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OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPAHY'S
A. M. I'. l.
Leave lliiiinliilif i : 'Jinn
AllH-i M.ui:ut:i !i:IH '.':IS
Ll'IIVl JIlllUlIU II-.IM I'.IMJ
AlllM' Honolulu 11:1: 1:1s
M'NIiAV I l!AIV.
A. M. V. M. I'. M.
I, fine Honolulu... '.:::) l'-':::o 'Itt'o
Ariivu.Miumim.... 10:18 1:18 :IH
Leave Miiutitiii.... 11,:ID 1:11 -I:".".
Arrive Hunnlulu...1l: IS i:'M lul:!
Mlkahala from IC:ui:il
MtiiirLlUclike from Maui
jstnir ICanlii from Kllaue.i ami llnunlcl
j-chr V:iIi'lin from IC:ui:il
Selir Mary from llaualct
Selir liuli l!o Iroiii Hun
.Mar it -Ktmr
Khiau for lllloniiil way ports at
I p m
.Stmr.l A Cummin' for Koolau al II :i in
.Stinr Moknlll for Molokal at ,"i p in
Hchr ICa Moi for Hawaii
Sehr lliileakala for llnelo
Sehr Kealil for Kauai
Stmr Wiilnlcnlo for Xawlllwlll and
Hanamaiilu :il." p tit
VESSELS IEAVINB TO-MORROW."
Stinr I.'kelike for Maul at ." p m
"Stun Mlkaluiln tor Iviiual at ." p m
Sttur.las Makee fur ICnpaa at I p in
iSelir Mary for Haiialcl
'Selir Waleliu for Hiinapepi
Mclir Hob Itoy for lii
Trout ICanai per flinr Mil.ahala, Mar
I'-llon f! X Wllco. M .1 Unwell, Miss
i: liarris, !'(' Damon and wife, Mls
AValsli, 10 Kruc. .1 Hlck-on. It Kala
and wife, Mr.lnliu-nn, S L ICckmuaiio,
K Kalsura, A TNumi, Jlr ralnc, Mi
I'.i'ihoii, Mr I.arsen, 'I Clduoso and oil
From ICaitai per stinr Walaleile, Mar
l-tt'K Unwell and J deck.
l-'iom Maui per stinr l.lkelll.e Mar'J
l)r Hall, h Potty ami wife, A Ca'-ten-lierj,
Mr I'Viei'sou and wife, L' Cld
liesc, 2U deck.
I'm- windward pints per stmr ICInau,
March :i Hon H I'aiker, .1 1 J'arUor
mul wife, Mrs V I lanualiolliei, Mlsse.
Low ('J), Mrs K r Low, Hon W II
(.'oruwell. Mrs.l II Maliv, 11 II Webb,
i: n'l'euney, l'ev I S 'Policy. MrslMi
Vlerra. N' l.oel.wood, A (Jroiiluer and
'Plie "lim" MIkaliala lirtmlil Sunday
niorniiiy;. Mar L", from Kauai, I,.'I7 bys
'.uar, ii bead cattle, I'M haj;s riee mid
!i m'cen hides.
The stinr Wala'eale brought on Salur
dav iiiorniiij;:i,li!."i bajjs imar for Hie
tier bark 11 llackfelil.
The stinr l.lkelike brom;!it Sunday,
Mari, !l::i(i bags suar. (!1 lias iiota
tuc, (it) lin-s and li'J pkif.s siindiU's.
Tin ship Merom anil the litigant ilie
Couucln are unluailln at Kaliiilui.
The stinr Kiiiau leaves at I o'clock
this afternoon for windward ports.
Tins tern Alcalde has been moved
hack from the FNh MiuKet to Allen &
tnl)hi:on'- wharf to (lNcliar! lumber.
Tlui'-tnir ICaala Inouht 1,11s h;g
Mitfar from Kauai on Suuihiy.
TIib schih Mary and Wa'.t'hu brought
100 and L',':() bags rice respectively liom
The stinr W (' Hull is due to-morrow
The bark Xewsboy, Capt Johnson,
sailed from Kahulul lat Wcilncidav
with sugar for .San Vranei-co, The selir
Challenger, Capt Thniiip-on, will -nll
Iroiii there next Wednesday for San
NAVAL PATRIOTIC SONG.
The author of the following;
Imllail is Lieut. Sherman, now naval
instructor on the V, S. training ship
New Hampshire. He is known lo
many people in Honolulu.
hiaiVINU is tiii: NAVY.
Air: Marching Through (icorgla.
Oh! Wo are gay Apprentice boys.
To the Xavy we belong.
Through gathered from Ihu city or
The tann we'io young and strong.
And we can box the conipn-s, icef
And steer, or -lug a song,
While we are serving in the Xavy.
Hurrah! hurrah! right jolly tars aio we
Ilmiah! hurrah! our homo the deep
We'll servo our time in every clinic,
And cruise o'er every sea.
Willie we me serving In the Xavy.
There's lots of fun before ii-, boys,
Wherever we may go,
We'll till t with the Kanaka ghls-
Thn niuhlsof C'nl-la-o.
We'll learn to dance the hula and
The .iiiniieiiecii, too.
, While we me serving In the Xavy.
lint, though bewitching sirens -eel,
Out hearts with lovo to hind.
I'm sun we never will forget
The girls we've left behind.
Tlnugh jovs enchant mul pleasiucshuc,
Our love' Is their.-, they'll Ibid.
While we me serving In the .Navy.
'J he honor of our Hai; we'll guaid,
The Hhiiloii. .slrlis mid murs,
Prbi'eet It with our lives if we're
5 Involved In foielgn wars.
We'll r'cadv for llo battle and
WimIouoi fear the scars,
While we arc serving in tin Xavy.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O.
Hand concert at Kmma Square,
at 7 : at).
Meeting Staff and Line Ollieers
Honolulu Utiles, 7:!l0.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 121 I and A.
if.', at 7:110.
Jlrilish Club, annual meeting,? :!t0.
6 I NO up'J'.'il Miituid Telephone for
.IV Oiloilcm Jl.seiiviilloti. Wi tf
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' LOCAL & (1F.HERAL NEWS.
A cook v.'nnU ii pnsiiimi.
jMlti .lusliei lliel.'orloii pre-ides til
Kiipieino Com! chambers, litis week.
Tin: annual meeting (,f 1 ms lnloi
lslund Kleani Navigation t'o. will lit
held at JO o'clock to-inoiiow.
'I'm: Fiiend for March is vcty in
teresting hi runic of ils content'',
Imlh news mill i'oiiI iiii'I,m:'I mallei.
IiCI'AIIIM on the Knlihi .to.id haw
liccii dragging "f ''itc Atioiil ninety
loot ll.lW been euM'Iril ill s-i Weeks.
'I'm: .'le.inier Ati'.tr.ili.i will he ilne
fiom S.in Fi.iui iseoiiot l'Yida , nl.-n
t In Llcanrr Alameda fiom the I'nlo
liics. AxoTlir.it stone building ha lately
been added to tin' ICiiiiichnmchn
Schools gtoup. 'I'he structure is de
signed for cl.if-s looms.
'I'm: lime tabic of the O.ihn Rail
way mid Land Co. appears in this
issue and will ho kept pornuiiienlly
in a pioiiiiiient pari of the paper.
Mi:. I.oebcnstein, sin vcyor,of I lib,
is engaged by the Oaliit I'adway v
I, ami Co., to l.i nil a town plot al
Mamma, pie-eul teiniiiius if tin
i ail way. "
Tin: payiuciil of Draft .No. I'JS by
the lloiioiiiti Sugar Co., ol date l'cb.
10, lS'.MI, i slopped and all patties
aic caiilioncd against tin negotiation
MA'rniits and cases for heating lie
foio the presiding .litslice at chmn
bers to-morrow aic : Malioc ct al. vs.
ICaiihi, 10 a. in., and Instate of Kulaii
iini (w.), II n. in.
Tilt: hand will play at Thomas
Siptaic to-nioriow and Wednesday
evenings, and at the Hotel on Friday
evening. This evening there will lie
a conceit at Kiiitmi Square.
Wii.so.v linos, of I lilo, teali.ing
the benelit of introdiieiiig themselves
lo noticn in a liist cl.iss advertising
medium, inform the public gcncially
in to-day's Humxti.v of their livciy
business. Cauiage and saddle horses
furnished on shot test notice for trips
to Volcano or elsewhere.
Timm: is a novel wiie-pullcr to In
pceii at CnMlc it Cooke's. It t- novel
liecnii.su them is nothing political
about it. The win is grasped at each
end by a cam grip. A lever winking
along a bar of iion in a ratchet
plictclics tin wiie at will. This: in
genious device will Ik uppiccinlcd
by fence builders.
In rcgaid to the indestructibility
of the I'liuchbowl road it ia learned
that prior to tho seven historical
trips in a back by tho Advertiser ie
potter, and subsequent to the damage
alleged to have been wrought by tin
storm, about twenty men and a Mon.ni
roller had put the load into proper
condition for that join mil's hack
SatI'UDAY afternoon a liie engine
on Foil street cither going to or ic
t uiiiing from a drill blew its whistle.
Fred. llnnisouV horse attached lo a
brake and bitched in front of his
hop became frightened and bolted
into a yaid whcie liu ia iiMinlly fed.
The whistling was lopealed, causing
him such flight that he ton) down
Hie street, reducing the brake lo a
total wreck and completely ruining
Tm: following ollieers of the Kca
li:i Lodge, No. ."i, K. of P., have been
eleclcd and installed:
P. (!., H. P. liugus, M. I).
C. C, II. U. Wishnid.
V. ('., A. Lindsay.
P., Win. Hlaisdell.
K K. and S., (ico. II. Faitehild.
M. '., 10. K. Wade.
M. K Win. Kassic.
T. (!., Win. Hciiniug.
O. ti., S. (!. King.
KisTint H()(' (icrtriule willanivo in
ilonoliilii on tho Sth and will pio
eced immediately to Molok.ii. Ac
companying the young lady partly
as an escort and paitly on other af
fairs of tho Hoard will bo Dr. Kim
ball tho President, Jlr. (ico. C. Por
ter the .Sccrclaiy, and others. Tho
appioachiiig Mwinn of tho legisla
tiite leudcis this liip advisable to
K'ciirc the necct-tary data for an in
lelligunt icpoit to tliat body.
Tin: Union Ico Works are now
seemingly in full lihust. The retail
.storage i ooni lloor was covered with
blocks of ice, this morning that could
not bo excelled in quality. Tho
K'cond Her of Morago rooms is de
voted to lliii pio.sorvatinn of beef,
butter, vegetables, etc. The tumper
atuic of the apartments is calculated
to congeal the fur on a cat's back. A
Miinll wicket window indicates tin
low teiiiperaluic of tho interior by a
vNilile coating of fiost.
I'kom last year Hiero will ho only
two leap yeaih in fifteen years. Tho
day added lo ovety font Hi year in the
(licgoiiati calendar lo balance Pather
Time's accounth is a shado too niiich,
wdiicli in a bundled years uninuuW
lo a surplus of about one day. There
foio tlio iilllli of 'Vliiary is (Hh
penned with in Iho IhhI year of the
century nllhbugh a. fourll' or leap
year. Poisons bum on robrunry Until
Will only owe their fiicnds two biitl
ijay mi lies ii) Hi next tiltcep,
- -w i
What proved a very enjoyable
dinner paily was given at Hie ltranch
Hotel, Vnikiki, Saturday evening, in
honor of Miss McOon'ilm, of Siin
Kraneifiiio. The company had ad
journed from an afternoon picnic at
Wnialao. Mrs. .1, T, White, luanagcr
of tho Draiich, did herself gical
credit with tho dinner. After leaving
(iiiiio Iho coiiipauy', niiuilieriiig
twenty to thirty ladiea and gentle
men, Idled tho balance of the even,
ing with diiiieing and general nicia-bilily,
, &AILX BULLETINS HONOLULU,-!. I
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A FORMES VISITOR.
"C'neknltfiie," Hip London corri"
poiident of the San Francisco Argo
until, writes an interesting letter on
thu late "eccenlriu Sir Percy Shelley,
Hart., and his sueees-or." Sir Petcy
was Hie only son of Percy llysshe
Shelley, and . by his death "lite
male line of descent from the fatu
ous poet becomes extinct, and the
baronetcy devolves upon Sir Petcy's
nephew, Kdwanl Shelley, of Aung- i
ton, in tlm county of liampsliiic." j
'i'lii1 piesenl baronet lias been :i
great roamcr wlto tinVeied lite earth
lor adventure. He joiucil llic'l nil.
Mi P.ashi-ilT'.oul.s in the ( iimcan
war, for Ids set vices being created
a pasha by lite Sultan. He spent
two years hunting and osploring in
Alrica and is mentioned in one of
tloi don C'liininiug's works. Clolng
next to America In sought excite
ment on Hie prairies, was captured
by Indians, whose ways he adopted
si) heartily that they made him their
chief. When alter two years of
ehiefship he made his escape and
readied Chicago, he visited China
and Japan wlieic lie had many ad
ventures. It was on his way to
Japan that he stayed awhile in the
Hawaiian Islands, :i fact, for which
we are indebted to the recollection
of Hon. John O. Domini9. It. was
about the year lfillS and the (!ov
crnor remembers the visitor as show
ing Hie spirit that made his adven
turous record. He was advised not
lo take the bhip on which he had
engaged passage to China,asshe was
an old hulk not very seaworthy. His
reply was that the captain was a
good soit of a fellow and he thought
he should have a llrstratc time.
THE NEW ROYAL SALOON.
The new Uoyal Saloon building
Hearing coinplelton is :t beauty. It
occupies the site of the old building
at Hie corner nf Nuiianii and Mer
chant streets. The structure is of
one story and is built of brick. The
street facings are relieved and orna
mented by nine stuccoed pilasters.
Skew backs, for the imparling of
correct arches above the tops of the
doors and windows, project from
these. Commencing with the top of
the verandah is the cornice, com
posed of series of stop blocks of
beautiful architectural design sur
mounted by a stucco railing of
semi-mullions against a background
of brtckwoil;. llns ratling is crown
ed witli a lilting cap of stucco. Tin
.summits of the pilasters are appro
priately topped witli ornamental
heads. The. corner of the building
on Nuitaun and .Merchant streets is
splayed siillieiently to allow of
larye double doors. There are
double doors also in the front and
on the Merchant street side. The
windows are large and lastetnlly
arched. The verandah extends
along Hie street facings covering Hie
stone pavement in width.
The interior is graced witli wains
coting and linisli of Kasllakc style.
The saloon room lias dimensions of
."7 by 1)5 feet. In the rear of this
is a store-room 21 feet by '22 feet.
Separated from Ibis by a partition
are a hall room Hi feet by '22 feet
and two card rooms taking up Hie
balance of the building. The con
tract for the construction of the
building is in the hands of Walker
& Hedward. It will probably be
ready for occupancy the last of
Last uiglit a house near lvamoilitli
Cliurcli was the theatre of another
of those celestial suicides which ap
pear in the papers semi-yearly. The
house and a llsh pond known as Ka
paahca were leased by the deceased.
This morning a Chinaman called at
the house about half-past six. Find
ing the door locked he called an
other Chinaman named All San ; to
gether Ihey entered the outer door.
Ah San then threw open the bed
room door exposing to the amazed
duo the ghastly sight of a corpse
suspended by the neck. It appears
that on Saturday the Chinaman
was out after a horse. Climbing
over ;i stone wall, he slipped ami
.sustained severe injuries. The in
tense pain suffered drovo the unfor
tunate man to the desperate act. An
inquest will bo held lo-iuorrow by
The Uoyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at 7:;I0 o'clock at
ICniina Square. Following is the
March -The. Volunteer.. I'.tltorson
Uvet lino -Struggle tor Piiituiin..i-iiippi
riuale Oliiranientn .Sauelll
Panliisla Kniperor's Hdvlew.Klk'tibeig
Ltpollpo. Malnual. Maldiia Malatua-
Medley Noilh and Soiillj Tih)i.
l''.uit)sla Mill pi Iho rore.l..i:ienberg
t'ialop Vlvat Zikotf
DKAKTNo. 4.'s, drawn bv the llo
iioiiiu Sugar Co. Feb. In, lS'.M),
for ?','M has been lost or stolen, All
paitles aie lietcby warned against
negotiating same. I 'a J I m
X)' a man of cNpetiPiieo, a position m
i look for ptlvale family, hotel,
boat ill lit; boii-ie
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
1. "Tlio Dallv lhilli'lln." .V) cents
Gate City Slonc Filler !
These I"dlcr are e.i-llv cleaiiJed.
and XKVI'U become CltACKKD or
CI'AXr'l) by change of k'nipcrntuie of
The Filleting Medium Is a XATVUA I.
STOXC, mined fiom Ibecailb. II is
unlike any other stone,
H Does Jfol AliHorb iintl
Hucoiuo J'onl !
IMITItlTIKS ncer I'KVKTKATK
it, lint lie on the sin face, anil luterinilly
the tone leiualns as pure and white
after years of it-e tis when taken fiom
The Onte City, Stone Killer is a per
fect sinless, li fs the only leal tiller I
have ocr seen. I would not be without
one fur any consideration. It couveits
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the woild.
HkxkvM. I.ymax, M. 0.,
.I:::; West Adams su Chicago.
HT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op mile Spicckels it Co.'s Punk,
tUt tl Fort struct, Honolulu.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Also, Saildto Hortes,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
day hi- ..-ur.
Proprietors, 1 lilo, Hawaii.
JS2r" Olders reeeiwd bv Telephone "$&
1Y a gentleman who is temporarily
- engaged as bookkeeper in one of
the leading houses a permanent nosl
thm asMieh. Applv ISri.l.urtj. Olllee.
A KINK Norman
broken lo carriage ot
dray. Until antceil
sound ; a bargain
For pailbailais inquire of
noil Ca it. CLUNKY.
IIKKKUY give mulct! lli.it Attliur
While holds ntv full power of at-
tornev to transact all tuv business until
fin liter notice. ll. 1,. MilTO.
Honolulu, I'cb. i!S, lS'.Kt.
MItS. OSP.OUNK is now piei.ireil lo
giw instructions In Fancy Work
at 'The Arlington," Itnom tl. Class
Lessons: .Mondays, Wednesdays and
l'rhl.iys. Private" lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping and unlets
promptly attended lo. fcb:M-ly
NOTIC Lis hereby given todeposlrors
In the .Savings Jtanl; Deirirtment
of Clans .Spreekels ifc Co. thai, from and
after the 1st day of Apiil, l.-'ao, the in
terest allowed on deposits will be te
(luccd to four (I) percent per annum
Depositors will be allowed to withdraw
(heir deposits up to that date without
giving tins usual notice, but, if allowed
lo remain after April 1st, said deposits
will bo con-ldoied as subject lo the rules
and legulatlons published In the Pns.s
f'LM'.S SPUP.C'IJKLS .t CO.
HAVING bought out Mr, II,
Piil'u In the "Honolulu Caiiingu
Jlanufnetory," at lys Foil street, Iain
prepared to continue the above business
under the old immu ol Honolulu Car
riage Munufnetoiy, and being an old
cqiuilutu-cd cauiage builder I solicit
the puttoiiagu of my old fi lends and the
public in geneial, nnd with my thorough
Knowledge of Iho busiiieij and witli c;
ncrienced wnrkineii and using y,uly the
best nuterial I ipmnudco geni'iul fcft'is.
faction. PleasR cull atul sec nui Indole
(riiKnctl); GIDKON WKsT.
Honolulu, Oct. '2H, lbS!. hill If
NOTICK to SlIirikKWK.
1011 lite more satisfactory aceotninc.
L dation of our patroiH we beg to
sugncul to Ihein thai in cases where
diays tire inquired for (.hipping goods
lo (lut-goltig bteainei's and eoanters, or
in any case wliete leiptlrcd, at 1 o'clock
eliarn ol'lltc day, ihey will Km! Unit by
ilii!liig up Miituid Telephone No. 'Jli'l,
between 1 'J ; 1 5 unit l'-';lo in tho noon
hour that .Mr. llewell will bo thero in
poison to irreive all older?, and our
Irliimls will thereby .really facilitate
hithhicBH to the beltct sutlsfactlou ol ail
HIKI'AOK & HOItKHTSON.
ING ui Wl Mutual Tcli'phniie for
IV OiloiK'st Uvea MH loi
- MAT? Oil
If in L
The uiiilurdgiuil having been nppo'nted
agents lor the Hawail'ili Isbiuds
For tho Cclcbiatcd
Baldwin : Locomotives
Fiom tin vml.s of
liurnbam, IMny, Williams fi Co.,
Are now rcpaicd lo give estiiuites and
receive orders for tl co engines, of any
si.e anil style.
The IlAi.mvt.N I.ocomotivi: Woiiks r.re
now iiianiibictiirlin: a style of l.oconio.
live particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have reecr.tly hem
tcceived at these lala'iili, mul we will
have pleasure ia furuhhing plantation
agents and nuiuagerj with p-iriiculars
The superior'!) of tlirse Iincnuiotivcs
over all ot her makes is not only known
hero but is Acknowledged throughout
the Unhid Stales).
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
102 (1.124 w.ly
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. tuccii .V .iiuanu NIm.
tsJT (binds of all di'scripliieis fold on
Mutinl Telephone liill. fcbS.ilO
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TIN.S3IIT1I and I'LTJMHEII,
Comer of King and Alukea sltccls,
Honolulu, II. 1.
WoiUliop.-Mul 2GI - Residence--Mut 23G
Cay-Kstimates fuilin-hcd on all ebiffes
of nluiuliiiu: and tiiiPir.iiliiiiL' wotk.
FirH ehcs worktunushlii and ui'iteiial
giiaiantccil in all the above branches
ol my business at reasonable rates.
-A SMALL INVOHT.
Just Hie Thing for Hie Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
siu'Aii; in iiir.
Are hereby notified Hint the Association
h prcpnred to
Grunt a. Renewal of their LeaBo lot
30 Yenra from date,
Upon presentation of proper title deuls
and thu mmct'.t of a nomi
tApplie.iilnns to be miiile to W. M.
President ICapioliuit Purl; Asso'a.
Ilonohibl, Dec. "-7, lb8). .t!l tin
IMacIiiuu Madt! I'oi !
IAliTlKK wishing to get Muchlni
Made Poi can do so by leaving
their containers plainly marked ct
Henry Divis's tlrocoty Store, on Fori
streit. Pol will bo delivered on Tutv.
days and Friilayi". Containers niust be
hill not inter linn the dav before.
li!9 lm KALIIII POI FACTOKY,
ftcriiiuii Sausage nrarkot
"I Util" opened in "A rinM long's Dlnek,"
tt mar King Street lirldge. For hale
ficBh dally Head C'heese.Viiiiikluiter,
IloloRita, FryliiL', Liver, Smoked find
4f.0 1m I'lopiietnr.
'JMIOS. .I.KING having this day, Feb.
X. itiury 1, Pi)!, cold his interest in
Ihu binincsH of King lhothen, dealers
in fancy ijoimIh nud at list's materials, on
Hotel Mre.d, Honolulu, V. ('. King will
cmiiinuo to carry on tho business on his
tole account, under the tiiiu mime ol
"King litos," (itil will collect all
ainounlH due, mid pay nil claims against
tlio linn of King Hro". In. m anil alba
the above mentioned d ite.
W. V. KING.
Honolulu, Feb, 17, ISM -ISO Iw
HAVING sold otil my inlereit in tlm
linn of it MoieA". Co to .1. N. H.
Williunis, all persons indebted to sahl
linn are icipilied lo piy Hio iiiuoiinls ol
their indebtiducsi to me, and all having
tirriiiuiiH against t-aid linn will prment
them to inn lm- piyuient al tlm olllco of
K. Mure A Co.
Titos. It. LUOAS.
Ilonohdll, Feb. 1, 1H)0. -IS'.' lm.
IN DEW N IT
Society of the
Extract From .nnuul Circular to Agents.
"We purpose placing in your hands to oli'er lo the public an Indem
nity lJond. Many will lie attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with stssests over SlO.'i,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (at you an:
now able to quote the icsults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no oilier company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
test' Send for illustrative
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilable Life Assurance Society
of the IT. H. Jan-l-Uo
KM) S'OHT STKKFr. IIOXOLUMI
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND,
-a l'ui.i. assoi:tmi:nt ok-
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
B UHAC HE-
WAi:i:NTKI) UFNI'INK ,v IN QUVNTITIKS TO SPIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
K. it. Ilr.NMtv, President & Manager.
Coim'i:i: linowN, Secretary A Treas'trer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppn. Wpvocki'ls ISmik, : Vort Stroot, llonolnln.
IMl'OKTKKS and DKALKRS IN
en'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qsnutuo Ilavilanil Chtua, plaia and decorated; nnd Wcugowjoti
Piano, Library A Stand Limps, (MundiTters A Klccloliers,
Limp Fi.vluics of all kinds, A complete as-oittn't of lhills V Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "G.izcllo" ::-w heeled Killing Plow & ICqualier,
Hluebeaid Kicc Plow, Planters' Sicel & Gooscnockcd Ho-c,
LAUD, CYLINDFIJ, U'KltOSKNK, LIN.SKKD, ' .
Paints, Varnishes it Brushes, Manila. &. Sisal Hope,
1IANDLKS OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Ho.se, Howe,
niHlIJF.lt, WlltK-nOUND of sup-nor iuality, it STKAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table ,fc Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Caps, Tito Celebi.ited"Cluli" Machine-loaded Caitridgcs,
HaitV Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo .t Holt Threading,
llai (mail's Sled Wire Fence A- Steel Wire Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Hangcs,
Gate City Stone Filters,
"New Pioccss" Twist Drills,
nov-2!)-S'.) Neal's Carriage Paints.
llPel:J'l!' - ( i r-n'if- .yi T-...,-..r.,.. ,r.F.n.i,, inm L-n.. ,f n
CASTLE" &" COOKEi
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
l-LANTATION & IXSUKANCK ACJKXTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'li.VN'I'ATIllN SUI'I'I.I l:w,
C.irpeuteirt', IllickKinillis', Maehiiii.slf.' ,t. Pliiinbeis' Toils,
HOUSE FURNISHING CK)ODS 1
Ivilclien Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Tweiiornl .ftEcro-listiulirte. ,.
Blake's Slfliui rumps, Waston's Ceutrifogals,
Yilcox S Glb'js, fi Remington Sewing Machines, . ' '
Mi, Jjyne fi Sons Family Medicines.
Y BONDS ,.
"IIKNHY 15. lIYDi:,
pamphlet, or call u. per ion on the under-
l'ciliiincs tl Toilet Soaps,
.ronv K, Yice-Prcsideut.
CiU'ii. ISinnvN, Auditor.
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