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TUESDAY, MAK. 28, 1800.
OAUU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
A. M. 1. M.
Leave Honolulu u too a :On
Anlve Manuua ma . i: IS
Leave Manana 11:00 -l:OU
Arrive Ilnnuliilii .,..-. .11:IS -I : IS
A. M. V. M. 1. M.
I.cnvo llouolulti...' '.MHO Vi;'M :t:f)0
Arrive Mamma ...10:18 1:18 :):I8
Leave Manann.... 11:00 l:i:t -1 :0..
Anlvo Htiliolutll... 1 l.t-14 2:M l:M
Hour I.llioliliu Iiom Wuhiuuo
Stuir V O Hall from Hawaii niul Maul
Hohr Sarah it Eliza from Koulnu
Stinr Walalcalo for Xawlilwlll
Ilnn.imnulu at fi p in
Ktmr Mlkaha'Ia for Kauai 5 i in
Stun Llkclike for Maul at 0 p in
.Stinr .Tas Makco for Kapaa nt 0 p m
Sehr Marr for Hniuilci
Sehr Kaalokal for Kauai
Sehr KuwatlanI for Koolau
Sehr Catcrlna for cable laying
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Wabilealo for Ntiw lllwill and Ha-
unmauhi at 0 p in
Sehr Mql Wiililnn for Koholalele
Mohr Sarah & Elba for Koolau
Stmrlwidaul for Lahalna anil llama-
kua at 12 in
Am bktno Irnigard, Paul, foiSant'ian-
Am bk Ferris S Thompson, Gutter, for
ban Francisco at noon
From Mntil and Hawaii per stinr AY"
O Hall March 20 Mrs I.usk, Major Se
ward, F W 1'atterson mid wife, O V
Foeinan and wife, Mr and Mrs Gibson,
Rev O P Emerson, Hon J 1) Purls, .Ir,
Geo Ross, Maior W II Cnrnwell, Mrs
Holies and ehfld, It Cation, 1. Clinng,
Ahtmg and T.i deck.
The steamer W G Hall brought 17(13
bags sugar, 170 bags awa, 03 bags cof
fee, '25 head cattle, 87 pkgs hides, 7
hogi, 200 goathkius, anil 80 pkgi Min
drlefl. 'lliebrlgantlnc V G Irwin received
migar from the s'canier W G Hall..
Thesehr Lihollho bi ought lol(i bags
sugar this morning from Walauao, and
the schr Sarah & Eliza 1150 bags tlco
THE SERIOUS SIDE.
Editoh Bulletin: The alleged
interview of the Minister of tho In
terior by the Advertiser and vo'ur
editorial upon the matter contained
in tho interview have doubtless been
quite generally rend and commented
upon, but tho soberer aspect of the
matter scorns to have been ignored
by both writer, and talkers.
Mr. Thurston has made for him
self a record, up to .within tho past
twelvo months, tbatfnny young mnn,
or older one for that matter, may
well be proud of. Ilia record as
member of tho Legislative Assembly
during tho Gibson administration
was n good one, and gavo promise
of a useful career as a public roan.
His aotiou as a Crown Minister up
to time stated' wa9 only marred by
faults due to his youth and lack of
experience In public affairs.
Lattorly, however, ho has been
under some baloful inlluence that
has led him into the commission of
blunder after blunder, which, how
ever good his former record was,
the public cannot afford to overlook.
Of course we can all understand
that the result of the elections, upon
Oaliu especially, where he 1ms mado
bis record, must have been a bitter
disappointment-;- but he should have
had enough steadiness of character
not to allow uuch a rebuke to unset
tle his judgment and sour his tern-'
per. ., .
No one can read hi'i remarks
about the decision of Justice Mc
Cully, in the contention with the
Auditor-General, without regret.
The example the Minister, who is
also a member of the Hawaiian bar,
sets the suitors before our Supremo
Court Is a thoroughly bad one, a
mlsehlevoHs one, full of danger to
this community. Aro we to under
Htaucltthat Mr. Thurston intends to
ruin if ho cannot ruler Cimr.x.
DEATH OF J. H. ROBINSON.
J. N. Hobinson died at 10 o'clock
tins morning, at the ago of about 29
years. He had always been delicato
and news of his death was expected
while be was at the Coast a fow
months ago. Still he was sitting up
yesterday but it proved only to be
for the last flicker of the candle.
The lamented gentleman has left a
widow, formerly Miss Johnson of
Kona, Hawaii, od was a brother of
Mark P. Ko'binsoa and of Mrs. T.
It. EoBtor, Mrs. O. P. Ward, Mrs.
S. C. Allen, Mrs. W. K. Foster,
Mrs. A. Jaeger and Mrs. Dr. Mc-Wayne,-
Of late years lie took a
practical interest in art, having
studied with tho IntoMr.'Tavornler,
and produced Borae meritorious
paintings. Ho also took kindly to
floriculture. The funeral will prob
ably take place to-morrow after
noon, from tho residence on ,Boro
tanla street, near the Government
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
iidcoluiuiM. pttroly local manor
Mallpd to foreign cnuntrief, li per
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
Two unfurnished rooms aro wauled.
A. J. C.MtTwinour advertises a list
of Government lioml coupons lost.
Tin: biiganlinu W, G. Iiwiu will
sail for San Fianeiseo at noon Thins
day. ' '
8. I. Shaw, has a variety of vehicles
for sale at'lhe Hawaiian lintel Sta
ble. Very high wind baa sticceeilsd
the deluge on the Kail nnd'Koiia
G. O.'X'acayajia, chief inspector of
Japanese immigrants, has loinoved
to Sprockets' block.
Tiik Mikado Company will have a
rehearsal in the Opera House for the
lliat time this evening.
Lovt.iih of tho game of chess wcio
freely enrolling themselves for t ho
proposed club at A. J. Qurlwiiglit'n
ii . - i -,
Tirr. steamer V. G. Hall fctirpriscd
the. town by ariiving this morning.
She mado the, extra timo so as to
have fome repairing dour.
Tiik Flantci.i Monthly for tho ptc
sent month, is to hand, nndis, as
usual, ri'plelo wilh matters of inter
est to the planting fraternity
J. A. Ki'.N'NT.DY, who returned to
the country after a long absence by
a late steamer, has iPStimod his old
positional the Honolulu lion Woika.
The F. S. Thompson will nail for
San Francisco at noon to-morrow,
the mail closing at 11 a. in. She has
about 17 days to got thernV ahead of
Tiik cargo of lumber bio.ught-hero
by the lint k Matilda, hound lp Ade
laide hut condemned at this port,
will lie taken to Adelaido by the bark
Tiik seven o'obvck car from Wui
kiki this morning lost its horses near
tho Uiflo ltange. The driver pulled
out the kingbolt, prematurely and
Hie horses bolted.
To-mokuow at 10 o'clock the two
days' eiedit. trade bale by .Ian. F.
Morgan for T. II. D.ivies As Co. will
begin. Particulars appear in the
Tin: "familiar talk" on India by
T. H. D.ivies will bo given at Y. M.
C. A. hall this evening. An interest
ing subject, an able talker, and free
admission will doubtless fill the
Tub Japanese who killed his wife
in Kuu Was committed for trial at
the Third Circuit term at Waiohinu,
and was br.ought to town in chargo
of nn ollicur by the W. G. Hall to be
lodged in Oahu jail.
Mn. David Waiwaiole, a It usted
cmployeoof Mr. J.T. Watoi house and
a prominent member of ICaumaka
pili church, died vory suddenly l.ut
night, preMimably of hoart diseai-o,
and was buried this afternoon.
Tur.nn will bo a preliminary meet
ing of former pupils of the Hoyal
School on Satnulay, April lOlh, at 2
p. m., at the schoolhouao, for the pur
pose of arranging for a celebration of
the jubiluu anniveicary of that insti
tution. The b.uk It. K. Hani was reported
to Washington by tho American
Consulate- hero, as having arrived
from Port Ulakely without suitable
clearance papers. Accordingly tho
customs authorities at Port Town
send were oidered from Washington
to scia tho vessel on its arrival at
tho Sound. Tho owners (the Port
Ulakely Mill Co.) wore at last ac
counts trying to make a compromise.
Many people availed themselves
of tho freu'lunch offered at the open
ing of tho new Royal Saloon to-day.
A high class of victuals was laid be
fore all comers, who reciprocated tho
hospitality by admiring tho splendid
equipments of tho establishment.
iho Bulletin lately gave a full de
scription of the building and its va
ried appointmcula. E. II. F. Wol
tors, manager, was assiduous in his
attention to tho visitors at tho grand
II, Honolulu Rifles,
Excelsior Lodge No
1. I. O. O.
Lecture on India by T.
vies, Y. M. C. A. hall, 7:il0.
Court Lunaliio, No. 0000
Rehearsal Mikado Company,
Opein House, 7:30.
Credit trade sale by Jas. F,
gan, 10 a. m.
Salu of bar fixtures, by L. .7
vey, 10 a. m,
THE BASEBALL LEAGUE.
The Hawaiian Uanoball League
had a meeting this afternoon which
was well attended. Gardner K.
Wilder acted as secretary. Hon, W.
F. Allen was re-elected President,
and J. G. Spencer, Secietary anil
Treasurer. 'The league consists, with
these olllcors, of II. M. Whitney and
J. Hay Wodehouso, jr., of tho Hono
lulu club; Chan. Wilder and 10. JI.
Wodehouso, of tho Stars club; Hob
ert Paliiiu and Philip Davis, of tho
Kamehamohil club; and M. Keolio
kalolo and Henry Kaia, of tho Ha
waii club. It was decided to play the
first game of tho no.xt loaguo series
April 12. Gaidnor K. Wilder con
sented to tako temporary charge of
tho grounds at Mukiki, Fiold offi
cers will bo appointed at a meeting a
UA.1LX BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. J.,
PETITION AQAIHST PAIKULI.
Trlul of. tlio OontcMrit Uoolutt Elec
tion In I he Hiiiri-iiio Court.
Tlie content of the election of J.
N. I'aikull as Reprcsentativn from
tho Sixth Distiiet wm commenced
this morning before Chief Justice
Judd in Chambers. Tlie petilio'n for
annulment of election emanates
from J. II. llarfimbn, 11. M. Maka
lia.lup.i, Win. Henry Kailiwai, J. X.
ICaailua, David Watson, Kaumlalo,
l.ouo, D. Lrna, Kin, A. Kcl, D.
Kanea anil Kooleo. V. II. and II.
N. Castle appeared for petitioners,
and tlie interests of the member
elect were represented by Hon. A.
Rosa and S. K. Kane. The petition
and answer were read. W. It. Cas
tle exhibited li.KuoUoa dated March
22, 181)0, with a notice to parties
interested in the above matter to
appear, signed by the Marshal (Ex
hibit A) and offered to file the Mar
shal's nilldavit of publication.
Mr. Rosa asked leave to amend
M. Rote, worn, said 1 was
Chairman of Election Hoard of tho
District of Koolau ; remember Ka
uli ; cannot now say without book
whether he could read and write ;
no objection was made to any voter
that day: Kauli said ho could write
but not read ; he wai about 25 or
30 years old ; do not know whether
he voted ; he swore to the Constitu
tion and was registered; ho was a
seafaring man and had not. register
ed at previous election ; remember
Mahoo offering to vote ; lie was on
the register according tprthe state
ment of Kaulia ; Malion offered two
ballots but they looked like one; I
announced the fact to the inspectors
and spectators ; wo discussed tho
matter, Kaulia asked my opinion ;
I thought it was no fault of voter
but was the fault of runner who
gave it to him ; they were separately
folded but lapped together; I
thought they were accidentally so
placed ; wc told the man to go out
side and return wilh one ballot; he
did so as the record will sliow ; do
not personally recollect.
Cross-examined llallots must
have been inside of one another bo
caiiso they separated in my hands ;
believe tho voter did not know there
were two ; were not handed one on
top of the other; remember Hoopii ;
I could not positively swear it was
inside; Hoapili'scasc was about the
same ; his vote was rejected ; did
not see any elector fold his vote;
were presented already folded ; all
ballots showed they were folded l3
one man on each sldu; l'aikuli's
were folded laterally with tilt name,
and Kiiulukou's crosswise of the
name ; I know this although ballots
of samo size because I was allowed
to open slightly and could sec name
of candidate on some and others I
could not ; inspectors wcro satisfied
that Kaulia could read and write,
and allowod hi9 vote.
Asa Kaulia, sworn Was one of
the inspectors at last election ; re
member Kauli ;" was on the list of
voters; wo thought he oould read or
write ; he appeared to be over 20
years of ogo with sbynoss in right
eye ; was a stranger to him ; it was
on one of the registration days ; lie
was asked if lie had ever been asked
to take tho oath to support tho con
stitution : ho said he hnd not ; he
could repeat the alphabet, and could
spell short words, but long words
bothered him ; hu could read short
words ; lie wrote a good signature ;
the Inspectors unanimously decided
him entitled to a voto; ho voted on
election daj ; his namo was not on
list of voters special election 1887 ;
remember Mahoc; remember some
thing unusual about his offering to
voto ; Mr. Rosa sat on one side of
tho table, I on tho other; Roso re
ceived tho voto and I looked on re
gister for name ; that was the way
wo had arranged our work ; he offer
ed his ballot ; Mr. Rose said that one
ballot was atop of the other ; when
I saw them in Mr. Rose's hand they
were apart; when I first saw them
Mr. Roso was holding them out
thus; we allowed this vote; Hoa
pili's case was different, one ballot
was inside the other, and we decided
to reject altogether.
Cross-examined Had discussion
oil the case ; on statement of Mr.
Rose ho was allowed to withdraw
and voto, as wo thought there was
no intent of fraud ; If one had been
inside the other would not have al
lowed him to vote.
To tlie Couit Mr. Robc said lie
did not consider there was fraud and
I agreed with him ; I saw the ballot
in voter's hand and saw him hand it
Re-direct I saw in Mahoe's hands
what appeared to bo one ballot.
J.L.Kaulukou and J. A.Hassinger
also gave their testimony before
recess. This afternoon M. Rose
and Makahalupa were on tho stand.
The trial adjourned at 2-20 till 10
Tills morning Ah Yat, found guilty
of opium in possession, was lined
Srifi.no including costs, with ono
hour at hard labor. Appeal noted.
V, V. Ashford for defendant.
James Filzircrald was lined $5.20
for assaulting Kami, by way of hur
rying him in handling bags of sugar.
Ah Mini, opium in possession,
.")1.20 and ono hour's hard labor.
Ah Took, assault, discharged.
Arthur Johnstone, libel, committed
for trial to the Supreme Court.
Alawea, assault on Kulcahilco,
.Several cases were remanded.
tHMtei'ly .llectlnir of Trusters. -In
Theio was it good attendance at
the quarterly meeting of the Don id
of Trustees of Queen's Hospital this
forenoon. Tlie report of the House
PhyHieian, Dr. MuKihhiu, was adopt
ed. The Secretary did not have a
copy of the report for tin1 Hi'i.i.kiin'.
Tho Treasuier's icpnit hhuwed a
balance of sfTiHJI.
The vitiiug committee mado a
Mitiefactory icpoit of the condition
of the hospital. Hoih. .1. 'I1. Wider
house, jr.) Saml. Pinker,' and J. S.
Walker were appointed in i-iting
committee for the ensuing (iiiailer.
Rev. A. Mackintosh suggested that
the cultivation of lloweis for the hos
pital wards.shonld be encouraged on
the grounds. It was decided that
the area at the Wniklki side of the
hospital should be placed at the dis
posal of .Mr. Mackintosh for that
purpose, that gentleman engaging
that all the cxpenso should be borne
Hon. C. 11. Uishop, Vice-President,
spoke of the very efficient services of
Sirs. 'Miller the matron.
Mr. Cogswell, aitist, m painting
portraits of Kaniehameha IV. and
Queen Emma, founders of the hospi
tal, which will bo placed among tlie
decorations of the institution.
Mr. F. A. Schaofer, Secretary, has
kindly furnished the information for
tlie foregoing report.
When Arthur Johnstone's case
was called in the Polico Com t this
morning, Justice Foster said he had
considered tlie motion for dismissal
very carefully. There was much
that might be said on both sides.
He did not care to give his reasons
just then, but thought tho most sa
tisfactory conclusion was tiiat the
prosecution had made out a prima
fucie case. A statement in detail
would only lie a dissertatipn on the
law of libel. After some doubt an
to whether the arguments of the de
fense were not stronger than those
of the prosecution, lie iiad honestly
come to the conclusion that the mo
tion for dismissal of the charge
should be overruled.
Mr. Ashford said the defendant
would not put in any defense.
The Court accordingly committed
defendant to tho Supreme Court.
THE WEALTH OF OUR PRESIDENTS.
The Presidents of the I'nited
States have generally been men of
but moderate means, especially in
the first half-century of tho Repub
lic. Not one was a millionaire.
Washington had an estate of
John Adams left a moderate for
tune. Jefferson was often strait enod for
means, and died poor. If Congress
had not bought hit library at a price
(825,000) much beyond its value,
and other assistance been given him,
ho would hardly have escaped bank
ruptcy in his later years.
Madison saved and was compar
atively rich for his time. Mrs.
Madison received $H0,Q00 from the
nation for his manuscript papers.
Monroo died in poverty and wos
buried at tlio expense of his rela
tives. John Qnincy Adams left, about
Jackson had little but the valua
ble cstato known as the Hermitage,
near Nashville, Tcnn.
Van Huren was accounted rich in
his day, being worth nearly $1100,
000. Polk died possessed of about half
Harrison was poor and obtained
a living with dilllculty for several
years before he was chosen Presi
dent. Tyler was a bankrupt when he be
came President, but saved his means,
married a wealthy wife and died
Taylor left about SloU.OOO.
Fillmore had a pretty largo fortune
and married rich after he left thu
Pierce saved 850,000, about half
bis salary, while President, but had
Buchanan had at least 8200,000.
Lincoln left but $75,000.
Johnson was reputed worth about
Grant becamo wealthy, but lost
his fortune through others' ruscality.
Hayes is comfortably well off.
Garfield had a competence.
Arthur died in comfortable cir
cumstances. Cleveland went out of olllco, it is
thought, witli 8250,000, and his wife
was worth as much us 8200,000.
Harrison has but moderate means.
rpWO Unfurnished Hnoms,
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centrally located. Apply
o "Elelu,r oUloo. rut If
A COTTAOK convenient to
x.v Rtrect cms. vwuiii iiko
near Hotel. AIO.
Addrcsj "O. a,"
derate rent desired
NOTIOft In hereby given that the
omen of (. 0. Nanivanui, Chief
Inspector of Japanese Immigrant, has
this day been removed to room No. 8,
over SSpiTclielh' Hank, Fori street.
March 2.1, 18110 Otl-at
For Sttlo at Low liiitos
TVTEW Phaetons and
1 Frazur and Cold Walter Oart,
HaMnow Hugcie, Polo and Bliaftj nlsn,
Second hand IliiokB, Open and Top Hug.
glen, oil in good condition j Hnd IIomcs
suitable for plantation mo. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STAUI.KB,
,111 lm 3. I. rlluiw, Manager.
MAHCII 25, IdSlO.
THE WETTING CASE.
Kllciii'o Thnt limit W rh Iircni'lirit
For N'tnti-il !lcniinlni;.
Marshal Super lias given our re
porter a copy of the evidence taken
in the investigation into the welting
of ii prisoner named Arthur Hunt at
tiic Police Station.
Hunt was taken in drunk lato on
the night of the 18ih Inst. ' When
locked up hu became very noisy,
using the most-abusive and filthy
language regarding the police, be
cause, as he said, they had tried to
catch him Helling liquor. He kick
ed his cell door mid stamped his
feet continually. Every now and
again lie screeched so loudly as to
be heard by the policeman on duly
in Queen street.
All effoits to quiet Hunt failed,
threats to gag him only eliciting,
more abusive language. At last he
vomited all over himself and he was
taken out and laid on tlie grass,
when tho hose was ,imed to wash off
Ids head and face. During this
process he struggled so much that
Ids clothes were wet. His upper
garments were then removed and ho
was laid on a mattrass in the dark
cell, where an olllcer kept watch on
him till he fell asleep. It was near
five o'clock in the morning before
ho became quiet. The turnkey al
leges that the hose was not used to
duck the prisoner, but only to wasli
off his head.
When Hunt was called in the Po
lice Court next morning he did not
answer, but on his comingin later
and exhibiting Home clothes the for
feiture of his bail was set aside, ond
the case continued till tho 20lh. At
that date when called Hunt appear
ed and pleaded guilty to the charge
There is nothing in tlie evidence
to show that Hunt was such a help
less cripple as to disable him from
giving the police more than they
could do to control him by any or
Government Coupons Lost !
March 'j;iid, Coupon 30, Itond Xo. "21
" ' $30,
' 1 2!
Honolulu, March '13, .lS'.'O. nil If
Tbn Paelile llnrriwnrr Co.
Have Just received a tiac lino of
Also, Chamo's Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
f0JJ Suppllo3 Generally. if
ANUHSR (Viigll b prefeirei!) to ac
company a family wl'h a b.iliy to
Eiglnnd, lo J,-iiv llouctlulu on thu Hrd
May uexi. Apply at thu oltlcc or the
Daily Hujxktin. MO t?t
NUItSE QIUL WANTED.
KltMAX Olllb I'HKrKHKKD.TO
e t wages to compu'cui gi-1; none uilur
need apply. Oil) at rcoidencu on Jloro.
tunbi S reel, of v
M)3tf C. W;AHHKORn.
IF O H It K V AI II TO 8 F. VE K A I.
Bandings of Bi. Andrew's Priory.
H.icclfljatlons may be bad at the olllco
of A LUX J. OAHTWRIGUT.
Merchant S'., Opp. IlThel St.
Honolulu, Mar.'21, 1800. 50.H lw
. ,, i
DKAFT Xo. -ISS, drawn by the Ho
noinit Hugur Co. Feb. 10, 1800,
for 9320 lias been lost or stoleu. All
parties aro hereby warned against
negotiating samo. ' 402 lm
A SITUATION.as Enirlncer or I.unu
iV. Well qualified lo till either potl
tion Inferences If required
1 1 m .' .--. t-i . !-!
"Jf. H., tins OIIJCC.
private houe by a steady
urni not exceen.
JWllress "P. O.
per in until,
rpo rent for;l month a I.argo
JL llnoni ,or Hall, cither
ground floor or upstairs, must
lm centrally I lluated. 40.1 tf
Real EHtnto For Sal.
TWO Hoiibur and Lots on
Robcllo Lane, Palama.
Convenient to steam and tram
care, very jioauuy locaitiy. ioi on
Klnir street, noar Hamauku's Lino. For
particulars apply to
' JOHN K. 1JOWLER
OrClms.T. Guliok. 4'tO Urn
BILLS for BALL.
ALL hills ngilnirt the ball committee
of Co A, Honolulu RlllcB, will bo
received by the Chairman,
K. II. THOMAS,
fiftllw P.O. Hex Wo. 117.
IIRKWOOD for, talo r.t Hawaiian
. Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
(jtioon and Nuiianu streets, 408 tf
Culm Stable Supplies
Society of the
Extract Prom Atmunl
"Wc purpose placing in your liand to offer to the puUlio an Indem
nity Hond. Many will be attracted by the fact that yo'u are selling tlie
bonds of a life insurance society with assents over St0.",000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its inliiiislu merits. '
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now nble to quote the lesiilt.-. of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no oilier company ill for u nutnljurof years,
be ablo to show actual results on similar Policies.
. .. "President.."
i ' . ... '
1ST Send for
illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under-
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Gcnoral A?ont for tho Hawaiian Islanda, Kquitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-Do
A LAUGH ASSOUTMKNT OF
From !?8.t) to 100 Each.
The M. A. SliliO and the CAltlil'TT DltY PLATF.S.
The YKAlt ISOOIC OF 1'HOTOGHAPIIY,
BHITISH PlIOTOGKAPHIO ALMANAC,
AMKUKWN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
'" And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
fSQLUSTE& & CO.,
lOD FOHT STKKKT.
Cheaper tliixn Wood !
Our 'Lawn Fcnco protects a lawn without concealing it, (suitable for
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc.-
J FOR SALE BY TIIK
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501 If ' Fort fdroet, oppo. Sprcckcls' Hank, Honolulu, H. 1.
P.. R. Hkniiuv, President it Manager.
QonritKV Huown, Secretary $ Treasurer.
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IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
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Genuine Haviland China, plain and docorated; and Wedijcwood "
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Ohandolicrs it Elccloliors,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A eoniplolo assor'.in't of Drills fc Fjloi),
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "aiwollo" 3-wheoled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Rluebeaid Rice Plow, I'liintniit' Steel it Goosoneeked Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED, - '
Puintf, Varnishon it 15rtiBlion, Manila A. Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hohc, Hoso, Hose,
ItUBDER, WIRE-ROUNH of biiporior iuality, Si STEAM,
Agate lion Waro, Silver Pliited Varo, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Cups, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
HihI'h Patent "Duplox" Die Slook-for Pipo it Rolt Throading,
Hartman's Steel Wire Feuco A Stool Wiro Matf,
Win. O. FUher'.i Wrought Stool Kungw,
Goto City Stone Filters, . ,
v "New Process" Twwt.Drilli, '
nov-20-81) " Neal'a Oarriago Paiuta.
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Cr.cu. Jiuotrc,. Auditor.
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