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TUKSDAY, FKH. :", 1890.
Si lilt Kaala loin Ivilanea ami l!illl!ll(!
Srlir Kaiililua from I.:iIiiiIm:i
Schr K:i:ilnl.:it ftoin Kauai
Sltnr Ihiwuil for llain.il.ua nt in u in
.stinr V G lt.ll for Liilinlun. Masi'laea,
(Coii:i. Kan unil tlio Volcano ut 111
o'clock a III
Sliur Mlkahala for Kaualo p tn
Am lk O I) Bryant, .lacoben, for S.itt
Stint' l.lkellkc for Maul :it R p m
Stinr .las Makee for Kapau ut 4 p in
Sehr Kawnllaiil forKoolatt
.Stmr Wtiiiik'tilu for Xawlllwlll mill Ha-
naiiiuiilii at Tip tn
Sehr r.avlnla for Kwa
Sehr Sarah fc Kll.a for Koolan
Stinr l.ehita for Xnn anil llaka'im
Schr-.Mary K Foster for llanapepe
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr hvalanl for l.aliaimi anil llama-
knu at in a m
StnirKllniiea Hon for Ilainakna at Spin
.Sttnr Viva for Molokal
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr V G
Hall, Fob .- Prof W T Itilf-liain, A
Waiisoy, Jt U Kariillehl. .S (Jlbbaru" anil
wife, Mrs W 1) Dunn, Mm T W I'.verett
anil niece, Mrs W U Achl, Mn .1 Alapal,
K Hopkins, Ho Fon, .1 M Monsariat, A
.1 Cartwrlnht aniir.fiileck. For Volcano:
.1 Dana anil wife, Mr Kvcrett anil wife.
Dr Heir anil wife, Mr Kenilllanl. MNs
ltenillhuil, Mrs nnillli. MUs Me-erole,
Mrs Sparhawk anil Miss tiivnuinii.
For San Francisco, perbk 01) llrvanl,
Fell -jfl M X Kenncilc, wlfo noil child,
M's.T Grace and :t ehlliheii, .1 II Ken
nedy, and 1' tf lingers.
From Kauai, per tiur Kaala, Fell '
Thu Hawaiian lia'k f.ady Lampoon,
Captain F () Siiilergreii, siiled yester
day afternoon for San Fraiiel-ro wllh
C'.i.'i tons sujjnr vulneil at ;:!. l7,-i.;ii. Tilts
hlppers were: Castle & Cooke. '-',1110
bagi sn-rar; 0 Brewer & Co, 7. I0 bags
Migar; Theo II Duvlcs & Co, 'J,0l." bags
aigar. Totals: ll,."i:!5 bags snar,
(l,:ibii,IH7 His), doinwtlc value, ski,
I7r..t;(j. Thu liatk O 11 Bryant sailed this
morning for San FraiicKeo with !MK)
bugs rice and 2;l,!)7:t bags sugar, thu
largest caro yet shlppeil fori-'omc tlmu.
'I'Iid shippers were as tollow: II Hack
l'eld & Co, l!).i!7r bags sugar: M S Gtln
b.ium & Co, -1.2'Jd bags sugar; Wing Wo
Ohan &, Co, :I0(I bags rice. Totals : ton
nage, l,o:i( tons; ikitncstlc value, 8134,
Mi'l. Thn American baik Xew-lmy, Capt
.lolinsnn, will sail from Kahnln'i. Maul,
to-morrow with a full cargo of sugar
lor San Francisco.
Tie bark Forest Queen is at tin Kinait
wharf taking in sugar.
The .steamer J.lkuliko takes a lot of
inachliiwry for Haiku this afternoon.
The steamer Kaala arrived at noon
to-day from Kllauea with IMO bags
Tliebarkentlnes Mary Wlnkuhnan and
Planter are in the stream waiting for
their turn tn load.
The tern Eva, Captain J O Wiktimu,
tinlshed discharging her :t00,00!) feet
lumber this morning. Shu Is taking in
ballast, and will sail about next Thnrs
day for "Kureka.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A UHA'uoirr linrso is wanted.
Ort. 15, Honolulu Hilles, will hold a
meeting this evening to elect 11 Cap
tain. The annual meeting of the Uiilish
Olub will be held Monday evening
IIeciI'Hocitv Sugar Co. stockhold
ers are called for important business
at V. K. Castlo's oflice, Saturday
IIbavv sliowcrs fell last night. It
trieil to bo line weather to-day, but
broke down in a ilclugo at noon. This
afternoon frequent downpours come
from leaden skies.
N. S. Sachs, in his large space on
the(iiiBt pago, gives a list of large
importations of rich dress materials
and other goods, now opened at the
Popular Millinery Hottbo.
Tin: first annual meeting of tlio
Onliu Railway and Land Company at
II )). in. will be one of the events of
to-morrow. Olllcers arc to be elect
ed and other important business
TlIK llUI.I.KTIN StlMMAItV for tills
week is issued and for sale at the of
lice and bookstores. It is icplctu
with 'matter of local interest, and
contains some unusually good selec
tinn.s. Secure copies for next foreign
.- . 1 m -
Lovr.'s Hakory has a large new
advcitisement in this paper. At this
plaeo all kinds' of luead are sold and
delivered to bouses or ships. In "d
diliou to thu bakery business an ex
cellent cotleo saloon is kept wn the
Til k Crystal Soda Woiks have re
minded the lSiiM.KTl.v stall' of their
devoted consideration by sending in
a dozen of their sarsaparilla and iion
lieveYage. It seems just thu drink
for keeping oil' tlio grip tho saisa
parillii datifying the lifo currents
and tlio iion btiengtlieuing tlio whole
A TKAMCAJt on King stioet tis
morning ran foul of a wagon, break
ing the polo and dishing a wheel. It
is stated that tliu car diiver exulted
over tlio exploit, letniuding the wa
gon driver that ho had threatoncd to
"fix him." It is further stated that
the samo oar 11 little farther on nar
rowly missed doing the sanio thing
to another wagon, when tlio ear
driver turned to the wagoner and
told him lie would catch him yet, to
look behind at what thu other fellow
had got. If tho account is correct
the oar driver's conduct is a matter
for discipline hy his employer1.
, TRIAL OF PAIKULI. .
The HoiiroHCntntlve l'.letl of Kotitnu
OlMi'lot Couvielcil nrMitUiuc tin
lii'iipet' f'.tt'etluli Itettii'iiN
Tlic long-looked for easu of Hex
vs. l'aikitli tittr.ieted u lliion of cu
rious spectators to the Police Court
room this morning. It will he re
membered thai J. I.. ICaiiliikoii mid
J. N. l'alkiili were opposing candi
dnlcs at lltn Int, election. I'aikuli
was the victor by two majority.
Subsequently I'aikuli wits arrested
for failure ' to make sworn returns
as roqiiircd by law. Owing lo ina
bility of his counsel to lie present,
till now the case was postponed till
to-day. Messrs. Kinney and Kati
Iiikou conducted the nroiiccutioti,
while .Messrs. Davidson, Itosn and
Kane were retained for the defense.
The prisoner was first ttied upon
the charge of lailureto make proper
return of election expenses as ie
quired by law. Tito following wit
nesses were sworn and examined on
behalf of the prosecution:
Asu Kaulia Was one of Hie In
spectors of Kleclion at. Kaneohe on
Fob. .". Have at no time since elec
tion received a statement ol I'aikit
li's expenses. Signed ti ceililicatc
of his election.
las. Olds Testimony substan
tially the same.
J. A. Hassingcr Am Chief Clerk
of the Interior Department. (Pro
ducing document.) Defendant gave
me this. Hrouyht in throe envel
opes; one contained this document;
anotlicr, Hie cerlilicate of election;
and Hip thiiil was addressed to de
fendant himself. This was returned
to him. This document was opened
in presence of defendant. This as
I remember is a copy of the original
document. Cannot account for its
being in my possession. (Witness
was here temporarily excused to ob
tain original document.)
M. Hose- Was chairman of Hoard
of Inspectors at Koolan for election
Kelt. .). ltcc'civcd statement of Pai
kuli's election expenses Feb. l.",
not fiom him directly but from my
wife. Wasjn the Held when it was
handed to me. It was unenclosed.
Sent it to Minister of I he Interior
Monday 17th. Noticed that state
ment was not sworn to.
Cross-examined Live about ton
miles from here. Document was
handed to me by my wife who said
Win. Henry gave it to her.
Win. Henry I delivered docu
ment, to Mrs. Hose. Think it. was
on Saturday .subsequent to election.
Received it from Kailaa with request
to deliver tn one of the election in
spectors. (Inspecting document.)
This resembles the paper.
Cross-examined Was wrapped in
a newspaper addressed to three dif
Kailaa Remember giving a docu
ment to Deputy Sheriff some time
after election. Did not give it to
Henry. Don't know the deputy
sheriff. He is a half-white. Gave
it to him Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Henry and others were present when
I gave it to him. I'aikuli gave it to
my wife with 11 message to deliver
it. I'aikuli had gone before I re
turned. Recognize document in
Paikuli's handwriting. A newspaper
was tied loosely about it with a
string. It was addressed in Pai
kuli's handwriting but did not no
tice lo whom. Cannot positively
identify this as paper.
R. Makahalupa Mr. Rose hand
ed me document to deliver to In
terior Department. Delivered it to
Minister Thurston in person. Was
present when Kailaa brought it to
Kaneohe. lie brought it on Satur
day saying he had something from
I'aikuli. Directed him lo hand it
to deputy sheriff.
J. A. Ilassinger (returning) Am
unable to produce original of this
document as before intended. Am
sure I'aikuli gave mo three envel
opes. Wish to correct testimony.
Received a letter of date May 17th,
mentioning enclosure of election ex
penses of I'aikuli and Kaulukou.
My impression of two copies of
document is very strong but the
document before the Court is the
only one in the possession of the
Interior Department. Can find no
other. Document is endorsed in
hand of Jno. II. ltrown, temporarily
acting as clerk.
Mr. Davidson of counsel for de
fense Now moves the dismissal of
tho case on the grounds of no case
bv prosecution. Mr. Ilassingcr's
testimony is so full of puzzles and
uncertainty that defendant is enti
tled to all Hie doubt which it sheds.
(Reading from authorities and from
the statutes). The authorities cited
and the sHitntcs jist read do not
say that the return might not be
made outside of the ten days. The
limit of time is purely directory and
tint mandatory in any sense of the
word. Iii regard to that portion of
the schedule entitled "miscellan
eous" it does not follow that because
it is unitcmized, it can or should bo
construed to imply bribery, unless
direct testimony be introduced in
support of it. Without the same
direct proof of wrongful intent on the
part of defendant, tho mcro fact of
friends working earnestly a spenyp
Ills oluctlon does nqt constitute or
Imply a violation of the law. The
defendant was entitled to spend $0.
He returns $il(!.Ufi presumably on
Mr. Kinney replying, directs at
tention to thu fact that return is not
sworn to. There is no other olllcial
report. It is premature to ask a
dismissal of tho case. No evidenco
has been adduced by defeuso to
show I'aikuli made another report.
Until that is proven we arc entitled
to regard this as the only document
cxldiil. This Is .1 ct?c for vindica
tion of law and not for the endorse
ment of Ireaks of political parties.
Tlieto is no suspicion of unfair In
tention on the pari of thn defendant,
yet ho has failed to comply willl the
law and is therefore subject to the
penalties consequent upon its in
fringement. It Is only asked that
the lightest possible sentence may
Mr. Davidson contends that the
returns can lie made any time be
foie the session of Hie Legislature,
lie objects lo i'aikuli being required
to defend himself where there is no
accusation. It is the duly of Hie
prosecution to make an allegation
of guilt and not for defense lo testify
on an imaginary implication.
Motion overruled. The Court di
rects the prisoner to stv.nd up and
addresses him as follows:
There is no evidence of bad faith,
hut there has been a violation of
a law which cries for enforcement.
To my mind I he only question at
issue is whether Hie 'deletnlaiit has
made a sworn statement. That he
has furnished a statement admits of
no doubt. It is now beloro the
Court hut it is not sworn lo. Whcic
facts arc clear and doubts exist as
to construction of law my duty is to
lind technical guilt until points arc
adjudicated by the Supreme Court.
1 regret that these points cannot at
once be passed upon by the Supreme
Court. I am not responsible for
the policy of Hie (iovoriuneiit in
bringing this case. 1 shall impose
a merely nominal penalty because
in the violation of law no criminal
intent lias been shown. This nomi
nal penally will answer the require
ments of leniency. And it not
severe enough may lie rectilicd by
the Appellate Coittt. 1 therefore
impose live minutes' imprisonment
at hard labor. Costs S:i.7ii.
After the Sheriff had secured or
der and a cessation of merriment on
the part of the audience, the de
fense gave notice of appeal.
Tills afternoon Hie same defend
ant is being tried on a second
charge, that, of improper expendi
ture as shown by his unsworn state
ment. WAILUKU POLITICAL MORALS.
F.nrrouRri.iXTix: A correspond
ent in yesterday's Advertiser in
sinuates "according to what is said"
(a poor phrase for positive asser
tion) that the National Reform party
used "free rum or election gin" with
which to intoxicate people. "It
was said so when the Reform party
held the mass meeting in Wailukii
Skating Rink, and a lot of drunken
people tried to break up the meet
ing, and it has been said after
wards." Why did not the Advertiser get
someone who was present at that
meeting to make an assertion, in
stead of accepting the hearsay of
some manager's hireling at third
hand of what "has been said after
wards." Is that sort of evidence
good enough for any honest minded
I here state the actual facts about
the meeting referred to. Notice was
sent to the plantations around Wai
lukii that Mr. W. O. Smith, with the
Portuguese interpreter in tow, would
on a certain night hold forth at the
Wailuku Skating Rink, and man
agers wore to get the voting material
of the plantations into the rink to be
convinced by the dulcet tones of
Smith and Vivas. The serfs were
forced to the meeting but objected
the natives first, then the Portu
guese to the arguments of the
special pleaders, and, after some
lively evidences of contra opinions,
left the hall to the. sole occupation
of Smith and Vivas and the few
lunas who were trying lo whip in
tho audience. Not a Hawaiian or
Portuguese was to be seen in the
rink half an hour after the meeting
Mr. Smith no doubt expected a
different reception, as, in addition
lo plantation ' influence, a special
agent from an influential firm was
sent ahead, to inllueuce certain ten
ants and lessees. Wailuku did not
vote entirely by plantation orders,
and now comes the manager's power
to get even with voters; and we
sec, all over the district, political
vengeance, in the form of discharg
ing, is being taken on lunas, labor
ers, utistom nouso guards, etc.
Kvery onu suspected of National
Reform tendencies is lo feel the
tower of the autocratic fist.
A day is near at hand in which it
will be in order to have u commis
sion to enquire into the working of
the election law in certain districts,
and whether the existence of cor
rupt practices on tho part ot serf
holders should not bo provided for
In a more effective manner than the
present. In the meantime, the one
solitary National Reformer who was
arrested on the information of the
Inspector of Elections (who is alio
bookkeeper ot Wailuku plantation),
is likely to be honored by the com
pany of certain active Maui Reform
ers, of whose !c(sj mid identity I
will ho silent, lest I should follow
tho improper course of the Adver
tiser scribe in commenting on a, ca,so
that is pending trial,
The arrested man is a wellknown
bookkeeper, whoso salary was se-
Ldom less than double that of the
Noble qualification, and on arrhal
in Honolulu ho was promptly bailed
out by the Mechanics' Union who
will seo also, when the time comes,
that this victim of a Wailuku olll
cial's vendetta will not want frionds
to seo thnt he gets fair play in a law
JloNOMM.I), H. t.
New NIii'Mh rot' the llmvart
It has just got out tlio t "Water of
Troy, the famous maker of paper
boats for college erew.s, has had a
tcpresentative here measuring a fast
boat from which to build new shells
for both the Harvard and Yale crews
this year. The mission of the boat
builder was to gel the lines of the
eight-oared cedar shell owned by
President IJdward P. Hairy of lli'e
New Kngland Amateur Rowing As
sociation, and said to be the fastest
eight-oared lacing shell ever seen in
It is the boat which was built at
a cost of 81200 by a famous KnglUh
boat-maker for the Harvard 'Vaislty
cicw of 1K.S7, and was purchased
last year by Mr. Harry, -o that it
could be rowed by the City Point
elght-oared crew at Woicjster. Har
vard's only reason for selling it was
because it was too light lor a crew
with an average weight of over H'.O
pounds if lowed in as rough water
as that goncially had at New Lon
don. In a trial on the Charles river,
under a well-known professional
coach, the Harvard 'Varsity crew of
'87 found the boat to be about ten
seconds faster in each mile than any
boat then in possession of the Har
vard lSoat Club, and since that time
no boat has been found ils equal for
To-day the gentleman represent
ing Waters spent three hours on the
dimensions of the boat, and it is
quite likely that when he icturusto
Troy a model will be cast for mak
ing a paper boat for both Harvard
and Yale this year. A new model
for an eight-oared paper shell costs
about $1000, hut the paper boat is
afterward turned out for a groat
deal less cost and sold for about
SUM). ItoiUm Corr. New York
II Honolulu Hilles,
Kxcclsior Lodge No. 1,1. (). O,
Court Lunalilo, No. (ii'.OO A. O
F., at 7 :!!().
WHY IS IT?
is it, that with
How is it, that with an acting
Attorney-General, a Deputy Attorney-General,
and a Deputy Mar
shal, also a lawyer of no mean re
pute, that the country must be put
to the expense of engaging an out
sider lo conduct a case in the Police
THE EDITOR'S APPEAL.
An editor who had been pounding
away at Ids delinquent subscribers
for some time, finally brought them
to their sense of duty with the fol
lowing poetical parody :
"Lives of poor men oft remind us
honest toil don't stand a chance;
more we work we leave behind us
bigger patches on our pants. On
our pants once new and glossy now
are patches of different line; all
because subscribers linger and
won't pay up what is due. Then
let nil he up and doing; scud 111
your mite be it so small, or when
the snows of winter strike us we
shall have no pants at all." - - I5o.e
Ht'oii Oamiiiaith, a ranchman, is
reported tohavo had his leg biokeu
yesterday, while ho was crossing the
Waianao mountains, by his horse
falling on him. The lepoit says he
crawled lo the nearest native's house,
whenco a messenger was sent to
Waialua for 11 doctor. Xono being
found theie a man was sent to town
Mutual Telcnlionis for
Odorless Kxcivation. 48:! tl
CHEWING niim of all
kinds for -ale at the
i:iile leu Cream Pallors.
PING up 220
Mutual Telephone for
Odoiless Kxcavatioa. 482 if
rpHE Pacific Hardware Co. have Just
JL rtceivi'il u luigo lot of Huh'icli in
hulk, which they are selling low.
A DRAFT 1IOKSK
for baggage wa
gon; Hand .stock pre
ferred. Apply at ibis
olllee. 4S7 aw
AMKETIN'O of the Mockholdeis ot
the lteelproelty Sugar Co. will be
hold at the olllee of W. It. Castle, at 12
o'clock noon, SATURDAY, March 1.
IStiO. business of Importance.
1"MIU annual meeting of the H1I1M1
JL Club will be held 011 MONDAY,
ihellld of March, I WO, at 7 iltt) o'eluek
Honolulu, Fob. 2.'., 1PH0. Is
"lTMHKWOOn for sale at
X Commercial Salesiooiu", coiner of
(iivcn and Ninmmt ptiech
NEW YORK LINE I
AN A1 Ve el will be dispatched for
Honolulu to kall from New Voik
In all Hie mouth of April. Orders for
ooils to lie 'hipped by till- ecl
diotihl be forwiilili'd as eaily as po.
ble lo iuuic ohlpmeut. l-'or furlher
pill llrillin- inqutic of the Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, V. II.OIKHKMAX it DUO..
77 it 70 llload stieet,
IS.1 iin New York Oily.
0V that the rainy season Is upon
U5, every body wants 11 door mat
Hint will bo an ornament nt the front
door, and will tlioioughly do the work
required of it. The '
llai-liiian StccL riic Mat!
Is ust (he thing. It c.iiinot become
soaked by lab), as is thu rMn with llbei
mats, sunt it always keeps ckan. lluing
made of Galvanized Wire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of the wlie mats now in
ii'e. They nrj f.ir superior to and fat
more duiablu than llliei or uihljcr. Can
be had ot Steel Wire nt
Hawaiian Hani ware Co.,
Opposite Bprcckels & Co 's lljuk,
432 tf Foil strict, Honolulu.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH iiiul rLUMIHSIt,
Coiner of King and Ahikca streets,
Honolulu, 11. I.
Worktliop--Mut ZCI Hcjidence--Mut 23G
Stir Kstimnlcs furnished on all clusses
of plumbing ami tlusnuilliing work.
FlrH clusi woikuianslili) and mati-iial
gunrnntccd In all the above brunches
ol my business at reasonable rates.
A SMALL LNVOICK
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
421 tf i
SI'IVATIOX as llookkceper in
town or plantation. Address
I). V.," this olllee. 480 III
A SITUATION as Sugar (JIcilc 01
Night Watchman ut a mill, or n
flucc 11.1 Luna on a good plantation
las experience and can furnish good
reference. Call or address "M. E. 1.,"
Uum.ktin Oflice. 4!i7 If
COPIES of the Daily lln.i.r.Tix, ol
the dates spccilicd below, .'0 cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
delivery at this olllee:
.lunuaiy l!, 1MHK. : !oiIch.
February 4, 1NSU, M Coplex.
practice. Olllee: 81
School street between Nuiiauu nml
Lillha streets. Telephones: Olllee:
MutunI 'Sit, Hell 2-12. llcshleuee:
Mutual 312, Hull 45.1. 481 lw
lioal Estate For Sale.
rpVO Houses and Lots on
X ltobello Lane, PalaniH.
Convenient lo steam and liaiu
cms. Very healthy locality. Lot oi
Kim; street, near Hatuauku's Line. For
particulars apply to
.JOHN F. HOWLEH.
OrClias.T. Oulick. 4(10 !lm
TO LET or LEASE
ON Yoiuitr street, opposite
Ice Works, n Small
Collage containing 4 rooms;
large Mable and yard, artesian water
laid on; very desirable for hack or dray
buiinc-s. Apply to
If0lf At E. O. Hall & Son.
yH.CUAN K'OW, the watchmaker,
LtX will toon leave thu employ of the
undersigned. Persom having clocks,
watches, Juwelry, etc., iu thn hands nt
the tiudeislgnid fur lep'-Urv, etc., air
hereby icquesttd to claim Ilium befoie
Match 1, 1H!K, otherwise their claims
will foicvcr be denied.
FA I KEE,
07 Nuuanii sticci.
Honolulu, Feb. SI, 181)0. -IS 1 bi'
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the Doaid of Direc
tors of the Kaplolau! Park Asso
ciation, held February 10, l&iio. tho fol
lowing gentlemen were re-elected to
cene as olllcers during the eu-ulug
Hon. A. S. Oleghorn President,
Hon. Cecil lliown.. Vicc-Pre-ldeni,
lion. W. ti. Irwhi....... Treasurer,
W. M. Ollhiul Seeietaiv.
I7H lw Seeieiary,
mil,ll "t"l,TLr B
Views of the
The ICipiltahle shows figures equal to those of
sheels of some very respeetablc-si.ed States. The
The ICipiilablo Life Assurance Society is a colossal institution. It Is
unique in ils position rin'd marvelous in Its record. It occupies the higheit
place among kindred institutions. The Irish Insurance Hanking and
It iu no use disguising the f.ici that the Equitable holds a remarkable
position among Hie Insurance olllces of the World. It does a larger busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give? a better contract than any otliPr
company. Leamington Spa Courier.
With the pitiful system of state insurance in (ierinauy compare what,
is done by souieof the gieat private Assurance Companies, by the greatest
of them all, for instance, the Kqtiilahlc Life Assurance Society of the United
Stales. I Dublin Lyceum.
The largest, of American Life Olllucs'and therefore the largest In the
World is the Kquitablo Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. Fairplay of
The oflice that has done the most in promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance is the Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London
New business in lSR'.t 17i, 000,000 00
Income for 1S81) :(0,00(l,000 Ot)
Surplus I'a.iOO.OOO 00
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the lT. S. Jan-1-90
E. H. Hr.Niiuv, President A: Manager.
(!ouriti:r Unow.N, Secretary it Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. Hprcckeln Hunk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMI'OKTKKS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oeuuiue Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Library & Stand Lumps Chandeliers A- Eleetolior,
Lamp Fixtuies of all kinds, A complete assortm'l of Drills A- File.-,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "tlazelle" Il-wheeled Hiding Plow it Equalizer.
lllucbeaid Uiee Plow, Planters Steel it GpoMMicckcd llo-e,
LAPiD, CYL1NDEK, KEUOSENE, LINSEED,
Painls, Varnishes it Hrushcs, Manila fe Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Hone.
KUMJER, WIKE-H017NI) of superior quality, it STEAM,
Agate lion Wine, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
' Powder, Shot it Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cat tridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
ll.11 tinan's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gale Cilv Stone Fillers,
"Now Pioecss" Twist Drills,
nov-29-8!) Neal'.s Carriage Paints.
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Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AiJKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
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Carpenters', Blacksmith', Machinibts' Jfc Plumber Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Hleiisils, Paints, OiNVurnMii's, Lamp Goods and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugal?,
'Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Glassware & Cutlery,
(I,ilvani.cil Fence Wiie, Black Si
Black Staples, Special
NEW GOODS ! -a s&' NEW GOODS !
Iu all lines by late arrivals. Agents for
Ituhluu CS anion IIoso, Wire Bound Hosu, Stcunt Ilosw,
OP VKKV HUI'i:i!lOlt QUALITY.
. PAUIF1C HAKDWAKK CO., (LV),
15. F. DiLLtsntiAM, J. (i.SiT.Ncmr, F. L. Win mi,
jan li-'.K) Pichiilcnt. .Manager & Sceictary. Treasurer,
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Hie national balance
Insurance. World of
Just at Hand;
Wire, Cialvanioil .Staples.
Quality Fence Staple-