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MONDAY, MAIL 17, 181-0.
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Jt .M S cnlandlii, Oleicndoip, from San
Am lent Miuy Dodge, Uallop, 'Jl davs
Slinr.Mlkahala f 1 tun Kauai
StnirLilielll.e from Maul
Mtnr Kllauen Hun from Iliiiu.il.na
St in i' Kuala fiom Knp.ta
htmr Mtikolll from Mnloknl
Stmr Iwnliilll from Hamakuu
Am 4-innsted schooner Robert Searles
from Newcastle, X S W
Sclir Ka.Mol from Kohnla
Ilk .Fames a Oheton, I'liuul), 23 days
f 1 om Port Ludlow
Mar US -R
M S S Zealaudla, Olcicndotp, for
Stmr l.ehwi for Nun and Hakilau 5 p m
Stun-J A Cuiuuilns for Iioolnu
Schi Mary tor Haualei
Sclir Kulnmauii for Kohal.i
Stmr Wnialcale tor Kllauc.i and Haua
lei at 5 p 111
Stmr Viva for Molokal
Sclir llcela for Ulupalaku.i
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
,itmr W G Hall for I.ahalna, Mnalaea,
Kona. Kim and the Volcano al 10
o'clock a 111
.Stmr LIKellko for Maul at 5 p in
Stiur Mlkahala tor Kauai at 5 p in
StmrKiiaiica Hon for Ilaiuakiia at 5p in
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmr Kaalii for Kawlllwlll at 5 p 111
Slmr.JfiK Makcc for Kupaa at I p 111
Am likt l'lanler, Dow, for San 1'ian
From S.m Franelsen perSS Zealandia,
March 15 John Aslulown, John Bcigs
fom, dipt It 11 Cook, Capt D K Uevoll,
J Karlc, Miss Auiiio Klllott, Capt Chas
W Fi-her, O V Forman and wife, Hon
Paul konliorg, Capt E Kelly, Miss M
Kelly, Capt Knowles, Kdg.ir Lewis
dpi M V t Millard, Geo Xorlon. Mr C
h Moves, iuis .iiiteneii, uss isoyes, .1
M Out, F W l'atterfon and wife, Mrs A
C Fferdncr, J X Kaymond, Capt John
I. Sayre. Blrs M Itenner, Capt Smith,
Kdw S Taylor, H T Taylor, Mls Lelie
Tully, MIsMavTullv, II F Wlchmin
and wife, C A Wilson, Hon II il Whit
ney, .1 W Whiting and wife, O A Steen,
0 b Ontton, 21 steerage, and 118 cabin
aud 28 steerage in transit.
From Maui per stmr Likelike, March
10 W O Wilder, Mrs Josopi, I) Kalau
okalanl, K J Aluucastre, Sam Gnu, J II
Stclllng, J M Lee, K HalL-y, E It Stack
able, Father Gulstan, Mrs Coan, Dr J
H Kimball, A Vogel, Dr A Lutz, Dr
JSradlcv. G C Potter, Sister tou Gert-
1 ude, Miss Sweet and 32 deck.
From Kauai porstmr Mlkahala. Maich
10 RevJUlIanaikeand wife. Jtcv II
Isenberg. S II Sasi, 4 Clilncio, and r,"
The I.ikellkc brought 1502 bags sugar,
00 bagf. iiotatoes, 52 bags com, il) hides,
1014 feet koa lumber,:) horses :t8 hogs,
and 70 pkgs siimlik"-.
The Oceanic S S Zealaudla, 1C Van
Otcreudoip, eommander, sailed from
San Fiani'isco Feb 8lh at 1 p m, dis
charged pilot at 0 pjn. Arrived at
Honolulu Feb loth 11 pin. Crossing
the San Francisco liar o.xpeiionced very
heavy .sea, strongs w wtml anu heavy
hqualls. Feb 0-12 light westerly winds
and heavy Sli kea. Feb i:t,fresli XE wind
and sea. Feb 14th, .strong S W wind and
sea with heavy rain squalls. Feb 15th,
light X W wind and sea, light rain
Mpiatls. The Zualumlla brought 40
cabin and 21 steerage passengeis, and
.108 tons cargo for tins port. She had
:if. cabin and 28 steerage passengers,and
5ia tons cargo for the Colonies. The
.steamer resinned her voyage south at
The steimieis Kaala and Mlkahala
brought 1,885 and 5,291 bags sugar re
spectively from Kauai yesterday.
Schooner Allen A will load lumber
from Humboldt Hay for this poit.
The American bark James AChestou,
048 tons, Capt W W Plumb, 28 days
from Poit Ludlow, arrived off port this
afternoon. She Is laden with fi!K).3:t;i
feet of rough lumber, 110,501 feet of
dressed lumber, 150,000 shingles, 15,:t()0
1 itlis, aud !l,0 10 feet of pickets.
The schooner. Anna aud the hark
Moroni arc still at Kahnlul. Tim latter
vessel will leave about next Saturday
for San Francisco.
The steamer Klhiiea Hon brought
o,708 bags augur yesterday from Ilaina
kua. The steamer Pelo liavlng had nor
shaft broken, was towed all the way
from Ilainakua to port by the steamer
lwalaul, the tune occupied being about
ThobiiganllnoCoiiRuelo sailed from
Kuhulul hint Saturday with sugar for
About eight whalers wore cruising off
noit this atternoon. Tlio steauur Aka
inal took out stores for several of them.
The American barkentlnn Planter,
Captain F A Dow, Is expected to leave
to-morrow afternoon with a full cargo
of sugar for San Francisco,
Tho bat k Sonoma will begin to load
sugar for 8an Francisco within two
weeks. Captain John Leo has been
away front home live and a half mouths,
and ho longs to be thcie.
Tho American four-masted schooner
IlobertSearles, Captain l'llt., arrived
yesterday morning, 55 days from New
castle, XS W, with 1078 tons coal for
tho inter-island cteaiu Xnvlgatlnn Co.
Tho ltobcit Searles had mostly con
trary winds. Shu is now discharging
near tho P M S S Co'.s wharf.
The barkentlnn John Smith will sail
about next Tliurrtlar for San Fianclsco,
San Francisco Arrived: Mar a, bark
Ccvloii, 20 tln; Mar 0, baik G X Wll-
cox, 2.1 tl.y; Mm- 7, bail. R C Allen, 21
days, from Ilonolnln. .Mar 7 bktnc
Wiestlcr, i! J tiny, unit bktno Klll.ltat,
21 days fiom Kiilinliil.
San FiniieNen Sailed: Jlnr 2. lurk
Allien Huhc, Honolulu; Mar fi, bilg
Lurlluu. IIIIo; bilgJohn' I) Spreekcl,
Kutckn, Mur 5, sailed sehr Ecollor
spoken, lilt 10 S, lull 35 V, Norwe
gian lk Faust, from New York for Ho
nolulu. Newcastle, NS W, siilltMl Maich 1,
M'lir (loldeit Shore, for Honolulu.
lli:iNE.IANXTo the wife of dipt.
Oi'ii. Hclucmiinu of L'ala. Maul,
iMsiivh II, IS'10, a daughter.
WILLIAMS-lnSau Fianclsco, March
5, George 0. Williams of Honolulu,
a 'I'll 55 years.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
N.W.U. row was gaily decorated and
Militlca woiu Hied in honor of the day
liy ftliip and shoto Imtloiics.
" ' '
Tin: O. & 0. steamer Helgic, sail
ing from Kan Finncii-cooii the i!'2d
iitht. fur Yokohama, will call al this
Tin: hoiiHC pnieh.Hcd ly Mr. Goun
dou in now being niovod fiom I ho
comer of Rctotstnin mid Kichnids
Tin: leaving of several island
slcainciH to:day lias forced sundry
lirniR to duny themselves and em
ployees of thu holiday.
TiiKUi: will he u inecling at tho
Conveiil on Wednesday, l'.llh, at 2
n'uloek. All Cnlholics uio lcspect
fnlly invited to attend.
ANoveilatid lcpoit was luougliL by
H10W. G. Hall that llii! lurkenline
Klhi was totally wiecked with 7.r)l)
bags sugar loaded at Maliukonn.
SrttOKc: winds prevailed during
poi lions of yesterday and last night.
Tho day lias been lather cool and in
dications point to a showery night.
' At llio Y. M. C. A. social to-11101-row
evening Mis. llai tow, an elocu
tionist of souio nolo fiom the United
States, will favor the audience with a
Mn. Fied. II. llaysulden on Latin i
has largo indent for sheep for the
Honolulu nnukot, but owing to the
stoini will not be ablo to till them be
fore the 22d or 23d.
Qknti.kmen' desiious of participat
ing in tho organization and mainten
ance of n Chess Club aie lcqucstcil
to meet at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel
on Wednesday night at 7 :I10 o'clock.
A. Ditcir.it and II. F. lloitclniann
announce their withdrawal fiom at
torneyship in aflairsof C.Hurlelmann
and tho transfer of this power to Mrs.
Deitelmann, wife of O. Dertelinaiin.
An auction sale of leases of Crown
lands for the term of twenty years
will take place nt L. J. Levey's auc
tion looms on Monday next. Thiee
leasos on Oahu and two on Maui will
bo disposed of.
O.v Satutiliiy last Aitliur John
stone, editor of the Elele, was ar
lested on complaint of E. V. Hop
kins for alleged libel in an ailicloof
issue of March 1st. Tho'case is set
for hearing to-morrow.
Mr. Geo. M. McLane, purser of the
Zealandia, is thanked for San Fran
cisco papeis and reports of voyage.
George said he didn't know whether
it was a "jileasaiit passago," but ho
had not had n diy stitch all the way.
Amono other piescnts bi ought by
Sistcr,.Kose Geitrude aie two pianos,
ono of which will ho sent to'Fathcr
Conrady at Kalawao, and tho other
retained for her personal use at Ka
lihi. A piano now in uro at tho lopor
.settlomenl was the gift of ltobcit
' William O. Reed, of Xew Yoik,
died at San Francisco Feb. 20th, aged
70yeais, William C. Heed arrived
at Honolulu in tho bark Caroline E.
Foote, during the lattor part of 1855
and left by tho same vessel for Japan
in tlio beginning of 1850. Mr. Reed
took the first cargo of Jupaneso.wnies
and merchandise ever imported into
the United States from that country.
Tun schooner II. I. Tiernan, trad
ing between San Francisco and tho
South Seas, was capsied in a squall
off the Gilbort Islands Nov. IK). All,
the crow were saved. Tho Tiernan
was of 15!) tons, owned by A. Craw
ford, and sometimes called rill' Hono
lulu on hor trips. On thq day she
wan lost $1000 of hor insuraneo was
replaced in San Francisco, to tako ef
fect at 12 o'clock that day. The great
question now is at what hour tho
Tiernan was lost. If it was before
noon tho original company will bear
tho loss," if after noon tho company in
wliich she was leinsured will havo to
pay tho loss.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Mall Co. A Honolulu Rillcs, i
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O
V. at 7:1)0.
To-day has been quietly observed.
No special social ovonts have distin
guished it from other days witli the
exception of a, reception by Hon.
Jno. A. Cummins at his residence.
The Royal Hawaiian Band has been
in requisition for this occasion. To
night Co. A of lite Honolulu Rillcs
give a hop at their Armory. Elabor
ate pro partitions havo been made for
this ball and there is no doubt it
will long be remembered by those
participating as n pleasant aifair.
i)AILY BtJLLMTIN: HONOLULU, JL I.,
INii'lVrt Programme" Appro t nil v
Kawaiahao Clitirclt was packed to
overllowing on Saturday uiftlit. The
concert of the Kawaiuhao Seminary
girls under the musical directorship
of Miss S. It. Patch, supplemented
by thi) invaluable assistance of I'rof.
II. Merger, wits 11 success in every
.sense of the word. The young
ladies crowned themselves with lau
rels, covered Miss Patch with glory
and secured from their admiring
hearers substantial aid toward
the furnishing of the hospital. Over
1000 persons must have been pre
sent. At 7: If) o'clock His Majesty
entered accompanied by II. M.'s
Vice-Chamberlain J. W. Robertson.
They were ushcied to seats adjoin
ing H. It. II. Ptiucess Lilitiokalnni
and Governor Domini,
Tho arrangement of the singers in
six living terraces was extremely
effective. The breezy white cos
tumes, dusky Ineos and coal black
tresses formed n most pleasing
grouping of colors. A string de
tachment of the Itoyal Hawaiian
Hand under tlia leadership of Mr.
Merger was the otclicstral part of
The programme was one of rare
excellence and the rendition of the
various numbers not only satisfied
the critical taste hut aroused ex
treme astonishment that such nitis.c
should be so well handled. The
voices of the young amateurs were
young and frch and such voices
tire ever sympathetic. Careful
training aud judicious leadership
hail rendered litem capable of inter
preting the music. The singing
throughout was characterized by
distinct enunciation of consonant
founds. There prevailed such an
even degree of excellence that it is
dilllcult to assign the meed of praise
to any particular number of the
programme. The Prayer from
Moses in Egypt showed some artis
tic merit achieved through patient
training hut lacked the power and
feeling of some later pieces. In the
wall, song the beautiful blending of
voices and perfect rhythm showed
the selection to be adapted to the
calibre of the vocalists. The
Queen's Jubilee was handled with
the confidence and energy, resulting
from perfect familiarity with the
language and music. "Last Night,"
however, was about the choicest
piece of the evening. The Katneha
mclia Glee Club was warmly ap
plauded for two appearances. The
chorus in the last piece being inter
spersed withwhistliugs and imita
tions elicited great merriment.
The warmest congratulations are
due to participants and directors on
the success of tho entertainment.
Miss Patch is particularly to be feli
citated on the brilliant climax to her
painstaking instruction. It U to be
hoped that this concert is merely
introductoiy of a series.
DOINGS IN KONA.
Inspector Atkinson weathered the
kona of the 7th and 8th inst. by be
ing right in Kona.
The W. G. Hull was a welcome
visitor on Tuesday morning.
Your kona was our kona too. Fri
day and Saturday were the roughest
days that struck these regions for at
least a year and a half. The wind
howled, the rain poured, the thun
der rolled and the lightning Hashed.
The rollers in Kealakekua May were
One haole hero says ho found the
grip in last budget of foreign papers
and -kept it on hand for a matter of
Mr. Marnlleld of artist fame is re
cuperating his vitality, after the
grip, at Kaawaloa. Tho Kealake
kua pali is supplying him with good
landscape material for the practice
of his profession.
Haven't seen complete election
Professor Mrigham is supposed to
have carried off everything worth
looking at in this vicinity.
Foreign mails, per Australia,wcro
duly received by the Hall. It's an
ill wind that blows not some good.
The native folks have kindly re
collections of H. M. M. S. Cham
pion. Some of the IXapoopoo I ails
who boarded tho ship, were shown
all through il, an honor that was a3
highly appreciated as it was unex
pected. Thick and rainy weather again
this afternoon. Possibly the storm
that passed northward five days ago
is on the homestretch.
March 1!), 18'JO.
HAVINO sold out my interest in tho
firm of it Moro & Co to .1. N. S.
Williams, all persons indebted to said
II rm are required to pay tlio amounts of
their imlehtidtiiss to mn, and all having
accounts against said firm will present
them to mu for payment ut tho ollice of
It. More & Co, v
Titos. It. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, ibUl). 482 lm
NOTICE Is hereby given to depositors
In the Savings Dank Dcpaitmcnt
of Clans Sprockets & Co. that, fiom and
after the lht day of Apill, lb!H), the in
terest allowed mi deposits will be re
duced to four (I) percent per annum.
Depositors will be allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving the tihtial notice, hut, if allowed
to remain after April 1st, said deposits
will he considered as subject to tluu tiles
ami regulations published In thu Pass
CLAPS SPRF.CKELS & CO.
THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
(Translated from le J'Vanco-Gali-fornicu,
In the little Kingdom of Kalakatta
power is discussed as in great
States, and, when on tho subject of
coming elections, the two tival par
lies indulged in sharp recrimina
tions. The Reform Party" would
in reality annex the Islands to the
United Slates. The other, called
the "National Party," were very
energetic during the elections, the
polls showing for them 11 latge ma
jority. We desire to say nothing
about these events which arc of
small interest in themselves if, in a
speech delivered on UOtlt January,
1800, tho Reverend Missionary
Thurston, Minister of Intciior, had
not attacked Franco in a fashion as
astonishing as it was dishonest.
It is necessary, in order to ac
count for these iinjttstillable attacks,
to recall the year 181'J. At that pe
riod, wearied by the constant insults
to our Hag, Commandant Laplace of
the French frigate "l'Arteinisc,"
was forced to give a lesson to King
Kamehameha and his Councillors.
The Honolulu fort was dismantled
and the Kanakas brought to submis
sion. It is particularly necessary to
note that the commanders of the
English and American ships in pott
did not make the smallest protest,
and when the affair was arranged,
llie French retired without in any
way attempting to touch the inde
pendence of the Sandwich Islands,
which remained safe under guaran
tee by treaty.
One would not expect to see, after
so long a time has elapsed, a Minis
ter of religion and of Government,
come forward and make a public
speech of such exaggeration, as to
completely disguise the historical
doings above alluded to, in wliich
the role of France was always legal
and dignified. Such, however, has
been the case, and Mr. Thurston,
whose position should havo imposed
upon him a dignified reserve, attack
ed France in the most shameless
fashion for the manner in which she
acted on the epoch above named.
Our nationality at the Sandwich
Islands ha9 been insulted. The
French Minister, M. d'Anglade, has
protested, perhaps as yet without
enough force, and His Majesty Ka
lakatta could only make insullicicnt
excuses in declaring that the speech
of his Minister, made during an
electoral campaign, had no political
significance, and in no way express
ed the opinion of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment. The protest of the French
Commissioner should have been, wo
consider, more energetic. The Min
ister of a friendly Government must
not be admitted to announce pub
licly that France, abusing the weak
ness of an adversary, caused a
treaty, or an arrangement, to be
signed under the menace of her can
nons. Everyone knows how much
of that is false, and can easily un
derstand the indignation of our com
patriots at Honolulu.
The National Hawaiian Party lias
done public justice concerning those
base assertions, as being more Jesu
itical than parliamentary. These
orators (the "Nationals") have de
clared that if there is one country to
whom the Sandwicli Islands owe
their independence, it is precisely
Prance who, with England, was the
first to recognise that independence.
The electors have pronounced their
verdict, and the Reverend Thurston
will be forced to relinquish tlio power
he would continue to wield, but for
liis imprudent utterances.
The attention of the French Gov
ernment has further been appealed
to on this incident, and it will judge
if the reparation, with which the
French Minister had to be content
ed, is not in itself a direct insult.
OUR now spring styles of Hidlinmro
Straw Lints, just in. M. Melnciuy.
ANOTHER invoice of Fluo Irish
Linen Blilrte, just to hand. M.
Mclncrny. 001 lw
CLOTHING. Clothing. Another In.
voice of elegant npringstyles. .Men's
and Boy's Clothing, jut iu iU. Mo
Im-rny. .101 lw
WK thu undersigned duly hereby
give notice that, on date we
have icsigned our attorneyship In the
alfnlrs of C. Deitchuanu, of Pllaa,
Kauai, in favor of Siisiu Ileitehnann,
wife of C. Ueitelinanu.
Match l", i8'.io. noi :tt-i:;t it
tlJSTAV A. SCIIUMAN hns a full
VJT power of attorney during my uh.
bciico from this Kingdom
E.G. SOU UMAX
Honolulu, Mnroh 1. IRlOv fiO.
IS hereby given that I will not be res.
ponMble for the payment of auy
debt contracted in my name, without
my written order.
Honolulu, March 12, Iti'.tO. ftOil lw
Absolutely tho Best llorao
taken. Two ($3;
dollats. a he. ul per
month Apply to
, Fauna Valley.
no j it
X Horses for puck.
'big. Apply tit the
Hawaiian Pacific Cit.
3Hl- hie Works, foot of
Queen street. filiO It
MARCH 1?, 18U0.
THE BIRTH OF ST. PATRICK.
Ilv Samuiil Lovr.it.
On the eighth day of Mm eh It was
Home people miV,
That St. Patilek, 111 midnight, he Ih'.-t
saw the day;
While others deel.iic. oji the ninth he
was born, . ,
And "twas all a mistake, between mid
night and tuoi n.
For nil-takes :.!ll occur In a hurry anil
And 'nine blamed the bthby-aiid tome
blamed the clock
Till with all their cross questions sine
no one could know,
If the child was too f.it or the clock
was too slow.
Xow the th-st faction light In owhl Iie-
laud, they say,
Was all on account of St. Patrick's
Some fought for the eighth for the
ninth 11101 e would die,
And who wouldn't ee right 111 e they
blackened his eye.
At la-t both the factious n positive
That ruci kept a birth so Patthen had
Till Father Mulachy. who showed them
Said 'No one could hae two b'.ith
days but 1-vins,
If he wa a twins, ure our history will
That he's woilh at lqat any two alnls
that we. know.
So boys, don't be lighting for eight or
Don't be always dividing but some
Combine eight with nine, and seven
teen I the mark,
So let that be his bhth-day." "Amen,"
said the clerk.
H. B. M. S. CHAMPION'S
Minstrel. : Tr
Will give a performance at the
Saturday, March 22nd,
Cuiiiiiiriirlnr at H I. .11.,
In Aid of
the Drill I
Followed by the Xegro Farce,
BOXING and SINGLESTICKS.
Prices as Usual-Doors Open at 7:30
Ct2r l)o- otllc open nl L. .1. Levey's
auction num , at !) o'clock a. m , Match
11), 1W. f 01 ill
TOSTAI. Savings Hunk I'a.ss Hook
JL No 'I I'M. Finder will pleae ic
turn snniu to the,
Cieaciiil Post Otllee,
DKAFT Xo. -i'-'S, drawn by tho Ho
noinu Sugar Co. Feb. 10, lS'JO,
for SHI!!) lias, been lost or stolen. All
parties aie hereby warned against
negotiating -nmc. 41)2 1 in
A SPECIAL inicting of tho stock,
hnlilrri of the Star Mill Co. will
bo held at the ollleo of V. O. Irwin &,
Co, on THU USD AY, tho 20th inst., nt
it o'clock a. m. HiibitioHS of importance.
W. O. IRAVIX,
C01 td Secretary.
IJlltOM the Coist a choice lot of
. Cigars, Oigfiicttei and Tobaccos,
which will he sold at verv low prlcci.
limim No. 87 King street.
IIREWOOl) for mlo nt Hawaiian
. Coinmetciai Salesroom", oonicr of
Queen and Niiuunu kIicoIh. 408 If
''PO purchase, a Second.hand Safe.
Apply al this ollice.
COPIES of the Daily Ihn.i.r.TiK, of
the dates specified below, M cents
a copy -will lie paid for the same on
dellveiy at tills otllee:
Jaminry 12, 1HHI, iloplen.
clMimry 4. 1HHU a i-ojiIch
ml a MHO rent for 1 month a Large
AjgMgB JL Room or Hull, cither
tyHUJI ground floor or upstaird, must
be centrally pitunied. lO-'i If
Heal Estate For Sale.
npVO Houses and Lots on
X Robello Lane, Pulnnia.
Convenient to steam and tram
cms. Very licalliiy locality. J.oi on
King street, near llauiuuku's Lane. For
pirlicuhtM apply to
JOHN P. HOWLER.
OrChas.T. Gulick. ItlO !tm
MRS. OSIIQRNE is now prepared to
give lnstiuctlons in l-ancyWoik
at "Tho Aillugton," Room (I. Class
Lessons; .Monday), Weihii'idays and
Frld.iyi). Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping aud nrdcis
promptly attended to. feb-Jl-iy
Society of tho
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
"We purpose placing in your hnnds to offer to the public an Indem
nity llond. Many will "be attracted by the fact that you are .oiling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assents over Sl6.',000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its inttiiisic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able Jo quote the icstilts of twenty year Tontines) give yon great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual icstilts on similar Policies.
"HENRY II. HYDE,
8Sy Send for illustrative paniplilt:t3, or call in person mi the under
signed. ALEX. J, CARTWRiCHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the P. S. Jati-1-90
A LAIKiP. ASSOKT.M1.NT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
Fiom .-fS.-iO to $100 Path.
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The M. A. SKF.I) and the CAItP.PlT 1)1! Y PLATES,
The YEA It HOOK OF PHOTOCJI.APHY,
JU.1TISI1 PHOTOnitAI'IIIC ALMANAC.
A.MEItlCA.V ANNUAL OF PHOTOOllAPHY
And PHOTOGJtAPHir MOSAIC-
63QLUSTER & CO.,
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Handsome ! Indestructible !
01iesiiei' tli Jin Wood !
Our Lawn Fence protects a lawn without concealing it, suitable fot
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc.
POlt SALE 1JY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
W)l If Fojt htrect, oppo. Spicckels' Hank, Honolulu, II. I.
E. It. Ilr.Ni'HV, President A; Manager.
(iODKitKY Kkowk, Secretary A; Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppt). Wpvecki'lH' JJiuik, : Fori Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain, and decoratoil; niul Wcdgcwaotl
Piano, Lihi.iry it Stand Lamps, Cliiitideltei! it Klerlolior.--,
Lamp Fi.Uuies of all kinds, A coinplcto usoitm't of Drills it File?,
PLANTATION' SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" D-wheeled Riding Plow .fc Equalizer,
llliielicnid Rico Plow, Planters' ritcol it Goo.-enecki'il Jfo-e,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, '
P.iiuU, Varnishes A- Urtishu-, Manila A. Si,il Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Hose, " f .
RUDDER, WIRE-HOUND of superior iuality, & STEAM,
Agate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tim Oulebialed'-Club" Macliiuo-Umded Caitiidgei,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Din Stock for Pipo A- Dolt Thieading,
Jliutuiaii's Steel W'ito Ponce it Steel Wife Mats,
Win. (.1. Fisher's Wrought Steul Ranges,
Gate Oitv Stonis I'illcis, . , ..
"Now Pioceis" Twist Diills,
nov-'-!'.bS'J Ncal's Caniago Paints,
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John Ena, Viee-Preidont.
Cr.oit. Disown, Auditor.
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