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j; .ti,: LOCAL & QEMERAL NEWS. HONOLULU RIFLES.
I jrfs v r o Tim; Mikado Company will ic-
1 fitiOtltf llVbH I I i?T t U honitont the Aiion hall 7::!U this
& "9 OJ? ovoninu;.
Ik Tl'KSDAV, SI All. I, 1800.
0A1IU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
II Mi: TAIll.K:
cent i.m: IKAI.N-..
. 1 1 : is
I.i'.iw Mamma ..
i.I'Mi.W I MAIN'S.
Leave Honolulu... !i :.".()
Arilvo Mmiitiisi. . . ,10:1S
Leave Miuiunsi. ... 1 1 :ll
Anlvo Iluiioliihu. .11:18
II It M H Champion, M clnlro, from
tfelir l.llioliho ft mil W.ilauiic
Hi mi' W (i Hall from Hawaii iiml Mnlll
Mm eh t -Slmr
Lll.olll.c Tor Maui al ." p in
St tin MI1alml:i fur lumal al i. p in
tftiur.liis -MnUoo for Kapaa al I in
Hi'hr Miirv for llanalcl
Helir Watchu for I lit iisi ti
Sihr Itoh Koy for I'.wa
Sclir Lea hi for Kauai
Schi'liniiliikiii for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVIHU TO-MOHRUW.
Hlmr ICaala for Ivnw iliwili nt I p in
(lor hail. II llnckfold, IJr.mi". ir
sjFroni Maul and Hauail per .-1 1 1 1 r W
(i Hall .M:ir ltinni oloano: .1 Dana
anil wife, Dr Heir mid wife. Mr Iteinll
IiiiiI. Ml-sJtemllliiril, Miw Smith, Ml
Mi'orole, Mm Spniliawl.. MI-Swanton.
From way porN: J'rof XV T lli'luliiiin.
A Wan-ey, Ho Foil, .1 IC Xtihiilc,
MNs Coney. .1 Miulile mid wife, t ol
Kiin Noti-Ix. Mrs Kiiiiin. G Mollnunall.
K I) I'.alilwln. K lloi!.ln. .1 Chirk. .1
I'nut, IS:iae !' Slicnvontl. Mis .1 K'aiinl,
A H Andre mid wife, anil lull deck.
1'or windward pui'N per 'tinr Kliiau.
Mill'!! .1 11 WodelioiiM', jr, .1 I" I'.irker
and wife. Mis W I' I.iiiniihelliel, MNex
Low ('), Mis P. V Low, lion XV II
Coinwell. Mri.l II Mnhv. II II Webb.
I", D'l'enney, Hev 1 H Tobey, Mr- IMi
Vleira. V l.ockwood, A (Jroninger and
wife, (J I, Wight. Chas IC Millmaii. .Inn
l.'iw, and about "ifl deek.
Kor Molokai per '.tinr Mokolil, Mar
:: MmM Xakidna. Hugh MeCoriNion
and wife, mid io deek.
SHIPPING NOT Ei.
The Oei man Iron bark II Ilaekfeld,
under eonimaiid of Cnpt .lobn llrane,
the lute ehlef olllcer, will call to-inor-
tow afteinouti for San Kraiielsen whh a
full cargo of sugai. and al-oadeek load
of i!l)0 bnnelies haiiana-'.
The kteainer Kuala went on the Ma
rine Jtallway yelerday afternoon to
have a new propeller put in. .Mie
comes off this evening, and will leae
to-morrow afternoon at I p m for Na
The schooner I.ibolllio brought IhN
iiioniiiig 1 ,Sill bags sugar lioni Wni
anae. The schooner Waielni and Kaalokai
take e.trgoei of coal for Kanal this
The bark Sonoma will commence to
load sng'tr In about three weeks.
OAHKr.-llAJMtlriOX In Honolulu.
Mar. :id, bv the Kev. I-:, (i. Iieck
with, J). I)'., dipt Klclmul Oiibel to
Mls Abby OairNou.
The Koyal llawuiian I5:md will
play tliis o'vcniiiK at V;:!() o'clnclc nt
Thomas Square. Following is the
Oveiture I.,iOamn lil.tiiche. .Iiuieldicii
liiilop M. Kaii't
VJnalo Tiiiiiih.ni'.er Wagner
lleniinl-ci'nc(- of Moart (Jodftey
I'oli l'limi'liana. I.Ike no a l.il.e.
t'a llikl no mo A'll.
Medh'V rieiiMmt Meinoiie-s Heyer
Kiiiiliislii HIhN hi the Wood- Thleie
Wall Seven Kools Millocker
Selioltl-chi'-Tiotllng In the IMrk.Tobin
The total number of death reported
for the mouth of l'ebinai.v , lMill, was
liit, ilMrihutrt! IIs- follows :-
Under 1 year.,
i'lom 1 to n...
I'Vom ,ri to 11)..
Kioni 10 to 111.
Fioiii -to to Ml...
Kiom Ml lo CO...
l'roin i;o in 10...
Males :i(l Keiiiiilej :!(l
llawiilbilis i:t I (ileal lliitain..
(;iilne-.e 7 Ainei leans
i'liitugiiCM' Ill j Other nallons.
(At'si: or nr.A'iii.
DNeaxi ol Heat t '
Fob 1SSH IB
Feb lc!b7 Ill
Feb 18SS IS
Pel) I SlIO
Annual death rate per Wild per
llawiilhiiis III. (Ml
Chinese '. . .12.00
All other nationalities IS2.00
C. II. IvKYXOI.DS,
Auont Hoard of llenllli.
Titr, V. 0, Hall anived this after
noon, biiiui'mg a largo p.nty from thu
Uilir.K Justice .liulil will rdvc u
li,iuiiiol to tlio iuoinhoi of the bar
at thu Hamilton House on Fiiday
Tin: will of tlio lute .Mm MeCol
Kiin lm.H been filed for probate hy .l.ts.
!'. Morgan, executor iind liusleo tin-
iloi tlio will,
. A Mr.r.HM. i'i uiiniiiiiiri'il of t In
Itiiililiiif; anil Loan Aft'.oi'i.ition ill llio
inonii of llie CIiiiiiiImm' of Ci'iniiioioo,
nt II! o'clock, March olh.
('. ISoi.ti: will utleiul to tin1 Ijii-i-
niss of tlio l'i'iixtiiiii Xulioual In"iir-
unco Co. liming Mr. liienioii'oliiiei-
dor's iile-encc from the kingdom.
'I'liKitii whs nothing of importance
liiinmelod a I. tho niccliiiK of the
ollluers of the lloiiolnln Itiliu.s List
night. The new election of Colonel
has not yet heeii oidcrcd.
Tut: bund cunoeiUj for tlio week
have been ie-:irraiiged. 'I'heie will
he it cnnritit nlTlinmiiM .wiii:ne Hii.i
ovniing, mid one nt the Hawaiian
IJoli'l tn-mormw eviMiing.
Srii. I'aiil II. Iienberg fiilli alUii
tion in ii new ndvoilNeinenl eoni
meiieing with IliN iiie to f-eeial
line bieediiuc htallioiiH nt hN r.ineh.
I'ead and tee what he sny.i.
His .Maji'Hty leturned fiom ICnilun,
Hawaii, ul 1 1 ::.0 o'eloel; this morn
ing, lie eanio by the Champion
which landed him without demon
idratiniii ul the King's liii.it-hiuise,
I'.v u slip nl' the pencil the aullior
fliip of thai innal Ming in yeMei day's
is-'siic wiim credited In Lieut. Hlieim.iii
instead of J, ieiil. X, Haines. It ap
pears cnriectly in llie Vi:i:i;i.Y Kri.Li:
'1 in i.ued to ilny.
Tut: iniiie.st over the remains of
Leung J li I'ong icHillcd in a veiilicl
in aceotdancu with tin faetpublislied
yesleidny, that the deceiu-ed came to
his end by hanging liinf-elf while
under gical agonv catt-ed by an ncei
denl. Hon. ('. 1. Iaukea, agent of Ciown
linds, iidveitise.s in th.i Vi:i:kly
lit'i.i.mi.v the sale at niiclion, mi the
'Jllli inst., of live valuable pieces of
laud, three on Oahu and two on
.Maui, l'artietilais will appeal later
in tlio dailv issue.
C.M'T. liielianl O.ibel and Mim
Abby llanison had a pleasant wed
ding at the residence of the luido's
jiarehts, King sheet, yesteiday 'eve
ning. Tlio groom is master of tlio
Hawaiian li.nl; V. Ii. flodfiey. His
In ido is the oldest (laughter of Cnpt.
.1. 11. Jlaiiisou, an old icsideiil.
Tin: officers of the Intei-lsl.inil
Steam Xinigation Co. I'leeted to-d.iy
fur the ensuing year in e: I'lesidenlAV.
II. (lodl'rey ; Viee-1'ro.siilent. .1. Kua;
Societal v, . I. I j. McLean ; 'fre.isurer,
V. II. McLean; Auditor, 'P. W. Ho
bron; Oiicclois, W. I!. (Jodfiev, !.
X. Wilcov, .1. Kua and .Al. 1'. Kobin
sou. A i'i:rrno.vof (ho Minister of the
Interior for a mandamus against the
Auditor-Ocneral will bu hoaid to
inonow. The desired will is to eom
pcl (lie Auditor-Oonor.il to audit bills
for t-alaiies of guards of ptisoners at
Hilo and I'uiia. Ho claims that the
bills should he charged to the appio-
piiation lor tlio won; on winch tlio
guai ds wete engaged.
Ni:au one entrance to the stoic of
T. II. D.ivios A- Co. and within its
piceinets stands a Ohineso maudiuiu
of nhout fifteen inidics statine. The
beatific rapture written upon (lie
celestial lineaments has intimate con
nection Willi a eigaietto which he is
smoking in a holder. Tlio lofty way
with which lie can it's it to his mouth
orcoinoysil to a distance to moio
completely realize its charms, together
willi the luxiiiions Oriental nttiro
which bedecks his lordly peiron, at
tracts many vieweis.
Kxcelsior Lodge No. I, I. O. O.
I, at 7:1)0.
Special ineetiug Honolulu Chapter
H. A. M. at 7 :.".(;
Drill Co. H Honolulu Itilles,
jMoonliglit hand eoneoil atTlionias
Squaic al 7 :."!).
Kehearsal Mikado Company, al
Aiion ball, 7 -.HO.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES.
These slahles have suffered no
(liniiiiiilioii in popularity and excel
lence, since passing into tlio hands
of Mr. I'aiil li. heiiherg. Mr. Isen
heig is not only a (list class judge
of erpiino capability, lint lit; n-o
possesses great discernment regard
ing the proper kind of a man to
have charge of horses. Thu selec
tion of Mr. S. I. Shaw as manager
of tlio stables does credit to his
aculeness in this particular. Kvery
part of the livery hiiHiiess is an
open hook to Mr. Shaw. Siuco 1 lie
retirement of Mr. Miles largo addi
tions to the property nml ellleiency
of the stables havo been made.
Surreys, three and two-sented, bug
gies, phaetons, and wagonettes now
abound in a profusion equal to any
reasonable demand upon the re
sources of tlio concern. Tlio driv
ing and saddle horses have been
correspondingly increased in num
ber and improved in quality. That
skilled drivers should ho' on hand in
keeping with tlio oxcelloiit rigs and
lino horses is hut a part of the gen
eral prograinmo. The stables have
recently undergone complete, renova
tions. All the departments inci
dent to livery husdness, such as
breaking, boarding, selling and im
porting liorsea and mules nro carried
on in the highest perfection in the
Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
IINIni'lenl Sltelrli of (lie l'anmiiH
4'oi'iH..ltollH or OIllcoiH t'rniii Hie
The Honolulu Killes were, organ
ized in thu early part of 18SI. Late
in the previous year .1. II Fisher,
with the assistance of David Mc
Cartney, had drawn up an agree
ment to form a lorcign military
corps. This received in ii short-time
about sixty sigiiatuic, and perniis
don to orgaiiii'.e was granted
by the I'rivv Council. The
oigaiiii'.aliou was effected with one
Company. To W. II. Aldrieh's un
tiring zeal was due in a great,
measure tills inception of what has
since become a powerful battalion of
troops. The llr.it election resulted
in tlio choice of:
W. II. Aldridi, Captain.
J. II. Fisher, First Lieutenant.
(jco. McLeod. Second Lieutenant.
Fisher resigned nhortly after and
went into the ranks. Geo. MoLcod
was elected First Lieutenant, and
Hugh (hum Second Lieutenant, on
the resignalion of whom II. Ileb
liard was ehoion to that ollice. On
the resignation of W. II. Ahliicli,
(!eo. McLeod liecMiiie Captain, II.
llebbard First. Lieutenant, anil Win.
I'nger Second Lieutenant. In Aug.,
18SI5, Ceo. McLeod resigned ami
was succeeded by V. V. Ashford as
Captain, the other olileor.s remaining
tlie same. Dining the incumbency
of W. II. Aldrich as Captain, the
Killes secured I heir uniforms through
him of Plate A. Co., San Francisco,
since which time they have been
ordered from and Hindu by II. S.
Tre'loan. I'nder Aldrieh's com
mand also the company made its
first public appearance--a splendid
one reflecting great credit, on the
Captain lor tlio discipline which he
secured in such brief time at
Queen I'mima's funeral. April 1,
1SS7, this one company de eloped
into a battalion of two companies,
A and 15. The election of olllcers
raised V. V. Ashford to the rank of
Major. From this point the organ
ization of llie several companies and
the elections of tho staff and com
pany o'lllccrs will he separately listed.
( o. A
Organized April I, 1.S.S7, with the
II. F. llebbard, Captain.
.1. W. Prall, First Lieut.
.1. V. Simonson, Second Lieut.
On llie promotion of Captain Hub
hard to Major thu olllcers were:
J. "vV. Pratt, Captain.
J. L. Torbert, First Lieut.
.1. V. Simonson, Second Lieut.
.Ian. 1, 18SH, C. J Wilder was
elected Second Lieutenant, the, other
olllcers remaining unchanged. The
resignation of Captain Pratt and
Lieut. Torlierl, Aug. 20, 18-SH, re
sulted in the following election:
C. T. Wilder, Captain.
W. C. Wilder, Jr., First Lieut.
l'Vcd. Wood, Second Lieut.,
who held ollice to .January, ISSU,
when a fresh deal brought out:
C. W. Zieglcr, Captain.
C. Willing, First Lieut.
O. Masclikc, Second Lieut.
On llie retirement of Willing and
Masclikc their places respectively
were filled b1 Julius Asehc and J.
1). Tregloan. .J. D. Trcgloau re
signed soon after and made room
for K. II. V. Wolters as Second
Lieutenant. These otllcerii held on
till the regular election in January,
ISflO, which resulted in the election
C. W. Jegler, Caplain,
IC. II. F. Wolters, First Lieut.
K. P.. Thomas, Second Lieut,
Was organized April 1, 18S7, and
elected the following olllcers:
Win. Hnger, Captain.
C. W. Ashford, First Lieut.
(loo. Strateinoycr, Second Lieut.
The vacancy caused by the re
signation of George Stralenteyer
was filled by tlio election of K. F.
llisliop. The election of Lieut. C.
W. Ashford, July 22nd, as Captain
of Co. 1), occasioned tlio selection
of IC. K. llisliop as First Lieutenant
and A. G. M. Kohcrtsnn as Second
Lieut. At the regular election Jan.
1, H.S',I, tho following were cleclcd:
J. II. Fisher, Captain.
A. G. M. Koliertson, First. Lieut.
Tims. IC. Wall, Second Lieut.
About two months afterward Wall
resigned owing to removal and (J.
A. Nelli succeeded him as Second
Lieut. Mr. Neth's trip to thu Father
land left an aching void which was
tenderly filled by J. II. Heist.
At the general I election Jan., l.sflO,
A. G. M. HobcrUni), Captain.
Geo. C. Potter, First Lieut.
J. II. Heist, Second Lieut.
In Feb. tlie resignation of Captain
lloberlson caused tho choloo nt J.
II, I'tslier to (111 tlio vacancy,
( o. o
At its organization May 2.", 1.SS7,
J. II. Fisher, Captain.
II. C. Meyer, First Lieut.
J. M. Vivas, Second Lieut.
The latter having resigned was
replaced by J. M. Camara Jan.,
18S.H. The resignations of Capt.
Kislier and Lieut. Meyer were fol
lowed by tho election oh
IC. W.' hangloy, Captain.
.1. M. Oainura, First LieiU.
M. Fcrreira, Second limit.
Tho election of Jan,, 188'.), ro
suited in tho ro-eloetion of those of
llcers. The sulection of IC. W. Lang
ley for Adjutant took place in Aug.,
18.SU, necessitating a now election of
olllcers for Co. C. Ihoso chosen
we to :
J. M, Camara, Captain.
F. M. Ferreira, First Lieut,
J. Macliudo, Second, Liciit.
HONOLULU, 11. I.,
Al, the regular election Jan ,
1800, tlie following became company
J. M. Camara, Captain.
F. M. Ferreira, First Lieut.
A. G. Silva, Second Lieut.
Organized July 22, 1887, by
C. V. Ashford, Captain.
C. J. McCarthy, Fiist, Lieut.
A. W. Carter, 'Second Livul.
These oIIIcom held till .May I, '
1KHS, when the resignation ot Capt. I
Ashford and Lieut. Carter lemlted
in ine ciioice oi :
('. J. McCarthy, Captain.
F. I). Wieko, First Lieut.
O. W. Xiegler, Second Lieut.
In Jan., 188!, the two first were
re-elected and II. F. Wiclnuan was
chosen Second Lieut. The resigna
tion of MeCaithy look place in Oc
tober. The new olllcers consequent
j 1). Wicke, Captain.
A. W. Carter, First Lieut.
II. I'. Wielinian, Second Lieul.
At tlie legular election Jan., I8U0,
weru elected :
II. Giitin, Captain.
Jus. P.. Castle, First Lieut.
I rn A. P.urgi'tt, Second Lieut.
Following is a list of Field and
Stuff olllcers elected or appointed :
V. V. Ashford, .Major.
Geo. McLeod, Adjutant.
li. Guuti, Ordnance Olllcer.
W. W. Hall, Quarter Master.
Dr. Martin, Surgeon.
These soleelinns were made April
1. 1887, and stood till July 22d,
1887, when they were modified as
V. V. Ashford, Lieul.-Colnnol.
II. F. llebbard, Major.
Dr. I'rodie, Surgeon.
The others remained unchanged.
On May 1, 1888, V. V. Ashford re
signed tlie Lieutenant Colonelcy
hut was elected Colonel Aug. 20,
188S, appointing as his Adjutant J.
II. Fisher, who resigned and was
succeeded by Hugh Gunn January,
18811. On that datu were elected:
II. F. llebbard, Major.
II. C. Meyer, Adjutant.
C. T. Wilder, Ordnance Olllcer.
W. W. Hull, Quarter Master.
Jno. lirodie, Surgeon.
In April, 188!i, II. C. Meyer's
place was declared vacant owing to
his exceeding his leave of absence,
and A. G. M. Hobertson acted pro
torn as Adjutant till tho election in
August of IC. W. Langley to that
post occurred. The election ot Jan
uary, 181)0, resulted in:
II. F. llebbard, Major.
IC. W. Langley, Adjutant.
G. K. Wilder, Quaiter Master.
A. Gartenbcrg, Ordnance Olllcer.
Jno. Hrodie, f-urgeon.
The unanimous re-election, Febru
ary 10, of Colonel Ashford was ve
toed by a three-fourths vote of the
Cabinet. The following interesting
facts in addition to the foregoing arc
Hegular elections (a) of Field and
Staff olllcers occur in the second
week of each January and (h) of
company olllcers at the first regular
meeting of each January. The elec
tion of Colonel occurs in February
every two years.
The maximum number allowed
each company is (!. ; the minimum,
.'io. The company quotas havo fre
quently been lull but the present
membership is far below the maxi
mum. Tlie Uitlcs went into camp at V.'ai
alao May IS, 1880, and remained
The competition drills in which
the Hides have engaged are: Nov.
28, lSS.'i, against King's Own which
won a Hag given hy His Majesty.
Nov. 28, 18Sli, against, King's Own
and Prinoo's Own, at Palace Square.
Prize awarded to Honolulu Hillos,
but not up to date received from llie
King. Nov. 28, 1887, between Co.'s
A, li and D of the Killes at Makiki.
The prizes consisted of silver medals
for each man in tho company, Won
by Co. 1, to whom tho badges wore
presented by Col. Ashford.
In March, 1887, a silk Hawaiian
lag, tlio gift of tlio wives of tho
gallant members of the Hilies, was
made in a presentation speech by
the King at llie Armory hop and ex
The Hillos may bo credited with
the following hops: Co. ) Decem
ber 111, 1887; Co. A February 22,
1888; Co. Ii May 1, 1888; ' llat
talion Aug. 25, 1888.
J'ho uniforms aro paid fornut of ap
propriation for military forces of the
Kingdom, which nro under the con
trol of the Minister ot Foreign Af
fairs. Tho helmets and accoutre
ments como from tho United, Status.
At onu timo llie records were kept
by J. IC. Wiseman. Tliuy were lor.t
aiul tho items of the above account
have been furnished in response to
llie reporter's inquiries from various
mouthers. They tiro in tho main
correct, but tlio Iln.t.ivriN will cheer
fully make any needed coricetions.
ELECTION r OEFICEUS.
AT the annual iiieetlnj; of llioMnol;
holileisof the luter-l'-laiid Steam
(L'dl, held Ihlxday.
tliu following ollli
weie eli'cieil lor
W, II. Oodfrej.,
.1. Kua .'...
.1 I.. Mol.etui...
W. II. McLean.
T. W. Ilohiou .
W. II. (iodfrey, (J. X. Wlleos, .1,
Kua and .M. P, Jtolilii.-nn
.1. L. Mol.KAN,
Seciutiirv I. I.H. X. Co.
Honolulu, March l.'lMUi. I'.i:i Iw
PING up 22(1 Mutual Tclcplionn for
It Odorless Excavation. 482 If
MAECfl -J, isno.
(into Cily Stone Filter !
Those riltora me e.lsllv cleansed,
mid Xr. Kit become CL'Al'KKI) or
(JKA.I'.D by cliaimc of t iiiperatuie of
The Fillei Ing Mi ilium Is a XATt'lt A I,
KTON'K, mincil irnm the eailh. It Is
iinllUe any oilier stone,
II. Docs Not Absorb tiiul
Itocomc Foul !
IMPlKITIK.S inner PKXKTKAT K
It, but lie on (lie siufac". ami luternallv
the stone leiuaiiis as pine anil while
after veins of ii-u as when taken from
The Oilo City Sloue Filler is a per
fect siiecess. 1 tt. l)My ical liller I
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for auj conslileiallmi. It convcils
our lake water Into llie besi iliiul.ing
water in the world.
llr.Mii M. Li ui, M. P.,
ii:'.:'. West Ailains 81 , Cloea-io.
t3T For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op tnlti. Spri'el.i'ls ,fc Co.'s Until;,
ill' K Fort stiet'l, Honolulu.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Also, S.idd!o Horses,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
n.vv in- m;:s:'.
Proprietors, Hilo, Hawaii.
8" Orders recehed bv Telephone -i&ia
California : Lands
FOR SALM I
Ea- Apply In
l"s if II' Merchant si., Honolulu.
gnu; Hlniiil stock pie
lerred. Apply at tbi
ollice. 1ST tiw
von sa r,i:
ITXK Not man
lnoki'ii to cnrriiiKU or
---J- sound; n bargain.
For prntictilats impilre of
lllitf UAi-r. CLUNKY.
IIlLIUCr.Y give noiiee that Arthur
White holiK my full power of al
torui'V to tianaet all inv lii-I iw- 1111 1 i I
further notice. ( L. 1IKITO.
llouoliilu, Feb. 'J.S, l.SIKI.
US. OSllOItXK U now prepared to
al ''The AilhigtiiD," ltooiu li. Cla.s
Lnioii': Monibiyi, Wedneilays and
Fihlays. Private' le-'oiw by special
airaiieiueiil. Stauiiiug and orders
promptly nllemli'd to, feb'JI-ly
HA VI NO Miltl out my InleieM in tin;
. li mi of It Mine As (.'o to .1. N. H.
Williauif:, all perniis inilcbtiil to sulil
lb in arn reiiiireil lo pay tliu aiiiouuls of
their iuilchtcilurtil to me, anil all liuviiiLt
nrcounlH iisiiinsl said lb in will piesenl
llii'in to inn tor p'lyment at the ollice of
It. More ,V. Co.
Tili). I!. LI 'CAS.
Honolulu, Feb. i, ieiil). -ISvi 1 in
U OTIOIC is hereby rivoulnilepiKllor.i
li in tlie Haling- ItaiiU Di'p.irtiiient
of Clans Sprcckels .t Co. dial, tnmi ami
after the l-l day of Aplll. lblio, the in
teii".! allowed on ili'po-lts will be le
iluei'd to foiu'CO per cent per annum.
Dnpo'-ltors will bu allowed (o ivltlnlraw
their denixlls up to Ihat date wllhoiu
Klvllifi tlie ii-ual notice, but, If allowed
lo remain idler April 1st, said depo1l
will beeoii'-ldercil assulijecl to iIioiiiIon
and re;ulatloii imblNheil in llie Pa-s
I'i',1 I in
HAVIXO linuKht out Mr. XV. II.
l'ai;i) In tliu "Honolulu Caninge
Mliiilfnctoiy," at J23 Foil Urcet, lain
piciiarcil to (oiitluiiu tliu above business
miilvr tliu o'il niiimi of llonoliilii Car
lingo Mniitifiiciniv, nml being tut old
experienced carriiijju builder I tolluit
thu iiiitioiiune ot my old friends mid tliu
public in gciiur.d, nml wllh my thorough
kiionlcdtfo of tliu lnisinoss and with ox.
puilciKeil woiknieii and using only the
liOht material I giinranleo general bills,
fartinu. Plcaic call ami m-o n:u befure
(Bigiii'd)i GIDKOX W1CST.
lloiKiliihi. Orl. US, lfiH'i. li'.tl tf
K ING iip'Wfi Mutual Tuli'plioiin for
Oiloilm Kicavntloii. W tl
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i. ,1 ii trrvi v - i ii r Ttmii Tii nfi i irfn mi irTTiTn I mill fit if i m nmMimTirrri will ffi iriirnntinifrrflMMTiBirrMnnrTiw
Society of the United States.
'Extract ifroji) Annvml Circular to Agcute.
"Wc purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity liond. Many will be nltracted by the fact that you arc selling tho
bonds of a life insurance society with nsscsts over SU).i,()00,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sou its iutiinsic merits.
"This, with our various foni)3 of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual icsiilts on similar Policies.
"IIICNHY Ii. II Y DIC,
Scud for illustrative pamphlet', or call ii: person on the under-
ALEX. J. OARTWRBCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, JCqiiifablc Life Assurance Society
of llie I'. S. Jan-l-li
IO! FOKT NTKICKT, HONOI.IH.il.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A FULL ASSOHTMKNT OF-
Colgate & Co.'s Wrateil Perfumes & Met Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
EI-EEg U H A C HEE
Yi'AUKANTF.Il UICNIMNF. & IX QPANTITIJCS TO SPIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Oigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
IC. K. UcNDur, President A. Manager,
(ioornri ltuowN, Secretary A, Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
O;po. Wprccfci'ls' Itiuilc, : Vuvt Ntrvul, llouoliilu.
IMI'OHTKIIS and DKALEKS IX
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gaauiuo Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgowaod
Piano, Library & Stand Lain))1!, Chandeliers it IClcctoliers,
Lamp Fixtuics of all kinils, A eonipleto misortm't of Drills ,t Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES If EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tlie "(!a.elle" II-wheeled Kidinj; Plow it Kcjualizpr,
Uluobeaid ltice Plow, Plan ten,' Steel it Gooeneeked Hose,
L.VKI), CYLIXDKK, KICItOSICXIC, L1XS1CICD,
Paints, Vainislies it liruslics, Manila &. Sisal Hope,
IIANDL1CS OF ALL IvIXDS,
Howe, JLioKe, Howe,
HUIJI1ICK, WlUI'MiOUXD of sup-rior quality, it ST HAM,
Auale lion Ware, Silver I'lated Ware, Table .t rocket fUitlery,
Powder, Khol it Caps, Tho Celehiiiled"Cliib" Maeliine-loaded Cartride,ep,
ILiiI'm l'alcnl "Ptiplex" Die .Slock for Pipe it Holt Threiulinj,',
lliirlniiin'H Steel Wire Feneo A- Steel Wiro Mats,
Win. (1. Fisher's Wroimlit Steel Itanut'H,
Clnti.' City Sloue Fill. us,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' anil General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
i'i,.vNr.vTio. huim' i-ium.
(i.irpoiilor.s', niacksmilhs', Mnehinislh .t Pliimherrt' ToiMs,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, P.iints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods nml
Bldko's Stcim Pumps, Woston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, ft Itomtngton Sewing Machines, ''
Dr. Jayno & Sons Family Medicines,
.louv Kn.i, Vice-President.
CT.cn. Uisown, Auditor.
Xeal's Carnage 1'iiiuts.
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