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WEDNESDAY, MAK. 10, 1830.
OAKU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I. M.
Leave Honolulu !):C(i .'oo
Atihe Miiiiiinu 11:48 i!:lS
Leave .Mamma 1 1 :00 -I :nn
Al live Honolulu 1 1 :4S 1 MS
A. M. 1'. M. 1'. .M.
I.onvo Honolulu... U'i'.O 12:3() !l:0u
An Ive .Mamma ...10:18 1 :1H :i : IS
Leave. Muiiunu.. .. 11:1)0 l:i:t .1:0;,
Allive Huiirillllt... 11:18 L'liSI !:":!
Am wli liU Kelndecr from San Fran
cisco Am wli bk Son Runner from San Piuii-
Am Mm wh Allen Know let, Lnphiim,
fiom San FinncMeo
AuiNtiuwh llelvldeio fiom Sim Fiau-
Am Mm wh .Jame Allen from Sail
Am wli bk 71117.1 from Hun I'rmmi'.co
Am wli lik Alaska from San Francisco
Am wli lik tiudicw Hick" fiom San
Am wh bk Lydui fiom Sun Francisco
Am wh bk Stainbonl, Waldrnn, from
Stinr Klnau from Hawaii mid Maul
Am wli bk Helen Man., Kill", fiom San
Am bk Aldoh Hcfi'e, 17 days fiom Sail
trail chco " x
Stiiir J A Cummins from Koolau
Sclir Llholllio from Kniini
Am bkt Planter, Dow, for San Fian-
Sclir Ka Mol for Hawaii
Sclir Wnichu for Ktiuui
Am Rin wli i k Rchideru for Aictlo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktue.lohii Smith, Ku-'tcl', for San
From Maui and Hawaii, per Meiiuior
Klnau. Maich ID Jus lliton. J A Ken
nedy, W V l.oekwood, J H Wodehouse,
jr, F W IIji tt'li, Akuka, Mrs fl 0trum,
.r Uliul. Cap) .1 Hansen, W II Campbell,
Kev A N Flhfi-, E It Blven, .Mies Ha
mil n, Miss X Daniels, II A Heen and 02
For Kauai per tmr .Milcnhnla, Maieh
18Hon(l N Wilcox, Mies J Parke, .1
Sundi'iyon. llov ii Isenbeig, Hon I 1
Kuuoa, .Mr Muller, A Mi own, Mr Smith,
II a llncon, j Wilson, M Hanen, .1 G
Corrca, and 00 deck.
For Maul per stmr Likelikc, March
13-V.rs W II uciry, MUmm Stilus (2i, A
Young and :!0 deck.
The steamer Klnau biought 10,103
bags hiigar, 33 bags corn, 200 bags po
tatoes, 100 pkgt sundries, und 6S pkgs
Tbu Ainuilca'i bark Aldcn llesso ur-'
rlvcil this afternoon 17 days fiom San
Franclflco with general Xi eight.
Tho burk Ftrrls S Thompson will sail
for.-an Fraucisco about tho middle of
The biiikiMitjne Mary Wlnkclman has
been (locked at the V M S S Co's what
to receive sugar, and the barkoutlno
Irmgard, at the Klnau wharf.
Tho steamer 7'elo' and the schooner
I.iivlnia aro on the Marine itailwiiy.
Tho niericau barkeiitliio John Smith,
Captain OKustol, will J"all to-morrow
for Han Francisco, with a cargo of sugar
Tho burk Benj I' Hunt, jr, has been
moved out lu the stieam.
Arrived: March la, steamer Klnau
from Honolulu and wav ports: March
17, tern J G North from sea, dlseharff
Ing; March 18, steamer Kinaufrom Uilo
and way ports.
Departnic: March IS, steamer Klnau
for Honolulu and way ports.
' March fith, tho Am b.ukcullno Ell
ashore In a southcily squall and a total
7'ritVIS-On tho 8th Inst., at Kukul
haole, Ilamakuu, Hawaii, to the
wife of W. Herbert 1'urvls, Esq., a
HCN'TOX At Pnehuehu, Kohala, Ha
waii, on March lOib, Kntheritic J.,
beloved wlfo of Henry II Ronton,
uged 23 years.
IN THE NATIVE MANNER.
Yesterday evening, at the resi
dence of Mr. John F. Colbnrn, Iti
imu btreet, n luau was jjlven in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. .7. F. Merrill
and Uaptnin II. II. Ellis and Miss
ICIlis of Sao Francisco.
Tho arrangements were about per
fect. Numerous Chinese and Japa
nese lantern, were Imngabout the
house, giving jt a magnificent as
pect. Tho lanai, wliero tho feast
was held, was prepared with tropical
Shortly after eight o'clock fifty or
more persons sat down to the luau.
Every varioty of nativo dish, sotno
with big names and little fishc3, was
on tho table. Most of tho guests
"had been thero before" and knew
how to make tho inner being happy j
but the facial expressions (curiosity,
doubt, pleasure, etc., witlt lightning
changes) of the "strangers, '' as they
tasted each diah, Should have been
photographed. Toasts and speeches
became in order towards tho end,
and the healths of the host, tho
guests, the King, tho Cabinet, tho
press, and the ladies wero drunk.
A native troupe furnished musiu
during tho evening and after tho
feast dancing was enjoyed. Tho
guests had all dopaitcd by midnight,
each ono rejoicing at the pleasure
Ihpy had experienced.
LOCAL & OHHtflAL HEWS.
A Hirlf'.vito.v u
infiliicd' or luitu IH
A ji.MtK luy liiir-o U cnullmd
Oahu Prison awaiting the call of
'I'm: Pacific llardwaio' Oo. udvei
t'no t lie aiilvnl of f i ech slnckfc of eiil
lory and slnlilo fiiinifliinj,'!".
Tim: polHeript of a hii-diie--. letter
fiom Kolmlu iny: "Weather teni
hie; toadi almost inipn'--iible."
Till: muntlil.v niceline; of tin W.
('. T. U. will bo held ut Association
putlora 2:130 to-iiKiirow ufturiioon.
Mr.ncii.NT Mtcet, bclweun Nuiinnii
and Uctlicl, in undergoing needed
grading and is accordingly fenced oil'
from vehicle travel.
Li:t all oliofii players irrespective
of the excellence of their stylos of
play flock to the organization meet
ing' thi evening nt tin Hawaiian
Tin: Ainoiic.au barknntino .John
Smith will pail for San Francisco to
nionow at 11 a. in. and take a ninil,
which closes al llio Post Ollico at 10
Mil. Juo. Acliilown umiouucoA his
ability-to poform all kinds of repairs
on miincal iiistruincnlH. Ho is also
an experienced Inner of piano and
Jab. F. Morgan's regular ca.sli talo
of dry goods, clothing, hardware,
crockery and furniture will tako plueu
to-moriow. A number of cases of
champagne in pints and quails will
also bo sold.
Is the holiHif tho Kntciinn tlieio
arc coiled about twenty sea knots of
cable, and on deck are stowed about
thirteen knots more. Preparations
have been completed for pulling out
on tho lift favorable day.,
E. MAOi'Aiti.A.vi: vs. E. II. F. Wol
tcrs, bill for specific, poiformanee, is
on trial to-day liefoio Mr. Justico
Hickcrlon at Supremo Court chant
born. F. M. Hatch for plainlill"; V.
V. Ashford for defendant.
A Mi:r.Tisn of tho Hawaiian H.ie
bill League will shoitly be held when
the date of opening the ofoh's play
will be decided upon. Tho nines
have not as yet been chosen, although
practice bus been going on for some
lime. For tho interest of the games
as they only take placo weekly it is
hoped that four clubs will constitute
Rev. H. II. Davis, Kealakekua, Ha
waii, is foliciting contributions for a
a proposed stained glass window
in C'hiist Chinch, South Kona,
in.inemoiy of Captain Cook the
navigator, who was killed within
three miles ol that spot. Postal or
ders are to bo made payable to Mr.
Davis as above, who will also icceivo
Hawaiian postago stamps for small
amounts, and IT. May it Co. have
kindly consented to receive contri
butions for Honolulu.
Mail, per blctnc John Smith, closes
10 n. in.
V. C. T. I'., Y. M. C. A. par
lors, '2:510 p. m.
Meeting Star Mill Co.. 11 a. in.
Regular cash salo by Jas. F. Mor
gan, 10 a. m.
CARD OF THANKS.
Miss Patch desires to acknowledge
her obligations to those who so cor
dially assisted in tho seminary en
tertainment Saturday evening, es
pecially to Prof. II. Bcrger, whoso
co-operation was so valuable in its
preparation ; to tho Royal Hawaiian
String Rand ; to the Gleo Club of
the Karaehameha school, and to the
press of Honolulu for their frequent
and most kindly notices.
To that large circle of friends
the audience who honored the occa
sion with their prosenco, and whoso
cordiality inspired the success of tho
entertainment she would return
her sincere thanks.
AN AULD ACQUAINTANCE.
By the last mail letters were re
ceived frOjin Mr. W. J. Forsyth,
dated from Chiapas, Mexico, an
nouncing tho fact tbnt ho had just
completed the purchaso of n coffee
estate in that locality for the sum of
Slf0,0Q0. Tho estate is an exten
sive ono,and tho bulk of tho planting
lias yet to be done. The work of
developing, planting, and working
of the estate is entirely in Mr. For
syth's hands, and lie is very san
guine ns to tho ultimate success of
the undertaking. "Labor," he
writes, "is at present our greatest
dilllculty, but arrangements aro be
ing made to obtain Polynesians, who
aro very much like the Indians of
Mr. Forsyth, it will bo remember
ed, was emnlovcd by this Govern
ment in 1888 to go round the group
for the purpose of making a report
on tho possibilities and prospects of
growing coffee in large quantities on
these islauds. After traveling round
for several months, ho prepared an
exhaustive report, that, was publish
ed in the Planters' Monthly, in
which the subject of growing cin
chona wns also dealt with. The re
port strongly advocated tho cultiva
tion of both coffee and cinchona, on
certain localities in the Kona dis
trict. A bill was passed through
the Legislature asking for Govern
ment assistance which, however,
did not receive tho King's sanction;
and the scheme of cultivating both
products upon an extensive scale
lapsed for want of tho necessary en
couragement from local capitalists.
TIIE HILO RECORD.
Until OiinraliniiK.-foiitliiuctl Klnriu
ttolibd' Catiiclit..- Hntrlnioiilnl
(7Vm Ililo IRcnrd, Muvch 18.)
The Road Hoard have been at
work the past week on the "Wnio-lamn-Wninkoa"
ennui. Whether the
opening of this waterway will cause
n permanent tilling up of tho mouth
ol the Waiolama stream, is yet tin
open question. But we need some
direct way of reaching Wainkea land
ing. The long jioundiiliout one by
way of the Kulepolepo street, Is not
what we want. If the canal joining
the Waiolama to the Wailoa will
give us a direct roadway all right,
but if not then the Waiolama should
be bridged. At this season of the
year we may expect that live times
"out ol ten It will be so rough at our
present boat landing, that passen
gers and freight from Honolulu will
all have to be landed at Wniakea ;
and tiicre should bo a direct road
there and not the long one wc have
mentioned above. There arc quite
a large number, too, of people living
south of the Waiolama, and some di
rect way should bo provided forthem
to reach town. We are not finding
fault with the Road Hoard or any
body else in Ithis matter, but only
wish it pushed through and not let
it be another year before it is done,
in one way or another.
The now jail on the Volcano road
is finished and the prisoners wore
transferred to it last Saturday. Mr.
Murlin has about completed the ditch
near the woods, which will remedy,
wc think, any danger of overflow to
tho road in that place. The last
heavy storm has damaged the Vol
cano road but little. It washed off
in a few places the top dressing.
This is being repaired. The road
through the woods is so well drained
that no storm, except a cloudburst,
can damage it. The road is now
entering the woods on the north of
Olaa and will run through them
about two and one half or three
miles to a point 15 or 10 miles from
From Kona wo hear, that in the
suits brought against the Road
Hoard thero was a failure to convict.
The late storm of wind and rain
was very severe all along the. Kona
The barkentiiK) Ella' went a9hore
last we.ek during'the northerly blow.
The large moorings laid there parted
and soon she was driven far up on
the rocks. She had about 100 tons
of sugar on' board which was all lost.
The wreck was bought by Mr.
Wight of Mahnkona. No insurance
on the vessel.
On last week Tuesday a Jap lab
orer was walking up the road with
his wife, when' ho accused her of in
fidelity and immediately drew a
jack-knife on her and with one cut
severed the jugular vein of the
woman. He then cut himself badly
about the throat, trying to kill him
self ; but ho is now in n fine way to
recover. This was near Dr. Oliver's
place, between Naalohu and Waio
liinu. As soon as the Jap has suffi
ciently recovered to be brought into
court, his examination will bo held.
Fortunately tho Sheriff arrivpd in
Kau the next day.
A horso was found one day last
week saddled and bridled, away
down ono of tho Tabala gulches,
where he was carried by the torrent.
It is supposed that his rider must
have been drowned, although no
body had been recovered.
The storm was ono of tremendous
force in Kau and did much damage.
Aiona's stores in town have dur
ing the past three weoks beon en
tered and small sums of money
taken. Saturday morning tho outer
door of the mauka store was open
and a watch and a small sum of
money wero missed.' That forenoon,
one of tho small boys living near
was found in possession of a new hat
and a new pair of shoes. On search
ing him tho watch was found in his
possession. The young rascal con
fessed to being the person who had
been doing tho pilfering lately, by
going into tho storo before closing
time and hiding under the counters,
until all was closed up and then get
ting wiint he could and leaving. He
is now in jail awaiting his trial.
WANTi:if A HUSBAND.
Ho must bo about six feet tall,
dark hair and moustache preferred,
strong and good matured. He must
not bo short and white haired, never
mind how strong, must not use his
wife's back for a warming pan at
night, must not chew and get drunk,
must not want to hold her hand for
1i minutes. Scotchman preferred
though American will do. No Eng
lishman may apply. Address I M.
in Advertiser, Hui.r.r.TiN', Gazette or
The St. Patrick dance was enjoyed
by all. The cool weather inndo the
dancing very pleasant.
YcBterday afternoon Representa
tives Nawahi and Raker met their
constituents, nt tho courthouse.
Next week wo will give a full report
of what wns done there.
Our-storm still continues, with a
strong wind from the northward,
which has brought a heavy surf into
the bay, rendering it impossible
for boots to lend on this side. Sugar
is piling up in all the storehouses
along tho coast to Waipio. Another
fact, showing the need of tho Haina
kua and Ililo railroad. Hurry up
the road, wo say.
C. E. Richardson has put up a
powder house on the beach, where
there can be no danger to nny one.
Tho Government holiday, yester
day, passed off very quietly.
Thirteen arrests on Saturday night
for gaming and opium.
Hail ltciciv'iiu'iil..M reck
llio i:iln-..ltuti liunnlat,
Early Sunday morning a deep
gloom was cast over the whole of
this district by the sad and unex
pected announcement of the death
of Mrs. Henry Kenton, formetlv
Miss Hind of Hawi Plantation. She
leaves behind her twin daughters,
who latest teports say are doing
well. Cutoff In the eatly bloom of
her womanhood, she lives in the
nietnoiy of those who knew her, as-r-
onu of the mout amiable and unas
suming of her sex. lleaitfelt sym
pathies for the bereaved husband
and her family arc freely expressed
on all sides. Truly we can here
give vent to the words of the Psalm
ist, "This poor one cried, and the
Lord heard her, and saved Iter out
of all her troubles."
Copious rains have been the order
here for the last six months; about
ten inches of rain, we hear, has al
ready fallen during this month.
Soon after the departure of the Ki
nau last week for Honolulu, a hurri
cane of the regular kona typo swept
over the district, continuing unabat
ed for about twenty-four hours, and
doing serious damage everywhere.
At Mahukona during the afternoon
of Friday, 7th, hist., indications of
the baiometer became so threaten
ing that Cnpt. Hansen and the crew
of the harkentine Ella, anchored 'off
shore of that port, had to abandon
their ship. The storm did not abate,
when, at !1 o'clock of the following
morning, with a sudden squall and
counter sea, the vessel was torn
from her anchors nud hurled on the
rocks, somewhere in the vicinity of
the new warehouse of tiic Hawaiian
Railroad Co. A big hole was alovc
in her bottom and a quantity of su
gar washed out. She had about
l.lOO bags of sugar aboard, nearly
300 of which were subsequently re
covered in a more or less damaged
condition. On Thursday, 13thinst.,
an auction sale of the wreckage
brought about seven hundred dol
lars. Damaged sugar was sold se
parately. Special trains were run
throughout the day by the Hawaiian
Railroad Co., many availing them
selves of the privilege.
It is whispered around that a pro
minent gentleman of this district is
about to enter the matrimonial state.
Maui furnishes him with a bride.
All wish him godspeed.
It is to tho credit of those in
power for responding to the wishes
of the district in re-commissioning
Judge Atkins for Kohala.
March IS, 1800.
Yesterday Frank Fisher was found
not utility of assault and battery on
Manoel Kodrigo and discharged.
Manocl Koelrigo, licensed of rape
on the person of Louisa Either,
Ah Sun and others remanded lo
Yuen Ping remanded from March
15th nolle pros'd. For another of
fense the defendant pleaded guijty
and was 'discharged with reprimand.
Puamana and Pelika and Gabriel
Arthur Johnstone- for libel ie
mantled by consent to Thursday,
March 20. "
Four men charged with intoxica
tion forfeited bail ; one on t-anie
charge was reprimanded and dis
charged, and one was remanded till
Daniel Mocaloha for more aloha
of rings than tho law allows, was re
manded on his plea of guilty to a
charge of larceny to this day for
Iokcpa and Kalua charged with
closet ting service of Wilder S. S.
Co. were ordered to return to duty.
At this morning's session A.
Warsscy accused of maliciously
maiming dog of h. Kavnnagli was
found guilty and fined Sl." and
Daniel Mocaloha who was remand
ed froth the 18th for sentenco for a
finding of guilt in tho fourth degroc
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for six months. $ 1 costs.
Schncigc wns reprimanded and
V. II. Mason pleading guilty of
assault on Ilolon (w) was lined 810
with 8 1 costs.
Ah Yeck, possession of opium,
Arthur Hunt accused of drunken
ness and disturbing night forfeited
bail of 8G for formor and 810 tor
latter charge owing lo nonappear
ance. Hut on subsequent appear
ance and at his representation and
request the cases wero continued till
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. O Honolulu Killcs,
Oahu I.odgo No. 1, K. of P.
Mystic I.odgo No. 2, K. of P., at
Services at Central Union church,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, nt 7:30.
Meeting chess players, Hotel, at
OUR now spring styles of Iliiltlmoro
Straw Lints, just la. M. Mclniirny.
ANOTHER invoice of Fine Irish
Linen Bliirti, Jtnt to hand. M.
Moluorny. -"'01 lw
CLOTHING, Clothing. Another In.
voice of eligunt Hprlngstylcs. Meii'rt
and Hoy's Clothliii;, Just in. M. Me.
Inurny. MM lw
Auction Sales b7 James P, Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale!
TO-aiOKUOW. Miiri-li aoiii,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
At my Hulcsnmiii, Qiii'tu ircut, I will
sjl at Public Auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
1 lurtl wart. C'rot'lim'y.
B, W, Harbletop Bedroom Set,
lllnck Walnut tfldebo'id,
TilUli'., Cllllllr1, Eic., Kto.
And at II o'clock a. m ,
41 cases of Cbampigno In Qiarls,
26 casjs of Cininpajius in Pints,
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Tlic Pari Hi' ILii'ittvarn Co.
Have i iRt reit'lved u line line of
G. Wostengholm's I.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
r-011 Supplies Goncrally. if
Of San Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked in sonic of the Inrcc't
piano mid orgu'i factories in the United
otates of America, 1 am fully able and
prapnteil to do all kinds of repair work
In Hie most satlsfnctory milliner.
Kir Orders euu by left t II. F.
Wiuliniari's Jewelry Ktore. Foil siree',
at tlits Advertiser ofllcc, or lliroii);!'
Mutual Telephone No. !U7. roil I in
t ii i:
Maiiuliicliiiffi' Shoe Co.
Hwfived ex Zeal mill!, thitirdiiy,
u lurfto consignment ol
Medium ami wry
BILLS for BALL.
ALL bills itgihiHt the bull eoiiiiniiltc
or Co A, Honolulu Hllle', will ho
rceulved by tho Ch-drnmi.
i:. it. tiiomas,
.IT. tw 1' ( Hox Mo. 117.
IS Inroby given tliui I will not b,
ponaiDlu (i- lb') pnymeiil of
debit, coilruotcd in my mine,
my written otdor.
Honolulu, March ti. I1MI. Mill l
the undei stoned duly lieieby
Klvo notice that, on dale we
have l cslgned our .nttnrnnystilp In the
affalri of C Iieitelmann, of Piliui,
Kiiuiil. in favor of Susan Ilertelmiiiiu,
wife of C. iiertehminn.
Maieh 17, 18'JO. ."Willi-I'll If
AHPKCIAL iiROtinit. of the Block,
holders of tho Star Mill Co. will
bo hold ut tho ofllco of V. U. Irwin &
Co., on THURSDAY, the wOth iaH., at
11 o'clock a. it. Busiiif'SR of Importance.
YV. O. IRWIN,
501 til Seerelury.
IUOM the Coist a choice lot of
: Cigars, Cigarette and TobnccoH,
which will bo sold at vcrv 'low prices.
101 lm No. 87 Kill),' btreet.
FIREWOOD for talo at llnwniiim
Commercial Halcsioomi1, corner of
Queen anil Nuiiunu KtreclH. 4f tf
pOpurnhnie,ii Viiicoiiil-lmiiil Safe.
Apply at this olllce.
COPIES of tlnDAtLV Uuu.r.TiN, of
the (lutes pcellU'd below, t"0 cents
a copy will be paid for the sumo on
delivery at this ollleo:
January i),lHHtt, a Cople.
K.-Il'lliuy 4..1HSU. tf :mI'h.
X Hnrnes for pnek.
lug. Apply at tho
Hnwalhiu Pnelflu On.
- Ulo Works, foot of
riV) rent for 1 month a Lnrgu
X Room or Hall, either
IfySyHl ground tlooror iiHtain, must
be centrally tltiiatcd. 'lO.'i tf
Ileal Estate For Sale.
TWO Houses and Lots on
Robcllo Lane, Pallium.
Convenient to Btcam nnd tram
cum. Very lieauny locality, i.ot on
King street, near Unimiuku's Line, t at
particulars apply lo
JOHN K. HOWLER.
I OrClms.T. (lullek. -W0 Ilni
Society of tho
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to oifer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Mnnv will be "attracted bv the fact thut you ure selling the
bonds of n life insurance society with assests over S 105,000,000.00, uud
will not fail upon examination to see its intiin-ic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now nble to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual icsulls on similar Policies.
'IIKNKY Ii. HYDE,
ktSr Send for illustrative pamphlets, or
Gcnoral Agent for the Hawaiian lslaudu, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-00
B U IS i II y I P iJ II i3
U ID KjP U, Kl Ufa U i'i VJ Q D H ?
A I.AUG t: AistfOHTMENT OK
AMATEUR, OUTFITS !
Kioni .fS.."0 to $100 Each.
CODAK CAMERAS !
The M. A. SKKI) and the OAUIU'IT
YHAK HOOK' OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
UUITISII PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PUOTOURATHY
And PlIOTOCIIUrniC MOSAICS.
HOL.LBSTER & CO.,
!Oi Vmi'V KTItKKT.
Handsome S indestructible !
01ic-iei lliiXM. Wood !
HK JH-fBBWfWi i nBUfl1' i 'ii'h llwO v 111 H.Ml
Lawn Fence piotcets a lawn without concealing it, suitable
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc,
FOR SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Fort 6ticot,oppo. SpreokelB' Hnnfc, Honolulu, H. 1
E. It. Hkndisv, President & Manager.
GoiiriiKV Huown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppu. iJpri'ckelA' Bn.uk,
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Gonuino Haviltuul Chiaa, plain nrd decorated; and Wedpcwocd
Piano, Libiary A Stand Limpt, CliatidoliotA it Electoltoro,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A coniplnlo aasortm't of Drills .t Filen,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazollo" Il-wboolod Riding Plow .t EquAlizor,
lllucbeard Hico Plow, l'liuitortt' Stonl it Ooodoneokud Ho,
OilH, Oils, "
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINflI1,
IViuli, Vriijili(s t IlrtuliOH, Manila &. Siaal Rop,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hoso, JC-Xoo, Hose,
RIJUHER, WIRE-HOUND of Htipwior quality, A. STE1M,
Agate Iron Wine, Silver Plated Waro, 'Pablo fc Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, The Cnlebr.Ueil"Club" Maehino-lpadod Oiirltiiluea,
Hurt'M Patent "Duplex" Din Stock lor Pipe .fc Bolt Tliroadinjr,
IIiutmau'H Steel Wire Fonco k Stoel Wire Mats,
Win. O. Fisher' Wrought Stoel RanRM,
Onto City Slono Fillora,
"Now Piooois" TwUl DrilU,
noviD-SO NV Cairiago PuiuU.
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Circular to Agouts.
call in parson oa lbs under-
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Jons Ema, Vicc-Presidont.
Cr.cn. Iluow.v, Auditor.
: Fori Struct, Honolulu.
and DEALERS IN
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