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MONDAY, FKD. 17, 1800.
Am likt Plunter, Dow, 21 days friiiu Salt
Am liLt Maty Wiiiki-lmaii, Dyiclim,
::." tlny-4 fiimi Central AiunrK'u
Stnir LILellkc from Mntil
Stmr I.t-hua fiom Mnul
Htnir Kllauea Hon from Ifntnukim
Am bkt S O Wilder, Uiltllilis, 20.'$ d.iys
from San Frmii'i'eo
Stlnr Mlkalinla from Kauai
Selirllcela from Koolau
Sclir Lenlil from Walalua
m tern F ,S Redlleld. lJlikholm, fir.
days from NewcaMle
Sclir Kaalokui fiom Kauai
Stmr Iwnlaul for Lnlialuii and llama-
kna at 10 a m
Stmr Kaala for Kllauea and Uanalel at
1 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Stmr Likellke for Maui at " p m
btuir Klnuu lorllilo and way ports nt
2 p in
.Stmr l.elma for Nun mid Iiakalnti p m
Stnir Kllauea Hon for Uononni and Pe-
peckuo at 0 p m
Stmr Mlkntiala lor Knuai at r. p m
Stmr.T A Ciimmlns for Koolau at!) a in
Stmr Wiilaleali) for N'awiliuill and
llaiiainniilu at ". p in
.Stnir.Inmi's Mtikccinr Kapanat " p in
Ilk Hcspcr for Fort Town-end
Selii-Luka for Hawaii
For the Colonies per It M 8 S Maii
po.u, Feb lu J Batrliulor, Mr and
Airs Gilibnrd, and J Hawsoti.
For Hawaii nor stinr Iwalanl, Feb 17
From Kauai perSUnr.Mlknliala. Feb
10 A Cropp'atirt wlfe,J Kalie, W Viae
.tf nliauer, Kd Alum'', Jno W Kalua,
Mrs Fori est, F Uutel.irann, arid tiii
Kiom Saw, FiwnjiUco pt-ttbkt" Mniy
Winkelnianrf, Fob 150 AVH Kins and
wife. Miss-Amy J King, K. M.ll and
( H KIiik, L DTonney, mid 3 others.
Fiom San Francl.wo per bkt S G Wil
der, Feb lC-iBr.HftU'.Mr Lincoln, II
Sims, mid B tjprdos, "
From Maul'per stmr Likellke; Feb 10
O l Wlldefaud wife,. All's Kimball,
Mis Cutler and 2 cliildren.j Mrs Kerry,
Mrs Ilauuna, II Kolomoku and wife, J
Cuuuingliiiiii, J J Hughci, Kikoo, Mrs
Campbell, Tuck Lung Choii and -17
The steamer Likellkc brought 3871
nates sugar and 55 pkgs sundries.
'i'lie bark Hcspcr, Capt Ryder, will
sail to-morrow afternoon lu ballast for
w The barkentlncs Kllkllat and Wrestler
sailed from Kahulul Feb VJtli with full
turgocs of sugar for San FraneKeo. A
close race Is anticipated.
The schooner Luka brought 1500 bags
sugar from Hawaii on Satin day.
The schooner Kaalokal liroua.li C50
bags augar and 70 bags lice from Kauai
The American bktne S G Wilder.Cap
taln T II Orltllths, arrived yesterday
evening, 202 days from San Francisco
with general cargo.
The bktue Quickstep arrived at Hllo
from Sau Francisco on Feb. 7.
The steamer T.chtia brought 2100 bags
sugar from Kahulul, and the Kllauea
Hon 3C0O from Uakalau.
The steamer Mlkahala brought 3590
bugs sugar, 103 hides, 50 bgs rice, and
M head cattle.
The American tern FS Keddcld, C.ipt
Unkholm, arrived to-day 55 days from
Newcastle, N S W, with 7G:i tons coal to
ship's account. She is at anchor in the
VALENTINE On Wednesday, Janu
ary 8, 1890, nt .Bethel, Maine, of
paraljsis, Mrs. Emily B. Valentine
(nee Chapman), step-mother of Mr.
Louis T. Valentine, of Honolulu.
VALENTINE-On Tuesday, December
111, 18&0, in New Yoik City, of heait
disease, Louis Edwin Valentine,
Mieond son of Mr. Louis T. Valen
tine, of Honolulu.
IIORNEIt In Alameda county, Cal.,
on January 20, 1890, Sainh Horner,
mother of John M. Horner, of Ha
liiakua, Hawaii, aud William Y.
Uorupr, Sen., of Lahalua, Maul,
aged 01 year and C clays.
MORRIS At Walkapu, Maud of Maul,
February 11, E. A. Morris, a native
of New York State, aged 15 years,
1 month, 11 days.
CATTEUMOLE-lu Ilford, England,
Frederick Cattermolc, belovud son
of Mrs. W. C. Roe, of this city, aged
NOT FOR HIS OWN BENEFIT.
Major John was a stalwart.riuUly,
mi(t(Uoagc gentleman, fond of good
clothes and good cheer. He had
the habit of going into the village
tavern about 11 o'clock in full dress
and taking his repast alone in great
dignity, with something to drink as
well as eat. One morning, some
where near 1830, the parson, who
was about on a temperance mission,
found him nt table, surrounded by
"Major John," lies said, "I wish
you would sign this temperance
pledge, npt oi course nccause you
nccd'it, but far the bcheQt of the
vising generation, you know."
'(Certainly, parson," said Major
John. "Bring me a pen, land
lord." Ho the Major wrote his name in a
hold'hand ; aud the parson went his
way rejoicing for tlio new sheep in
tho temperance fold. 15ut the very
next week the parson, in that very
same tavern, found Major John at
the very same tabic, taking, his
breakfast, and with not otic bottle
"Why, Major," he cried, "you
signed the temperance pledge JasL
1 "Wo I dill, parson," says Major
John j "but then I did it, you know,
for tho benefit of the rising generation."
LOCAL & GENERAL riEWiJ.
Hr.eoNiMiANi) phncUm is for bhIc.
A KiitUTtoN is wanted
as u book
A. FniiNANiii: lias a small cottage
to let or lease.
Mit. 11. ('. Hainlicld, utti&l, is
eciiotisly ill at the Ojii'0n's Ilopitul.
V. K. Itowr.i.t. iicts for II. Hii'iucii
Kchni'iiler under power of attorney.
Hawaiian Lodge, F. it A.
meets to-night fur woik in the
('. J. Kimiiim. iiiinoiincei a new
stock of Indies' bats al tin1 Leading
Nativks brought many canoe
loads of bananas into potion Haltu
day, fiom the wrecked steamer F.wh's
A nkv double team belonging to
Hustaco A Uobcrtson caused n slight
commotion on Queen btiiiet this
afternoon by trying lo run away.
Mn. Thos. J. King lias letired from
the firm of King Bins., and the busi
ness will be. conducted henceforth by
Mr. W. C. King under the old name.
TitK Valentine .Social which was
postponed from Friday, will be held
Tuesday evening (weather pennit
ting), in the Y. M. C. A. hall at 7 :'M)
Mr. l'n nl Ueubeig, Jr., has just
impoitcd a jack and two tallious, all
of superior bleed. These animals
are at present at Waialue, and are
either for sale or for service other
wise. Mu. L. T. Valentine received news
of a double bereavement by last mail.
His second son died in New York
city, and bis step-mother at Bethel,
Me. Particulars appear in the obi
Mn. Call Widemann brought homo
with him fiom Hydnoy two wbei lies,
twins in make, 22 fcot in length and
3 to I feet wide. They are to lie seen
nt (he Myrtle Club's boathousc, form
ing a notable addition to the line
flotilla of pleasure boats kept there.
Tiik outward morning train on the
Oiilut Bailway bad to back into town
f loin Puuloii, owing to suveral wash
outs on the track. At one culvert
crossed over tho timbers were carried
away and only the fish plates in the
rail joints supported tho engine and
the cars. The rnils were temporarily
braced up for the train to letiirn
The excitement attending the re
cent elections has parsed away.
Business men have lcsumed their
customary avocations, and endeavors
U entrap the niniblo dollar as it
whisks past have again become tho
order of the day; whilst tho New
Zealand mullet sold by J. E. Brown
it Co. continues to hold first place
Saturday afternoon .las. L. Toi
bcrt distinguished himself, not for
tho lirst time, the same way, by stop
ping a runaway. When riding up
Palace Kijuaie in a back ho saw a
hotse luuuing in the opposite diiee
tion with an empty brake. He
jumped out of the hack without
waiting for it to stop, and seizing the
reins of the runaway held on till he
brought it to a standstill at No. 1 en
Mr. John Reilly wishes to publicly
thank Dr. Cotdeiro of the IJ. S. S.
Nipsic for his kind attention to him
when brought ashore from the
wrecked strainer Ewa. He also
wishes to thank Messrs. Ed. Howsctt
and W. Dimond for their prompt as
sistance, also the man-of-war sailors
who went to the rescue of himself
and the crew. Ho is, moi cover,
deeply grateful to Mr. Henry Gibbs,
keeper of tho Quarantine Station,
for the comfortable bed provided for
him there a nil other attentions.
EVENJS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. aud A.
M., at 7:00.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
Hand concert at Kmma Square,
Chief Justine Judd sits at Cham
bers this week.
The Chief Justice this morning
decided the case of L. Ahlo vs.
Anitt, Awong, and Alio ; assumpsit,
8-11)2, jury waived April term, 1880.
Judgment was given for plaintiff,
for 8181.50 and interest from Feb.
9, 1889. W. 1. Castle for plaintiff ;
no appearance of or for defendants.
Mr. Justice Bickcrton heard plea
in bar of contestant, Mrs. A. Haa
lelea, on petition of J. Kaae to re
voke will of ' the late Kealiiahonui,
and reserved decision. C. L. Car
ter for peiitioncr j J. M. Davidson
for Queen lvapiolani ; F. M. Hatch
for Mrs. Ilaalelea, a contestant.
Six persons forfeited 150 bail, one
pleading gtlilty was fined $0, and
two wero reprimanded, all for
drunkenness, this morning.
M. Filler and Geo. Courtney were
lined 8.r.10, and Joe Andrews and
Peter Pcdros forfeited S10 for
jointly disturbing quiet of the night.
G. M. AVolters alias A. Costa wa9
repriuianded, for assaufthig llattie
Long,' ' '
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL i.'d columns, purely local miittti
Mailed to foreign countries, ffi per
Iterrptlon ol' Thro. If. UnvleH liy
r.miilo.vcm of the Honolulu Iron
Y. M. (J. A. hall was nearly llllcd
Saturday evening witli the employees
of the Honolulu Iron Works and
llicir wives and children. They
wero gathered to welcome Mr. Then.
II. Davies, pir.Mdcnl of the com
pany, who relumed from lCngland
after two years' absence, a week
previous on the steamer .ealamlia,
having come by way of India and
Australia. Ili3 &011 Give, who ac
companies him on tliis visit, was al
the reception. The little boy who
left hero has grown in the two years
into 11 tall and wiry youth.
Mr. Alex. Young, manager of the
works, presided. After staling the
object of the meeting he called on
Mr. J. F. Gillltlan to make the
address of welcome.
Mr. Uitflllau said it was the iirsl
lime he had ever addressed a pub
lic audience, lie extended a cor
dial welcome to Air. Davies on be
half of the woikmcn ot the Hono
lulu Iron Works. lie gave reminis
cences of tlic dilliculties through
which this great local industry had
passed, including the burning of the
works some years ago. latterly,
through the enterprise of Mr. Davies
and his associates, and the energy
and inventive genius of the super
intendent (Mr. Young), the estab
lishment was lu a position to defy
even the competition it constantly
met from the iron manufacturers of
the United Stales and Kuropc. Mr.
Davies' kindly interest in the work
ingmen strikes a tender chord in
their hearts. The speaker never
knew a body of workmen more in
harmony with each other and with
their employers. The older work
men he thought were willing to
assist tlic young men in acquiring
skill, and he believed that this was
what the superintendent desired.
Geo. Barker gave a song and in
response to .1 loud recall another
one. Mr. Young, introducing a
chorus of thirteen Hawaiians, spoke
of the clllcieucy of tlic native work
men. There were a few of tlicm in
the works who held their own with
any white man. Tlic Hawaiian
boys then sang "Aloha Oe" so well
that they had to give another native
song. J. Dixon, blacksmith on lr.
S. S. Nipsic, introduced song and
banjo, with fancy nourishes on tlic
instrument that proved him an ex
pert. Loud applause called him
back and almost compelled a third
effort. Ex-policeman Dole of gigantic
form next appeared on the platform.
He gavo a masterly performance on
the llute which had lo be repealed.
Geo. Ilitnam, pianist for his com
rades, sang to his own accompani
ment; Hugh Scunlon gave a song;
W. V. Lockwood, a banjo solo, fol
lowed by a song with banjo ; R. C.
Montcaglc, accompanied by Miss
Castle 011 the piano, a song; II.
Wicks, a song all being encored.
The chairman added Mr. Davies to
tlic programme for a song, and the
call was cheerfully obeyed.
Mr. Davies tlien delivered his ad
dress. Looking round the room he
could answer a familiar question by
saying that he considered life was
woilli living, lla thanked God when
he saw so many people looking to
ward him willi regard. Wherever
lie had gone round the world his
thoughts had come back to this hall.
Ho had in his olllcc in Liverpool tlic
picture of the Iron Works group
witli himself stuck up in tlic middle
witli their gold cane. Then, when
he went to Paris and ascended tlic
Eiffel tower and saw all the sights,
nothing made him prouder than to
sec the features of his friend Gilfil
Ian and of all the rest of them, and
he could astonish his mends by tell
ing them his pot trait was hung up in
the Exposition. Referring to Mr.
Gilfillnu's boast that the works could
defy competition in sugar machin
ery, he humorously described a su
gar mill he was shown in India. It
was carried into a cotton mill for
him to sec. Mr. Davies spoke of
the independent position mechanics
occupied these days, saying that Mr.
Watson, who has such largo inter
ests in these islands, was sending
his son to learn tho mechanical part
of the iron business. He referred
with feeling to the death of Mr.
Webster while he was away ; also
to the feeble condition of Mr. W.
L. Green, who had come to the re
lief of the Iron Works in one of
those straits mentioned by Mr. Gil
lillan. Mr. Davies urged on the
men the importance of leading right
lives, and hoped they would boycott
the new grogshop going up near tlic
wot Its. Concluding, ho said one of
his greatest enjoyments in England
was to hear his boys play their taro
patch fiddles and sing the songs of
Hawaii. They should leach their
boys tlic ways of righteousness. lo
accepted their worda. of, welcome be
cause they came from their hearts
and went lo his heart.
Mr, Young in the name of the
Iron Works Company thanked those
who had contributed to the enter
tainment. Refreshments from the Elite Ico
Cream Pallors wero served, and
about ten o'clock the pleasant party
CATCHESHIM COlNC OUT.
"Why do you have such i com
plicated lock on your front door? A
burglar can get in just as easily
with that as lie could witli a similar
"That's very Into. Any burglar
can get in, but woe be unto him
v lion he tries to get out. Why, it
takes me four minules to unfasten
Hint door from the Inside,"
ilONOl.m.ll, 11. 1., 1.13
THE ROWIHQ EXHIBITION.
O'Connor lleliteil In u Iture AVI Hi a
The Myrtle Boat Club's house
was comfortably .thronged Saturday
afternoon, with members, their
lady friends, and others, to see W.
O'Connor's rowing exhibition. Tlic
warships, merchant vessels, and
wharves had also crowds of onlook
ers. Crews from Hie Myitle Club
were nlloat al the hour appointed,
3:30, in their boats the Alice M.
mid tlic Sltunger, six-oared, and the
Alf. Rogers, four-oared.
O'Connor shortly s.fterward
launched his shell a lutniNotuc one
of Spanish cedar, covered with oiled
silk, weighing 28 pounds, and hav
ing near each end a short keel piece
of thin brass plate. The oarsman is
a stout, muscular man, height ft ft.
101 in., weight 19f lbs. When he
got into his sliell Hie Myrlle crews
pulled away rapidly toward tho head
of tlic harbor, and O'Connor follow
ed them pulling an easy stroke l.nt
not taking a straight course.
In a few minutes Hie red shirts of
tile Alice M. reappeared round the
corner of the Inter-Island wharf,
and O'Connor in pursuit showed
that Hie nice was in progress. The
crow consisted of Alf. W. Carter
(stroke), Carl Widemann, Alex.
Lyle, E. Wodehousc, Alex. Robert
son, Jus. Sptnccr (bow), and Clias.
Herrick (coxswain). Tlic Myrtles
were leading and steadily in
creasing the gap between them
and Hie sculler. At the turning
buoy beyond the boathousc they
wejc two or three lengths ahead.
O'Connor gained nothing but rather
Inst on the home stretch, and off the
Inter-Island wharf upset his shell
and plumped into the water. He
soon lighted the boat and returned
witli a steady but not a lively stroke
to Hie boathousc.
After the Myrtles and their guest
had rubbed themselves down and
redressed, they repaired to the
rooms upstairs. Mr. W. T. Mon
sarrat called Mr. O'Connor forward
aud, with an expression of hope that
he would be wclcained a victor on
his return from tho Colonies, pre
sented him witli a purse 'of 8100
wrapped in the colors of the club.
Mr. O'Connor in replying said he
had not expected to meet such a fine
boat club "so far from civilisation."
Tlic crew was the first one of ama
teurs that had ever been able even
to hold him. He was not in practice
and the rowlocks of his new boat
worked stillly, but he hoped on
his return to be in belter condition
forgiving them a race.
Three c'icer.s and a tiger were
given for O'Connor and members of
the club assisted him in wrapping
up his sliell and then carried it round
to Hie steamer Mariposa.
O'Connor in conversation with
our reporter ssid he had no races
fixed in Australia. He would issue
a general challenge and, to secure
the championship, would probably
have to meet and beat Kemp, Mat
tcrson, and Stansbury. To a mem
ber of the Myrtlo Club he said lie
was not well when defeated by
Searle. He only weighed l.VJ lbs.
and, although holding the now la
mented champion a mile, had not
the staying power to keep up his
The Royal Hawaiian Baud will
play thiscvcning at Emma Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tlic programme:
March Dellllr I.ehuhardt
Overture Frolicsome Student. ..Suppe
Waltz -Laura Millocker
.Selection Pinafore Sullivan
Poll Puineha, I.Ike a 110 like, Main i ke
Selection Irish Melodies.
It.illiul La Piilouia
Walt. Kate Kearney
ASH WEDNESDAY AND LENT.
Next Wednesday, February 19th,
is Asli Wednesday the 1st day of
Lent. Ash Wednesday, is a day of
public penance and humiliation
through the whole church of God ;
so called from the ceremony of
blessing ashe3, wherewith the priest
signs the pcoplo with a cross on
their forehsads, giving them this
wholesome admonition, "Remember,
man, dust thou art, and into dust
thou shalt return" (Gen. Hi 19),
to remind them of llicir mortality,
and prepare them for the holy fast
of Lent; the ashes arc made of the
palms blosscd the Palm Sunday be
fore. On Ash Wednesday" low
masses at G and 7 a. 111., and im
position of ashes during the whole
Lent is called in Latin Quadrage
sima, because it is a fast of forty
dtiys ecopt Sundays, instituted by
the church in a grateful commemor
ation of Christ's lasting forty days
in tho desert. In these islands, only
tho Fridays and Holy Saturday are
days ot fast and abstinence during
Lent. Every Friday of Lent, the
stations of the cross p. 111.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. H.
rpiIRHK will lu a inei'tlug of Ha.
i wnllitn L.odf-0 No. HI, V. & A. M.,
at Its If ill, corner of Fort and Queen
slicets, THIS (Mondav) HVJ.MN.J,
February 17lli, 1BU0, at 7s:i0 o'clock, tor
Work in tho 1st Degree.
Membus of Lodge lo 1'inius uiul nil
sojourning Urctliifii aie liatettiiilly in.
vlli'd to be piebcnt.
Uyoidei of Hie W. M.-.
T. L I'OItTKIl,
10 u rh'fri'iuiy.
HlJAliV Jt, 189U.
PORTUGUESE LADIES' CHARITA
At Hie annual meeting ot Hie
Portuguese Ladies' Cliarilablo As
sociation tho olliccrs were rc-clccted
for the ensuing year as follow :
Mrs. M. do S. Canavarro, Presi
dent. Mrs. E. S. Ctinha, Vice-President.
Mrs. R. Rodrigucs, Secretary.
Mr. E. Hutchison, Treasurer.
The lollouing is a summary of
tins finances of tho Association for
the thirteen months to Jauuaiy 31,
(loveiiiment subsidy $ IK! fi.V
Subscription fiom 2 Poitti-
guesc newsp.ipeis 99 2.")
Monthly dues loS !)
Donations HI 50
lnteicst , . ..j 00 00
Balance 11(59 fill
lloxpilal bills J7(i 00
Doctors and medicine.... 7(5 oO
Assistance for passages of
invalids -10 00
(lioceiies, clothes, etc., and
louts 7:i0 (Hi
On hand 1st Jan., 188!). .$1,878 22
IteceipN for 111 month". 7ii.'l (i0
Expended in HI months .. $1,1211 It!
Bal.ince 011 liiiud $1,508 (5(5
Note at (5 per cent.,$ 1,000 00
In Post. Saw Hank
eruciruiteiest) . .i0(5 00
hands 2 (i(5
A PINK Norman
broken to carriage or
-- sound; a bargain.
For pnrticuhus inmiirc of
470 if Cact. CLUNKY.
TO LET or LEASE
jifti ( Young street, opposite
fliJLji J Ice Works, a iimall
IHBMI Cottage containing 4 rooms;
large stable and yard, artesian water
Inid 611; ery desirable forhttck or dray
ImainiMH. Apply to
At K. O. Hall & Son.
WM. K. KOWKLL will act for me
under full power of uttoruey
during my abience fiom the Klnudom.
Honolulu, Feb. in, 1890., 480 lw
rpilO.S. J. KING having this day, Feb.
X ruiiry I, 1M), sold his interest in
the business of King Brother?, dealers
in fancy ijonds and artiit'-i materials, on
Hotel street, Honolulu, W. ('. King will
continue to carry on the business on lib
sole account, under the firm name nl
"King Urns," and will collect all
amounts due, and pay all claims against
the li mi of King Urns, from and after
the above mentioned date.
W. C. KINO.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 18U0. 480 lw
Oalui IJuilway & Lnml Co.
rpiIK first annual meeting of the stock.
J. holders of the Onhti Hallway it
Land Co. will be held nt the ntlice or
the Company on WEDNESDAY, Feb.
21), 1890, at I) o'clock is m for the the
tlon of olllceis and transaction of any
other important business.
W. O. ASHLEY,
Secretary 0. 11 &, L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 0, 1890. 47!t td
A I.AIIC.K CONSIOS.MKST Ol'
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
UNION FEED CO.
-roit sai.i: nv 1111:-
Views of the
Tlio lvtiltnblp, shows llgurcs equal to those of the national Imlajicc
sheets of some very rosicctablosl.cd States. Tlio Insurance World of
The Kquilablo Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It is
unique in Its position and marvelous in Its iccord. It occupies tho highest
place among kindred institutions. fTho Irish Insurance Hanking and
It is no use disguising the fact that tlic Kqullable holds 11 remarkable
position among the Insurance olllces of the Worid. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give i a belter contract than auy other
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi tiie pitiful system of state insurance in Germany compare what
is done by some of the great private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of llierti all, for instance, the Kquilablo Life Assurance . Society of the United
States. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllces and therefore tlic largest in the
World is the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. Kairplay of
The oflicc that has done tlic most in promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance is the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of tlm U. S. London
New business in 18SII
Income for 1880
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilablo Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan 1-DO
Pacific Hardware Co., L d,
XJFfcOTVtOIVO: EJKtS !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(isilvanied Pencil Wiie, Black Steel Fence Wiie, Galvanized Staples,
Black Staples, Special Quality Fcneo Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -w fSr NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrival". Agents for
Rubber Garden Hose, Wire Bound Hose, Steam Hose,
Of VKRY BUI'KKIOK QUALITV.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
B. F. DlM.INO.IIAM, J. O. Sl'ENCKll, F. L. WlNTKIl,
jan-fi-OO President. Manager & Secretary. Treasurer.
CASTLE" & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
C.iipeiileis,l Blacksmiths', Machinists' fe Pliunberfl' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jajne & Sons Family Medicines.
K. R. IlKKtntr, President .V Manager. John Kna, Vice-President.
(lOiintKY Bkown, Secretary A Treasurer. Ci'.on. Ituow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opii.8ireckelH'lliuik, : Fort;8treet, Honoluln.
IMPORTERS nnd DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:- Glassware,
Chandeliers, Electnlicrs, Lamps & Lamp Fixtures,
P.iiuts, Oils & Vniiiidbes, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot & Caps,Iaehine-loadeil Cutridges, Chaniberlaiii'8 Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHINGr-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Planter.' Steel Hoes, and other Agiicullur.il Implements,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ot EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe Sc Holt Oultinx,
Manila A, Sisal Hope, Rubber Hose,
Wire Hound Rubber Hose, Spineter-grip;
SprinkleiH &. Spunkier Stands,
Union Metallic Ciutridj'e Co.,
lliiitmuii's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wiro Mais,
"New Pioeess" Rope,
Wm. fl. Fishei's WioiiKht Steel Ranges, Neal'a Carriage Paints,
Gate City Slone Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov'JilK'.) II111 I'm Patent "Duplex" Dio Blocks.
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