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WEDNESDAY, FEII. 12, 1890.
Htuu MoUilll from Mololml
Hehr Aim y 1! Foster from KipiiiI
Kehrllcein finm livvn
Si'lir Mlllo Mouls from Koolnu
Slim- CI! Ulshop fioin Knnlnii
T ," uiiAmuRE8.
Fb 12 -SI
mi llu-witt for Uaiiiaktin :il 10 :i in
Schr Kaulihin fur bale
Seln .Mary for Ilnnnlcl
Stnu-.l A Cummins for Kooliui :il D :i
Schr IIcclu for JJwa
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
J-Jtmr Mnkollt for Moloknl nt S p in
Ktmr Pele for Ilnmiikiin nl 10 :i in
For Maul mid Hawaii, per Mmr V (J
Ihilli Feb 11: Finm tin.' Volcano Mr
lironln-roriiiiil wife, 1! M Lombard. 11
.1 ("Irlfifih, (jnl Paine, Air Kv.ui, I. S
f'.lffanl and wife, A O Bindlev, U' JI
Xolnii, Jl A Wilson, II a touu imil
wlfe.,IUs Jameson, iiml Air Dickson
anil Vifn. Froin Kona, Kan anil Lalia-liin:,ill.sl.(ii-clslil
Uihop of Honolulu,
1-red II Hapol(lcn. Miss lhivselden,
WalVr ltayelden, II Con tor, C! "0 How
Itr. i Dickson, lluvj.' W Sliui mnu ami
wlf, Airs N U Haley, .1 Ooeper, M
J'mveira anil wife, Kl.iNaliaolclua, Air
Apt, OFJloiiiei-nnd wife, Mbs ALA
Homer, ami CD deck.
Tor Kauai pr-i stun1 Allkaliala, Feb II
Inilro I, AlcCully, A 1 Peterson, A
Uosa, J V h'alua. U f'lciL'htoii. K Hop
Mus, WO Smith, W .1 Foil.es, U ,M
Wabli, JO 0 Damon and wife. 01- ltiito,
.1 Wlleoek and child. II F Favu, Ali
Hani-, c HWelK, Air llolllehncr, K
ICatura, .Folin ICnkina, .) U Hatonaha,
and -10 deck.
I'or Alaul per tiiii- Llkellke Feb 11 J
N'S Wlllluiiis.W II Cornwcll. II P Bald
win, Air-: w n Kerry, W l.alillahl,
('apt Thompson and !I5 deck.
Piom Aloloknl per tinr Alokolli Feb
1-' A 1 Kupai'liante, I" Jones and 1'2
'I he steamer W C! Hall brought yes
toidny a,2ti'i Imgf sugar, I'.t" bugs ootfeo,
Iii2 bags awa, "i'J head cattle, 1 i:i pack-
ages sundries, and 10 hides.
Tlii- stmr Alokolli brought this morn
big 7:1" bugs sugar and fin sheep.
The R-himuer Mniy F Foster arilved
lids morning from Ilanupcpn with 1,08."
bags sugar tor the bnrkO I) Bryant.
An eight-ton boiler from the Homo
1 ti In lion Work was shipped by the
sloainer Allkaludii ye-teiday aftcmoon
tor the J. Ihue Plantation.
The chooners Leahl apd Alllo Morris
have been hauled on the Alarlne ltall-
The bark S 0 Al'mi will sail for San
Francisco on Friday or Salurdiiy morn
ing with about 2H,000 bags sugar.
Xo less tlinn llfteen captains of thu
vai Ions meicliant vessels in port were
g.itheied at the Likelike whail yester
day afternoon to sou Capt Thompson off
on the Likvlikc.
A HAWAIIAN MISSIONARY.
Tho following credited to The
Churchman ii goiner the rounds of
the Ameiican press:
Tho Congregationalist Missionary,
(lie ltev. Elias Bond, has reversed
the order of things by giving money
to his denomination instead of re
reiving it from them. Ho is now
stationed in the Sandwich Islands,
and not only has wot ked for years
without receiving a stipend from the
Missionary Board, but has given
largely to its treasury, and has ac
tually supported other missionaries
in their several fields of labor. Re'
L'ontly lie has added to tho sum of
8100,000, which lie gavo for relig
ious and charitable purposes, by pre
4onting$10,000cach toBangor Theo
logical Seminary and Bowdoin Col
lege. Mr. Bond has learned the les
son which so few rich men ever do
learn "It is better to give than to
A flAMi: OARSMAN.
O'Connor was shown at Toronto
'-oine remarks made by Uanlan in a
New York paper to the effect that
O'Connor would tire at the end of a
mile if pushed. O'Connor is rather
annoyed nt the constant- disparage
ment, of hi1! staying powers by Ilan
l.iu and says he is willing to row tho
latter any distance from 100 yards
to 100 miles, and will bet hini S10,
000 to S.1,000 or any amount at 2 to
1 that ho can beat him.
Till: COI.OKEII QIT.STION'.
Senator Chandler's resolution for
information rcganWng the maltreat
ment, of a citizen of Indiana at
Aberdeen, Miss., at tho timo of Jeff
Davis' death provoked a lively do-t0a-.0
Jan- -1' Walthall argued
v against it, and turning to the pro
posed Federal control of elections
denounced the scheme, ITc said, in
substance, that he had no hesitation
in declaring that the South had al
lowed the negroes to get ruling
power. The North did not know
what negro domination meant. It
was the ruin of the South. If the
election bill was passed ho would
urge his peoplo to unite for safely.
Ttie outrage referred tolnthoresolti
lion was committed by a few people
and disapproved by tlc community.
AGAINST DUAL Sl'fiKCH.
Dalton McCarthy, M. !, has in
troduced in tho Dominion Parlia
ment his measure for tho abolish
ment of French as one of the ofllcial
languages it) the Northwest Terri
tory. IJo characterized Premier
t Murder of Quebec as a dangerous
- man whoso only aim is to have Now
Franco a separate ami distinct, na
tion in the province of Quebec. Tho
matter was sure to crcato a hot de-"balo,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS,
PAWiir, for Iioikcs Is ndveilised.
Oapt. t'hinuy oflcisn Not mini slab
lion for sale.
it. .1. br.vr.v holds his enidi
morrow nt 10.
Tin: Union Feed f'o.
II !IO o'clock to nioriow.
Ai'iKt. the Kofnim nominee, ia
(ilcoted UepioflPtilntiv'i for ICait.
.1. F. Moriiam mjIIi cargo of lumber
f i otii bark Ida nt mum to-innriow.
Tin: Ladies' Altar Society will meet
to-iuorrow ut Hiiro o'clock at Hie
Them: will bo a dancing patlyat
Hie residence, of lion. J, I. Dowsolt
Tin: Myitle Boat Olub ba given
up the intention of having n boat
race on Wmdiinglon'rt hiillulny.
money orders by
li:i will close at 'I
for fotcign postal
the flteamor Aiiiltu
Tin: National Herald has suspond
ed iniblication, and Hip icgiilar
weekly iisiie rif the Klole will bo io
ruined. Tin:o. II. D.wio.x & Co. in a full
column announce ii line new Mock
lecoivcd by the bail: Deanliold finm
Li vet pool.
A mckiixo of St. AiiiIipw'm C'alliP
dial congregation will bo hold to
moirow evoning to olppt'ohnicli w.u
(lens for the current yc.ir.
A rnxNKit will be given to Hon.
John Dillon and Sir TIioiiiiih I'm
nionde, at Hie Hotel thin evening, by
t lio Ii isti iPMilents of Honolulu.
S. B. Ko?i:, agent for tho Altilual
Life Insurnncr; Co. of New Yoilc, is
loupd again with voiy convenient
nirjinor.iiitln calendar blotters for the
Tun annual meeting of the Poiln
guesu Ladies' Charitnliln ABFOciation
will be held at one o'clock tiomoirow,
til the, lehideiice of Mitt, t'anavano,
127 lieu'taniiv street.
Hon'. John Dillon and Kir Thomas
Esmoiulu weie iicconipanicil tn l'oail
Hurbor vr-sterday by Mr. and AIis.
II. Alcliitosb.llon. C. J. AlcCaithy,
AIis. .lolin F. Bowler, and Alits (,'lnik.
Tin: Cl.Uo City Stone Filler, adver
tised by Hie Hawaiian Hatdware Co.,
can be seen in operation at llio.loie.
It has an ice chamber that holds its
water from mingling with the filtered
Ahi. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
ndvertiscs tho first of a series of art
lectures, to bo delivered by him at
Y. M. C. A. hall on tho 21st inst. Ho
will illustrate bis address by model
ing the bust of ii subject from the
audienco. It promises to be an in
structive and entertaining loctiue.
JovnnNMUNT offices ;md schools
woro closed to-day in honor of Ac
cession Day. The two banks closed
at noon. At twelvo o'clock ioynl
salutes were fired from the Knkaako
battery, II. B. M. S. Champion, and
the U. S. S. Mohican. These vessels
and the I'. S. S. Nipsic arc diost-cd in
honor of tho day.
Tm: Hawaiian Cable Co. has over
hauled at its factory near the Fish
Market 20 miles of impoitcd tele
graph cable, strengthening the cover
ing where required and testing the
insulation. Besides this tho factory
bns turned out six or seven miles of
its own make of cable. This aftci
noon the stowing of cable on the
schooner Catciina fiom the factory
tanks is begun. The making of cable
will bo resumed in a day or two. An
elaborate plant is employed and the
process is interesting.
Tiik Hawaiian Haulwate Com
pany (E. It. Hendry manager) im
ports llavilaml's Limoges China di
icet from Europe. It is very beauti
ful ware, hand-painted and in notty
shapes, and combines with richness
a modeialo price. There are, besides
dinneis, teas, etc.", toast beef, fish,
and ice cieani sots, all in attractive
tints and designs. Any dish broken
can be leplaced at the stoic. There
has been a inn on (bis w;uo ever
since it was exposed. Although tho
everyday household waio is icniaik
ably' low priced, thero aro goods to
grutifv ptincelv rlosires as well for
instance, tisb liets from $100 to tflfiO.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P,
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Drill Co. C Honolulu Billes, at
Services at Central Union church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:30.
nv i,. j. Lr.vr.r.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. m.,
when a variety of goods will bo of
fered, also horse, harness, and
nv ,i. r. mouoan.
Sale of lumber cargo bark Ida at
12 m. Sco advertisement.
T7LECTION Ba t Flshel's.
Xli Beaver Ilat, Oroy Plug
Steloon lliiti in grey, blncl; and brown.
WIEDACK or German Toast, very
.w,l frt it iKirnnl ta tiiwl vnl1 ioMlt
UIIUll ll'l UtBlHMIVOHM'l VI "JIMi
le at Hie "Kllto Ire Cream Parlorn.''
The Hiitffti- Trnfcl Men Al'ratil of
(Ii'linliint I'roftci-ullmi -A ftcrels
or for (lie American tteP.:iri',.
rjoircpondeneo of the Bulletin.
Sax FitAXCiseo, Jan. 31, 18HD.
This has been one, of the most re
maikable ncaions of lecord on the
Pacilir: Coast, and indeed all over
North Aiuoiiea. The winter has
been wild and open In the KaM and
on the Mississippi Valley, while it
has bepu unusually severe on the
Pacific Slope. The snonfall in" old
Sierias and the Shasta and Siskyou
langes has never been equalled
since Hie advent of while men. The
Orogai division of the Southern Pa
cific was blocked by snow for over ti
fortnight, and may not be open for
a month, while the Central Pacific
has been tied up between Colfax
and Reno for seventeen days, al
though an army of men and power
ful snowplows were employed day
and night fighting tho drilling snow.
Several trains of oats weie stalled at
various points along the snowed-in
section, but fortunately the general
health of the passengers and train
hands was good, and thero were few
casualties. Copious details ol the
blockade were published in the daily
press, the Examiner, with its accus
tomed eiiterpiie, sending one of its
most capable reporters to the ground
to report the facts tor general in
formation. The consequence has been seiioiH
lo business men ; but alter all this
was only an incident in the general
demoralization. Business lias been
practically at. a standstill. Since
October tho storm interfered with
outdoor employment, and there has
been an army of mechanics and
laborers nut of work. Retail store
keepers felt the, pinch llr-d, but
some time ago it reached the whole
sale houses. The weaker houses
feel the strain great ly, but the lead
ing houses, having a strong cah
backing, of course can afford to carry
their clients and wait for belter
times. In the country farm oper
ations have been suspended and
country storekeepers' are unable to
meet their engagements' as a rulo
and ask for an extension of credit.
This is thu dark side of the
storm. The bright side will be
shown when the great San Joaquin
valley is covered with w.ning grain,
anil orchards and vineyards are fla
grant with ripening fruit and ber
ries. As the snowfall in the moun
tains is unprecodcntcd the liver
and springs will be fed, ami there
will be no lack of water during the
summer. Famine is threatened at
South Dakota owing to the severity
ol the season. This is the fourth
bad year for Dakota.
Russian influenza, or la grippe as
the French call it, has badly de
moralized business in San Francisco
and throughout tho State. It is no
joke to have this disease, as it has a
pernicious tendency to pneumonia,
which is often fatal. Should the
germs strike Hawaii 3-011 will have
quite as formidable an epidemic as
measles to cope with. The Indians
are dying off like lottcn sheep even
as far north as Manitoba.
'iiir. si'fun Titi'vr ao.ux.
The Courts arc getting in their
work on the Trusts. Tho llavc-mcycr-Scarlcs
combine, known as
the Sugar Trust, continues in deep
water. It was selected by the
Commonwealths of New York anil
California to test the legal status of
trusts, because it dealt with neces
sary of life sugar. Its operations
embittered the cup of the poor, cur
tailed the pleasures of childhood,
and produced wide-spread misery
and disgust. Tho Standard Oil
trust did not attempt-to render life
wretched and intensif' the misery
of the poor as the Sugar Trust did,
hence it was not first attacked.
Public sentiment was against the
Sugar Trust, and as this sentiment
and law ran together the doom of
the Trust was sealed. It has fought
lite people step by step in the
Courts and through a subsidized
press with money stolen from the
.people; but there are symptoms
that the robber-chiefs aro losing
heart and arc preparing to lice from
tho wrath to come. The following
despatch is suggestive on this point:
New Yotk, January 23. The Su
gar Trust people were bustling
about Wall street to-day in a great
state of oxcilcmeiit, anil the sugar
firms who arc not in the combination
woro kept in wild uncertainty as to
what it all meant. The current ex
planation was that the local trustees
had decided to resign, fearing crim
inal prosecution, since the Supremo
Court, general term, has upheld tho
decision of. Judge Barrott, that tho
trust Is a conspiracy, punishable by
The Ilavefncycrs were reported
to have been summoned to Boston
to consult with the co-directors, and
it was said that they made no con
cealment of their intention to resign
their position in the trust. With
customary secrecy thoso who are in
a position to know declined to dis
cuss the matter.
nr.xiAi.s nv Tin: iiu'-t.
At the office of tho Sugar Trust a
general denial was put in. Theo
doro llavemeycr declined to say
onything further than that ho had
not gono to Boston and know noth
ing ' of his reported resignation.
Broker Council of Kdy & Connell,
representatives of tho anti-Sugar
Trust interest, said that the street
was full of rumors.
"We can never tell anything from
the rumors," said Mr. Connell,
HONOT.UCit, U, J., FEURLMIIY J, WUo.
"becftnio tltftv are ntwn out lo de
1 elve. Wo never know what to bo
John V.. Parsons, attorney for the
Sugar Tiust, smiled when he was
told of Hie reports.
"I always read what the. papers
say on the subject," said he, "be
ca'nso they give mo infoimatioii. I
never heard of there being any
danger of criminal piosocutiou, not
do I believe thero is any. My cli
ents ate, only trying to lind out what
the law is", and I have yet to learn
that this is criminal. I had heard
nothing of the Boston meeting, and
knew nothing of the resignation of
1111". DISlltlCT ATTOUMiV's i-oMriox.
At the District Attorney's ofliec
there was an ominous silence about
the trust. It is generally known
that all the details of the trust have
been put into the hands of Assistant
District Attorney Parker, and that
he is Investigating the subject.
Parker took up the question two
years ago when the trust was first
agitated,' but at the time there was
not enough proof. The Sugar Trust
people have fqrnishcd a great deal
ot testimony against themselves
since then and it is believed that
enough can be obtained lo convict
This Mr. Parson, is the same law
yer who assured llavemeycr & Co.
that their combination was lawful
anil that they had nothing to fear
from the Com Is. He, was wrong in
that advice, and he is probably
wronsr in respect of criminal pro
ceedings. There is no telling what
an outraged people may demand.
The Sugar Trust stands condemned
before Hie law as a
'r,rmif rnl rnii.
spiracv," and surely
tors aie liable to indictment and
punishment upon conviction. There
is not a pin's point of difference,
either in a legal or a moral aspect,
between the Sugar Tiust conspira
tors and the Boss Tweed ring. The
latter only operated locally, stealing
the funds of the taxpayers of New
York city; the former the Sugar
Trust laid their plans to 10b the
entire American people, and did so
successfully for about the space of
two years. The Courts and private
enterprise, backed by the sovereign
public opinion of the American peo
ple, arc knocking them out, and it
would sin prise no one if the leading
conspirators citltcr sought safety in
tlight or became dwellers in tho
HOT Al'Tf.K TIIK TKLSr.
The following despatch shows
that counsel for the people keep a
sharp lookout that the trust's law
yers do not steal a march and trans
fer the trust's assets to the Com
monwealth Sugar Corporation of
New York, January 21. The ap
plication of Henry Winlhrop Cay,
as receiver of the defunct North
River Sugar Refining Company, for
an injunction lo restrain the sugar
refining companies, otherwise known
as the "Sugar Trust," from parting
with any of the assets of tho trust,
was argued this morning before
Judge O'Brien in the Supreme Court
It was alleged by counsel for the
receiver that the defendants arc
about to transfer their assets to the
Commonwealth Company of Connec
ticut, a corporation in which the
employees of the trust arc interested.
In San Francisco affairs aro com
ing lo close quarters. By last mail
you were informed that Judge Wal
lace had issued nn injunction calling
upon the American Sugar Refinery
Company to show cause why it
should not bo wound up by a
receiver for the benefit of the share
holders, and the question was raised
in the letter "who aro tho share
holders?" This question has been
answered by the petition of the stock
holders against tho appointment of
a leeeivcr, as presented to the Court
on the 21st by the Trust attorneys.
Tlte.so proceedings were thus report
ed by the Examiner:
"The motion to appoint a iccciver
of the property ot the American
Sugar Refinery was argued before
Judgo Wallace yesterday.
"Attorneys Ptcrson nnd Mitchell
contended thai as the company's
charter had been annulled there was
nothing left to do but tn appoint an
agent of the court to sco that the
business is closed properly and that
tho assets are distributed according
"Attorneys Clarbor and Wilson
objected to the appointment of n
receiver. They presented a potillnu
signed by a the stockholders, ask
ing that the Board of Directors be
permitted to close tho company's
"Attorney Mitchell did nol think
theso men woro worthy of recogni
tion by the Court; that tlmy had
been found guilty of an unlawful
act, and that whatever they might
do would be as agents for lliu sugar
"The q'lteslion was taken under
consideration by tho Court.
"The names ot the stockholders
are: John E. Seniles Jr., John K.
Parsons, William Dick, Charles .
Ssnf, II. O. llavemeycr, Theodora
A. Havonieycr, Julius A. Sturbcrg,
Charles O. Foster, J. B. Thomas,
W. W. Montague, W. 11. Dimond,
R. II. Spnigito, Ilobcrl Oxnard,
Frederick W. Zeile, F. O. Matthie-
Tho signs are favorable for .1
liberal Shipping Bounty bill passing
Congress. Congressman Morrow,
of-San Francisco, has inltodnccd a
P.lll In tlirf Hou-.p uhiili follow n
Senator Fryp' bill pomew hat olo-rely,
but provides specific subsidies for
established American steamship lines
by name. Of these is the Oceanic
Steamship Company, which is so in
timately connected with the indus
trial and commercial development
of the Hawaiian gioup. It has been
.otttid polic on the pail of tho
Islands Kingdom in the past to at
tach itself to this company, which
bids fair, in the neat- fttluie, to be
one of the strongest steamship
nrgauiJlioiH in America, and as
Americans intend to do their own
ocean transportation this means a
great deal. Backed by an Ameri
can and Colonial "subsidy the
Oceanic Company will do more to
increase thu trade and develop the
resources of the Hawaiian Islands
than all other possible commercial
agencies. Hence the business pru
dence of continuing the existing
friendly relations witli that company,
both olllcially nnd otherwise.
Ocean steam navigation Is not now
conducted by the slip-shod methods
which prevailed even a decade ago.
To be successful a steamship com
pany requires perfect organization,
hacked by large capital and directed
by the most vigilant expert manage
ment. Small or slow steamers do
not pay. The, British ocean tramps
are being driven off the high seas
by powerful steamship organizations
which have been formed in England
during the past seven or eight years,
although perhaps the advantage in
cost of sailing is in favor of the
tramps. But individual effort can
not cope witli organised clfort ol a
thousand fold greater strength in
the aggregate", however effective in
a few instances it may be. It is
now the general policy of govern
ments and merchants to strengthen
the strongest ocean steamship lines
instead ol dissipating energy by en
couraging a multiplicity of small,
and necessarily weak enterprises.
Individuals arc hotter served, trans
portation is improved and cheap
ened, and lho public interest beat
promoted by this policy.
Tho unrli-i signed lmvlnj; boeii appoints!
agents lor the Hitwalisu lulnnils
For the Colebratol
Pi om the works of
Burnham, Parry, Williams Sl Co.,
Are now piepansl to give estimate.) nnd
receive order for tlit-io englneri, nt any
sle and style.
Tim Bw.nwi.s- f.ocoMonvi: Wounsnre
now nianufncturiiiji a style ol liorotuo.
tlvu particularly ndnpteil
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which hive recently been
leceivctl at iIiohr Islnnih, nnd we will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
aL'rnU unit uianaijcrd with ptiitieulars
Tho superiority of these Locomotives
over all of her uiiikea In not only known
hern but is, ncknnwh-dtn-d throughout
the Uuitid Htatev.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Amenta for Hawaiian Island''.
102 d.124 w.ly
JUST THE THING !
IW Samples free id all bending (ro.
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
M9 S. F. Agents. (tSt
NEW ZEALAND MULLET
VTKW Zenliuid Canned Mullet is rn.
X pldly crowding Bnliunu out of the
umrltct. Holu nciim for the celebrated
"Slur brand," me
.1. K. IIKOWX, . CO,.,
-108 I w Merchant street.
Views of the
The l: piitable shows figures cipr.il lo those of the national balnriCH
sheets of Rome very respectable-sized. State. The Insurance World 01
The Kquiluhlc Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It Is
unique, in its position mid marvelous in its icrord. Il occupies the, highest
place among kindred institutions. fThu Irish Insurance Banking and
It is no use disguising the fact that the Kipiitablo holds a "remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the Wot Id. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give. a belter contract than any other
company. "Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of stale insui.-mce in Germany compare what
is done by someot tho gi eat private Assurance Companion, by tho greatest
of tlicin all, for Instance, the Kipiitablo Life Assurance Society of the United
States. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Lite Olllces and therefore the large it in Uie.
World is the Kiptilablc Life Assurance Society of the U. S. fKalrplay of
The ofllcc that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal LIf
Insurance is the Kipiitablo Life Assurance Society of the V. S. London
Xew business in
lucome for 18S'J.
Sin plus ,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablc Life Assurance Socielv
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
I I.OIV JVI ISi 1-11 .S !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NKW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Oslv.uiied Fence Wiie, Black Steel Fence Wire, Galvanized Rtnplrv,
Ulack Staples, Special Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! '"&& tfSr NEW GOODS !
In all lines by Lite ai rivals. Agents for
IvtibluM- GuriltMi Hosts, Wiro Mound Hose, Sioain IIoho,
ok vr.uv summon QiiAi.m.
PACIFIC HAltDWAUE CO., (LV),
H. F. Du.linoiiam, J. 0. Si'ksckii, F. L. Winter,
hAii-G-90 President. Manager &. Secretary. Treasurer.
11 'IWWi 11 I
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
; PLANTATION WU1MJ,I IZhi,
Oiirponleiu', Illacksmilhs', Machinists' A. I'lunibein' Tool.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen 1'tcusiln, Paint", Oils, Varnishes, Titnp floods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, ' '"'
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
R. It. Hkkdiiv, President it Maiiugcr.
(jODi'itKV IIiiqwn, .Secretary it Tichaii-ci
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spi-eckeln' Huuk, : PorlStrot, Honolulu.
1MPOKTKUH and DKAT.KUS TN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, :- Glassware,
C'handolierH, KlcctolierH, L.unpa St Lamp Fixture?,
PaintH, Oils t Vain'iBheH, Lard Oil, Oylindnr Oil,
Powder, Sb'ot .tC'iipn, .Machine-loaded Cuitriilgcn, Olunibeil.iin'ii Talent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware,
PUv.s, Pl.uiterr.' Sit
Hart'H Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe ,fe Holt Cutting,,
Manila A. Sinai Itopo, K libber llo.-e,
Wiro Hound Rubber Hose, Spincter-giip;
Sprinkler A- Spiinhlor Stanib, ,
Union Metallic C'ailiidgo Co.,
Hiirtnian'i) Steel Wiro Fenco A Steel Wire Mais,
Win. (I. FMioi's Winnghl
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John Kna, Vico-Presldent.
Ci:cn. Hnow.s-, Auditor.
and other Agricultural IniplenieutH,
OF ALL KINDS,
"Now 1'roceSH Hope,
Uungeti, Neal'.i Carriage PaintH
"New PrixW Twist Drill,
Hurt'! Patent "Duplex" Diw BIocIih.