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TUESDAY, MAK. 18, 1810.
0A1IU RAILWAY & LAHD COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu !:0(i ' : mi
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Leave Mnnaiia Il:liii -l:(i()
Arrive Honolulu 11 :IS -l : IS
A.M. V. M. 1'. M.
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Airlve .Mamma. ...WHS IMS iltlH
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Ai live. Ik 110I11I11...1 1:18 2:111 l:r:i
Am vh hgtne Kranci-t II Ilnr'-tow, Rey
nolds, !l mouth's from New Itciltniil
Am lern Oceana Vntice, Audei-Miu, Ml
tiny from N'cweiiMlc
Si 'In- Knalokal from Kauai
tjrlir Wniehu from Kauai
Stmr Iwalutit for l.alialim and Haiwa-
knii ui. Ill in
otmr V G Hull for T.aliaina, Maahiea,
Koiui. Kan and the Volcano at. Hi
o'clock a in
Stinr Llkcllkc for Maul at " p in
jStmrMlkahala for Kauai at ." p in
Stair Kllaiieu Hon for llainakua at," 1111
SlmhMokolii for .Molokai nt 5 p in
Stinr'ICaala for Nawlllwili at ." p 111
hlnir .las Malice for Kiipau at I p 111
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am Itkt l'liititcr, Dow, for Han 1'iaii-
Sclir Kit Mnl for Hawaii
Sclir Wniehu for K111111I
For Maui and Hawaii per Minr W O
Hall, Match lrt-For Volcalio: Major
Seward, Sirs Link, F V Patters-on anil
wife, O H Noyes, Miss Noyofc, N Ray
molid, Ot'o V l-'oriiiaii and wife, T II
illiMin aud wife. For way port-: Mr
I vers, Mrs lliley and daughter..! Oninp
be 1 and wife, Sirs K II Hart, A Dunn,
SI Uonveira, K I) 'IViiiii'y, V Rurlowilz
and 7A deck.
For Ilamakuii per "tmr Iwalaui, Mar
IB .1 Over.
The schooner Ka SIol brought WOO
hags sugar from Koholalele, Hawaii,
The steamer Kinau will arrive to
morrow morning from windward ports.
The hark C O Whltmoro has Unified
discharging her cargo of coal. She
-u HI load sugar for ban Francisco after
thebaik W li Uotltroy.
'i'hu schooner Kaulokai brought ."10
hags sugar from Kannl to-day.
Theh'iigrtiitine V O Irwin will sail
for San Francisco on or about tliu 2otu
The bark James V Cheston is unload
ing lumber at the Fort stieut wharf.
' TI10 American whallug brigantlno
Francis II llarstow, under command of
Chief OHIeer .Reynolds, came Into port
yesterday afternoon to land her HO bar
rels of sperm oil. Shu was nine months
out from New Hertford.
The American tern Oceana Vance, 4 HI
tons register, Captain L Anderson, ar
rived tills morning. r0 days from New
castle, N S W. with 045 Ions coal for
the Oceanic Steainhlp Company.
The barkc'ntlno Planter will sail to
morrow morning for Kan Francli-co.
The hark Velocity is 07 days out from
Hongkong with cargo consigned to
Messrs Wing Wo Chan & O.o.
Sir. Alfred Fowler, of London,
will visit the now Kquai sugar estate
this week, sailing on Hie Mikulinhi
tliis afternoon, in company with Col.
G.W'. Macfarlane. Mr. Fowler was
presented to His Majesty at Hie Pa
lace last week, and paid his respects
to the British Commissioner, besides
calling on tlio leading merchants
here, with whom his linn have had
large transactions in tiie past few
years. The firm's make of railways
and steam ploughs arc known all
over the Islands. Mr. Fowler will
leave for the Volcano next week,
and also visit the Palinhi estate at
Kau, in which his (inn is interested.
Ho will leave the latter part of next
month, for Japan and China, on his
journo' round the world.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Social, Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:110.
f Drill Co. B, Honolulu Hides,
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,-L O. O.
Wit, BitASii is Ihe. posfesbor of a
- oojiy of the Hawaiian Spectator of
"issue April, 18IW. Ho found it in a
waste basket in a native house. The
periodical hIiowh no traces of ago or
ill imago. The initial article is by
i)avid Slalo on the Decrease of the
Population, showing that tlio study
of tlio native extinction was even
thon engaging nttontioiu A luttor
from John li coulirms the finding of
some meteoric stones at Honolulu,
January 2, 183!).
Tlio Chicago World's Fair delega
tion have satisfied tlio House com
niittoo tha,t they have the cash lo
make the undertaking a success.
The city guarantees tcii million dol
lars. The directors of the Nicaragua
Canal Co. in New York elected Hon.
"Warner Millor president ami A. U.
Seven persons were killed and
nearly 20 injured by an accident on
the Lake Shore lino near Buffalo on
the Gth. The train broke in two and
the Pullman cars in rear crashed
into the forward part on a down
'lf li JO
LOCAL & GENERAL ilfcWS.
' Kt.nvi'.N wlialoib are in (he oiling.
Minrrixn of Catholics at Commit,
2 o'clock lo-morrow.
I'bk bktnc. 8. N. Castle hay und'
grain at .1 no. l' Colbwii's.
Tnu loser of a handkerchief ill the
hall can get il nt litis ollice.
Ehan it fliinn me in teceipt of dry
anil fancy goods by the Austtalin.
litl.i.s in connection with Hie bull
should be letuleied (o K. U. Thonirts,
'.). box 117.
Tin: mail by the baikentine I'liinter
will close, to-morrow morning at half
past eight o'clock.
Tin: sclionner Calerinii is still in
poit awaiting more favorable weather
for laying tlio cable.
Tut: Muiinfaeliiiors' Slim' Co. call
ullontioii to 11 consignment of ladies'
line shoes jtitl at baud per Zcalnudia.
Tiikki: Mikado lchearsals occur
this week one to-night, one Thins
day, ami one Friday night, all at Hie
hour of 7 :IS0.
It is rumored thai a whale boat
containing .two men was capsi.ed
last night, but up to -press hour no
further particulars could be ascer
tained. Jon't forget the social fiee to all
comers, voting men especially in
vited, at tlio V. SI. C. A. hull this
evening. Tim hull will be Hooded
with electric, light and an avalanche
of icecream is anticipated.
Tilt: lm.ing in Ibo Champion's en
tertainment Salitiilay uveinog will
be in nowise u .slugging match. U
will, accoiding to information given
by request, be 11 scientific display not
loo lougli for the gentlest gaze.
A niSN'ii.KMAX from the Stales en
gaged in the manufacture of wicker
waie is stopping at Hie Hamilton
Hoiipe. Ill; has examined specimens
of native bamboo and thinks 11 pay
ing supply could be raiiscd hero for
To-iiay i.1 Hie natal anniversary of
JJro. llortram, Principal of St: Louis
College. The eve of the bitlliday was
signalized by u presentation ceie
mony at the institution, when the
esteemed educator received the gift
of a valuable photographic instru
ment. This evening there will ho a
concert at.lhe College, fot which u
few invitations have been issued.
A wild bull madly jumped oil tlio
Paauhau landing one day last week,
and swnm towaids lionokna, a dis
tance of about two and a half miles.
Several natives at the latter place
wont out to rescue the bull, but tlio
animal not expecting such a warm
reception, as soon as ho got a firm
footing, prcpaied to attack the ic
ceiving committee. After a long
struggle the bull was captured, and
the victors celebrated the event t lint
evoning by a general good time.
0. A ScnroH u 8lcnil. Nitre ttsa--An
Attorned Armory--The Acme or
Company A, Honolulu Hilles, evi
dently had determined to make its
boll of yesterday evening the grand
est social event ever held in tlio bat
talion, if the most perfect, elaborate
and painstaking preparation would
suffice for that purpose. Tlio vast
roof never before was a background
for such a resplendent scheme of de
corations. Mnterial of adornment
was employed in the utmost piofu
sion with neither confusion in detail
nor lawdrincss in effect. Obvious
throughout the whole harmonious
plan wcro system of design, beauty
of variegated color, and many ap
parently unstudied yet charming
combinations reflecting true esthetic
genius. Light, most important of
all in the elements of cheerful festi
vity, was .most abundantly' sup
plied. A row of ten powerful in
candescent electric lamps with por
celain rellcctors, on each sido of the
main girdor making twenty in the
series, supplemented by several
enormous argand burner oil lamps,
shed the brightness of noonday on
the lloor. Colored lanterns of fan
ciful designs were hung near to
gether the wliolo length of (he hall
beneath the girdcr,and similar chro
matic Illumination met tlio sight in
regular phalanx wherever the eye
turned. Portieres of Hags were ar
ranged at every entrance and exit,
the Hawaiian aud American colors
being as a rulo conjoinod. There
were enough Hag's between caves and
lloor to give the whole town a holi
day aspect several times over. Be
sides the larger pieces of bunting
repeated lines of pretty blue aim
white forked bannerets aloft mark
ed tho longitude of tho room. One
beautiful effect commanding admira
tion was produced by screens of up
right palm leaves laid over tlio dra
pery of Hags on wall spaces.
The rooms of the four companies
at tho further end of the room, all
more or less attractive as a standing
order with military symbols and
trophies, wcro open and furnished
with conveniences for rest and re
freshment during tho evening. J 11
Co. B's room a piano is conspicuous.
A reception and dressing room for
ladies handsomely furnished and
decorated was close to tho front
entrance. Tho gentlemen were ac
commodated similarly behind a cur
tain of Hags on the street side of the
Armory. At the, middle of the same
3itl! utui the baud stand, where the
Hoyal Hawaiian Orchestra, conduct
ed by Prof. II. Merger in person,
gave harmonious rhyllim lo the Hy
ing feet of the dancers. Outside the
building on the harbor side a pictur
esque scene was afforded in seven
military tents pitched on the
A signal was given by a shrill
whistle at nine o'clock for Hie open
ing of the ball, and Hie following
programme, with a few extras, en
gaged the company's attention until
about two o'clock this morning:
Lancers, Waltz, Polka, Lancers,
Waltz, Scholtisclie, Lancers, Tlihty
Minutes Intermission, Waltz, Polka,
Lancers, Wall?., Scholtisclie, Walt.,
Lancers, Extras. The programme
card was neat and pretty, worthy of
preservation as a memento of the
There was a numerous response
to tlio invitations Issued by the
olliccrs and members of Co. A, the
lloor being comfortably lillcd when
a dance was up and a goodly num
ber of "wall llowers" seated. Olli
ccrs of Ihe warships in port and
numbers of foreign visitors made
merry along with the rr.-ddent pleasure-seekers,
and the latter included
not, a few stars in tiiu social firma
ment, ltcfrcshmcnls of the best
were furnished by the Elite Icecream
Olliccrs and men of Co. A have a
right to feel proud of their enter
tainment, as the work performed in
arrangements and execution was
neitohr slight nor slighted. Those
more prominently identified with the
event are listed below:
ni:ci:iriox commit rr.i:.
Major IL F. Hebbard, . '.
Copt. O. W. Ziegler,
Capt. E. W. Langlcy,
Capl. John Hrodie,
Capt. (1. 1C. Wilder:
Lieut. E. 1). Thomas.
Major IL F. Hebbard,
Capt. Hugh Oiinn,
Capt. A. Gartenberg,
Lieut. J. IL Hoist,
Lieut. E. II, F. Woltern,
Sergt. II. Ludwig,
Sergt. (J. Mueller,
Corpl. A. Vogel.
' '(.OMMITTI'.i: Of AIlltAXOT.Mr.NTS.
Lieut. E. 15. Thomas,
E. II. F. Woltcrs,
The committee of arrangements
bore the main burden, its prelimi
nary work makhig that of all the
others comparatively easy. Lieut.
Thomas the chairman was untiring
in his attention to details, ably as
sisted by all his colleagues, fir many
days and nights between the initia
tion ol tlio project and its brilliant
THE MOLOKAI TRIP.
Ui-apliU- Description of the Innprr
lion VUlt or Or. Kimball and Olli
ith to tliu Leper Settlement.
A party, as heretofore stated,
consisting of Dr. 'J. II. Kimball,
President of the Board of Health,
George C. Potter, its secretary, Dr.
Lntz, of the Branch Receiving-Hospital,
Dr. Bradley of tho Nipsic,
Sister Rose Gertrude, and Miss
Sweet, the Sun Francisco Examiner
corresoondentjleft Honolulu on Wed
nesday by the steamer Hawaii fpr a
visit of inspection of the Leper Set
tlement on Molokai. To Sister liose
Gertrude the visit afforded an op
portunity of acquiring a personal
insight to the most horrible and re
pulsive phases of the loathsome dis
ease to whose alleviation she had
consecrated her life. To Miss Sweet
the trip had that Havor of adventure
so agreeable to the Bohemian and
gave abundant promise of informa
tion antl data for her newspaper re
port. That neither of tho ladies
shrank from tlio visit but on the con
trary that both of them hailed the
opportunity as a gratification of their
dearest wishes, goes without saying.
Leaving Honolulu in the morning
the Hawaii crossed tho channel and
cruised along the northern coast of
Molokai. An array of perpendicu
lar cliffs of most forbidding aspect,
unrelieved by a singlo break in its
monotonous uniformity, was not
calculated to inspire warmest hopes
of a hospitable welcome. This line
of imposing bluffs extends the whole
dislancu along tho northern coast.
It frowns upon the tract set aside
for tlio segregation of lepers which
extends into the sea in the form of a
semi-circular peninsula. The re
treat, bounded thus on the south by
an almost impassable barrier of
bights and on the north by an
equally impassablo environment of
depths, presents a prospect of es
cape to the segregated as hopeless
as tho cure of their malady. On the
west sido of this semi-circular tract
is Kalaupapa, tho landing place lor
It was i o'clock when the vessel
dropped its anchor in a smooth sea
and the visitors effected an easy
lauding. An immense gathering at
tho wharf, tho Hawaiian Hag Hying,
and tho presenco of a band invested
the visit with unusual interest. The
reception partook of the character
of an impromptu ovation. The band
of music which entered as a factor
in tho welcomo is under the instruc
tion of Father Wendelin and is uni
formed. Resident Superintendent
Thomas E. Evans received tho party
at the wharf and led tlio way to his
house. This is a neat cottage in an
enclosure three sides of which are
bounded by a high board fence and
the fourth and front side by a close
picket fence. The hospitality ac
corded by Mr. and Mrs. Evans was
of the most gratifying character,
and, considering the great dcm.inds
upon its resources, of the most suc
cessful description also. After a
most tempting meal the travelers
spent the evening In social converse.
Tho ladles of the parly were assign
ed to a sleeping apartment and the
gentlemen were consigned to extem
porized berths. Slumber was lulled
aud disturbed by a stormy accom
paniment of rain and uitid. At
times the tempest prevailed to a
point of perfect fury. The wind
strikes the face of the cliffs glauc
iugly and vents its refracted vio
lence on the exposed settlement.
This particular wind scattered shin
gles in every direction, blew out the
railing of the, verandah, inverted the
outhouses and turned the bathhouse
completely around. Considerable
damage was done.
Next day tlio travelers, gentlemen
on horses and ladies in a carriage,
all provided by their genial host,
visited Bishop's Home. This bene
liccnt gift of Hon. Chas. R. Bishop
is a retugo for girls and unprotect
ed women. A schoolhouse having
a large assembly room, designed for
many purposes oven including recre
ation, is undergoing erection. The
Sisters aro in charge of this home
and it was Mother .Marianne who
piloted the visitors about the pre
mises. The Sisters arc provided
with a comfortable domicile in a' se
parate yard. The presence of llow
ers and shrubs in profusion bears
testimony to the reliued taste of the
tenants. A visit to the dormitories
was a perfect revelation of scrupu
lous neatness. The walls were de
corated with chromos of n cheerful
character. Little girls with dolls,
mature young ladies and withered
old women here mingle. Tho agc3
range between six and eighty. All
those present stood up each by her
own bed on the entrance of the vi
sitors. This is the usual recogni
tion accorded to strangers. There
arc about ninety inmates. There is
a largo hotel range in the kitchen
set in ti brick furnace. Two women
cooks attend to the culinary de
partment. After a thorough inspection of all
the buildings the party look horses
toward Kalawao. This time the la
dies occupied scats in a carriage
with Sister Marianne. Along the
road were a number of neat cottages
occupied by white lepers. Here as
elsewhere abundant hydrants render
available, a liberal water supply. The
road winds along the slope of an
extinct crater which is situated in
about the center of the leper tract.
From the crest of tho ridge the view
is magnificent beyond description.
Rocky islands cut off from the coast
by little straits dot the surface of
the sea. The cliff j abrupt on the
sea side slope in rolling undulations
toward the south coast. This slope
is thickly covered with a wooded
growth. Everywhere is a carpet of
green whose brightness has been en
hanced by the rains.
A turn round tho mountain slope
brought Father Damien's church
into view. The original structure
in which the martyred priest was
wont to intone mass has been incor
porated into the mcmoiial building
erected b3' his admirers. Tlio com
bination of old and new has the form
of n cross. A little back of the
church stands the cottage formerly
occupied by the Father but now
tenantless. The dead prtost's grave
is on the other side of the church.
Church, cottage and grave are en
closed by a fence. The front line
of the fence is bounded by the Gov
ernment road. Tho other three
sides face 11 row of old buildings
which constitute Hie Boys' Home.
On the arrival of the party about 80
of the inmates were discovered at
dinner. This Homo was formerly
in charge of. Father Damicn. Jt is
designed to establish three of the
Sisters in a neat cottage now build
ing on the opposite side of the road
from the church. Although not yet
translerrcd to this locality the Sis
ters have been in charge for about
two months. Tho improvement re
sulting from their labors is simply
marvelous. Neatness, and method
have replaced the slovenliness and
confusion of former periods. The
silc is an unfortunate one in many
respects. It is on an old graveyard
and below the road al that, and
therefore subject to Hoods and inun
dation. As before stated the build
ings are old with the exception of
kitchen and dining room. There is
an infirmary for sick boys. It is un
der (he immediate direction of Dr.
Swift, who is well seconded by
Brother Jos. Dutton. This indivi
dual is an Qx-c:iva!ryman of tho civil
war. In faith an earnest Catholic,
ho has made this work tho devotion
of a life, lie serves without Com
pensation. Tho functions of Father
Couradv are purely spiritual. At
his request the boys rendered a
native song, the burden of which
was regret for the death of Father
Damicn, and recognition of Father
Conrady as his successor.
In the Leper Hospital about 20
patients aro undergoing treatment,
though there aro accommodations
for thrice the number. Tlio condi
tion is not o bo favorably regarded.
It is highly probable that the cntiro
accommodations now located in Ka
lawao will ultimately bo removed to
Kalaupapa. It is ditllcult to under
stand what claims to consideration
Kalawao ever presented. Tho
slaughter house is a model of per
fection. The lloor of tho slaughter
room Is cement. Drain pipes con
vey the blood to a pig coital where
the offal is also thrown. The entile
pen conveniently adjoins the slaugh
ter room. The cattle killed are fur
nished on contract by lion. Sam.
Parker from his lauch in Matin, Ha
waii. The killing of- beef is under
the supervision of Win. Fcary and
the work is performed by persons
entirely tree fiom leprous taint.
The average consumption of beef al
the Settlement is about DO head per
Continuing from the slaughter
house on the return rollte the parly
ascended lo the rim of the ctatcr
which Is about .'100 feet above sea
level. The diameter of the crater
at the summit is abpul a half mile.
This diameter narrows b' a slope to
a lloor of about 200 yards average
width, which has been planted in
potatoes, etc. Tho descent to tin
inner crater is of a more precipitous
character. The base ol this crater
is a lake, the bottom of which lias
never been dlscovetcd on one side.
The lake is about one mile Iroin Hie
sea, but they have tlio same level.
The fact that this lake rises and
falls with Hie tide aud is of the same
sally consistency as the ocean fur
nishes good grounds for believing
that a subterranean connection ex
ists between the two. A trail leads
down the abrupt descent to the edge
of the lake and is greatly affected
by natives desirous of 11 bath. Ma
nieuic grass and luxuriant verdure
carpet the slope. About lo0 century
plants may lie seen.
About 700 horses, thu property of
lepers, feed on, the government
ranges. The village's have an air of
thrift. There is little apparent sick
ness. These tokens united to the
manifestly happy state of content
everywhere noticeable would fail to
convey to the superficial observer
that this is an asylum and retreat
for those alllicted by lite dread
scourge of leprosy. Mr. Evans'
management of the koku.is is judi
cious in the extreme, being the pro
per compromise between firmness
and gentleness. Dr. Snift has the
unbounded confidence of the patients
aud members of the community.
Shrinking from no necessary con
tact with the unfortunates, he has
endeared himself lo all by his untir-
' ing devotion to duly. Sister Rose
Gertrude attracted great attention
and considerable eagerness to know
what is in store for them among the
presents brought by her agitated the
populace. Drs. Kimball and Lntz
were the guests of Dr. Swift for the
night and the trio examined such
kokuas as presented themselves.
Tho remainder of the visitors re
turned to Mr. Evans' house. It
rained hard during the nigh I.
Next day Dr. Kimball and Dr.
Bradley ascended Ibo pali by the
new road built last October. Tho
ascent was rendered dangerous by
the washouts which hud occurred,
and the balance of the paity awaited
a telephone messaac from their des
tination, the residence of R. W.
Meyer, announcing the practicabil
ity of the route.- It came and next
morning tho remnant of the travel
ers dispensed with their horses at
the foot of the pali and commenced
the ascent on foot. Tho route zig
zags along the face of the cliffs. In
places the footing was dangerous
and a misstep might have been irre
trievably fatal. The ascent occu
pied fully two hours. Horses fro'm
Mr. Meyer's place awaited tlio party,
which was soon mounted and en
route. Traces of the wreck wrought
by the storm in the shape of over
turned and uprooted trees strewed
Kalac, tho residence of R. W.
Meyer, is a beautiful place about
IjUO feet above the sea level.
Stretching away from the house are
rolling pastures torn at intervals by
deep gulches. About the premises
contiguous to the house may be seen
many varieties of trees, shrubs, etc.,
the Monterey cypress being quite
conspicuous. The welcome was hos
pitable in a superlative degree. The
venerable patriarch is surrounded
by a perfect colony of his progeny,
and all sorts of skilled mechanical
work come from their hands. At
three o'clock the party loft Mr.
Meyer's for Katuiakakai. They
were obliged to wait tiil 11 ,o'clock
for the steamer Likclikc which they
attracted to their relief by signal
lights on tho buoys. A tempestuous
trip brought them back to Honolulu
where they arrived Sunday morning.
OUR new spring styles of llultimnre
Hiraw HniH.jiisVin. M. Mclncrny.
A NOTHER Invoice
r. Linen Shin?, just
of Fine Irish
to hand. M.
CLOTH ING, Clothing. Another In.
voleo of elegant PpringBtjlcs. Men's
and Hoy's Clothing, juti in. Al. Me.
InnriiY. mil lw
the undersigned duly hereby
Lrlve untied that, on (late we
have re-igncd our attorneyship In the
affairs ot U. Iicrtclmanu, of I'llaa,
Kauai. In favor of Kiieau llertelmaim,
wife of C. Uertulmanii.
II. 1 i:itTKT.MANX.
March 17, 1890 floi:u-i:u It'
AHPEOIAL meeting of the stock,
holder of thu tsuw Mill Co. will
ho held ui the olllcu of VY. U. Irwin &
Co., on THURSDAY, the 20th ioU., at
11 o'clock A. m. Husiticss of importance.
W. G. IKNTX,
001 td Secretary.
PO purchase, a
Apply at Ih l otllee
Society of the
Extract From Annual
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nity Bond. Many will "be attracted by the fact that you tire celling the.
bonds of a life insurance society vilh ase-rts over 105,0110,000.00, and
will not fall upon examitntioti to see its inliiiiMi1 merits.
"This, Willi our various form-, of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the insults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other ooiup.itiy will for a number of years,
lie able to show actual rc-utlts 011 similar Policies.
HENIIY B. HYDE,
Idv" Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under
ALEX, JD CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for tlio Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the I. S. Jau-l-!0
A I.AIM.K ASSORTMENT
Fiom SFK..-.0 to
KODAK CAMERAS !
A. SEED and tho CARIH'IT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR BOOK OK PHOTOGRAPH Y,
BRIT1B1I PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN' ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAIC
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOUT STIHCNT. ::::::
Handsome ! Indestructible !
Olicjxpei tl 1:1x1. Wood !
Our Lawn Konco protects a lawn
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Port btrcet, nppo. Spieekels' Hank, Honolulu, II.
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K. R. IIi'.Ntmr, Problem & Manager. .John
Cioiu'iinv llitow.v, Secretary A Trua-iiror. Cecil.
HAWAIIAN HARD? ARE CO.,
Opno-Sproolu-ls' Hunk, :
Gen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qonulno Havilaml China, plain acd deeoratodj aud Wedjcwocd
Piano, Library t Stand Lamps Chamloliers & Eleclolier-,
Lamp Fixtures of all kjniLs, A complete as.iortui't of Drills it Piles,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Oaello" It-wheeled Riding Plow & Knualuer,
lHiiebcard Rico Plow, Planter-i' Steel A- Goosenecked llose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KKROSl-NE, LLN'SKHD,
IVuils, Varnished it Hmdies, Manila & .Sittal Rope,
HANDLF.ri OK ALL KINDS,
IIoso, Hone, Hoo.
UUJJ1IKU, WIRK-IIOUND of sup-rior (iiuility, & STKAM, '
A;ato lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pooket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot itCopB, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cai I ridge,
iVGJEN'rttt iron '
Ilait'h Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo it Holt Threading,
Haitnian'8 Steel Wire Ponce it Steel Viro Main,
Win. !. FihhorV Wrought Steal Rangeu,
Onto Oitv Stone Filter!),
"Nuw Piocejs" Twifct Drill,
nov29-S9 , Neil's Curiingo lfainla.
Circular to Agents.
without concealing it, suitable
Churches, , Cemeteries, Etc.
Fort Klreo(, Honolulu.
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