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TUKSDAY, MAU. 11, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY A LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. i SI.
Leave Honolulu ii:im 2:011
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Auivc Honolulu this his
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Aiilic. ,liiiiiin.i....1(i:lK hlH :'.:ls
Leave Miimttin .... 1 1 :(io 1:11 I :in
Auivc Honolulu... ll:lrt '.':;: I I:.".;;
Helir Kiilaniaiiii from llalawa
Helir Kitulkc.iouli fioni Koh.ila
.Mai i'!i II
Htuir Khiiiu fur Hllo and way purl :il
2 i in
.Siuir Wiilnlciile for X:i Iliuill ami
llnii.iiiiaiilii al .'i i in
Slnir Mikuluihi for Kiuiiilii p m
Stuir LIUellKe for Maul at fi in
Helir Kitwailanl for Koolaii
St mi Klluiieu lion for llonoiuii ami IV-
pcekco nt o p in
Schr Mol Waliine for Koholnlele
Stinr .tat Msikee for Knpaa al fi i m
Si'lir I.avlnla for Kwn
Stinr iMoKnlll for .Molokai at ii p in
VESSELS IEAVINR TO-MORROW.
SI mi Polo for Lnti-ilm, Kiil.niliai'
Kiikukui al ." p in
Stinr Hawaii lor ilamaUiia at 10 a in
Haw lk Andrew Welch, .Mar-.t,on, for
For Man! ami Hawaii per Minr Ki
ll Mar 1 1 J Ii Wijj-hi. w ife anil fam
ily, Itolit Voilll-i. .1 A ICoiiiiodv, .1 VI-i-rr.i.
i: I) Iialilwin, Mli'j M IE ami P.
Tin1 .steamers Hawaii anil Pole will
li'avo for llaiiiakiia polls to-moriow.
Tin 'li-aini'i- Iwal.iul will Icavo on (lie
'I'lii' .srlioonur Iviilainanii brought this
morning lii'.M bags 'ii'jar from llalawa,
ami thu liooni'r iCiiiiiUoanull 1MHI b.igs
-'ij;ar froui IColi ila.
Tim Hawaiian iron bail; Audi civ
Wi'li'li, Cat V II Million, will "-nil to
inoirow Willi a full cargo of sugar for
'I'lii' steamer Waialrale. Iiniii'-lil'ilil."')
Iii' Miliar fioni Kauai yi'-tciilay.
Captain Uaiui'i'oii ol tin' "tiMiiu'r Ha
waii ri'ioni!il that a heavy S V hy S
wlml :h hlowlii'i at Maluikotu when
ho pat'O that port at l.'.il) p in, on hi -1
Friday. The harl.eiiline. ICIla wii m
aiii'lior in this hay. On the followili!
inornini at 1 oVloik, wiille olf Keanae
I'olnt, .Maui, the harouieler lTi-teieil
at L"l.i;i! .le-i.
tiiiiTOit Uri.r.r.Ti.N : Apropos ol Uic
(liselostircs of iiitiiiiitlation, corrup
tion and bribery, in election matters,
'lurii'K the recent campaign on Oaliu
and Maui, it might be as well to
mention the fact that the Govern
ment party here was not behind the
times, intimidation being practised
in the most open manner. Ilrd it
not been for the complete collapse
of all its subtle plans, compelling
ils supporters to throw up Hie
Hpongc at a remarkably early hour,
more might have been made of it. '
For the future, measures should be
adopted to prevent any repetition
of any such arbitrary and illegal
methods of controlling voles.
Ivoliala welcomes another addition
to its medical fraternity in Dr. Wed
diclc of Dublin, Ireland, possessing
the highest of testimonials and the
bint of references, lie intends set
tling down amongst us. We have
always felt that this has been one of
our chief needs, although the pre
sent Government physician is most
attentive and gives general salislac
lion, yet his iield of woik is too
large and scattered, which at times
compels him to go elsewhere, leav
ing tho district entirety without a
Mr. Theo. 11. Davies, of the firm
of that name in Honolulu, and Mr.
Young, of thu Honolulu Iron Works
Co., aro in the district, but in spite
of bad weather have managed to
Last week Deputy Sheriff Ashford
Syencer with a parly of constables,
surprised and captured a gang of Chi
namen in broad daylight, distilling
okolthao in the woods, the olllcers'
plans being so well laid and execut
ed as to prevent any show of lesisl
anci'. What is Hie matter with llto I'osl
master General in Honolulu? Thu
tun day mail -.ervice is anything but
satisfactory to those in the country
districts, and Iheui seems to be lit
tli! or no attempt whatever made to
better things. In former times we
were secured a weekly service ; if
Wilder's S. H. Co. were not up to
time, a boat of the Jnter-Islaud
H. N. Co. would bring us mails.
The changes in this department ol
the Government have been anything
but satisfactory. What recommen
dation has the present postmaster of
Koliala for his post, beyond being a
friend of Sheriff Hitchcock. Mails
aro frequently misplaced, which
means in maiy instances a twenty
days service. Probably sonio kind
friend donating a pair of spectacles
would prove a public benefactor. It
is to ho hoped that the day is at
hand, when competence and not po
litical opinions or party friendship,
will bo the ruling standard for Gov
March 7, 1800.
" LOOAL "& aGtlCiCAL SttWSi
A nr.CONJMIA.Vli stiff Is UilMetl.
Itr.c ii'itofirv Hlool;!iolik'ri meet til
Till! noble gainu will be in full
hi ml. in about u month, i'lactiee Ii.ih
A (it.ANCi! at the lii"l p.igo willnhow
when' to go for I'lnluoiiU'iii'tf, imii
bioiilciy lloiiiii'eii, and I.icch.
lr Hui paily who cidlcil al Mr",
l'.'.s Ibis iimiiiing to mm' .1. II. C will
call again he will uvehe .1. H.tVs
-Tin: bail: Xellie May was III! days
out ft out I'uj'ot Hound for H.in Fran
cisco on Feb. 2(i and it was feared
he was lo?l.
Tim ICawaialiaoKeiiiiiuiiy Conceit
js fuilber postponed till S.ittiiday
night. Tickets may he piocureil al
Tim: I'. S. S. lioipiois was KHhIay.i
out fioni Honolulu and not beaiil of
at. lalost dales from Samoa. She
sailed hence Xov. 'JO last.
Tiir. McCloy mentioned in the
Police reeoiil iii seM'enlay's P.uu.i'iiN
is not Mr. A. H. MeClin employed in
the Honolulu lion Winks.
V. V. AsliroiiD leeeived the nomi
nation liifl night for Colonel of the
Hawaiian Voliinleeis over II. J1'.
Ilebbaid by a vote of 10 to II.
Mn. Cluii. W. ICing-loy, deputy
jailer of tbeOabti I'liMin.lias icsigtied
his position owing to ill health, and
has one to the t'nited States to le
eiipeiale. He is Miceeeded by Mr.
W. 10. II. Deveiill.
I). M. Cijowi.iiv, by .1. M. D.iyid
foii, nltorney, has I'liteied an action
ngain.st the Hawaiian (laello l'ub-lis-hiiig
Co. I'm libel, claiiiiingiluinagoK
of if'iO.tMMI. It i,s for an alleged de
famatory atliele published in the 1'.
O. Adveiliser on election day.
Tin: flu km pl.iycm of Honolulu
abound in htieb niiniher.s tb.it it is
thought desirable to oiganie a club
to develop eXi'i'lleiice and fosler in-lerc-l
in the absoibinggaiucof che.s.s.
A liiooling will be called dining next
week of which duo notice will be
It is eaiil by Mr. l.oi-e that no
countiy is so coyy as the Kingdom
of Hawaii, find that is the icumiii
why ho took a i-uddeii notion to
iccioss tho hlorniy ocean. lie avers
no dace is dear as the place he lives
in beiu and that all of the domains
lyingneioss the raging mains held no
chai ins for him to stay fioni Ibis
Tin: hi ig .loliu I). Spieekels, l(i
days fioni Kahiilui, came into colli
sion with the baikeiiline Minion (ioiii
l'uiila Aicnai-, oil" S.ui Fianeisco
Heads on Feb. IS. Thu Million got
the woipo of it, becoming watei log
ged immediately. She was towed in
by Spreckelsnio.s.'tug Reliance. The
Spreckolr, Was able to sail into poit.
Hliu had her bulw.uks, rails and
main rigging on the starboaid side
carried away, and two or tlueu boles
punched in her bull aft.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHQ.
Kxcclsior Lodge No. 1,1. O,
, at 7::S().
Court Lunaiilo, No. (iliOO A,
, at 7 :.'!).
Geo. W. De Long l'ost No. -l.'i
, A. It., at 7:.'I0.
Drill Co. i: Honolulu ltilles,
at 7: HO.
ltuhearsal Mikado Company, at
Ariou hall, 7:'J0.
15y last mail Mr. Gideon West re
ceived news of the death ol his son-in-law,
ltev. T. Tallach, M. A., of
pneumonia following la grippe, al
Mr. T. K. Wall found like many
others thai there is no place like
Hawaii. Ho returned by the Aus
tralia to renew his acquaintance with
thu islands as an abiding place.
Max O'ltcll (Moris. Paul lllouel),
author of "John Hull and His
Island," etc., will probably pass
through Honolulu on an early
steamer for Australia.
Hon. John Dillon and Sir Thomas
Ksnionde were well leeeived and
treated in San Francisco. They
were summoned by Pamell to attend
Parliament so urgently that they
could not till all engagements made.
Thu Honolulu address to the gentle
men is published by the. Call.
Mr. Justice McCully, presiding at
chambers this week, yesterday made
an order of division of live stock,
under the bill in equity for division
and dissolution, prayed for by A.
Marauha against .lohn Hroad. The
dissolution was ordered a previous
day. II. N. Castle for plaintiff; A.
Rosa for defendant.
Thu same Justice to-day heard ar
gument, reserving decision, on peti
tion for writ ot mandamus by Hie
Minister of Interior, L. A. Thurston,
against the Auditor-General, Geo.
.1. Ross. The writ is asked to com
pel thu respondent to audit bills for
pay of prison lunas on tho Volcano
road. Tho question involved is
whether, as Hie Minister contends
for, the payments for prison labor
can bo made from funds other than
those provided by tho appropriation
for tho specific woik. A.P.Poterson,
Deputy Attorney General, appeared
for tho Government, and F.M. Hatch
for the respondent.
Jamicsoii's new yacht built at
.Southampton may try for thu Amer
luil.y itill.UWMiMMMIUlU if. iii
i:ifi in al W tliiklin-"'Yi ride Ti'aMliil
"Wllrtt Is thalr" was the general
exclamation this morning as a mons
trous piece of mechanism without
any premonitory whistles ciine
slowly and surely up Kurt street
from the wharf. And truly it was
a sight to cause wonder. The popu
lace sliiicd in opun-iuoiilhed amaze
ment at this latest "surpiisu party"
of .Air. Dillingham. Mules waved
their ears in graceful abandon, while
horses that had not for ir.on'hs be
trayed enough animation to smile at
oats frantically lore up their hitch
ing posts and disappeared over the
Miniiiiil of Punchbowl, the hitching
posts cleaving the air alter them
like demoralized kites. This last is
only staled on information and be
lief". Anxious to gratify public
cuiiosity the Hrr.i.r.Tix reporter ac
companied the mechanical megalh
eiiiim to the Terminal Depot of the
Oahu Railway & Land Co. When
tlie destination was reached F.ngiti-
eer Fusign descended from his airy
perch and replied to the represent
The contrivance is moved from
place to place on two wheels S feet
in diameter, having a lim L'li inches
in width of half-inch steel. This
lire is stayed by two braces of one
inch by two-inch steel lining the in
terior of the rim like the felloe of a
wheel. The axle is circled by a
double Hanged hub with jamb mils
on spokes each side of flange. The
spokes arc !) feel (i inches in length
and interface by alternate insertions
in thu flanges, crossing each other
so as to strike the band in lines
about S inches apart. Threads and
nuts on the hub end of spokes per
mit an adjustment that not only
strengthens thu wheel but actually
provides for shaping it. So that if
the wheel ever becomes deformed it
may by the use of a monkey wrench
be made round anuw. Two inches
or more of this adjustment is easily
attainable. Thu weight of each
wheel will not exceed 1,000 pounds
and Ihu slicngth afforded by a judi
cious disposition of the strain is
simply marvelous. It takes a little
over twenty-live feet in length for
the wheel to wiite its name on the
ground. Cleats of steel to prevent
slipping cross the wheel rim dingon
ally. "What makes the wheels go
round?" chirped the reporter in sil
very accents of ninety percent fine
ness. Inside the wheel run is a
segment gearing, with cogs ." inches
by 1. inches. This connubiates with
a spur gearing of cogs the diameter
being 1 inches. Referring to the
source of propulsion, a pair of du
plex engines with rated power of
lorly horse power turn the crank
shaft which is invested with spur
gears 10 inches in diameter. These
gears feed intermediate spurs of DO
inches width which in turn drive a
very peculiar combination gear of
spurs on the mainshaft consisting of
two bevel gears facing each other
with four small pinion gears. This
intricate array of cogs permits the
handling of machine rendering turn
ing in small space possible. Thu
engine has a bore of 10 inches and
a stroke of 12 inches.
The boiler is upright and has a
diameter of -18 inches and a bight to
the upper rivets whore the smoke
arch commences of 7 feet. The
smoke arch is about 2 feet in
stature and sports a diamond smoke
slack. The lire box is o feet 0
inches square and 2 feet (J inches
deep diminishing in deptli however
toward ihu boiler. Thu steeling
wheel ' feet in diameter is built on
a similar principle with the drive
wheels and is rimmed by a tire ID
inches in width. Circling this tire
is a llange bar in the centra 2A
inches deep. The frame which con
tains the steering wheel is made of
1 inch by (i inch wrought iron,
braced to boiler by pipes 2A inches in
diameter with solid ends welded on
and also at a different angle by
shorter braces of '2 inch solid iron.
A lly-whecl 48 inches in diameter
with an 8 inch face can be utilized
as a band wheel should the engine
be used for stationary purposes.
This is accomplished by throwing
off the cog gearing which drives the
wheels. A water tank holding say
(iOO gallons liquidates the concern.
This colossal aggregation of me
tal weighs about 12 tons. It is
about 12 feet to the top of tho boiler
and .'! more to the top of the smoke
stack. The extreme length is 22
feet and thu greatest width, 10 feet.
The engineer is perched 7 leet above
Oahu. Further questions elicited
further information. The machine
is called the Remington Patent and
is manufactured by Daniel Rest, at
San Leandro, Cal. Thero are twelve
already in use in that State. This
particular toy is the privatu prop
erty of Mr. 15. F. Dillingham, who
will plow, hoe, reap, harrow, etc.,
with it. Heing of immense power it
is well adapted to a political pull.
Mr. Ku&ign, who is an engineer of
many years experience, will direct
thu erring course of thu monster.
D. McMann for assault on Ka
maua with a bottle was found guilty
end charged 20 and 1. 10 costs.
Sundry Chinamen wcru remanded
to the Rith.
M. Figueirn, for obstructing tho
com so of justice, was lined $10 with
$:).(;() costs and one hour's imprison
ment at hard labor.
FJuvoii accused persons wero re
manded. Two drunks fined SO each.
i'itort amaiios or Hawaiian i.
Thii Satlioan Times contains tho
following royal proclamation:
Notice is hereby given:
The law proclaimed last year, con
cerning the Chinesu, is still in oper
ation, and will be enforced.
I have now added to that law the
following regulations concerning Ha
walians: I I is bti icily forbidden for any
Hawaiian to return again to Samoa;
or for any Hawaiian lately arrived
to remain. They must return to
tin it- proper coiiniry within this pre
This regulation doc? not apply to
those who have been for a long lime
resident in Samoa.
Hut anyone who shall tetiirn to
Hawaii aftei this law is made known
is strictly forbidden to conic back
again to Samoa.
Any Hawaiian infringing this re
gulation, shall be punished by a line
of one bundled dollars ($100), and
shall be peremptorily icmovcil from
M A I.I I! IDA,
The King of Samoa.
Re-nili'iice of the King.
Apia, January 21. 18SK).
A series of regulations is
The first prohibits alienation of
lands by Samoans to foreigners,
whether by sale, moitgage, or other
wise. Kxceptions will shortly be
allowed for town lots at Apia, and
thu leasing of agricultural lands for
a limited term of years.
The second says no arms and am
munition shall be imported into thu
islands ot Samoa, nor there be sold
to, or bought, or bartered by, any
Samoau subject oi other Pacific
Islander, under penalty of a line of
$100 or imprisonment not exceeding
six mouths, or both Hue and im
prisonment, to any Samoau or Paci
fic Islander found guilty, the arms
and ammunition to be forfeited to
The third, with the same penalty
as in thu previous case, prohibits
the selling and buying of intoxicat
ing drink to Samoans and Pacific
The Toiirth forbids riding on horse
back through the main street of
Apia faster than at a walking pace,
offenders being liable to a line of
$10 or in default imprisonment not
exceeding 10 days.
vakious i mis.
A respectable citizen in a letter to
the Times exposes gross blackmail
ing practices on the part of thu na
The U. S. S. Adams left Apia on
two occasions lately on account of.
threatening weather indications.
An Apia firm is buying arms from
the natives, who are offering them
at a very low figure.
Vaisigago river lias repeatedly
overllowed its banks, interrupting
even the ferryboat by the force of
the current. Much damage has
been done to property. Mr. Kd
wards (formerly of Honolulu) lost a
slice off Ins land about a chain widu.
Abnormally wet weather had pre
vailed for two weeks.
Natives have been making money
by recovering portions of Hie pro
pellers ol the wrecked men-of-war.
One piece of composition brought
A correspondent at Ilu o tane,
Savaii, informs the Times that the
natives in that district take little
notice of thu recently-issued pro
clamations. They say, "Oh, the
white men tell lots of lies." They
evidently believe ihc proclamations
have been sent around by some
white men. The natives of Ibis place,
the correspondent says, are very
lazy. They have planted little fcod
anil arc eating up the cocoauuls, so
that there will be very Utile copra
to bo obtained there next year. All
they talk about is cricket playing.
A farewell dinner was given to
Itoberl Louis Stevenson the novelist
Feb. '! on tho occasion of his de
parture for a few mouths. The fa
mous gentleman paid a high tribute
to tho Sainoan climate, giving it cre
dit for the bust health he had enjoy
ed for a long time. It is said that
Mr. Stevenson has bought property
in Samoa with a view to making his
Asi, one of tho chiefs who accom
panied Malicloa in Ins "exile, has
lost his right hand by careless
handling of dynamite in fishing. He
broke the law in using Hie explosive
for that purpose. Asi was one of
the most powerful fighting men,
which is given as the reason nt his
deportation b the Germans.
The Catholic Mission has resumed
woik on the large stone church be
gun in 1831. It is 12(! feet long,
fdi feet wide, and 211 feel high, and
will have a tower of HO feet.
A Chinese leper lately died al
Apia. Ho had a native wifu and
two children, whom the. health au
thorities have reported without signs
of the disease. A Samoan at Fuuu
ganianono is roporled to have lep
rosy. ax i:sii(iitAxr i'iiom Hawaii.
Geo. Glendon, an ex-mcinbor of
the Hawaiian Legislature and for
soino years a teacher in thu Hawai
ian Islands, has wiilleu from Samoa
to Celsor Cicsar Moreno, an ox
Cabinet Minister ot Hawaii, in
Washington. Ho recounts a story
told him by Malicloa when they
wero boat-sailing together, of tho
mlilrcil liy lid; Itiug it'olti
tin tvliOti he wild tliclt n'i
soilel' In lialilshmciil. Malicloa, ac
cording to Ibis, was daily threaten
ed and intimidated by guns and re
volvers being presented al his head
for not signing a dociimeul milking
over the Samoau Islands to Ger
many. Glendon concludes that
"something of the kind is in sloie
for thu Hawaiian Islands." This
man seems to have gained access to
the ear of the Samoan monarch,
which may partly account for the
Hawaiian exclusion proclamation.
Glcndnu has a great giudge against
Hawaii, particularly as to ils judi
ciary. He served a term in prison
here for unlawful handling of school
funds. In Samoa Ik; publishes a
card as an attorney ami shorthand
nr.-AToiXTMi;.vr or suwai.i..
President Harrison lias appointed
Harold M. Sewnll'of Maine as Consul-General
at Apia, The San'
Francisco Call thus refers to the
"Harold M. Sewall was first ap
pointed to the Apia consul-general-ship
by President Cleveland to suc
ceed licrlhold Grecnebauin' of this
city. Sewall s-oou showed thai he
had even more grit than Grecne
bauin, and while the Samoan trouble
was at its height he was recalled by
IJayard. It was generally under
stood after the Rcrlin conference
that Sewall would bo sent back to
Apia after the Senate had taken ac
tion on Hie treaty. His warmest
supporter and admirer was Secretary
Rlaine, who recognised ll.o value of
his services to the country and pro
mised him thai he should have the
place if his inlluence could procure
it. It is generally understood thai
the Republicans in deference to
Hlaine's wishes and Sewall's ser
vices will waive patty considera
tions and confirm him. Mr. Sewall
is still a young man and is connect
ed with Ihc ship-building Sewall
family of Maine."
CiM'lifU-iitf ol' liftfLst ration
of Trade Mark.
Ditm'Tmoxt or tiii: Isiniuoi:. l
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, f
KN'OW all Mou hy llu-e I'li-cut-,
that in accordance with the pro
visions of Section 2, Chapter IV of tho
Si's-lon T.aw of 1SSS, Halt A; Cniiipauv
haw tiled in tins Olllee of the Minister
of the Inteiior an application for the
Registration of a Trade Mark wlieieof
the following is an exact copy:
Tlu-Xlllto loo C'rcnni I'tii'lor-
iiikI 'iiiMly Km-i oi-y.
Which ald application h accompanied
by llie Oath of .lauie Slclncr, a mem
ber of said firm of Halt iV Co., thai
they aie the -oli and orlulnal propile-tor-i
of the lee Cieani, Citndy and Con
fectionery for which Mich Trade Mail.
Is to he used.
Now, Iheiefore, this Ceililleate N to
grant unto the said Halt it Compatij
the exclusive u-e of the said Trade
Mark throughout thu Hawaiian King
dom for thu lenn of Twenty Years fioni
the date hereof.
In witness whereof, I have
. caused tills ('ciiiiiealc to he
,' ' ', issued at Honolulu, Hawaiian
I .,,.., ! Maud-, this Sixth Dav of
1 '"' March. A. I). IS'.lO, and the
,J Seal ot the Depaituient ef
the Interior to he heieto
t'U! 1 w Minister ot the Interior.
rpo rciit for 1 moith a Large
J. lti om cr 11 ill, cillier
ground lloor or upstilr', must
biM'unlially Mttmlcil. -1 l-"i . t f
A N active American, Kii'-Jlshmiii oi
' (Icruuiii, of good hahils mid chai
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can iuriilsh Ursl-cluss lufuicncus, iirij
obtain a permanent situation as (!o.
lector, hy addressing P. O. Uox No.
HOUSE to KENT.
A IjAROK 2 Story House,
2. first class in every res.
pert, with nil necessary out-
buildings, Him hi vii, hhiidu trees, (lower
beds, etc , veiy desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of the l'ost Olllee, will
bo leased for ii'iu or inoio years, at a
reasonable rentil to u elcot private
family. Applv at
HAWAIIAN' IU.SI.KS.S AH KNOW
FiirniHlied House To Let
Widkikl, u two Btorv
HOIIM!, COIlt.lillllll' si
looms nicely furnished, with
kitchen, lanai, hath and survanl'ii iooiih.
atible, ct) , to let for u lew months at a
luiEomihlo rule. Or rooms will he let
slncly with iood tabic hoard.
HAWAIIAN' HITSLVESS AOKN'CY.
Valuable Property For Hale
ON roiuanu Avenue, a
newly liunhlicd 2-sloiy
Hoiiu cniiliihiitii: 8 looms,
kitchen, h.ilhiooin, closets, carriage
house, stable, heneiy, etc. Grounds
contain 2 240 ncies well laid out in
lawn?, elindu and fmlt I ices, (lowers,
elc. Will bo sold low, with or without
fiiinlluie, hor6t'3, carriages, live- stock,
and all tho appointments needed In a
llrbt-elnss luahluiice, ns tho owner in
tends leaving Ihesn Islands.
HAWAIIAN MJSINKSS AOKNCY.
ALARGK assortmentot Photographs
ami Stereoscopic Views of the
most attractive pcenery, buildings, elo,
in thesu islands, for sale at reasonable
'"HAWAIIAN KUSINK-SS AOl'XOW
Corner Koit and Mi'iehaiit Micci.
(harts CO. J
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"V purpose placing in your
iiily liniul. Manv will be 'ultra
bonds of a life insurance society
will not fail upon examination to see ils inlrin-fie merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine l'olicioi will, (as you am
now able to quote the result-, of twenty year Tontines) give you groat
advantages over nlher-i, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on Hitnilar Policies.
"IIKNL'V n. IIYnU,
Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the iinder-
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquilable Life Assurance Society
of thu l'. S. Jan-l-tiO
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lO'.l FOltT STItKKT, HOMILIILII.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
-A FULL AHSOUTMKN'T OF
Colgate tt Ik's Celebrated Perfumes Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
-EB U H A C hee:
WARRANTKH GKNUIXK it IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
K. It. Hi'.MM'., President A; Manager.
(oii'i:i:r I'.itowN, Secretary A; Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oi-ii.ttiri-c!u-ls' Itaiilc, : Fort Street, llonoluln.
l.Ml'OKTKHS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenutno Havilruul China, plain and decorated; and Wedge-wood
Piano, Library it Stand Iinipf, Cbandeliern & Eleetolioro,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortin't of Drills & Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "(iazello" Il-wheeled Kidiue; Plow it Equalizer,
I'lucbeaid Itice Plow, Plantcifa' Steel it (ioo.senei'ked Hose,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Y.iiuinhcb & IJrushes, Manila it Sin.il Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Hose, Howe,
RUIHIKR, WIRE-ROUND of sup'jrior quality, it STEAM,
Af-atc Hon Ware, Silver Plated Wino, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Caitrid;-ep,
Unit's Patent "Duple." Die Slock for Pipe it Holt Threading,
llailnianV Steel Wiie Fence it Steel Wire Main,
Wm. (j. Fihor's Wrought Steel Itance-i,
fiato City Stono Fillerc,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & JNSURANCI- AfJENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
1I.A NTA'I'IO.N -sIJIMl.l .JH.
O.irpenteiN', Ul.ickmnilhs, Machinist.-' it Pliinilmi' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING- GOODS!
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils,
BUke's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gilrts, & RomlDgton Sowing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
Circular to Agents.
hands to offer to the public an Indent
cted by the fact that you are idling the
with lissests over S 105,1)011. 000. 00, and
.Ions K.va, Vice-President.
Cf.on. Ititow.v, Auditor.
Process" Twist Drills.,
Neal'8 Carriiif,'!- Paints.
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Y.irni-die-i, Limp (ioml-i jitul
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