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Alilvc lloilDllikl... 11:13 mill -1:5:1
K M H S AlaiiH'ilii, .Morse, fi-iun lliu
Selir Mill Wtiliiiio from llamakiia
Selir I.uUa friiiu Kohala
otinr W G Hull for l.:ih:iln:i, Maahiea,
Kouti. Kmi mid thu Volcano at 1U
o'clock u in
Selir Mllu MonH for Koolau
It M S S Alameda fur San IVani'l-co
Stiur C It P.isliop for Walanae, Waiabm
ami Koolau at 'J a m
The schooners Ltil.a ami Mnl Withlno
luou;lil 1 11)0 anil lillO bi;;s miar ic
speciiely limn Hawaii lur (lie tun k
Amlicw Welch. '1'hcy will liolh lease
The, Meanier- K'inau, Hawaii, Kllatlc.i
Hon, Iwalatil ami I'clc aic due lo-inor-iow
The haik Andrew Welch will null
next week with -upir for San Ki un
ci -co She expects Migar liy the tc:im
ei" Iwalanl anil 1'ele.
Tim baik Alexander McNeil sailed
yeslenlay afternoon for San Eunelseo
with the following en i go: V (! Irwin oc
(!o, lit, 1ST hag-, Migar; .1 T Wateihoit-c.
S.'m hjr-i; llymaii Miw, i.'.S5 ligs sugar
ami UOO lig llee; log Chon,: Ct t'o,
S-J!iigs ileu; M H t Jrlnlmiuii Us t'o, 'JliOII
llee. Totals: 0,77 Ing-i -,ugir, I.OS!)
hags lice, 1,'Jiit toils, and domestic
Mlipiiei'.V S(reoli,--Itliliiic UIUh--tt
iplit ttivitlctH--ttuiiiiIii lltvri'N.
Abatement of hist night's rains
with (succeeded by showers this
morning which soon developed into
:i full of rain closely approximating
to a cloud burst. According to the
rain gauge this fall did not perhaps
exceed a few inches but according
to Fort and Queen streets it was
about two feet deep with a length
equal to Hie combined longitude of
these avenues. All the streets pre
sented a Venetian appearance and
street cars seemed like outrageous
..urlcsques on gondolas to vide the
raging canals Pedestrians mean
dering along the streets propelled
their persons over many a swollen
oluary by means of alpenstocks.
Sidewalks were obliterated for the
time being and even stores were in
vaded by the straggling waters.
The denizens of Fort street sus
pended business and devoted them
selves to the improvisation of yachts.
The models were for the most part
constructed of pasteboard on lines
quite at variance with the generally
accepted theories. One staunch craft
which had erstwhile done service as
a dry goods box was launched at Hie
J'acilic Hardware Co.'s store. From
the mainmast was Hying the colors
"IJuliacu 7.")C per pound." "Willi an
instinct almost human it wended its
way over the waste of waters and
anchored ''fominst" the Hawaiian
Hardware Co. The scene was a
touching one and there was not a dry
' -vye in the crowd of spectators.
There were certainly no dry feet.
The running waters reached high
water mail; about 10: lo and from
that time dwindled down carrying. to
the sad, sad sea many reminiscences
of the administration in the shape
of street sediment. On Halckauila
street there is a lake which should
either be drained or made subser
vient to the needs of commerce.
MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.
Yesterday in tlio presence of a
throng of buff admirers the talented
Whang Fat was united to the gifted
Nu lvee Jane. Tlio event has long
been a topic in social circles on ac
count of the prominence of the high
contracting patties, and tlio denoue
ment was unattended by tiny seri
ous casualties. The bridegroom is.
u well known hash conveyancer, and
the bride is the only daughter of old
man Jane. Her loveliness of person
and graces of mind had wrought in
effaceablo havoc in the feeling? of
Mr. Fat, and his sentiments wero
tenderly reciprocated by the lovely
i;-yu,rl. His heart went hipity-hop
tni hers, skippjly-skip in perfect
unison. Tlio cQurlship'though hotly
contested ended in a tie. Tlio
bridegroom wore a highbindor suit
of blue denim, made to lit a hogs
head. The bride was becomingly
attired in a starry glance reinforced
by bifurcated vestments with an
overdress qf (lowered pongee silk
caught ijp a la Pompadour in a
rtcmltrnln slashed with facings of
biased fichu neatly gored with lluted
furbelows llounced with knifu pea
lllga. .She oaniod i bouiuet of caiill
(lowers and wore nickel ornaments.
The impressive ceremony consisted
-in tying their queues together and
pronouncing litem male and female
After tho ceremony the usual chest
nuts uud crackers were tired off, tho
hceno of the wedding festivities this
morning resembling :m ex-llclil of
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS.
Tin; public schools weio nut in
f-iwuiun to-day owing to the weather.
Nnitt'liit) given of iicocpliini'e of
chatter by thu Union Iron Woiks
Hakr lVleitfim has leeeived a
choice lot of cigais, cigaietten tun!
Tim iiii'ti-of-war in pml :n' taking
lliiMiiiimluatitie.il preen ill ioiih again!
A I'AcKACit: of K'Wing machine at
taelimenl v.i lot on tho 12 o'clock
Till! sky is still overcast and the
weather has a mUli-iicd air. This is
Tin: Hireling of the Hawaiian Ca
nicia Ulub h deferred from to-night
till luither notice.
ir.w:T & On. publish elM'whoro their
ccrlilii'.ilo of trade mark from the
iM mister of the Interior.
Ir is astonishing bow many per
sons one can talk with over tlm tele
phone by induction without intro
duction. Tin: ciccks running through town
wete very much swollen this fore
noon, l'aitoa btook lose on School
stieet neatly to the bridge.
J. T., W'A'rr.isiiot'hi: is making a
change in bis biiMiiU'v, of which
moie will bo .said later. Meanwhile
huo tho mlvoi lihcniPiit elsewheio.
A Jir.r.u.Nii of (be joint committee
of tlio M. anil V. 1'. 1. Union and
tho Hawaiian I'olitieal Association
will bo held tbi.s evening, at 7:110
o'clock, in tin.' Kuigbls of l'y thins
ball, I'ott street.
Hon. A. Utuilii Ot'ilei'tMl to lie lui-
Chief Justice Judil, Justices
McC'ully and liiekerton sat at, chani
beis in tiie cqtiit' division of the
Supreme Court this morning. The
matter before them was an order to
show cause why A. ICauhi should
not be held in contempt of Court,
willi regard to the case of Mahoe
(w.) ct al. vs. A. ICauhi.
It was ordered that ho be im
prisoned in O.ilm jail until he shall
have executed a certain deed to Ma
hoc (w.) and Kaiiakanui.
It was held b3 the Court that a
single Justice ot the Appellate Court
would not execute or assign arbi
trary orders in furtherance of a de
cree of the full Court.
Matters in equity are merely
heard in regular term for conven
ience, there being nothing in the law
to prevent them being heard in vaca
tion. W. A. Kinney for plaintiff; A.
15oi for defendant.
The rainfall at Mr. W. W. Hall's
residence from 7 o'clock tins morn
ing to 12 noon was -'.(!.) in.
March 0 l.tiO "
March .") l.iiO "
Total r..7.- in.
lor two and a quarter days.
At the Government Survey the
barometer at 2 o'clock this afternoon
stood 211. CI, the lowest for years.
The Oceanic S. S. Alameda was
signaled live miles off port at 12:20
p. m. Capt. P. P. Shcppard, pilot,
went out in a six-oared boat, accom
panied by Mr. David Manaku, De
puty Postmaster, and Dr.Trousscau,
Port Physician. The breakers ex
tended clear across thu bar, so that
the p"i!ot boat could not reach the
steamer. It had to return to smooth
water and the Alameda stood off.
The steamer was observed to pitch
heavily, showing a very high sea in
Up till -1 :10 o'clock this afternoon
there was no sign of the Oceanic S.
S. Australia from San Francisco. As
she was a da' late leaving hero last
trip, and may have made a long pass
age up, some talk was heaid about
town that possibly she may not have
sailed until Saturday.
'."ho Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion steamer W. CJ. Hall had her
sailing for Maui and Hawaii post
poned from 10 o'clock this morning
till that hour to-morrow.
Chief Justice Judd, Justices Mc
Cully and ltickertou sat in banco
Thursday morning, to hear argu
ments in tho case of 10. H. Thomas
vs. Ceo. Noiton, petition fin writ of
quo warranto, on petitioner's appeal
from decision of' Justice liiekerton
nt Jan. 1 1 sustaining respondent's;
demurrer. W A. Kinney for peti
tioner; F. M. I latch fqr respondent.
Mr- Justice liiekerton, on petition
of Hyman Hros., adjudged M.deGou
vela 'a bankrupt, and respondent ap
pealed to tho Cum I in banco. V.
M. Hatch for petitioner; W. A.
Kinney and A. Uosa for respondent,
Ueforc Justice llipkcrtou inequity
this looming thcrp whs a hearing of
Antonio Marnului vs. John Broad,
liill for an account and dissolution.
The question as to whether a certain
lesisu of land was one of tho assets
of tho partnership being arguei, the
Court decided that it was not and
that the plaintiff was entitled to all
the improvements he put on the pie
misos himself. The defendant not
ed an appeal to the Supremo Court
in banco. It was ordered that tho
partnership bo dissolved. II. N.
Castle for plaintiff j A. Uosa lor
THE HEW FOUNDRY.
Union Iron Works Co. -.Organization
mnl liiroi'tioi'Atloii.-Iitii'ullnii mill
The organization of the Union
Iron Woiks Co. was completed yes
terday at the olllec of J. N. S. 'il
liams by the election of the follow
ing ollicers: President, J. N, S.
Williams ; Secretary and Treasurer,
l.oberl More; Auditor, A. J. Cart
wiiglit, who jointly constitute a
iiimid of Directors. The company
has incorporated with a capital of
8.10,000 and with the privilege of
Increasing tlio same to S200.0UO.
Tho works wi 1 be located on the
cast side ol Kallmann street extend
ing from Queen to Halckauila
streets. The property is leased
from Hon. II. A. Wideniann and the
ground area is about two acres. The
stone building .V) feet by JJO feet
on the corner of Kiuimana and Ha
lckauila streets will bo devoted to
the machine and blacksmith shops.
On the corner of Kaumana and
Queen streets a Milntantial iron
building oO feet by !)0 feet inside
nieasuieinent, is being erected. This
when completed will be used for tho
foundry. The laigc space left be
tween these two buildings will be
utilized as a yard for large castings,
Opposite the machine shop and
fronting on Halckauila street is a
new biick building i() feet by !J2
feet which forms part of the com
pany property. Knlering from the
front a shut I hallway, llauked by the
ntllce on lite light and by the
draughting room on tiie left, each Hi
feet by 12 feci, leads into a sliow-
looin II feet by !I2 feet. Hack of
this is the pattern shop with dimen
sions of 21) feet by !!2 feet.
In the course of a fortnight the
machinery now in use in U. .More &
Co.'s shop will be removed lo the
company's machine shop. This will
form but the nucleus of the plant
designed lo be in use. Additions of
machinery of modern style and adap
ted lo the requirements of skillful
and rapid workmanship arc now be
ing made and will from time to time
be made according to necessity.
The new iron foundry will be pro
vided with a traveling crane and all
the most approved appliances for
This new enterprise springs into
existence on the hypothesis that the
rapid opening of new industries and
the quickened development of long
established works, affords a field
for its inception and prosecution.
Its competition will be leveled prin
cipally against similar foreign
branches of industry. The scope of
ils business will include the manu
facture and setting of diffusion ma
chinery, irrigation inachinary,pmnps,
etc. All kinds of steamship and
plantation wotk and repairs will re
ceive faithful attention and prompt
execution. The capacity for per
formance will be equal to all de
mands on its resources.
The management will rest with
Mr. J. N. S. Williams and Mr. It.
More will act as shop superintend
ent. Concerning Mr. Williams it
may bo said that his enviable repu
tation as an engineer has been
gieatly enhanced during his resi
dence on the Hawaiian Islands. Tho
diffusion process owos its advent on
this group largely lo his representa
tions. Tlio dill'iisiou plant at Kea
lia, Kauai, was imported and set up
by him in 1887. That his repre
sentations were reliable may be in
ferred from the introduction under
iiis direction of diffusion plants at
Haualei, Kauai, and Hamakiiapoko,
Maui, in 188!). IIu also manufac
tured and introduced on the Kckahu
plantation, Kauai, the Hume in use
there, made of sheet iron bent in
semi-circular form. It is probable
that this btylo of Uunic will shortly
supersede the ordinary wooden one
which now obtains. The slicing
machines employed in connection
wilh diffusion are his own invention
and patents are issued in his name
the world over. The first quadruple
effect ever in use in this country
was put up by Mr. Williams at Ke
Mr. Williams is sanguine concern
ing the prospects of the new enter
prise. 1 he undertaking or which
he is the head aims to supply pro
ductions and manufactures in its
line at and even below the cost of
foreign importations. Taking into
consideration the patents held by
him, the delay, freight a.qd general
losses incident lo importation and
that tho Union lion Works Co. is
here on the field of action, Mr.
Williams' auspicious auguries seem
lo have a Ktihslnu.tiul foundation.
T:it Mr. 11. More's experience and
skill will form a valuable supplement
lo his own goes without saying. The.
works will bo ju fidl running order
(u eight or ten weeks.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. D Honolulu ltillcs, al
Service St. Andrew's Cnllicipal,
Polynesian Kncampment Xo. 1, I.
O. O. F., at 7 :.')0 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of,
II. at 7;.'I0,
Unfitness meeting Honolulu Anon
Society at 7:110.
Joint Committee M. Ot W. P. P.
Union and Hawaiian Political Asso
elation, 7 ;30.
Tlinmeotiug of the Women's lloaid
of Mission announced to occur to-day
at 2 :'.!() o'clock in the Ceutial Union
Oil inch has been postponed to Tues
day next tit biiiuo time and place ow
ing lo inclement weather.
A NAVY THAT IS A NAVY.
Great I.liic-nr-lltittle Kliltis Wanted
at Oiioc--NMiatoNiiiinlttce Would
i:pciul Three Hum! red .MIIIIoiin.
Washington, Jan. 21. The Sen
ate committee on naval affairs held
an important meeting to-day, at
which, after considerable discussion,
tiie committee decided upon Hie
policy which will govern it during
this Congress in the work of build
ing up the navy.
ThU is, in brief, that great line-of-baltlc
ships tike the Kuglish lien
bow should be constructed at once.
Senators Chandler and McPliersou,
however, arc pot in accord with the
decision reached, and majority and
minority reports will be submitted
to tiie Senate.
Tho naval policy board, which
Secretary Tracy appointed, made
the following recommendations:
Ten llrst-class battleships, great
ordnance, 10,000 tons each, cost
Three third-class battllcships,
great ordnance, (i!100 lo 700 tons
each, cost SI 1,000,000.
Kiglit llrst-class battleship-), limit
ed ordnance, 8000 tons each, cost
Twelve second-class battleships,
limited ordnance, 7100 tons each,
Five third-class battleships, limit
ed ordnance, G000 tons each, cost
Six harbor defense monitors, .')81.
to IJOliO tons each, cost 825,000,000.
One cruising monitor, !300 tons,
cost SI, 000,000.
Klevcn rams, one of 2000 and 10
of HfiOll tons each, cost, SlO.'iOO,-000.
Nine thin armored cruisers, 03.10
tons, cos,t 828,800,000.
Four first-class protected cruisers,
7,')00 tons each, cost $ Hi, 700,000.
Ten llrst-class protected cruisers,
.1100 tons each, cost 28,000,000.
Twelve second-class protected
cruisers, 11000 to 4.100 tons each ;
cos, 822, .100,000.
Six third-class protected cruisers,
1700 to ai'JO tons each; cost $,
.100,000. Ten gun vessels and despatch
boats, 8.10 to 1.100 tons each; cost,
Sixteen torpedo cruisers, includ
ing Vesuvius, about 000 tons each ;
Three terpedo depot artificer ships,
.1000 tons each; cost, ?(!,. 100,000.
One hundred and one torpedo
boats, 0.1 tons each ; cost, 80, .1(1.1, -000.
A total of 227 ships, f (ilO.O.'l.l
tons, at a cost of $2AJ,, 11.1,000.
The above total includes 8C7,
1)0.1,000 already expended and
authorizes an expenditure of 281,
.1.10,000. When the committee pro
ceeded to tho consideration of these
recommendations the issue was
raised as to whether or not it would
be advisable at this lime lo begin
with the construction of the immense
line of battle ships, as proposed by
the policy board. Including the
harbor defense monitors, there are
44 of these vessels and they would
cost 8202,400,000, while the other
1815 vessels, including 101 torpedo
boats, at an aggregate cost of 80,-,10-),000,
would cost only S147,
025,000. The maintenance of these heavy
vessels would also be considerable.
It was purposed to construct them
in order that we might have an of
fensive lighting (loot capable of con
tending willi the greatest licet of
any foreign power.
Senators Chandler and Mcl'hcr
son opposed that part, of the policy
board's recommendations proposing
that these vessels should first be
constructed. They said that, in
their opinion, the United States
should continue its present policy
of building fast cruisers like the
Baltimore, lioston, Charleston and
San Franci'-co, and gunboats and
torpedo vessels. Tho cost of these
vessels was comparatively small,
and they would form an unequalled
Heel of commerco destroyers. The
building of huge line-of-baltle ships
should be deferred uutil we had a
larger number of cruisers, or theie
was some exigency calling for their
construction. They hoped the com
mittee would begin with the latter
and not the first half ot the vessels
recommended to he constructed.
On this issue the committee divid
ed, thu mtijoiity, us previously
stated, ngroeing wilh tlio policy
board. In accordance with this de
cision, Senator Hale was instructed
to report favorably the liill intro
duced by hiin, qoiuo" days ago, cm
bodying tho recommendations con
tained in Secrcttiry Tracy's annual
The hill for the transfer of the
revenue marine bcrvico front tho
Treasury to the Navy Department
WHS rofuricd to a sub-committee,
consisting of Senators Chandler,
Stanford and Gray. It is under
stood thai a favorable report will be
made lo the full conntiillee.
-.ii mi "'f-m
ON the 12 o'clock Wnikiki Car R
I'ackngo containing tjjwiug Ma.
chine Appiiitetiancej, Finder will please
return to tiU olitco. .IIMS It
D It AFT Xo, 1's, drawn b the Ho
utmm Sugar Co. Feb. in, lhiiU,
fur Sll'-'O lias been lost or stolen. All
parties aio linteby warned against
negotiating same. It'-! lin
171t')M the Coast a choice lot of
. Clgaia, Olnufcttes and Tobaccos,
which will bo wild nt vorv low piiccj.
IOiJ lm No. 81 King street.
. T, WATERHOUSE
ill hereafter ni'i'e n specialty
i I I he
Crockery, Chlniwaro, Glassware and
J-.ll III ItllMtlH'Mtl,
yiiow logins ovir the liuilwirc ilepait
iiienl, Q i-eiiMiei't.
tQy A large anil rotep'ele Mod: tin
polled dlieei fioni the inumifarlnii'M
mnl now lo liaiiil liv recent arrivals.
An In-ii-TliiHi i s'lllritcil. I 'Jli Iw
Cert ill utile of Kcglsirntioii
of Trade Murk.
Dr.l'AUTMI'.NT OK TIIK IXTI'.IIKlll,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Mauds, j
KNOW all Men bythco Piceim,
that in accordance with thupio
vlMons of Section 2, Chapter IV til the
SeMnn Law of 18M, Hint it Company
have llle.il in the Olllec of the MlniMeV
of the Iutcitor tin application fur the
ItejdMratlon of a Trade Matk wheieuf
thu following Is an exact copy:
Till" JJIIfeo 1 Ci'iMim I'liiloi-i
iimt Cuiiiiy I'lietory.
Which said application U accompanied
by the Oath of James tjtulnei', a mem
ber of i.ild linn of Hart & t'o., that
they aie the solo and original propile
tnts of the Ice (J ream, Candy and Con
fectionery for which such Trade Mail.
Is lo he le-ed.
Xow. thelefoie, this Cettllleato Is to
grant unto Ihc said Hail A. Company
tho exclusive tH of the aid Tiad'e
Murk thioiiglioitt Ihu Hawaiian King
dom for thu term of Twenty Years fioni
the date hereof.
In wllness whereof. I have
caused this Ccitllleate to be
,' " Issued at Honolulu. Hawaiian
J al.., I Mauds, this Sixth l)av of
j l,AI' (March. A. I). l'.M), and the
.'Seal of Ihc Depaitmeiit of
thu Intel lor
I.. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior
A in: Iw
$& A DKAKT IIORSK
XX. for baggage wa
gon; Island Mock pre
letred. Apply at this
olllec. 1ST aw
17HRKWOOI) fur tale -U Hawaiian
Coiiiuiincial Salesri onp, cornet ol
Qiircn mnl Nutiiinii streets'.
1 FINK Not man
XX. Stallion, well
lnokui to cairiiiKC or
--- - sound j a bargain.
For particulars impilre ol
nr, if Cait. CU'NKY.
rM) rent for 1 month a Large
JL Room or Hall, either
ground llnoror upstair.-), must
he centrally Minuted. IDr. it
C01'li:Sof the Daii.V Itii.i.nrtN, of
the dales spcrllled below, ."( rents
a copy will he paid for the same on
delivery tit this olllec:
.1 miliary l, 1HH. a ('nnlfi.
Follllllliy 4, INSII, !f OpIcH.
Prussian National Insur
DURING Mr. ltlenicnschiieldcr's ab
sence. I shall attend lo the busi
ness of above Company heie, and I am
now ready to wilte Iiisiiiaucu on favor
IHIllw' C. IIOLTK.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the so
boldeis of the Inter-Island Ste:
Ninigation Co., (Id), buhl Ibis d
thu following nfllccis weie elected
the ensuing year:
W. 11. Godfrey l'ic-hlciit
J. Rua Vite-I'iesideiit
.1. L. McLean Secretary
W. II. McLean Ticasiuc'r
T. W. llobum Auditor
W. II. Godfrey, G. X. Wlleov, J
Lua and M. 1'. Kohiiisoii.
J. L. Mol.KAN.
S'eeietarv I. I. S. N. Co
Honolulu, March I, Ib'.Kl. Itilt
ARMORY, 1st BATTALION
Hawaiian Voi.r.vir.r.ns, 1
Honolulu, Match ft, lH'.iO f
IJEllSUANT to order finm
Huadipiartcrri and in eon.
foiniity with Ihc Military Act
of IbSS, thu Commissioned Olll.
cer.s of the Hawaiian Volunteer,
are hereby ordeied to report at
ihu ltillcs Annorv, hi Fatigue
Uniform, on MONDAY, Miueh
Id, lH'JO. at 7:'JU i: m. hharp, for
thu purposo of maUbig a fm ther nomi
nation for Colonel for Ihu emuiiig two
yearn. Ily older.
II. F. HF.IIIiAltl),
401 flt MaJnr.L'oin. 1st li.it II. Vol.
E. B, THOMM
Contractor g & Builder.
Cilimalcs Given on Brick, Iron. Slonc &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
M'.l'.l'H ion sai.k
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Miirbloliust, Whc Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles UnB red, white and blue,
Mluton, l'hihtlo tiiiil Kucaustlo Tiles In
vai ions pattei us, till Mndi of Drainage
l&J Oiticij Southeast eoiuer Ala
Ken mnl Queen btieets.
Mutual -aTELEPHONESftayBell 3G1
nth 1 .'.MM y
1 ING up 2JIJ Mutual Telephone for
t Odorless Excavation. -Wi If
(harts CO. J
quifebSe Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity ISnml. Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance iiociely willi tisacsta over S10"),000,000.00, and
will not fall upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the results of twenty year 'routines) give you groat
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
hQf" -Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in pcisou on-the undersigned.
ALEX, J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilable Life Assurance Societ,.
of the IT. S. Jau-1-'J()
HOLLISTER & CO
10!) I'OUT NTJCHKT, HOXOMIMI.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
a vull ansokt.mi:nt of
Colgate & Da's Celebrated Perfumes & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
-EEB U H A C H
WAItltANTF.D (IKNIMNK S: IN QrANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines.
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
K. K. Hi:.miuv, Prtstilfiil A; Manager. John Ksa, Vice-President.
(ioirin:r IIkown, Seeieiary A; Treasurer. Ci:'ii. llnow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppi. SprecUcl" lt:uik, : Fort Street, Honolnln.
IMl'OKTKILS anil DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
onuiue lLivilaml China, plaia and decorated; ami Wedgowiod
i'iunn, Library ,t Sliinil L-iuips, riiandeliers & Klrcloliuri),
Lamp Fixtuie.M nf all kindo, A coniplete aoitin't of Drills Fili'H,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tim "U.uollo" Il-wbeeleil Killing Plow it Eipializcr,
llliiebeanl I! ice Plow, I'lanter.-,' Slcel .t Gooscnecked Hose,
LAltD, OYL1NDEI5, KEKOSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes it Brushes, JIanila it Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Hose,
KUIinEK, WIltE-nOUXD or .suprior qiialily, A STEAM,
AkuIii lion Waie, Silver Plated Ware, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot, A-. Uapn, Tlio Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cnrtriilges,
I In i I'm Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe t Bolt Tlircndinj,',
llaituian'M Steel Wiio Fence it Steel Wiro .Mats,
Gale City Stone Fillets,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AfiENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I I iWl'ATION
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paint, Oils,
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & (iib'js, & Remington Sewing Machines
Dr. Jayuo & Sons Family Medicines,
in. u. lMshurd WroiiKlit Steel Kangert,
1'ioee.v.s" Twist Diills,
Nonl's Carriago PaintH.
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Machinists' it Pliinibera Tools,
VarnUhes, Lamp Goods and
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