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TUESDAY, FEB. 18, 18S0.
no i i.s -
I law bl. W IMJmlfrey. DiibtO, 17'... ilayi
from S:iii FraueiM'n
Am leru Kvn, Wlkuiau, S days fioin
Kehr Mnl Wnhiiic from Knhnhilclc
Ktuir Llkcllkn for Mntii al . p m
fcjliur Kliinu for Hllo ami way ports al
2 it ni
Stmr l.ehtia for Nun ami Ilnkiilau " p m
Stmr Kll.iucn Hon for Lloiioinu ami IV-
pcekco at. f p mi
Stmr Mlknhala lor Kauai at ' p m
Ktmr.T A Cummins fun Koolau at ! a m
.stmr Wuialeale for Nawlllulll ami
llaii.imaiilii at r. p m
.Stmr James Mukec for Kapaaat :'. p m
Hrhr l.uku for Hawaii
Selir Kaalnkal for f.ab.ilna
lt!c Hipper for Port Towneiul
For Maul ami Hawaii per .stmr Kltiau,
Feb 18 For Volcano: II O Lyon, A
Broscnu, Mls. Shaw, Miss flarilon. .1
.t Williams, N it Baker ami wlfi', Mrs
Meyers, Ml-s II Low Is, Mls Stowc,Mlss
O'Brien, Mrs Taliim, Miss Dcliica ami
Mr Dcluea. For wnv pmt: K llngarel,
l)r l.undy, Then ll unvle, 01ic Da
vies, A Young, 11 llnlstciii, Mrs K D
Tennev, Mrs M i: Tenuey, V V Bru
ner, (J Ij Wight.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Haw brat (Jen II Douglass, .laenbsen,
for .San FrancKco at 10 ii in
Hehr Mol Wahlnc for l'muillo
Tin' American tern Bva, Capt J O
Wikuian, ui rived tills morning, til) days
fioiiiKmeka, wltli L'7O,0L'!l feci lumber
for Messrs Lewcrs & Cooke.
Tbo Hawaiian bark W J! C.mlfrey.
Cupt R Dabel, arrived U1I3 morning, 174
days from San Francisco with general
cargo, v' .
The schooner Mol Wablnc brought
J000 bags sugar this morning from Ko
halalelc lor I lie schooner Olga.
The American barkeullue Mary Wln
kclman, Captain Dyrcborg, arrived on
Saturday, 3 days ftoin Chauiperlco,
Central America, with 80 tons of sand
as ballast. Fred Harrison, the inanu,
has purchased the sand. The Mary
Wlukelman was L'S.daVn to Hawaii, and
thence to port s days. She. loads sugar
for San Francisco. "
The Hawai an brlgantlne Geo 11
Douglass, Captain .lacobeu, will all
lorSau FraneKeo on Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
'Jim American barkcutine Planter,
Captain F A Dow, arrived nu Saturday,
Jl days from San Francisco with gen
eral merchamlNc; also 111 horses, ami a
mule for 1. Isenberg. She Is consigned
to Mesrs. II. Haekfeld & Co.
The steamship Australia sailed on Sa
turday afternoon for San Francisco with
17,r7:i bags sugar, IBM bags rice, -'-'UG
hides, rjoo goat and sheepskins, s:i bags
wooffee, and GlOt bnchs bananas. The
'.Ippers were: W Cl Irwin & Co, lL',r.42
tags .sugar; HA Wldemauu, 50:11 bags
sugar; Hawaiian Itauatia Co, 300 bnchs
bananas; C 1. Hopkins, li.'iG bnchs bana
nas; Campbell, Marshall A' Co, 0,(WS
linens bananas. Domestic value, $1:18,-
IIAftSlN'GKR Xear San .Too, Santa
Clara Co.. Jan. 2$, Mrs. Eunice
JIasslngor, aged 84 years, mother of
John A. Hassingcr, of Honolulu.
Two crcm cases of assault and
battery were tried together this
morning. Knkane and Win. Kainoa
were charged witli assaulting Ah
Kau and Sai Mau, and these two
were charged with assaulting a
native-woman named Keawe. '."he
native men came to her rescue,
when one of the Chinamen was
threatening to hit her with a ham
mer. She said he did hit her on the
vrjt. It was all about a dog at
which the woman threw a stone,
when one was walking across the
1'alama rice fields. The Chinamen
put in evidence an advertisement in
the Bumxtik ("for the benefit of
all") allowing the fields to be forbid
den ground. There was nothing in
the books, however, to show that
they were authorized to defend their
entitles by means of hammering
trespassers, and Judge Foster fined
All Kan and Sai Man 20 and $2.80
costs each. Katnoa was proved to
have been alJsent while the row was
in progress. Kakanc was found not
guilty. S. K. Kane appeared for
the natives ; W. K. Castle for the
Ah Pan paid 83 for selling goods
without license. One case of drunk
enness left a forfeit of $11. A nativo
deserting contract service was order
ed to return. One Chinese, opium,
and seven, gaming, were remanded.
, NOTES FROM NORTH BORNEO.
II. M. S. Hyacinth, now in Sing
apore, proved herself a welcome and
a useful visitor at Sandakan, as we
learn from the account of her call at
that port given in tho Dritish North
ltorne'o Herald: Captain Craigie
undertook, while at SandaUan, to
demolish the Munition Hock. This
was successfully accomplished on
the afternoons of the 27th and .'10th
November by the ship's divers, with
tlynauillo and gun cotton ; and so a
constant source of danger to the
Hhlpplng was forever removed.
Tho following is from tho British
North Horneo Ilerald of )eccmber
lsti Ollicial information lias beep
received that If. M. ships have re
fieived orders that the British North
jjofiieo (lag is to be salute) with
twelve guns in future. This rccog-
: nitlon of British North Borneo by II.
M.'h government as an independent
Male will strengthen the position of
the company' government in many
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A.Nornr.n lino day.
A Hi:roNi-iiA.vi brake is wanted.
Vai.kntinih lost in the (dorm Fii
day may bo lccoveicd at Y. M ('. A.
Tin: postponed Valentino Social of
Hie Y. V. ('. T. I will be held al
Y. M. ('. A. ball thin evening.
WAi.rr.it l(y water gives notice that
be has bought Hie inleicsl of Manuel
Vieia in Urn llononiti stoic, Ililo.
Tin: Tost Ofl'ie" will despatch n
mail to the Coast by the (ieo. If.
Douglass, (o-nioriow, the mail closing
al i) o'clock a. in.
I.KWIH .1. Levey will on March 1st
sell the cottage, lately his own icsi
deuce, on Kichard.s stieel, nppo-dlc
the Hawaiian llnlel.
Tin: annual meeting of tho Inter
Island Steam Navigation Co. will be
held Tuesday, .Match Oth, at the
company's ollice on Queen street.
Tin: now beach road to Waikiki is
graded beyond Mauhfield, or to a
point, below Deputy Marshal Hop
kins' residence on the Waikiki road.
It was Dr. Bradley of the V. S. S.
Mohican, not Dr. Cordeirn of (he
Nipsic, who attended on the engineer
of tho Hteanier Kwu at. the (Juatantino
Mil. Lyon and his Bayinond-Whit-conib
excursion parly left for the
Volcano by the. steamer Ivinaii. Mr.
Williain.s the photographer accom
Tin: grading for'lhe extension of
the Oahu railroad from Mauaiia, the
present terminus, to Ilounuliiili is
being rapidly pushed forward. Sev
eral s(iiads of men are at woik.
Miss, (iulick, mother of Major C.
T. dnliek, leached her 815th biithday
on Satuiday last. The venerable
lady is in the enjoyment of good
health and the posscstnou of a stiong
and active mind.
Asn Wednesday services al St.
Andrew's Cathedral will be celebra
tion of holy communion, (!:ll() a. in.;
matins and comminution service, '.)
a. m.; Hawaiian evensong, I! p.m.;
evensong and addiess, f p. in.
II. B. M. S. Champion will leave
for a cruise round the islands Thurs
day morning. It is said that the
minstrel troupe of the ship will give
ii concert at the Opera House on her
return, for the aid of some local be
In making appointments for the
latter pai t of the week, remember
the illustrated lccltue on art of Mr.
A. Hutchinson, sculptor, Friday even
ing in tho Y. M. C. A. hall. It is
bound to be interesting as it is wholly
novel to this community.
It was James Wright and not
Henry Cibbs who made things com
fortable for Engineer Iteilly at the
Quarantine Station. James also gave
nearly all bis clothing to the ship
wrecked crew of the Ewa. He is one
of thoso men who never think of
their own comfort when others are in
Tilt: Bulletin Sumniaiy issued to
day is an interesting one, and ought
to bo included in foreign budgets by
the Douglass' mail to-morrow. It
contains late election returns, full
reports of the Dillon reception, the
rowing exhibition, and the reception
to Mr. Davies, besides agieat variety
of other local news.
EVENT8 THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Hilles,
Excelsior Lodge No. I, 1. O. O.
Valentine Social, Y. W. C. T. l,
at Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:.'10.
THE LATE FAIR.
The fair held at Arion hall on the
30th of January, in aid of the St.
Vincent de Paul Benevolent Society
realized total gross receipts of Sl,'-283.-ir,
received from the several
tables as follows :
Fancy table, Mrs Bowler and Mrs
Fancy tabic, Mrs .1 A Itodauet
and Mrs. Cowes 10
Hawaiian table. Mrs. L. Wilcox. L'OS
Flower stand, Mrs. Douglas 1:J2
Grab box, Mrs. Itodauet ami
MUs McGregor 108
Lemonade stand, Mis? Brick
Candy table, Mrs. Sims !!!
Leis table, Mrs. Frledenburg... . Id
Coffee and sandwiches, Mvi Mc
Ice cream, Mis. Kennedy 100
Door receipts, Mr..!. McDonald. 040
SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY,
About sixty new voluineB wcro
added to the catalogue of this
library by tl)e last arrival of the
steamer Australia. These consist of
the latest law text books, digests,
briefs, and U. S. Statutes at large.
In this lot of books came also 8 vol
umes of Vermont reports and Lr
volumes of Ithode Island reports.
The librarian expects by the next
Australia 1ft volumes of the Pcderal
Decisions. It is tho desiro of the
Chief Jusl(ce to add to the list as
many of the latest accessions as can
be procured with the lmite appro
priating granted by the last Legls
laluro. The Supremo Court Library
is destined to be one of the best
slocked, as well in the matter of ar
rangement as in the procurement of
the latest books. Such a library is
a twill lo the country.
i.'lioNtoc M. Lymnii, NlielllcM I'io-i'CMtiiii-
or AMwiiioni.t .
Prof. Chester S. I.ynian, of the
Shcllicld Scientilic school, died about
10:30 last night, from the effects of
a paralytic shock sustained about
three yea v. ago. lie h:m not been
actively engaged in the Keientilic
school since the fall of IHSli, when
hi; attempted lo take charge of the
class of 'S8 in astronomy, but was
obliged to give it up, on account of
ill health, lie has been very feeble
ever since that lime, but his condi
tion has not been considered sciious
until within a feu days.
Last night the immediate friends
of the family were notified of his
critical condition only lo be inform
ed of his death a few hours later.
Three children survive him. One
(laughter is living at. Hie home ol
the deceased in this city ; another
daughter, Mrs. McCandless. resides
in Tassadena, Cat. The surviving
son, Chester W. Lyman, is engaged
in business in l'iltsburg, l'enn.
Prof. W. II. Brewer called upon
Professor Lyman Ia9t evening ami
remained with him until after 10
o'clock. Professor Lyman was per
fectly conscious and lo minutes be
fore his death shook hands with
Professor Brewer and hade him
Chester Smith Lyman was born at
Manchester, Conn., January l.",
1811. In his early youth, without
the aid of instructors he studied as
tronomy, the science which, in after
years, brought him high distinction.
He taught a district school in his
native town in the years 1830-31,
and prepared for college in Elling
ton school. He entered Yale col
lege in August, 1833, graduating
with the class in 1S57, and was one
of the editors of the Yale Literary
Magazine. He afterwards graduated
from the theological department, and
in 1813 took charge of the First
church in New Britain, which he had
to leave on account of ill health.
Mr. Lyman sailed October 1,
181.r, as a missionary to the Sand
wich Islands. His pupils comprised
the royal family, among them were
Queen Emma and King Kalnkaua.
In this connection, when Queen
Emma visited this country a few
years ago she made it an especial
duty to call on the instructor of her
early vcars. Afler teaching in Hie
"Royal School" of Honolulu for
overthrcc months he sailed for Cali
fornia. h 1817-18 he was on a
surveying tour in that State for the
United States government and wit
nessed the outbreak of the gold
fever and the exciting times which
preceded the rush for the gold dig
gings in '19. He went soon after
the hi mors of the (hiding of gold lo
Sutter's mills, where ho verified the
rumors and sent tp the east the first
authentic report of the discovery of
gold. His article was published in
the New Haven American Journal
of Science and had great weight on
the question of the day.
While Mr. Lyman was engaged in
his surveying his assistants threat
ened to leave him, having been
taken with the gold fever, and he
could only finish his work by pro
mising them to accompany theni to
the diggings after their work had
been concluded. It was through
this that his first and most conspi
cuous paper was brought to the
notice of the public. He returned
to this city in lSoOand brought back
with him some of the largest nug
gets discovered at that time, one of
which weighed no less than two
pounds, lie then look up his resi
lience here, and in lSfiO married
Delia Williams Ward, daughter of
Hon. Joseph Ward of this city and
grand-daughter of Chief Justice
Oliver Ellsworth. He made a second
trip to California shortly after and
during his absence in that State
edited the Pacific newspaper. He
was engaged in work on Webster's
dictionary. In 1857 he was ap
pointed professor of industrial me
chanics and physics in Shcllicld
Scientific school, and it was owing
to his instruction that Gardner and
King have made themselves noted
in the United States government
In 18(1!) Professor Lyman was ob
liged to go to Europe for his
health. He was of a mechanical
turn of mind and invented an instru
ment for measuring the tides and
two transit instruments, the last in
connection with Dr. Ilillhouse, for
transit observations and for the ac
curate determination of latitudes on
the Talcott principle. He furnished
the lime for tho city clock for some
years before the present system was
introduced. The professor received
the honorary degree of M. A. from
Beloit college. Since 1870 his pro
fessorship has been that of astro
nomy and physics. Professor Hast
ings' relieved Mr. Lyman of Hie
department of physics in 1871.
Among Professor Lyman's class
mates at Yale were William M.
Evarts, Chief Justice Morrison It.
Waito and Samuel J. Tilden. New
Ijavoii, Conn., Morning News, Jan.
MI1S. .I011N IIAsSINCKl!.
Ill Hits issue is recorded the dcalh
of Hie venerable mother of Mr. John
A. Hassingcr, chief clerk of the
Interior Department. She was the
widow of John Hassingcr, ono of
tiio oldest former resident!) of Santa
Clara county, Cal. Mrs. Hassinger
was known and beloved by a num
ber of residents of these islands,
who have from time to time enjoyed
her cheoiful and unstinted hospital
ity when llinv viIteil Hie Const,
HONOLULU, II. L, FEBHUAKX 18, 18!)0.
TO PROTECT PLATE CLASS IN BUILOINC.
Passing along Dearborn street one
day I saw a crowd watching closely
the placing in position of Minus enor
mous panes of glass in a handsome
new building. The glass was the
best I'Vcii'h plate, and the workmen
handled it as carefully as if it were
worth something more than a week's
wages, The task of pulling it in
place was no sooner completed than
one of the wot kmen grabbed a pot
of whitinir ami with a big brush
daubed a lot of meaningless mm kg
on it. 1 thought it about as silly a
thing as a man could do, and with
the usual rcportorial curiosity asked
the foreman why lie allowed it. The
answer was a crusher. "Why,"
said he, "wo have to mark llicin that
way or they'd be smashed in no
liuie." My look of amazement
doubtless prompted him to further
explanation, for he said: "You see,
the workmen around a new building
get in tho custom of shoving lumber,
etc, through Hie open sash bolore
the glass is put in. They would
continue to do it even after the glass
is in if we didn't do something lo
attract their attention. That's the
reason you always sec new windows
daubed with glaring white marks.
Even if a careless workman docs
start to shove a stick of timber
through a costly plate of glass lie
will stop short when his eye catches
the danger sign. That white maik
is just a signal which says, 'Look
out; you'll break me if yon are not.
careful.' " f Chicago Journal.
Tempo Itubato "Does that im
ported clock of yours keep time'"
"Not for any practical purposes. It
might for one of Wagner's operas."
The Sultan of Turkey presented
the Empress of Germany with a
collar of jewels worth S2.ri0,000.
But, has the Sultan paid the wages
of his cooks recenllv? New York
World. "The Hcrr Baron is not at home,
but you can leave your bill if you
choose." "Bill? I haven't any
bill. 1 only meant " "No bill?
Then you must have made a mistake
in the house." Kliogende Blatter.
Short-sighted gentleman chooses
a pair of spectacles. "These glass
es," he says, "arc not strong enough
for me." "But, sir, they are No.
2." "What have you next to No.
2?" "No. 1." "And after that?"
"After No. 1, sir, you will want a
dog." La Voltaire.
Some time ago a London club ad
vertised for a secretary. Six hun
dred candidates applied. The list
included graduates of Oxford and
Cambridge, barristers, doctors,
school masters, solicitors, architects,
and a whole regiment made up from
all arms of her Majesty's military
and naval forces.
Kodakin (who is addicted to
amateur photography, exhibiting
specimens of his work) "What do
you think of these? What would
you say of a man who took such
Fogg "I should say ho was a
Kodakin "A kleptomaniac?"
Pogg "Yes; no sane man would
ever take such things as those."
Mr. Bully ltagg Now, sir, you
havegstated, under oath, that this
man had the appearance of a gentle
man. Will you be good enough to
tell the jury how a gentleman look,
in your estimation?
Down-trodden witness Well, er
a gentleman looks er like r
Mr. Bully Ragg I don't want
any of your ers, sir ; and romember
that you are on oath. Can you see
anybody in this court room who
looks like a gentleman?
Witness (with sudden asperity)
I can if you'll stand out of the
way. You're not transparent.
Jtij(3&- SECOND-HAND Brake.
fflgi iV Apply to
Can logo Shop.
CIIANCJE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort sluot to l!o.
hello Lane, Palatini.
Offick Houns: !l a. m. to l'J M. lllldl
! M. to 1) 1'. M.
Mutual G08"Y3uTELEPH0NESSqyBell 47S
A Cure Tor Influenza !
R. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of tin; best remcdlis
ever prepared for couplis, aMlumi, l'liitf
and chest trouble, and a j;reat relict
to wliooplim enugh and tluoat alfcctlnti.
Ask for Or. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial Hold at
IIOLT.ISTF.K & CO.,
And BKN.SOX, SMITH A: CO.
HAVINO bought nut Mr. V. II.
1'afre In the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," al 1123 Foil Mieet, lam
prepared to continue the itVove business
under the old namu of Honolulu Car.
liage Manufiie.toiv, mid being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
llui nntrniiugu of my old friend and the
public in general, and with my thorough
Knowledge of the business unil with e.
perieueed workmen and using only (lie
best material I guarantee general wills,
faction. l'lea"e eall and hue mu belore
(fiigued): WDKQN WF.ST.
Honolulu, Opt. 28, 18SI. Hl tf
PERU'S WHISTLING JUGS.
The silvadors.or musical jugs, found
among the burial places of Porn, are
most ingenious specimens of liandi
woik. The William S. Vatix collec
tion in Philadelphia contains a re
markable example of this rude. and
ancient art. It. is composed of two
vessels joined together with u clay
stem or pipe, alter the fashion of
the Siamese twins. The stem is
hollow; one jug is entirely closed
up, except a small opening provided
with a el y tube, leading to the body
of the whistle. When a liquid is
poured into the open-mouthed jug
the air is compressed into the other
through the opening in the connect
ing stem, whence It is forced into
the whistle, the vibrations producing
the lovely songs of various forest,
birds peculiar to Peru and South
American rountiies. The Clay col
lection in the same city also contains
some wonderful samples of ancient
Peruvian art, among which arc Hie
robin vases and the llama jugs, the
former imitating the song of the
robin and the latter, being fashioned
in form of the llama, imitates the
ejection of saliva, well remembered
as being one of that animal's dis
rpilK regular annual meeting of the
A. stnrkliuldurt of the Inter.lslaiid
Htcnin Navigation Co., (Idj, will be
held on TUKSDAY, March 4th pro.x ,
at 10 o'elnek a. m, at their ntHee on
Queen .street. ,T. F.XA,
Secretary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu. Feb. 18. 1890. 481 121
Notice of Dissolution of
HAVING bought out Ihe intereU of
Manuel Viera, of the llniiomn
Store, Ililo, Hawaii, I will pay all bills
against Hie said store, and all debt
owing Hie same will be rnllreled by me.
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 1800. 481 :U
A FINK Norman
broken to carriage oi
.jJSfe-""----sound; a bargain.
For pniticulars inipilre of
47(itf Cait. CLUNKY.
TO LET or LEASE
N Yoiiiii; street, opposite
lee Works, a Small
Cottage containing 4 rooms;
large Mable and yard, artesian water
laid on; very desirable for back or dray
lmsliu"i.i. Apply to
lc0lf At K.O. Hull&S'iii.
WM. K. BOWF.I.I. will act for mc
under full power of attorney
during in y absence from the Kimrduui.
Honolulu, Feb. lo, 1890. 480 lw
rpiIOS.J.KlXO having this day, Feb
.L ruary 1, 1M)J, sold his Interest in
the business of King Brother?, dealer
in fancy gnndH and artist's materials, on
Hotel Mreet, Honolulu, W. C. King will
continue to carry on the business on Ids
sob; account, under tho II rm name ol
"King Bios.," and will collect all
amounts due, and pay all claims against
the linn of King liny, from and aftei
the above mentioned (late.
Titos. J. KINO,
W. C. KINO.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 18!K). 480 lw
Oahu Kail way & Land Co.
riMIK first annual meeting of the stock.
JL holders of the Oahii Builway &
Land Co. will be held at the olllcc ol
the Company on WEDNESDAY, Feb.
2(i, 1800. at :i o'clock p. m , for the elcc
Hon of nlllceis and transaction of any
other impmlanl huninco.
W. G. ASIILKY,
Hecrctary O. It A L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 11, 1BU0. 47!t td
r A I. Ainu. CONSinXMKST OP
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
.I UST RECEIVED!
roil ai,i! nv r i : -
UNION FEED CO.
Views of the
The Imputable shows ligures oiml lo those of Ihe national balance
sheets of some veiy rcspi'oUbh'-sl.oil Slates. The luiiiranee World of
The Krpiilalilo Life Assurance Society is a colossal iiiililulion. It is
unique in its position and marvelous in its record. It occupies the highest
place among kindred institutions.- The Irish Insurance Hanking and
It is no use disguising the fact that the Kquitablc holds a remarkable
position among the Insurance olllecs of the World. It docs 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 state insurance in (lermany compare what
is done by Mimoof the gteat private Assurance Coiiipanic,liy the greatest
of them all, for instance, the F.ipiituble Life Assurance Society of the United
Slates.-- Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllces and therefore the largest in the
World is the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of the IT. S. Falrplay of
The ofllce that has done the niot in promoting safe and liberal Life
insurance is the Kqiiilahlc Life Assurance Society of the U. S. Loudon
New business in LSS'.i.
Income for lSS'.l
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablc Life Assurance Society
of" the U. S. Jan-1-1)0
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnisliiug Goods,
-A NKW INVOICE OF-
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Galvanized Fence Wire, Black Steel Fence Wire, Oalvanied Stapled,
Black Staples, Special Quality Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! - aar NEW GOODS !
In all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
IttihlMT (2 anion Hose, AVire Bound Hohc, Strain IIoho,
OP VKKY KIM'KMOK QUALITY.
PACIFIC HATtDWAUK CO., (LV),
B. F. Diu.iNoiiAM, J. (!. SrKNomt, F; L. Wintp.h,
jaii-(!-!)0 President. Manager it Secretary. Treasiuer.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCK AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Ulentiils, Paints, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
K. Jt. IlKNimr, President & Manager. .tons F.na, Vice-President.
OoiiPKKV Bhown, Secretary & Treasurer. Cucir. Buow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oiiii.SircckrlH'ltnnk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMI'OHTKKH and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:- Glassware,
Chandeliers, Klcctoliors, Lamps Si Lamp Fixtures,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Machine-loaded Oaitridges, Chaiubeilaih'n Patent;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Ware, Table St. Pocket Cutlery,
Hows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other Ap;tioultuial Implements,
HANM)LES OF ALL KINDS,
Hail's Patent "Duplejc" Die Stock for Pipe ,v B.ilt (Jutting,
Manila A. Sisal Rope, Rubber llnsn,
Wiio Bound Rubber Hose, Spiueler-giip;
Spiiiikleis it- Spi inkier Stands,
Union .Metallic Cartridge Co.,
Hartman's Steel Who Fence & Steel Wire Mats,
"New Process" Rope, ' ' :
Win. (!. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges, Neal's Carringo Painls,
(late City Stone Filters,
'.New I'locess" Twist Drills,
nov'Jil-8',1 Halt's Patent "Duplex" Din Stocks.
, i7.",(i(if),ono on
, .10,(100,000 oo
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Machinists' &. Plumbern' Tools,
Varnishes, Lamp floods and
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