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SATURDAY, MAR. 22, 18C0.
OAHU RAILWAY A LAND COMPANY'S
A. .M. I'. M.
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A l live Honolulu 11 ; I S I : l.S
A.M. P.M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu... 'J::!( li::;o :i:(io
Aiilvo.Mnnnua .. 1(1:18 l:IS :i:IH
Leave Man.imi.... 11:00 l:l:l ! :(C.
Anlvo Honolulu. ..ll:ls L'::tl .1 :,:'.
., , ARRIVALS.
Run ins Makee from ICsiujI
Schr Kiiwnllani tiotn Kunkui
Schr M i For r from anal
Sehr ((oil Roy from Eva
Am wli bgtue Finueli li llretov forllio
Am wli bk .Iaiiie;i Allen, Millatd, for
Arctic tc H
Am wli lik Alaska, FWior. for Atvlle
Am wli bkEli.i, Kelly, for Aiotle i-ens
Schr .Mlllu Morris for Koolau
VESSELS i EAVIHG TO-MORROW.
Am wh hk Stnmhoiil. Smith, for Arctic
Am wli bk Helen Mar?. EIIU. for Arctic
VESSELS LEAV HC MONDAY.
Am bkt Mary Wiiikelman. Djicboig,
for San Francisco
fc'ohr Knwallnni for Koolau
Stmr.T AJJninnihis for Koolau
Tim steamer O 1( Ilhhop brought 1 1 to
bas sugar, f.Oli bags i Ice, .in hags rice
lirati, anil 10.1 bagi kalo from Koolau
Tluirs ny evening.
'I'lii! steamer h aula airivnl yesterday
morning from Kauai with fl.s.1 bags
sugar lor tin- barkentlno j.nry W'inkd
111:111. Tilt- barkculluo .lolm Smith took for
San Francisco Thursday 1C.V.I7 lugs
Migtrnml iSAO bunches li.iuaims. The
cargo welghtd about i,0:i() tons which
wax valued at fjiil,17.2ij.
Tins bark V O Nhlimuro goes on the
Marino Rallwnv next week to haw; her
The whaling bark .lames Allen,
Alaska, and lira, will sail lids allor
noou for the Aietio Ocean, and the
.Stnmhoul and Helen Mars will leave to
morrow. The schooner Kawailaui brought 800
bag rleo. from Koolau till morning.
The steamer .lames Make anlved
from Kapaa this morning uithL'Oi.'Obngs
sugar and 22 head cattie.
EVEHTS THIS EVENING.
Concert, II. 15. M. fi. Champion
troupo, Opera House, S.
' EVENTS 0HM0JiDAY.
Sale of Crown Intnl leases, by L.
J. Levey, nt 12 noon.
Labor conference at Foreign Of
fice, 2 p. in.
Fifth Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
Holy Communion, 0:30 a. 111.
Litany, 0:00 n. in.
Morning Prayer, 10 a.m. (Hymns
!)fi, 108, 200. Sermon by Rev. V.
Hawaiian Evensong, 3 :.10 p. in.
Evening I'raver, (! p. m. (Hymns
!)7, 109, 207. 'Sermon by Uev. II.
Second congregation, sen ices
11 :l.r n. m. and 7:30 p. 111. Rev.
A. Mackintosh, pastor.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play this afternoon at Emma Squaro
commencing nt '1 :30 o'clock. ' Fol
lowing is the programme :
March Carry Arms Lchuhardt
Ovci turn Romautlo Heln
1'olka Stephanie Fahrbaoh
Selection Jiiuaiuoto (by request)...
Fantasia Vert Vert Offenbach
Waltz Danube Waves Ivanovlel
' TO-NIGHVS ENTERTAINMENT.
The programme of the entertain
ment to lie given to-night by the
Minstrel Troupe from II. It. Sl. S.
Champion is as follows:
. I'AUT 1.
Opening Chorus Ohio Statu
Eoug Duck Foot Sue I. Onrney
Kong Fifty Cents J. Jlurroit
Song Flor.i Hell I. f.eaiy
oug t Igar Divan ( !. Jleuueit
Soug-The Onl .Man of Sixty. W. aters
Song TobogL'aniug K. K nihb
Song 1 Can't Oct at lt..K. Humphries
Selcetlou Operatic Orchestra
Clog Dnnco I. Leonard
Mump Speech r. llanett
Song Mary McOinnU J. Moonev
Iteeitullou-The Life lloat
Ii'lsli Comedian f. Hoyce
lliinju Solo T. R Flight
Farce "Tho Wiumakcra"
lloxlng W. Waters vs. F. Towors
Single Stick Hour.
g.v A FUHMallKDWoomln
!mSr9 ' piivuioliotiHi by a steady
BSzSJsa gentleman. Kent not exceed,
lug r- per mouth. Ad.lrees "1. O.
llox C." (50!t tf
COTTAGE convenient to
I quiet pincu near Ilotii
(lur.iiu tent iiesiuu
Address "C. O.,"
YOB PRINTING ol oil kinds 010
0 cuicd nt the "Dully Bulletin" Ofllcu
LOCAL & CENERAL HEWS.
A ca.mi:iia in for sale.
A vt'iixiMin:ii loom is wauled.
Hand concert this afturuonn.
A (i UK. to take euro of childicii is
wauled on Kuiiiii.
(J. II. Wii.i.ih, Dcpnly Sbciill" of
Kauai, i in the city.
N nv st les of ilie.sgiodsaic ndvci
HmmI liv Clms. .1. Fi.-hel.
Tin: late Anione (.'iinlia did not
liMt' 11 widow iih icpoited,
Mit. TIipo. II. Davit's will conduct
tlio children's scrvici to-inoiiow af
tt'iiioon nt .'! in (lie Y. M. C. A.
Mil. R. liii-hinan lias a largo aira
of land tinder grapes. Tho variety is
tho Isabella and oven in this unfa
vorable, weather the fruit is ripening
finely. Some, bunches kindly muii
to tiio Hi'M.r.Tlx olllce having been
((sted nio pionuunced delirious.
A it.w weeks si two T. IC. Natluiuiel
found 11 sandal Wood imago at tho
mouth of Smith's Crcilc. It i pin
bably of Chiiievo origin. One iiriu
mul 11 poition of the n'lilp art! gone
Tb(! bas-p on which the ligtiiv is pus
oil is pretty well incrusted with bin
nacles. 'I ho idol has been prociilrd
to the Government Museum.
Kdituu I!n.i.i:rix: Why, on tho
eve of the assembling of parliament,
is a star chamber to discuss a ques
tion of national interest V Is the
Legislature to "he anticipated by a
hole and corner meeting of' a
coterie? To whom are the
circulars sent? The mechanics
and workingmcii of this country pro
test against this usurpation of tho
functions of the peoples' representa
tives', at the instance of a minority,
who, nt, present, aic not themselves
representing the people.
A QUERY BY A QUERIST.
Kdiioii Ilni.r.inix: It has been
stated by parties connected with
pol'cc headquarters, that there was
another "wetting down" scene en
acted a couple ot nights ago at the
Station house, by turning the hose
upon an unfortunate fellow who was
not only drunk but partially para
lyzed. This brutal, cowardly and
criminal practice lias already been
severely commented upon in your
columns. If the writer's recollcc
is correct, tho Marshal (on the pre
vious occasion referred to) didn't
know anything about it till his atten
tion was called to it by the press.
Query: Isn't it about time the Mar
shal did know something about what
was going 011 right under his olllcial
EntTon IJri.i.Tiix:- If there is any
single line of policy, or want of po
licy rather, more than another
that has caused members of the He
form Parly to desert it, it is to bo
found in the matter of appoint
ments. There are very few in this
community, it may be believed, who
adhere to the spoils system pure
and simple, but there arc very few
outside of those having the control of
appointments who do not believe that
where there are two applicants who
arc equally qualified to (ill a position
and where the interests of tho public
would bo equally qualified to (ill a
position and where the interests of
the public would be equally well
Mtbsorved, but that the one who has
stood by the party and helped make
it, has risked Ids life for it and is
willing to do it again, should be
preferred to a person who, if ho
doc3 not belong to tho other side, to
say the least, has done nothing. The
case is much stronger under the
conditions mentioned in favor of a
person who has stayed by the party
through thick and thin, and who by
having his home and family in the
country has thereby contributed to
its material prosperity, as against
one who, if not a stranger, has for
many years made his home in an
other land. In cither case the ap
pointing power has no discretion in
honestly discharging iq trust but
must appoint the man who lias stood
by the party and the country, the
man who has taken an active part in
puttinii the appointing olllcer in his
position. Many of our ofllcials,
however, seem to feel that the olllces
wern made for their special benefit
after Hiny have gotten comfortably
initialed, and that they can do as
they please, entirely disregarding
the wishes of their supporters and
forgetting llicir obligations to the
men who made them, so to speak.
Such a case has recently come under
observation, and it is Just such kind
of breach of trust that has killed the
Reform Party, or if it is not quite
dead, that will kill it. Let us hope
that the patty that conns next into
powet will do at least one thing,
"keep faith with itself."
LEMON Ple A Crtnni
Cakes fresh to-tlsy at
lil tho "hllte." SO J It
UR now spring styles of llidiimoio
Straw llatR, just in. M. Molnerny.
A NOTHER involeo of Finn Irh.li
xl l.lncu clilrtP, jiut to hand. M.
Mclnerny. fiOl lw
'"PHE BEST PAPER toaubhcrlbo
JL- lor la tho "Dally 15111101111." CO
c u) la per month.
EIGHT H0URSA DAY.
Till! . '11)1)1' Mtl'ltjrulo t'rtV Till Yi'at
A .iinleonle Method.
Lately a correspondent of Until
sti eel's published in the .SI. Louis
Post-Dispatch an interview with
SaiiiiiuI Comperi, President of the
American Federation of Labor. The
subject was the inowineiit on fool
in the Federation for establishing
eight houts as a day's labor through
out the coiintty. ltclnw we give the
inteiview In the coriiMpondeiil'y
Samuel Gompi'is is President of
the American Federation of Labor,
and proves to be uhat I had pte
sttmed, judging from llio executive
utterances of the federation, a gen
tleman of exceptionally conservative
temperament, advanced ideas upon
what may bo oharaetori.sd as poli
tical economy, a peculiarly winning
manlier and a vocabulary which at
traetx attention. lie h rasy to
meet and glad to impart informa
tion. In appearance Mr. (jumpers may
be. likened to an English edition of
Napoleon I., and In his management
of tho federation, so lar as method
is concerned, lie may certainly be
considered a master workman.
"Your organization, Mr. (!om-peiN,"-aiil
I, "has begun the agita
tion for a uniform eight-hour day,
so mildly, as well uu persistently and
forcefully, carefully concealing or
omitting all reference to allcnin
livcs, in case t lit; request is not
granted that I am anxious to know
what you expect to do on May 1st
if the employers, as a rule, refuse
to adopt the fewer number of hour.-)
"It means strike of course,"
was the reply. "You will notice
that for the first time, and I believe
in the history of organized labor,
we are exhausting evety menus to
bring about the desired result by
other means than a strike. We have
published tons of speeches, papers,
essays and tracts, showing good rea
sons why the toiler should not be
expected or requiied to work more
than eight hours daily. We have
and arc holding public meetings lo
enlighten all who will listen, and we
are leaving nothing undone as lo
personal conference and coufccnce
by letter to induce employers and
contractors to grant concessions in
the direction indicated."
"Tell me," said I, "how you re
gard the action of the Convention of
ltuilding Contractorfs nt St. Paul re
cently, which, in reply to your letter,
recommended payment of wages by
the hour, instead of by the day. Do
you not think that amounts to a
checkmate? Will not present wnges,
for instance, divided by eight in
stead of by ten or more (paid on tho
hour basis) mean less for the wage
earner per diem?"
The President of the federation
smiled, and in reply read me his let
ter to that convention in which he
distinctly avoided asking that body
to recommend or adopt an eight
hour day. At most the letter could
be said to urge upon tho gentlemen
to whom it was addressed the ad
visability of not taking action anta
gonistic to tho eight-hour day. After
reading it Mr. (Jompers said: "I
think.lhc builders did all that could
have been looked for. lsTo body of
employers can bo expected to make
radical changes in their methods of
work, particularly" here the
speaker smiled again "before they
are asked to do so. The builders
were not formally asked lo adopt
the eight-hour da. 1 think tho
wages question will settlu itself,
after the question of hours of labor
Keferring to the widely extended
ciglil-hour strikes in 188(5, I asked
whether, if strikes became a neces
sary element of the work of the fed
eration next spring, wc might ex
pect to see anything like the dis
turbance which centered at Chicago
a few years ago.
Imagine my surprise at seeing
Mr. (Jompers start' Ironi his chair
and grow red in the face in an evi
dent desire to control himself, but I
could not at the moment imagine
how or why tho question had ex
Brushing one hand through his
hair, lie said in n voice much deeper
"Why, 1 am no Anarchist; no
bomb thrower; violence to individ
uals or a disregard of property
here I relieved him and
My reference was to die
eight-hour strikes of four
years ago, while the question had
been construed to refer to the I lay
The point sought was simply
whether the country is lo suffer in
dustrial disturbances this spring, if
necesanry, to enforce an eight-hour
day. Nowhero has tho federation
put their case in just that way, but
the fact is now plain enough.
And it may as well bo accccpted
that if strikes arc resorted to the
movement will bo a vigorous one.
Mr. Gompers explained that the Na
poleonic method of procedure is to
bo adopted. A general btrike will
not bo attempted, risking weakening
the whole line. A strike, if ordered,
will bo in 11 special industry, anil
the whole force of the federation,
and, for that matter, of organized
labor, will bo called upon to assist
it. If necessary this will bo follow
ed by another striko in a particular
industry, and so on.
Tho outlook, Ihetoforc, in case
employers do not seo llicir way
clear to a position which may bo re
garded as "not antagonistic to this
the eight-hour day" Is for a large
number of Industrial c.iiploycs to
strike during 18'JO.
The American Federation of La
bor is tho largest and must impor
tant body 'of its kind in the country,
having at this time nearly (!fU, ()(')()
incinbeiH. The Knights of Labor
and other similar bodies In sympa
thy with the movement will aggre
gate as many more. Out of the I.'!,
000,000 adults in the country llieie
is thus seen lo be a hard-working,
persistent minority who are looking
ahead to the eight-hour day in or
der that the wotkjhop may not be
developed faster than the home,
which is a cause of industrial de
pressions, as George Gouton puts
it. This minority amounts to only
10 per cent, of the whole number,
but it is very likely lo accomplish
something. Ai.nr.ur C. Si i:t.n-.
Y. M. C. A.
liitciTstlnc IlrniN--r.viiiit:i'lii'iU i:n
tf rirlM--Kiit'iii'Ht lliiiteuvoi'N.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the Y.M.C.A. was held Friday night
with President Henry Waterhousc
in the chair. After prayer by Rev.
F. (!. Deck with a letter from' Vice
President T. 1. Walker alleging
sickness as the cause of his deten
tion from the meeting was read.
Minutes were then read and approv
ed. A partial repoit of tho lloatd
of Directors was followed by a state
ment of Treasurer Southwick show
ing total receipts 81,187.00; total
disbursement5!, $( 10. 10 ; balance on
The report of the General Secre
tary announced the completion of
various needed improvements and
renovations. KIcclric lights with
drop coids have been procured.
The expense of their introduction
was coveted by a separate subscrip
tion and the cost of their mainten
ance will not exceed 21.10 per
month. The Secretary was forcibly
struck by the accession in tho num
ber of visitors, probably due in some
degree lo the presence of whalers
and other vessels in port. In fact
the attendance of members suffers
by comparison, lie urged renewed
zeal with an intimation that zeal can
belter be displayed by presence
than absence. The outgoing whalcis
will he well provided with reading
mailer to while away the monotony
incident to a voyage. Nine hundred
papers and sixty magazines have al
ready found their way to the ves
sels in the harbor. The Secretary
deplored the prevalence of indul
gence in drink in this community.
It is useless to shut one's eyes to
the increasing spread of the habit.
It has invaded the precincts of the
church. He had in mind a member
who had been badly intoxicated the
night before and was even now in a
state of inebriety sulllcicnt to pre
vent his participation in this session.
Devotional Committee reported
general interest. The Temperance
Committee reported a rather dreary
outlook. On all sides intemperance
was advancing with rapid strides.
Renewed zeal and purpose in com
bating this dread enemy should
nerve all Christians. Saloon3 arc
arrayed against every good work
Visitation Committee reported
briefly and tho Invitation Committee
failed to render a report owing to
the absence of tho chairman, but
Mr. Fuller warmly acknowledged
the faithful and elllcicht services of
Kmployment Committee, through
its chairman, Mr. Geo. P. Casllc,
reported that applicants for employ
ment were mostly intemperate men
who subsequently disgraced the re
commends which secured their en
gagement. Such outcome of tho
benevolent endeavors of Ihe com
mittee impaired its infiuence, as it
bad come to be a recognized fact
that the men who availed themselves
of its kindness are unworthy. In
tompcraucc nullifies all the best in
tentions of philanthropy.
Room Committee lurnishcd no
special report, and the Finance
Committee bad none at all. In re
gard to the Hawaiian branch of the
Association Dr. Hyde said the at
tendance had been full. Intemper
ance is doing its gnawing work in
tho ranks. Tho speaker regarded
tho efforts hitherto directed against
the whisky tralllo as mere skirmishes
preliminary to a light yet to come.
ThO next Legislature should he
urged to curtail the devastation
wrought by saloons. Miss .Johnson
is hero with true missionary zeal to
nurse and care for sick Hawaiians.
Hong Yen Cluing, Chinese law
yer, Kdwin Hannock, Theodore
Bridges, W. G. Howell and Claren
don Davis wero elected lo member
ship. Puder tho head of new busi
ness the General Secretary an
nounced tho expected arrival of Mr.
S. M. Sayford on May 10th. His
evangelistic work should commence
immediately on his advent. To
accomplish this expeditious incep
tion of a revival it is essential that
an organized corps of assistants
should greet him coming and co
operate with lii 111 slaying. Hymn
books would be forwarded reaching
hero prior to the arrival of the evan
gelist in lime lo enable a choir to
practise and perfect itself in the se
lections marked for use. The re
vival is to be of a union character in
which all Christian denominations
will be invited to participate. It
seemed appropriate that tho work
should lie under the auspices of the
Y. M. C. A.
Dr. Reckwith emphasized the
necessity of individual and collect
ive preparation for this work. Let
the brother feel on his arrival that
ho is breathing a Christian alums
phere. Let it not bo-left for him to
fan nfiesh Christian lites hut let
their win 111th infuse new cneigy in
him. It was moved that an execu
tive committee of live be appointed
to confer with and co-operale with
other Christian organizations in pre
paration for l lie icceplioii of Mr.
Mr. PccK. icfei'ring to Ihe ruin
wrought by inteinpeiaiicc, felt that
the burden of care of men ruined by
drink should be assumed by anil
forced upon the men who had fat
tened upon their downhill. With a
view to intelligent presentation of
Ihe temperance is;ue to the next
Legislature he moved that a commit
tee of three be appointed lo gather
data for 11 report. .Messrs. Peck,
Lowrey and Southwick were named
by the chair as such committee but
the two last declined seiving and
were replaced by ('. L. Cniter and
Geo. P. CnSlle. Messrs. Lowrey
Iloweu and Fuller were appointed
a committee on nominations, alter
which the meeting adjourned.
II. B. M. S. CHAMPION'S
Will give a perloinnnre at the
OPEKA riO USE
To-night, March 22,
Ctiiiiiiienelnval .' I. .11.,
In Aid or Hi" Iti ill li 15. nevolent
Soiii, ClorBS & Denning
Followed t.j the Neio Farce,
-to coxn.riir. wiiii-
BOXING and SINGLESTICKS.
Prices as Usual-Doors Open at 7:30
Cay- lio Pllie i open at b. .1. Levey's
miction loom , at U o'clock a. m , March
10, lb!IO. .-.oi:n
AtjUAlt I KKLV MKIiTIXO OFTIIL
Ho ml ol'Trusiem ( 1" tho liiuen'
II spied will ba held at the Hi.om el
tho Chamber of U unmcrcu on TFKS-.
DAY net, the S.'.tli inst., at 10 n. in
Per oiler, F A. HCIIAKFFJt,
Honolulu, Alar. 21, 'Of) Secretary.
r 8 :it
FO it It i: V AI It H TO S K VB It A I,
Buildings of H. Andrew's Priory.
Siccin:iitiniis may lie had nt llie ollloe
of J!,KX .I.OAKTWItlHHT.
AluruliBiit St.. Op;). It.! hoi .St.
Honolulu, Mar. SI, IS)!). S01 lw
NURSE GIIIL WANTED.
Gi FltMAX GIltL I'HKFKHKF.D.TO
I c.tru lor lwo.yciir.olil boy. High.
et wages to competent gill: none ttlnr
need apply. Cili at residence on Here,
tanin S reet, ot
MlSif U. W. ASHKOItl).
A .SITUATION as Fngineer or l.ur.a.
Well qualified lo till cither poti.
lion Itcfereuces if ruiulred. AthlroM
"F. I!.," this olliee. M10 lw
DHAI'TXn. I'.'S, drawn by the Mo
iioiuii Hugnr Co. Feb." 10, IS'.iO,
for 8.TJ0 has been loit or stolen. All
parties a io hereby warned against
negotiating came. I'.I2 lot
a rPO rent for 1 mouth a Larue
Mr&&& i- Hooai or Mall, cither
aWalxm ground llnoror upstair?, must
ho centrally Minuted. -lOr) If
Uoiil Eslulc For Salts
Airtl cL HP WO Houses and Lots on
-ftpvftg 1 Uol'iello bane, I'abima.
fa&'3S Convenient to steam and tram
c.un. very healthy loealllv. Lot rei
King street, near Mninaiiku's Lnitt:. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. BOWLKU.
Or Ch:n T. (lullck. Am 3m
BILLS for DALL.
LL hill ngiinst the hall rnnunltlrit
V of Co A,, flpimlulu Wiles, w
received liv till) C'liMinmn.
i:. It. THOMAS,
no.-; Iw IVO BoxNn 117,
IlltKWOOl) 'forJnile nt Hawaiian
JL Commercial cmiIcsi- oni', comer of
ijuecn ami muwn'l ftienis.
ITlItOM thu 'Coisl a choice, lot of
. Ciijau, CigitUteit and Tobaccos,
which will bo cold at vnrv low prices.
intlin No. 87 Kingbtrtet.
CtLOTHING. Clothing. Another In.
voire of eliganlfpi'iiigHtjliH. Men's
and Boy's Clothing, jum in. M. Me.
lncrny. GO I lw
Ecgusfabfe Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract Fron Aniiun.1 Circular to Agonta.
"We purpose placing in your hands lo olfir to the public an Indem
nity Ilond. Jinny will be 'attracted by the fact that you arc selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with ussests over S 10.1,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinic merits.
"This, with our various forms of 'routine Policies will, (as you are
now able to (pioto the icsults 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 icsiilts mi similar Policies.
"HKNUY It. IIYDIi,
" President. "
la-a" Send lur illuuli alive pamphlets, or call in person on the under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRBGHT,
CJcncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqiiitnblt Life Assurance Society
of the t fi. ,Ian-l-!0
A LAlttiF ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR. OUTFITS !
Fioui .-rS.M) to $100 F.aeh.
'Ihe M. A. SKKI) and the PA Kill' IT DIIY l'LATKS,
The YLAK DOOK OF I'HOTOliUAIMIY,
I1UITISU PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMKRICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
MOLLBSTER & CO.,
101 y'' STUKKT.
1). It. IlKS'imv. President it Manager. .Ions Ls, Vice-President.
lionruKr Iluow.s, .Seeretarv & Treasurer. Cecil. Bao.v.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Ojipo. Hpi'oclu'lrt' Sl:uili, : fc'ort . Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Oiassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland Clitea, plan and dscoratotl; and Wodcwacd
Piano, Library .t Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Elcctoliern,
Lamp Fixtures of all hinds, A completo assgrtm't of Drills .t Files.
PLANTATION SUPPLE Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Gaiello" It-wheeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
llluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel &. Goosoncckod !!on
Oiln, Oi I,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEEU,
Paints, Vurniohcri it Ilrushcs, Manila A. Sis.il Ropo,
'HANDLES OF ALL KINDS, -
JLiowc, Jrlose, JrJLoKe,
RUB11ER, WIRE-ROUND of superior quality, it; STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated AVa re, Table it Pocltot Cutlory,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cailridges ,
Hart's Pate.nl "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo it Holt Threading,
, lliirtmnn'ii Stcol Wire Fence it Steel Wiro Mat,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought. Steel Raugos,
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Nov Piocech" Twiht Drills,
nov-20-M) Keal's Oarriago Paint.
Per ll.'iil;onthiofc M. Castle j
a frrnh Mipply ot
Hay & Gram
;i"on ham: nv
J. F. COLBURN &Co.,
IMW Queen Street. .lw
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v'tn t n vnnn ino
ouiuiu iju J mm ;
Tho I'aellle Hni'ilwnre Co.
Havu jufct received a fine line of
G. WostengliolnrsI.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Stuns,
HORSE BRUSHES' STABLE
Mini Buppliei Ganorally. (tf
Union Iron Works Co.
"jVTOTIOE is hereby Riven that at a
1 1 meeting of the subscribers to the
capital stock of the above named Com
pany held in Honolulu, II. 1., March
ti. IS'.iO, It wm voted to accept the
Cliaiter of Coiporatlou dated Match 1,
181)0, for the term of fifty yeai, granted
by thu Hawaiian (lovernnient. The lia
bility of the stockholders U limited to
tho amount due and unpaid on tho
shares held. The following ollleeis
wero elected for thu ensuing year:
.I.N. 8. Williams President,
II. More Secretary A: Treasurer,
A. l, Cartwiight Auditor.
The above named nluecrs also consil
ium a Jloard of Directors.
1011 lin Secretary it '1 icaburer.
ft 1 1 n n i i l n l
I 'in nmi AT '
Ulllllil Y W
h 0 ol i Q '
Ea y u U S i
Of Bun Frnuciscn
Practical Piauo, Pipe & Rood Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked iu some of the largest
pluno and organ factories in the United
eliUeu of America, I ntn fully able and
prepared to do all kinds of rcpnir work
in tho most satisfactory manner.
iSj" Ordcra can bu left at II. F.
W tollman's Jewelry Store, Foit street,
at thu Advertiser olllce, or through
Mutual Telephoau No. !117. fiOfl lm
Residence it Oftlcc: Corner Kins and'
Ah pa I stretts. tOJ lw
ELECTION of OFFIGEKS.
4 T thu annual meeting of the People.'
iV. Ice it Refrigerating Co, held
JA. Ice it Rcfrleeratinc Co. held
'lUKSDAY, March lllh, the following
ctiicett, wno coiiMitulu auo tiio lloartl
of Director?, were elected :
O. Smith ' President.
loan. Auatli Vlce.Prcsideut,
(1. P. Castle.
(!. U Hisliop..
T. W. llohron.
O. P. CASTLE,
Sieietary P. I .t l, Co.
HA VI NO sold out tny intercd in thu
linn of R Moio,t Co to .1. W. H.
Williams, all persons luiiubtul toiiihl
tlrin arc lequlrcd to pay tho amounts of
their inilohicdness to me, and all having
accounts against said tbtu will present
them to me for phymuut at the ollko of
11. Moru it Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, l&'.u. 48U lm
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