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MOiN'DAY, MAK. 10, 1800.
0A1IU RAILWAY S LAUD COMPANY'S
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Leave Honolulu ninn :;:iii)
Airlvo Mauana '.MIS a: IS
l.eae Mihiiiii: 11:U iMiii
Arrive lliniiiliil Ilrll -IslS
A.M. 1". M. 1'. M.
Lcavn Honolulu... ii::il) liM.M :i:ini
Arrive. Mamma ...10:18 1:18 .l'.IM
Leave .Miiimim.... ll:0ii 1:1.1 I tor.
An lvi Honolulu... II: 18 2:111 IrM
Simr Mikuliiila from Kniini
Stinr Llkellko from Maul
Srlii Mary K I'o-Iit from ICaiial
Siinrlwainni from lliinrd.un
Simr Kilaue.i llou from llninakiiii
Mlmr Wulalealis from Kll.ittca mill Hami-
Hclir Knwallunl from ICuolau
SIMM' HllWilll flOIII Hawaii
St mr Moknlll from MoloUal
Am lik P.nneh Tolhert fiom l'li't
.Minr WO Hall for Lnlintua, Maalioa,
Ivnnn. Kun ami the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Sclir Mllle Morris for Koolau .
Sluir C K P.ishnp for Walanae, Wliiulua
ami Koolau al '.) a m
.Sclir Moi Walilnc for llamal.ua
Miinr.l A Cummins for Koolau al 0 a in
t-chr I. uka lor Koliala
Simr Kaala for Kilaue.i anil llt'tialel at
ii p m
VESSELS IEAVIN3 TO-MORROW.
Stun- Klnau for llllo ami way ports nt
Slnif Walalcalc for Nnwlllwill ami
Haii.iiuaulu air p m
Stinr Mikahala for Kauai. p m
Stinr I.lkcllkc for Maul at 5 p m
s-clir Kawallaul for Koolau
Simr Klliuca Hon for llouoinii ami IV-
peckeo at " p m
J clir Moi Walilnc for ICnbolalde
Simr .las Makt-u for Knpsisi at fi p m
Protu Maul per stinr I.lki'llkc. Mar !
I'JVck, All Kcoliokalole and wife.
A (ironliiKer, S (iililiaul and wife, II S
Dickson, K D lcniiL'v, H I) Walhrlde,
.Miss 1$ l'arke, I) l'or-ler, V O Haruliarl,
I' X .Makee and wife. Mis Alapal, Mis
Kjjerlon, Youiij' Younj;, Mis Kakalaul,
Mrs Kahauiinui, A Dcvcrell.
Prom Jllio and way ports, per tmr
Klnau, Mareli S-Theo HDavlesTU
Davie.-, A Yoiin-j, U I. N lhl. K (!
Hitchcock, .1 II Smiling, K W 1) I.ee, .1
K Slaples, .1 II Cuniining-, M K Iloliue-,
Andrew Mooic, .las Hriht, 0 lv Still
man. K llol-tcln, Miss V, Kauuliaku,
US Kynner.-lev, C Ikrlowlt.. .1 II JNInc
kcn.le, T V Uay, Jtevt! 0-lriun, Tom
May, wife, and child, .1 Uushliighani,
wile ami !l children, and 7!) deck.
Prom San Pranc-eo pel S S Austra
lia, March 81 .MUillif?, wife and J ser
vants, Mrs Oilllg, Aii.-s Croueli. Frank
Utijjer, Geo V NaRle. His P.x O V A-h-foril,
.1 F Merrill, wife, and children,
II (Joodwiii and wife, F S Dod;j;e. wife
and "J children, Mrs P. I vers, A .1 Ivors,
O W Crocker, II V Schmidt, wife and
liuild, A Fowler, Capt II H 1C11N, Miss
FUN, F. C Macfarlane, MUsSwuet, Mis
Amy 1'owler, Mrs Jt MoKenIe and I
children, C K York, K II Ca.stlen, .las A
Kennedy, Miss G K Stiles, Mi-s 1 Jt
Stilus Mrs Andrews, Mrs II V. Alexan
der. Kwald Kleluan, 11 l.o-e, IC Podeyn,
.) llolinsr, Mr AV F Do Forest. Mrs A
I.usk, Thos K Wall, K Sliaw. MUs U A
Caller, U 11 lMn, K H Slackahle. T K
Mooiu. MI:S Itoheits, .1 1' Uavlil. W
c, juh Jtoneus, .i i- uavm.
unison, Ants I. A Whiting, V A
lug, T A Ca.-di, K W IVlurion, MU
hiiiton, .1 11 L'riee, Captains Cogau,
Itlclianlson. Ants I, A Whltln-', V A
A l Simmons u A i i-nor, w it i-.ius,
1. O Owen, Whltehlilcs. Laphain, W
Howland, J G linker, K G i'onnlnian
and U 11 Foley and 111 steerage.
From Kauai pur stinr Walalcalc, Mar
10-Hous G N and A S Wilcox.
From Kauai per stinr .Mlkaliala. Mar
!) K M Wal-h, Hon H 1' llaldwln, W
lllai'-dcll, Mr Hunter, C A Peacock, A
IVlltc, wife and child. Ciipttdn and
ciew of schooner I.eahl, and 'J." deck.
For San Fiauel-co per It M S.S Ala
meda, Mar U-A A Pond, .1 C Shaftcr,
A llioe-seau, l)r Derr, wife ami child,
MNs Mahel llliodes, Mi.s Coiugton,
.ludgu Deady ami wife, C H Plait, wife
and child, M V Holme., K Spilug, .1 H
Jticker, ii J I.cvcy, Miss McComher, C
Jt Snevd-Kviineisley and wife, Captain
Woliluioulli, A Mooic. Mls Kuimeluth,
Mrs K Macfurlane, Mrs Kenuey, U M V
Forsler, Mrs JlcCailney and 8 steerage,
passengers and lil eahln and :i steuragu
Fiom tlic Colonics per S S Alameda,
Mur 711 I) Warne and wife, Mr and
Mrs Kcley and son, .las Morris F ltay
luoud, A Garnln, and 01 cahlu ami lit
jteeragu passengers lu (ruH-.lt.
Foi"Uaul and Hawaii per W G Hall,
m,u. ioMr lliiekholt. ami wife, Mr
Harris A A Todd, . I K Xahale, G Mc
Doiigall, Mrs Taylor and daughter, Col
SXonls, KG Illicheoek. A Mllhiins, .1
W Suiilli, Jlcv O P Kineifon and fttl deck.
The I.lkcllkc brought ll:w bagsMtgni,
l'j'.i hides and IIS pkgs Mimliics,
The. Kiuau's cargo was as follows : 1)011
hags sugar, )2."i bags squid?, ." horses and
luo pkgs sundries,
'lliu American :!-mntcil topsail fcchr
Itosalhiil, Captiiiu l.i' ItallMcr, was to
lally wrecked .Ian -'Dili, ! miles above
q'liu Prcnoh hark Delphlno Melinite,
which was here last year, was iccently
wrecked at Tacmu-liaiie, on the Iilsli
The steamers Hawaii, Kllnuea, iwa
lanlaiullVhi brought lillll.ii.'iiMl. HUl.iind
loill bugs sugar icspectlvuly from lla
makiia. 'lliu Hawaii landed 100 head
cattle at Kalaupapa from Kawiilhae.
Tim Oceanlo Steamship Alameda, II
t! Morse, commander, sailed yesterday
morning tor San Francisco with the fol
lowing cargo from this port: II A Ide
inauu, :I5(W hags sugar; 10S bunches
bananas; domestic value was 21,8Uii.
She had also cargo in tianit from the
11 M S Penguin, composite sloop, 7
gnus, 11.10 tons, 1110 h. p., lias been
eoinniKsloned for survejing In thu
South Paclllc. It Is understood thu ves
sel will hu employed surveying thu pro
posed ciiblu route.
Newcastle, N S W culled for Hono
lulu, Dec '.'3, bkt m' Ibiele .lohu; .bin
2.', simnjlobcil. tfnaile: l-Vli I, lutk
Calbari "I I'obO. bktiiti ilolin Wordier.
In poi t .f tin 'll, cclir Oeuuim Vutiuct Hi"
Anlvcd l'eb 20. simr Pole. Suiltii.
nlir Kiilniuunu, ltotli frr.m Honolulu.
March I. simr Kluiiii fiom Honolulu.
Miueh 7, liiir Klnau from llllo ami
Milled Pol 27, stinr Pelii for Kukul
haclciiud way poll, sclir Kulamanu for
March I, stiur Klnau for llllo anil
March 7, elinr Klnau for Honolulu
ami way noil".
WIC1IMAN-WOI1IC-AI Oakland. Oil..
I-Vbrtinrv 2()lh. Ilcnr.v V. Wichmun,
of Ilonuiuhl, to Mls llatllc Woik,
TMI ! ! I I wmM HIIIIIMIUIHIIIMMt M
DAMON' -lu Honolulu, March mlr. to
tin-wife of lll Excellency S. .M.
Damon, n sou.
MTLHlt-At Pa'iiih.iu, Hawaii, Feb.
12 It li, Mr-", llaltlc llullcr, iicil iiiJ
veais. wire or 11. Ii. llllllcr, loim
iuly of SprcckoUvlllc. Maul.
ItOYD Al (Icncva, Ontailo y., X. V..
on Kchruarv IU, IS'.iii. Kcv. .lames
II. llovtl, I). 1)., falhcrof Mrs..). II.
I'rall 'of Alli.inv. X. Y..aml or Mrs.
A. F. .Iiuld of Honolulu.
iK.r At St. Andrcishcrt,'. Ourmany,
on .laimarv tit!, 1S!M. Mr. (Il-oic II
(Iran, Ir'IovciI fatlu;r or Miss I..
Orau. Iluualcl. Kiiiial,aud Mr. (ico.
K. (Iran, Honolulu.
I1ATKS '" San Pranclsco. I'chiuary
l!:id, at tlio iv-1'lcncp of her oii-Iii-Isivv,
Mis. A-hcr It. Hales, mother of
Mrs. Theodoic I-:. Smith, Morr's,
Mar-'hall and Mary Hale-, aj;ed 70
years and '-' moiil li.
(SinVl-'IX On hoard tlic S. S. Austra
lia, out-ldc ot Honolulu harh r,
March 7lli, al - p in., .lohu (iillllu,
iUalleim.istcr nil that e-el, a na
liwof 1'iluee Kdwiinl Nland, fii
nada. LOCAL & GENEHAL NEWS.
Tin: AtiKtialiu will i-ail n.s per an
iioiiiicenienl on Friday, March Mth.
Tin: l'.icilic Haniw.iro Co. haw ic
ceived nnolhi'i lot of llaittiiaun door
Iah. V. Morunii will sell fiiiiiiluiu
of Krank (iiinhii, Weilni'MLiy, ltli
i lis t.
l'l'KSKit .Sutton of lliu Alameda
lias our llianks for Aii.Mialian papers
and other news favoi.s.
DksI'ITIMIic latu scvi-io kIoiiii tlio
IraiiiH on tin' Oaliu Kailw.iy & Land
Co.'t- track hip running lejjulaily.
Tnui:i:au(l u lialf inches of rain
fell in four hours at Halfway house,
Niiuaiut valley, Fiiday. That niht
Hid wind at tlic tiaini! placo Idew o()
miles an hour.
Piior.Jf Donaldson will ho at the
M .Villi! Cluh hoat house al cix o'clock
this evening to meet Mich iiicuihcrs
as aio desiioiiK of forming a.clay.s in
sparling. Mi'inher.s only of lliu
club are invited to attend.
Tin: reef gentry arc engaged in
smoothing tlio l'uiichhowl highway
coirugated to fcoino extent by tlio de
parture of largo iimntities of slick
ens, lu u Minrt time it will lie ready
for newspaper commendations'.
Sam ICawebiwa, a native boy, was
thrown under the wheels of a Hawai
ian Tramways Co. water sprinkler,
which passed over bis light leg.
Death lesulted at the (Jueeu's Hos
pital at -1 :!i0 o'clock. An inquest will
be held to-morrow.
Tin; Oaliu Railway & Land Co. has
given a conduct to .1. A. Dower lo
construct a lloating bridge for the
projected wharf. Uy it cars laden
with bananas will be urn on bo.ud
lightens, (.o as to bo placed beside Hie
sui p without in toi mediate handling of
A I'osTrAiin from Koloa, Kauai,
8th, says: "March 5 at noon another
Hood. In the evening at 10 o'clock
the second Hood. March 7 al six in
tho morning the tliiid Hood. Damages
not. known yet. At pietent heavy
winds, changing from southeast to
south and southwest and west."
Mh. F. M. Walsh, manager of the
new Mnkiiwcli plantation, on Kauai,
in lived yesterday morning on tho
Mikahala. Uo repoits progiess of
woik on the dileh and says about
100 acres of eano aru planted. Tlio
country about Koloa has suH'ercd
gieat damage and the I.iliuo dam
has again been swept away.
Mkssii.h. II.' W. .Schmidt and 11.
Lost; kindly renicnibcicd tlio ISn.i.r.
'i i n when far away, saving London
papers ami Aiueiican papeis all
along the lino for its benelit. The
budget makes a Hue collection, in
cluding some of llio iiianiniolh Sun
day editions of the gieat Anieiican
dailies. The gentlemen have our
Tin; bark Allien llcsso had a
elrango cxpeiienco with a slunk on
her latest voyage bunco to San Fran
cisco. A shall: !50 feet long swallowed
tho brass log, and Capt. Howard or
dered all bands on deck. The log
was tint :()() feet and the shark was
hauled up lo within twenty feel of
the ship, when of a sudden thu lino
gave way, and the ciew were down
mi the deck in aheap. The slunk
had bitten tlio ropo in two.
A rrriZKN on Hurolania stieol was
distuibed Sunday morning at 1:1")
o'clock by a noise outside. Gii.iug
out of the window bo witnessed an
aH'ray between tbreo men, on tho
two to ono principle, Tho battle
piogri'8sed with great vigor for a few
moments when an abrupt withdrawal
of forces took place. They beuincd
to bu white men. The iiU'uir seems
lint to havo atliactcd Ihe attention
of the police.
A PERILOUS ADVENTURE.
(iti'iinltla Account tit'llns Stvenw V,i
i nr tho llltoltrocW MiotliciM
oil the Votcatio iSoail.
On Krlilny of lust week, tlic Klicr
lll', K. O. llltclicouk, lmvltig business
tibtuit moving the Jail on the Vol
eano Hoad, leftlown with his bro
ther, I J. II. Illtuhi'ock, who was In
have charge, during the alueitee of
the Sheriff on his quaitcrly tour
aiounil the island, early that fore
noon. As I buy drove out in their
buggy, with a span of horses attach
ed, ihey found no water on the road,
but after doing their work, on their
way home, when Ihey came to the
lirM. hollow thU side of the woods,
they found a sea of water over the.
roadway. They, however, drove
cautiously in, "ami succeeded in
closing that safely, although the
water cune into the buggy box.
On turning this next corner In Hie
road, Ihey beheld another sea ahead
of them, but supposing it to bo no
.deeper than this llrst, again tried to
cross. Un gelling aiiout naiiway
over they found that Ihe water was
so deep," that the horses would have
to swim. Just al that time, not
knowing exactly when: the roadway
was, Ihey drove too near Ihe edge,
and soon all were alloat in water
about nine feet deep. The buggy
snagged on a bush, only about ten
feet from a large ohia tree. Here,
they went to work to cut. the horses
loose, mid while the Sheriff was
cutting one of the horsos loose, his
brother held their heads out of wa
ter, both being all the time on the
swim. After getting one horse
loose, the oilier lloundercd about
aud got his head drawn under the
water and was soon drowned. The
brothers, being well nigh exhausted
willi their labors, rented awhile on
the buggy top, which was just
above water, and then the Sheriff
started to get his hat, which was
Hunting a little distance off, and his
brother, not feeling able to swim
across the pond, went for the ohia
trees, and had just reached one
about tired iiil wilh his swim, when
he heard his brother cry out, "Dave,
I'm ilrowning." hooking back he
saw his brother was pilikia, and bo
ing unable lo reach him, unless sup
norted. nianaired to net hold of a
small log and pushing it out before
him got to the drowning man be
fore it was too late, and after a
slow swim back Ihey reached the
trees, completely used up. After
restiHg a while, with the aid of the
trees, they readied the shore, and
soon the Sheriff lost consciousness.
After coming to, the one barehead
ed and the other barefooted com
menced a three mile walk, to Ship
man's innch. It rained heavily all
the time and they were thoroughly
chilled. On iiearing Shipnian's
ranch, a kanaka rode up and they
got him to go back and get from the
ranch some conveyance to take tlicni
lo town. Not long after a brake
drove up, and getting in the almo-t
drowned men reached their homes.
At the present time they do not
seem to be much the worse for their
accident, but it was a very narrow
escape for them both. fllilo He
cord, Mar. -I.
A Japanese at l'apaikou, the
other day, was ordered inlo town to
see the doctor, as he was complain
ing of feeling unwell. This it seems
he didn't want to do, and preferred
to try hanging, but was found in
time to cut down and save.
Tho past week has been one of
very heavy rains, accompanied with
much thunder and lightning. This
morning is cleai, and the mountains
show a vor heavy coat of new
The party of "Raymond tourists"
that landed in our little town last
week for a day's run, cxpiessed
themselves delighted wilh their view
of the Volcano and were loud in
their praises of the volcano road,
through our woods. 'When finished
the drive itself to the Volcano will
be an added attraction to tourists
coming here. Give us a good wharf
and a good road to thu Volcano and,
within a few years, there will bo a
steady stream ol visitors here. Why
cannot the Oceanic Co. steamers
then touch here on their way down
and back? The inter-island travel,
on our rolling boats, is a great
drawback now and deters many
from coming to our islands, who
would otherwise come.
We trope the coining Legislature
will see the necessity of putting up
a llrst class wharf here, alongside of
which thu largest steamer can safely
tie, Thcru h no doubt that if thu
wharf is built within the next year
the llilo aud Ilamakua raihoad will
soon after bu staitcd. We aru
pleased to know that Mr. Davies,
who has lately visited us, is decid
edly in favor of the immediate com
mencement of the railroad. And it
is bound lo come in a short while.
fllilo Uecord, Mar. -1.
The schooner I.eahi returning
from Js'awiliwili to Iloiioluut en
countered a sudden squall and sea
swell from the southeast and was
driven with such violence against
the rocky coast at the entrance to
Nawillwili Hay as to completely
shatter its hull. The Captain,
labia, aud ten hands fortunately
escaped and wuro rescued by tlio
Mikahala. Thu vessel belonged to
the licet of Allen & Robinson, Tho
schooner and cargo a,re totally lost.
PiMiHint Keil of the Austialia has
our thanks for San FrnncWcn papeis
and other news favors,
Moiled ClabiiM r.ir iter jJiMslan
Slit; O.uiien to Nuimc tlin ,Vtclt.
A trim figure neatly attired in I
black sitting on thu upper verandah
of tlio Dudoit Cottage responded to
the salutation of the lln.i.r.riN re
presentative this morning. So man'
accounts of the personal appearance
of Sister Rose (.lertrudu have been
published tiiat further similar men
tion is unnecessary. In a quiet
manner, at limes eloquent wilh reli
gious animation and enthusiasm, (he
sister told her story. Shu is greatly
disturbed by the notoriety which at
tends the consecia'Iou of her life to
this work. Long ago thu noble ex
ample of Father Damien had lilied
her with a desire lo devote her life
to thu alleviation of s lll'ering. About
seven years since she formed thu
resolution to conic to Hawaii in thu
capacity of nurse. Accordingly
she went through a course of pre
paration to lit her for her duties.
In reply lo a few questions con
cerning her religions convictions and
professions, the sister staled that
she is a Roman Catholic. She is a
member of the Third Order of the
Order of St. Dominic. This does
not constitute her a member of the
sisterhood as generally understood.
Shu is neither restiicted lo a cloister
nor restrained in the matter of
costume. Her obligations do not
impose retirement from the world.
She is still of the world though con
secrated to a particular work. She
is at liberty to mingle socially with
others so that her design is not lost
sight of. All the religious observ
ances imposed bv Ihe church apply
to her. Shu is not limited in her
mode of travel as sisters are and has
committed no breach of i tiles and
obligations in traveling without the
escort of sisters. Her mission has
the sanction and blessing of the
Sister Rose Gertrude is exces
sively annoyed at the sensational
prominunce given to her mission by
Knglish and American papers. She
attributes it to the kind recognition
of the Prince of Wales. She has
not come wilh the design of making
scientific tests and experiments.
Shu is engaged by thu Hoard of
Health as a nurse, and will maku no
experiments and introduce no inno
vations unless under medical direc
tion. She has made a study of
Pasteur's theories to lit her more
lully for the duties of nurse and not
for thu purpose of inaugurating fresh
methods of dealing with thu scourge
In regard to whether she would
locate at Kalihi or Kalawao the
sister said she is at the disposition
of the Hoard. She came with the
expectation of being assigned to
Kalawao and has no desire to Hindi
from the ordeal in store. Shu has
fully counted the cost of separation
from the world and the lonely life
at the leper settlement has no terrors
for her. She requested the lluu.i:
tix to deny the Advertiser's state
ment that she is accompanied by a
lady correspondent lo report her in
stallation. Her installation is a
quiet matter of business with the
Hoard of Heath and the lady in
question simply represents a news
paper. Her arrival at thu sainu
time with the sister is simply a coin
cidence and has no other signifi
cance. The sister has in her possession
many presents for the lepers from
wealthy people in England. There
is a widespread feeling of interest
in that country on the subject of
leprosy which engages nobility "and
middle class alike. According to
Hie Kxaminer liberal responses to the
appeals of Sister Rose Gertrude were
made by Amciicans at New York,
the donations ranging through every
form of clothing and even including
sums of money. The arrival of
Miss Fowler naturally recalls the
offer of Miss Nellie Slavin to devote
her life to the sainu work. Miss
Slavin offered her services to Father
Damien direct, who referred tlic mat
ter with his warm endorsement lo
the llishop of Olba. The Hawaiian
Government declined the proposi
lion pending arrangements for a
colony of the sisterhood on Molokai.
Nothing daunted Miss Slavin em
barked from' Liverpool with thu in
tention of becoming a member of
the Franciscan Order at Syracuse,
New York. Her age proved to be
a bar to her candidacy and she gave
up the design of exile and devoted
herself to lectin ing on Kalhcr Da
mien. rur. srsrr.u Assmxcn.
From the President of the Hoard
of Health it is learned Hint Sister
Rose Gertrude has been assigned to
assist Dr. Lutz in Hie prosecution of
his researches and experiments in
tho treatment of leprosy at the Ka
lihi Receiving Hospital. A neat
collage will be erected for her occu
pancy on thu suspect side of tlio
grounds. Sister Rose will distribute
a portion of tho prosents resulting
from foreign generosity at the Ka
lihi hospital and will forward the
remainder to thu Mother Superior
Marianne at Kalawao for her judi
cious apportioning. The board will
make all reasonable provisions for
the sister's comfort and a horse will
be allowed for her use.
In this connection it is proper to
.statu that the accommodations for
confirmed lepers are exhausted a,t
the Receiving Hospital. Tho board
by a. regulation forbids the viumbor
f absolute lepers at tho hospital to
exceed twenty. As thu fill) quota
is now receiving treatment, such
cases as fidt under Ihe board's atten
tion will bo at once forwarded, to.
IJ, Tl WATERHQUSE
Wl hereafter utiilit n npeclnlty
Crockery, Cblnawarc, Glassware and
Show rooms ovir the li.iiihvaru depart
riiuut, ( i'let ii street.
JUr A lnrgu mid (omp'ele stock Im
pelled till eel from the iiiaiiiihicliiri'ri
and now lo hand bv iccoiit arilv.ds.
An inqi'Ttlnn is solicited. I'.Ki lv.
Orniioalu ol'4 Itcist ration
of Trmlo "AS ark.
Di'.imiitmuxt or Tin: Imt.uiok,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
KNOW all Men by the-e Pic-ent-,
that lu accordance with the pro
visions ot Section ', Chapter IV of the
Session Law of 18S4, Halt - Company
hae tiled hi the OUIco of the Mlnl-McY
of thu Interior an application for the
tcgitmtinii of a Trade .Mark whereof
the following Is an evict copy:
Till' I'2llt! ! Cl'i'Ulll I'll cloc-t
nml t 'nail y I'iicIoi'.v .
Which said application is accompanied
h the Oath o .lames Slelner, a mem
ber of "aid linn of Hart .V Co., thai
they are the Mile and original propiie
tors of the lee Cieain, Candy ami Con
fectionery for which such Trade Mruk
is to be iM'd.
Now. therefore, this .Certificate is lo
grant unto the said Hart & Company
Ihe exclusive Use,' of the aid Trade
Mink tlnoughout the Hawaiian King
dom for ihe term of Twenty Ye.ir fiom
the dale hereof.
lu witness whereof, I have
caused this Ceilillcale to be
' " '.. ls-ned at I
'u' f March. A
,J Seal of t
Issued al Honolulu, Hawaiian
this Sixth Day of
A. I). IMIII. and Ihe
the Henartineut of
the Interior to hu hereto
'.Hi lw MliiMci' of the Interior.
J")Y u Married Man at outside ceiieral
J labor and by his wife to do Ik.ihc.
work. Apply at "No. H.1 Fort Mi cut.
A PINK Noimaii
Imiki u to carriage oi
sound; a hirgaiu
a. Jet A
for baggage wa
gon; Island Mock pro
lericd. Apply at lids
iilllce. 1ST !
riM) rent for 1 iro'ilh n Large
-L Hi om (r II i.l, cither
ground Hour or upstairs, must
be centrally M'.imteil. '105 tf
TO IjET or LEASE
ON Yiuiiiir street, opposite
Ice Works, a Small
ColtiiKO coiitiiinini: -1 lot'iiH;
huge Mahli! and ynrd, artesian water
luiil on; very dcslr.ible for hack orilray
busiiies. Applv to
l'O tf At K. u. Hall it miii.
Ileal Estsite For Salo.
rI"VVO Houses and
X Jtobclln l.une,
Convenient to sleam mid train
cira. Very healthy locality. J.ot oi
King street, ne ir HiiniaitkiiV Iiiie. For
particulars apply to
.IOIIN F. HOWIiEH.
OrClms.T. Oulick. -ino'im
AN active Amviiean, Knlhhiuaii or
(iermaii, of good luiliits and char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, anil
can furnish tlrs'-chiss iclciences, rimy
obtain a pcniuineiit situation as Col.
lector, by addressing P. (). Hox No.
HOUSE to KENT.
AIjAKUB 2 Story House,
llrM class in cveiy res.
ncct, with nil nucessarv out.
Imildliigs, tine luvii, shade tiees, Mower
bed.-i, elo, very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of the Post Olllce, will
hu leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a helecl private
laiuilv, Apply at
HAWAIIAN ItUSINKSS AfiKNCY.
Fiiriiislied House To Let;
AT Wnikiki, a two story
lloiihe, cout.iining sl
rooms nieelv furnished, wilh
kiicheu. lanai. hath and servant's rooms,
stable, etc , to let for a luw mouths al ti
reasonable rate. Or rooms will he let
binuly wilh liood tulile hoard.
HAWAIIAN MTSINKSS AGENCY.
ValuailaFropert y For Sale
ON JSiiuiuui Avenue, a
newly furnished -'.Mory
House contiilnliii! 8 tyo'Tis,
kitchen, ti.illiiomu, closets, carrlinio
house, p table, henery, o"c. (Iioiiuds
contain 2 2 10 nnes, well laid out in
luwii?, (.Initio mid fruit Irccs, lloweis,
do. Will bo hold low, wilh or without
furniture, borces, carriages, livo stock,
nml all thu appointments needed in a
llrst-cinss leslilence, as the owner in.
lends li'iivlni' tlicfo IrIiiiuK
HAWAIIAN MJSINESS AOENOY.
I Hi and Views.
A LARGE assortment ol Photographs
ami .Stereoscopic Vluws of the.
most attractive, tceiieiv, buildings, etc.,
In these Islands, for salo at reasonable
'"HAWAIIAN 1HJSINKSS AOKNOY.
Corner Foil and Meicliaul Mieels.
Society of the
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
"We purpose placing In your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity l'.ond. Many will bu attracted by thu fact that you are selling the
boiids of a life insurance society with asscsls over S 10."), 000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination lo see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
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 results on .similar Policies.
"1IKNRY Ii. 1IVDK,
V3T Send for illuslralive pamphlets, or call in person on Hie undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kquitablc Life Assurance .Society
of the l S. Jan-l-'JO
lOil FOItT STUKKT, HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A FULL ASSORTMENT OF-
Colgate (JaY Celebrated Perfumes iS Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
-EEEB U H A C HF-
WAItltANTHU C1KNIMNH St. IN (JUANTITIKS TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
V.. It. Hi:sm:v. President A; Manager.
(ioiirur.V I.kown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
0i. Sii'!t'Iul.s It:ink, : Fort Strret, Honolulu.
I.MPOKTFH.S arrd DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwcml
Piano, Library St Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Electoliorn,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A coiupleto assoitni't of Drills St Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "(l.i.ello" IJ-wbceled Ridine; Plow it Equalizer,
liliiebeaid lijee Plow, Planters' Steel .t Cloosenecked Hose,
LAUD, CYLINDER, ICEROSENE, LINSEFD,
P.iiiiln, VaiiiUliCH St. Hrushes, Manila St. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Hose,
UUP.P.ER, T1 RE-HOUND of supoiior quality, St. STEAM,
Apito Hon Wine, Silver Plated Wain, Table it l'oekel Cutlery,
Powder, Shut it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartiiiltfen,
AGKJi 'X'ff XO It
Hint's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Holt Threailine;,
IliirlmauV Slcel Wiio Fonco it Steel Wiro Main,
Win. U. Fislier'rt WrouyliO Steel Rangex,
(Jalo City Slone Filleif,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
iiov-2!)-S!) Neal's Carriage. Paints.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & rNSUUANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
C.irpcnteis', ltlae.kMiiilhs', .MauhiuisU' St. Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS !
Kitchen Ulensils, l'.iiuls, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
Mike's Sleam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals, ' '
Wilcox & Ulb'js, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
Ioiin' F.xa, Yleo-President.
Cecil. ISiunvx, Auditor.
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