .shipinenl.
Tin: Hawaiia u Social Club's icgu
lur meeting is postponed until Sutur
duy evening. The ladies' fail is the
attraction this evening at Arion Hall.
The nienihcrs will all attend.
To-dav, being net npml by Ihe
Kvangclicnl Alliance nb a day of
pvnyer for colleges tliiougliout the
woild, was observed with leligioim
at O.ihti College Ihis afler-
John Jtohello died yc.-terday even
ing nt the Jn.sune Asylum, wheie he
had been a patient about Ihiee years.
He was the owner of considerable
properly and leaves a native wife and
a family of young children.
Tins nicrning, in the Police Com t,
Jones, a hai'k'iiian, was lined .fll.JO
for being iliuiik on bis cairiage.
Them was a diohuige each for ur
Miult and for malicious injuiy.
Several cases were continued.
Tun Reform Party held meetings
al Pauoa anil Moiliili last night.
Mebsrs. H K. Kane, II. von Holt, and
Henry Waterhouse were the speakers
at Pauoa, Messrs. Cecil Ilrown, W.
O. Smith, W. C. Aelii, and S. M.
Kaaukai al Moiliili.
To-Mouiiow night -Fiid.iy -at 7 :."0
p. in., in the Killes Armory, lleietania
stieel, there will be a meeting of the
electors of the thin! distiict, to which
the electors of the adjacent, districts
aie cordially invited, in the inteicst
of the National Kefonn PaVly.
A DA.s'cr. was given at Hon. .1. I.
Dowsetl's, Palatini, yesteiday even
ing, a huge number nf guests enjoy
ing themselves lo the inu.sic of the
Hawaiian Quintet Club. With elec
tiic lights, Hags, and flowers, the
lanai elected for the recent wedding
looked like a fairy eablle.
Tin: board of inspector for the
second precunei of llio liflh distiict
did not have a sitting yesteiday
evening atr advertised. W." L. Wil
cox, chairman, was piesent but not
his colleagues, and about live o'clock
he left the jilace, as ho did not feel
authorised lo act alone. A number
of people came to register only lo be
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
At the annual meeting of the Ger
man Benevolent Society yesterday
afternoon, the olliccrs were re-elected
lor the ensuing year as "follow :
President,. . .11. A. Widemann.
Vice-President,..!. F. Haekfeld.
Secretary, 1. F.'ckardL
Treasurer, F. Klamp.
Auditor II. J. Nolte.
J. F. Haekfeld was elected Trus
tee, having charge of the society's
property. New by-laws were adop
ted at the meeting.
ANOTHER PRISONER ESCAPES.
The Mohican sailor who, with a.
merchantman sailor, wa.s lately sent
to prison lo work out a $100 fine
and costs for smuggling opium, is
out of prison on French leave. It
is believed, indeed, that he escaped
the country on the bark Alden Hesse.
The manner of his sudden sjclf-rc-lease
is slated to have been as fol
lows: Deputy jailer Kingsley was
away through illness, and his sub
stitute was asked by the prisoner
for his own clothes, saying ho want
ed them to wash. The otllcial sajd
ho had nothing tq dp, with clothes,
When tho prisoner applied for his
garments to Jailer Staples. Ho was
granted IiIh request and, it is be
lieved, dressed himself in his sailor
garb with the prison suit over it;
then, on going out with HlP chain
p,ang, the Hrst opportunity for sip
ping away and out of the parti
colored uniform w-ia improved with
success. Tlie list of escapes from
our bastilo has heoomo very lengthy
within a few innntlu.
NATIONAL REFORM PARTY.
I.iirist Moi'tlnif nl l'iiliiiuii.--'l'lie
Siunlri'M Well Itoeclwil.
Yesterday evening a meellns of
Hie National Kefonn Parly was held
in Pita's yanl, Palanin, which was
attended by four or live hundred
people. All tin; speakers weie well
received, their reinaiks being punc
tuated with applause from the audi
ence. Mr. Kukattnali presided, and
.Messrs. Pita and Widcinniiu weie
the II rM speaker.
Mr. CI. .McCarthy was in the
midst of a speech when the III t.i.i -n
reporter arrived. Me was s-iy-ing
that the Kefonn Party wauled
him to run on their ticket, and when
he refused they tried to beat him.
Those people wanted to compel
everybody to think as they did. If
he thought as they did he would be
running on their ticket, lie wished
lo speak particular! ononcpoinl of
the platform, and that was the re
duction of the property qualification
to vote for Nobles, He was born
in the I'uited Slates, whom on elec
tion day one man was as good as
any other man. Thai was the law
under which lie would like to live,
ami if elected he would do all in his
power to carry out this pail, of the
platform. As Kien.i told the l'om
ans, "o are slaves, so the llawai
ians were 9laves slaves to the petty
tyrants in Hie Government building
and the people should turn them
out, for if they had been given their
own way another Hag might have
been lloating over the llawaiians to
day. Mr. McCarthy explained the
process of balloting under the new
law and thanked the audience for
Mr. Thos. Lucas was introduced
as "Ihe little lion" and received with
hearty applause. The lime was
drawing nigh, he said, when the
people had to decide whether these
islands were to remain under the
Hawaiian Hag or pass under that of
a foreign power. The Reform ticket
was composed of men who had lo
beg to serve, but the National Ke
fonn party's ticket were men selected
by the free choice of the Woi king
men's Union and Hie llui Kalaiaiua.
When the Workingmen's I'liion
started the Advertiser said it was a
grand thing, but whenever the I'nion
extended its hands to the llawaiians
thatpaper raised the cry "Kebels!"
against the I'nion. A year ago that
night the leaders of the Kefonn
part' would not look at somo of the
men on their ticket. They grasped
at every straw now. Did anybody
think that the Kefonn Parly would
have taken Charlie Achi two years
ago? (Laughter.) And there was
Kane taken from (lie llui Kalaiaiua.
In the first district they had adopted
Cecil Ilrown, although he did not
belong to their party and was going
lo have run independently. Let no
one vote for anyone on the Kefonn
ticket, for everyone of them had a
string to him and had to go the way
lie was pulled. The speaker criti
cised tho election law for its mixed
condition and warned the electors
that if they gave away their votes
under improper influences they
would thereby sell their country.
They should remember that even
their vole for Representatives was
threatened, and that a generation
was coming up that needed their
protection. The National Kefonn
Party was not a party of ofllec-sock-er.s.
livery man who would vote for
the National Kefonn Parly could go
home with the satisfaction that he
had done his part in preserving the
independence of Hie country. This
Ministry did not want merely to sell
the islands, but to give them away,
so that they would be sure of big
salaries for themselves. There must
be something rotten when the Min
ister of Interior was spending hU
days and nights and Sundays in
pulling the wires and working up a
ticket. Tho speaker was warmly
cheered during his speech and al
Mr. John Phillips wa3 received
with loud applause. Ho said the
objeel of tlie National Kefonn Party
was good government, the presump
tion beiny that the Reform Govern
ment had not succeeded in giving
us that boon. It had been found
that suggestions made by the work
ingiuen or in behalf of the rights of
llawaiians wcro negatived under
that party's rule. It was to free
the people from their disabilities
that the National Kefonn I 'arty was
organized. There was nothing surer
than that if tho National Kefonn
cause was not sustained at this
election, the llawaiians would be
torcver enslaved they could not
lift up their heads politically. Their
duty a wee!; from tbat day was to
go to the polls, qtuolly anil peace
ably, and above all early, heed
nothing however insulting that might
be said to them, and deposit their
ballots for the National Reform
Party. If their ticket was elected
it should bo their endeavor to liavn
a government ol the people, for tlie
people, and by tho people, under
which tho humblest native would
have equal rights with any man lh.n.1
owned a hanlc. (Applause)
,Mr. W. II Cumnungs addressed
the 'meeting in Hawaiian. Ho said
the Reform Party tootor.s were cir
culating reports' that the National
Keform candidates were only going
in for olliccs. This he denied em
phatically, as their aim was tho good
of the 'people, Hawalians who
would nol support the National He
form I'arty wei" cnomies of their
country. 11 was reputed all over
lltn world that tho native could not
govern Ids own country beeauso he
could be bought with a bottle of
gin. it was lor llawfdhiim to prove
lo Ihe world now thai Ibis aspersion i
was unjust in its application to
them. Attempts would be made In
lill them witli liquor so that they
would nut know which side I liny
were voting for, but I hey should I
show that they were masleis ol '
themselves and would mil throw
away their privilege-. The women
should nol let the men sleep on the ,
eve of Ihe election, bill kei'p Mining
them up, siirrinix them up (loud
laughter), ll was onlv :i few davs
ago they had a mass meeting to pic
vent the Ministers giving the conn
try away. The Advertiser had sug
gested not only taking Ihe rigid of
voting Ironi the llawaiians, but aln
depriving litem of the privilege ol
silting on juries. Before coming to
Ihis meeting he had looked In on a
meeting held by Mr. Kane in l'aito.i,
and he had no less than m men
listening to him (laughter).
Mr. D. Logan of the Maui ticket
being called by the audience said a
few words on the treaty question
and made some general remaiks on
the merits ol the National Kefonn
Mr. K. W. Wilcox spoke in Ha
waiian without iuteipietution. In
the course ol his speech he demand
ed to know if lie Icid advised any of
them to swear lo qualifications that
they did nol have lor Ihe Nobles
franchise. A chorus of voices
answered "No!" He advocated
having Hawaiian youth educated
abroad. Foreigners of good char
acter should be welcomed lo the
countiy and their co-opeiation
sought in advancing the common
piospcrily. He wanted to have a
King and nol a figurehead, although
the National Reform Party was not
as charged in favor of restoring the
old power ol the King. If the
natives did not be careful their oppo
nents would lake away their light to
vntij for Representatives, deprive
them of their jury rights, and the
next thing their native preachers
would be removed, to give place to
imported preachers fiom Boston.
Mr. II. G. Crabbe spoke in Ha
waiian, in a very humorous vein,
judging by the frequent laughter.
The chairman proposed three
cheers for the candidates, which
were given with vigor, and tho
meeting dispersed. Mr. John Shel
don was the elllcicnt interpreter of
some of the speeches, and Mr. Wil
cox of the rest so far as interpreted.
be irlven hy the Catholic
llciii'volcnl Hocirtv on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
V!.t Co 11 1 m
For t'ao Coming Election.
.IiiRt ni lived per luiik "C I). IlryiuP," a
line assortment of the "
Celebrated, : Unexcelled
1? I TJ IS W O TS.XvN
This year's make Late desinns '
Rockets, Bomb Shells,
Procession Torches !
And other works too iiuiiieions to
tva?M (.'all and examine, or apply to
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Of MiicfnrlAiie As (Jo.,
JSy-MMiml Ttlephune (iW. lll'i -U
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
'or. (ueen A Xiiuniiu Nl.
rpilKSK rooms have been opened loi
A. the convenience nol only of Mer
chimin, hut of tin: General Public ll
tillmds a iteslrahlu medium of Helling
oll'iicc.iunuliitcd Blocks or articles ol any
ik'ricription, without the iiccwhlty o'f
putting them miller the "hammer."
Few of us, even In our household
alUlrs, but what have Honiethini,' Unit,
we continually fay: ."I wish I could
Bell that, hut it 1 bcikI it to auction I
may get next to nothing lor It." These
Mileronins meet your requiroinimh
what you do nol want otlitrs are in
lay-This is a slrictly cnmm'iHsinn
business ur.it the interest! of clients will
he carefully guarded.
r. i). WAt.Kr.it,
Honolulu, Jan. 2(i, 1S!M. sTiK lw
German Sausao market
J US I' opened in "Armstiouc'ri Block,"
near King Street Itrldtte. For Bale
friwh daily lleml Olieese, Kriinktiirter,
Hnloim, Fiybu;, l.her, Smoked mid
4C0 tf l'ropiletor.
IMPORTANT to ALL!
1 "ESPECIALLY to thoe wlin believe
U in eipial vilhls "Till' Aiiieileiin
Henlluel,'' a weiilily paper, tho object nf
whleh is to Mimv the eviU of "KtiligimiH
I.eilisliition " One or ninie copies of
ilillerent dales can he hid flee, by up
plylni; perwiimlly or hy post to tho
N. F. IIUKOKSS,
Honolulu, II. 1.
. S. Would he
The nuilrr-iiniHil having Wen iippdnled
U4fiitH for the Hawaiian IMands
For tho (Jelchratoil
Baldwin : Locomotives
Prom Ihe woil.s nf
l5urQb.ui, IMrry, Wiiliim'i A Co.,
Aie no implied lo give t;slsuimlei nud
leci'lve orders lor llie-e eifijlnt:, ol any
ii" mi I stc
Tlie I'.XI.IIWIN I.OCOMOIIVK W'olll.N aie
iiiiw tii'imihictiirhii; a il)le of l.'enmo.
live particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which h ive icrT.tly been
iceeivcd al t Ii Island', and we will
have pie l uie in fumi-dmi;; p'aiiliition
aHeiitt and III iimtf.Ti with p'tilieulal
The snpi'iiorily of llui-- ('.eniniilivra
over all of lie make is ihc only known
here Irll 'n ncknow ledged lliro'iK tiuttl
tlie ('nihil Mates
Win.ti. IKWIX tf Co.,
Agents lor llnvaiiau Hands
California : Lands
X. the public
(hat he ha
Branch California Laud Olliei
, at No.
U Merchant Mivel. Honolulu.
To pci'Miiii wNlilug to invest In
Choice Timber. Agrleiilime, I'ruli or
Cr.ilug I.nniN In the. tine Stale of Cali
fornia, or hi Desirable Building I. ok In
the beautiful City and Suburbs of Oak
laud, with Its unrivaled climate and
oppoituuitle. I am picpaicd to olfer
eveiy Inducement in the wav of bar
gain. The Laud- which I here offer have all
been inot earefullj in-peeted by a
thoroughly reliable -urveyor, employed
specially "for that purno'-c, and I am
therefore enabled to m've -atlfactorv
guarantee that every piece olfeied will
strictly corre-poud with the de-criptiou
given by inc.
"Ihe Title- to the-e Lands are perfect,
lielm,' in the main state -clionl laudi.
The pieviotis per-onal inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute sccuiily to purchaser- and Is an
Inducement ottered by no other dealer
in -tale school hinds hi California.
The pi lee ranges from $:i..0 peracie
upward accoidiue to oualltv and loca
tion, and there i- no doubt, by taking
Into account the rapid growth and pro-gri's-lnu
of that .Slate, that thesij lands
oftcred ai these low llgurei must within
a few year- command a much hlghcr
price and so -eeure to eveiy Inve-tor a
prollt not easily equaled in any other
line of speculation.
This opportunity will be open for a
limited time only," and I theiefore ex--tend
nn invitation to all who ih to
seciue good and cheap homes In that
iiiagiilllcent State and Country, and also
to these who desire to Invest a little
money to so great advantage and prollt.
to call upon me soon and obtain full
Information will ho eheeifuily given.
YjS" Olliee loom with J. A. Magoou,
attornev, No. P.' Merchant slice!.
!'' tf A. MOItOFF.
TINSMITH and IMjUAIHEH,
Comer of King and Aluki-a Mieets,
Honolulu, II. I.
Woiksliop--Mul 2G1 Residence--Mid 23G
tff KsilinMiM furnished on all classen
ol plumbing and tliiHinithiug wml..
Klmt class worhuuiiiship and material
guaranteed In nil the above brandies
ol my biiRiness at reasonable niton.
hrnKeii and toiiml
W. O. I'KACOCK.
Q SOWS. 7 months old;
i !i You up 1'Ik, 1
innntli old. Price f'JO
each Inr the llret lot. II
for fas ut V! inonlhs old. Apply al once.
4,-i.'i lw 1'. O. llov No. .'I7fi.
IT I FT V UKAl) of Km
' Steers. Apply In
NICK Cottage in good
locality, fnin'uhcd or
nnlnrn'mheil. Addres "W,"
ROOM C'otlio f.t Kapa
lanni, ui'v l.lhha street
IStallun of 'l'raiuway. Co- Cot-
tiise ivcvntlv painted anil papeied
UirouKhout. Kent ninderate. Apply
Or to.l.F.llrown, (ioveiniiient Survey
Ileal Estate For Sale.
rpWO IIoiim's nud Lots on
X Itnbclln Line;, Palama.
Conveiiieiil to Htcaui mid trum
cam. Very hcrtllhy Inenmv. i.ut o'i
KIiik Hlree'nunr IliinuuikuV Line. For
piirtlvuUirs apply In
JOHN F. ItOWLKK.
OrChas.T. (luliok. 180 Dm
Views of the
The K'piitable shows llgures Oiiiin
heels of some very respectable-si.el
The KquiL'iltlc Life Assurance Society N a coloi?al institution. It Is
unique in its poiilion and mai velous in its record. It occupies the highest
place among kindred iiiililuiloiis. The Irish Insurance Hanking ami
It is no iimi disguising the fact thai (lie Kquitablc holds a rental kuhle
position among the In-itranco ntllees of the World, ll does a linger huM
tiess, liolds a laiger surplus and give a bellei contract than any other
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of stale insurance in Germany compare what
is done by -otneof the gieal private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of them all, for m-dance, the Ivptitable Life Assurance Soeiely of the United
Slate-. f Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of Amcricui Life Ollices and therefore the largest in Hn;
World is the Kquitahlo Life Assurance Society of the I". S. ('airplay of
The olliee that lias done the most in promoting safe and liberal Life
IiMiiauee is the Kquihible Life Assurance Society of the l S. London
New business in ISS'.l 17.'i,i0n,000 OH
Income for IS8! '. KO.OUO.flOO Ofl
Surplus i''J..V)0,00O (in
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
tlcneral Arnt for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquil.ihle Lite Assurance Society
of the C. s. .Jan-l-'.ii)
Grand Fire Works Exhibition
( No H.iiigfi'
On Saturday Evening, February 1, 1890,
AT 7 O'CLOCK, TIU'.IM-: WILL UK OIVKN ON TIIK
New Market Ground, Esplanade,
The Oirtiulest Inhibition of KIRK WOUKS, of Dill'ereut Colors mul Unfit
Quality, ever i-een in this Kingdom. The Kxhi
bitimi will eonei-t of
Pificos Describing Battle Scenes, Birds, Auiraals, Flowera,
&c, &c, all Being Moat Natural &c Fioturesiiue.
TIlO ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND fill ll ill AlliiailCfi-
Sr TICKETS CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE DOOR.
gjlf Door open at t! o'clock
and leiininate at 10 o'clocl..
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furuisliiug Goods,
A NKW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Ciiilvnnieil I'cnce Wiie, Illack Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Staple,
Iil.icl; Staples, Special (Quality Kenee Staple.
NEW GOODS ! "G &- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late nriivnl.s. Agents for
ItiibbiM' (Jardoii 1Io.su, AViro Itound llo.se, Steam Hosts
OP VIIUV HL'IT.IlIOU (JL'Al.irV.
PACIFIC IIAItDWAKK CO., (Ii)'),
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & IXSUKANOK AClfiNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
PLANTATION HUI'IM.I HH,
O.upentetn', lllaeksniilh"', Mueliinists' v Pliiniberri' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
L'ilcbeit I'lcnsils, P.iinlH, Oils, Varnii-liiM, Lamp (looiN .and
H cues il Jl!evolin.M1lN.
Blake's Sleam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Ulbbs, &
I to tho!C of the national bal.nce
Stale - .. The
Insurance, World of
! Best Quality
I'roni Kiie )
A.l)AlIMaf ON :
Inhibition to conuocjice at 7 o'elwk
LOOK IIINO CO.
.1. (!. Sl'KKCKK, F. I..
.Milliliter A: Secretary.
HeiiiiDlon Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayue & Sons Family Medicines.
-.S 4'1 a4w1v H -,)ijjjfe',t,t;i'y-aM,.."iiii. $d$
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