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TMJUSDAY, SIAH. G, 1800.
OAIIU RAILWAY ft LAND COMPANY'S
TIM i: TABLE:
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A. M. I'. M.
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Leave Mamma M:()ii l:dO
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Stmr 0 K bishop fioui K'oiil.iu
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Sttnr LuIihsi for N'uii and llsiksl.iu " p tu
ilk Alex McNeil, 1 ilia, for tun 1'iaii-
vessels Ye avTn c to-morrow"
otini- WG Hull for Lali.iina, Maalu-a,
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nooii for Sail Fiancl-co with l'.,10-J bns
Miur w clliing l,'.'i:t toiu ami Mil liuch
li.inana-". The caigo wu an follow:
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:iuo. Tlii' 'ttnr.r A Cuniiiiius luouglit TOO
bags Mii;.ir fioui Kool.iu poiK, ami tin
slim OlMIMmp lO.Vj bags sugar, 110
bags lii't1, lfi liocs gi.ipU", ami Ii b.igt
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A i.aiuk loom or liall is wnnlcd.
A man and hid
wife wish cinploy-
Fkksh fioun cyalfis ut Nollo's
iial of Austialia.
Tin: Mik.ulo Company will havo a
loliouisul this uoiiing al tin1 Aiiun
Tin: Woman's Jlo.nd of Missions
willinuulutCuiilr.il Union Cliuicli,
2:110 Fiiduy aftuinoon.
Tiii:in: will be u lnibinu.ss incuting
of the nienibi'is of tho Aiion Souicty
to-moiiow evening ill the usual hour
when imioit:int matteis will be i-on-biduicd.
At lliu nieeting of tho Uo.nd of
Health held ye.steid.iy, no biihinesb
of general intoiesl aa ti. insiieted.
Some details of the coming trip to
the leper suttlenicnl weio consideicd.
By the hleaniur Australia due heie
to-moiiow, the Temple of Fashion
will leceivo nbout -10 cites of new
goods comprising tho latest novelties
in diy and fancy goods. Look out
for new adeitisuuunt.
Tiikki: is si nictuio of SMcr Uoso
Gertiudo in the ollieo of the Do.nd
of Hu.iUh. ll was cut oul of tho
Tail Mall (!a.etle. Above tho poit
jait in laigo typo aio tho vvoids:
"Hound for the Isle of tho hupuis.
TJ'CjiJoiiH) of tlio Hour."
Drill Co. A
Moonliglit hand concci t at Thomas
Square at 7:S0.
ltulicarsal Mikado Company, at
Meeting Hoard of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:.')0.
Nuuanii Chapter of Kosc Croix
No. 1 A. and K. It., at 7:30.
Uegular cash salo at auction rooms
of'L. J. Levey, at 10 a. in.
Woman's Hoard of Missions
meeting at Ccntial Union Church at
2 :!!0 p. in.
L l"-i! !
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at 7:1)0 o'clock at
Thomas Square. Following is the
M:u eh-On liu .idu ?.m,kl
Oveituru Seiuli.unhle llo-ilni
Choi us TuniilMii-cr ,"H"cr
aolectlon-Miu liana. . . . ... . . . ,) iill.ii'o
l.ipollpo. Malaual. Mulilua Maliiina-
.Soloctlon-Miu tliu Flolow
Walt. My (Jueen Coote
tr.-lio I'liiLO-Kii Ilean HU.i....llergiT
Si-liottNelm-Cblloi'o I!o s 1 Org ito
C. Leonard and II. Wallace for
uttering threatening speeches to M,
K Liyingstpiie wpro placed under
bqnds for six months to sbstain
therefrom. Costs, 81. 25.
m Wai, manager of the Chlneso
theatre, for dlbtuibing neives was
Sin Pah for needlessly mutilating
a hoisc was lemanded till March 10.
Two drunks released,
lmiorlant Decision Aifcctini)
Valuable Properly by Jus
tice I?. F. Bickerlon.
A Long LSurijd Caso Nesurractcd.
Tho decision of Justice Hicltciton
in the matter of the cslatc of ICealit
ahonui, deceased pulition to i evoke
piohale, wa3 llbd to-day and is pub
lished below. This is not the lirst
contest of Hie old chief's will. The
publication of this decision will re
vive icuiiniscences of a most cele
brated case in which those now
wearing crowns weio among the
The pulition is as follows:
"The amended petition of .litmus
ICaae, one of the heirs of lvealiialin
nui, deceased, shows unto this
Com 1 1
1. That the said Kualiiahoiiui
died jii or nbout the 'JUrd day of
June, A. D. lb 19, being at tho lime
of his death a resident of Honolulu,
and leaving estate within lite juris
diction ol this Court.
'2. That on J.inuaty 2."llt, A. I).
l.S.V, the petition of one I-. Haa
lelea was llled in (his Court, repre
senting lluil ICealiiahotiui aforesaid
had died as aforesaid, that previous
to his deccasu he had devised his
estate to Kckauonohi by a last Will
and Testament; that said Kckau
onohi had since died after devising
her estate to the said petitioner;
that the petitioner was benellctally
inteiested in having said will of
Kealiiahonul proved and recoidcd,
and prayed time and place for pro
bate of said will, which he was
icady to pioduce and verify as the
law might reqiiiie and the Court til
led. .'!. That theicafter, to wit, on
Febiuary Kith, A. I). l.rij, before
the Honorable L. Andrews and the
llonoiable (!. M. Hobeilson, Associ
ate Justices of this Court, appe.ued
the said petitioner L. Haalclea, and
picscnlcd and filed in the Court a
paper-writing as and for the last
will and testament of the said Ke
aliiahonui, deceased, for probate.
1. That after cei tain proceedings
had in tliu Court, an order was made
and entered on said February lGth,
A. D. 1833, admitting said paper
writing to probate as the last will
and testament of said deceased Kc
alii.ihonui, and a certificate of the
proof llieicof as such endorsed
thereupon, and the said L. Haalclea
proceeded to administer the estate
of the said deceased thereunder.
o. That said paper-writing so ad
mitted to probate as your petitioner
is informed and believes anil charges
upon information and belief, was
never insula by the said Kealiiaho
nui, deceased, was not made at his
request, was never dictated by him,
was never read to him, that he never
put his mark theieto or his hand on
that of another who wroto his name,
that said paper-writing was not
made at Piuiloa, that saiil deceased
did not hear anyone ask Abigail
Malieha to sign the paper, and that
deceased did not ask Kahalewai to
sign the same.
0. That said paper-writing wsis
not signed by the said deceased or
by some peison in his presence and
by his express direction and was
not attested and subscribed in the
presence of the deceased by two or
7. That the said paper-writing as
your petitioner is informed and be
lieves and charges upon infoiniation
and belief is not the lost will and
testament of the said deceased Kea
liialionui,but that said paper-writing
is a forged writing and paper and
was falsely and fraudulently made
and forged in Honolulu a long lime
after the death of the said deceased.
8. That there is after and newly
discovered evidence, to wit, since
January A. D. 1889, that said paper
writing was not signed by the de
ceased or by some person in his pre
sence and by his express direction,
and was not attested and subscribed
in the pi eaencp of tliu deceased by
the alleged witnesses.
I). Thai said paper writing was
admitted to piobatu upon iusullt
cient evidence and proof and con-
traiy to ltw nnq tho rules or uv(
dcucQ. 10. That due search and inquiry
have been made to ascertain if de
ceased left any will and tostament,
but ii no havo been found, and ac
coidln , to tho best knowledge and
belief of your petitioner the said
deceased died intestate.
11. That the estate of deceased
was of groat value, to vil, more
than live hundred dollars and con
sisted almost entirely of leal estate
within this kingdom.
12. That the deceased Kcaliiaho
nui died without issue, leaving his
widow Kckauonohi, who afterwards
married L. Haalelesv aforesaid and
died without issue on or about Junu
13. That the deceased left two
half-sisters, Kinoiki, whoso father is
unknown to your petitioner, wloao
mother was Kapuaamohu, the first
vv ifo had byKauinuaHi,Kii)g of Kauai,
qui father of the deceased, and Na
hlnu a daughter of tho said Kaiitnua
lii and Makua his second wife, That
the said Kinoiki is sinco deceased,
leaving issue Her Majesty Quoen
Kapiolani, Her lloyal Highness Vir
ginia KapooloUu Foonialkulani and
DAIIA HLIMJU'lMNi llOMUI.UI.il, II. t
deceased leaving lawful issue by her
inarrisigo with Oliver (.'unpin, Kalu
iiipiliana, who died without issue on
or about March 30, A. D. 1807, and
Knuo. who died before said Kaltial-
niliana without issue, leaving ids'
widow Julia Ksitnneinsilia who died
in 1807, and Ksituchsiokalani.
1 1. That said Kauichaokalani was
mauled to your petitioner in 1873;
that she w'as at her said inarrisigo
nineteen years of sige; that they
had issue hreechildieii wl oall tiled
in infancy; thai the said Kainehao
kalani died on or about January 11,
A. 1). 1882, leaving heirs her hus
band, your petitioner, and cousins
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani, His
Highness Kapooloku and Her High
ness Kekuuliku, "ince decesucd as
IT). That by her last will and tcs.
tanient duly piobatcd by the older
of this Court, issued and made De
cember 27lli, A. I). IHH2, your pe
titioner vvis appointed executor of
the estalo of the said Ktmuliaoka
lani and letten testamentary issued
to him sis such and liu still is such
1(!. That in A. I). If 55 as your
petitioner is infoimed and believes
and so alleges upon information and
belief, at the time of Hie piobate of
the said paper writing purporting to
be thu last will and testament of the
said deceased Kualiiahoiiui, the said
Kaiiichaokalatii was a minor under
the age of eighteen years, to wit,
one year of age living on the island
of Kauai; her father was dead hav
ing died in 1S5I ; her mother iiiutui
and on her death bed ; that no one
appeared to represent her and the
Court did not appoint any person
to represent her at the said" piobate
of the said pretended will.
Wherefore your petitioner prays
that the order admitting tliu paper
writing purpoitinglo lie the last will
and testament of the said Kc.ilii iho
nui deceased, made on the 10th day
of February A. D. 1855 be revoked,
and that the letters testamentary is
sued to the said I... Haalclea be can
celled auditli.it vour petitioner. Ju
nius Kaae, msiy be appointed iidini
uistiator of said estate and that due
notice be given to all persons inter
ested to appear at such time and
place as this Court may diiect, and
that the Court make a time and
place and issue process summoning
the said Her Majesty Queen Kapio
lani, Her Koyal Highness Virginia
Kapooloku l'oomaikelani, His High
ness David Kawatiauakoa and His
Highness Jonah Kuhio Kalauiaiiaole
to appear and show cause if any they
have, why4he prayer of this petition
should not be granted.
And your petitioner will ever
Mr. F. M. Hatch appears on be
half ot Andeiia A. Haalclea and
files a plea in bar as follows:
"Plea In Har.
"And now comes Andeiia A. Ilaa
lelea and shows the Court that she
is the widow of, and devisee under
the will of L. Haalclea; that her
said husband was devisee tinder the
will of Kckauonohi, who wsis the sole
devisee of said Kcaliiahontii, and
that this respondent is inteiested iiH
the estate which was devised by the
will of said Kealiiahonul.
And this respondent further
shows that a petition was tiled in this
Court on thu 2d of July A. 1). 1800
by Kapiolani (w) and 1). Kalakatia
her husband, Kapooloku (vv) and
Katiawai her husband, Kinoiki (w)
and Piikoi her husband, Keluaipi
hana (vv) and F. W. Malaihi her
husband, and Kamchaokclani a mi
nor by F. W. Malaihi hor next
friend under whom said Kaae claims,
praying for thu revocation of the
probate of the will of said Kealiia-lioniii-upon
the same grounds sis are
sut foith in the petition of said Ka
ae; on which petition judgment was
given dismissing the same on the
30th day of November A. D. 1800.
Wherefore tho lespondcnt prays
judgment if she should ho held to
make any fuithcr answer herein and
thai said petition may be dismissed
Mr. J. M. Davidson appeals for
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolani.
Upon an examination of the re
coid of tjic caso pleaded in bar, I
liud that an appeal was taker, from
the decision of Mr. Justice Robert
son, but was dismissed by the Coqri
in lianeo, as tliu bond was not filed
in tune. A writ of error was then
applied for and issued, and after
hearing the Court saysi
"The Court are of opinion that
this writ of error is not maintainable
und thai plaintiff in error lake noth
ing by his writ." It also appears
that Kamchaokalani (at that time
10 years of age), through whom llilu
petitioner claims was a party to all
of those proceedings and appealed
by F. W. Malaihi her next friend;
but petitioner's counsel contends
that the infant Kamchaokalani was
not represented in the former Wo
us llm iecord docs not show that
Malaihi appeared by leavo of tho
Couit, or was appointed as next
friend as required by the uile of
Court, which reads sis follows:
"January Term 1801. It is hereby
ordeicd tha,t in oyciy 6U.lt hereafter
to be instituted In this Court on bu-
ualf of a. minor, by his prochcitn
ami or next friend, it shall bo in
cumbent on tho parly deslious ol
uuing In that capacity to obtain the
sanction of the Couit, or of one of
tho Justices thereof before the issu
ing of procoss."
There Is no question that ul tho
time of suit litis rule was in foico
the petition the appointment of a
giisthllait ad litem or a jrociCim
ttini. 1 li ti tl endorsed on the petition
an order for process to issue, naming
the lime and place of hearing, and
also that public notice be given for
three weeks in tliu Hawaiian (Jsi.elle
to all parties interested ; this older
is signed by Mr. Justice Robertson,
the petition setting oul the names of
the paitics plaintiff, ini'linling Ka
mehaokalaui by Malaihi her next
friend, was before the Justice at the
time; ant) can it not be fail ly said,
thai in making this order the Justice
gave his suction to Malaihi appear
ing as next friend of the minor Ka
meliaoknlani. The uile docs not ie
quire Hie appointment of a trocuhu
(trui or next friend, it only icqulics
the sanction of Hie Court, or a Jus
tice thereof, for a person lo sue in
that capacity. It seems to me by
allowing piocess to issue on that pe
tition, the Justice gave his sanction,
and thai the minor K'liuchuokuluui
was pioperly icpresuntcd in Com l.
The leual presumption (ccilalnly at
this distance of time), is, that all
things, in a judicial prooeedlng
which ought to be done, were done.
I find in the record of the former
case, that Mr. C. C. Harris, one of
the respondents, referring to lite
minors ssiys: "Kaiuolisiokaltini is
still a minor and heie by next
friend." Hut counsel for Mrs. Haa
lclea, the lespondcnt in this caso,
contends that even the utter failure
lo procure the appointment of a nct
friend is only an ii regularity Iq be
taken advantage of by motion at the
time, and docs not atfect the juris
diction of the Couit.
The Couit entertained jurisdiction
in the former case.
"The general uile is that the
omission lo procure the appointment
of a guardian proctehii t mi for the
infant plaintiff is no ground for
non-suit ami can only be taken ad
vantage of as an irregularity by
"It is not indispcnsible in all cases
that the proceedings show si formal
older of Court admitting a next
friend or guardian to prosecute the
suit for an infant plaintiff ; the leave
of the Court may be infeiicd fioin
its entertaining ttie action in its curly
Tyler on Infancy and Coverture,
2 Kd. pp. l'JO and 197.
There arc a number of cases cited
in support of the sibovc.
"An infant is bound by a decree
in a cause where he is plaintiff, and
after coming of age he is not allowed
by a new bill to dispute anything
that was done during his minority.
Thu rule of law is, that an infant is
as much bound by a judgment in his
own action as a person of full age."
Gregory vs. Moleswoith 3 Atk.
Chitty Kquity Index Vol. 5, p.
It is contended that, in any case
of improper action by a ptocieim
ami, where the infant might obtain
relief, the application to the Couit
must be made by the infant promptly
on becoming of age, otherwise the
infant's silence will amount to a
confirmation. This contention 1
understand to be cot reel, a person
cannot sleep on their rights for all
time. In this caso the infant who
was sixteen years of age at tho time
the former caso was decided, lived
until 1882, consequently she slept
on her rights (if she had any) for
about sixteen yeai.s, i dimming silent
up to the lime of her death ; and
her husband the petitioner lias ic
niained silent for about eight years.
In the case of Thurston vs. Hishop
VII. Hawaiian Rcpts., tho Cotut
held that it was the duty ol a minor
to sisserl his claim within a reason
able time after his coming to full
After si careful examination of
this case, and of Hie authorities, 1
consider that the petitioner is estop
ped from what would amount to a
ichcaiiugof the original petition in
the case before Mr. Justice Robert
sou. Holh that petition and the one
in this case allege the same grounds
why the piolmto should be revoked,
via: That thu will was a lorgery.
The plea in bar is sustained.
C. L. Carter for petitioner, J, M.
Davidson for Queen Kuploluui, F.
M. Hatch for M's. Haalclea,
Ricni). F. HicKi:itroJ,
Justice of tho Supremo Court.
JMsucli li, 1890.
IV) Odorless Evciivatli
l'i Icpliono for
on. 48J it
rPHEPueillc Ilnnlwurti "o liuvoju-t
J. ricuivcd n laigu lot of Huh u:li in
bulk, which they are telling low.
BY a Married Man ut Qiitsldo cci'oral
labor and by his wllu to do Ik use
Apply at No. 145 Fart street.
rpO rent for 1 month a I.nrgo
X Room or Hall, itlicr
(jroipid Ioor or upstair., must
bo centrally Minuted. 405 tf
Prussian National Insur
DL'RINO Mr. Rlenieiinluieldei'h nb
heneo l hliall sitleud totlnibu-l-iits
of uhovu Coiupiiiy heie, ami I am
nowieudj towillo lii-iiiaucu on f.ivoi
siblo tm iii-i.
I'.i.llw 0. 110I.TH.
MA!I"!I , lw)i
Who Ins iniri'liiuM ul unction tl h-ui-e,
SitlHt.intlal anil tatcful anil ui'.it.
As lie uoim lo bis voik hi Hid nun ii
With ooil leoliillous ami vows,
A voice like tin lilut of u bom
Cries, "Wliit will you do with jour
'Mill til" lolls a ul fatigues of the l i
P When business engages tils inluil,
Deleimlued lor liuiiisio -lay,
Home trivial euor to llml:
What anguish his sphlt dotli till,
What agonv follows liU blows,
To hear th.it "fiiiilllar old veil,
"hav, whit will you do with that
When Hi,; cut tain of evesilng ileceinls,
Ami stars twinkle up hi tliu sky,
Ami the moon hi Its gloiy a-eemls
To bathe In the I. nil. nice on high;
When lloweisby cplivi uie sw.ivcil,
Ami I ul ut DoumW the lowing ol'cows;
O! list to the -weel MMCIl.uli1
()t "What will .voti do with that
When slumber vvlih dowule-t brcsith
Has soothed the tiled ejelbls to sleep,
And still as the silence of ile.rh
The planets their blight vigils keep;
How ilMi.icttug the lueloih boinu
I'ioiii inysteieis on u c.noii-e,
"We won't go liouie until inoui,
(I lie) What will .v on do with tlii
"I'ls In vain Hut Hip owner piotcls.
And urgis his piote-t with vtiu,
Tint when his inoiny he Invents
It itlleiesH no nnc'hut llllll.
At last in despair and contempt
Ho si liberal di-couut allows
To any buying In vain the attempt
J'oi tin' iiitjith y goes 'villi th tome!
for luggage wa
gon; Maud slock pie
leiied. Apply at this
rvllAKTXo. Ii.'s, thawn
bv the Ho-
JL iioiim Siigir Co.
lVb. 10, lb'io.
for 8.1'M lias been lost or Molen. All
p.nlles sue heieby warned ngalnt
negotiating same. 1 liu
rou a ma:
IjllRKW'OOD for fulo nt Hawaiian
. Ciitiitiiercl.it SulcMi oul", corner of
Qtiicti anil Nuiiuiiu strcetR. K18 tf
luokdi to cairlagu or
di ly. Ciimiintccd
sound ; a bnri'iiiu
For particulars inquire of
'r',1,f ('Al'r. Cl.tTN'KY.
BY si m in of experience, a position si
cook for private family, hotel.
hoiie or iamb.
rY :t gentleman who N tcmpoiuiily
y engaged sis bookkeeper In one of
the leading houes si permanent nod
llon a-, -iiJli. Apply lli'i.i.r.iiN Olllce.
COIMKS of the Daily llri.i.r.riN, of
the dates speclllvil below, fiO cent
si copy will bo paid foi the -siine on
dcllvciy at this olllce:
.liiiiuuiy 1U, ihhii, '-i 'iiltH.
Fehi'iiury 4, IMS!). :i -iI'n.
" "meeting notice.
rpiIK lolnt Cniumittio of thoMicha.
JL nirs' A; Workingnicn's Politic tl
Protective Union uml thu Hawaiian
l'oli: icul Assrs intloii v. ill incut in the
Knigliis id l'ythi'u Hall, Fort street, on
FIH DAY, March 1th This Conimlllee
of Tliiity ate liquefied to he in ntitml.
mice at 7 :!!!) o'clock i M t-li tip, as btiM.
ness of linpoitnucu will bu submitted lo
them Per order.
Honolulu, March 5, ISilO 491 :it
the annual meeting of the stockholder-
of the lutcr-Islaml Slesun
Navigation Co., (Id), held this day,
thu following ollleeis wete cketed foi
the ensuing year:
W. !!. Oodfiey Pic-ldent,
J. l'.li.i Yko-l'ie-ldunt,
.1 L. Mel. e. in Seeictsuy,
W. II. MoI.o.lU Tiesi-uier.
T. W. Hobiou uditnr.
W. It. flodfiey, G. X. T.eo, J.
Hu.i and M. P. Robln-on.
J. b. MoI.UAN,
Secretary I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, Match t, 181)0. t'.i.t lw
ARMORY, 1st BATTALION
Hawaii n Vot.i .sii.mts, )
Honolulu, Murcli 5, lH'JO. f
1)ER5UANT to order from
Headquarters and in con.
foimity with the Military Act
of 1B8S, thu Commissioned Olli.
ccra of the Hawaiian Volunteer
arc hereby ordered lo report nt
tho RillcB Armory, in Fatigue
Uniform, on MONDAY, March
10, lb'JO, nt 7 sat) i m. bluirp, for
the purpose of milking a further nonil.
n itiou for Colonel for the misiilng two
years, by older.
Unfit Manr.Com. Jsilt.it II. Vol.
j$h & Builder.
Estimate; lllyon on Brick, Iron. Slono &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
ukkcs i on sai.i:
Brick, Llmo, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Maible Dust, Who Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Qu.iny Tiles (Ml led, whltn anil blue,
Million, Pla-tlc and lhie.un.tlii 'llles in
v.iiioiis p.itteius, all kinds ot Disiiuago
Byy"Oi'i ici: Southeast coiner Al.i
ke.i ami tjueen sliced.
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We pin pose placing in your hands to offer lo the public an Indem
nity Hond. Many will be attracted by the fact thai you are selling tho
bonds of a life Insurance society with sissesls over $105,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to spo its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote thu icsults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of ycar3,
bu able lo show actual results on similar Policies.
"IIFNRV H. HYDK,
165" Send for illusti alive pamphlets, or call in person on the under-'iicd.
ALEX. J. CARTWRBCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the l S. Jan-1-90
10!) VOHT STKI'.ET. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A PULL ASROin'MKNT OF
Colgate & (Jo.'s Celebrated I'cilmiics A Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WAl!ltANTi:i) GHNTIXK A IN (JUANTITIHS TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
H. It. Hi.XDitv, Piesldent .V Manager. John
tioiriii:v ItiiowN, iseeiuiaiy AiTie.istiier. Ci:on.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opin. SprrckplM Itmilt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPOUTHRS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plaia aud decorated; and Wedgowjod
Piano, Libi.uy & Stand Limits, Chundelieis it Electolierfl,
Limp Fi.Uiues of all kinds, A complete sis-oitin't of Drills it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Ga.ellu" Il-vvhecled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Hluehesiid Rice Plow, I'iaulcis' Steel it Goo-ciiecked llo-u,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Vainislies & Hrushes, Manila it Sis.il Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, JLio.so, SrXowe,
RUIM1ER, WIUH-HOUNI) of htip-iior quality, it STEAM,
Agate Lou Ware, Silver Plated Ware, T.iblo t Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Holt Threading,
llailin. ill's Steel Wiro Fence it Steel Who Mats,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gate City Stone Fillets,
"New Piocess" Twist Drills,
nov-20-SO Neal's Carriago Paints.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Caipeiitem', Hl.ieksmillis', Muehinisth' it Pliunbein' Tools,
HOUSE FUUNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensilrf, Paints, Oils, VurnMuu, Limp Goods und
BIdkc's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugal,
Wilcox & Gtlris, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayno & Sous Family Medicine?.
Circular to Agents.
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