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Monday, tfui). 2i, mo.
Stuir I.llvfllKo fioin Maul
Stiiir Mlkauala from ICaunl
Ktuir Iwalanl from llaitrikiia
hlnir J.eliua ft out Maul,
Am bk Fouls HTlMimM)ii,!.'(hl.ij
Sclir Kunlnkiil fiom Kami I
Hnnr Kllauea Itmi ftnm Ilmnakiia
Stnir.f A Cummins for Koolau at !) a
Stinr Mokolll frti MoloKal at 5 p iti
SelirMaiy K Posterior Hanapepc
Sclir Mih) Motrin for Koolnu
Sclir Miuv for Uaiialcl
Haw Ilk Lady I.uinpuoti, Sodcigien, for
Sclir Kaiilkcaouli for Kohala
.-tinr IVlo for Ilaiiia1.ua at 10 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Kluir Hawaii for llatnaknaat 10 a in
.jlnir W C5 Ifall for Lahaina, Maalaea,
ICmm. Kau ami tin- Volcano at It)
o'clock n in
Stmr Mlk.ihala for Kimalii p m
Am bk C I) iliyant, .facob'en, tor S.in
.Stmr Llkclikc for Maul at 5 p in
Stinr Kil.uica lion for llaiiiaMia at 5 pin
Schr Kawatl.ini for Koolnu
.StiiirWalaloiile for Nawlllwlli and 11a-
iiauiatilii at 5 p in
Sclir Lav hi I a for Kwa
Sclir Surah te Klla for Koolau
Stmr Lcliua for Null and Haka'aii
Ki oiu Maul, per -tnir Likellke, Feb
2.1 lion li I Ihildwln, dipt Potter, T
W Kveiett, 1 C.lnstlu'. A Jloiba, Hop
Yuiie, J II S Kaleo,Moke and '.V. deck.
Fioin Kauai, per Minr Mlkah.ila, Feb
2.1-Jmlge L McCully, V O Smith, O
.McLean, S K Kaeo, A Nakaiuuia, MNs
Mabel KliodeR. Cli.is V Spitz, 11 Snlffen,
Jl A MiicIIp, jr, (! Chinese, and 611 deck.
Fiom Kauul, per stinr Walaloalo, Feb
U2 llou Antone Ko'-a, C Cielghtou, K
Hopkins, J F Colliiuii, W .1 J: nines, C I.
Uilto and 8 deck.
From Hamakim, per stmr Iwalanl,
Feb 2.1 II Hall and son, S Clbbaid and
wife and ltidcck.
For San Francisco, per baik Lady
Lampion, Feb 21 C 8 Klngsley.
Fiom San Fianeisco, per Imik Fen Is
H Tlioinp-on, Feb'Al Rev J FTobey.
The Mcaiucr Llkcllke hiouglit .",r8B
hajis sugar, CU bags coin, 1 canoe, 7
Jnnes mid 75 pkgs surah le.
The steamer Walalcale In ought 2,830
bags sugar, and 17 heiid cattle on Satur.
day from Kauai.
The Amcilean baik Fei lis S Thomp
son, Captain Potter, arihed yesteid.iy,
20 da) s f i oiu San Fi.uicUeo w 1th geneial
Tlie steamer Mlkrthala brought -1,077
bags sugar and 130 sheep fiom Kauai
The Ainciicaii baik Newsboy, Capt
Johnson, will .sail from Kahultil on
Wednesday with a full eaigo of sugar
for San Fianclseo.
The Consuelo was lo days out from
San Francisco for Kahululon List Satur
day. The baik II Hackfeld commenced ic
ccivltig sugar to-day.
The steamers Iwalanl, Lchua and
Kllaueallou brouglit J.,SU7, 2,000 and
:i,fi0U bags sugar mpcciively lrom ll.i
inakua. The Ameiiean baik C D Biyant, Cayt
.Tacobscn, will sail to-monow' mouilng
at 0 o'clock with 1,530 tons of .sugar for
The following pascngeis will leave
for the Voicauno to-monow uioiuing
by the steamer W O Hall: J Dana ami
wife, Mr Evetett and wife, Dr Dctr and
wife, Mr Henullaid. Mlvs llemilard, Mis
Smith. MNs Mcserolc, Mi.s Spaihawk
ami Miss Sivnntoii.
The Koyal Hawniian Rand will
play this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Kmtna Square. Following is the
Finale Hellsai lo Donizetti
5la,urka On the Neckar fcchlay
Jteniltilsoeuccs of Moart (uew).Oodficy
Mlkloi, run Oliulu, Ua hikl no me A'u.
M edley itlaek Brigade lleyer
1'olaeea Jtluls la the Woods (new)..
Walt. -Seven Fools (new) . . . .Mlllocker
aehottKclie-Tiottlngln the rnrk(ncw)
...-. ?. Tohin
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Lodge lo Progrcs, A. F. and
Harmonv Lodce, 1. O. ().
Hand concert at Kmnia .Square,
THEIR HARDEST WORK.
Little Hal "Pa, do ertitois liavo
Fatlier "Yes, my boy."
Hal "Do they know a lot?"
Father uNo, my boy."
Hal "What makes their work
Fatlier "Trying to make other
people think they know si lot."
. PAYING" THEM OFF.
Managing Kdilor "Did you pay
the artist who illustrated that great
poem 'Christmas Chimes,' on your
Secretary "Yes, sir. Sent him
a check for $2.10.'
"flood. How much did you pay
"T sent him 875."
"Yes. Is there any money left?"
"About seventeen cents."
"Very well. Send it to the man
who wrote the poem." "Philadel
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X 2tl columns, purely locul mattei
Mailed to foreign countries. C por
mom, ft owim n w
. JtoiiUtfSltfCullydU rl I'hilliiUi'lS
till j W'jcl:.
Jfna. Oslioino lias it cnl'il oil fancy
noil: in this paper.
TliKtu: will bo a band onccit
lliuiiia Sqiiaie tliir, evening.
Tin: lloaid of lMuc.'ition oallfi foi
k'lideift for building a toaflici'o cot
Ingo at Hnnaprpe, Kauai.
Tinuti: will be a rclioaixal of lliu
Mikado tn-moirow (Tiicwlny) ccn
ing at 7 :I50 o'clock, at the Aiion hall.
'itiscNi:is nio busy impailiiig
.stiaigbl edges to tho walks nl the
government building yanl and i.ik
A maii, by tho lull: C. I). Hiy.inl
will close at the I'ostolllco liMiinirmv
uioiuing nt !) o'clock. All mailer
niaikcd fur (hat i".-cl will be I'm
w.udrd. A wen. known captain of one of
tin' Hawaiian iiHMchant cs..els ply
ing between San Finncisco and this
poit is In be niaiiicd ton Honolulu
young l.uly next week.
At ono o'clock this afternoon it
was tabling bard with much light
ning al Kiiik obe, ami a lcici oiu me
of rain w.iu falling all over tho
isl.ind. The Hell telephone gitebtliin
At the annual meeting of the Ho
nolulu lion Woiks Co., on the 17tb
inst.,Mr. ('. Heileiiiaiin wnKtippoinlcd
assistant manager, in tho capacity of
which be b.ul been acting for miiiic
I'AtioA biooi; rosi during the
freshet yo.-leiday about seven feet.
The water was witliin llneo feet of
the timbeis of tho' biidge on School
sheet. Tho gieatest altitude was
reached about half-past twehe.
No paiticular damage was done by
yesterday's tain lo Hie Hack of the
Oaliu Railway and Land Co. Slight
washouts ocelli led at tho bono meal
crossing and also at Kahauiki. The
damage was leadily icpaiicd and the
trains aie i tinning with their uiial
Atti:niio.v is called lo tho adver
tisement of the Hawaiian Haidwaic
Co. appearing in another column.
This company, under the manage
ment of Mr. K. It. Hendiy, has eai li
ed an enviable reputation for the ex
tent and variety of tho stock which
it curies and the specialties of which
it is agent.
Rkv. H. II. Gowcn, Piesident,
picsided at the entertainment by
the Hlue Ribbon League S.Uui
day evening. Mr. A. 1). llissell
gave a piano solo and a t-ong, also
joined with Mr. K. Lyman in a vocal
duet. Readings were given by Miss
Helen Dickson, Mr. Horace Cham
berlain, and the I'lPMilent. Mr. T.
S. Southwick delivered an addiess on
Revolution of a peaceful chaiac
tcr is now going on at the Uo em
inent building. The elegant fresco
ing of the lower balls is being supple
mented by work on the walls of the
upper halls of a beautifying nature.
Against walls of a subdued aiiy tint
a wainscoting of four feet depth
elands out in bold lelief, its sombie
stone color being set oil' by an imita
tion coinice. That the woik is in
the hands of Mr. Ruprccht piomcs
a satiafactmy completion.
Ro.Mi: complaint exists that distin
guishing minks on tho Tramcais
running np Foi tstieet aie not sufli
ciontly apparent, s.o that pas.sengoia
can bo sine whether they will go
towaid I'auoa or up Ilerctania sheet.
Some time t-ineo the unites of the
cars wcro plainly advcitised, but Int
teily sonio of the signs have- dwindled
to one or two letteis. It is urged
that tho absent letteis should be sup
plied and tho cms should be distin
guished at night by dilleient coloied
liuhlK to indicate the unite.
Ah Puck who was not smoking
opium on the 17th was found not
Lau Wai will come up again
Lee Cliai, Lee Sue, M. Fernandez,
and Maila, nolle pros, entered.
Out of Pung Wo, Alt StiHg, Ah
You, Ah Wong, Sam Fook, Ah Foo
and Ah Choy accused of unlawful
possession of opium, Pung Wo
alone proved to bo guilty and was
sentenced to pay 81U0 line and 8.1
costs, and to endure ono hour's im
prisonment at hard labor. The
balance being innocent as new born
Inbcs were restoied to the long lost
bosom3 of their respective fami
lies. All Wai and Ah Hung for mali
cious injury and larceny respectively
were remanded to the 27th and
F. Peterson, assault and battery
on Kahololti, made a statement and
was reprimanded and discharged (for
the offence, not the statement).
Miss Silva distinguished for fur
ious driving was equally fortunate.
J. Sutheiland, smuggling, re
manded to tho "27th.
Four gentlemen neglected to eall
for 8i each deposited by them a
few days since for abortive attempts
to convey an Immoderato quantity
of tanglefoot in a staid and digni
fied maimer over the surface of tho
Tho statements of Makawaho and
Ueoekahuiia, earned their deliver
anco from durance vile.
Along, remanded for assault and
battery till to-morrow.
will iW wwii.
AefinvtUf ikH tfe'H'imM'iVM 111
tflMVUl JJtifoll) i).lH!Mhk MC.
HeloW Will hd HJltiid a HsUl UaoS
tried tit the FcbiuarV term of the
Foitith Judicial Circuit, held last
week by Mr. Justice McCullv at
Nawilklll, Kauai. Chailes Crcigh
lon, Deputy Marshal, conducted tiie
HAWAII n .it in.
Kanawai (k), pleading guilty of
manslaughter thud degree, was fin
ed S10. W. O. Smith for defendant.
Kupele (I) and Knuuilumi, foi
gery, not pios'd.
Nihoa (k) and Lna (k), child
stealing, nul. pros'd. Kaklna for
Hill I I :i 1 1 1 1 i 1 i , selling liquor with
out license, nupiillcd. Kakina and
Kaco for defendanls.
Miholani. malicious binning, con
victed and sentenced to lluce yeais
at hard labor.
Nakolnilani (k) and Nihoa (k),
malicious mischief, ennvicted and
lined SHI each. K'lkimi for defend
ants. Princcville Plantalion Co. vs.
Mauliola ct al., ejectment. Verdict
for plaintiff. W. O. Smith for
plaintiff; Antonc Rosa for defend
ant. F.stale S. Klia Maalo ; probate.
Appeal fiom local ciicuit court.
Vei diet sustaining the will, llarc
naba for the will ; ICalua and Rosa
James W. Apolo vs. Kauo; tics
pass. Damages, 6200. Appeal
from local circuit court. Verdict
for plaintiff. W. (). Smith for plain
tiff; A. Rosa for defendant.
MINT.l) j tin.
Holi vs. Stolz, criminal conversa
tion. Damages, 8:1,000. Verdict
for defendant. A. Rosa for plain
tiff; W. O. Smith for defendant.
Ta Mon (Ch.), embe.lcnient.
Convicted and sentenced to one
year's imprisonment at haid labor.
W. O. Smith for defendant.
Antonc Rodiiqucsjobstructing and
perverting tho course of justice, nol
pios'd. W. O. Smith for defendant.
Tan See How (Ch.), bribery of
police olllcer, pleaded guilly and
was lined S.r0.
Manuel da Silva, selling liquor
without a license, acquitted.
Ah Aka, bribery, found guilty
and lined 8100. W. O. Smith for
K. Maguire, perjury, convicted
and sentenced to one year's impri
sonment at hard labor.
Renigno, housebreaking, acquit
ted. A. Rosa for defendant.
Chung Man, larceny, accessory to
the fact, nol. pros'd.
Nakayama, fnrioii3 drjving, found
guilty and lined SfiO. J. II. P.aie
naba for defendant.
Hana Kauanaulu vs. Kauanaulu.
Divorce granted on the ground of
desertion. W. O. Smith for plain
tiff. CELEBRATION" AT THE ARION.
The social at the Honolulu Aiion,
in celebration of Washington's hit Ut
ility, was one of the most enjoyable
parties ever given at that popular
tcsorl. From thirty to forty couples
engaged in the dance. Colored lan
terns adorned the exterior of the
building, while all the openings and
wall spaces were draped with vari
ous national Hags. The chief decor
ation was a portrait of CSeorge
Washington in ftont or the stage,
draped with the American and Gor
man Hags. Palms and flowers wcie
arranged with taste at tho doors and
elsewhere. J. llartram, C. Char
lock and W. Wolters were the clll
cicnt lloor managers. The Hawai
ian orchestra lurnished music. Re
freshments were solved in abund
ance. Shortly before midnight the
celebration was In ought lo a happy
close by the singing of Star
Spamrled Manner, Watch on the
Rhine and Hawaii Ponoi.
"Yes," rcmaiked skipper Jack
son, calmly abstracting a two-bit
cigar from the icporter's vest
pocket, "this lias been a wet winter;
but it is nothing compared with '(12.
At that time I was in California.
Talk' about rain! It came down in
such ropes you could hitch a horse
to 'em. L'uibrellas wero of no
earthly use. We Just used to
plunge six or eight times a day
through a clothes-wringer. The
Hoods would dash open the front
door of a house, rush all through it
and spurt out of the chimney forty
feet high. All the meridians of
longitude and parallels of latitude
wcro washed overboard. The rivers
were the driest places to he found.
The valleys got so Hooded as to back
the water up a seven hundred foot
grade over Mt. Whitney. Rain)
Why, tho ducks swimming would ho
covered with eight or ten feet of
water in no time. Lightning shot
athwart the sky fringed with drip
ping lain like n bamboo sorcon.
Real estate went up. In fact every
house was about twelve feet higher
than the Tower of Mabel and was
rigged with a staysail and supplied
with a rudder. JOvery town was a
licet. Some houses, howccr, were
detached and hence the origin of
Moating a loan see?" And it came
to pass the reporter, being a man
of largo family and having an in
come thai barely enabled him In
vote for Nobles, did not then and
there tumble neither ho, nor his
heirs, nor his nssigns forever,
' mm m mm
HtfAH VAPflfl IHQIHEi
A Hwiinthhl'to attiuVd !'ohwIm
XlHfKtio M'hhotu rMeh"ii
At ilia lliiwdlati Ctutlagc IV
workshop there Is n Very Inteieeting
plant on exhibition known as the
Regan Vapor Kngine. Gasoline)
air aiid electricity arc the factors
which cause and sustain its motion.
The frame of the engine plant is en
tirely of lion, cast in a graceful,
upright foi m. The slruclitic is
about live feet high. The base is
in the foi in of a perforated diiim
about one loot high, and suimouiit
ing this is an upright fiame contain
ing the shaft and piston rod, the
play of which is plainly visible.
Clowning tliis is an inverted cup
cylinder with a four and one-half
inch diameter and a Ihe and one
halt inch stroke. Enveloping the
cylinder Is a cast lion water jacket,
lletw ecu the outside of the former
and the inside of the latter llieic i
n space of one and one-half inchc.
A lly wheel :i feel :J inches in dia
meter and a band wheel complete
the engine plant, making a weight
of about !i00 pounds.
At a respectful distance a small
eight gallon tank is embedded in the
ground. The interior of this is
taken up a ith a spiral coil contain
ing gasoline. Only half the full
quantity of gasoline is generally
used and this is capable of i mining
the engine continuously for sixteen
Iiour3. The engine in question is of
four horse power. The gasoline after
circulating through the hose enters
a hose connecting with the engine
in the form of gas. A governor ad
justs and legulatcs its passage.
Uniting at this point with the How
of gas is a draught of air through
another siinit hose which is led from
the pel foratcd drum base to insuie
clean air. The proper pioportions
of air and ga3oline are secured by
means of grade cocks. A very
slight turn of cithei of those cock's
will have a perceptible effect on the
speed of the .engine. The propor
tions observed are ten parts air lo
one of gasoline
Into the lower part of the water
jacket investing the cylinder Hows a
one-fourth inch stteain of water.
This is designed to cool the cylinder.
The heat of the latter, however, ne
cessitates a constant supply of the
liquid and consequently demands an
outlet which is furnished by a one
fourth inch hose leading from the
upper portion of the jacket. The
expansion caused by heat rendeis
this discharge possible. It will thus
be seen that there is a constant, cir
culation of water about the cylinder.
An exhaust pipe of no special length
terminating in a drum relieves tho
cylinder of superfluous gasoline and
A Gassncr diy battery having
five cells with induction coil com
pletes the list of causes. The phil
osophy of the motion resulting is
about as follows: The heat neces
sary to produce expansion in the
open cylinder is caused by the com
bustion of gasoline. The air serves to
support the Maine, and the expansion
of unconsumed gasoline and air con
sequent upon the heat evolved drives
the piston rod down. The electric
spark merely serves to ignite the
gasoline. The lclurn of the piston
rod is accomplished by the momen
tum ofthejly wheel. So the explo
sion induced by electric sparks
drives tho rod one way and the re
actionary tendency of the revolution
resulting, causes it lo come back.
From which it will readily be seen
that the momentum of the lly wheel
must be unimpeded to a ceitain ex
tent by the resistance lo be over
come. Two hundred revolutions
per minute arc found necessary to
secure the proper impetus for the
rctuinolthe piston lod. Hence it
is impoilant not lo use the engine
for driving when the l evolution!, of
the lly wheel fall below two hun
dred per minute.
The Moor space occupied by this
eccentric little motor is about
two and one-half by three and
one-half feet. Mr. Warren Dut
ton, who courteously supplied the
reporter with tho foregoing in
formation, asscrls thai the cost of
running the plant docs not exceed
fifteen cents por hour. Its price be
ing but 81 ')0, places it within the
reach of all desiring a cheap power
for light uses. Fugincs of fifteen
horse power having a double cylin
der are also manufartuicd by the
Regan Manufacturing Co.
At a meeting of Kameliaincha
Lodge of Perfection No. 1, A., and
A.'. S. R., Feb 2!), the following
olliecrs were duly elected to serve
for the ensuing Masonic term :
S. F. Houslcy, V.-. Mv.
AV. Auld,"S. C.. W.
1. H. Norton, ,. .(!.-. W.
J.T. Downey, (J.-. S.-.
P, Opfeigclt, U. T.,
The installation of ihe olliecrs
elect will take place next Thursday
evening at 7 :'!() o'clock at the hall
of Lodge le Progrcs.
"O ING up 220
Mutual Telephone for
Odorless Kxu.iviition. 48- tf
V kinds for sale at Ihu
Lille Ice Cieain l'ailois.
RING "! SBU Mutual Telephone for
Odoiluss Kvcavatlon. 483 tf
rpHE I'nellic Hnnhwirn Co lime just
X uceivcil a lingo lot tit lliduieli in
hulk, which they are selling low.
NEW YORK LINE I
NEW YORK LINE
Atf Al Vo'-el Will be ilciutclli'd foi
Honolulu to "all fiom New Voik
In nil the iiiuuth of Apill. Ciders fot
goods to bo shipped by tills ci'l
should be foi wauled as eaily as possi
ble to Iimhc shipment. Por fuither
p.iitlculai luiiille of the Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, V. II. CROSsMAX A. ItKO.,
77 A 711 llto.ul sticct,
IS" Sin New Yuri. Cltv.
"VTOW that the rainy soison is upon
-Ll u, eturyliody until a door mat
Unit will be mi ornament at the front
door, mill will thorn igltly do the woik
leqiiired of it. Tho
llarfman Steel Wire &lat!
Is u-t the thing. It cannot become
soaked by tain, as is Ill's ense with fiber
mats, mill it always keeps chnn. Ileing
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wire mats now in
U'e. They are far superior to ar.d fur
tnoie durable than llhei or rubber. Can
be had of Steel Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opposite Bprci.kuls & Co 's Itauk,
'13-' tr Foit strict, Honolulu.
HAS resume 1
piactice. Office: 81
School street between Niiiiaiiu anil
Lilllia streets. Telephone: Oftlcu:
Mutual Sill, Hell 'J 12. Residence:
Mutual U12, Hell 4T. l!U lw
COIMLSof this Daily IU'I.i.i'.tin, of
the dates spcdilfd below, JiO cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
delheiy at this olllce:
January lie, IMHO. 4'opirw.
Frltruury 4, 1MU, M Caitlec
ASITtTATIO.V as Iiookkeeper in
lowu or plantation. AddresB
"C. D. P.," Ihis olllce. " 480 Hi
A SITUATION as Sugar Clerk or
Night Watchman at a mill, or a
place us Luna on n good plantation
Has experience and can furnish good
leference. Cill or address "M. 13. P.,"
Bui.t.KTiN Ofllce. 4,r)7 tf
XS Saloon on Mon.
day night, Feb. 17th,
oircl Mure, branded
- "A. K." on oil' hind
leg. Anyone returning to Commercial
Saloon will receive a suitable rcwunl.
IIHKWOOI) for sale at Hawaiian
Commercial Salosioniiu, corner of
Queen and Niiuunii hUcUh. 1C8 If
FIN 12 Norman
hrol.cn to carriage or
sound , a bargain.
Foi pniticnhua inmiirc oT
Witt Cait. CLUNKY.
Real Eslato For Sale.
rIWO Houses and Lots on
I X Hobcllo Iinc, l'alamu.
Convenient to uteani and tram
cars. Very healthy locality. Lot on
King street, near Hamaiiku's.L'ine. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. UOWLEK.
Or Chas. T. (lulick. 4(10 3m
TO LET or LEASE
Young sticet, opposite
Ico Works, a Small
Cottage roiitulnlng 4 rooms;
large btahlo and ynrd, artesian wnter
laid on; ery deblrablo for hack or dray
huslncij. Apply lo
1-0 If At K. O. Hall & son.
,-- i ,, - -,. i., .
MIL CHAN KOW, the watchmaker,
will soon Icivc the employ of the
iiuilrridgiicd. 1'erHous having clock?,
watches, jewelry, etc., in ihu hands of
the iunlersdgiHil for ropairn, etc., are
hereby leipiusted to claim them bofoiu
Mhm'Ii 1, I bill), otliciwlsc their claims
will forever be denied.
U7 Niiuunii Hltcoi.
Honolulu, Feb. SI, 1800. 484
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a Hireling of the lloaid of Dhre
loisof iho Kiiplolaul I'aik Asso
ciation, held Febniaiy 111, IS'.H), tho fol
lowing gentlemen weio )e-rlrcled to
scne as oIllrcH dm Ing tin ensiling
Hon. A. S. Cleghorii Piesident,
Hon. Cecil Hiowii..Vlee-l,resldeul,
Hon. W. (!. Iiwlu Tiriihiurr,
W. M. tllfl.ud Srcirt.uy.
17'! lw Seciciaiy.
The Mipiitahlo shows figures equal Id lllosfi of
sheds of sonic very respcctahlc-sied Stale?. The
The Kquitablc Life Assurance Society Is a colossal institution. It Is
Unique in its position and m.u vclous in its iccord. It occupies the highest,
place among kindled institutions. The Irish Insurance Hanking mid
II is no use disguising the fact that the F.quitable holds a remarkable
position among Hie Insurance olllccs of the Win hi. It docs a laiger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give a belter contiact than any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
Willi the pitiful system of state insurance in fiorinany compare what
is done by some of thegieat private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of thcin all, for instance, the Kqiiitable Life Assurance Society of the United
Slates. Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of American Life Olllccs and therefore the largest in the
World is the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of Ihe l S. f Fairplay of
The olllre that has done the most in promoting safe and librr.il Life'
Insutance is the Kquitablc Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
New business in
Income for 1880,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablc Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
K. it. Hr.SDitY, Pi csldent a; Manager.
(iDlii'iihY Hltow.v, Seeietaiy &Tic.imi
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
Oppo. NprcckolH' Jtunk, : Fort Street, Ilonolnln.
IMTOUTKHS and DEALERS IN
Genl Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain uud decorated; and Wedgcwood
I'iauo, Libi.uy & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it- Klectolicin,
Lamp Fhtuios of all kinds, A complete nsor'.in'l of Drills fc Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "liaelle" Il-whoelod Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Hluebe.ird Rice l'low, l'lantcru' Steel & GooHcnecked Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSEN12, LINSEED,
l'ainls', YainiBhcs it Urti&hes, Manila it Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JErloNO, Hohc, Hlohc
RUBUER, WIRE-ROUND of .superior quality, & STEAM,
Agate lion Waie, Silver l'l.ited Waie, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot ,t Caps, Tho Colebi.ited"Club" Machine-loaded C.utriilgrp,
yvc; lors'X'e fob
"New l'rocchrt" Rope,
Hail'ri Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
ILirtniau's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wiie Main,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gate City Stone Filteit.,
"Now Piocess" Twist Drills,
nov-29-8!) Neal's Carriago Taints.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Bailders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements ,
CupcnlcrH, lllacksniitbh', Machinisth' it Plumboin' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils,Variiisliiv, Lamp flood and
CJeiieitt,l Vteielin.iiHNo. w
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's CentrlfugalF,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & RemiDgton Sewing Hacbines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ld,
Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
fl.ihauied Fence Wiie, lllack Steel Fence Wire, (ialvanicil Staples,
lHack Stapled, Special Juality Fenco SlaplcH.
NEW GOODS ! m lor NEW GOODS !
In all linen by late anivaK AgontH for " '
llnhher (JiuiUm Hose, AVlro Hound IIosu, Stomn Hose,
or vi:kv surmium quauvv.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
11. F. Dim.inuiiam, .1. 0. ScuNcmt, F. L. WiNiim,
Piesidcnl. Manager A Secretary. Tieasiuer.
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fnsuiancc World (if.
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