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DANA' BUI, MATIN: UONOMJJ.IJ, 11. !., JFEBUIJAUY U, 1890.
'V II lii
THURSDAY, FEU. 0, 1890.
Stmr.) A Cummin frulh Koolan
Stiiir Kitmii fmin Hawaii mid Mnnl
Hlitir l.ebna (mm Maul
Stmr Kuula fiom oil oull O.ihu
Stmr C It HUliop from Koolan
atmr W G Hull for Lahalna, Maal.iea,
Kona. K'.iii and tlio Volennn at 111
o'clock n m
Stair Mlkahala for Kauai at fi p in '
.Sttur Llkellko for Maul nt n p in
KStmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p in
Am bkt KllUltnt, Ontler, for iiahulul
Ilk Ceylon, liilhnun, for San FrancNeo
Ntnirlwalanl for I.nlmlna ami llama-
kun at ID a in
Am liktnis Vf II Dlinoml, Dicw, for Sun
.Stmr Kaala for Wnlanae, Walaliia anil
Koolan nt 0 a in
Stmr I.(hua for Kiilinlnl
Sclir Mol Wnhluo for Koliala
.St'lir Lealil for Olnwnlu
Stmr.T A Cummins for Koolan at 0 n in
.Sclir Kaalukal for Knnal
Schr Snr.ih !'; Ella for Koolan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Hllo and way units at
!! p in
4 Stmr O It Bishop for circuit Ouliu nt !)
Sclir Walehu for Walalna
Kioin Mnnl and' Hawaii, per stmr Kl
nan, Feb li-O A. Stevens, J Tosh, wife
and child, 11 Dobon, A Sinclair, Miss
11 Chamberlain, Miss 11 Siiundcts, Mis
A ii Loebonstoln, Ed Smith, .1 TO Miller,
- Mrs J K Mills, Wong Kwan, I)r Lund v,
F M Swanv, Dr Weddlek, Miss Lake,
.1 L Blalsdeil, MUs L Kodgers, 0 K Slill
inaii and wife, U.tpt .1 S 'lliompson mid
.".0 dee It.
For Maul and Hawaii, pertmrWG
Hall, Feb fi Mr Lombard and wife, Mr
Ciroiitnger, Mr Gritllths, His LouUhip
BUiop vTlllis,.WHTell and wife, Mr
L S nml Mis Glbbnrd, Mr Bradley, W II
Nolan, Mr mid Mrs House, II .N Green
well, Mils Jameson, Mr Wilson, Colonel
Value audi! ehlldieu, M Dickson and
about 15 deck.
For Maul, per stmr Llkellke, Feb "
Mrs A SEgeiton, Mis l Center, Chaw
Khifr, J T Cunningham, .) I Sih a, A O
Pestano and an deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Feb fi
Mr Mass, V Ratlibuin, Mr Main and
Fiom Koolan and Waianae, per stmr
Kaala, Feb Ii Hon W ( Irwin, Hon II
A Wldemann, and Judge Deady.
For Hainakun, per stmr lwulani, Fell
(! Mr Felice, and WBurlowitz.
Steamer Kitiau brought G,UH bags
sugar, 7fi hags coin, HiS lugs potatoes,
-.1.17 pkgs hides, 100 pkgs sundries, 4
mules mid 12 sheep.
Tim steamer Kaala brought fiom
Koolan !107 bugs .sugar and 400 lings
The steamer J A Cummins (nought
),0J0 hags sugar from Koultui yester
day. The steamer Lehua arrived yesterday
with 2, ."00 hags sugar.
The steamer Hawaii i due to-morrow
The brlgantlne Lmlinc is expected to
sail from llllo, Hawaii, to-moirow, for
The barkatitiue Klla arrived nt Mahu
kona last Monday fiom San Fianclsco.
The tern W S Bownc Is still thuie load-
t'he balk Ceylon sailed vestcrdav for
san rancibco Willi io,'Ji imps sugar.
The shippers were: Theo II Davles &
Co, 10,170 hags sugar; O Brewer & Co.
a,955 bags sugar; F A Schacfer & Co,
7U7 bags sugar; total tonnage, 032 tons,
domestic value, $87,553,-1-1.
The American harkentine W n DI
uioud, Captain K P Drew, sailed for
San Francisco at 3 o'clock tills after
noon with caigo valued at (37,038.15.
The consigners were : W G Irwin & Co,
3,113 bags sugar; Hyinan Ilro, 054 bags
sugar and 700 hags rice; M S Grlnbaum
& Co, 1,000 bags rice; Slag Chong &
Co, 300 hags rice, .Cuuipboll, Marshall,
& Co, 200 bnehs bananas; F P Porter,
(115 hides; J 11 llruos, 150 bbls molasses.
POPULATION OF INDIA.
The new census of India gives the
population in March, 1888, as 269,
477,728, of which G0,G21,378 be
long to the native States. Distribu
ted according to religion, in round
numbers, tho Hindoo population, in
millions, is about 190 ; the Moham
medans, 81; "aboriginals," C 1-2;
Buddhists, 3 1-2 ; Christians, nearly
2; Sikhs, nearly 2; Jains, 11-1;
while, l'arsecs, Jews and others arc
comparatively few. Tho Church of
England has nearly 3C0.000 mem
bers; other Episcopalian churches,
20,000; the Church of Scotland,
tho same number; "other Protes
tants," 138,000; Roman Catholics,
nearly a million, and Syrians, Arme
nians and uiceks, over 300,000.
About 100,000 000 males and 111,
(l?0,000 females arc neither under
inslniction nor able to read or write.
Details are "given of 109 different
languages spoken. Hindustani
conies first, with over 82 millions ;
then Itcngall, with nearly 10; Telu
gu, witli 17; Mahratti, also 17;
Punjabi, 10; Tamil, 13. Guzrati,
Canarese, Coriya, Malayalum, Sin
ill, Burmese, Hindi Assamese, Ivol,
Snuthali and Condi come next in
order. Next to Calcutta, Bombay
and Madras, Hyderabad is the most
populous city in India, I.ucknow
coming nest. N. V. III. Cluislian
Family Doctor Nothing more can
bo done for you, sir.. I have exhaus
ted my resources and I adyiso you
tq make your will.
PatientBut I have hern told
that Dr. Blanks bays he can cure
' Family Doctor Hub! I'd Just
like to see him try it. I'd have him
ejected from Hie society for breach
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ftsiir.i. has election liulsin various
Ji:w Fni lias a lui'luess milieu oNc
whoic. Tin: Beaver liuieli saloon will lone
oysluis on lee by tin Mourner Austin
Tin: steamer Auti:ilia will be duo
to-nionow not ii i from Han Finncisco,
with dales fiom Jan. 12 to Jan. Ill in
clusive. TltKnt: will be u meeting of the
Woninn's lloanl of Missions at Cen
tral Union Cliiucli lo-inoiiowal 1!:"0
Mr. Dillingham nt Fowlei's yaul
Tuesday evening said the Oalui Hall
way nod Land Co. paid Sr'H.'XH) in
wages the fuevious Saturday.
Tin: Ewn I'liinlation Company has
been charti'ied with the following
oflicers: PtoMilent, O. M. Cooke;
Viee-Pivsident, .Ins. II. Castle; Seen
tary, K. D. Tommy; Tieasiucr, J. I).
A t lift ton ; Audiloi,.). II. Paly.
Tin: Iviihukii l'lunlulinn Co. Iiiim
been chnitered with the following
oflicers: I'resident, Alex. Young;
Vice-President, John A. Cummin;
Kecietnrv, W. W. Hull; Treasurer,
Jns. II. Castle; Auditor, W. F. Allen.
Mit. Dillingham in his List speech
beforo the clcclion took occasion to
give credit to Mr. Matk 1. Kohinsoii
for having come to tho icsciio of t)ie
Oahuiailwny and colonization scheme
in tho nick of time to pi event its
Tun Iteform I'urly held meetings
at Fowler's yanl and the Utiles Arm
ory on tho eve. of tho 'election, nntl
the National Roform Tarty a meet
ing at IV litre- Square. Except the
first lncntione'd they wrto hugely at
tended. A SAn.OK named Oluis. ltunebk had
a had fall on board tho lurk C I).
Hryaut about ten o'clock this morn
ing. He was tying down the niiy.on
backstays, when, letting go the lope,
he swung heavily against the niut
and then fell ten feet oi so
to nn awning over the poop.
When picked up lie was unconscious
and Ida teeth were sot closed, in,
which condition he was taken to the
Queen's Hospital. The extent of
his injuries cannot yet be ascertairi
ed, but without doubt he is severely
hurt.. Captain Jacohsen values ltu
nebk as a good man.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Ntumnn Chapter of Hose Croix
No. 1 A. andS-. R., at7:fl(.
Drill Co. A Honolulu RifliJs, at
Meeting Hoard of Representative's
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7: :i().
This morning Sam was fined $0.30
for assaulting Kin Kec, a Chinese
coffee shop keeper. A nolle prose
qui was entered in each of five
cases. One man forfeited bail lor
drunkenness. Aikake, who display
ed a pistol on election day, pleaded
guilty to carrying a concealed wea
pon and was lemanded for sentence
till to-morrow. John Hapa, "in
tending to commit an offense with
violence against Hie person of W.
L. Wilcox," was also remanded.
Before Chief Justice JuddTuesday
moruiug, petition to open default in
G. W. Macfarlano vs. J. S. Mc
Candless was partly heard and con
tinued till one o'clock Thursday
afternoon. C. L. Carter for plain
till', V, V. Ashford for defendant.
Before Mr. Justice Bickcrton, the
first and final account of W. C.
Parke, assignee of the bankrupt es
tate of Akahai, of Onoraea, Ililo,
Hawaii, was allowed, and the as
Chief Justice Judd this morning
appointed P. M. Swanzy adminis
trator of the estate of the late Lin
coln Cabot, intestate, under SOOO
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following are booked
sengcrs for San Prancisco
two steamers this month :
By S S Zcalandia, Pcb. 8 B B
Brcnham and wife, Judge Dole and
wife, Mrs C II Smith and daughter,
A S Hartwoll, II J Greene, II P
Wiehman, J J Egan, Miss Bella
, By Australia, Feb. 14 Miss L M
Ingcrsoll, N I) Hodge, Ira Bishop,
Miss Pilsbry, Col l'ainc, Geo Nor
ton, Mrs Lcdcrer and two children,
Mrs II II Dixon, P S Dodge, Miss
Jameson, Miss Kehoc, A.V 11 Nolan,
It J Griffith, B M Lombarg, A C
Bradley, J D Gass and wife, Mrs
Savage, II G Rouse, Mrs Rouse, "W
L McEwen, It A Wilson, Itufus
Parker, MUs Parker, V Knudsen, E
Bailey, MisB Leonore Lake, M Hy
inan, wife, three children and ser
vant, C A Brown, wife, son and
"You wait until tho crow flics."
"You wouldn't Klckapoo Indian
then, would your"
"Well, I'll Sioux later."
.TaggR (funny streak on) -Do you
keep good cigars?
Cigar Man Certainly vyo d,o.
Jaggs You're foolish; you ought
to sell thctii.
Professor Where does "in uoe,,
Freshman Soakley -It comes from
1'rofossor smiles clasH smiles la
lerat Soaklcy'B expense.
The General Election
Nearly Unanimous Yerdict of
the Districts Against the
John E. Bush the Only National Re
I'lie general election held yester
day resulted on'this island, the only
great division from which telurtis
will be available for some days, in a
sweeping victory for the National
Reform Party. This party has
elected all the nine Nobles for the
NOIJLES FOR THE
NA'lIO.VU. KKKOIIM l'ltT.
C. J. McCarthy
1. W. Tun
K. ,'. Macrurlnnc
.1. A. Cmmnlni
It. A. WIllOIllHMIl
J. . Wnlkor
Tn ii J
.s. M. Knaiikal
1.', X I'uiilm
II. I'. DillliiKham
J. I. Dow sou, si.
It. J. (iri-r nn
W. (, Wlhtoi
M. I'. Uoliliisnn
W. (. Hinllli
CITY MAJOIttrlKH OF N0I1I,K.
l'hillipv' (2 vis) over Kaaukai
'" " C'tinha.
Ciinha . 102
Ciinha.. . 120
I'ua's (I yea is)
Dowsett . .
tlieeno. . .
Greene . . .
Cummiiis'(U yrs) '
Wideiiiann's " "
Highest majority, Macfarlanc's
over Greene 195.
Lowest majority, Walker's over
At the head of the pell, K. C.
At the foot of the poll, R. J.
Excess of lowest on National Re
form ticket over highest on Reform
The only figures from the poll for
Nobles iu the country districts are
the following from Waianae: Phil
lips 14, Crabbe 17, McCarthy 17,
Pua 13, Midler 19, Maefarlane 10,
Cummins 17, Widemann 23, Walker
13; Kaaukai C, Ciinha 8, Dilling
ham 9, Dowsett 12, Lishman 7,
Greene 4, Wilder 0, Robinson 11,
Tho total number of deaths reported
for the mouth of .Tanuaiy, IStti), was
75, ditiiliuicd as follows:
Under 1 year...
From 1 to .'.
From r to 10...
From 10 to 20. .
Fiom 'JO to !I0..
Prom 30 to -10... 4
From 40 to Ml. . . U
From .10 to 00
From (10 lo 7.0.
Chinese. . .
.M Females, :i2
C'AU.Si: OF HEATH.
Disease of llralu 1
Dlseao of Heart 1
COIU'AIIATIVK itOXTIII.Y M0IITAI.1TV.
Jan 1SSU oi! Jan 1880 01
.1(111 1887 6S .hill 1800....?... 7.")
.lull. 1888 17
Annual death late per 1000 per
Haw ailaus W ,00
Chinese IV 14
All other nationalities 10.00
C. 1L Rkvnolds,
Agent Board of Health.
Tho Western Mayor who refused
to "let the dead past bury its dead"
without a permit, wilted when in
formed that, it Imd a poetic license.
Island and seven of llic eight Repre
sentatives ol Distiiels, Ihus securing
sixteen out of seventeen seats in the
Legislature for two years, six of the
Nobles holding for four years, and
three for six years. The day pass
ed off very quietly in all tin city
precincts, and at no time was there
a great crowd nt any of the polling
places. Business was suspended In
the Government departments, also
by the luo banks mid tunny of the
mercantile houses. There was little
or no friction at the polls, no open
intimidation of voters being practis
ed by either side. Iu fact, nt some
places the workers of both parties
were decidedly slow in doing their
legitimate business. Reform head
quarters wore iu Sprcckels' block,
those of the National Reform I'arty
at the Hawaiian Hotel. A lnrge
ciowil gathered at the hotel in the
evening to hear the results, and
cheering and congratulations were
heard tlieie until nearly ten o'clock,
when all quietly dispersed. Mr.
K. C. Maefarlane invited the victo
rious candidates present, together
with a few friends, to a collation in
the dining room, at which the events
and humors of the contest were
glowingly discussed. Below Mil lie
found the returns, corrected up to
the latest, moment:
ISLAND OF OAIIU.
I :.tll ills.
M i 111!
., I nn
fi.1 I it',
fit I 11J
.-.s ' lift
l.i I 117
A heavy vote was cast all round
in town, that for Representatives
showing the following small defici
encies from the register: 1st, 45
out of 012 ; 2d, 40 out. of 009 ; 3d,
39 out of 705 ; 4th, 72 out of C81 ;
5th, 29 out of 511. In the first pre.
cinct of the fifth district, 101 out of
103 registered cast their balloU for
Nobles, and 190 out of 20G for Re
presentative. This, too, beside the
fact that several voted for Nobles
without voting for "Representative.
First district 1st proe. 2d prec. Total
Cecil Biown . . .100 199 305
John K Bush ...109 123 292
Majority for Iliown (Keform), 13.
W HCunimings .221 187 411
SKKane.. . 90 128 218
Majority for OummingN iNalioual
A Marques.... 202 210
M A(lonsalves...ll2 82
Majority for Marques (National
T It Lucas . . 297 101
J F Moruan . . 78 130
Majority for Lucas (National Reform),
It W Wilcox. ...119 217
W C Aclii .. 47 09
Majoritv for Wilcox (National
.1 L Kiuilukou
Majority for l'aikuli (National
Antone Itosa (unopposed).
.1 1 Dowsett, Jr
Majoiity for Kauhi (National
"American girls come cheaper
than Circassian maidens." "What
do you mean?" "Why, the Sultan
of Turkey buys Circassians, Tint we
often read of American girls being
presented to Queen Victoria."
Architect Now, sir, do you wish
any bow windows?
Pater Beau-windows? Well, I
should say I did. Put in one for
every daughter I have got.
Clara They tell mo that after
your quarrel with Charles he wanted
to break off the engagement, asked
for his ring and all that.
Louise Not at all, my dear: I
may be somewhat injured, but I am
still in the ring.
Mabel Let's play house: I'll be
George Yes, and I'll bo the fa
ther. Cfara And I'll be the cook.
Mabel and George (indignant
ly) Yes, that's just you 1 You
want to be tho boss of everything.
"Tliis is the best cigar I ever
smoked, Tom. Where did it come
"Yes ; 1 don't think U,iero aro an;
better cigars in the market. It is
ono of a box that my wife gave me
for a Christmas present."
(It sometimes happens that way
outside of tho newspaper para
graph.) "Hn! conic in, old man. I'm
glad to see you. Come down into
the kitcheu and have a smoke.
Wife's gone over to her mother's
and I'm all alone." "But I hear the
piano?" "Olt, the servant-girl lias
company to-night and we had to
give up tho parlor. That's tho rea
son my wifo went out. Como right
down to the kitchen. I'm mighty
glad you called."
I I 111 , -.'s
112 ' '21
10.1 I '2-1
THE FL00DAT KOLOA.
Nuiilf I'lll'llicr I'ni-llrillHI'M r I lie
Rain began in the afternoon of
Tuesday, .Ian. 21, continuing the
holt: night. About half-past seven
o'clock the water began to rise iu
the liver. In :i few minutes the
Hood was in full sway. It dashed
against the railroad, oon coining
level with the track, and over it
went. 1L swept away the old post
olllce of Mr. Strehz.; totally demol
ished a Japanese store, till the goods
being lost; carried away another
hotcc, also a small storage shed.
I. 1). Neal's workshop with every
thing it contained went down broken
iu two, and a lot of his lumber was
lost. He would have been drowned
himself, had not Mr. Brown come to
his rescue. Dr. Smith's offices were
moved. Tnro patches weie filled
with stones anil mud. Bridges were
taken away in the remorseless tide.
A native man was drowned and his
body not recovered. Kvcn stone walls
could not resist the Hood. Ox carts
whirled through the water. The
whole Hat from the main road up to
the manager's placp was one sea,
the water rushing wildly down.
Some of the plantation "people's
houses were filled with water. Mr.
Strehz's house was Hooded and sur
rounded with nearly four feet of
water. It was evening before the
water subsided sufficiently lo enable
one to pass on foot to or from the
house. A large piece of Hie rail
track was taken away and left
ELECTION Huts at KMiel's .Silk
Heaver UiU, (liey Plug Hals,
Stitson Hats in grey, black and blown.
ZWIEBACK or Clermaii Tossl, very
enod for iHspcpthn ninl well piopb,
ou sale ai the "Lille leeCie.im Pallors"
AS i. Cook on sliore or at sea. Roler
en-es given it nquiied Ad Iress
"AI," this olllce. 47Mw
after this date, Febiuary (I.
Kill onlv "Will biiru the
(Inn naiiiu ot Fni Kec. All claims
ttguiust the 11 1 in of Fni Kee, Ntiuatiti
stiuet, must be we'Cutrd foi navnieul
to the said .Il'.W FAI.
IjMRKWOOD for sale at Ilawaiiau
. Commercial Balesiooiu, corner of
Queen and Nutiaiiii streets. 408 tf
ONK Srheibler's t'olnrlTopc with
complete set of apparatus,
wciuhls, lump", etc
4rt!l2w T. II
TOItu few weeks
two or more res.
le. Duties liijlit.
jl oiisiiiic peopi
Mu'st have eood nihil
eB. Apply to
.1. K. HltOWN & CO.,
Old Capitol HiiilduigB.
ABITUATION as Siifiar Clerk oi
Night Watchman at a mill, or a
place as Luna on a good plantation.
Has experience and can furnish good
referiitice. Call or address "At. B. I'.,"
BUM.KHH Onicc. 4"7 If
COP1F.S of the Daily 11ui.m:tin, ol
the dates specified below, cents
a copy will be paid for the .same on
dellveiy at this olllce:
Jan 9. 1880, 1 copyApr 8. 1880, l copy
" 12. " 3 " ' " 10, " 1 "
Feb I, ' M " Aug 28, " 2 "
IN suit orsiugly, nicely Fur.
nlslicd Rooms with use of
piano if desired, in a pleasant
neighborhood about fi minutos' walk
from tho Post Ofllce. Address "H,"
Bulletin Olllce. 400 lw
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
'VTKW Zealand Cuntied Mullet is ra.
pldly crowding salmon out of the
market. Hole agents for the celebrated
"8tr Brand," are
.i. k. imowx&co.,
4G1 lw Merchant street.
Machine Miulu l'oi !
1 ARTIES wishing to ict Machine
Made l'oi can do so by leaving
their containers plainly marked at
Henry Davis's Grocery Store, on Fort
street, l'oi will be delivered- on Tues
das and Fridays. Containers must be
left not later than the day before.
German Sausage Market
JUST opened In "Armstrong's lllock,"
near King Street Bridge. For sale
fresh dally Head Cheese, Frankfurter,
Ilologna, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
4f0 tf Proprietor.
CHANGE of KESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort Btrert to Ho-
hello Lane, Pnlama.
OjfFier. IIouhh: 0 a. m. io 12 m. and 0
I1, m. to 0 1'. H.
Mutual 60BsTELEPH0NESterBell 475
A Cure for Initiienza !
DH. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great relief
to whoopltiK cough and throat affection.
Ask for Or. Loilcr'i Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
HOf.LISTRU & CO.,
And IltiXKON', SMITH A ro.
Views of the
The lvpiltable shows figures equal to those of the national balaucu
sheets of some very respeclable-si.ud States. Tim Insurance World of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society is a colo3sal iualitullou. II. Ls
unique in its position and marvelous in its i coord. It occupies tho highest,
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Banking ami'
It is no use disguising the fact that the. Equitable holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olllce- of the Win Id. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a l.irgor surplus and givei a better cnntiaet than any other';
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of state itiMiiauce in Germany compare what
is done by some of tin) great pi i vale Assurance ('onipanfes.by the greatest
of them all, for instance, the Equitable Life Asuianec Society of the United
Slates. 1 1 luhlin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life OHiues and therefore the largest in tho
World is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of till: I'. S. Fairplay of
The office that has done the most, iu promoting safe and liberal Life
Insutance is the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
New business iu LS89 175,000,000 00
Income for 1889 30,000,000 00
Surplus 22,500,000 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the V. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishiug Goods,
A NEW INVOICE OF-
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Galvanized Fence Wiio, lll.ick Steel Fence Wire, (Jalvanized Staples,
lllack Staides, SpeOial (Quality Fence- Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -a iSr NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late ai rivals. Agents for
Itiilthnr Gimlttii IIoso, Wlro Bound Hose, Steam IIoho,
or VKHY BUl'intlOK QUAI.irV.
PACIFIC HARDWAUE CO., (LV),
B. F. DlLLINOHAM, J. ft. Sl'KNCKIt, F. L. WlNTKU,
iin-0-!H) I'resident. ilanager & Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & fNSURANOE AGENTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
ICilchnn Utensils, P.iiuts, OiN, Varnishes, Limp flood and
s Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jajne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. Hi'.nduv, President & Manager.
OoiiKiiKV IJkown, Secretary ifcTieasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Mpreckeln' Hank, : Fort Mtreet, llonnlnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-!Glassware,
Cliamleliois, Elcctoliers, Lamps it Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils & Vainisbcs, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Chamberlain's Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Tabic A Pockot Cutlery,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Agucultutal Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hurt's Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe .v Holt Cutting,
Manila &. Sisal Hope, Rubber Hose,
Wiio Bound Rubber Hoso, Spinctoi-giip;
Sprinkleis & Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Curtritlgo Co.,
Hartm.in'ri Steel Wiro Fence k Htcel Wire Sfats,
, "Now Process" Rope,
Win. (!. Fihei'H Wiougbt Steol Ranges, Neal's Carriage Painta,
Oate City Stone Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nnv2'. '. Hail's Patent "Duplex" Din Stocks.
Machinists' & Plumbers' Tool,
John Ena, Vice-President.
Ckcii. Hiiown, Auditor.
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