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WKDNF.SDAY, MAK. .'i, 18'JO.
OAHO RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
Itl'lll I M! MtVINS,
A. M. I". VI.
Leave lliiiinlulu :i:(ii '.'.iiii
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Airhc Honolulu n-is. I is
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l.civu Honolulu... !:' U'J'lo :i:ii()
ArilveManain ...10:18 1:18 JIMS
Leave Mamma.... II :Un 1:1 1 I Mi:.
Anlve Jluii(ilulu...1l:H a-JJl li.Vl
Mm i'h "i
Am bi;;t WO liwln. MeCidloel
days from Sail FiuiielH'o
Slmr Lehui fnim llal.al.m
Faala fur Nuwillwlll .it 1 i in
Jsehr Walclm fin Ilaiiupcpi'
Selu l.iliolllKi fui Knii.ii
VESSELS 1EAVII1 J TU-M0RI10W.
OerbaiU II Ilaekfcld, lirjne, for ft.iu
Stmr l.eliiii for Nun nail llal.il.iu ' p m
Siuir.l A Cummins for Koul.iu at !i a in
Kit A lev McNeil. Kills, for miii Fi.iii-
For Maui per slmr Lilclll,p, Mai I
.Mm A limit i, A M Spiuiill, Wm Spen
cer, .Inn Joseph, .1 .silva, I' I ci'l, A Vo
Kel. anil In ilcclv.
l-'iir Kauai iter xlmr MIKaliala, .Mar I
U W Spll, O A IVhpopk, linn (J N
WIICON, I! Sllllfl'll. MIsS liollllH. r,
ICruc, ,S K Kat'it, 2 Chinese ami 15
1'iom Sin FialiiFct) per limine W Ii
h w In. Man" Mm M P. Fletcher, JIh
O.tpf Mitel., II Lsmilli, T P Hauls, 0
i: l)oui, I) P Delhi, It .Mason, mi ul V
Thi' W (i Hall bioughl yctetd.tv
ifti'i'iionn !:i.V2 I ij;s vnirjir, I" 'awa, !."
i olfcc anil 2.5 cat1-.
The balk Fcuis S Thompson is on
4)ic Mailne Itailwaj.
The shut' l.eliua' In might 'J.ViO It.if-
stmur this nimiilm;.
Tin lt.uk 11 ll.ii'Kfelil p. ill- lii-iiimiuw
for ban Flillifiseo.
Tht Amt'iliMii Ii.iiU Alcsaiuler Mc
Neil, Captain 0 S Fills. alK tii-iiioiiow
lor S.ui Fr.mcFcn at Jt o'clock p in, with
1,500 tuns iijrir ami the, ami 1,(HHI
'iiiuAiiiiitiio wc; iiwin, c.ipt .r n
McUullocli, aulved till-, inoinln 17'
dajs fiom San Fiaiiciseo with a full
f.iio of lit'iici.il nieieliaiiilNe. She
tilings a lot of m ichlui'iy, including; a
liaetiou engine on deck for tliu Oilm
Kailway A; Land Cmnp.iny. Tho Irwin
Is docked ni'.ii' tin Oil!) I'd"- vvliaif.
Tlio Koyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this eeniti at 7:.'1() o'cloul; at
Hawaiian Hotel. Following i-. the
0 cm tin e I'oi't anil Pcas.uit b'upii'
Selection Kmiinlu r.il.iiliow s,
MK-ieie-ll Tiovatore Vmiil
Medley Jk'L'olIrclion of tliu War..
Mil.loi. f Mui Olmlii. I'a II1K1 no mo A'n
Selection I'linct' Jlln.inioto.
Walt. Blue Daimlm
Next Saturday evening will lie
fjiven tlio concert of tlio Kawaiahao
Seminary young hidici) at the Ka
waiahao Church. To predict per
fect success of the entcrlnininont
would amount to premature ciili
cisin. Hut the facts that Miss I'atch
is givinc; the rehearsals tho benefit
of eUilled direction, that the Hawai
ian Hand will swell the volume of
tone and that many rare and fresh
voices will blend in concert, give
promise of a successful perform
ance. That the money will be de
voted to such a worthy use, makes
tlio investment of tlicpiiee of cveiy
ticket a good one independently of
the merits of the enteilaininent.
Uelow is the
Oveitmn Caliph of lS.igtl iil..liiilelillt'u
C'lioiilH Angel of l'e.ue M. ICeller
Kawaiahao .Scinlii .
Tlut'c two-pait 'oiig-.auaugt'tl for tliu
fa) Who h.Htlii! wlille-t linibkln ?
(It) Tim swtei led io-e.
(e) 15e b.iby b.e with liloliont.
H cuing Siiku I
I'uplKof the llMt ihoril ell".
I. Oh, lnetluhi, ll-e ami i-hllie,
J. This old Hum leliIou,
:i AVe me almost hmiiit.
Wall. Choi us .Summer ranch' . .
Inlriiiil'-sloii of ile minutes.
I'l.iyerfioin Mom'- in l)g pt.. ..Kos-lnl
('let! Club of Kanifhamcli.i School.
(iawiltc liiieen'i lulillee
II. K. 11 IMme blliiitikal.iul
I Mi I Songs i
Slaii lieinblhig o'er u-i Well
I.ii't night K jet ulf
ruplN of tliullibl (hoial I'la-i-.
The shadows ot the evening boms.
1ING upJ-'SiJ Mutual Telephone for
Odorless E.xcavatlon. -18.J tt
PHE l'aollle Ilnrdwaru Co. Inn o just
X liculvid a huge lot ol liulrieli iu
billlc, which Ilicy mo icllini; low.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
('. .1. I'Viir.i.'n teinuanl mln will
coniincnei) Saluiday net.
Kt'out lias fullon inie-li.ilf cent
ninri lait picvimid mhiuo in fitnn
lijji. to oJc.
A (lA.vn of piiMinuis Iiiih lieen on
yagctl Hie past two days in lop.tiiinjj;
tliu Asyluin io.nl.
A i'i(oniii:sivi: piu-Iih' p.iity wa
Hien by Im. !'. 1'. 1 liistim; on lin.inl
Hie Nip-ie lant cM'iiiit.'.
. v . -
'I'm: ImiL Knncli 'I'nllini, fmin iln
K'lllllll fill tills poll, 'v, M Ot'!l in
Neali 15 ly lulling flu Iter.
litis'. V. (1. 1 twin
fur Han Kianeiiro
In igan tine lieaiing Ins iiiime
A M.t.KrTHhV fiom JJeut. Killeltc's
upeiu Minaiiiulo will lie played in the
li mil eoneeit at tlic Hotel this oe
Ilr.V. 1. H. Toliuy is to be in elmipe
tif the Koh.ila pulpit wliilo l.ov. Mi.
O-itruin oceupies the lostiuin in
A MUi'.iivii nf the t'tniiinii"iiinii'd of-Hi'i'i-
of the Hawaiian Volunteer is
called at 7 'III) p. in, M ueli Kllli, I'm
(he niintinaliiin of Ciilnuel.
I'iiah. .1. I'ishers new atlvciti-o
iiieiil aip(nis in another etilumn,
with full pailieiil.ns aliout his icin
nant bale mi S.iliud.iy nct.
Mil.". !Miller, the mat ion lately ap
pointed as a new tlep.iitiiro at
('neon's Hospital, has been intalled
in her position foi s-eu'ial weeks past.
Tin: news in tide. "A Connor Vis
itoi," is lepiinted In day on account
of a lidiculoii'j piinlei's euoi made
in cm reeling pioof on its tnigin d ap
peal, i nee.
Tin: r.icilic ll.udw.iio Conip.iny
410 closing out nil their glissware ul
baig.iius, to in.il.e loom fiirnt-plcudid
new sloel: of which mil le.ideiH will
be infoimi'il on ariival.
Tin: nieeling called by a notice
elsuwheio for l-'iiday night, it S to be
ob-ervetl, is not of the geneial inein
beishipof tliu Mocluiiios' Union and
Hawaiian Political Association, but
of their executive, committees.
Alii. S. I. Shaw, manager of the
Hawaiian Hotel Stables, is tjiiite un
well anil will leciiiit liU health b. a
biief it'liieuient to Wni.ilac. Dining
his absence the stables will be man
aged by Mi. I'.i ill K. Kenbeig, pin
pu'eloi. In the c.io of a bill iu equity for
an account anil dissolution An
tonio M.u.uilia vs. .loliu Itioad Mr
Justice lliekeilon this moining
giantutl tlefeiidaut fin titer time to
answei. 11. N. C'astlo for plaintid';
A. Koi.i foi defendant.
Tin: healing of the application of
.. A. ThiiMlon, Iinistei of the In
tel lor, foir wiit of niandiiinus to com
pel the Auditoi-tieneial to audit eei
i.iin wauauts in favor of pii-oit
guaids at Hilo and I'lina was post
)oned fiom 10 a. in. to-day to the
same hour on Fiiday.
Ax ingenious chair is for sale at H.
II. Williams it (Jo. Oidinaiily it hub
the appeaiauce of a common oak
chair. Tho fi out half of the beat
swings over on ahiiigo and lo1 a step
ladder with tlueo lieads is befoio
us. This stage of development is
adapted to use as a baby high chaii.
Tin: San Kianeispo Moining Call
mentions the death of Capt. (J. T.
L, avion, I'tctident of tho Califmuia
I'owder W'oil.s. Apoplexy was the
c.nue of hi-, death whiih took place
nl the ripu ago of 72. In his voutli
Captain Lawton was iu Honolulu as
agent foi suntliy whaling concents.
At one time be hail chaigo of tho
Ameiicin hospit.il heie. He left tho
Islands neatly foity ye.us ago and
lias since made his lesidenee in Cali
fornia. Tho deceased leave-- a widow
ami giown daughtei.
Oahii Lodge No.
Mystic Lodge No,
1, K. of 1',
2, K. of 1
it reiilr.il ITnion cliuich,
St. Andrew's Cathe-
dral, at 7:..().
Drill Co. C
Houolulu Hilles, at
Monthly mcclings ICngineCos.Ni).
1 and 2 at 7 :'M).
Hand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7 ::!().
MRS. UIMOND'S WILL.
The lato I'llon day Diniond, wife
ol Ceneral Y. II. liimond, left an
oblate valued at 101,001), and be
uealliel the entire propcit3' lo her
husband in 1 1 cist, for their thiee
chililien, I'dwin, Klcannr, and Mary.
She rPipiPstcd in a codicil that tit
her death ."t,000 should bo invested
in each of tliu children's names,
stating, however, that slio did not
do this liccaiisc she thought that her
husband would not do all tint was
needed for tho childien, but simply
as a ptoscnt from her to them. Mrs.
Dimond also bequeathed 'i00 lo
her fiietul, Mary Hiigan.
A VERY SWIFT BAT.
The new loipcdo boat Gushing
was given a trial trip iu Hristol har
bor, Ithodo Island, recently. The
paity on board comprised llerrcsholf
brothers, her builders, the com
mander of the vessel, Lieutenant
Winslow, United States navy, and
tho inspector, Commander Converse.
The contract speed of twenty-two
knots an hour was readily mado un
der hall steam, the vessel of course
iuuV bulletin Honolulu, u. j.,
LAV AHO LAVA.
'is(I-'m VeHimriiliii'lvh'-Onnn'M Ills.
mci intloiiH.-l olentio oj ui;e--lii"
tcllisrfit I tiiiireiiloii".
Learning that Mr. .liinius Dana
had letitrned from the Volcano a
Hut.i.i:TiN" reporter called upon him
at the Hamilton House, 'lhegcu
tleman was found busily immersed
in ii perusal of Hon. W. 15. Castle's
paper on Tavation. Noticing that
the glance of the reporter rested on
the copy of the Athetliser which he
held in his hand. Mr. Dana became
He vigorously di wiiCd from that
portion of the atlicle teferring to
Ohio couclnd iu the ie wonls: "In
Olilo evpptience liau shown that not
nioto than a thiul or even less of the
pergonal propeily is letuined." Mr.
Dana could not determine from the
driftof Mr. Castle's ttcatise whether
the author contends ngaitibt inaulll
cient legal provisions or whether he
was moved by despair lo a deuttn
cialiou of the inevitable and irreme
diable. Nor could he decide fiom
the context whether the sentence
abjve quoted emanated from the
author himself or was staled on the
authority ol It. T. Kly. Kiom the
fullness of his own knowledge he
could deny the coricclness of the
allegations horn whatever source
A long lesidenee iu Ohio hail
made him familiar witli the system
of assessing taxes prevalent theie
as well us the lidelity with which the
execution ot the system is carried
out. Hy the Constitution of 18."1
all properly whether real or per
sonal is toquired to pay its just pio
poi lion ot the public taw The law
pi ovides for the election of two
kinds of Assessors. Heal estate as
sessors aie elected every ten years
and real estate, with improvements
at that time on it, is appraised al :t
valuation which iemains itnalleicd
for ten yeais. Personal propeily
assessors ate chosen yearly. All
pcisonal property of ever' descrip
tion is assessed by them, and in ad
dition a valuation is put on new im
provements of real estate made sub
sequent to the valuation by the leal
estate assessor. A blank list is fur
nished to the lax-payer which must
bo tilled out and sworn to prior to
June. If the party fails to make
out bi'j leliirn aa icquired, the asses
sor from the bpst sources ol inform
ation attainable makes up an assess
ment. Wheic a ptoperty owner
fails cither iu making his return or
in veiifying it by oath, the auditor
adds .11) per cent, for the delin
quency. Or for any deception,
traud or misstatement in the return
the same olllcer may impose a pen
alty of ftO per cent. Any deviation
fiom the plain statutory require
ments bars the lax-payer fiom ap
peal or relief.
While personal pioperty may
have a low standard of valuation,
Mr. Dana does uot admit that it is
not pietty faithfully relumed. The
safeguatds and penalties are such,
the intelligence of the people is so
advanced, that the ilems ot personal
propeily sire apt U be generally
scheduled. The appiaiscnient is
made by an assessor elected by a
people the individuals of whom are
callable of protecting their own in
terests by a jealous sciutiny of the
affairs of others. Amid a diversity
of conllicting opinions and inter
ests the wise com so for the ollicer
is an honest stiaigldforwaid one. It
may then be assumed that this wise
statute iu Ohio is executed by wor
Hut this appiaiscnient of propeily
is uot .subject entirely to the cap
rices of an assessor. Hoards of
Kqualiation, Stato anil County,
determine the quota of taxation for
each geographical section. This
being the case it does not so much
matter whether piopeity is assessed
at a huge or small valuation so that
it is assessed uniform'' and equit
ably. If tho assessments, then, bo
lelatively correct a larger or smaller
genoral valuation merely serves to
alfect the rate of taxation iu an in
verse latio. So tiie lower is the
valuation of property tlio greater
must be the rate of taxation.
Mr. Castlo's claim about the com
paratively light retuin of pcisonal
propertyshould not include property
exempt' by law. I'nitcd States and
Stato bonds have been repeatedly
allirmcd by the courts to be lice
fiom taxation. Hailroads wholly
within tho Stato of Ohio are assess
ed to the companies. No individual
interest in such corporate property
is assessed. lMrties owning slock
iu mads outside of Ohio aie assessed
lor the value of their stock certifi
cates. In the case of i ailw ays par
tially in and partially out of the
State, tin properly of the company
lying within the limits of Hie State
is assessed to the company and each
shaieholder is assessed to the value
of hi1; individual interest in tho
franchise. This apparent form of
double taxation lias lecntho subject
of a bitter legal contest. A lecent
decision of the Supreme Court IioIiIh
the stockholders liable, mid a lot ot
back laves, iu pursuance of this de
cree, is now pouring into the treas
ury. Tho withholding of those ic
tuins ponding judicial determina
tion gives sonio color to Mr. Castle's
ntalomcut, but Mr. Dana believes
that in a world where men are selfish,
Ohio will comparo favorably with
any Stato in the ITnion both in tho
excellence of its taxation system
and the impartiality of its adminis
tration, Speaking of Ohio naturally re
minded tho leporter of Kilauea.
Although Mr. Dana vyas somewhat
wearied fiom hirf tiip, lie gave tho
scribe the benefit of Ins impression";.
Up described hit trip as one devoid
of advonliitP. On Keb. 2ith, al 10
o'clock, si party consisting of Dr.
Dorr and wife, Mr. I'verclt and
wife, Mrs. Sparhawk, Miss Smith,
Miss Swanlon, Mr. Itemillatd and
daughter, Miss Meserole. and Mr.
Dana and wife sailed lor Knit by the
good steamer W. G. Hall. On ar
iival at I'unalutt the patty were
taken to Lee's Hotel wheic they
remained till next day. .Air. Dana
hems tlie most emphatic testimony
tn the merits of Mr. and Mrs. I. re
as host and hostess. Nothing i mild
evcectl their heaily jet nnoblrusivp
welcome. Their hospitality con
tained a blpiitling of entdialily ami
delicacy, as irtesislible as charm
ing. A ride of about eight miles by
rail bi ought the party to lMhala.
The scats of the cars (two) run
longitudinally bringing the two lows
of passcngets seated back to back,
thus affording a good view of the
scenery en ionic. The remainder of
the journey was accomplished by
cauiages over faiily good toads.
The hospitable attentions of Mr.
Maby awaited the party at the Vol
Mr. Dana saw the crater in a fair
stale of activity. He very sensibly
views its activity its a naluial pheno
menon and uot as a performance for
the benefit of touiists. Hut though
his remai ks ate devoid of rapturous
outbursts they betray unusual ob
servation on his part for his limited
slay. Mr. I), voices the sentiments
of the entire party in bestowing great
ptaisu on the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. for all its precautions
to secure the comfort of passengeis
and promote their enjoyment. He
will telutn to San Francisco by the
Australia greatly pleased with his
visit to Hawaii nei.
Uriel' Dosi'i Iilliin of lltillilitiKM-
Xeiv llospllul Collusf,
A visit was made by a llru i us
repicsonlativc this morning to this
noble institution. Fiom the double
gate iu front two drives diverge and
converge again at the front entrance
to the building. It is better to en
ter by one drive al a time. The im
posing structure which f touts to
waul the visitor is really made up of
tluce buildings under one root. The
newspaper man was met at the door
by Miss Hopper who lias ch.uge of
the sewing loom and to her skillful
pilotage and patient explanation is
indebted for the array of facts here
presented. The central pottiou of
this building is called Sage Hall and
was erected through the benefactions
of Miss Sage. On the light facing
the stieel is an addition presented
to the Setuinaiy by the late -Mis.
C. It. Hishop and called Pauahi
Hall. On the left facing the same
is Rice Hail, the gift of Mr. and
Mrs. lticc of Kauai. The two addi
tions extend some distance finther
back than Sage Hall.
The lower floor of Pauahi Hall is
taken up by a laigc dining-room,
kitchen and store-room scpaiated
from each other by passages. Above
the dining-room is a dormitory of si
milar size, lo which ate assigned
thirty pupils. I'pstaiis also in the
I'auahi Hall ate three teacheis'
rooms which with hallways and pas
sages take up the remaining space
of that story.
Downstaiis the reporter's notions
of the boundary between Pauahi and
Sage Halls arc rather misty. From
the dining loom to K ice's Hall iu the
lower story the space is taken up by
the sc.wing-rooin, icceplion room,
guest room, pat lor, libraiy room,
kindergarten schoolroom and the
necessary hallways. Upstaiis ate
four teachers' rooms.
ltice Hall contains downstairs the
assembly loom with seating capa
city of UtO. School was iu session
with Miss Davis in charge. About
thirty pupils were engaged iu their
various exercises. Completing the
lower story of this addition ate two
school) ooms whose combined width
equals the length of the assembly
room. They are in charge of Miss
Itolston and Mis3 Iloppin, who in
struct thirty-four and twenty-six pu
pils respectively. The upper story
consists of two large dormitories
accommodating sixty and lorty girls
each. The dormitories ate provided
with an ample lavatory and the ve
randah space of the front is enclos
ed with lattice work and devoted to
tho stoiage of trunks, etc.
There were u number of sick git Is.
The amiable guide led tliu way to
the new hospital in piocess of elec
tion. This building is detached at
present but will be connected with
Pauahi Hall byacoveied passage
way. Itj Is a substantial one-story
cottage and will contain a ward 1H
feet by H feet, nurse loom 12 feet
by 12 fpet, balhtoom fi leel by 8
teot, closet I! feel hy 12 feet and an
enclosed verandah loom 8 feet bv,
12 feet. This addition to the (nm
fort of tlio school is in tlio hands of
Mr. Wilhelni, contractor. Hctuining
lroui tne visit of inspection the
"shower and the showed" woio met
by a troop of about twenty kinder
garten pqpih escaping fiom the do
minion of .Miss Hrcwcr to the joys
of recess. Without a doubt a gen
erous pationago of tho coming con
ceit will provide lilting necessaries
and furniture for the hospital cot
T.Vii. I'-'s, drawn bv the Ho
mil JsiiLMr Co. Feb." Ill, 1MIII,
for8J1i.'0 has been Ion m slolen. All
pal lies aie heiehy win lied against
m'L'oiiaiini; fc; me. r.u tin
dale City Stone Pilfer !
J Lia ; t - Arl i
-"vsxjrsp . ii
i j r? jui
..(- -r-T 1
Thoo riltei- n i e ealh cleansed,
anil XHVI'Il become OHACl'I'l) or
CKAJ'l) It change of t'jinpeiatiiie of
The l'lltei big Medium I- a N'ATl'ItA I.
STON'H, mini il fiom Iheemth. It is
unlike an oilier stone.
II Docs No Absorb niul
Iiccoitic Foul !
IMITKITIP.S never I'HNT.'I'KATH
It, hut lie on I In' sill face, and Intel iially
the -tone iemains as pin i' and while
afti'i .veins of ii p a when taken fiom
The Gate City Stone 1 liter I a pei
feet licet"', if Is the old leal Idler I
have ever ren. 1 would not he without
one for any coiiiddeiatloii. It couveits
our like water Into the best thinking
water In the woild.
llr.xuv M. I.wian, M. I).,
1'..! W'ft Atl. mis M , Chicago.
tST l'or Sale by
HAWAIIAN KARDVJARE Co.,
Opi oiite prrckfls Sz Co.'.s Ilnnk,
t".!l tf Port street, Honolulu.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Also, Satlil'o Horses,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Cuts,
.iv lie Mi:i'r.
Piopih'lois. Hilo, Haw ill.
CoyOltleis leeeived li Telephone -iQn
California : Lands
ios s ajLi 10 :
Sar Apph to
lc3tf I'J Men haul -I., Honolulu.
)- l DRAl'T IIOltSH
jOk. lol lt.igg.igp W.l
unn ; Nl mil Mock pie
feired. Applv nl thl
ollk'o. ' IS," l'w
PINK Not man
hrokt n to cirrltiKo or
sound; a liaigain
For paitlcu! us inquire of
17litr ("ait. CLUNKY.
IIII'ltl'lSY tflvo notice that Arthur
While buhls niv full power of al
lot ney lo tiaiis.u I nil mv business until
blither notice. C. L. liltl'IO.
Honolulu, Feb. 'Js, Is'KI.
M11S. OillOKNi: ! now pi pp u pi! lo
kIw Iu-tiiiciliiiis iu Fancy Vni k
at '"The Ailinglnii," Jtiioin (!. Class
I.es-ons: Monday, Wednesdays ami
Fild.i.vs. Private le oils hy 'special
airiiiiemeiit. Stamping mid ortleis
piomptly ntti'iulcd lo. felt'.'l-ly
TTAVlNd bold out my
interest in the
XX linn ol K
Moio As Co to ,1. N. S.
Williams, all persons imluhtiil to said
(Inn are required to pity the amounts of
their iiiilclitethi(H3 to me, mid all having
accounts against until linn will present
Ilium to mo for piyment at the olllee of
It. Mnru & Co.
Tnos. It. LUOAR.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, is!i!. 483 tin
JLi In the Sav fill's
of Clans Spreckt'ls it Co. that, fiom ami
afler the 1st day of Apill, IS',10, the hi
(pi est allowed on lepolls will he ie
dui'C'd lo four (I) per tent per annum.
)cpo!tois will be allowed lo vvliluhaw
their deposits up to that date without
giving tin) Usual notice, but, U allowed
to rPiiidn after Apill 1st, said tlopolts
will lie considered ns subject to the i ides
ami leguVillmis published In thn l'.isi
HAVINd hoiiRht out Mr. W. II.
I'agn In the "Honolulu Caniuge
MuiiufiKtoiy," nt 12S Foil strut, I am
pu pared to uinliime the above IiiisIiiprs
iiudu'thu old iiami) of lloimlulu Car.
riigu Miiiitifiictniy, and being mi old
epeili!iiccd it i inj'O liuililc.r 1 lollcit
tliu nitiiiiiiKu ol my old 1 1 lends and the
piihlie iu general, mid w llh my thorough
knowledge ol the business unit wltliex.
pcrleiicod work men niul using only the
best ni'iti rial I gunranlce geneial Fiilis
faction. Phase e ill . mil f-iu mu hcloie
(Bigm.il): (5IDKON WF.ST.
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PING P sail
Mutlliil Teleiihono fin
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Society of the
Extract From Annunl Circular to Agent1.
"Wu purpose placing in youi hands to offer to Hip publican Indem
nity Hond. Many will be attracted by the fact that j on aie selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assests over 810."i,00(),000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intiinsic mciits.
"This, with our vai ions forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the tesults 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 results on similar Policies.
"IIF.NItY H. HYDK,
Orvr Si'iul fni illustrative pamphlet, or call iu pet son on tlio undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for Hie Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the F. S. Jan-l-tV
HOLLISTER & C0.7
1(H) POHT STKKKT. HOXOUIHI.
NEW GOODS JUST LO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF-
Colgate & Co.'s Celelii'idcd Pcrliieics it Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
wai:i:ntkd (i:nfinf. ,t in quanti'I'ifs to spit.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
IlKs'intr, Picsldeiit .V, M inagcr.
:t:v Hitow.s, .Secioiaiy iVTreasmer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
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IMI'OU'IFKS and DFALHKS IN
Oen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
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Piano, Liluary v Stand Lamps, Chautlelieis ,v Hlccloliere,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete as&oitnr't of Dulls S: Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "(ia.clle" II
lllm be.iitl litre
wheeled Killing Flow & Hqtulizur,
Flow, l'l. inters' Steel it (Joosenuckul I lose,
LAKI), CYLINDEK, KHKOSHNH, LINSHHI),
Faints, Vaini.shes it llrushes, Manila A. Sid.il Hope,
HAN DLLS OF ALL KINDS,
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Powdei, Shot it Caps, The Celelu.ited "Club" Machine-loaded UartridgCH,
H.ut'ft Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
Haitinan's Steil Wire Fence it Steel Who Mats,
Win. 11. FMiei's Wrought Steel KangoH,
Gate City Slone Filteis,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AC'ENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
ll..N PATIO'S HtJlllli:H.
(iaipenliuH', Hlacksiniths', Maeliinisls' ,t l'lunibeiM' Toil",
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oilti, Vatnislios, Lunp tloods and
Blake's Stem Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & GIWs, ft Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayna & Sons Family Medicines,
- jg - y ytfrf4
.Ions Kva, Vice-President.
Cr.oi. iluows, Auditor.
Piocesr," Twist Drills,
Ne.d's Carriage Paints.
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