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Stmr.l A Cummins fi out K00I.111
Sehr ICa.Mnl fiom Iwiliala
Stmr.l A Cummins for Knolau tit "J a m
Selir lCaalokal for Luhiilii.i
Selir Kimlllua for Kalim
Am torn Kva, Vli.m:in, for r.isiel.ii
Slim- Iwalaul for l.alialtm ami llam.t
l.im at 10 a 111
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Strnr 0 It 5ilio)) for Wtiluiino, Walalna
and Konlau at !i a m
yciirLlliolllio for Wabiiai'
m tern K S Kcillieiil. lib Minim, for
For llamal.iM, iter Mmr lualanl,
i'7 MisUiillhn, A Jlieile, II Hall
The Icru Ali'.llili' lias Iiimmi llioscl Hi
Ilic Kisli Miiikct wliaif lo ill-cliarc
'I'lii' M'lionner ICa Mol ariivcil this
afti'innoii fiom Knliolalclc Hawaii, wlta
11.000 bags siiiu' for tliu li.uk Kurt"-1
I lie bilk Alex McNeil came off tlm
Miuhie Hallway tlilj afternoon. Mie
will taki" In sugar for San FiancNeo.
Tin- liaik Henj F Hunt, jr, has Iiimmi
ilucl.eil near the P M S S IVs wliaif to
unload her I, (ill) ion- coal.
Tim Mcuner Klnaii will not -all till
next Mnnilay afternoon. She goo-, on
tlm Maiine hallway thU evening.
TlieMiumers.I A Cummins and O It
UNlmp brought, KS.'i and 1 .,";! lags
Migar iepecticly fiom Ktmlati ports.
Tlio American llnco-imiMeil schooner
Iteillteld, Captain Iiirkliolin, sills' to
moirow In ballast for Pujiet Sound.
This tci n TJvsi sailed till- morning for
Kurekii Uallfoinla. '
A WAIKIKI ROMANCE.
Come out, my Angullne, o sweet,
Willi winning smile join-own to gicot,
Oh, let mi" onee again icpcat
My lose limiting at otir feel.
l'ATi'.tt i:x uoni:.
"SI 1 lie out, llile out, yon skinny dude.
Vor some more genial latitude
Vacate this special solitude
Or you will meet with tieatmcnt mile.
Oil, Hcginalil, do have a caiu
My papa' going down tlio s'air
To tree the c.inuie from its fair
Oh, vamoose down the thoioughfare.
(Grand chaste, ailown tlin hnule
aide. Jit'gluald in the lead wl liTow-ur
a hopeful -eeond).
.Mr. Justice llickerton yesterday
morning heard account of F. A.
Schaefer, trustee tmilor the will of
the late Lorenzo Marchant. The
account was for the period from
Sept. 150, 1888, to Dec. !, 1881),
and being examined by the Court
was approved. It showed receipts
ol 2 1'JO.a.'i.uml payments of S13I8.
),", leaving balance to next account
of SlLIO.tSO. Mr. Sehael'or appear
ed in person.
Mr. Justice McCully presided over
the Intermediary Division term this
morning. There wcte throe cases
on the calendar.
Ah Kau and Hal Man, assault and
battery, were found guilty and lined
," each. C. (Jrcighlon for the pio
Hcctition ; W. 11. Castle for defend
ants. Ah Kid and Ah lion, unlawful
possession of opium. Ah Kid was
icleased on nolle prosequi. Ah Hon
pleading guilty was sentenced to
pay 50 line and be imprisoned at
hard labor 2 1 hours. Counsel were
the Baino as in the ptcvious case.
In tins Probate Division Mr. Jus
tice MeCully granted the petition of
H. M. Damon for discharge as exe
cutor and trustee of the estate of
William Hroinley Uarncs, of Hono
lulu, deceased testate.
Wednesday's session was a lengthy
Ah Kid, Ah Choy, Ah Sing and
Ah Sam, remanded from Feb. 21 for
unlawful possession of opnun.plead
ed not guilty. Ah Kid and Ah Choy
were acquitted, the balance of the
quartet found guilty and assessed
sixty dollars each with costs and im
prisonment at haul labor for one
Kex. vs. De Frcitas, charged with
publishing a libel in the first degiee
on or about Feb. 1, 18'JO, to wit:
nil aiticle entitled "Os dois compa
dres dos Arrifes." After examina
tion of J. M. Camara, Krnest Hutch
inson and J. M. OJorio, the Court
decided iUacaso which would pro
bably be followed by conviction on
a jury trial and accoulingly com
muted the defendant for trial at the
next term of the Supreme Court.
Andrew Davis, charged witli rjjpq
pi Melc Kamajiu, was committed for
tiialat the coming term of the Su
At this morning's session James
Sutherland for smuggling was
llnel, on his plea qf guilty, 8f0
rjnd, 81 cqsls. For larceny of wlnt
P smuggled ho was deemed guilty
even to the fourth degree and in
curred a penalty of hard labor for
f.no month niul $1 costs. .Scntcnco
t'q' connnpiicc at expinitioii of fornipr
Awal and S. Wohlmulh re
manded. Joe, Japanese, pleaded guilty ot
battery. Fine SI and SI costs.
pile more unfortunate forfeited.
LOCAL & QEHERAL MS.
is Mill lAiny nml nib
r . -.-Ri:iii:,uii.i.
of the Mikado al 1'
Snuvlcl's resilience to-night, nl 7
Cait. .1. II. I'isbcr lni! been n
elected lo the command of the banner
Co. 11, Honolulu Uilles.
Orncr.us of ICumcbanielui Lodge
of Perfection will beinnlalledal Lodge
li l'rogtei hall Ibis owning.
Mil. .1. V.. l.unvn, Old Capitol
building, wives tisi" himself Mk Agent
lo lake Aoknnwleilgiiit'iilH to Labor
Tim: annual meeting of the Hawai
ian ( 'milage iM.iimfiii'Miriiig Co will
be held al Hie olllee of (). Smith
i! p. in. to-moiiow.
It you nie in .seaicli of embioideiy
edging or einbroiiluiy lloiincen call at
N. S. SneliV .stum anil kco tlte niani
nioth display Hieie.
Mil. Levey will sell Hie foliage on
the coiner of liicbanls ami lleietauia
slieet.s, foi removal by purchaser, at
ntieliou on .Haluidny.
Tim: Whiteebapel MyMeiy giatui
tmi'ly olleied for -oliiiioii by llie Ha
waiian llaiilwaie Co., is engaging the
ingenuity mid talent of Hie city.
A M'lin.M. meeting of the lni'leei
of the Snilois' Home Society, at
which a full attendance is iciUe.sted,
is called for Saluiilav at 10 o'clock.
Jas. Si"iiii:i!i.A.Ni), chiif engineer
of the Likelike, de'iies lo iliM'laim
identity with the defendant of the
mine name clnoniclcd in to-day's po
Tim: liayiiioml exclusion pasty is
likely to disband liese not from want
of baimoiiy but fiom diveidily of fu
(uie intentions. Mi. Lyon Hie man
ager will probably leltiin on the Aus
tralia. Claps' Spieckek A Co. gie notice
of a i eduction of intciesl to fom
peteent on deposits in their savings
bank, beginning with Apiil 1, until
which dale deposits may be with
drawn without the usual nolice.
Oi ricnns elected by the I.oyal Ha
waiian Hotel (!o. on the 2(!lb inst.
for the ensuing year me as follow:
(i. W. Mnefailane, 1'iesident; K. ('.
Macfmlane, Viec.-l'icsident; AV. M.
(iiahani.Ticasiiier; H. Catton, Seeic
Imy. Dit. Carter went to Waialua to at
tend to Hugh Oalbraith's bioken leg.
He found that (he natives bad hct
tlio bones all right except tlio toe,
and be leelified that small fault. The
patient is now at his home near Wai
alua and is doing well.
Tiiitornu inadvertence in yeslei
ilay's account of the Volcano exclu
sion mention of tlio couilcsy of Mr.
G. C. Ueckley, the purser of the Ki
nau, to the passengers was omitted.
The gentleman and all other olllcerb
of the ship in fact me entitled to
paiticipato in the eiedit awauled to
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Itclicarial Mikado Company,
1'rof. Sauvlet'.s house, 7 :."().
Drill Co. A Honolulu Killes,
Kameliamclia Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. 1L, at 7:J)0.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY.
A visit to the store of the Hawai
ian I laid ware Co. is fi aught with
great interest. Two novelties espe
cially attracted the reporter's eye.
One is a steel range manufactured
by Win. Ci. Fischer & Co., Cincin
nati. This requires no masonry lor
setting and possesses all the requi
site conveniences. A broiler at one
end of the range is arranged so that
charcoal can be put in a drawer
which slides out for that puipose.
Mr. Ilendiy showed a convenient
charcoal broiler capable of adjust
ment to any stove.
Tile Hartmann "tool wire fence is
framed by the longitudinal running
.pftwistcd wires at intervals say of
six inches. These are crossed later
ally by wire fancifully doubled back
and forth. This whole wire frame
work is supported by steel posts
which arc rendered firm by being
fastened to "anchois" in the ground.
Tlnotigh a loop in the top of the
posts a rail runs.thus adding beauty
lo stability. Gates double and sin
gle with ornamental posts accom
pany the fence.
THE RAILWAY COMPANY.
At the meeting of the Oaliu Kail
way and Land Company yesterday
afternoon, tho following ollleers were
elected for the ensuing year:
Picsident John II. i'aty.
Vice-President Jas. I. Dowsett,
Second Vice-President Win. C.
Tlljrtl ice-President Uobert
Treasurer 0. P. laukea.
Secretary W. G. Ashley.
Auditor Win. V. Allen.
Hoard of Diroptorq The o(i(ccrs.
abovo mimed anil'.lames. 1L Ca.stlo,
S. 0. Allen, T. 11.' Walker, and Jas.
The tern Alcalde having brought
jnles and otlcr timber for t0 whuyf,
mentioned as projected in this pa
lter the qther day, that woiK will bo
immediately begun. Mr. Allault,
engineer, has found from 28 to !!()
feet of water at the outer end of the
whiuf site. It is determined to
have tho whatf built, tho land (lld
in, nil tlio railway extended to
Htva, jilanttitioii by llie ltist of May.
minw nhrmMmtviti iniwwiMi
THE CHAMBERLAIN MATTER,
Hiiiiiiunv.v !' Hie .llurliy lleplnlnii
or (lie Wiiinciiie Court
The decision of Hie Supreme
Com I, conllnniug the Chambetlaln
In hi position conlraiy lo the will
of Hie Cabinet, opensWith lite sum
"The lospoiident refilled lo pay
the salary of the relator as Chant
bet lain to his Majesty.
"Held, that the appointment of
Chamberlain was peisuual lo His
Majesty and did not require the ap
proval of the Cabinet,
"Held, thai the alaiy of olllee
follows the title to it.
"The wilt ol mandamus is made
The Com I quotes the language of
the late Judge I'resloii, when the
same ease was b"fore the Court
against W. L. Green, the previous
Minister of Finance. Judge Preston
held Hint the ollice of Chamberlain
was not a statutory one, the duties
of which are defined by law. The
duties of the Chambetlain have been
personal to His Majesty, and it was
Hie lirst lime that Hie Judge was
aware that the light ot the Govern
ment to approve the appointment
was asserted. Judge Preston gave
the opinion thai, "should a pctson
be appointed to the olllee whom the
Ministers consider objectionable,
they can exercise some control in
the I.egislattue by declining to ask
lor a vole for lite salaiy."
The Court now cite a statute that
was repealed, under which it was
obligatory on the King to appoint a
Chamberlain, with the approbation
of llie Privy Council, in have chaige
of all the" expenses of the royal
household, llie repeal of the law
put Hie Chamberlain in the position
of not being an olllcer of the law.
The item of his salary is placed in
the appropiialion bill as one ol the
live items constituting the civil list.
The Com t "see no reason why this
should be placed more under the
direction of the Cabinet than any of
the others." The King's appoint
ment of a Chamberlain is not one of
those aets for which his Ministers
are lesponsible in the constitutional
iulerpi elation in Ihat regard given
bv this Court.
The Com t decline to sustain the
objection to payment of the salary
on the ground that the relator had
not performed Hie duties of Cham
berlain. The' hold this objection
as inconsistent with the main one
that he was not the Chamberlain.
In considering whether he performed
the duties they treated it on the
ground that he was duly appointed.
The Court hold it "clearly estab
lished that the compensation ot an
olllee docs not depend on lime or
labor expended in dischasging the
duties of it, but upon the title to
it," and add the following import
"The salary follows the lille. Any
other rule than this would admit an
intolerable scrutiny by the Minister
of Finance into the measure of the
services ot every olllcer in the Gov
ernment, and the principle legiti
mately carried out would empower
the Minister to make partial pay
ments in propoi lion lo Hie amount
of the seivtco as he should deter
mine it. Not in this way can faith
ful performance of duty be insured
or the omission of it be punished."
Paul Neumann and Chas. L.
Carter were attorneys for relator
(Col. Maefarlane), and C. W. Ash
ford, Attorney-General, and A. P.
1'etci.son, Deputy.'for the respond
ent (Minister of Finance).
ASSAULT ON THE "BULLETIN."
7'Yom the Jlilo Jiecovd, J'b. 'J.'t.
hi the liri.i.r.iix of Feb. 17, wo
notice a bilious cll'iisinn by the edi
tor, as lcgards the Hilo' liccord.
Now we feel sorry the "snowing
under" of the editor ol the llri.i.t.rix
1)3' the voters on Maui has so hurt
his feelings that he has made such
an uncalled for attack on us. Hut
fiom Hie "soreness of his head"
owing to the recent election, wo do
not wonder he has gone a little
crank'. Hut dear F.ditor Him.s.i.tin,
don't send any of those "wicked
Honolulu candidates up to Hilo for
conversion." A "wicked Honolulu
candidate" can have no hopes ol
conversion either in Hilo or in any
other place. They are past all that.
As to the scarcity of "good gov
erning material" we admit it to be a
fact, and the sooner, Mr. F.ditor
Hi'i.i.inx, you llnd lhat out the bet
ter you will bo off. That there are
any number or "wickcti Honolulu
men who arc vain enough to believe
that they arc lit to govern, we also
admit ; but we are are among those
that believe it is Hie part of wisdom
to "let well enough alone." We
know what "good" there is in our
present Cabinet, and tdso l;now
what thero (g tmt might bo changed
there for tho bettor. Hut we don't
know what good there may be in a
new set of men, and do know that
no set of men are so "good" that
they can do nothing wrung, fciq
until :fr, ICd(toy Huf.i.uris can Miow
us that our present Cabinet can bo
change for "tried and known" bet
ter men, don't howl so.
"Hosh and bunkum. doiihlpdlslill-i
ed," wherp have you found it, nn
loss in your own bowlings against
Hip l,oforin movcmcntr Above all
don't let the "grip" so distort your
ideas of gentlemanly journalism,
that you have to show it.
IINGiip-'U Miitunl Telephone for
Aj Oitorlca Lxoaviitton. 482 tf
Mutual Telephone for
IV Oduiless K.iviitlou.
: HONOLULU, It. I.t FKlTttUAUY itf, 1HD0.
A Ti'Ht I'ltso la Dm Hiltiicme Court.
Chung Waa, si Chinaman naliital
i.cd as a Hawaiian subject, left (ho
kingdom without obtaining a permit
to return or otherwise complying
with llie terms of the Chinese re
striction laws. Now when he wants
to letttrn the Minister of Foreign
Affairs denies him the privilege.
Chung Waa has thcrefoic petitioned
for an injunction to compel lite Min
ister to let him enter the kingdom.
The hearing for the Minister to show
cause why the injunction should not
issue and be made perpetual was
appointed for 1(1 o'clock- yesterday
morning before Chief Justice Jmld.
His excellency Jona. Austin ap
peared at that hour, with Deputy
Attorney-General Peterson for the
Government. Mr. Justice MoCul!y
loyknscalou Hie bench with the
Chief Justice. Air. W. K. Castle
for the petitioner staled that, as the
Govei nment was not ready, lie con
sented to a postponement. The
hearing was therefore postponed till
half-past one o'clock Thursday af
ternoon. Under a foimer law all
Chinese marrying native women hail
to be naturalised. There are said
to be about fifty naturalized Chinese
in the kingdom, and on the decision
of this case will depend whether
they can go and come us they please.
This afternoon the hearing was
had. Henry N. Castle argued the
bill, A. P. Peterson the answer, and
the case was ordered to be sub
mitted on brief".
A MOHICAN RECRUIT.
Thos. Shoit, a well-known G. A.
I. comrade who has been a prison
lima for some lime, has shipped as
a lirsl-class fireman, to be saled for
boiler maker, on the l'. S. S. Mo
hican. Short was once engineer for
Hie IJenicisi, Cal., Water 'Co. He
is a licensed engineer of tugboats
up to "iO Ions in New York and Ca
lifornia. He shows an autograph
postcard from Lieut. Geo. W. De
Long, ordering him to present him
self for physical examination for
the Jcannette Arctic Kxpeditfon of
18711, but sickness in his family
made him abandon his adventurous
intention in regard to that expedi
tion. Uefore coining here Short be
longed to Geo. Washington Post, G.
A. It.. Newport, Oregon, and here
he has stuck to Geo. W. De Long
Post through all its dilllculties. The
boys will miss him when the ship
BETTER LATE THAN NEVER.
Hoy Grandpa, here is a letter
Grandfather Open it, child, and
read it, for my sight isn't good.
Hoy (reads) Dear Sir: F.nclosed
llnd check for five dollais, in pay
ment for poem 'The Falling Snow.'
which appears in the Magazine of
Knlerprise for December. Please
acknowledge. The Fditor.
Grandfather That beats me.
Why, wife, that is the poem I wrote
and sent away when we were court
ing. Hoston IJudget.
ELECTION of OFFIGEKS.
the regular annual Hireling of the
oyal Hawaiian Hotel Co. held
lieie to-day, the following olllcer-. weie
appointed for the uuulug year:
i. W. Maefailane President,
K. O. Maefarlane... V!cc-Pieiilcut,
W. M. (ii ahaiii Ti eamvr,
It. Catton Seeietai v.
SeeietaivK. II. II. I'o.
Honolulu. Feb. 'JO, 1!). Ml II
11 In the Savings
of Clans Sprcckcls it Co. that, fiom and
after the 1st day of Apill. lSlio, the !n-leie-t
allowed on deposits will beie
ilueed to four(0 per cent per annum.
Depo'-ltois will be allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to lhat date without
giving the usual notice, but, if allowed
to remain after April 1st, mid depo-ils
will lie eniisideied as subject to the lilies
and legulatloiis published in the P.i-
CLAPS SPUKCKKLS A; CO.
IS'. 1 lit
SITVATION' as Bookkeeper in
town or plantation. Aildios
I). P," this olllee. ISO :tt
SITUATION ns Hujmr Clerk or
Night Watchman id a mill, or a
place as I. una on a good plantation
lla-i cxpcilcncu and can furnish ood
inference. Cill or address "M. E, P.,"
Iiur.T.Ki in Olllee. -irntf
COPlF.Stif till) DAILY ISll.l.l'.TIS, ol
the dates specllled below, tiO cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
dellveiy at iV, ollice!
, mi nary Itf, 1SHO, : CuiiIch.
Vi'liruury 4. 1SK!. '4 ropleN,
A STUONO Steady Man is wanted to
XV 1 uke cue of horses, dilviulcllveiy
etc,. Apply to "P. ().
riMIOS.J.KlXa having thiNilay, Feb.
A niaiyl.UO), sold Ids iiilctt'sl in
tltu lnulnoss of King Ilrollieif, dealers
In fancy uouiIr and ai list's maleiialii, nn
Hotel urcel, Honolulu, W. l Kini; will
continue to carry on the hmini'H on his
fob) account, under the lb in niimu of
"King linn," and will collect all
amounts due, and pay nil claim" aeaiiiit
the Hun of King ISiw. I rem mid nltcs
tlio iiboo mentioned date.
Tims.. I. KINO,
YV. C. KINti.
Honolulu, Feb. 17. ItjDO -ISO lw
RING m i".'!! Mutual Telephone for
OllOllUSB Iv.U'iwnlioii. Hi If
Auction Sales by Jam&s r. Morgan,
TflUSTEE'S SALE OF
lly oidcr of A J. OAllTWUinilT,
Tiiiblee ol the Estate of Ljilln K. l'llkol,
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Salesioom, Queen street,
On MONDAY, Mm-cli
AT l'i O'CLOCK VOO.V,
Shunted on Foil street, opposite the
LOT NO. 1 Sins (iS feet finitag" on
l'orl stieet and Is 7! feet dtep.c.nu.
Hilling an area of J,0(ll square
LOT NO. 3 lhisW led fionlflgco-i
t'ort triet and U over nil fret deep,
containing on aiea of 1,0 !'J tquaie
There is a 10 fool lane between the 2
lot', thus giving double lionlage to the
Thin- ate llie inoM desirable building
sites nlleiiil for sale in thecily.
A plan of the Lots can be teen at my
tey" Sale subject to cnalli iiiatlon by
tIAS. E. aiOKGAN,
J. E. BROWN,
i lid Capitol lmildin-.
Agent to take Acknowledgment to Cor
tracts for Labor
District of Honolulu. I
California : Lands
iron sali-: :
8ey- Apply to
ISS tf lli Meichalit st.. Honolulu.
SIT.OIAL meeting of llie Tiutee
of the Sailor's Home .society will
be held at the loom of the Chamber ol
Coinineicc. on KATCIiDAY XKXT,
the 1st of March, lS'.io, at 111 o'clock
A. m. A full atteiidanej is lcciue-ted.
I A. SCIIAKrKK.
A.MKLTIXO of the stockholders of
the Ueeipioeltv Sunar Co. will be
held at the olllee of V. It. Castle, al l'
o'clock noon, HATUHDAY. Maioh I,
I MM). ltiislue- ol inipoitauee.
IS7 It S'cretan.
HI' annual mcftliisr. of tockholdei-
faetnilng Co. will be held at the olllee
of r. O. .Smith, K-i., on I'JHDAY,
l'eb. LS, 1S1I0. at 2 o'clock l'. .ii.
o. : SMITH,
.secretaiy H. C. .M. Co.
Honolulu, l'eb. 'Jli, 1MI0. isSL't
liieeling of the IMitl-li
L Club will
iie In-Ill on MOXDAY.
thelhd of Maicli, l&'JO, at 7 :'.(() o'clock
Honolulu, l'eb. -J."i, 1SU0. 187 (it
rpilL ieular annual meeting of the
X stockholders of the Inler-Ishinil
Steam Navigation Co, (ldj, will be
held on TUKSDAY, Miurli 4th pio.,
at 10 o'clock a. m , at their olllee on
Qiren street. .1. I'.XA,
Secretary I l.H. N. Co.
Honolulu. Feb. 18. lb'JO. 481 IJJI
11 n nnnuiil meeting of tlio stock.
friuomtor Co. will be held ouTI'LS
DAY, March 4, lBO'l, at 1:0 o'clock
i'. ti , at the olllee of W. O. Sinitli.
V. L. l'OSTl'.lt,
Secretary P. I. tfc H. Co.
Hnnnliilu, Feb. 20, 18! 0. 1SH lOt
for ba'i,'aj:c wa
gon; Nland slock pie
Icired. Apply at lids
olllee. IS7 L'W
FIN P. Xoimiin
broken to cairiai;e or
--J?3ri----i- sound ; a bargain.
For pnitlfuliuB liiniilre of
I'll If CAt-r. CI.UXKY.
17H1IKWOOI) for salo nt
X Coinnierelal Salesrooms, coiner ol
iueuii ami Isnuanu pticelH.
AUU ileinnmls agabut tlio abovo vcs.
Fel will please bo prcM'iitcd at my
ollice. (Jueeu Mieet, on or before Tlmrs.
iluy, Fen. -'7, tfc'.iO, lor bctihnucnl.
J. I. DOWSK'IT.
Ilono'.iilu, Feb 2 1, If I) I. 480 It
nnHEI'nellh) Hardware Co. have jitsl
L iieelved a huge lot ol Kuliaoh in
bulk, which they are t-clliug low.
Estate ! !
ii. i ii "i.mr-ii ir n i- r--i--i r- -n i i '' ' --.ri
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands lo olfer lo the public an Indem
nity Uonil. Many will "be attracteil by the fact that ou arc telling the
boinls of a life iu-itiranee society with iissests over $li.",0'Hl,u0.00, ami
will not, fail upon examination to sec its iuiiiusic merits.
"ThU, with our various forms of Tontine Policies- will, (as you are
now able lo quote the tesiilts of twenty year Tontines) give you groat
advantages over others, as no other company will for
be ablu lo show actual lesttlts on similar Policies.
lt' Semi for illustialive pamphlets, or
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
fleneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, F.quitablo Life Assurance Society
of the l. S. Jan-1-H'o
H. It. IIimuiv. President A Manai;i
l,t)iu'i;i:v ItitowN. Secie'.an A Tica
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opjin. Siu'eekels' ISmiU, : Fort Street. Honolulu.
IMPOISTKILS and DP.ALKKS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaml China, plain anil decorated; and Wedgowooil
I'i.iiso, Libr.uy it Stand Lamps Chandelier & Llcctolierf,
Lamp Fittues of all kinds, A complete assoitsn't of Dtills t Kilo-,
Tim "(S.ielle" Ii
LAUD, CYLIXDKJ!, k'KltOSLXF., LIXSKFD.
Painls, Yainislics it llnt-hos, Manila &. Sisal Itope,
HAXDLKS OF ALL ICIXDS,
Hose, X-Iose, Hoso,
IlinUJKK, WIKIM'.OUXD of sup-nor ipiality, STLAM,
Agate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table &. Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A- Cap., The Uelebiateil"Club" Machine-loaded (.'aidnlgCF,
IlaslV Patent "Duplex'" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
H.istni.iirs Slid Wire Fence it Steel Wise Math,
Win. C. Fisher's Wioujht Steel lbtne,
Gate Citv Stone Filloir-,
"Xew 1'ioeess" Twist DiilN,
siov-20-SH Xeal's C.us issue PiiiisU.
"T"T fit 'fwr
hipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION" & IN'SURANCI A(JENTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpontiiis', Illacksinitlis', .Macbinisls' ,t IMuiubeic,' Took,
HOUSE EUltNISIIIJNG GOODS !
Jlvitebeii Utensils, Paint-, Oil.s"',irulhtM, Laniit Goods and
Blikb's Steam Pumps, Weston's Ceatrifugdls,
'LWilcox & Glblis, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno & Sons Family Medicine?.
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
Classware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Cliilvanieil Pence Who, Black Steel Fence Wise, (lalvanieil SlapleH,
lll.ick Staples, Special tonality l'enco Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -vsa a&y- new GOOlis !
In all lines by l.sto nrsival". Agents for
llubbor Giinlon Ilosu, Wire liouml Hose, Sloain Hoso,
or vr.uv st'i'imioit ijtiAi.irv.
PA0IF1G IIAHDWAHK CO., (LV),
11, F. Dii.i.i.niiii..m, .1. (I. Si-KNcmi, F. L, Wi.nikii,
jiin II'IIO I'icHiilciit, .Milliliter t Seesetary. TsciiMiier.
Circular to Agents.
ti number of year-,
call it: per.son on Hip under-
.loliv Ln, Vice-Prc-ldenl.
Cirn. Iluowv. Auditor.
of EM DESCRIPTION
Plow A- F.qualiei,
Steel & Goo-eneeked Hose,
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