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Simr Khiati riiiiu Maul iiihI ll:i.iii
Am lent Alcalde, Smith, '-'. dn fimn
Stun-(J It HMiop tinm Kiinhm
li . - KWWTURES.
u s Stiiirl'lhuieanmi for Ilaiiul.nn at .i
f . .'Mini- Viva fin- Mnliil.nl
'.', Helir Kiiwidlunl for f'imlau
'. Sehr.Murv I' Folcr for lliiuiipcpe
f Simr ICiuihi fur Klluuea and lliiiiah-l
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORIIOW.
Am Iviii Eva. Wllntian. for l',iiii'k:i
Simr Iwaliiul for l.:ih;iini ami Haiiui-
kna nl III h in
I'Yom Hawaii imil Maul, per Mcanier
Kiiinn, Feb '!, l-'rimi Voli-ium: . !
Hiil.cr ;uiil ulf,-. IIC l.vmn.A ltrociiir
'Mrs Meyer. Ml' Lewis. Mi' Siuwc, .1
.1 William, Ml O'lti leu. Mr Siiliim.
Ml Ileluea. MISlii, .MN'CiutMiii,
Mr Delueca, K ,Siritii!.-l H Hiker. From
wny port: 0 I. VI"ht, Ml Mttrv
llilchcock, U Youim, Ah Yin. II !'l
Webb, 'I' It Key won h, Mnjur V II
Cornwell, Mr D'l'.iylor anil diu;hter,
mill "id dec!;.
Tor Kauai, per Mini- MIKahatu, Feb 2."i
A Ci-iipp iiihI wife, J A Miiclic, jr.
Mi-s Ouuiiln;hnin. Mi 'Vsiid. lion II
I Kiililwln. Mrs llrowii. V E II Dcver
III iiml'ii deck.
'or MihiI, pcrMnir l.lkcllKc, Feb '."
r-l'ror V I) Alexander. Dr Hull. M I)
iMoii'in r.il. wile mill cldld. It H W.il
Iniilt', John Ittcli nil-mi. N O .Mil lor
anil .'ill deck.
SriiPfHU KUjK. '
The KIikiii hroiiliL r,"ia has iiur.
SI hill hlilc, "l! h.itfs KliiKi'V, flc, IIS
lia;;- roin, IS;, hats iiolatoc. anil 1 III
The hail, licnj I-" llunl 1 III In tin
.H'ain. Tno harhi'iitlnc DNcovcry ha hrcn
niovi'd to Uii'wtM-' whiuf in' llnl-h mi
Tin Mcanicr Iwalani will lal.c a "i-lon
Imik'rfor the llouohaa uar mill to
The hail. Koic-t Qiiitii tool. In .snar
fiointhi' fl"ami'r Klnau lo-ihiy. She
will all fur San KrancUfo sthont .Satnr
ilay. Tins whaling hath Hunter Is rinMiij;
off port waiting for the nrtlvitl of the
eaptain fioin iho Coat hy the sleitiu-r-litp
The harkciilire Wtet!er va to leave
Hilo to-day with .uj;ar fer San l'raii
eIeo. The tern V.vn will pall to-inorio for
'l'h Wiiiurli'ati tern Alcalde, Captain
Andrew-Smith, arrived at noon to-day,
i" d.iys fioin l'ortToviienil with luin
her to Messrs Allen & Kohio-on. the
had moderate weather tlio entire p:i
ae, and hihij; 170 pile for wharve
and :i:!0,00ll lout luniher. Captain hniilh
Uiiiorls that the Imrk Knoch Tolliert
sailed from I'oi t Town-end with 1 .0(10.
(K)li feet Inmher for Allen .V; ltohlnon, a
day ahead of her.
Kelt 21, II I) M S Champion from Ho
nolulu. Jtab 1!. Am toinSC Xorlh, 17 days
from San Kruncli-co lylnj; off and on. '
Feb UK, steamer Kiluiua JIou from
IIIlo and wny port.
Keh 2", steiimur Kinaii from Illlo and
cb ai, tern W S llowne. Jliuhin. for
San Frand-eo. Caio: TJI lMvies &
Co, 10,8110 bajjs Misar; O II lliii", (iK.-,
l)iif,'S surar; (! C Ahina .fc Uo, !i!)."i h.i's
f.uj;iir. Total 1L',510 hiifj, l.:i!)(i.ron lbs,
Feb 2:1, steamer Kilauea lion for Ho
nolulu. Feb 2f, II 75 M S Champion for IIIlo.
l'VliS.'i, steamer Kinau for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A fo.Mi'iniiNT driver is wanted.
Tin: l'lnnti'i-sj' Monthly for l'Vluti
ii i y is oiil.
I.ono IkmiIh were
nliinil town to-day.
ciiid of A. Aloroir in
for sale. Hco
II. Jl. M. H. C'liAjtrioN' ai rived nl
Mahukona on the 21st, sailing for
Hilo on the 21th.
l)ni.iN(i'i:.N"r lax imyers will do well
to consult a notieo in our I'y Author
ity column to-day.
'"ANNl'Ab inei'liiiK of the Moek
linldeis of Hie Hawaiiiin C.ininr.e Co.
is announced elsewlioie.
Tin: annual nieeline; of the W. 0.
T. II. will I in held Thursday at U p.
in., in tlio Y. M. 0. A. pailors.
l.v tlio 1'olico Court ycsleidiiy tlio
case of A font; was continued to Feb.
tiSlh. Duo case of iliinkuiuiess for
Tin: preliminary examination of
Do Freitas, editor of tlio Aurora J!n
waiiaiiii, charged with libel aa'uint
M. A. (ionsalves, refjiilted in his com
initiuonl for trial at tiio .Iiiue term.
Tins issito contains a now adver
tisement of tlio Fi)iiital)lo I.ifo As
sinnnci' Soeiuly. In it attention is
called to tlio new Indemnity llouds
issued, by tlio Company. Full in
formation furnished by tlio Society's
Deneial A'iint, Alex. .1. Cailwriglil.
THE CHAMBERLAIN CONFIRMED.
In the matter of inniuliiimi? sued
for by Col. Geo. AV. 3I:uifiirlatie, to
compel Hie Minister of Finance, to
pay his salary as His Majesty's
Chamberlain, a majority decision of
tlio Supremo Court, signed by Chief
.ItiHtico Jiplil, Justices .McCully ami
ISickorton, lias been tiled in favor of
tlio Chnmbei lain. Justice Dole lias
(lied a dissenting opinion.
rpHEI'nclflc Ilnrdwnio Co. havo Just
X ucrlvi'd a hue lot of Diihucli In
bulli, whlcli they arc fulling low.
TUB fifLdOHII IHHIHO
'J'llO 'i'lliil hi' .t.M. HMIJ.IIII iil l'A
vrai'vv Eirfciluii XixjihidilttiitVi.
At tlio leniiiimtloil of liie trial us
narrated .). X. l'itllaili was again
nrraigiiod this lime for improper
I'xpcndiiuie of money to lurUier his
election sis shown hy the siatcinent
submitted by him to Hit .Minister of
tlio lulciior." To this charge the
accused genlioinnti pleaded not
guilly. At tiio suggestion of the
counsel for defense witnesses were
es-cluded from the courltooin till
their testimony was rcfiiircd. The
following witnesses being sworn
testified siibslanlially as follows:
Air. l.ose Was chairman of in
spectors of election at Koolatt. l
kull and Kauluknti weto the candi
date?. Received statement of Pai
laili'u election e.)enscs. This is
same document received. Sent, it
to Minister of the Interior on Mon
day following. ( Defense here ad
mits thai document oshihtlcd is l'ai
ktili'fi return of expenses), l'aikuli
had his on as watcher at I ho ballot
box. (Recognizing man who had
just entered theioom). That is the
man ; I allowed no one else in Iho
loom. I know of no room devoted
to committee purposes by l'aikuli.
Never attended any of his.nicet
ings. Cross-examined Am on friendly
terms with defendant, lie liunish
ed a pencil memorandum of his ex
penses, lie gave names of limns,
lie did not give names of watcher,
messenger and clerk'. Do not
identify the paper shown In me.
Win. l'aikuli Defendant is my
father. Was watcher on election
d.iy at Koolau sit the ballot box. Am
the Win. K. l'aikuli mentioned in
my fathers report services gratis.
Do not know about my father's run
ners. Went over day before election.
Don't know much about matters.
Was not present when my father put
in statement of election. Never
saw list. Slept at Kancohc the night
before election. Never, saw this
document before to-day. Did not
see my father pay any money. I
did not pay out. any money sit direc
tion of my lather fiut paid out some
of my own free will. From time of
my arrival my father did not cause
any money to be paid out to my
knowledge. This document ib in
!J. Makahalupa Was present at
the election held at Koolau on Feb.
."ith. Was in vicinity of polls. Know
Kailaa. He was acting as runner
for l'aikuli. Kuiipahu was a runner
likewise. Kaale was also there. Do
not know what he was doing. Kahau
voted and sat down near tlio fence.
I did not watch him particularly.
Am not certain what ho was doing.
(At this juncture the box contain
ing election papers was brought from
the Interior ollico).
Hxhibit produced from (lies show
ing list of runner, clerk and messen
ger employed by l'aikuli.
Witness, continuing. I cannot
identify the document as in the
handwriting of l'aikuli.
Cross-examined Am by occupa
tion an attorney. On election day
was u runner in behalf ot Kaiilukou.
Was at polls during the whole of the
day not in room but outside till
utter the count.
.Tno. l'aoa Am an elector. Voted
at Kaneohe dn Feb. o. (Witness
was hero instructed that ho is at
libcily to refuse answers that will
incriminate him or that lie thinks
will). Continuing l'aikuli was at
my premises on the morning of that
day. J To threw money over the
fence amounting to SI. IIo then
turned his horse and rode aw-iry. I
called out and asked him what tlio
money was for. lie replied, "You
arc going to be one of my i miners
to-day." I kept the money.
Cross-examined l'aikuli was
alone. lie was on horse, bade. It
was before the opening of the polls
about seven o'clock'. An old woman
and a lot of children occupy my
premises. There were no visitors.
There were Jour dollar pieces. We
had had no conversation before on
the subject. Did not talk with l'ai
kuli afterwards about it. I acted as
runner 'for both candidates. Kaiilu
kou did not pay mo or offer mu any
money. If a man intended to vote
for Kaiilukou I recommended Kaii
lukou and if I found out ho inclined
to l'aikuli I said "l'aikuli is a good
man." Do not claim my services
elected l'aikuli. Think voters voted
a they had a mind.
Ke-direct Kaiilukou gave me a
written authorization to act as lima
lor him. It was pretty generally
known. Had no intention to act for
l'aikuli when 1 received authoriza
tion from Kaiilukou. Found out on
election day that l'aikuli had han
ded in my name as his liina. Did
not object to acting as such when I
Cross-examined Don't know how
it became known that I was Kaulit
kou's lima. Did not circu'lnto re
port. When l'aikuli gave mo SI
did not say I was engaged to Katilii
koit. I used the money.
Tlio Court here took u recess to
1 :30 p. ill.
Kahao, being sworn, slated I
was elector iu Koolau and voted on
February .1th. Paikult slept at my
house tlio night beforo election, In
the niorning-ho asked whit ho was
to pay for lodging of himself and
6on. I said I wanted no pay. De
fondant forced So on nie. f did not
know what it was for. It was early
in morning of election day. Kaiilu
kou authorized nie iu writing to act
for him as runner and I accepted
tlio position. This was beforo the
defendant gave nie the S.1, I don't
. Miiit Jiniiiiinwi linNHMiM
folloW I ( ltd liHtl lli'ril llud I tiriM il
rtiiiuLi' for" J.rttilitkoiii t. hutl not
told llinli I did Hot act US niliuer
for either candidate on election day.
I did not act for lvaulukou bccnim1
defendant had paid me 8.1 for sleep
ing in his house, and considering
defendant's station, I did not caro
to woil; against him. I am tlio only
Kahao iu Kanenhe. If defendant
had not paid me the $.1 I would have
worked for IC'iuIukou anyway, and
perhaps for defendant too. I had
made speeches at public meetings in
favor of Kaiilukou befoie election
day. I made two speeches. I am
assistant manager at Kaneohe plan
tation. Have worked twenty yeais
on that planlallin for Mr. Hose.
Cross-examined l'aikuli lives at
Waikatie, sonic distance from my
house. Kaiilukou said nothing
about p.iy when ho employed me.
l'aikuli spent one night at my hoiiic
the week before election. I live
about a quarter of a mile from the
polls. Il is about ten miles from
defendant's house to the polls. De
ft ndant and I Miked very little
about the election, lie asked nie
which way the plantation would go.
I said I did not know.
(l'rosccution put in evidence ex
hibit I), requestor II It v electors lor
defendant to stand for election.)
J. L. Kaiilukou sworn, stated I
was a candidate at Koolau. I ask
ed Kahao and lVioa if they would be
lunas for mc; they consented. I
first spoke to Kahao on January
L'tlth ; thai evening at a public
meeting Kahao made a speech for
me and alter that I coiiultcd with
him :is my lima. The last lime I
spoke- to Trim in that capacity was
night beforo election, lie came to
my place; he said ho thought 1
would be elected and he would work
for me. Some of tlio pimple, on de
fondant's list worked for him ; oth
ers I am not sure about. I know
Kailaa worked for defendant, so did
l'aoa. (Looks at exhibit A.) This
is I'aikuli's. writing. Kailaa, l'aoa
mid Kiipahu were working-outside
the polls: other uicu were inside u"
clerk, messenger and watcher. I
came within two votes of a tic.
Cross-examined I and my friends
spoke to about eighty people In the
district to assist mo. All of the
eighty people or thereabouts had
written authority to act for inc. I
did not iia or promise to pay one
of them. They aotcd for me on ac
count ot my speecnes. i nail mes
senger, watcher and dork on elec
tion day. Cicorgo Nakiauwa was
The prosecution hero rested, and
counsel for defendant mocd for
S. Kailaa Nothing said between
l'aikuli and myself about pay. Was
not paid SK). I slept at lvahao's
house on night previous to the elec
tion. Went there in the afternoon
and had supper, lodging and break
fast. Then went home.
Cross-examined l'aikuli never
said anything about reward for ser
vices at any time. If l'aikuli put
down my name as having received
any 11101103- the entry is false. Have
known l'aikuli about thirty years.
Am a deacon in his church. Think
he is liable to err. Do not know of
any lact or circumstance which
would account for the insertion of
tlio item, l'ail.ull never promised
111c any money. Met Mr. Rose Sa
turday morning about 10 o'clock.
1 did not say to him l'aikuli had
only promised inc $10. I said I had
never received any S10.
Kaali Live at Ilecia. Was not
a runner lor l'aikuli. Never had
any conversation about it. He did
not pay me any money for this or
anything else. Am not related to
him. Held no conversation with
him about election. In November
had a conversation with Kailaa.
Kailaa did not give 111c money.
Cross-examined Am not connect
ed with Kailaa. Live iu another
part of the district. Never went
with him to offer to acl as lima to
l'aikuli. Never rccoived money,
l'aikuli did not find me to give nie
money. Knew it was against the
law to receive money for such pur
poses. Did not tell l'aikuli ho had
no right to engage lunas. Did not
know ho was engaging any. (To
Rosa.) Never saw exhibit before.
1. N. l'aikuli being then sworn iu
his own behalf, testified Was 0110
of tho candidates at tlio election foi
Koolaupoko. Thought Awa was a
messenger. Did not pay Keoni
1 '110:1 any money. lie was 0110 of
runners I had 011 my list. Kailaa
told 1110 lie would bo one of my
lunas. Met l'aoa at his house on
day of election. Did not pay him
any money that morning. Did not
throw SI over the fence to him.
tiavo him about fifty ballots. Had
not met him beforo that. Kailaa
told me ho would bo a liina and I
put him on my list as given to Urn
inspectors. Heard Kalmo's testi
mony. I did give him S.I. J paid
him for lodging and eiitorlaiiinont
for niysoif and son. Hu refused
compensation but I knew ho had a
largo family and I paid no attention
to his refusal bit forced him to take
il. Stopped thero twice. I paid Kaali
no money and had 110 conversation
with him about being runner. Same
with Kuiipahu. Ho lives near me.
Kailaa used to say such and such a
man would bo my lima and I would
put him 011 my list. Kailaa had
often urged 1110 to bo a candidate.
I finally consented owing to his re
presentations of a general demand
for my candidacy. Alter I was
elected I felt indebted lo theso par
ties for tliuir assistance and coitsid-
1 "( It
Ol't'it IllJ'ist'U twIHU lO tlil'llt lilt'
itiutntMu sot down iitul formed u
tnenlat tosolvu to repay It some" lime.
Did Hoi know my "report was in
formal. Kuiipahu was prevented
from coming hero by sickness.
Cross-examined It was the next
week after tho election that 1 got the
idea that if was rit'lil and proper to
pay these men. Had no such idea
beforo that. Did not intend wiong.
Did not think it contrary to law. I
thought It wrong lo tell them befoie
hand that I would pay them money
as il might be icgardod as an iu;i ce
ment. Tho S" put down for Kahao
was money already paid him for
lodging, cic, and not what 1 intend
ed to pay l;im. I inadvertently put
down the amount as paid for ser
vices as lima. Am not familiar
with the proper forms. The item of
8'2 personal expense was for shoe.
I got wet and got a pair for change.
Kaliai was a liina, don't know how
good he was. Kama, of Waialim, I
was told, was working for me. Don't
know whether Kaalo worked for me
but suppose lie did. Kuncola was
around. Did not see him working
particularly. Kailaa and Kuupaha
were active. Don't know whether
the others worked or not. Never
promised Kailaa anything. Did not
know Kaliai was a lima at Waima
nalo. Have not been there for ten
years. I slept at house ol Kaliai
shortly prior lo the election but did
not know he was a plantation lima.
Did not know ho was a lima lor me
when I slept at his house. Met Mr.
Cummins and Kaliai there. Told
them T was a candidate and asked
leave to make a speech. They re
fined 011 lite ground that the men
were busy and told 1110 to go homo.
Saw Kahal election day iu company
with men. 1 put him down as a
lima. I have not told these men lo
this day that 1 would pay the money
put down. It is of no use to tell
llioin as long as 1 have not the mon
ey lo pay then). (To the Court)
This is not the first time I have
liecn a candidate. 1 was a candi
date in 188.'! against Mr. Hrown.
Mr. Rose I remember conversa
tion with Kailaa Saturday. Kailaa
said he was promised ten dollars
Cross-examined by Mr. Rosa
I lis expression was "aole loa ma
hope." Would construe these
words lo mean, "will get it
by." Am conversant with
Mr. Davidson then said
fensc that agreement means
tual concurrence of two
There was no proof of any contract
between l'aikuli and these men.
l'aoa is the only witness who casts
one shadow of doubt on defendant's
integrity. Hut this only a shadow
which is completely dissipated by
counter-statement of defendant.
Taking into consideration tho com
parative worth of the two men, con
trasting the dignity and repose of
one with the degraded mien and
shifty evasions of Hie other, how
can such an accusation win cred
ence? A man is liable to err under
this remarkable statute unless he be
an adept at construction of law.
Witli uo criminal intent but with a
conscientious impulse the defendant
had in his report simply recorded
his resolve to repay those who had
labored for his benefit. This was a
mental reservation confined to his
own breast, locked in his own coun
sel and had none of the character
istics of a bargain or contract.
Mr. Kinney replied at some
length, calling nttention to some,
discrepancies between Mr. 1'aikuli's
memorandum of expenses and Mr.
1'aikuli's explanation of the same.
It was absurd to attribute any con
struction to these entries except the
most obvious one. It was an insult
to the intelligence of this court to
suppose it would refuse to accord
the manifest significance convoyed
1)3' the language and adopt tho mys
terious acceptation of a mental
reservation not at all iu harmony
with the text. Jf mental processes
raked up afterwards were entitled
lo such respect would not mental
reservations bo an apology lor every
lorin of crimcv This document ex
presses the mind of the writor most
accurately and these mental reserva
tions arc but tactics of defense.
No accusation of wrong intent has
been laid at the door of tho prisoner,
lie probably sinned unknowingly,
unintentionally. His real culpabiliiy
coinmences with his defense iu this
suit. This is a serious case and is
not to be answered by suck lliinsy
pretexts. Counsel then reviewed
the evidence and wound up wich an
eloquent appeal for judicial vindi.
cation of tlio purity of tho ballot.
The Court theii nddressed the
prisoner about as follows:
'I'liu strongest evidence against
tlio defendant scorns to have been
furnished by himself. That ho de
liberately and with criminal intent
contemplated such a courso soonis
improbable Inasmuch as ho has fur
nished prosecution with its weapons.
I havo no power to conslriio tliu law.
I can only bo guided by the most
evident interpretation. It is not iny
duty lo hold a man merely because
accused hy the Oovornnient. It is
my duty to discharge him if not
guilty. I havo uo hesitation in
saying lliero are facts iu this case
which warrant my sending the de
fendant to tho Supremo Court. It
is not noeess.iry to consider Iho re
lative guilt or innocence of tho an
cusedjif the facts fasten any dis
gree of guilt upon him. Fifty dollui'j
II. I, VKS MM. M(KI,
t. V.,tii''tiM'rt tllre.liiHi Hihiiif.iii
e.l n.v the t'nMiui,..A A'v '!!
linn (11 !il oKii-cril.
The OthiucChitsdiippiovcriof Hie
election of Col. V. V. .bl'ord n Col
onel fouimiiuiliiig the Hawaiian Vol
unteeis. The Alinider of Fnieign
A Hairs, in eonvej inj: thi iuliinatmu
to the Colonel, si. lies Hint a 111 tv
election lo the ollico will be oidelcd.
Col. Ashfotd was le-cleclcil unani
mously at tli election lately held by
the iillicers of the Honolulu Rilles,
the only volunteer cotp iu existence
since tho dib.tuiliuent of the ICaiiie
hainchii Guards after the jiimiiicc
tinii of July :io.
The law piovidos that the nomina
tion may be rejected if a majority of
the Cabinet object to the Utiles of
the nominee. Also, that, iu ene of
(ejection of tho nominee presented
from the second election, the Minis
ter of Foieign All'.iiis may, "with the
approval of the Cabinet, piesent Hie
name of some other competent per
son to His Majesty, who shall Iheie
upou commission snob p rou as
EYEHTS THIS EVENING.
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. L', K. or P., at
Services at Central I'liion church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7 :."().
l I I IJIM. Ill !! I I
HAD BECOME A POET.
harbor "You have catt-cd 1110 lo
loe one of my best customers.1'
Editor- "How is thal'r"
Harbor "Why, you printed some
of young Scribbler's verses, and
now he allows his hair to grow
long." Monthly I'nion.
OING iip-'ii .Mutual TV
IV Oilnrlesi Kxi'ivatlon.
V.V kind lor ale ai the
PING up 2UI1
T'HK annual meeting of Moekhohlei
of the Hawaiian C'arilauc Manu
facturing Co. will be held at. the oll'ieo
01" W. O. .Sinllh. i:i.. on FRIDAY.
Feb. L'S, IS'.io, at "J o'clock r. M.
W. O. I SMITH,
Scerotarv U. (J. M. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. l!i, lbiio. ' iss at
'"PIIK an d meeting of tho 1'iitMi
J. Club will be held on .MONDAY.
the llril of March, Ixni, :il 7 ::i(l o'clock
Honolulu, Feb. ii, lS'.H). Is7 lit
rilllR rcjiubir :111111ml merlin;; oT the
X slofkholder of the lntcr-lslauil
Slwini Navigation Co, (IA1;, will bi
held on TUKSDAY, March 4th piow,
at 10 o'clock a. m , at their olhce 011
Qii'cn street. .1. I'.N'A,
Soci clary I I. S. X. Co.
Honolulu. Feb. 18. lfcOO. -181 12i
ANNUA J, MEETING.
rpiH! annual meeting of iho stock.
X holdeis of the l'ueplo's Ice ."-. He
fiiU'Ttitor Co. will be held onTl'KS
DAY, March -1, 1WI1, at 1 .HO o'clock
i m , nl the ollico of W. O. Smith.
W. i:. FOSTHH,
Secretin- I'. I. it It. Co.
Honolulu, Fob.ro, 1SII0. IS:i10t
for bajrj'tij'o wa
gon; Island -lock pre
leircd. Apply ill Mil
olllee. IS7 -'w
ClOl'IKSof the IUii.v Hru.nn.N, nl
' the date Miocllied below, ."ill cent
il copv will be
delivery at this
for the same on
A SITUATION as Sugar Clerk or
Night Watchman m 11 mill, or u
phicu iu I. una on 11 coml plantation
Has cxpciiiinco and can furnish good
reference. C.ill 01 nddrcBs "M. E. I'.,"
llui.i.r.iiN Ollleu. -157 If
AS'I HONC1 Steady Mini is wanted to
lain: cnio of liotscs, drive ilelivoiy
wiion, elc. Apply to "J1. O. Hnx No.
fin" -182 Iw
T1IHI''V001) for salt) nl Hawaii ni
J. Couitui'ielal Sillusirioini', coinur ol
(Juecii and Nmiiuiu sheet.
Saloon on Mou
thy iiIrIiI, Feb. 17th.
a ,soirol Mure, luandi-il
- "A. K." on oil' hind
lep. Anyone returning lo Commercial
Saloon will lecclvo a sui'ablo reward.
California : Lands
I-'Olt salio :
I8t' Apply to
( tf t'J Merchant si., Honolulu.
I ! .; il
' MWiiMftm: iJOrVDS
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer lo the public an Indem
nity Hond. Many will be tiltiactcil by the fact that you are selling the
bonil'i of a life insurance society with assests over Slii."i,lH)(),(i(iO.(nr, anil
will not fail upon examination to mio its intrinsic merit?.
"This, with our various form of 'routine Policies will, (as you arc
now able to (piole the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over other, as no other company will for si number of years,
be able lo show actual icsults on similar I'olicie.
"III'NKY P.. IIYIM-:,
KT5" Keuil for
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kipiilable I. tfe Assurance Society
of the I. S. Jan-l-llVi
K. It. Hi:mii:v. Prc'ldcnt & Manager.
(iuiH'im Iliiows. Sccictiin V lYeu-urer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
1 1 .01 i-i
Opim. NprcckolH Itmik, :
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Ocimiao Havilauil China, plain and decorated; and Wetlgtwjod
I'i.ino, Library .C s'tuiul Lamp, Chandelier .v Klcetolierv,
Lamp Fixtures of all l;iml, A complete nortm't of Drills .".- File.,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EFERY DESCRIPTION !
The "ria.ellc" I'.-wheelcd Hiding Plow .t K(iiali.er,
Hluebeaiil Pice Plow, l'lanlei.' Steel & Gooenccl;ed Hose.
l.AIM), CYL1XDKH, KKHOSK.VK, UNSF.KD.
Paints, Varnishes .v. I'tusbe, Manila A. Sisal Hope,
HAXDMCS OF ALL K1XDS,
Hose, Hose, Hose.
HPHHIHI, WIHKHOUN'I) of suprior .itality, .t STKAM,
Agale lion Waie, Silver Plated Ware, Table .v Pocket Cutlerv.
Powder, Shot A- Caps, The Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded Cniliidg's,
jva is rs u-4 iro 1 1
llaitni. in'. Stei
(Iain Oily Stone Filters,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PJiAN'TATlON & INSUKAXOH ACKNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements
PLANTATION SUIM'I.I KH.
Carpenter.', Illaeksiuiths', Al.tchinUlh' ,' Pluinbci.-' Tools,
HO USE FURNISHING GOODS !
'Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oil."J'.irnibes, Limp floods and
Bldke's Steam Pumps, Weston's Csritrinigah
SWIIcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicine?,
PeGific Hardware Co., Id,
jTsoivivrorvc! jekss i
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A NKW INVOICE OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Foneo Who, P.l.iek
Hl.uik .Staples, Special
In all lines by late, arrivals. Agouti for
KiiIiImm' Ciai'ilon lloso, AViro Hound Hose, Steam Hosts
or vuiiY siM'intion quality.
PACIFIC HAHDWAHi: CO., (l,V),
H. F. 1)ii,lin(iii..m, .1, (!. Ki'Cnccii, F. I.. Wi.ti:ii,
jiin-li'.K) Piesident. .Man:ij,'ir iv Sect eta it. Treasnier,
... - Al jf "...
Circular to Agents.
illustrative pamphlets, or cnll iu person on flic under-
I'rt Street, Honolulu.
for Pipe v Holt Threading,
1 Wiie Fence A- Steel Wire. Mats,
Win. (5. FMier's Wrought Steel Hanges,
Process" Twist Drills,
Nual's Carriage Paints.
Steel Fence Wire.
Quility Fenco Staples.
.1 4 -.iVtTSfc ,.. MiMjA..