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FRIDAY, FED. 21, 1890.
V (1 II.ill front Hawaii anil .M.iul
Kttnr Mol.olll finni Molokal
Shnr Hawaii (ruin Hawaii
Slini'.l A CiimiiiliH finui Kool.iu
Sehr M I rosfT fiom I'ntiai
(' U llnhop for Va1aiiai, Wiil.ilua
mil Koulnti al !i a in
liu for Kauai
Am l-m:itc1 sehr Ol.i, Rodin, for Han
Stun.' A (Jiiininlni for Koolnu at 'J a in
Sclir Ktiiilkcaimll for
Schr I.alnla for Km a
Schr Kaulilua for Knlitiku
.SiMir Ktilninami for Koliat.i
i. c .. . .. .
i' or .'an irniirceo per clir (lli;:i, 1'cli
J MiN.IHniihigtnn, Mr ltirlev, mid
A P Walker.
For Waialiia per -tun- (J 1? i'.Uhop,
Feb SI -M 1' IViklns.
From Hawaii iter Mini- Hawaii, IV1
'-M--.TiiiiiiN Dean. I Mil Hone.
Tlin Mentner Hawaii, Cap! Cameron,
arrived this morning; from Hawaii with
ii,000 b.ig ugar, and CO head cattle
ft out Knwalhae. bin will leave again
on Tuediiv lit 10 a in.
The bail. 0 I) Itnant will sail for Sun
KraneKeo the eailypailof next. week.
Tlio Fen is S 'I hoiiinmi. Captain
Wnt 1 1, l 18 da'i out to-day from San
Tins schooner ICaiililua brought yes
"41 bags siifr.ir fi oui lleel:i,tho selioiniur
Mary K Foler 7."1 h.iijs sn.ir from
Kauai, and tlio schooner Kulatuanit
1,000 lilies snjjar fiom Ilu'awa.
The tern W S liowiH! was ul Mnlm
l.nna, and the baikeutlne Qnlck-lep at
Hilt), when tlio 'tciiiner Ihnyali left
'J'hi! -teanier Kuala brought h'l.'o bag
sii;ar from Kauai vc-tenlav.
The bark A lev JleNeil. i(!HS Ions re
Ulster, will ho hauled on the Mniiiio
Hallway to-morrow aftcinoou after the
h.iikentiiiu Mary Whikehnan Islowcied.
The Alex MuXcil llnihes tllselinriiig
her caro of coal to-nionow.
'J'hu h.irkeiithiti Irmgard tlnUhed di'
ehargiug her caigo of liimhcr this
inoriiln. Shu will moyo out m the
stieaiu to-nionow. The barkentlnc
.John Smith loatls fciignr for l-an Fran
el'eo before her.
Tlio four malted pehooner Robert
Seniles sailed from Newcast'e, X S W,
on .Ian 21st, with 1,078 tons of coal for
this pint. The tern Occiim Vance sail
ed seeral day.- ahead of her, also with
The schooner .1 O X'oitli is now due
at Mahukona wlthgener.il lucrchamllsu
from San Franeieo.
This evening the Royal Hawaiian
Hand will give a concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel (the eve of Washing
ton's birthday), commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. " Following is the pro
March Washington IJccx es
Overture Aniei lea Catlin
Walt. Festival Itrooks
Selection Prince Mlliauioto (hv re-
Jlikloi, Fun Ohtilu, V. ldki no me A'u.
Medley Anicrlcan Melodies Ih'ier
lliilhid T.a I'aloma fbv ieouest)..Kivas
Meilluy Ye Olden Times White
The Star Spangled Manner.
There will bo an entortainnicnt
by the Blue Ribbon League to-morrow
evening nt the Y. M. C. A. hall
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Ev
erybody invited. Following is the
Mr. A.D. Bis-ell
Miss Helen Dickson
Mr. A. I). Hlssoll
.Air. H, W. Chamberlain
f Mr. A. 1). Ilissoll
"."" 1 Mr. K. Lyman
Address Mr. T. S. Soutuw lek
A HANDSOME CRAFT.'
Captain A. II. Paul, master ot
Hie new clipper barkentinclrmgard,
showed several gentlemen, inter
ested in lite progress of marine ar
chitecture, through his vessel to
day. Among the party were Mr. F.
A. Schactcr, the agent of the vessel,
Messrs. II. F. Glade, F. M. Swanzy,
ami the captains ol the merchant
vessels in port. Captain Paul took
his guests round his new craft, ex
plaining its different depattments,
and its merits and improvements
over other vessels built by the Hall
The finishing touches and furni
ture of the cabin are not yet com
plete, and Cantait Paul expects to
jl'aye the more ornamental and cost
ly fixtures of the cabin dono at San
Francisco. Ills party, howevor,
were satisfied with the prosont ap
pearanco of the vessel, which is pro
nounced by experts at Port Blakely
to he the "Hall Brothers' crowning
fMniilrii, with (hat saddened air,
With that aspect of despair.
With that wild, disheveled hulr
Which you ilercoly sook to tear,
Let mo urge you to foiboan
Toll mo what your tumbles aieV
Thus glm spakirwlth quivering lip,
"ffUwser. r ;.u cl ;; gjlj,,,,,"-
cold victuals, nor '
Tramp '.'.Cold victuals?
asked you for cold victuals?
broiled steak an' fried eggs an' lint
llannel cakes an' coffee. Cold, vic
tuals? The idea!"
' Housewife "Walk in, please.
My daughter will play for you white
I'm getting them ready." PJdla
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thkiii: nio eight uveitis on llio list
for Hi ic evening.
Y. M. V, A. failed of a quotum
moiitlily nieeling duo l.iM
Die. Utodie in a caul announces Ills
icsuiiiplinu of priicliec ulllcc, 81
C'ompj.wnii in (i lifo again about
tlii pinlritsinn of (intiiwity talis ubovo
llio nils woin in Queen sited.
ai:i.i:niON ftoin I.icul, FilldlcV
opcta "Minitnioto" will be played liy
Hie band to-night nt Hit Hotel.
A iiiio-iiir.ii of Editor D.intt, llio
veteran lie.id of llio New Yoik Sun,
is slaying nt the llamillon Home.
Mil. ItainHeld Hit nilist was so
uiiieli impioved this morning that lie
intenilitd to go out of hospital for u
That pictnio clcwheie loptcsentH
Nellio lily wiping her feet on tlif
lint Inum'slcel wire nuiL after pass
ing the winning post.
A iiAMD eoneeit followed liy a hop
will ho given at llio Hotel (his even
ing, in celebtution of the eve of
A n.Asii tif lightning ipiitd.-ly fol
lowed by a loud peal of thunder, de
clined in llio midst of u 'ciics of
showers ycstuitlay evening.
Tin: eloi-o of Washington's bit lb
day will he celebiatcd by a Ulue
Kibbon entertaiiiiiient in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. Sec piogiainnie else
wheie. l'Kori.E having watches, (docks,
joweliy, etc., at Kni Kee'son Xtuuinu
street' will icquirc to look out for
their piopeily, acconling to u notice
tniK.Mni:n the Iodine of Allen
Hutchinson the sculptor at the Y.
M. C. A. ball Ibis evening. Ho will
model a pm trait bust of sonieone in
the audience. Tickets $1 at King
Hioa.'ail sloie, Hotel slieel.
Tm:iir. was no quotum at the F'ne
Department Hoaitl last night. Se
oi.il of the most tegular veteuins tele
phoned in that the gtip had them.
The meeting was adjourned by Chief
Witson to tlio next regular night.
A Mmrrixn of (ho Mechanics and
Woi kinsmen's Political l'ldective
Union is called by (ho secretary at
K. of P. ball this evening, at 7:110
o'clock. A coidial invitation lo be
present is extended to all who aie fit
sympathy with tlio nimn of the Asso
ciation. In llio show window of tho Pacific
IIartlw.no Co.'s emporium appeals
on exhibition a largo engraving le
prescnting (ho "Charge of (ho Light
Brigade." As if to throw light on
what they charge for antl the amount
of (ho chin go, a placard above bonis
(ho legend, "llulnichTuc. per pound."
Hr.v. Alex. Mackintosh has called
a meeting of the ladies of Honolulu,
atY. M. C. A.-l o'clock this after
noon, to tngaui.c for llio systematic
supplying of llowers to the siok wartls
of (Jueen's Hospital. Flower mib
wions do a gie.it ileal of good in other
cities, anil litis oily of (loweis ought
to maintain a vigoious one.
It. F. Wesmanw, committed by
Judge ItioliaidRon of Wailuku to tho
Juno term nf Court nn a chaige of
perjiuy in tho second dcgiec,vas this
morning teleased on bail. Ho is
alleged to have sworn falsely to a
statement showing his income for tho
year ptoceding llio election in an at
tempt to legistcr as a voter for No
bles. "Si'KAKixti of fiee ice," said skipper
Jackson expectorating with gieat
piecision on a copy of the Adveiliser,
"I saw a six-inch chunk of Union
ice left in fiont. of a stoto on Foit
street. The linn was so hide-bound
it wouldn't lug the piece in. So it
lay all day exposed to the veitical
sweltering lays of a, tori id sun. But
tlo you think tho blasted ico sin .ink
or melted? Not a bit of it. It
swelled up to eight inches before
night. During the night some tain
fell and the ico iihcd that to swell on.
This morning it was removed for ob
structing trallic. Why 1 tell you"
Tho icpoiter lied in holy honor.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Art lecture by Allen Hutchinson,
sculptor, at Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:0.
Meeting Mechanics' Union, K. of
Washington concert by tlc band,,
Hawaiian Uotol, 7 :-X
prill Co. P Honolulu Wiles, at
Service St. Androw'v Calliodr.il,
Polynesian Kncampment No. 1, I.
0. O. F., at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II, at 7:30.
Itegular niccling Ilfiw'ditiji C:
ni.cra Club, a!t 7 :'H.
JJcx vs. M. J. Frcitas, romanded
from the lltlt, now remanded by
consent to tho 2ci't.
Chung Yue, Ah Ktiu, Alt Ling,
Mai ham, Cheong Pong, An Hip
All 1yd from, Feb. 13th, nolle pros'i
ft'ow cltargeu with unlawfully pos
session of gaming Implements, Ho
manded till to-morrow by consent.
.7 no. Calway, nolle pros'tl.
Ah Kid, Ah Choy, Ah Sing, Ah
Sam, unlawful possession of opium,
remanded to the 2fith by consent.
up2JH Mii'iut) Telephone for
THE HAMILTON HOUSE.
The Hamilton House, conducted
by Hamilton Johnson, is almost full
of boarders. On taking the place,
formerly (he Dudoil House, Mr.
Johnson had it renovated and ic
furnislictl lluoitghout, and lilted
with thirty-eight incandescent elec
tric lights from the Uoveinment
system. The bedrooms arc large,
airy, opening on wide verandas, and
furnished wilii old oak sets, Hit' beds
being pccullaily llllctl to won
"nature's sweet icatorer." The
cuisine is conducted on Ihe piincipic
of giving a choice homo table. Not
only is tlio bc-t st.iple did, cooked
in the varied styles one would ic
lish at home, seived, but the market
is ransacked for seasonable delica
cies. Yesterday evening the writer
dropped in on tlio host and was ic
galed with real turtle soup as the
starter of a substantial dinner the des
sert comprising a variety of the (litest
California and Hawaiian fresh fruits.
Kven choice giapos are not consider
ed loo good for the Hamilton house
hold's board. Many of the present
complement of the house arc visitors
from abioatl, who find there besides
good fare the comforts of a quid
domestic circle. Tlio proprietor
has made gieat improvements in
the spacious grounds surioiinding
Hip house. 1 1 is residence hotel,
Waikiki Villa, has continued to be
well patronized since Hie close of
the out-of-town season, which speaks
well for the management nf il by
Sister Mary Uerlrude tiring
old Pasteur in France
pastures in Hawaii.
Diplomatic negotiations looking to
a satisfactory adjustment of the dif
ferences existing between the Tint
ed .States and Australia aie being
conducted with rare skill by the
far-reaching statesmen John L. Sul
livan and Peter Jackson. Joint L.'s
compromise of $15,000 will proba
bly be accepted. The arguments
will abound in telling hits, grasping
effoits, and knockdown conclusions.
Mr. Pei kins of San Francisco,
who niairieil a nun, now asserts
there are none such.
A musical Reed playing on
through Democratic rests is an ob
ject of considetablc note and the
occasion of great discord in Wash
ington at present. All the Repub
lican oigans are in harmony with
his rendering and aie warm in praise
of his interpretation and phrasing.
When Parnell commenced the agi
tation of Home Rule times were bad.
Now he has recovered i'oOOO, Times
is better, and yet it is said the
Times is worse for tho result of
suit which it (it to a close.
Xellle Illy winked her eye
And reached her native Vti.iuil,
torn- ilays or so by actual tr
Ahead of Miss Hislatid.
A number of the musical people
of Honolulu met last evening and
formed a "Mikado Company." This
opera will be rendered within six
weeks under the direction of Prof.
G. Sauvlet. The following arc the
Musical Director. .Prot. G. Sauvicl
..Mr. J. F. Brown, Lieut. Fillcttc
Treasurer Mr. J. II . Paly
Secretary W. W. Dimond
The first rehcaisal of the "Mi
kado" will be held Saturday evening
at 7:il0 o'clock, at the residence of
Prof. G. Sauvlet. A full attend
ance of all members is requested.
The proceeds of the performance
will bo devoted to some charitable
practice. Office: 81
Keliool stieet between Kiiuiinu and
Llliliu streets. TolepliniKM: Office:
Mutual 21! I, Bell 212. Kcsiilciicc:
Mutual 212, Hell 155. 431 lw
TheM. & W. P.P. Union
1171 M. meet FBI DAY
TT Fcbiimry 21st, at
the K of P.
niiii, eon street, us mciuiiers are re
quested to attend, and all Interested in
Libcial Government for Hawaii arc in.
vited. Per order.
W. 11. STONE,
4S:i 21 Becretmy.
fpill. annual meeting of tho stoek.
X holdeis of tlin People's Ico fc Be.
frigwitor Co. will bo hold on TL'KS
DAY, March 4, 1800, at 1:110 o'clock
i m,, ut Ihe ofllee of W. O. Hmllh.
W. K. FOSTBIt,
Secreliuy 1. I. & B. Co.
Honolulu. Fuh. 20, 1'.0.
rpHK tegular an nun I meeting nf the
X stockholders of the luter.Island
Bteaui Navigation Co., (I.'di, will he
held on TUKSDAY, March 1th prox.,
at 10 o'clock a. M , at their otllcc on
Q-.KCii street. .T. VtS,,
Secretin y M. H. fl. Co.
lloiHilulu, Peb. 1. 1890. 481 13t
Oaliu Hitlhvay & Lund Co.
""PHVJ (list luiniml meeting of the slock.
L holdeis of tho O.ihu Bailway &
L'liul Co. will he held at the olllco of
tboCoinpinv on WEDNESDAY, Fub.
811, 1890, ut il o'clock I', i , for llio elec
tion of, ollleiiis mid transaction ol any
oilier Importniit, btiHlness.
W. Q. AS1H.BY,
Becretary O. ite I.. Co.
Himnlnlii, Fob, tl,lb90. 4711 td
HONOLULU, H. i., FEBRUARY
HAWAIIAN MINISTER AT WASH
INGTON. The Minister of Hawaii has tend
eied his resignation to the Hawaiian
King. It has not been accepted.
On the contrary, Mr. Carter has
been requested to remain until Sep
tember at least. Hut that means,
if he stays until .September, a stay
of another year. This he Is very re
luctant It) tlo. He has huge busi
ness interests in Hawaii, a beautiful
home, and there arc many induce
ments to return to private life, as
well as to a climalc that Is nearly
perfection. Mr. fatter came to
Washington seven years aj;o as the
successor of Mr. Allen, who, it will
be remembered, died in the White
House on New Year's day, timing
President Arthur's reception. Ha
waii has been very fortunate in the
selection of bet ministers In our
government. Mr. Allen and his
beautiful daughter were greatly es
teemed. Tlio Carters are among the
very popular families in ollieinl cir
cles. They arc not of tlio ultra
fashionable and gay people, but
their house is a charming home,
having the atniospheie of culture
and well-read women. The Hawai
ian minister has three daughters.
Two of them arc in society, and they
aio among the good talkers. The
Prestons, who have recently given
way to the new minister from Ila.vti,
have also throe daughters. They
are another family whose absence
will be felt. fSpliiiglicld Repub
lican. Floor Walker "Any one wailing
on you, miss?"
Miss "Yes, sir; Mr. Huggins of
the ribbon department. We'ie lo
be married next month."
"You nk for the hand of my
daughter? What expectations have
"Why none at all."
"Neither has my daughter. Take
her and be happy." fFliegeude
Diflercntly Viewed Miss Jlntbb
(Boston) "Do you think that
Kmcrsnuian philosophy specifically
applietl has any materialistic effect
upon the terrestrial inconsistencies
that clog and warp the csoteiic de
velopment of our inner being?"
Miss Foote (of Chicago) "I
never gave the subject much
thought. Mamma always used llax
scetl." Philadelphia Inquirer.
Ah. what is fame! A gilded piie
For which we spieait the net;
A something they alone ilcspisc
Who can't Its honors get
The glory won by pen or swonl,
The ft nit of earnest wills,
Tin' giteidoii of JJecthoven's chord,
Or -otiiu compounder' pill.
Don't be too ready to admit
Whatever Is Is right and lit;
For alt the good the gods piovlde
Comes only after men hae tiled.
RING up 220 Mutual Telephone for
Odorless Excavation. 482 tf
Til-IE Pacific Hardware Co,
X. nceivctl a large lot ot liuliauli in
bulk, which liicy are tellinj.
MB. CHAN IfOW, tliu watchmaker,
will soon leave lite employ ot the
undcrsignul. Persons having clocks,
watches, Jewelry, etc., in the hands ot
the undersigned for repair", etc., aie
hereby leqticstid to claim them before
March 1, liJ'JO, othei wise their claims
will fin ever be denied.
FA I Kl'K,
37 Nuuanil stive.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1890. -181 lw
Dr. M.T:. GROSSMAN,"
Returned on the Australia ami has re
sumed practice at his roimer olllre, ((8
Hotel street. 400 If
CHANGE ol' ItKSjbtiXCE.
Has itmovcd from Foil stiecl to To
hello Lane, Palania.
Oi'Kicr. Houits: u A. ,, 0 12 m. nndl
1". m. to 9 I'. M.
Mutual GOtHBuTELEPHONESfiay-Bell 475
A Cure For Inlluonzu !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of Bin best leniedles
over prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, anil a great relief
to whoopinc cough and throat all'ection.
Ask for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
IIOLLISTEll t CO..
And HBKriO.V, SMITH it CO.
H A VINO bought out Mr. W. IL
1'iigo in the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," nt 12S Knit street, lam
prepared to continue tho above hnsitiesH
under the old name of Honolulu Car.
rlago Miuinfnetoty, and beinj,' nn old
experienced carriage hulldur I fnlieit
Ihe nntiouaKo of my old friendu and the
public in genetftl, ntd with my thorough
kmiwledin of tho hitsliiesa and with e.
pei ienccd workmen and hsIiib only the
host material I guninuteo general Biitls.
faction. I'ltusc call antl see me before
(Slgiieil)i GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu, Oct. 2S, lKftO. MM t,f
Union, Firo & Marine
Insurance Co., L'd,
H New Xealiuiil.
Capital - $10,000,000
File tlhks taken on Dwellings, Stovoe,
Storehouses and Contents Ms-o, Sugar
mid Hlce Mlllt, Machinery, Etc, Etc..
On Hulls, Cargne.1 and FiulghtH. l.nu
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian hlaiidx.
NOW ih.it Hie rainy rb'isou is tijinti
u, ivorybmly wauls u door mat
tlintwl.l lm fin oi'iimiicut nt the front
door, mid will tlioioitglily ilo the work
required of h. Tho
llarlman Steel Wire Mat!
Is just the thing. It cannot I rcninc
Ftmi.cd by tain, ne is th'3 cnpc with lilier
mil, and it nlunys kceiis clean. Being
uiadu of ('iilvani.cd Wile
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wire tn:.U now in
me. They are fur superior lo anil fur
mote dui.ible than liber or lubber. C'.-i n
be had of Sttcl Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opposite Sprcokcls & Co's II ink,
132 tf Foilsliret, Honolulu.
California : Lands
netl wihe- to Infortii
tli.it lie tin-, opened a
llr.iucb Callfornl.i Laud Ollice, at No.
i Meicliaiil ctici't, Honolulu.
To pe -ons wishing to lnvct In
Choice Thnber, Agilciiltuic. Fruit or
(iriiing Lauds lit the tine .Stale of Call
forn!.i,ir hi Desirable Building Lots In
the beautiful City ami .Suburbs of Oak
land, with Its unrivaled climate and
opportunities, f am piepaied to otter
eeiy inducement in the way of bar
gains. The Lands which I here offer have all
been most eaiefully Inspected by a
thoioughly leii.thle "-urveyor, employed
specially for that purnoe, and I am
thetefoio enabled to pivo satMnctmy
guarantee that esery piece ottered will
sttlctly corie-poud with the decilption
given by me.
'J lie Titles to these Lands are perfect,
helm; in the m.tlii state school lauds.
The piclous per-nuil Inspection
thereof at great eneitsi, ofteis abso
lute security to put chasers and N an
induceiuent offered by no other dealer
In state rt'hool lauds in (;all(oini:i.
Tlio pi ice ranges f into 6:t."i0 peracie
upward aecoidlng to quality and loca
tion, and thine is no iloubt. by taking
into account tuo tapiit mowtn ami iro-gres-ion
of that Stale, that these lauds
offered at these low llgiues must within
a few years command a much higher
pilce and so secuio to every Investor a
prolit not easily equaled In any othei
line of speculation.
This oppoitunity will be open for a
limited time only, and I theiefore ex
tend hu imitation to all who wish to
secuio good and cheap homes In th.it
luagiillleent State and Country, and also
to those who ileslte to invest a little
money to so great advantage and prolit.
to call upon me soon and obtain full
Inclination will lie ehccifiilly given.
Kp- Olllco loom with .1. A. Magoon,
attorney, No. 4y Merchant stieet.
hiO tf A. MOKOFF.
i.Mtni: consign mi: I' to
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
-rott sai.i: uv 'i in
A N active American, Knallslininn ot
' (icrutan, ot gooil habits and char
aetcr. who idao speaks Hawaiian, mill
can fitrnUh flr8t.chn.s lclerenres, may
nhtnin u pcimaueiil .sitiiiilinn as Col.
lector, by addressing P. O. llox No.
HOUSE to 11 ISN'T
ALAIK1E 3 Story House,
llrst class In every ies.
peel, with all necessary out.
building, fluu lawn, shade ticM, llnwer
beds, etc , very desirably loealid iNlthln
10 iiiintites' walk of the Post Otllcc, will
hu leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a svlcit private
family, Ajiplv at
HAWAIIAN' liUT.StXKSS AOKNOY.
Notico ol' DisHolulion of
HAVING houiiht out the InteieU of
Manuel Vlera, of the Ilnnomii
.Store, Hilo, Hawaii, I will pay all hills
against tliu said stoic, and al) debt
owing Hut same will be collected hv me.
Hnnnliiln, Kelt. IB, 1S!H. -181 :il
M IT D
Views of the
The Equitable shows figures equ.il to those of tho n.itiontd balance
sheelsof sonic very respectable-sized States. The Insuranco World of
The Kquitable Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It is
unique in its position and marvelous in its record. It occupies tins highest
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Banking and
It is no use disguising the fact that the Kquitable holds a remarkable
position among the 'insurance olllces of the World. It docs a larger bttsi
itess, holds a larger surplus and gives a better contract than any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in Ccrmany compare what
is doiio. by sonioof the gioat private Assurance Companies, by the gre.itost
of llictn all, for instance, the Kquitable Life Assuiaiiei Society of the Hulled
States. -- Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllces and therefore tho latgest lit the
World is the Kquitable Lifo Assurance Society of tho I. S. f Kalrplay of
The olllco I hat has done Ihe most in promoting safe and liberal Life
insurance is the Kquitable Life Assurance .Society of the U. S. Loudon
New business in
lucrum for LSSi),
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
Pacific Hardware Co., Id.
I JTOTVltOJVCi J3KS !
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NKW INVOICE OK-
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
fiulvnnied Fence Wiie, Black Steel Fence Wire, (inlvuniml Staples,
Hl.ick Staples, Special ijtmlily Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! - tip- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by Lite atiivnls. Agents for
lttihlH-i- (i;ml;ii IIoso, Wire Hound Iloao, S:un Hose.
01' VI'.UV RUI'KKIOK QUAI.ITV.
PACIFIC IIAKDWAUE CO., (L'd'),
H. F. Dii.MsniiAM, J.
i . i i?o i
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
O.irpentom', Hl.tcl'Miiitlis', .Mncbiniits' t riiinibeiit' TooIh,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kiltdii'ii Ulcu'dlH, Paint, Oils, V.irniiltc.'i, Lamp floo.U and
Blake's Steam Pumps, .Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
I. It. IIi'.Niiitr, PicMdt'itt A: Manager.
(iot)i'tti'.v ltuow.v, Seeteuiry icTt casttrcr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. SpreckolH' Ilnnk, : Fort Nlreei, Honolulu.
IMPORTKHR nnd DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
ChandelietH, Electtiliera, Lamps it Lamp Fixture.,
Paints, Oils & Vmniulics, Laid Oil, Uylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Machine-loaded Cartridges, Cluiiiibiitl.iiii'H Patent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silver Plated Wine, Tablo it Pue.ket Gtillory,
Plows, Planters Steel lines, and other Agiiciiltinal IiiipleiiientH,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Unit's Patent "Duplex" Die, Stuck for Pipe it Mult Outlinif,
Manila it Sisal Rope, Rubber Hose,
Wito Hound Rubber Hose, Spittcler-giip;
Spiiitklers it Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Oaitritlgo Co.,
Htiitniiin's Steel Who Fnuco it Steel Wiro Mats,
"NcV PlOCChh" Rope,
Win. Ci. Fihltci's Wtouglit Steel Rangos, Ncal's CnriiitgtP.tinli,
Onto City Stmui Filters,
"New Procesi" Twist Drillc,
nov-'JUS'.l llatl'ri Patent "Duplex" Din Block.
UMJIIMMM Wl wJl
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(!. SfF.Nfr.it, F. L. Wintkr,
rrii n n.
John Ksa, Vice-President.
Cr.cn. Ituuw.v, Auditor.
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