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AVI5I)N15SI)AY, MAR. 12, 18!)0.
OAIIU RAILWAY A LAND COMPANY'S
TIM 12 TAIJIil2:
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Aitlvu Miiii-itiii !):IS -.'its
Leiivi'Mmiaiii 11:110 -I:n0
Aiilvo Mmioliilii 11:13 lils
a. jr. im. r. m.
Leave Honolulu... !i::io r-".:;o :i:iio
ArilvisMaiiana ...1(1:18 1:18 ililH
Leave Mauniia.... 11:00 1:1.1 ho;,
Anhe Honolulu. ..11:48 'J:l l:,:l
Mm oh 11!
Stinr.l A Cummins fiom ICoolau
Am wli h'c llunii'i' fi oui a cruise
Schr S.unli & 1211si fiom K'ooI.iii
Stinr Polo for Lnhahin, Kukiilhnolc ami
Kiiknlau ni:i pm
Slmr Hawaii for liamakmiat 1() a m
llnw lik Andrew Welch, Mai 'Ion, for
Schr l.avinla for En
rtehr Kuwallaui for Koolau
Stmr.l A CiiiiiiiiIik for I2v.i
Schr Knullhu for Iv'aiiai
w VESSELS LEAVIN3 TO-MORROW.
Siieiir Kiil.iiu.iiiM for Kolinl.i
Slmr Iw.ilaiil for l.ahaiiia and Ilinin-
kua al to a m
Srlir Kaullvi'.ioiili for K'oliala
Am tern A'c.ilile, Smith, for I'm I Town-
l''or Kiiual per slim- Mlk.ilinlu, Mar 11
12 M Walsh, Miss Walsh, Mr (JaiNeii,
K A Regit, Mr Awana ami 40 deck.
Tor Maul per lUmr Ltkollkc, .Mar 11
Hon II I Unldwln. Mi -i.l V Kalua. It
1) Wullnldge; 11 G Alexander ami III)
l'or San riniiiico per lik Amliew
Welch, Mar U' C (! Mutton ami .1 II
For wiudwntd ports perstmr Hawaii,
Mar 1'J-Dr Kimball, Or l.ut. S.stcr
Kose Gcitrudc, ami .Mis. Winifred
The Hunter and other wlinlliighmko
were eiulsiu; off poit tlii afternoon.
The Ameiicau Milp Mystic Hull has
Iktii cedd in lloston and will be cut
down to a coal liaise. She w!is out heio
1! j ears aj;o from 2Suv Yoik eoiIgned
lo' i alle A; Cooke.
Thu American tern Alcalde. Captain
Smith, will sill to-monow- in Imllast
for l'ort Town-end to load lamliur again
for this poit.
The Haw iron hark Andrew Welch,
Capt W H Mitrstou, alled this after
noon for San Francisco with 2U,l'Jl hugs
sugar weighing :i.t!)!),;.ir pounds, and
valued at !jll!),4:i.i:i. The caigo wa
'hipped as follows: C llicwer & Co,
la.lllt hags sugar; Castle Ac Cooke, L'.
018; Theo 11 DinirsiVs Co, :i,L'57; and
V A Sehaefer Ac Co, 7."05.
The Am hk Kuocli 'I alhot, Capt Win
tlioadcs, was tow ed into pm l yetei day
afternoon hy the etmr twalaul. She
was !l(! days from l'oit Town-end with
I lie follow ing cargo consigned to Messrs
Allen Ac ltol)liioii: S10,:il(l ft luinher,
11,110 stepping, (i,'.T)0 pickets, and 200,
000 cedar shingles. The Knoeh Talbot
is docked at Allen & Itob.nson's w harf.
Hoys' Y. JI. C. A., p. m.
Ladies' Altar Society, 2 p. ii.
Itcgular cash sale, by L. J. Levey,
10 a. in.
Sale 2C4 sacks damaged sugar, hy
J. V. Jlorgan, 12 m.
Of the whaling captains anived
hy the Australia to meet their ves
sels, Capt. Jas. II. Knowles is mas
ter of the hark Lydia, Capt. Joshua
G. llalccr of the Itcindeer, Capt. L.
C. Owen of the Sea Hanger, Capt.
1C. IS. Laphani of tlio Alice Knowles,
Capt. William H. Kills of tlio Helen
Mar, Capt. Cogan of the II inter,
Capt, A. T. Simmons of the Nottli
erii Light, and Capt. Wliitcsides of
the Uelviilcre. Tlio following have
also arrived: C. A. Fisher, second
mate of tlio Northern Light; E. G.
rcniiiman, boat header, and Silva,
second mate, Kcindeer; V. IIow
land, boat licadcr Alico Knowles;
and C. II. Foley, boat header Sea
Hanger. These vessels arc daily
expected. The Hunter and two
others are off port this afternoon.
Several of the captains arc staying
at the Eagle House.
An advertisement in a paper
Is a ciy simple thing;
I'o it round or "ipniip oi taper
ing, It has the Sjiiinu elcarrlng.
At Ih st t seems to pas you by,"
' Qi- draws hut flight attention,
Tim iicMyoti know you liijvn n tiy
To kci'ji fiom making uli'iilhni
Of what It says. Then it conii"
A little iivnror to you,
And you aid foieed to iceognlo
It's trying liai d to do you.
Hut when for hiihhiess it Blurts out
Xo mercy does It glvu ;
11 simply plays with you a -while,
Then hits you where you live.
Stoves and Uaidwaie.
Here lies the body of Mosos Draper
fTiead softlv vo who iiass)
Who lluil till sixty without a paper
Ami then blow out the gas.
Hock Yal.ey HegUter.
"Aro you writing mucli funny
matter now, Mr. Laffcr?"
t'Jot a great ical. sprained
piy ' li'ninor wrist." Ycnowino's
15. T). Davs, manager of tlio cele
brated Inquisitador sugar estate on
the Oroya load,' l'ciu, has been way
ajd, robbed and murdered in broad
daylight, while going from tho de
pot wjth the money to pay the plan
tation employes. He came fiom
Virginia six years, ago,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Iiohcr nio wanted
1 loi.t.isi t:tt it Co. announce
pollution of jiliutonipliurt Mock.
i -- hi -
Thi:i:i: was inoio lain lust night
nnil moist weather 1ms picvitilcd to
day. Mvil Lodge No. 2, K. nf I'
fern the Amplified Tliiid Kant
Ax adjourned meeting of Engine
Co. No. L will bi! held this evening al
7 ::WJ o'clock.
Mil. II. W. .Si'hinidt has lOMiined
his functions as Consul for Norway
Foiiiiigx money ordcis - ill ho
issued nt the Poslolliee tnitil-1 o'clock
p. in. to-monow.
Tin: (lovcinment school will close
on Fiiday, April llth, to ie-opeii
Mondav, Apiil 28(li.
Tin: Muniifaiitiioi.s' Shoo Co. an
nounce ihn iceeipt of thousands of
siiocs for all soils of feet.
David Kealohapauolo adu-itisos
thai ho will not ho lesponsihlo for
dehts conducted without his written
Tin: J)iiiiioMie, French llngship on
the Pacific Million, was spoken in hit.
Ml' Jj2' S., long. Til , hoinewaid
TlllKTV volumes nupo of the
Federal Repoils (United Stales) have
hprn leeeived foi tin I.uw Liluiny hy
Tin: nieeling of the Hoys' Y. M.
C. A. postponed last week will lake
place at thn looms Unco o'clock to
M. Gouiiimici is getting a line lino
of new clothing oil' the steamer,
fuithcr paitieukirs of which will
sliotllv he tidveilUod.
Miss Itegina llothchild will en
deavor lo eiieiinitiot the globe, stall
ing eastwaul fiom Taconia, Washing
ton, in (1 days. 01 she don't accom
plish the feat.
i ....i p .. '
Tin: Ladies' Altar Society will meet
to-monow afteinoou at 2 o'clock at
the Convent. Olliceis aio to ho
elected and other impoitant business
tiaiisactcd. A full attendance is
At the election of ollicers for tho
People's lee and Hefiigerating Co.,
W. O. Smith was chosen l'lesident;
lona. Austin, Vice-President j (1. V.
Castle, Secretaiy; C. H. Hishoii,
Tieasuicr; and T. W. llohion, Audi
tor. Tin: U. S. S. Tioqnois was to have
visited one or more of tboMicronesi.in
groups on her voyago to Samoa. A
letter lccoivcd hy Mis. 11. Hinghaiii
ft oni (.illicit Islands incidentally re
fers to tho Iroquois as having been at
Hutaiitaii somo time befoio January.
Dii. .1. If. Kimball, President of
UtoHoaidof Health, (leo. C. Potter,
Secielaiy, Dr. Lot., Mr. Hradley,
Sister Hose (Jei trade and Miss Sweet,
the Examiner coi respondent, left by
the Hawaii this morning for a visit
to the leper settlement at Kalawao.
Their return is expected on Sunday
Mil. E. (5. Sehtinian, latu manager
of lliu Hawaiian Caniago Manufac
tuiing Co., will leave for San Fran
cisco and tho Eastern Slates by the
Austialia, on Fiiday next, to begone
about three months. Mr. Sebuinan
will hi ing hack with him a stock of
carriages and can iago matciial, and
open business heie in that Hue.
Gi:oiini:,Fianeis Train announces
his intention of leaving Taeoma,
Washington, on tho Abyssinia and
after a circuit of the globo at sixty
days' fight to re-enter that city. Mr.
Tiain invests this freak with the sig
nificance hu generally attached to his
actions and piediels all sorts of pros
peiity, leal estate booms, etc., for Ta
conia. In compliance with tho piovi
deneo ciedited to tho supervision of
fouls, the rate of insurance on tho
Abyssinia should be leduccd.
C Honolulu Rillcs,
at 7 :.'!).
O.ihti Lodgo No. 1, K. of 1'., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., at
Services at Central Union church,
Services at fit. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7 :!)).
Monthly meeting of Engine Co.
No,, i, at 7 '''
Engine Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing, at 7:!().
At the inquest held yesterday
over the body of Sam'l Kawehiwa
who was i tin over by tho water cart
of the Tramways Co. on Sunday,
Uaua, W. 0. Eandshcrry, J. II.
Nye, Mrs. Kibbling, Mrs. Naiapaa
kai, Deputy Marshal Crcighton, and
L. Ward were examined. The testi
mony sliovycd tl't tho boy was ih
lliq habit of jumping on the cart to
drive, and tho cvidonoc of Air.
Ward established tho faot that lie
had been forbidden to do so. No
negligenco on tlio part of tlio com
pany bcing,apparcnt the Jury re
turned a verdict in accordance with
tho facts ahovo stated, Unit the bpy
came to Ids dei'th accidentally m
Marcl) 0, 1300, hy ing run over
by the water cart of tho Tiannvays
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11, L, JkrAEOri IS, 1BU0.
InlercNlloir ItrniH Atimit tin Hrltiuli
nml Aiiici lean 1'IitIm.
The following is from (ho London
Daily News of Feb. 1 :
Ucar-Admiral Charles Frederick
Holham, C. 1L, the youngest Hag
olllcer in the navy, lias been ap
pointed to succeed Vico-Admiral
Ileneago as commander-in-chief on
the P.icillc station, where he will Hy
his Ihig in thu Warspito. Itoiu in
IS I!), Admiral Holham entered the
service in IKflO, and became a lieu
tenant al twenty, a commander at
twenty-two, a captain at twenty
eight,' and a rear-admiral at flvc-attd-forty.
Such rapidity of promotion
is almo3t without parallel in recent
years. He distinguished himself in
the New Zealand war, was llag-cap-tain
of the Alexandra at the bom
bardment of Alexandria, was aide
dc camp to the Queen from 1880 to
1888, served In 1880 on the Hoyal
Commission on the system of pur
chase and contract for the navy, and
became a Lord of the Admiralty, in
January, 1888. Captain the Hon.
llcdwoith Lambton, who was llag
lientcnant in the Alexandra at the
hoinbaidinent of Alexandria, and
who is an almost equally foitttnatc
olllcer, takes command of the
armored cruiser Warspito on the
lth inst., and will thus again serve
with Admiral Hothatn. The ship is
expected lo sail for the Pacific to
wards (he middle of the month, and
upon her anival there the present
llagship, the Swiflsure, will come
home and be relitled.
The Illustiated London News says
the Warspito will have the distinc
tion of counting among her ollicers
the youngest Admiral, the youngest
Captain, and the youngest paymaster
in the navy. The same journal says
that the Goldfinch's distinction is
that eighteen months ago her
construction had not been com
menced. The Goldfinch is going
on the Austtaliau station, un
der command of Lieut. Commander
Kingsmill formerly heie in the Cor
morant. The Washington Post of Feb. 22
says: lleai-Adniiial Kimbcrly, who
had such a ten ible experience in the
harbor of Apia about one year ago,
is in the city and has established
himself al the Kbbit House. As
soon as the news spread that the
gallant olllcer was in Washington he
was besieged with cauls and invita
tions until he was compelled in self
ucfense to seek refuge at a friend's
house for the evening. This is the
first time that Rear-Admiral Kim
bcrly has visited Washington since
his icturn to the United States. He
has been content, meanwhile, to re
main quietly at home in West New
Admiral Kimbcrly had a long talk
with tho Secretary of tho Treasury,
Feb. 23, as to his next assignment.
He declined, as his rule has hitherto
been when requested, to express any
preference of duty. It is likely that
he will succeed Rear-Admiral Jouett
on the board of inspection. The
latter retired Feb. 27, after 48
years' service. Admiral Kimbcily
is now at the head of the Rear-Admirals
on the active list.
Three of Admiral Kimberly's as
sociates on the Pacific station havo
been assigned to duty. Lieutenant
Robert M. Cr Ilrown, whose novel
taeUcs of filling the rigging with
men cleared the Trenton of the reef
at Apia and saved 130 lives, is on
duty in the Judge Advocate-General's
olllcc at the department.
Lieutenant II. O, Rittcnhouse, who
was Admiral Kimberly's Flag Lieu
tenant at Apia, will go on duty at
the Naval Academy as head of the
department of drawing. Lieutenant
G. A. Rlerriara, who was Admiral
Kimberly's secretary on the 1'acillc
station, Is also on duty at Anna
polis. The Senate naval affairs committee
lias reported favorably on the re
quest of the Union Iron Woiks, San
FranciHco, to be relieved of the pen
alties aceiuing by the rcasoa of tho
horse power developed by the cruiser
Chailoston falling below the contract
requirement. A bill will be loported
relieving the company of the
Edward Walsh, Sergeant of the
Marino Corps, died very suddenly
of heart disease at the Marino bar
racks on Mare Island, Feb. 2G. He
hail served in India with the famous
Sir Colin Campbell for ten years;
sailed with Farragut, and for eight
years had been Orderly Sergeant at
the yard. He was distinguished for
is liberality, his elllciency as an
ofllcer and his superior educatiqn,
Senator Chandler has introduced
a bill to authorize the votuntaiy re
tirement of nava.1 ollicers over i
yoar3 of ago who have served at
leiist twenty-live years and belong
to a grade whoso numbers wcro re
duced by the act of August 5, 188;,
liir.itinghe porsonnol of the navy.
Jn tlio matter of proof of will of Ju
lia L. Rawson deceased, hearing was
postponed to a date to be hereafter
determined. The petition, forj'roblc
is made by Jnq. S. walker, l'ho
postponement is necessitated hy tlio
absence of Cecil Ikown and tlio
sickness of J. Ms?ariB, attosting
witnesses to tlio will,
Two men paid six dollars oa,ul fqr
Ah Aio for larceny of 61.10 was
partially tiicd and remanded' 'to to
moriow. Other pases aro sijll on (rhi,
BEE HIVE HONEYCOMBED.
Till Tapped. TrrnMiii'f Taken Hot
The lice Hive Saloon on Nuitanti
street was entered last night hy
burglars. Oi the left .side of the
building there is a closed' enlrance
to an alloy. At a right angle to
thi3 alley thete is a rectangular yaid
at the back. This yard contains a
long sited in the coiner where the.
alley meets it. The remainder of
Hie space is separated from the ad
joining premises by a corrugated
iron fence. Beyond doubt the rob
bers climbed this fence near the
shed, as muddy traces of feet abound
in profusion. They tried both rear
doors and then endeavored lo pry
up a window on the alley side. A
piece of broken file records the fu
tility of this attempt. The midnight
marauders then knocked out a pane
of glass but had their trouble for
their pains us the window spring
proved to be on the opposite side.
The proper pane was then knocked
out, the sash raised and the crib
crackers ushered themselves into
Wasting no time they proceeded
at once to business. Opening the
till they appropriated two dollars.
There was a box in the back part of
the drawer containing untold wealth
which escaped their observation.
Uniting a caudle and lamp, they
proceeded to console themselves for
their oversight, by sampling seven
or eight bottles of liquor. This
pastime was of such a satisfactory
nature that they unpioviseil an ex
tempore table out of a box and went
into hasty consumption, hour empty
beer hotiles tell tho sad disappear
ance, of its contents. One bottle
each of beer and sour mash shows
that the intruders weio no hogs.
After tho diversion of jerking ofl"
one of the front door locks they ad
journed sine die through the window
by which they had entered, leaving
very faithful impressions of their
feet on a bundle of Manila paper.
This narrative is due to the traces
Jcft by the till tappers themselves.
It only needs a description of their
personal characteristics to make the
The It. M. S. Alameda of the
Oceanic line entered port about half
past one o'clock Saturday afternoon,
after lying off and on for twenty
Purser Sutton furnished the fol
lowing memoranda .Discharged Syd
ney pilot Feb. l!Uh, at I : IT p. in.,
received Auckland pilot Feb. 2.'ld,
at 0:0!) p. m. ; discharged Auckland
pilot Feb. 21th, at I!:l.'i' p. in.;
stopped off Tutuila Feb. 28th, at
10:13 a. m.; sailed from Tutuila
Feb. 28th, at 11 :13 a. m. ; stopped
for Honolulu pilot March 7th, at
12:00 p. tn. Time 1G days, 1.1
hours and 22 minutes from Sydney;
12 days and SI minutes from Auck
land. Strong easterly winds be
tween Sydney and Auckland with
rain. From Auckland to the Equa
tor northerly winds, from the Equa
tor to port S. 15. and southerly
winds with passing showers.
The Alameda proceeded on her
voyage to San Francisco about 10
o'clock Sunday morning. Lists of
passengers hilhor and hence will bo
found in the shipping column.
HI. of J?.
MYSTIC Lodge No. 2. K. of P will
confer thu A 111 pi i lied Third Rank
(bv Team work) THIS (WcUicriny)
EVENING, nt 7:ai o'clock, at their
CnMlo Hall, King street. All Knights
mi nil lied are invited. Per onl'-r.
Gi:o. 0. STRATKMKYER,
500 It K. of It. & S.
Engine Co. No. !
AN ndhiirnrri meeting of this Com.
piny will he held THIS fWedncs.
day) EVENING, at 7:.1() o'clock. A
full attendance icquestcd. llusluiss of
importance. Uy onh-r.
J. D. MoVEIOIl,
fiOO It Scoiwiirv.
IS hrr.hy given that I will not hu res.
ponsililc, for thu payment of mo
dulus conducted in my iiume, wilhniit
my written order
Honolulu, iMaicli It!, IrilU). Mm UV
1)AUL IS15XliK.RO, Jit., holds full
power of HMornuy lo act forme
during my uhienco fom the Kingdom.
W. R. ROWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Murcli 7, 1H1I0 -IIKjU
HAVING sold out my interest in the
linn of R More A; Co to .1. N. 8.
WlllbiniR, all persons indebted to said
firm aro required lo pay llio amounts of
their imlelitnhi(S3 lo me, and all having
acrntinls against said linn will pro-rni
them to in') for pi) meat at the (tlllcu of
R. More & Co.
Tufts. 11. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1HH). AH'i 1m
rrtisslan National Insur
DURING Mr. RluinciischneideiN nh
sunce I shall attend to llio huMs
ne-H of nbovo Company heie, and I au
now ready to wiito IiiiUitieo on. favor
7IR0M tho Coist a cliolcn lot of
Ciimis, OlmicUes and iobucio.
which will ho sold at verv low nrlioj.
t(l In No. 1 Kbit' street,
-- tii r:
Ilict'lvcil govern! tlininnnil (airs ol
Indies', Glut's & Children's
Alio, a lnrf,i' line of
Fine Rubber Goods.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Will hereafter make a specialty
Crockery, Chlnaware, Glassware and
311 111 1 IIiihIucss,
Showrooms over the hirilware ihpiil.
meat, Qiicin stiett.
SOT A hirge and rnmp'etu stock im.
pnited direct from the manufacturers
and now lo linnd hv recent arrivals.
An inspection is solicited. 4!)(1 1w
Cortillcatc of Itojist ration
of Trade Murk. '
I)i:i.iir.Mi:xT or run Ix-rr.iitoit, i
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
KNOW all Men hy these Pu-senls,
that hi accoid.uice with tho pro
visions ol Section U, Chapter IV or the
Selon Laws of lsss, Unit ,v. Company
have llh'd hi tlio OIIU.v of the Minister
of the luteilor an application for l lit
negotiation of a Trade Mink wlieicof
the following Is an exact copy:
Tlio ICIlto !: Ol'tnm I'lll'loiM
iiikI C'niuly r'm'lory.
Which said application Is accompanied
hv Hie Oalli of .lames Stclncr, a 1111111
h'ei' of Mild linn of Halt Ac Co., licit
they aio t!ie s(i)t anil oilulual ptoiulc
tois of the Ice Cieain, Candv and Con
fectionery for which Mich Trade Mail.
Is to ho Used.
Xow, theicfoie. this Ceitilleatc Is to
grant unto the sahl Halt Ac Company
tlio exclusive lists of the snlil Ti.ul'e
Mink thioiighout the Hawaiian King
dom for thu tei 111 of Twenty Yens fiom
the date hereof.
In witness whoi oof, I have
. caused this (Yitllle.ito to he
,' ' ', Issued at Honolulu, Hawaiian
J .,,.,, I Mauds, tliis Sixth Dav ol
I ''Al' jMaich. A. 1). 18'JO, and the
. .Seal of the Department of
" the Intel lor to he heielo
I,. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Iuteiior.
for baggage wa
gon; Ishuid stock pie
leired. Applv at this
olllcc. 4S7 '.'w
TVO rent for 1 mo'itli a Large
I X Room or Hull, either
ground Hoot or upslalr.s, must
lie mill ally t limited. lll.'i H
TO LET or LEASE
Young street, opposite
Ice Works, a Small
Coltngu containing ! room:
largo stable and yi.nl, artuilan water
laid on; very desirable for hack or dray
Inline -a. Apply to
tc0 If Al K. U. Hull & Son.
Heal Estate For Sale.
rWO Houses and I.ots on
J. Robcllo Lune, Palatini.
Convenient to Hteamand ti.un
.us. Verv healthy locality. Lot on
King street, near Hainauku's Lane. Kor
particulars apply to
JOHN P. BOWLER.
Or Clias. T. Oulick. l-ui Hm
A N active American, KnulUlininn or
A German, of goo.t habits and char
actor, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can furnish flrst.cluss references, may
nlitnin a permanent situation as Col
lector, hy addressing P. O. liox No.
HOUSE to KENT.
ALAROK 2 Story House,
llrst class in every res.
nect. with all necessary out.
Imildiiigsf flue lava, shade, trees, (lower
beds, etc , very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of llio Post Olllce, will
ho leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a selojt private
family. Applv at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished House To Let
AT Waikikl, a two story
House, containing fix
rooms nil ely furnished, with
kluiiuti, laiini, halh and servant 'a looms,
stable, ct j, to let for a low months at a
ruuonahlo rate. Or rooms will he let
falnuly wlih good table hoard.
HAWAIIAN ltUSlNESS AGENCY.
Valuable Properly For Sale
ON Wiiuanu Avenue, a
newly fuinidlied 'sUtory
House containing 6 rooms,
kitchen, halhiooin, closets, carriage
house, stable, hcneiy, etc. Oinumis
contain 'J 'J 10 ncics, well laid out hi
lawn", shade anil fruit trees, Ihiwurs,
etc. Will ho bold low, with or without
furniture, horsci, cairliije, livo stock,
ami all thu anpuliitiiicuis needed In a
llrst-elafis loshlonco, as the owner hi.
lends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
LARGE assortment of Photographs
and StereoM'oniu Views of thu
moot attractive- seetioiy, buildings, elu,
In these islands, for sale nt reasonable
'"HAWAIIAN 11US1NESS AGENCY.
Coiner Fort and Mcichant sticcts.
Society of the
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an-lndcm-nity
ltoud. .Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of n life insurance society with nssests over 81O"i,O0O,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as 3011 are
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 lo show actual results on similar Policies.
iV2r Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-lt'o
A I.ARCiE ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
Fiom ifS.-il) to 100 r.ach.
KODAK CAMERAS !
M. A. SI5I5I) and the CAItlH'TT DRV PLATES,
The YEAR HOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
mtlTISII PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IOD FORT STKKKT. :::::: llONOI.11I.ll.
E. R. IlKVintv, President Ac Manager.
(ioiiKiiuv ItnowN, Secretary Ac Tieasuicr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opnii. SprcckclH' Hunk,. : Fort Street, llonoluln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Hnviland China, plain and decorated; ami Wodgcwood
Piano, Lihi.uy Ac Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it I51oololicrs,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortin't of DUlls .(- Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Gazelle" U-w heeled Riding Plow ,v Equalizer,
liluebeaid Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Goosenccked Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, ,,V
Paints, Varnishes it llrushc.s, Manila A Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, X-Io.se, Hone,
RUIlllER, WIRE-HOUND of sup-jrior quality, it STEAM, -
Agate Iron Waie, Silver Plated Waie, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Call ridges,
Halt's Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo t Bolt Tbieading,
llatlnian'h Steel Wire Fenco it Steel Wiro Mats,
Win. Q. Fishoi'.s Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gate City Slono Fillets,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
iiov-2!-8!) NciiI'h Caniago Paints.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Pli.VNTATfOX & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Ivilehoii UteiuiU, Paints, Oils,
Blake's Stoim Puraps, Weston's Centrifugals
Wilcox & CUrts, Si
Circular to Agents.
John Exa, Vice-President.
Cr.cii. Ilnoiv.v, Auditor.
Machinists' it Plumbers' Tools,
V.unishcj, Limp 01(ipdsaiul
Rcmioglon Sewing Haclilnes,
Dr. Jape & Sons Family Medicines.
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