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MONDAY, FEU. 10, 1890.
Am it'in W i Itowne from Mahtikotia
Hr bit I eaiilleld, Irvine, 131 days from
Stmr Hawaii from Hawaii
Jl M S S Zealandia, Olercndorp, from
Stun Mlkahala from Knunl
Stun- Llkellke from Maul
Selir Leahl from Olowaln
Kehr llceiu from Koolmi
It M S Konlnmlin, Otcrndorp, for Snn
Stmr Walalealo for N'awlllwlll mid
llaimmdiihi at 3 p in
Stmr Kuala for Kllatiea and Ilannloi ut
4 p m
Slmr .dm Mnkcc for Kapaa (it 4 p in
Slmr I.elma for Jlakalau and lloiioinu
r p in
Ger bk CI X Wl'oox, Raich, for San
Fruucl'co nt 1 1 u in
fotir Llholllio foi Wnlunai:
Selir Kawalhuil for Kooluu
Sclir KiuilkciioiiU for Koliala
Am turn V S Howne, llluhni, for San
Selir Kiilamanu for Halawa
Schr Ka Mol for Hawaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at !) a in
Stmr I.ikellko for Maul at 5 p m
Stmr Mlkiilmla for Kauai 5pm
Stmr ICIlauea llou for Ilumakua ut 5 p m
Scbr Leahl for Kuiuu
From Maul per stmr Llkellke. Feb 9
J U Kuw.iluui. U Xapoleon, Mrs
More, A You, dipt Thompson. E 11
Carley, J D Ga&s und wlfo, Mrs .1 U
Howie, Miss Lyman, A Knos. F ' Has
tings and wife, lion W II Cornwell,
lion J W Knlua and 32 deck.
From Sydney anil Auckland pern M
S Zealandia, Feb 0 Theo II Davie, 'J'
Cllvo Davies, J Dillon, M 1', fcir Tlios
Ksmoude, It Hunter, 11 Grien-on, 1 In
steerage, and 38 cabin and 41 pteerago
In transit for -an Francisco.
For San Francisco per It M S Zealan
dla, Feb 'J-Mles bella Weight, J J
Egon, H F Wlehimin, A 3 Hartwell, It
J (ireene, Mrs C II Smltb and daughter,
Mr Justice Dole and wife, It II Hrcn
linm and wlfo, O A Stevens, J E Miller,
E "inlth, Hon K C Macfarlaue, und 1
From Kauai per stmr Mikalialn Feb
! Hon V Kuudsen, J Wllcock and
daughter, J Kaklna, W Crowcll. II P
Fuye. Kmll Drelr, 11 A Mybrc and sou,
G Chinese and 5G deck.
From Liverpool per bk Deanfleld,
Feb 8 P Day.
For San Francisco pel bk Geo N Wil
cox, b'eb 10 C Magnus.
'1'bo stmr Likelikc brought Fob I),
1!71 7 bags sugar, 2C bags corn, 13 hide,
ill hogs, and 70 pkgs sundries.
The stmrs Hawaii and Kllatiea llou
brought 5,000 and 3,C0O bags sugar re
spectively from Ilumakua on Saturday
The stmr Mikahala arrived yesterday
from Knuai with 2,0SS bags sugar and
22 head cattle.
The stmr Hawaii will leave forUnma
kua ports on Wednesday morning nt 10
The schooner Challenger arrived in
ballast at ICahului lust week 28 days
Mr. John Dillon, M. P., and Sir
Thomas Esraomle arrived from the
Colonics by tho steamer Zealandia
and put up at the Hawaiian Hotel.
They have been traveling in Austra
lia and New Zealand for about siix
months, lecturing in behalf of the
Evicted Irish Tenants Fund. Mr.
Diilon Is well-known as the right
hand man of Mr. l'arncll, the Home
llu'n ipntlpf 'fhe success achieved
by himself and Sir Thomas in the
Colonics was great. They obtained
contributions amounting to $100,000
in Australia and $30,000 in New
A Bullktin representative called
on the gentlemen at the hotel, partly
to present the compliments of ono
of their admiring countrymen who
was kept at home on a sick bed.
Mr. Dillon was surprised nt hearing
that a reception had been arranged
for him several months ago, as he
had written to a friend in San Fran
cisco saying he did not expect to
roach there before the middle of
February. It was an agreeable sur
prise to him, however, learn that
there was a goodly representation of
his countrymen in this community.
Mr. Dillon is a tall, sinewy man,
wearing n full beard on a somewhat
serious-looking face. He received
tho caller on this occasion very
graciously, and, Inviting him to a
seat between himself and his com
panion, pleasantly led a conversa
Xtionof over an hour on Hawaiian
;t flairs. Both ho and Sir Thomas
wcre-ustonlshcd at the wealth of tho
country in proportion to its popula
tion, and enquired with much in
terest about the political conditions,
the civilization of tho natives, the
labor situation, etc Sir Thomas is
a Jovial, smoothfaced man of me
dium height. Ho is an enthusiast
in tho matter of curios, and was
delighted on hearing that there were
some good collections of Hawaiian
and Polynesian relics here.
Tho visitors will leavo for San
Francisco by the steamer Australia
next Friday. They are disappointed
at being unablo to go to the volcano
in the meantime, but will make the
best of their short stay taking in
t lie objects of interest about Hono
lulu. rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X !W columns, purely local matter
Mulled to foreign countries, $.1 per
A n;n.NlHll:!i cottage in wanted
Tin: Union Ico Company has be
gun the delivery of ice.
.Iah. F. Morgan will sell two lots of
the Piikni estate March Hid.
Anyo.ni: qualified can sen u
(ion w collector in Ibis paper.
Tin: Hawaiian liusinc.'M Agency
oilers to let a two-storv houce.
Tiik bark Ida'n cargo of lumber
will be sold by Jus. 1 Morgan ut
noon of Thursday.
Tin: Tramways Company has
adopted card tickets with M. Gold
berg's advertisement on the buck.
A hivai. movement to tho one pre
viously reported, to organize, a Build
ing and Loan Association, reported.
Tin: haik Dcanliehl brought two
thoroughbred bulls from Livoipool,
for A. MeBrjdc, Kauai. They lire
nn Angus and a shorthorn.
An elderly gentleman resident of
Honolulu, who Iiiih been advertising
in an Eastern paper "with n view to
matrimony," bus been lcceiving
Tub widening of Alakca street is
gutting tho finishing touches. To
ono driving through it now tho
changed appearances arc agreeably
striking both day and night.
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Thk stair and lino officers of tho
Honolulu ltilles will meet tlii-t even
ing nt headquarters, in fatigun uni
form. An important item of business
will bo the election of a Colonel.
The Metropolitan Meat Co. im
ported by tho Zealandia a small lot
of shcop, for butchering. Thoy ar
rived in good condition. One of theso
animals killed since tho steamer's
arrival drebsed over eighty pounds.
"La Gnti'i'i:," though comparatively
mild here, is giving great annoyance
Hud somo suffering to many. It
seems to affect women the worst.
The only consolation a person can
get whilo nursing the grip is that
Queen Victoria and other great poo
plo have had it.
Bi:roiti; Mr. .Justice Uickutton, who
sits at chambers this week, tboro was
a further coutinuauco of tho Kcalii
ahonui will case from to-day till tho
17th inst. C.'L. Cartpr is attornoy
for petitioner to revoke tho will, J.
M. Davidson for Queen Kapiolani,
and F. M. Hutch for Mrs. Haalelea.
Mu. Henry Wichman, who depart
ed by tho ii. K. Zealandia yesteiduy,
and Miss Work, who visited tho
islands recently in company with
Mrs. Lewis and others, will bo mar
ried on Feb. 20th at the residence of
tho. bride's folks, East Oakland, Cali
fornia. Tho conplu will probably re
turn to Honolulu by tho Zealandia
Mn. Theo. II. Divvies, head of the
of tho house of Tlioo. H. Davie it
Co., surprised many acquaintances
by suddenly appearing on the street
Sunday morning, when bo was
thought to be on tho other side of the
world. Ho arrived with his son Clive
by the steamer Zealandia, looking
every bit as merry ns when ho left
the beach about two years ago.
Tin: official election returns in the
Interior Oflico oro as yet far from
complete. It is useless to publish
them until thoy aro complete, lle
sults on Hawaii aro uncertain as to
somo of tho candidates for Nobles.
Tho Reform Party olectcd all the
Maui Nobles by about 100 majority,
and in tho sumo division tho Na
tional Keform Party elected four Re
presentatives. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting Staff and Line Ofllccrs
Honolulu Rifles, 7:00.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
Band concert at Emma Square,
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS,
Feb 7 NR Baker and wife, To
peka, Kansas; Mrs G M Brown, Mr
and Mrs C B Piatt and child, A E
Marchaud, wife and child, D Kuil, F
O Barto, J V Button, Mrs Button
and three children, San Francisco ;
F G B Cordeiro, U S N.
9 John Dillon, Sir Thomas Es
mondo, Ireland ; Valderma Kuudsen,
HP Fayo, Kauai; Capt.T S Thom
son, San Francisco; Herbert Grier
All Lam was flued $2.40 for as
'sault and battery on Pahukca. Ah
Sin, defended by V. V. Ashford,
was fined $151.20 with 13 hours'
imprisonment, for opium unlawfully
in possession. Ah Kui, assault, was
discharged. Four casos of drunk
enness met tho usual penalty, and
several other casos were continued
till this aftornoon and later.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho programme:
March Peterborough Cautlial
Overture Poet anilPcasant Suppe
Finale Carmen Bizet
Selection Xabiicco Verdi
Mlklul. Vim o Hulu. U.a hlki no me A'u.
Scotch Selection Robert Bruce
Fantasia Forgo in tho Forest
Srhottlsche Slightly on tho Mnsh.-.
Wiiltz-Golden Shower Wa'dietifel
Cc'CAL'& DEM ERAL' NEWS;
nrrin'r rtrt '
V)mt Colonel Ash dr J Htij Aliftilt
the Attorney 'onernl'N Trip
In view of the quantity of matter
contained in late issues of the Ame
rican newspaper press anent the al
leged doings of Attorney-General
Ashford now absent in the Ka-1, on
matters hearing on "Treaty" inter
ests, our teporter called on his
brother. Col. V. V. Ashford, after
the arrival of (he Australia, lo see
If anything authoritative could bo
learned In regard totheinueh talked
of Canadian Pacific Cable, and tho
Canada-Australia line of steamers
to connect with the Canadian Pacific
Railway at Victoria. In answer to
questions Col. Ashford said :
Yes, it is true my brother hu in
terested himself very much in the
matter of cable and fast steam com
munication between Honolulu, Victo
ria and San Francisco, too, for
Hint matter; but the trouble with
San Francisco seems thus far to
be (so far as the public arc inform
ed) a matter of gobbling tip "fran
chises," such as by their terms will
practically exclude all others from a
bona fidu attempt to build a line,
except aWhe expense of nn enor
mous bonus for their franchise.
In his private capacity (because,
so far as I know, ho had no author
ity to act for the Government) lie
has spent considerable lime, and I
believe with the best effect, in con
vincing British-Canadian capitalists
and representative men, that the
schema of a cable is not only feasi
ble but desirable to them. Such
men as Sir John Macdonaid (Pre
mier of the Dominion), Sir Hector
LangevinfMinisterof Public Works),
Sir CharlesTuppcr (Lord High Com
missioner for Canada to tho Court of
St. James), Sanford Fleming, and
the magnates of the Canadian Pa
cific Railway have evinced not only
the greatest interest in the matter,
but a determined disposition to do
something more thnn mere talk
something which will rc9iilt in tele
graphic communication between here
and the Coast in less than two years ;
but always provided the Hawaiian
Government do not in the meantime
put a gag on competition by giving
practically exclusive franchises to
other parties. His previous per
sonal acquaintance with many of
these gentlemen gave him an advan
tage which was not offset by tho fact
of his not being officially commis
sioned in any way so far as concern
ed aprcliminary entering of the ca
So also with the Canadian Pacific
Railway and Steamship lines. Mr.
Van Home, tho President of that
great railway, who is probably the
most energetic, aggressire and with
out question the most successful
railway manager ever yet produced,
assured my brother that in case of
harbor accommodations being satis
factory, that company would in the
near future put on a regular line of
steamers of hiich speed as to place
all such of our fruit products as
would stand ten days careful trans
portation, iulo the hands of consum
ers in St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winni
peg, and all centres of 'population
west of those points, and north of
Chicago and Milwaukee, the tenth
day after leaving Honolulu. This
will indefinitely increase tho markets
of our fruit growers, and greatly
assist in building up Honolulu as a
collecting and distributing centre
for through lines of commerce.
As to what is said about the
treaty, there's nothing in the re
ports. This government cannot dis
cuss the matter while the present
one is in force. But is it not well
to havo tho leading public men of
Canada familiar with that phase of
our condition which would Incline
them in favor of treaty relations live
years hence, in case the United
States then shut us out? Or, what
is practically tho same to us, if they
reduce or abrogate their sugar tariff,
as they sooner or later certainly
will? .No doubt my brother has used
all facts and fair arguments which
would be to the advantage of Ha
waii in such a contingency. It's n
case, now, of eggs all in one basket.
Our present connections are cer
tainly the best; but Canada has
nearly six millions of people, and by
the time the present treaty expires,
she will have eight millions more
than four times the present popula
tion of the entire Pacific Slope of
the United States. And the propo
sition which some advance, that it
will "estrange" the United States,
by looking about to sec if wo can
maintain ourselves elsewhere in case
of the sugar duties being inopera
tive five hears henco, is a contention
unfit for .even any student in po
litics. Wliat I have said to you may or
may not include all of public inter
est; but it is practically all I know
In that direction from iny brother's
private information to inc. Ono
thing you may bo sure of: he hasn't
"talked treaty," as somo of tho
American papers would bave us be
lieve except in a way to ro eivc
nod impart such information as
might result in benefit to Hawaii, in
ca9c our present basket of eggs
takes a tumble.
TY a German Girl
to do light house.
X) work or plain cooking,
iSa (Jook on shoru or nt sea.
J. enccs given If required. Address
The ILU'H :oc'6il'KI)4f it 11 ir lli'K
tunic ."iln.cwt,T, Nliln 4'IiiiiiiiIom.
Ills, Mnjofely, accompanied by Mil
Chamberlain, Col. Geo. .Macfar
laue, visited II. B. M. S. Champion
at 1 1 o'clock this morning, embark
ing nt. Biewer's wharf, lo whcio he
was driven in I ho slate carriage.
Immediately afler steppingou iln
steam launch ol the Champion,
which was in chaige nl Lieutenant
W. 1). Church, salutes were fired
from the I'. S. S. Mohican and II.
B. M.'s Ship Champion, when the
latter displayed the Hawaiian Royal
Standard, 'mid tho three warships
in lurbor, vb.., the Champion, Mo
hican, and NipMc manned yards.
The weather was beautiful and bright,
and the scene as witnessed from the
wharves, was a striking one. Dur
ing His Majesty's stay aboard, sonic
very interesting experiments in gun
nery were shown him by 'Cnpl. SI.
Clair, the most Interesting of which
was the firing of a Whitehead tor
pedo, in the harbor, some 2U()yanR
The mechanism ot the torpedo was
explained lo His Majesty by Lieut.
R. B. Colmore. His Majesty was
received on board by II. U. M.'s
Commissioner Major J. H. Wodc
house, with Capt. St. Clair. On the
party leaving Hie vessel, another
royal salute and manning of yards
by the three ships took place.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DOUBLE
CRUSHING WITH AND WITH
In a letter to Mr. Alex. Young
this week Mr. II. Morrison says: 1
am using Maceration regularly up
to 20 per cent, dilution, and know I
am deriving sometimes 10 per cent,
more sugar, although more generally
about 8 per cent, additional.
Will men persist in throwing away
Feb. 10, 1800.
ELECTION mm in r'lsiid's Silk
Heaver UnP, Orev Plug Hats,
Btcteon II uM in grey, black und' brown.
!7l lit .
ZWIEBACK or Oormuu Toist, very
good for uyspoptlcs mill well p"ople.
on sale at the "Blllc Ice C'ru.iiu Parlors.'1
A N actlvo American, Ensllnhinnn or
(Inrnian, of good habits und char
acter, who also speaks Hnw.iilan, and
can furnish flrst.clim inferences, mny
obtain a permanent situation as Col.
lector, by add ir using I. O. flux No.
HOUSE to KENT.
A LABOR 8 Htory Hoiibc,
Urst olnsB In evcy res
pact, with all ntceisary out-
buildings, flno lawn, shade trees, flower
bcd, etc , very desirably lnrntrd within
10 minutes' wall: of the Post Ofllce, will
bo leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a select priTato
family. Applv at
flAWAIIAX KUSIN'ESS AOKNCY.
Oaliu Kail way & Land Co.
rpiITC first annual meeting of the stock.
X. holders of the Oahii Hallway &
Land Co. will he held at tho otlico of
tho Compinv on WEDNESDAY, Fob.
2C, 18U0, at !J o'clock v. u , for the elec
tlon of otllceiB and trnusaction of any
other important business.
W. O. ASHLEY,
Secretary O. It. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 0. 1890. 473 td
THOMAS & HENRY,
Tort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Shlp'i Blacksmithing, Drays, Carts h
Wagon Building as spoclally.
Every description of work in the
abovo linos performed in a llrst-clnss
maimer and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
t?jr Orders from tho other Islands
solicited. Will ho pleased to see all
our old customers as well as new ones.
Mutual Telephone No. (fli.
W.W, Wright & Son
79 & 81
(The Itoso Premises )
All orders for whocl vehicles of every
description tilled with pronitness.
First class mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
TJtAM CVUN, OSIMIIIIHMKM,
Plantation Wagons, Mole & Ox Carts,
Made to order, altered or repaired,
Carriago Painting, Trimming,
i.tc, uto., isTC., inv.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Is under tho management of H. Cay.
ford, who will collect and receipts all
hills due that branch of our bunlnefB.
cct.in.8m w. w. wmoiiT & son.
-" contractor i
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, hspla
Manufactures all kinds ot Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of Wood,
work finish. Turning, Scroll and Band
Sawing. All kinds of Sawing and Min
ing, Morticing and Tenanting.
Orders promptly attunded to and work
guaranteed. Orders from tho other Is
iiiillur ij'i'i'" 1 --..--.. mMiWiinnni !,
i nstlrtwin T.nnmnnlivnfi I
The ilndiT-dijlicd having been appointed
agents lor the Hawaiian Islands
For tho Celebrated
Baldwin : Locomotives
From I lie works of
Burriliuiii;' IMrry, Wiillams A Co.,
Ale no'.v piopurcd lo give estimates nut
nrcttu orilcis for theic engines, ol any
s c and stlc.
Tho HAi.nwiN Locomotivi: Won km arc
now manufacturing n 4tyle of Loeotuo.
tlve particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number ot which have rccrLt'y been
tfceived at theic Islands, and wu will
havep!euro in furnishing p'aitntion
agents and inunagi-rA with particulars
The superiorly of these Locomotives
over all of her makes Is not only known
hurt) but U ncknow lodged throughout
thu United States.
Agents lor Hawaiian Islands.
California : Lands
l-'OIt SALU :
THE undersigned wMies id inform
the public that hi: has opened a
Ilriineh California Land Olllee. ut No.
12 Merchant street. Honolulu.
To pinions wihlng lo Invent hi
Choice Timber, Agriculture. Fruit or
Grazing Lauds in the line .Statu of Cali
fornia, or In Dclrahlo Untitling Lots in
the beautiful City and Suburbs ot Oak
land, with Us unrivaled ellmntc and
'opportunities, I mn prepared to oll'er
every Inducement in the way of bnr
galus. Thu LiiniU which I heie offer have all
been most carefully Inspected by a
thoroughly reliable surveyor, employed
specially for that puniine, and I am
therefore enabled to give satisfactory
guarantee that every piece offered will
strictly correspond with the description
given by me.
The Titles to these Lands are perfect,
being In the main .slate school lands.
The pievloiis personal inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute security lo purchasers anil I an
hidticeineut'offereil by no other dealer
in statu school lauds In California.
The price ranges from $3,r0 per acre
upward according to iptallty mid loca
tion, and thore Is no doubt, by taking
Into account tho rapid growth and pro
gression ot that State, that these lauds
offered at theso low llgures must wlthlu
a few yeoi-H command a much higher
price and so secure to every investor a
profit not easily equaled in imy other
linn of speculation.
This opportunity will he open for a
limited time only,' and I therefore ex
tend an invitation to all who wish to
secure good and cheap homes In that
magnificent State and Country, and also
to those, who desire to invest ji little
money to so great advantage anil prollt,
to call upon mo soon and obtain full
Information will be cheerfully given.
&g- Olllee room with .1. A. Magnou,
attorney, Xo. -12 Merchant street.
100 tf A. ITIOItOFF.
JUST THE THING !
Cooked MM Oats!
I lonlt linil !
C2T Samples free at nil Leading Oro.
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
449J S P. Agonls. . I12t
A SMALL INVOICi:
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
"VTEW Zealand Canned Mullet Is ra.
-i-N nldly crowding snlmon out of tho
market. Sole agenta for thu celebrated
"dtar llrand," inn
j. e. iinowx ,fc CO.,
IM lw Merchant fltreet.
Views of the
'Wio Kitiitablt! shows llgurcs eU il to those of the national balauco
sheets of some ,-ery ruspectalilo-slzotl Statin. Tho Insurance World of
The liquitablo Life Assurance Society is a oolomal IrvUitutioii. It U
unique in its position mid marvelous in its record. It occupies thv. highest
plact! iimoiiK kintlietl institutions.- fThc Irish Insurance Hanking and
It is no use (lisuisiiijr the fact that the I'.tiuitable holds :i remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the Woilil. It does :i larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus aiiil givo a better contract tlmi any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in (lOrinany compare what
is done by some of the reat private Assurance Companies by the greatnst
nf them till, for instance, the Kqullahli! Life Assurance Society of Hit ITnited
Slates. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Ofllces and therefore the lurU in tho
World is the Ktiiitablo Life Assurance Society of the j. S. Fairplay of
The ofllce that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance is the Ktiuitablo Life Assurance Society of tho U. S. London
New btifeincs in lSS'.l 175,000,000 00
Income for 188!) 30,000,000 00
Surplus !2,S0O,00O 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Onncral Agout for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqtiitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NEW INVOICE OK
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Galvanized Pence Wire, Ulack Stoel Fence Wire, Galvanised Staple,
llhick .Staple.-, Special Quality Pence Staplen.
NEW GOODS ! -w i- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
ltubhor Garden lloso, "Wire Bound Hone, Steam Hoho,
OP VKIIY 81'I'EKIOK quality.
PACIFIC HA1UNVARK CO., (LV),
15. P. DlM.I.NOHAM, J. G. Sl'ENCHU, F. L. Wl.VTKH,
jan-6-00 President. Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Ciirpeuterri', DluekHiiiiths', Machinist).' A I'lutnhera'.TocU.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen UtoiiHilri, Paints, Oils, Varnihon, Limp flood and
General jMTei'oluiiKliHe. '
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & GIbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
K. It. Hknury, President it Manager.
lioiiFHKY Buown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opno. Mpreckcltt' Hunk, : ForlStrtet, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -: Crockery, -HGIassware,
Chandeliers, Elcctoliora, Lamps & Lamp FixturcH,
Paints, Oilri it VarnisltcH, Lard Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Cnp.s, Macliino-loadcd Cartridge), Chamborlain'a Patent; .
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING -:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Plow, l'lantern' Steel Hoes, and other Agricultural Implement,
HANDLES OP ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SDPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hart'H Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock for Pipe it Bolt Cutting,
Manila &. H'ibuI Rope, Rubber Hone,
Wire Bound Rubber Hoso, Spinoter-grip;
Sprinklers t Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Cartridgo Co.,
llartnuui'u Steel Wire Fonco it Steel Wiro Mat.s,
"New Process" Rope,
Win. CI. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges, Neat's Carriage Paints,
flate City Stone Filters,
Now Process" Twist Drills,
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John Eka, Vice-President.
Ukcil IJitow.v, Auditor.
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