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MONDAY. MAR. '21, H 0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND' COMPANY'S
A. M. T M.
Lcnvo Honolulu 9:00 2:00
Arrhe Mnnauii l:ld liMS
Leave Mariana 11:00 4:00
Alllve Honolulu 1 1 :4rf 1:13
A. t. 1. M. I'. M.
Le.tve Honolulu... ii:::o ia::lo :i:do
Arrive .Mtinanu ...10:18 1:18 H:4H
JLe.iVe Muimnn.... 11:00 1:13 '1:03
Artivc Honolulu. ..11:18 L'llil '1:53
Klmr Mlkahala from Ksttinl
SttnrLlkcllku from Maul
Stnir'Lihua troiu llnkulnu
Stuir Iwaiaul from Hnmiikua
Stuir Walateale from Klhiuca :uitl liana-
Stmt' .1 A Cummius from Koolau
hchr viol WhIiIiiu from Ilumakuti
Stmr Mokolll from Mo.okul
Stmr VI vu from Molukal
March a 1
Am turn i.xcclslor 19 days from Eureka
Sehr Mary from Huualef
Am vvli bk stamboul, Smith, for Arctic
Am vh bk Helen Mars, Kills, for Aictlu
Am wh bk Win Lewis for Vrctlo Ocean
Am wh bk Andre .v flicks for Arctic
Am tern Mary Dodge, Gallop, Eureka
isttnr Lchtta tor .suit and link lull S p tn
Minr Mokolll for Moloitni
Staii iMt.da for Kilauca nud Ilanalui at
5 p m
Sehr awailaul for Koolau
Stuir J lumniius for Koolau
VESSELS EAVIH TU-MORROW.
Stmr VVnlalealn for Xuwl twill ui.U
.laii.maulu at u p in
Stmr .Mikiiiula lor Kauai 0 p in
Stuir i.ikelliu for iiuui al o p in
SunrJas uakcu for Kapaa at pm
Sclir Mary for iiit alci
Schi-Kolilt yf .r Kvvm
Schr Kualokal for Kauai
Sclir Kaw illanl for noo an
ticlir Catcrina lor cubic lading
From Mani per stmr LikclUo vireh
2.i 11 1 iiiudwiii, It U WalbriUge, U F
Iloriiur, .un Kauiaiiauhi, ltcv a Kaill,
E D icuiiuy and wife. Mrs L PTcnnev,
Clittrloy Oh hi, ii Hoff in .n, Q 11 Twcedlc,
11 G 1'rcadway, A Yuiitijr and 43 d ck.
From Kauai pe sum- Mi.ubala Maicu
23 oi G vV .Uaclailillic, A ow er,
Jlov Call -on. F lV Uladu, A llroun
aud wile, J li t'v cc, I. urlto, TU o II
Uavle.-, i llvo 1' Uavles, .Mrs II Iscn
berg, Hon ii .uuller, Lapt h Aldboru,
T WoiU'c, USiiiif.n, M. U c'orreu and
From Kapaa per stmr Wulalealc, Mar
23 K Mucllc, .r, Mn J E Waid,
AHss Wind, W II Plac. and 0 deck.
From Mulokai and Laual pel stmr
Mokodi, March 23 Capr l.yun, U S N,
Dan Lyons, ami Mis 11 CLOirlston.
a .P b rJQ.n
The htraincr Likelike brought yester
day C311 bags sugar, 103 packages -un-Urlcs,
12 head catt.i-, 53 hogs, 223 bags
potatoes, 02 bags corn aud 1C5 hides.
The steamer Mikalialu brought yes
terday f i oui Kauai w8i bags Migar, aud
22 head cattle, and the steamer Walale
ulu 2 1 7 bags sugar and 147 barrels mo
lasses Tlio baikuntlne Irmgard will 'eave on
Wednesday for San FraucUco, and the
barkciithtu Mary Wliikehuau will leave
on the following day.
The steamer l.chua brought 2000 big
sugar from am.ikua yc-tcrtlay, and the
bteaiucr lwaluul 5131 bags .sugar.
Tlio American three-mas cil fechooncr
Excelsior arrived this ufictuuou 10 days
from Eureka with a cargo of lumber.
The steamer Mokolll brought yester
day 770 bags sugar from Molokai, and
128 sheep troiu Laual. he leaves again
The M'hooner Mol VVahino arr ved on
Saturday evening with i82 bags sugar
from Koho alclc, being compelled to
leave on account of the weather, .-lie
lost a boat laden with 30 bags sugar
Tho whaling barks Wm Lewis and
Andrew Ulcus sailed to-lay for the
Arctic Oceau. The whaling brigantlnc
Francis L Uarstow Is tho only vessel
Tho A in tern Mary Dodge, Capt J T
Gallop', sailed this afternoon in ballast
The bark Ferris S Thompson took In
over 7000 bags sugar to-day. She will
leave for San i luuclsco next Wednes
day ut noon.
Judge Hiekerton on Saturday ap
pointed Mrs. Rose Akau, widow of
the late W. A. Akau, as guardian
of her children under $100 bond.
Chief Justice Judd presides at
Chambers (his week.
The Chief Justice this morning
heard proof of claims und election
of assignee in the bankruptcy case
of M. de Gouveia, of IIoluulou.
North Kona, Hawaii. Seven claun9
were proved amounting to $7603.14,
unci David Dayton was elected as
signee und so declared under $1000
Judge McCully heard petition for
dissolution of marriage, of Rebecca
Pancc Puuku against Puuku Kale
leku. J. M. Davidson and J. L.
Kaulukou for plaintiff; defendant
for himself. Decision was reserved.
Judge Hiekerton held continued
hearing of bill in equity for specific
performance, Mary C. Ileckley vs.
Geo. Lucas, executor und trustee of
tho will of Margaret J. Keegan. J.
M. Monsarrat for plaintiff; C. L.
Carter and F. M. Hutch for defend
ant. Decision was reserved.
"Conundiium parties" being in
fasbiou in the States, one was given
at Wuikiki Villa Suturduy evening,
when wit mid humor went on it rum-page.
LOCAL & CtiHEHAL HtWS.
FrtF.n. HiirrUon has garden soil for
! III I I
A NUitPB is wanted to travel willi it
Enciini: Co. No. 2 will hold u special
nicotine; this owning.
A uonn deal niiiro lain ha?
MI1CU Slltlllllliy uftCrilOOII.
Bahkoom llxiuri'tt will bo n ltl by
L. J. Levey 10 o'clock Wednesday.
Jap. F. Morgan will sell furniture
id Mrs. N. Schwartz, 10 o'clock Kit
d.iy. A iiAxn: to lie ;;iven by Company
B of the.Honnlulu Rlllcivlimlly, will
probably In; in Melnorny's Hall.
The Hawaiian Baseball League
will hold a meeting at tint Chamber
of Commerce at 12:30 midd.iy to
morrow. Tlirco. H. Da vies ban presented Pa
nnilo, Hawaii, with $500, promising
$50 ii year additional, to blurt and
maintain n public library.
Am. willing to join tlio Chefs Club
will plcate call at the olllcu of A. J.
Cnitwright to-morrow and enter their
names on the list of mctnbcichip.
Hawaii Baseball Club lias elected
F. J. Tcbtu, Frcfidont; J. A. Thotnp
eon, Secretary; Isaac M.Tt sin, Treas
urer ; M. K. Kcohokulolc, C.iplaiu;
Henry Kaia, Dt legate.
Ki;mi:mih:u Hie lecture on India by
I'lieo. 11. D.tvies at Y. M. J. A. hull
to-morrow ev ning. It will undoubt
edly be enjoyed by all who tako uny
inleiest in the gloat woild outside.
Tnr. Sabbath quictnosH of Fort
street, yesterday, w.is broken by u
liorM! running iiwuy with an expietsi
cariiage. Tliu excitement ended in
front of Thrum'!', heic the run.iw.iy
Was stopi-ed without damage.
Tun n w Koyal Saloon, corner of
Merchant and Nuuauu streets, will
lie opened to-monow. Free lunch
will be served in the best stylo. K.
H. F. Woltors, who has been man
ager for four.ycars, will liavo cli.irge
of the new establishment.
Tunrin was u ilourishing of fistt
and u gathering of people at the
Merchant stteet hack stand thit
morning, wliere a nativu d.iver wa.
pcllling a dispute wiih a little for
eigner. It was n draw light -Unit i
the foreigner drew out of it on tin.
To-Monnow (Tuenday) is the Festi
val of tlm Annunciation of 111
lllcs-ed Virgin .Mary. Services m
Si. Andrew's Cathedral will be at
follows : Celebration of Holy Com
munion, 0:30 a. in. Morning Pra.vcf
with addrets, 0 u. m. Evening prayei
5 p. in.
Tun Fecond anniversary of Pacific
Degice Lodge, I. O. O. F., Daughters
of ltobeccu, will be celebrated Wed
ucMlay eveniiii; ut Arion Hall by n
-aioiul. Litermy oxuieits will take
place at 8 and dancing till) o'clock
Thucoll)nlitteocollil8of A. Hughes,
E. C. Itnwo. A. Mackintosh, C II.
Carter, and A. Pratt.
Di:njamin lCaniapua, second trom
bone player in the Uoyal Hawaiian
Hand, died on Sunday after a long
illness. Ho was buried from tlio Ro
man Catholic Cathedral this after
noon, his lato comrades attending
tliofuner.il. Part of the baud bor
reverted arms, the remainder playing
sacred music, on tho louto to the
There wui u vuiy enjoyable danc
ing party at the n.-idencu of .Mr. and
.Mrs. Rodanet, llotul stieet, Saluidiiv
uvoning, in recogniii n iif the 20h
anniversary of lb ir wedding. Tin
parlor hit i been cleared of luniilur
iiul tho lloor i-pnail wiih canvas I'oi
dancing. Muhic was supplied by a
native stri ig band und tlio party
joyously indulged in the giddy whirl.
Tlie Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening ut Emmu Square
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Overture Mussaiiiello Aubcr
Fantasia Herald Angels lii-ver
uvotte Think of Mo Eilcub'eig
Selection Marltanu Wallace
Poll Puiiiehaiia. Liko no a Like.
Main I ko Ao.
Selection Tho Mikado Sullivan
Walt. Thu Mikado Sullivan
Lancers The Mikado siillivaii
A DAMAGING FIRE.
Fiic was discovered in tho main
workshop of the Honolulu Planing
Mills (George Lucus'a) about half
past twelve o'clock Sunday morning.
The alarm brought Kngiuo, Compa
nies No. 1 and 2 to the spot and
they soon put out thu ilro. Holes
were burnt in the floor at tho middle
of the shop, wooden llxturcs were
charred, pulleys and belting were
destroyed,two planing machines were
rendered useless from warping, and
articles of manufacture were either
wholly or partly damaged. The
belts included some of rubber und
make n large aggregate loss. It
is doubtful if the planing machines
can bo repaired for less than the
cost of new ones.
The supposition is that tho fire
started from hot boxes in the shaft
ing under the tlooi. The damage is
much greater than a casual glance
ut the effects of tlio fire would indi
cate. There is insurance on tho
building but tho interruption of
work itself makes considerable of
ELELE LIBEL CASH,
CHHOfOlMIl" t MVMitlntlt.'!ttlul!Clt
mi jJoiIkii rut- tMMniiii.
When Arthur Johnstone, reputed
editor nf thu Klelo, was called In the
Police Court tills morning, V. V.
Ahfoid hid coiiu-cl n-l;i'il for fur
ther particulars of (lie libel charged,
lie .said it v.'n; absurd to expect the
defense to go on under such vnguo
Justice Foster said counsel had
sluted W..U11 tlio ease was culled last
pi eviously that lie would bo ready
Mr. Asliford nid he had aked
llrtt'for a week's continuance.
C. Creighton, Deputy Marshal,
considered that this point had been
settled. He did not wish to give
the caso lor the piosecution and
then have a remandiiient lo enable
counsel lo answer.
The examination then proceeded.
Jas. II. Boyd, sivoru: I am clerk
in the Intei lor Department; this in
the Klole of March 1 ; I have seen
a similar issue, being a subscriber
to tlje paper; have read that article
through, lirsl on the Monday follow
ing its publication. .March 3; the
Minister of Interior, Mr. Thurston,
saw thu article.
Q. To whom docs that nrticle
Mr. A-diford objects and the ques
tion is withdrawn.
Q: What did you ihiulc of tho
Mr. Asliford objects, as the wit
ness is hero to state facts and not
give his opinion on a hypothetical
point. We might go out and get
400 witnesses off this street to swear
they did not think tlio article was
Witness I handed tho paper to
the Minister; I can't say for certain
i hat lit: saw the article, but he took
ilio paper presumably to rea I it
Q. Had you any conversation
with Mr. Thurston about the article?
Mr. Creighton offers the FJole of
March 1 in evidence.
Ilezekiah Aca, sworn I write
locals lor the Flelc and do most of
itb translating ; saw the article some
days before publication ; translated
it by Mr. Johnstone s directions ;
ue gave me no further instructions ;
that is the article; think Mr John
stone has authority to give me or
ders ; do not know whut-his position
is; sec him in the ofllcc through the
week ; ho writes articles and pays
Q. What kind of articles does
Mr. Johnstone write?
Mr. Asiilord objects as to a lead
Witness I know an editorial
when Johnstone tells me an article
is such ; think lie writes editorials ;
Mr. Lyons was not in Honolulu on
the 1st of Match.
Billy, sworn I am ofllce boy in
ICIcle olllce; know Johnstone and
Lyons; Lyons wus away Mnich 1st,
awuy live weeks, just cume home;
when lie was nuy he left me in
charge of delivering papers; Frank
Lake is in charge of compositors;
Johnstone is assistant managor, lie
pays oil' the men.
C.'os-exuniined I don't know
who wrote this article.
J. II. Sopi-r. sworn I nm Mar
ohal of tin- Kingdom ; know Johns
lone, have had conversation with
linn about article in 'F.lelr, 1 think
week befoie Iat, when I was wai -iu!
for a car; .Johnstone spoke of
having been laid up with hi giippe,
ami in answer to a que.siiou said his
editorial duties ut tlio Klelu olllcu
nqjur. d nis presence.
Cross-examined He did not say
he was editor of the paper further
ihiiiwhatl have stated; I would
not Mvcar to the ex ict language,
but that was thu substance of what
Mr. Creighton offered himself as
a witness to testify us to his impres
sions on reading the article in ques
tion. His knowledge of law quali
fied him to judge of the article.
Mr. Asliford objected, and after
argument the witness' ,vas allowed.
Charles Creighton,sworn This ar
ticle was submitted to me, and I
considered it wus
Mr. Asliford I strenuously ob
ject to witness giving his opinion.
The only testimony he can givo is as
to injury done to some person.
Justice Foster I think if the De
puty Marshal considered the article
libellous per so there is no need for
Mr. Creighton preferred to give
his opinion as a witness.
Mr. Asliford, arguing further, cit
ed an authority, to which the Court
objected that it referred to civil ac
tion, while this case was under a
Witness (being allowed to pro
ceed subject to objection) The ar
ticle charged the Minister of Interior
with malfeasance of olllce, mid was
Cross-examined I know it re
ferred to tho present Minister from
thu rest of tlio article (reads the
context, laying stress on tho words,
"Reform," "present administra
Tlio prosecution rests.
Mr. Asliford moved that the case
be dismissed. There was not a par
ticle of evidence, except Mr. Creigh
ton's opinion, that the articlo was
injurious to anyone. It was only
reasonable to consider that more
latitude should bo allowed in dis
cussion of the conduct of public
olllecrs than in criticism of private
character. He reud from Odgern
on Libel and Slander, relating lo
tho freedom of tho press in respect
'J 'iTJ3. ' ,lf J".
to public rtffali'9. Under tho doc
trine filed, admitting that Mr.
.lohnstono was responsible for this
reference lo I he Minister, It was ne
cessary to show Hint Mr. Thurston
had been damaged in his private re
lation?, and nothing had been pro
duced lo show that thu articlo had
Mich effect. The article related some
history of Government land leases,
showing it wrong stale of affairs in
thu past, which was to be changed
by the Reform Government. The
pr sent Government was lo blame
for not cancelling those illegal leases
that it knew to be iu existence.
There was no evldene.1 tint Mr.
Johnstone published thu article be
yond that ho was iu temporary
charge of the Flcle olllcu and what
Marshal Soper told about a conver
sation which was too pueillo for even
objection. Tlio man said to bo
libelled had not come forward to
state that he had been injured. Be
cause the Minister of Interior or any
other olllcial chose lo think he was
injured iu n newspaper article, were
they to bo compelled to come into
Court to prove their innocence? It
was necessary lor the prosecution to
provu that the alleged article was
Mr. Creighton argued that it wa3
not necessary to prove thai Ihe alle
gations of tho article were untrue.
They had only to show that it as a Ii
bellouse article on the face.and it wus
then competent for the defense to
justify the publication as having
boon iu the public interest. There
wus not any doubt that the article
referred to the present Minister of
the Interior, charging him willi mal
feasance of ofilci! such as would sub
ject him lo impeachment and loss of
olllco. Thcro was sulllctent evidence
of Johnstone's responsibility for
tho urtic o, from the translator
and olllce boy. He contended that
there was probable cause for com
mitting the defendant.
The Court promised to give n de
cision on the motion at 'J :30 to
Editor Buu.utix: When a faith
ful t.ud tried -urvnnt is kicked out
of a public olllce to make room for
a favorite, it is an injustice ; but
when that servant has lost health
and limb in the service of tlio coun
try, it is nn outrage.
This wus tlio ease with Joseph
Smith, for 8 or 9 years road super
visor in North Kohala, Hawaii. Ap
pointed to that situation by Dr.
Mott Smith, continued to the gen
eral satisfaction under II. A. P.
Carter and S. G. Wilder, his ser
vices were dispensed with tinder
the Gibsonian regime, so that the
Government might have rt more
pliable tool in bund.
These proceedings were all the
more condemuable, that the Minis
try knew full well that in 1871 said
geulleman, carrying giant powder
cartridges to blast rocks mi tho
public toad, was the victim of a
terrible accident, the dangerous
stuff exploding in his waistcoat
pocket, blowing half of .his right
hand off, and bruising und lacorat
ini: his whole side. So narrow was
the escape, indeed, that, notwith
standing tho care of two phy-icians,
he was for mora than a week be
tween life aud death; since that
time "lima nitiuiiiuu" crippled Jou
never enjoyed perfect health, the
system up to this day ejecting
panicles ol bru3 cartridges.
When in ln87 reform dawned,
everybody iu the district, and Jovial
Jou in particular, expected true re
form to be made in his case, and
justice to be done. But, nlus! poor
Joe and everybody wore mistaken,
his letters to .Minister and road
Hoards' remained unanswered. But,
us we suppose the work of reform
lo be utmost completed, would it
not be well to intrust jovial Joe with
the former employment lie is so
eminently fit for, or give him, at
least, a compensation for the loss of
his hand and impaired health.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Harmony Lodge, I. O. O.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Special meeting Engine Co. No.
Quarterly meeting Board Trustees
Queen's Hospital, 10 a. m.
Services St. Andrew's Cathedral,
6:30, 9 a. m., o p. in.
Baseball League, Chamber of
Commerce, 12:30 p. m.
ANU'ISE (Kngll-h preferre'') to nc
ctimpitii.t a fainilv wi Ii a iriby to
K gliuul to h'avu Honolulu on the ;ird
May-next. Apply at llio ulllce of the
Dau.y 1IUM.BTIK. fiioat
NUItdE GIRL WANTED.
IR.M.X GIRL PltKFKllRED.TO
JT emu foi two-nir-0itl tin,), illtgli.
e-t wages lo cnmpeicni girl; none mhir
need apply. (Jill at tesnlcnco on Here,
taiiia Street, of
f.03tf C. W. A8IIFORD.
OR REPAIRS TO SEVERAL
liulluiiiitti of Si. Auil ew'H Priory.
HiiccilluiitlniiH may be hml ut the olllcu
of ALEX .I.OAimVRKSUT.
Merchnut M., Opp. ll.iiiul St.
Honolulu, Mar. VI, 161)0. 60S lw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
1 'M columns, purely local matter
Mailed tj foreign countries, 5 per
CROWN LAHQ LEASES,
Miircrsriil Nolo or rive Italillngnht
I.ctc.i ' Auction Itodlim.
Thcro was a largo attendance at
L. J. Levey's auction rooms at noon
to-day, for'thu sale of Crown land
leases advertised hoiiio timo by C.
1'. luiikeu, agent. Thu King was
present, attended by Col. G. W.
Miicfurlunc, II. Ms Chamberlain.
In the ab'-euce of L. J. Levey in
San Francisco, I). II. Lewis swung
the hammer icmiirkably well.
The first lease wa9 that of "the
Fishpond known as Pouhala, situate
ntWaikclo, District of Ewa, Oahu,
together with a strip of land 150
feet wide bordering along said Fish
pond; subject to light of way
granted Oahu Railway & Land Co. ;
area 2!) acres," and the upset price
was 81 o0 per annum. It was knock
ed down to lluuuwlpu at S'10.
No. 2 was lease of "all of the
kulii laud adjoining the above Fish
pond and running up to the Govern
ment Road to iiiauac, containing
13 acres." Upset price $100 per
annum. This was bought by G. W.
Maclarlane, trustee, for $172.50.
No. 3 was lease of "the land
known as Mukawai, situate at Koo-
luupoko, Oahu, excepting the rice
lands aud u small portion of the
Kulu. Good grazing land and well
watered. Area 1222 ncrcs more or
less." Upset price $2f)0 per annum.
This fell Jso to G. W. Macfarlane,
trustee, the price being $310.
No. 4 was lease of. "the Ahupuaa
of Houokawai, iu Kaxnapali, Maui,
except the taro lands, and o lots of
Kuia land by survey 20 -12-100.
Principally grazing land, and com
prises uu area of 3200 acres more
or less." Upset price $200 per an
num. Iscnberg & Horner were the
buyers at $7fi0.
No. 5 was "the Ahupuaa of Wa
hikuli or .Mala, situate iu Lahaina,
Maui. Grazing land. Area 2807
acres." Upset price S200 per an
num. Isenbcrg & Horner's bid of
S700 olso secured this.
The last two were sold subject to
leases of J. Espinda expiring Jan.
1, 1892, and Feb. 1, 1893, respec
tively, also to conditions of removing
all animals off the lands not later
than 12 months after the expiration
of present leases, and during the
remainder of the new leaso keeping
the forest free of all animals.
Garden Soil !
I70R SALE In lois to suit
R.'ar of Cuiiipbcll's Uloi k.
Bell Telephone 310. 510 It
The r.tcllle, Ilartlwnre Co.
(lave J it received a flue Hue of
G. WostengliolmsI.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamo s Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
r0ii Supplies Generally. tf
AQ'JAIl ERLv7nT-.TI.VG OPTHE
to.iU fT.iiSitui 1 1" ih Qiiun
II t-v ul will in1 lioul at the K-om of
I- (! amber ol O.mlnaicc nn 'JUK3
D Y m xt. Ihe'.'Ot'i iii-i.. at 0 ". m
P.r .. d.-r. F A. SCIIAEFER,
II.ii oluni, lnr. 21, '01. Stcreury.
DRAFT No. Ii.'3, drawn by tho Ho
nuinu Sugar Co. Feb. 10. 18'JO,
for Slll'0 has been lost or Htolcu. All
uitlc uio hereby warned against
negotiating same. 402 lni
A SITUATION as ling'nccr or Lunn
Weil oiuliliel to till either poti
lion References if rujuired
'F. II.." this) .iltice.
rpO tent for 1 month a Large
I 1 ittioni or Hull, either
ground lloor or upstairs, must
be centrally tiiluuted. 405 tf
FURNISHED Room In a
in ivate limine by a steady
Kcnlliiniui. Hent not exceed.
tier mouth. Adlress "P. O.
COTTAGE convenient to
quiet plucu near Hotel. Mo-
l(-r.ili leiu (IctiUCil. Address "O. U.,'
IIum.k-iin Uillcu. 50U tf
ltesil Estate For Sale.
TWO Houses and Lots on
ltnbnllo Line, Palamn.
Convenient to steam aud tram
.'.rv hen lliv locality. Lot on
Klnir street, near llainauku's Lune. For
particulars apply to
' JOHN F. BOWLER
OrClms.T. Gulick. 400 3m
BILLS for BALL.
ALL bills agitinst the ball committee
of Co A, Honolulu RIOes, will be
iccelvcd by thu Chairman,
E. 11. THOMAS,
1505 tw P. O box JNo. 117.
IIREWOOI) for fnlo nt Hawaiian
? Commercial Salesroom", corner of
Queen aud Muuanu streets. 408 tf
ffi T wmBb
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of ths United States.
Extract Fro:n Annual
"We purpose placing iu your hands to offer to thu public an Indem
nity Bon'd. Many will be attracted by the fact thnt you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with ussests over $10.1,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intilnsio merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontlnu Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"HENRY B. HYDE,
USS" Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-9o
A LARUE ASSORTMENT OF
From $8.r.0 to tflOO Each.
M. A. SEED and tlio PARBUTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR BOOK' OK PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOKT STHFKT. :::::: HONOLULU.
Handsome ! Indestructible !
CUeapei tlian Wood !
Our Lawn Fence protects a lawn without concealing it, biiitablo fot
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churclies, Cemeteries, Etc.
FOR SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
501 tf Fort street, oppo. Sprcokels' Bank, Honolulu, II. I.
E. II. IlKNDitr, President it Manager.
Godkiiky Uuown, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spreckcln Itnnk, : Fort Street, Honoluln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedjjcwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elcctoliorc,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortni't of Drills it Files,
The "aazollo" 3-wheoled Riding Plow it Ecpializer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel it Qooseueckod Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes &. Brushes, Manila t Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Home, Hose, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated WirCi Tablo &. Pocket Outlory,
Powder, Shot t Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machino-loadod Cartridges,
Hart's Tatont "Duplex" Dio Stock for Ptpo &. Bolt Threading,
Hartman's Steel Wire Fence it Steel Wire Mats,
Win. 0. Fishor'H Wrought Steel Ranges,
Gato City Stono Filters,
"Now Procosn" Twist Drills,
nov-29-89 Ncal's Carriage Taint.
Circular to Agonts.
Jomk Ena, Vice-Presldeut.
(Jnuii. ltitotv.v, Auditor.
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