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I'HIDAV, l-KIJ. 'JS, ISfiO.
Feb 2S -!
clir l.nlula from Ki.a
f-'i'lir lliileiiKnla fi'iun IVpcehm
Si'hr l.enhl from Kuu.d
Am lik Sniicnia, l.cc, from ('nllao
StliirP It r.uliiip for Wniniiae,
mill ICoolnii nt !i a in
('ciir l.iliolllui fui Hnianao
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOHROW.
in tern F S PcilHe-hl, llhkhnlni, for
Am bk rnret(ju,e,cn, Winding, for Kiiii
Kninclico h ii ill
Sclir Lnvlnhi for Kwa
Tin- kit k Alcxnn l-r McNeil U leceic
hur Mupir lit tin' Oennli) Stc-nii'-hip
The tern F 8 Itcillield lenc to-moi-row
libniihij,' for the Hound.
'I'll schooner l.uvlniu bronchi IK)
h:is ilce fiom V.w, yc-tcrday.
The bark Andrew' Welch ha been
inoieil to the Fort --licet uhaif to tnlo
Tlii! Aniciiciin linrk Forel (Jin-en,
Captain .1 U M Whnlht;;. pulls ti.-nmr-low
inoiiiiii nt S o'clock with S.".o tun
Mitrnr iiiul filh) bunches banana-".
The AmclkMli li.irk Sonoma, under
conimiiiiil of Oiptiiln .folin Lee, nii'ivi'il
this nftci'iiooii in balluM from Uallan,
Petit. ThN l C'siplnhi l.ee"- lli-il ic
nppcarantv In Ihiunilaii water'!, nftcr n
hipe of lil-iuy motilhi. mill hl-i lniN of
lilcniN hern ;iic ijuit lli'il to once inure
welcome the genial Captain.
Ha wiili, Febiuary lil, hy the Itev.
Stephen L. lK-ha. P. .Maples to
Ml-KudU Pali, both of Honolulu.
VcrOUJAX At lit resilience,
street, Honolulu, on Feb. l'MIi
Mcljnlgnu, ;i lKilhc.of lichuiil.
CSjVThe fiuier.il will lnke plncc from
the Komaii Catholic Culheilrnl nt :?::!)
o'elocls i. in. on .Siniiluy, March HikI.
I'lieinN mill ncipiiiiiitnuec- lire ivpert
fnlly invlleil to ntli.-ml.
THE LUtlALILO ESTATE.
1'i'iiMtri'H lirnntcil IVi-iiiImMoii 1
3Inko Kprcl'il liive-itisieut.
W. O. Smith for Irtistces of Lu
nalilo estate, under date of Feb. 215,
petitioned the Supremo Court for
leave to invest $'2.'i,000 in the stock
of C. llrcwcr & Co. The petition
lets out Unit it is heeomiti"; more
and more tlitlicult to ohUiin rcnl es
tate. The trustees now have over
28,000 on hand uninvested, and
the piospeet of llnditi"; investments
KCCiired by real estate w very poor.
The rates of interest have lallcn
very much within the past tuo or
three years, and it is diirable that
no considerable amount of funds
remain uninvested. The petitioner
therefore prays that the honorable
Court grant permission to invest sixy
$'J.,U0() in securities other than real
estate and, particularly, that they
ive their appioval to the purchase
of 100 shares of the stock of C.
lirowor & Co., a Hawaiian corpora
tion, at a price not to exceed S210
per share. The slock is now paying
a monthly dividend of two dollars
per share and represents large pro
perly both real and personal. The
character and variety of Ihe properly
owned by U. llrcwcr & Co., says the
petition, and tlio thai actor of the
parlies identified with the corpora
tion are such as to give conlidenco
in their business, and there cannot
be a great diminution in 'the value
of their properly except from causes
which would affect values generally
in this kingdom.
The Court give their answer
granting the petition, signed by
Chief Justice Judd, Justices Mc
Ciillvinnd Uickcrton, and dated Feb.
28. ' They set forth that the words
Of the testator's will regarding "in
vestments to bo made in some se
cure manner" were by a former de
cision of the Court held to mean
mortgage on real estate, and that
for other investments it was neces
sary to make application for the
Court's approval us had been done
in this ca&e. Their honors concur
in the grounds of tho petition and
approve of the proposed investment
in C. 1) rower & Co.'s stock.
THE LATE JHO. M'COLGAH.
This old rcsidcNt whoso obituary
appears elsewhere was seventy-live
years of age uhpn lie died. Tho
'deceased was proprietor of Ivamalo
plantation on Molokai. 1'ilor to
acquiring this property he lived at
1'earl Hivcr, and before that was
engaged for ninny years in tho
tailoring business in company .villi
A. J. Campbell. Ho leaves as rela
tiyes, Itobert and Klia MoorhoucL
step brother and sister, Panjel Ic
Corriston, a carpenter of this city,
ami jlugh and 1). McCorriston re
siding at Kamalo, cousins. To
funeral will take nlaco at II:. If) p.
m, Sunday from the Woman Cathplip
Sale of (i-room cottage, corner of
Uichards and llcrctanm streols, by
L. J. Levey, at 12 noon.
Special meeting of trustees of the
paiors' Home Spoiely, at thp room
of the Chamber of Commerce, at 10
.Meeting of llio stockholders of Uiq
Jleciprocity Sugar Co., at the ollico
of W. It. Castle, at 12 noon.
LOCAL & UEM-RAL NtWS,
Fiiiihii nepiiiluro liny coal is offer
ed for mile by Allen Si Itoliinon.
A iiTttrit While holds power of ut
loiney for (' I.. Iliito until fiiitber
Tilt: teiiuliiird' inueling of (Viitml
1'iiion Kniiilny School bus lncii pol
poui'il fiom this (veiling one week.
Tin: lliiw.iii.il i MiHimt ('Million's
Society will incel at Dr. lldc's Ic-H-ilciici'
S.iluidiiv I'M'tiim; nt 7 :!!0 o'
clock. Tin: Mgtuil for Ihe Honolulu mean
iiooii did uol i-oitud on eact time
nwinn to fimiii' deriingenieiit of liic
lelephonc wiie. The iRiial of
(iieeiiwieh time went all right.
A vi:ttY siioeei-sful lehearsal was
hud by the .Mikado Company yesloi
day evening. 1'iof. Sutivlet and
l.iuul. I'illetle wnikcd like troopei.to
secttie the good nwults (hat weie
Tin: Adveiliscr boislcd the Kiuaii
on the .Marine Uailw.iy early 1 1 1 im
unn-ning. The inagiiiliiile of ibis
miitoi Inking will lu appiccialt d
when il is known Unit iMe.tri. Sor
eiiMiu Si hyle Failed to achieve the
Mime feat (ill this afteiiioou.
Tin: Hawaiian Advertising Album
for tlii. year i.- leceiving the iiictuies
at Mr. .1. .1. Williams' studio. Theie
will be n linger edition than in pre
vious ycai", the pi. icing of the woik
to extend In K iMorn as well us 1'aeilic
t'oa'-t hotels. It is nn iinpiovcment
on former mic- in itelf. Theie is a
well-written de.-eiipliou of Hawaiian
alti.ictions for louiiuls itinuing all
through the hook, and the views of
buildings and ..cenes are excellent.
The intiile pages of (he cover aie
frtill available for mlvei Using matter,
applications, for the space to be made
to the owner, Mr. II. M. Dow.
Drill Co. I) Honolulu Ih'lles, at
1'aeilic Degree Lodge Xo. 1 I), of
ii., at 7::;o.
Hawaiian Council, A. I..
at 7 :."().
THAT SECRET BALLOT.
From the Jlilo Jta-oril, Fvb. 2.".)
Wo. advocated strongly in the last
Legislature, the secret ballot, but
were snowed under in the passage
of our late election law. Tho last
elections only show moie strongly,
that the "secret" ballot is the only
way for honest voting. We arc in
hopes that our next Legislature will
replace the present manner ot voting
by the secret method. It is the
only fair method of getting at tho
true wish of the majority at the
Our great neighbor, tlio I'niled
States, is advocating it .strongly and
we ought not to be behind in the
nntter. "Ve wish that every think
ing man would read the Governor of
New Jersey's lust nddrcss to the
Legislature of that State (found in
a late San Francisco llulletin). It
is one of the best things on the sub
ject we have ever lead. So give us
the "secret ballot."
A'c believe that our present law
contemplates only the printing of
one ticket for Keprescntatives and
not one for each parly. Let all the
candidates be on one ballot and, in
in tho secrecy of the polling place,
let each voter designate tlio man he
wants. This will do away entirely
with the nuisance of tho "runner"
7'7om the Jlilo Jtecord, J'l.
The business now bclore the coun
try will be to discuss necessary
measures to be put through during
the coming Legislature. One of the
most important we consider to be
those pertaining tp the Crown lands.
These lands should bo placed on the
same fooling ia Government lands
and, as fast as tho ptcseut leases
expire, should be put into tlio mar
ket, using such portions of them as
may be best suited for that purpose,
if we ever want a permanent
population of real settlers, we must
be prepared to olfer them land to
settle on. The present Government
lands suited for that purpose are
about exhausted and we must have
the Crown lands. We would call
:ltctiljou to tho fact, that the hoino
i.teads set apatt by the Government
arc being fast settled up. Kvery
family obtaining one such lot is
a real and lasting advantage to the
We do not think it a dilllcult mat
ter to place the Crown lands on such
a footing as will make theiu avail
able. Wp tllnk tlint ope of tho
bos), mctl()ds will be, for the next
Legislature to appoint a Commis
sipu on each Island, of good honest
business inct. tp npprajso (lift v:ibe
Of Ciqvvu lands and then tho inter
est of the same to bo paid yearly to
llio King. All llie present ronls lo
bo paid to tho Government, and, as
fust as tho leases explro, such laud
as may ne dcsi sot apart and sur
veyed into homesteads. This can
bo donu by the Legislature and
would be a short cut out of the
Hut our Legislature must takp
steps in this matter during the
coming session. Wo believe a largo
majority of the people of the coun
try will expect it.
OIiiiiijj Wiia t.'lulnis (lie Might lo
li,.init--!'rosi,('HM o!' (lie tiiimttnii
Tlie hearlim of the case in equity
of W. It. Castle on behalf of Chung
Waa vs. Jonathan Austin, .Minister
of Foreign Affairs, was resumed
yesterday, at 2 p. in., before Chief
Justice Judd. The complaint Hied
in the case iceiles that Chung Waa
is now in China, that he Is a citi.i'ii
of the Hawaiian Kingdom by nalur
ali.nlion, that he wishes to ictiirii to
the Islands, and that he is tcstraincd
from so doing by the attitude of the
Miui-ler of Foicign Atfaits in re
fusing him a lelurii pas-pnil and in
denying him permission to land
without such passport. All of which
is contrary to the rights and privi
leges of the defendant as a Hawaiian
citizen and the .Minister is requested
to show cause why he fails tp allow
the return of the said Cluing Waa.
The order was made returnable
The answer admits tho allegations
contained in the prayer for an in
junction re-training Ihe Minister
from preventing the landing of the
parly named, but contends that this
refusal is not in contravention of the
rights and privileges of the said
Chinaman as a Hawaiian citizen.
W. it. Casllebeingsworn testified:
Am attorney for Chung Waa and
also hold his power of attorney.
Chung Waa's nephew also holds
same for cer.ain purposes. lie
(Chung Waa) went to China with
the intention of leturniiig. A cross
examination conducted by .Mr.
I'elerson, Deputy Attorney-General,
elicited that Mr. Castle had known
Chung Waa ten years. The cclesti.il
origin of the individual is beyond
cavil. His appearance proclaims it.
No earthly grounds for the supposi
tion that any other nationality enters
into his make up. He had often
talked of the passport, he knew of
the law, and yet he left without the
permit to return. A passport was
refused him unless he complied with
certain conditions. The issuance
of passport was coupled with such
degrading riders as having Ids
photograph taken and having his
personal charms minutely cata
logued. Although he had not been
specially singled out for these tokens
of esteem he declined to .submit and
departed on his dignity, which is an
excellent thing to depart on when
one can't get a passport.
A document purporting to be the
naturalix.alion paper of the departed
one was then submitted to the Court
who was somewhat puzzled how to
classify it. The reti.sal of the Min
ister to co-operate witli the com
plainant in the joyful home-coming
ot the lingering Chung Waa was
offered in evidence.
Mr. Peterson for the Government
advanced that Cliuns: Waa is of
Chinese parentage. He is a native
of China. Consequently he is with
in the scope of the provisions and
penalties of the Chinese Restriction
Act. He requires a permit to ic
enter the Kingdom. The right of
return is not peisonal to citizenship.
Citizens who are also voters are re
quired to secure passports for de
parture. They must obtain permits
to ro-enlcr the Kingdom. It lias
never been contended they should
be exempt by reason of citizenship.
Such tin exemption is not a right in
cident to citizenship. The cases arc
parallel. The Chinaman knew the
law and chose to defy it. Tlio act
is not directed specially against him
and no good reason exists for ex
empting him from its behests.
Mr. II. N. Castle, attorney for
the complainant, replying denied the
parallel claimed by counsel. The
passport law and hospital fund act
are general in their terms but the
Restriction Act is directed against a
class. If the provisions of the Hos
pital Tax Act were made operative
against a certain class only the
parallel would. lie. Hut the hospital
tax is a general levy on the travel
ing public. There is no analogy.
This is a proper case for injunction,
which is designed to romedy indict
ed wrongs. The law which denies
this Chinaman's return is unconsti
tutional. No law can be passed
conllictitig with the rights of a class.
This is a class a class created by
nature. No considerations of pub
lic policy can apologizo for the dis
crimination against this applicant.
11 has been held in the Tinted
Slates that no distinction can be
ill awn between the rights of natural
ized mid native citizens. N.0 public
policy can atone for a. disregard of
personal rights. NTo matter how
politic, how profitable, how urgent
such an act may seem, no enactment
is wot thy of respect which overrides
a class. When doubts exist as to
tho construction of law the interest
ed party or the one likely to suffer
most injury from its opeiation
should bo entitled tq their benefits.
And tlii1! Court is now asked to de
clare that tho lights of citizens can
not bo abridged by this Hostriction
Act. Our claim of cxeinpUon from,
the operation of an exclusion Act,
applicable to Chinese gcucially, is
based on the principle of exemption
by citizenship. Te r'mhtfi of citi
zens and mere residents widely
Mr. I'elerson contended that the
Act applied alike to citizens and
resident aliens. It specifies that
Chinese without distinction must
liavo a permit to re-enter tho Uinjj
doin. Mr. Oasllo was then asked by tho
Court whothor the provisions of the
Constitution do not apply equally tp
citizens and aliens. Tho counsel
replied in the alllrmatlvo but orgiied
that Ihe it at in of Chung Wtw m
China in the nniiio as tiat of oliei
citizens abroad. The rights of citi
zenship retired the issue from llio
.-cope of this Act, and if not, then
this Act must be unconstitutional as
it operates to abridge the rights ol
Uriels will bo presented by coun
sel. The repotter learned from .Mr.
Austin, the Minister of Foreign Al
fairs, that withholding the injunc
tion is not necessarily lalal to the
advent of Mr. Waa on our shine-.
It will only .settle the details inci
dental lo the event. If he cannot
come bedecked with the honors ol
citizenship, he may yet travel in on
his face and shape, by having the
former transferred to paste-hoard
and the latter reduced lo enumera
tion for future reference.
A Visit tit Hip Sttlitlo or 111'. Win.
lly invitation the ISri.i.n is te
porter entered the studio of Win.
Cogswell in Spreckels' block. On
easels were elegantly liameil por
traits of (jiieen I'.nnna and Mrs.
Judge Heady of Portland, Oregon,
while in llio rear of these was a full
length portrait of His Majesty King
Kalakaua. The reporter with his
usual modesty disclaims any preten
tions to the rank of an art critic and
will record his impressions not as an
art critique but as his own sincere
The poi trait of Queen Kmma is
of three-quarter size. It is executed
from a photograph. There is a con
scientious fidelity to every detail in
the work. The subject is arrayed
in court dress, the elegant coloring
and elaborate fold- of which have
been faithfully caught and accu
rately reproduced. A three-quarter
view of the body, with the face turn
ed nearly front, is picscnted. Set
off by the elegant toilet and resplen
dent gems which decorate her per
son, the rich tints of the bare arms
and shoulders of the queen glow
with speaking warmth upon the can
vas. The dreamy, languorous ex
pression of tlie eye which was such
a conspicuous feature in her appear
ance, seems to have remained here in
Mrs. Deady's portrait though of
another type is striking also for the
faithfulness of tlie likeness, and Ihe
pure tone and clear tints which dis
tinguish it. It is a bust present
ment and was painted from sittings.
Tlio grace of the pose and the de
licacy of tlie expression are compli
mentary records of the subject and
Haltering tributes to the skill of the
His Majesty's thrcc-quarlcr por
trait from life was executed about
ten years since. In it the King is
painted wearing the royal uniform
and profusely decorated with orders.
This is the property of the artist
himself. The picture of Queen
Kiimia is designed for the Queen's
Hospital and will be accompanied
l3 a similarly sized portrait of her
royal consort, Kamchanioha IV.
The fame of Mr. Cogswell as an
artist is not to be made or marred
by the reporter. It is already his
toric. About twenty years since he
painted a SliOOO portrait of the la
mented Piosidcnt Lincoln. This
workwasopenlo competition and the
fact that Mr. Cogswell's portrait was
accepted over tlie efforts of an artist
like Mr. Healy sullteiently esta
blishes his rank as a portrait painter.
About a year after lie executed a
group of the Grant family from life,
at the order of the General himself.
This exquisite work found its way
into the possession of Vanderbilt
and by him was transferred to the
United States Government. It now
hangs in one of the Departments at
ltex. vs. Afong, remanded till to
morrow. The two, cases of Wolilmuth and
the case of Ing Choug and Akapa
were remanded till March ."i.
Ah Hung for larceny of S 120 the
property of Levi Drew is on trial.
SHEWING Oiim of all
for -ale at the
1"ING up 22 Mutual Telephone, for
i Oilorlivts Kq;allai. -18211'
1""INefip2.!(l Miiluul Telephone Inr
X Odorless Kxciivutloii. 432 If
NOTICK 1- hereby -jlvi'ii toilcpoMtor
lu tliu .SaUngi Jlank Department
of Clans SpicckcN it Co. that, Itoui anil
after the l day of Apiil, IMIO, the in
terest allowed on deposits will b.p n -iluecil
to four ft) percent per minimi.
Deposltots Will he allowed lo withdraw
Ibelr ilcnoqlt-i up to that date without
rvbif? tlie u-iial notice, but, if allowed
to remain after Apill 1st, said ik'prtilM
will he ciiiiililureii as sifjijiti.t to the i ulo
mnl iculatlmw pulili.-dicil in the I'a-.s
CLAPS SPHKCKKLS Si CO.
A V ANT EI)
SITUATION as Sugar Cicik or
Nlnlit Watchman tit a mill, or a
plnco m I. una on u ooil plantation.
ILh experlcneu anil can furnish good
lel'creiieo. (J.ill or address "M. K. 1.,"
TEAMS 1ER WANTED
A S'l HONG Kteiuly Mini is wanted to
MX. take cue of hoisci", iliivnileliveiy
ele. Apply to "P. O.
INGupiC.'O Miiluid Tuleplionit for
X) OilorleiK Kcavalloii
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Real Estate !;E mMl
lly onl. r el A .1 I ll I'vVliWillT,
Tinstie of Hie C-l.iteof l.j ili. K. I'ilkiu,
1 will sell al I'nlil.e Auction nt my
Kilcinnin, (Jueeii sticct,
On IMOXDAV, IWiiiHi J'.nl,
AT l! O'CLOCK MXI.V,
2 Dssirsble Eeience Lots,
Sltunteil on Pott strcil, opposite the
LOT NO. 1 -'Ins US feet frr.nlno! on
Kort Micet ami is T.J feet deep, pun.
ttdnbig uti ait."i of 1,1101 sipiiuc
LOT NO. 3-Uiir,S fed rioniaenn
1'ort sired anil U out .7.1 leet deep,
conliiinint; nn una of -1,( t'l -tinii (
There is a 10 font lino bet ween the '2
tnt, tint pivin;: ilnulilu linutiigo to the
These are the mou desirable building
sites offurril for Mile In the city.
A plan of the Lots can he A'i n nt my
tiSj" Sale subject lo ront'u millon by
JAS. F. 3IOKGAX,
ft nil Auctioneer.
J. E. BROWN,
uhl Capitol lbiililing.
Agent to take Acknowlcilgnnnt to Con
tracts tor Labor
District of Honolulu,
1-1. mil of
California : Lands
FOU sajl-io :
Sciy Apph to
l-N if t' Meiclniut -t.. Honolulu.
ASIM'.C'IAL nieethi!,' of the 'I'ru-tee-of
the Sailor- Home .Society will
be held at the loom of the C'hauilier of
Cniinueice. on SATPliDAY N'KN'T.
the 1st of March, WW. at 10 o'clock
A. m. A full nlteiiil.inet! i- ii'ipie-leil.
I'. A. S 'HAWICK,
Honolulu, l'ch. 27. IM'n. s'i -jt
AMFXTIN'O of the Miicl.liiilileis of
the Iteeipiocltv .Sunnr Co. will lie
helil at the nlllee of'W. It. CiiMle, at 1l
o'clock noon, SA'I'PltDAY. .March 1.
IMio. liii-lneN of Importance.
S7 It M'CIct.llV.
rpili: annual i the,' of ihe HiitUh
X Club will be held on MOXUAY.
Iheilul of Mnieh. IMIO, at 7 ::!( o'clock
Honolulu, Feb. 'j:, lSill). Is7lll
rpilli leuular annual meeting of the
JL Hioi-kliohlcrs of the Inter Ir-huul
Steam Navigation Co, (I.'dj, will he
held on TPKSDAY, March 1th pro.,
nt 10 o'clock a. M , at their nlllee on
Qui en btreet. .1. I'.XA,
Secretary I I. ,s. N. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. IS. lfcOO. -181 l'Jr
Tlir. annual meeting of the Block.
X hnhleis of the People's Ire A-. He.
frificriitor Co. will lie held on TPKS
DAY. March -t, 1K!I), at l::i0 o'clock
I'. t., nt Ihe ofllce of V. O. Smith.
W. K. l-'dSTKK.
Secretary I'. I. & It. Co.
Honolulu. Kelt. 20, 1S!'0. W lOt
Coi'iKSof the Daily Itri.i.r.-nx, ol
the date -neclllcil below, .Ml ceuN
copv will lie paiti
I'llveiy at Ibis olllce
for the e-nue on
.luiiiiury I, I!),
l-ehi iiiuy 4, lHStl.
for baiKo wa-
;;ou; l-lanil mock jiii
lerieil. Apply at IhN
olllce. -4Sr L'w
broken to cauiiiKu oi
5-ir -i-mmiiiiI; a bargain
For pullculars inniilni of
P.I! If (.'a it. CLUNKY.
Cum hi fin Shop.
ISO 1 w
IlllKSVOOl) for Kale i.t lliuvali.in
. L'oniniurelal Snlesinoiu-", court of
tjiieen anil Nuuanii sticclf. -Il'8 If
ALfj ileinauila nalns-t the ahnvo ven.
(el will please ho pretentcd at my
nllleo, (jui"'H ylieul, on or buforeTliiir.H.
ibiy, Pel). 'J7, lUO, lor Kiitleiiient.
.1. I. DOWSKTT.
llono'ulu, Feb. SI, It!)). -Ml -It
rpj-IE Paelllu Harilwarn Co. huvn Jusl
L ru'.flviil a liugi) lot o( lluliii-.li in
hulk, which they are H'llinj; low.
Society of the United States.
Extract From Amiunl Circular to Ap,cnts.
"We puipoic placimj in your liaudn to offer to the publican Indem
nity ISoikI. Many will bo all! acted by the fact that ymt are -elliii the
builds of ti life insurance society with iciest1' over S fl.i.0U(l,fl00.(n, and
will not fail upon examination lo see its iiitiin-ii; meiits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to ouote the testtlts of twenty year Tontines) sjive you jrreal.
advaiitaues over others, as no other
be able to '-how actual ic-ulls on itnilar Policies.
fcSy-Send for illustrative pamphlet
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
fleneral Aenl for tho Hawaiian Islands, Pipiiluble Lite Assurance Society
of the P. S. Jan-l-'JO
K. K. Hi'.xiinv. Pre-tilent ,v, Mana;,'er.
(ioui'KKY Ituuw.N. Secretin v AiTiciMirer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opii. MnreekcN' IttiuU, :
Osn'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Uemiino Havilaml China, plain and decorated; uiiil Weilg&wjod
I'i.ino, Libr.in t Shun! Lamps Chandelier". A Klci'lnliorn,
Lamp Filuics of all kinds, A complete aMiitui't of Drills t Piles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "li.i.elle" o-wheeled UidiiiK l'low S- Kiii.ili.er,
liliicbcaid ltice Plow, Plautoin' Steel A. tlooeneckcd llne.
S- Iiiii'-he., Manila A. Sisal Pope,
HAXDLICS OK ALL KINDS,
Ho!?ic, X-losie, HCoi-so.
UUniiKlt. WIHK-HOUXD of supiior quality, Sc STPAM.
Aj;ate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Talile it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A- Cap-, Tlie Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Unit's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe A- Holt Thipatlinj,',
llailm.iuV Steel Wiie Pence it Steel Wire Mat.
Win. ti. FMiei's WioukIiI Steel R.ingei-,
fiate City Stone I'ilte,
"New Pioee" Twist Diillf,
nov-2!l.8!l Xeal'n CaniaRe Paitil.
ew'Oi1' wt"""1! - "nt ' "' "' wpjiwii ii mm iji m f
CASTLE & COOKE,"
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSUUiVNOE AfiE.STS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
fl.npenler.-.', Hl.iek-uuiths', M.icliiniil..' ,t Pliuniioir.' Tor.N,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kili'lii'ii Ptensil.-i, P.iiutt, Oil-, Vaini-lu-s, Lamp liooiN and
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewing Mdcuiuos,
Dr. Jayue & Sons Family Medicines,
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A XP.W IXVOIC'K OF
& Cutlery, Just.
Fenee Wire, lllaek
Ill.iel: Htaplea, Special
NEW GOODS ! "ten ser- NEW GOODS !
In all lines by l.ito ariivaU. Apents for
KublxM' (iiirdon lloso, AVlro Hound Hone, Slouni Hos
01" VllltV Kt'l'lIlllOlt IJUAI.ITY.
I'APIFIO llAIUlWAUl-: CO., (L'i'),
jiin (MM) I're-.ident.
t , .... ,'-.: ..'- . a.. -v. :,.. i 'in, ,T if rfttUT i intrifi iViTirfi!fiLitfMwf6iiiViriTiTiir ri tl'iiwiiaymiiWniiilr F
company will for
number of year.
- , or call in person on tho iinder-
I'ort Street, lluiiiiliilii.
Wire, Calvanied Staples,
Quility Fenco Staples.
(j. Simi.ni'cii, F. L, Winii:k,
Manager it Seetolaiy. Tre.isnier.
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