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FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1890.
S s Austi.dln, Houdletlc, i! d.ij h mitl 111
liniiM f i mil S.ui Fi.iueiseo
Ktmi'.l:i Mnkcc from Kiipia
Sehr- Knulkeaoiill flout Hawaii
Ilk Alc. McNeil hum Newcastle, X S V
Kiii.ui fin 1111ft mill way poit
ORBMiop for elictill Oahu nl !)
Wnlehu Mr Walahl i
Kanlukat for Kiuiiil
Mol Wulilne for Knliala
Ilule.ikAl.i rnr Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVINU TO-MORROW.
Jt ftrS SZealandi.i, Oteicuilnipjui .San
rioiii.Snn riiinclsco, per S S Aii-tr.i-lla,
Fob 7 J Hviiiau ami wife, .MIm
lliitlii) llyuiun, liKcll. Mis V Dutton
nml :tchlldicn, A 1; Mnrcli.inil and ilfe,
N It BiiLer iind vv lie. O II Piatt, wife
ami child. Dr A McWavne, S S Oioekei'
mid wf', MIm M. K .VicUulic, P Peek.
Mi- C Hnthauay. Ml Haihavvay, J 11
linker. Mis E M Iiiown, It Mackenzie,
Edw , Spring. Mm Lnvviciice and child,
.las Itnti licldcr, Mls Emma I. Cl.uk, F
WWuoiLJM Bright, Edwin Beimer,
FJ H Ce-rdelro, H Jt (lilbert, anil !10
Fur .Muitl and Hawaii, per stnir Ki
n. iu, Ki'l7 MNs F Lynch and nicie,
Captain T Thonip'on, A T Atkinson.
S S Auitialla, II (' Huudlettc inaMer.
nailed f i oiii Sun Handset) .Ian !)lt al
:i :10 p in, w itli :HJ cabin and .'HI Meerngc
passengers and 1,"S'J ion-, freight.
and Cii(K) gait, beer. Fhit live day-.
Milling S E winds and line weather, the
lest. of the ttlp moderate N K tunics
and line weather. Ai lived at Honolulu,
Fob 7 at noon.
The Bteamer Junius JIakco hi ought
-Ml JO hagH uiigar from Kauai this iiiorn
Ing .Sixteen passengers left for the Vol
cano by the steamer V G Hull last
The bark Merom nml baikentine John
Smith have HuMicd unloading coal.
The former esel has laen h.uiled on
the Marine Hallway.
MCVEIGH WEED On Sunday, Feb.
Jnd, at the ltoman Catholic Cuthe
dial by the Itev. ISUhop of O.ba, J.
I). McVeigh to Ku-horine Weed,
both of Honolulu.
GflXIIANb In this eity, IVb 7, to
the wUe of It L GllllUud, a son.
. A QUERY.
Editok Bulletin : Can you in
form jm ignorant public whether the
Minister of the Interior lias trans
ferred to the Honolulu Iron Works,
or some' other establishment, his
authority to .grant charters? Ap
pearances lead one to think that they
are forged in the Honolulu Iron
Works. One of those Our.
' DINNER PARTY.
. Mr. and Mrs. Brenham gave a
ilium-r party at tlio Hawaiian lintel
yesterday evening. Their guests
wtre Mrs. .Tas. I. Uowsett, Mr. Ja9.
1. Dowsett, jr., Miss Mary Dowsott,
Mrs. Chaa. Mukec, Miss McGrcw,
Miss Weight, Miss Gettrude Sev
erance, Miss Fincklcr, Mi9S Mus
grave, Miss Davidson, Messrs. S. A.
Monsarrnt, W. T. Monsan'at, II. M.
Wliitney, jr., and K. F. Bishop.
Th'e Hawaiian Quintet Club furnish
ed music. Mr. anil Mrs. Brenham
leave for the States by the Zealan
dia. To-night they will be given a
poi supper by Hon. and Mrs. J. 1.
The Royal Hawaiian Jmu will
pi ly this evening ut Hawaiian Hotel
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
0ei tin e Masaniello Auber
Mnich The Guards Low
Ballad A Beautiful 'I line I.ortlug
Selection Mlnamoto, (by lemiest).. .
Poll l'limchauiii. Like noli I.Ike. Main
i ke Acf.
Selection Veit-Veit Oirenbucb
Wall Vienna Bon-Bons 8traiif,s
Djuce Aboi Iglnal Thiero
Medley Noi tli ajid South Tobani
SUPREME CQURT. '
Chief Justice .Tudd ycsteiday
heard Lee Ahlo vs. Aiau, jury waiv
ed from July term, 1888. It
was an action of ejectment to
recover possession of hind in
Kwa, island of Oahu, granted to Kc
kualiilii by Itoyul patent 4148. The
Court decided for the plaintiff for
,0110 uiidividcd half of the land
I'laimcd in the petition and $50 dam
ages und costs. W. It. Cattle for
plaintiff ; S. K. Kane ior defendant.
Mr. Justice Dole this morning
concluded the hearing of R. W. Da
vis vs. 'J. Kamut, replevin, on de
fendant's appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu, where on Jan. 24 judg
ment was entered for plaintiff for
82 ' damage and $3.20 costo. His
Honor gave the opinion orally that
thet defendant had n Hen upon the
boat in question for salvage and
therefore gave Judgment for the de
fendant, Kamai. A. Iosa for plain
tiff, Mr. Justice Dole ordored that the
will Qf the late Jose T. M. Lopes be
admitted to pxobato and letters tes
tamentary issue to Anna I,ui.a Ma
chatlo under 8500 bond.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fiukwooii in for side nl llio Entei
Fiu:sii oynlers on ico cookuil any
tdylu itt tlio Beaver ualooii.
S. S. Ai'siiiai.Ia "X ill mil for San
Fianeiseo un Fiidny neil al noon,
Tun Anglican Chinch Chronicle
nml the Friend for Huh month am
Tin: monthly mculiugtif the llnuot
lulu Arion will be held this esening
ut their hall
Annual meeting Diiei'turs Kapio
l.ilii l'ail: Aspociulioii, Moudiiv nevl
ul II o'elocl;.
TllK tisinil vteaiin'i nivht eoiit'eil
will his given by the Inind at the
Hotel this eAeilillg.
1'.si:mu:hs by the Atistiali.i pie
sentcd a ((Mliiuiiiiial tn (.'apt. llouil
lelte on the p.iss.ige to this pint.
Tin; Hi'I.i.i.iin ihanks Mr. ICeil,
purser S. S. Austialia, foi Han Ft.in
efM'fi paper.", repoit of oyagc, etc.
K. K. Zku.ANUIA limy he oijiei-teil
to-night oi tn-iiioiriiw moiniiig 1ioiu
tlio Colonieo, bound to Sin Fritu
cico. StidMt was oij foi l)t test at latent,
as tonip.neil with "1 li.VUKI at last
pievious advices showing a ligbt
Sami'Iks of .xausigcs fiorn tlu Gei
iiiun satiHage shop iidvctlicil in litis
paper hIiow llieni to he or supeiioi
Thk (lagfil the American (Jonsnl
ale is Hying at half-maul mi uc
coiintofthe death of Mr. Walker
lilainc, eldcHt .son of Hie Secrolaiy of
Thk Bo.ud of Heproflfntiilios of
the Fire Department failed in getting
a quorum last night, and the meeting
was declined postponed foi two
AuMiit.vi. Kimbcrly leceised .1 pub
lic reception after his arrival fiom
Honolulu, under the auspices of the
San Franciwco Cliainber of Ooin
muice. The Mechanics' Union in called to
u. grand rally this evening, when
jubilations over the "glorious results"
of its work au; announced to be
Mn. R. Jny- Greene wishcj us to
state Hint his ninncsako, healing bin
initials, booked to leuvo per Zeal. In
dia, is not the, defeated candidate foi
Xoblc but another person.
The Bulletin Wukkly Summahy
of Fob. 4 is especially interesting foi
its fullTpports of the latter part of
the election campaign. Copies may
be bnd for the outgoing foreign mail
at the office 01 bookstoies.
Mr. John D. Spreckcls detained
the AtiNlraliiv from sailing for tlueo
hours, in order to wait for tlio Ha
waiian mail detained by snow storms.
A portion of the mail had to be left
on the road somcwhcie after all.
SiSTKit Rose Gertrude anied at
New Yolk oh. Jan. 30 from England,
on her way to the island of Molokai.
She has mastered all tlio details of
Pasteur's sybtom with the view of
devoting the lest of her life to relio ing
the sufferings of Hawaiian lepers.
Sister Gertrude's original iVanie was
Amy Fowler, she was 001 11 at Bath,
England, and is 35 years of age.
11 j 1
Foieign new a fiom second paije.
Three masked mien robbed the
Albuquerque, New Mexico, post
ofllce of $000 iu cash and bonds
making the aggregate plunder $10,
A hurricane blew an express train
off the track in Colorado, and it was
with ditllculty that the passengers
were saved from being burned to
Archbishop Fabre of Montreal has
sent a circular to all his priests, ask
ing them to pray for the removal of
tlio scourge of influenza.
In the correspondence on the Scott
exclusion law, a letter to Secretary
Bayard is quoted from the Chinese
Minister, Chang Yen lloon, in which
he expressed ama.cment at the ac
tion of the Supreme Court in alllrm
ing the Act. Ho Baid he had not
been prepared to learn that there
was a way in that country whereby
tlio Government could release itself
from a treaty obligation without
consultation with or tlio consent of
the other piu.ty. He adds : "When
it is remembered that the treaty re
lations were established at the ex
press solicitation of the United
States, and that every request for
further stipulations was met in a
spirit of complaisance, you must
sympathize with my astonishment
that the body which represents the
intelligencer and justice of the great
American people should trample
these treaties under foot and grossly
offend a nation which held them sa
cred." Tlio Minister trusts that
some way will ho found whereby the
action of Congress will be undone,
the wrong to .his countrymen avoid
ed, and the high affront to the Chi
nese liovcrnmcnt removed.
Tlio German Reichstag on the 23d
rejected the expulsion clause of the
Socialist bill and decided, by a vole
of 10() to 111, to make the measure
permanent. On the 25th the bill
was rejected by a vote of, 100 to 98.
Bismarck did not appear in tlio
chamber. After the rejection of tlio
hjll Boqttsdier closed the session.
Great gales have swept the British
The General Election
Nearly Unanimous Verdict of
the Districts Against the
John H. Bush the Only Natloiul He-
. former Defeated.
riie general election hold Wednes
day resulted on this island, the only
great dixision from which returns
will be available for some days, .in a
sweeping ictory for .the National
Reform Party. This patty has
elected all the nine Nobles for the
NOttLES FOR THE
A1lOVb llKKOIIM I'MII'V
II. (i. Criibliii
Ii. W. run
1:. U11I lor
V..C. Mm fill lane
J. A. (.'iiiniiilns
II. A. Whldilium
J. s. Wiilku-
rmir j i ins.
si. M. KUiinkni
E. s. cniilin
1!. T. DillliiKliiiui
J. I. IlOWht'tl, S.
W.C. Wllili 1
M. 1'. ItllllllHOII
W. . Smith
1st ills. -.! ills,
1 I ? 11
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1.; ni to ki.)
ra -.1 i lifi
1.11 ts III IICI
0; hi hi 101
;i m 11; 111
r.s m r.-, iin
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a; 112 1
;ii iui ,
.'i 141 1
J I'mir juirn.
CITY HUJOUiriKS or noiilks.
l'hillips' (2 vis) oer Kaaukai ,
" '" " Cunha. . .
" " " Dillingli.nn
Grabbe'rt " " Kaaukai
" " " (Junha
" " ' " Dillingham
McUinfbv'ii ' " Kaaukai .
" " " Cunha ...
" " " DiUingliaiu
I'ua'.s (1 yeai.s) " Dowsett
" " " Lislnnan...
" " " (Jrocne...
M ullft's. " " Dowsett...
' " " Lisbnian .
" ' t ' " (Irecne
Miiefail.ine's" " Dowhett
" " " Likhni-ni..
" " " (Ireene .
Ciiminiuri'f.U yis) " Wilder
" " " Robinson
" " Smith
Widemnnn's " " Wilder. . .
' " " Robinson
" " ' .Smith.
Walkvi'r. " " Wilder... .
" " " Robinson .
Highest majority, Mac.'arlane's
over Greene 195.
Lowest majority, AValkcr's over
At the head of the pell, Ii. C.
Macfarlane 898. '
At the foot of the poll, 1'. Jr
Excess of lowest on National Re
form ticket over highest on Reform
The figures from the poll for
Nobles iu the country distiicts are
the following : From Woianae Phil
lips 14, Crabbc 10, McCarthy 17,
Pua 13, Muller 19, Macfarlane 10,
Cummins 17, Widemann 22, Walker
13; Kaaukai 0, Cunha 8, Dilling
ham 9, Dowsett 12, Lishman 7,
Greene. 4, Wilder 0, Robinson 11,
AVaialua National Reform ticket,
10 straight; Reform ticket, 7
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 081 ;
5th, 29 out of 511. In the first pre
cinct of the fifth district, 101 out of
103 legisteted cast their ballots for
Nobles, and' 190 out ot 20G xfor Re
presentative. Tliis, too, beside the
fact that several voted for Nobles
without voting for Itepieacntative.
The detcimination of the Chinese
Government to construct a failway
from Pekin to Girn, a town situated
near the Russian frontier, has creat
ed considerable uneasiness in oflicial
circles at St. Petersburg. As a set
off against this is the contemplated
increase of the Russian licet in the
The Emperor of Austria is grow
ing feeble in mind and body, and
talks of immediate abdication. The.
young Baroness Viscera, witli whom
the Crown Prince Rudolph was
found dead, was the Emperor's il
legitimate daughter, and it was
the shame with which he was over
whelmed by the discovery that drove
the Pilncc to suicide. The Empress
has twice attempted to commit sui
cido, Russia is reported to be planning
a continental scheuio to oppose fur
ther British colonization in Afiica.
Kinloclie Cook, a barrister and an
authority on the Samoan Islands,
will bo nominated by England to tho
ofllce of Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court of Samoa, created by
tho reccnllv made tripartite treaty,
Island and ppcii of the eight Itepro
sentallves of Dlsti ids, thus securing
sixteen out of seventeen seats in the
Legislature for two years, six of the
Nobles holding for four years, nud
tin ec for six years. Thu day pass
ed off veiy quietly iu all the city
precincts, and at no time was there
11 great crowd at .my of the polling
places. Business was suspended in
the Government departments, also
by the two banks and many of tlie
mercantile houses. Tlieic was liltle
or no fiiction at the polls, no open
Intimidation of voters being practis
ed by either side. In fact, at some
places Hie wotkei.s of both paities
were decidedly slow induing their
legitimate business. Reform head
quailcrs were in Spreckcls' block,
those of the National Reform Party
al the Hawaiian Hotel. A large
ciowd gatheied at the hotel iu the
cvotilng to hear the results, and
('heeling and congratulations were
heard tlieie until nearly ten o'clnik,
when all quietly dispersed. Mr.
IC. C. Macfarluue invited the victo
rious candidates present, togethei
with a few fiiends, to a collation in
the dining room, at which the events
and humors of the contest were
glowingly discussed. Below will be
found the returns, corrected up to
the latesl moment :
ISLAND OF OAHU.
7 I UN
Nl . 111.,
HI I HI? I
"- KU ,
VI I III
O I Hi?
M litt I
I 1M I V M
112 a j .w
in '2i 40
112 '2S 41
in !M .17 ,
mi 1 2.1 u;
111 211 :vi
mi -2'i n ,
la-, 1 i :.'i I
Fiiat district 1st prcc. 2d pteo. Total
Cecil Brown . .1011 19!), 305
John E Bush ..109 12.1 292
Mnjority for Blown (Keforin), 13.
W HCuinmings .221 187 111
S K Kane.. . 90 128 218
Majority for Uiiininiug-' (.National
A Mai que.... 202 210 412
M AOoinalves...ll2 82 224
Majorilv for Marques (National Ke
TR Lucas .... 297 101 401
J F Morgan. . 78 130 08
Maiontv lor Lucas (National Keratin),
R W Wilcox... .149 217 300
WO Achi .. 47 09 llll
Majorilv for Wilcox (National Re
J Paikuli 130
J LKaulukou 128
Majority for Puikuli (National Re
Antone Rosa (nnoppoeud). A poll
was taken of 320 votes foi Mr.
A Kauhi. ... 221
J I Dowsett, .lr 80
Majoritv for Kauhi (National Ke
Partial returns have been receiv
ed from Kauai, indicating the elec
tion of the regular Reform ticket,
both Nobles and Representatives.
Hanalci, 3d precinct, gave for No
bles Isenberg 38, JCanoa 40, G. N.
Wilcox 40. -The same precinct for
Representative voted A. S. Wilcox
115, Isaac Kahilina 14.
There is a rumor to the
effect that Kalua and Kuncalii,
National Reform, have carried the
two Wailuku seats for Representa
The Kaiiikcaouli brings word of the
eiectionof Kaunamano, John Baker,
and Nawahi, N. R., as Representa
tives. The independent ticket for
Nobles was ahead in Koiiala.
Persian Khorassan is ravaged by
an intestinal disease of great sever
ity, supposed to be cholera. There
have been three thousand deaths.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Anon
Society nt 7:30.
Polynesian Encampment, I. O. O.
F., at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Band concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
ELECTION Bats at Fisliel's. Silk
Beavttr Hat, Orey Plug Hats,
Stetson Hots in grey, black and brown.
ZWIEBACK or Oorman Toast, very
good for dyspeptic and well people,
on wilo al the "Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
AH a Cook on shore or at sea. Refer
dices given If rtqulrt'd. Address
"M," Ibis olllce. 470 lw
ON ami altei this dale, IMmiaty 11,
ISM), Jew Fal only will hli(ii the
firm name of Fid Kce, All (UI1111
against the llrm of l'al lvie, Nnuaiiti
stluel, mint lie prejeiilvd for tiavmein
to the said JEW FAL
rMltKWOni) for ule at Hinuillm
I Uoiiiineiclnl Halt uroom'", comer of
Quern and Nuuauu Ktretta. 48 if
I SV. Siheihlei'H lolarUcopo with
t loin pick; ct of apparatii0,
w.-tgliii, lamp', ite.
ST. 1 'J w T. It. DA VIES CO.
." WANTED ' ,
17HMI n few weik, itvii orOuoi'c rf.
ponidlilc people. Duties light.
Mint linvc Lood mldre's Apply to
J. K. HKOWN A CO.,
lim If Ofd Uapllol nlldiii)H.
A SITUATION as Sugar f'lork or
XV Night Watchman at it mill, or a
place ns Luna ou 11 good plantation.
Has experience mid can furiihih good
roferimce. Call or address "ii, K. I'.,"
Hi.iU.hTiN Olllce. 4.ri7 tf
COPir.Sof r.'e Daily Bulletin, oi
the dates s,ieclllcil below, Lfi cents
a copy will be paid for (lie -.one 011
delUeiy at this olllce:
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IN suit 01 ingl. , an ely Fur
nHieil ItiKini- wllh use (if
piano if (knifed, la a pleanaut
neighborhood about 5 mi utiles' walk
from the Pint Olllce. Address "K,"
BtiLLEriN Utilce. 46') lw
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
'VTKW Zi-hIiuuI Ciinned Mullet Is ra
XI pidly crowding million out of the
market. Sole agenls lor the celebrated
"Star Brand," aie
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
400 tw Aliirehant street.
Machine Mtule l'oi !
PARTIES wishing tn get Machine
Made 1'oi can do so by leaving
their containers plainly marked al
Henry Dwis'ii Oroeeij S.ore, on Fort
street. I'ol will be deliver d onTue.s
duys and Fridays. ConlaUicrs must bn
left not later thin the day before.
400 I m
Gorman Santiago 3Iurkel
JUS I' opened Iu "Arniatro'ig's Block,"
near King Street Bridge. For sale
freRh (lally llcad Claese, Frankfurter,
Bolngiin, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
4C0 tf Proprietor.
CHANGE of UESIDENCE.
lias removed from Fott street to Ro
bello Lune, Palama.
OrriCE llouns: 9 A. m. to 12 m. and (i
e. jr. to U 1: m.
Mutual 60Q-XdTELEPH0NESjcB"Bell 475
A Cure foi Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best reined lis
over prepiucd lor couphs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a great relief
to whoopinc cough and throat ulTcctioQ.
Ask for Dr. Lozler't Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial wild ut
HOLLISTKR ,"fc CO.,
And BENSON, SMITH A, CO.
4 15 ijin
HAVING bought out Mr.- W. II.
I'uge. In the "Honolulu Cairlage
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, 1 am
prepared to continue the above business
under thu old name of Honolulu Car
riage Manufactory, and boittg an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the nalrmmgo of my old friends and the
nubile in general, and with my thorough
knowledfiu ot the bnslnesa and with ox.
pcrienrcd workmen and using only' the
liPKt material I guarantee general satis
faction. Please call and see me before
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 188. HIM If
Dr. M." E. CJKO8MAN,
Unturned on the Aiibtralln uad Ims re
mimed prueticii at IiIh lormer olllce. 9S
Hotel sti Mil. 400 tf
MILS. O.SUOKNE is now prepared to
glvo instructions in Fahey Work
at "The Arlington," Room 0. Class
Lessons: MoiuIrjh, Wednevlajs and
Fridays. Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly attended to. 460 tf
NOTICE Is hereby given to all per
sons that on thu IlOllt day Decem
ber, 1839, a meeting of tho stookholden.
of the Hawaiian Paellle Cable Co was
held at the olllce of E. O. Hall Ac Son,
Limited, Honolulu, and at Mild meeting
it was voted by said stockholders to
accept a charter of Incorpoiation giant
cd to them under thu corpoiato mime
and Htvlo of -'Hawaiian racille Cabin
Co." November IC, ISS'.i, nml that tho
enrpoiatlon under bald charter theie
upon organled themselves and elected
the follow ing ofllcers:
,). Sherman Bartholomew of Honolulu
Hon. Edgar Crow Baker, M. P., of
Victoria, B. C Vicc-Piesldent
E. O. White, of Honolulu Secretary
Flunk ADudley of Niagara Falls, N.
Win. W. Hall ot Honolulu Auditor
Notice Is further given that pursuant
to the terms ot said charter, "No stock
holder shall Individually bo liable for
llio debts of the Corpoiatlon bavonil the
amount which shall bo due upon the
iho sharo or shares held or owned by
himself." I.'. O. WHITE,
4 U lin Secietiiry.
Views of the
The r.qulUblc sliows figures equal to thoe of tho national bila'nce
shoots of home very respectable-sized States. l'lie Insurance World of
The Kquitablc Life Assurance Society is n colossal Institution. It U
unique, iu its position and iniivctoiis in its tecord. It occupies Hie. highest
place among kindled institutions. fl'ho Irish Insurance Banking mid
It is no use disguising the fact that the I'quitable lioltU a roinaikable
position among the Insurance ollices of the Woild. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give a better contract than any'cjtfier
company. fl.cainiiigton Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state Insiiiance in Germany compare whst
is done by some of the great private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of llieni sill, for Instance, thu Kquitablo Life Auiaiice Society of the United
Staler. I Dublin Lyceum. '
The largest of American Life Ollices and therefore the laigest in the
World is tlio Kqiiit'iblc Life Assurance Society of the l'. S.fKairpliV of
The olllce that has done the most iu promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance is (lie Kquilablc Life Assurance So"iety of the U. S. London
New business iu 18SSI 17.'i,000,000 00
Income for 1889 30,000,000 On"
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. ' ' ' Ja-n-l-i
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
-A NEW INVOICE OF-
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand; -
Galvanized Fence Wire, Black Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Staples,
Black Staples, Special Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -a ' &- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrival)-. Agents for
Itubhor Oiirdeu Hose, Wire Bound Hose, Steam Hose,
OF VhllV RUITiltlOK QtJAIirV.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
B. P. DlLLlNOIIAM, J. G. Sl'ENOI'.lt, F. L. WlKlKK,
jan-0-90 President. Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AflENTH,
Builders' aud General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpcnterh', Black-millis', Macbinists' A l'lumbers' Toclii,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnialies, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glubs, & Remington Sewlug Macblues, "
" Dr. Jayne & Sons Family -Medicines.
E. It. IlKNiutr, President t Maunder. John Eva, Vice-President.
(lOuruhr Bkow.v, .Secretary & Treasurer. Ckcil liuow.s', Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Hpt'eckcln' Bniik, Foi-t Street, llonolnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, --Glassware,
OhandolierH, Electoliers, LampH fe Lamp Fixturen,
Paints, Oila A. VnrniBheH, Lard Oil, Cyltndor Oil,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Machino-loaded Cartridgea, Ohaniberlain'a Patent j
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Outlory,
Plows, I'luuters' Steel Hoch, and other Aiicultural Implemontu,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION. !
Harfu Patent "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe & Bolt Cutting,
Manila &. Sisal Kojii), Rubber llosi),
Wiio Bound Rubber Hoho, Spincter-Brip;
Kprinklera & Sprinklor Standa, , -,
AGISNXM FOIl ' 't . V
Union Metnllio Cartridge Co.,
Hartinan'u Steel Wire Fenro & Steel Wiio Mnlo.
"New Process" Rope, ' .' tet ; i ,
Wm. O. Finhur'n 'Wrought Steel Range, Neal's OarriagPuiii,
OatdTJlty Stonu Filtern,
"New Proccsn" Twist Drilln,
nov-29.SU Hart'i Patent "Duplex" Din RtockB.
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