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Til U RS DAY, MAR. 27, 18D0.
Selir tlokuola from L'wa
11 M ri Champion from a eritUa
Schr llcelu fiom Koolau
Stuir.l A CuintnliH fiom Koolau
SlYnr Viva Iiom Molukal
ScluL'ikn fiom Kolml.i
,. ' . OEPARfURES.
Am bgtno WO Irwln.j E MeCullooh,
for san Francisco
Schr Mol Wiihluo for Koholalelc
.Schr Llhollho lor Wal-uuio
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bM Muiy Wlnkelinan, Dyicborjj,
for can I' riincieco
otmr W (. Hall tor Lahalna, MaaUca,
Koun. Ka i and tbu Volcano ut 10
o'clock n til
Stnir (J It Bishop for Wiilanac, Walalua
nurj Koohui at ! a Ml
Sclir Luka for Kohala
For San Francisco per btno W O Ir
win, Mar 27 Mrs Cap I Ellh, Mis .J
Shaw, Mis Oapt Utirney, A Mock, Mons
L Cornet, .Mr Dcvcliu, and Mr Dough
tey. From Koolau per stnir C It Bishop,
Mar ao Win Giant and 121 deck.
Thobktno Maiy Wlnkelinan will not
likely bo lcudy to leave for San Fian
:ls o till to-morrow morning.
II U M S( bampton hnsictiuncd fjom
licr gun practising ciulso.
ROK - In tli's clly, Marcli 27, to the
wife of J. Ro;a, a son.
WOXD UPalama, March 20. Fanny,
daughter of I. D. and IC. I.iea, and
adopted child of . S. Wond, aged
2 years and 4 month's.
BLAISDELL In Queen's Hospital,
Maich 27, at 12:15 p. m., J. L.
BlaNclell, aged 13 years.
d Funeial lrom St. Andrew's Ca
thedral to-moirow (Filday) at :t p. in.
The April term ot the Court will
cpen Monday the 7th. Judge llickr
erton presiding. Besides fifty re
manded canes for conspiracy anil
riot of the 30th July last, there are
nine criminal and eight civil cases
for Hit) Hawaiian jury; nine civil
cases for the mixed jury ; five crim
inal and seventeen civil cases for the
foreign jury; seven banco cases
and eight divorce cases.
Judge Bickerton has decided
against defendant, in the equity
case of Mrs. Eliza Maefarlanc vs.
E. II. F. Welters. Plaintiff sued
out a bill for specific performance,
to compel defendant to accept deed
and pay priee of $3550, for pre
mises at King and Alnkca streets,
which fell to defendant's bid nt sale
by auction. Wolters claimed igno
rance of existence of unexpired
lease to U. F. Hoy tr, . but evidence
was produced that due warning was
tfiven of that fact at the timoof sale.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; V. V.
Ashford for defendant.
The demurrer of W. II. Daniels
to the bill in equity for injunction
prayed for by Theo. II. Davies &
('o. has been overruled by Judge
McCully. Defendant Daniels en
gaged under forfeit of one thousand
dollars not to engage in mercantile
basilicas at Wailuku for a certain
period after his firm sold out to tho
plaintiffs in this suit. The chief
ground of defendant's demurrer was
that the agreement was one for the
payment of a specified sum as liqui
dated damages for a breach and
which should be recovered il it could
In an action at law. The Court de
cides that the contract binds Dan
iels and his former paitner Cum
mings not to engage. In business. F.
M. Hatch for plaintiff ; W. 0. Smith
In tho test case of Chinese restric
tion, in which Chung Waa, a natur
alized Hawaiian citizen, sued for an
injunction to compel the Minister of
Foreign Affairs to allow petitioner
to enter the kingdom without having
complied with the terms of tho stat
ute for returning Chinese, Chief
Justice Judd has rendered a deci
sion in favor of the petitioner. As
ii citizen of the country so become
under the laws Chung Waa has the
right of free admission and locomo
tion. W. R. Castle and II. N. Cas
tle for petitioner ; A. P. Peterson,
Deputy Attoriipy-Gencral, for re
spondent. Chief Justice Judd held inter
mediary term this forenoon. A.
Wansey's appeal from conviction
for malicious injury, in the Hono
lulu Police Coutt, was heard and
argued, and decision reserved.
Chas. Creighton for tho Crown ; W.
A. Whiting for defendant.
' Two other cases on the calendar
were continued till next term day.
Two capes of drunkenness were
disposed of in tho Police Couit this
morning. Other business went over.
Tiik Supremo Cotut will sit in
banco next Tuesday at 10 o'clock, to
licar such cases ns may be preaontod.
Tin: hackmen and draymen of tho
city, masters as well as drivers, aio
petitioning the Minister of tho Interim-
to take stops for compelling
tho Hawaiian Tiamways Company
to keep its tracks flush with the
street accouling to the btatuto. The
petition is an elaborate document
drawn up by a lawyer, and alleges
torious injury to vehicles from the
protruding rails or rather it might
bo said the indented street alongside
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
PAiKn.t'3 case is tuulci advisement.
A mmiixi: is missing fiom tho I'.S.
Lnvr.v'ri cash sale will bo held at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tin: band will give a coiiccil at
Thomas Spiare to-moriovv inoning.
Oai'T.wn McUullocb of tho W. O.
Irwin gave a party at Wuikiki Villa
A aooo chance to get new furni
ture is aiforded in the sale at auction
of Mrs. Schwartz'! household effects
to-moriow as elsuwheio iidvciti'uU.
Tun first performance of Mikado
will take place on Tuesday evening,
Aprils. The box plan will be open
at L. J. Levey's, jjaturday, April ft, at
'.) a. in.
Tub steamer Yamashiro Mnru will
bo hero in a few days with 1001 or so
inoie Japp, and isadvcitird to mi!
for Yokohama and Hongkong tho
oti of April.
The Maishal has given oidcrs for
tho officer stationed at Fort and He
retania ttieotH, to keop crowds of
boys from assembling round Hie
church especially when meetings are
The Royal Hawaiian Hand gave a
Ecrenndu concert at tbu residence of
His Excellency S. M. Damon this
morning, in token of congratulation
at tho recovery of Mis. Damon fiom
Boveio and piolonged illness.
.-. . .l .
Mn. J. It. Dlaisdhll expired this
afternoon, nt tho Queen's Hospital.
He had been a suflcrcr in that insti
tution quite a while, and his death
has been expected for bovcral days
past. Not long since, the deceased
gentleman lost u young wife, who
left with tho beicaved father two
young children. Mr. W. Hlai&dcll of
Kcalia, Kauai, was with his suffering
brother during tho lavt two or thiee
weeks of the latter's life. The funer
al will take place to-moriow after
noon, at 3 o'clock, from the Angli
On the evening of the 19lh inst. a
number of gentlemen held a prelim
inary meeting at the Hawaiian Hotel
for the purpose of considering the
advisability of forming a chess club
in this city. Many professed par
tisans of the movement were unable
to bo present, so a committee of
ways and means with discretionary
powers was appointed to canvass
for membership and to discus? all
feasible plans for bringing matters
to a successful permanent issuo.
To dato it has been ascertained
that there aro over fifty chess play
ers in Honolulu alone, besides a
number well known on the other isl
ands. Many of these have promptly
answered the call in t.ie Advertiser
and Bulletin to subscribe their
names to the membership roll in Mr.
A. J. Cartwright's olfice. Thoso
who have not yet done so arc res
pectfully requested to call there for
For temporary headquarters the
Camera Club has courteous!' tend
ered the use of its commodious
rooms in Alnkca street, reserving
Friday evenings for its own particu
lar purposes. At any other timo
chess players are welcome. A mod
est rental of $10 per month will be
charged to cover the expense of
lights, janitor's hcrviccs, etc.
For purposes of play, chess boards
and men will be provided as soon as
possible. Duo notice will be given
of the date when the club can avail
itself of the generous offer of the
Camera Club. A peep into the fu
ture will not be amiss at this point,
as the question of permanent chess
headquarters and the expense of
maintaining them U one of paramount
importance to all interested.
Careful inquiries into the pecuni
ary management of three of our
most successful clubs, vi.. : the
British Club, tho Camera Club, and
the Myrtle Boat Club, have elicited
the fact that the figures given below
will bo quite sufficient to equip and
maintain a strong chess club. The
Institutions just referred to arc all
in a prosperous condition and cither
own or lease their club piopcrty, arc
out of debt and have money in the
A cottage with grounds can bo
leased and properly equipped with
chess furniture and maintained in
durablo first class style, with forty
active members (minimum) for the
following figures :
Entrance fee, per capita, $f.00.
Monthly dues, $1.00.
Aud it is firmly believed that this
tax will be even more than sulllcient,
possibly allowing a little sinking
fund In case ot emergency. .
Chess being essentially a quiet
game, appealing more directly to
the intellectual side of our natures,
it is deemed achisablo to allow quiet
and thoughtful play henco card
playing, gambling, and drinking aud
carousing will be strictly prohibited.
Caissa is not a fickle goddess ; her
shrino only attracts tho student,
steadfast and sincere. Any true
chess player will bear witness to his
deep devotion to this gentlo and
It is to be hopod that all chess
players will lend their best efforts to
bring about tho successful issue of
this loug chorUhed project. A
meeting will be held at tho rooms of
the Camera Club, cntranco by lane
past Central House on Alakea street,
this ovening at 7:30 o'clock, and lot
players of any degree of skill, as
well as those who dosiro to learn tho
game, make a strict point of attending.
DAILY BULUfiTIN: HONOLULU, JJ. J.,
PZTITION AGAINST PAIKlhl.
'IVInl oldio '(inleH'il Koolau I'. lec
tion In l lie N:iiromc Court
Vi'.oxi:siuy, March 2fi.
Court commenced at 10:10 this
morning for continuation of the
Kaull testified as follows: I vot
ed at late election at Kaneolic; 1 can
write my name, cannot write any
thing else; I voted; did not regfs
ter; am a Hawaiian; don't know
Nvhen X win boin; was born lnce
1840; I am full t.'0 years old.
Cross-examined My name is all
I can write; was taught, by my fa
ther; was talking with Kaulukoti
this morning downstairs (shown
print after deliberation pronounces
"mokutia" and reads text slowly
after study) ; wont to school when
a boy; read newspapers occasion
ally or try to; can follow copy in
writing (copies a word of print
pointed out by Mr. Rosa). The wit
ness then wrote several words at the
dictation of the Court. Identifies
Paikuli's name on ticket and pro
nounces liis initials "J. II." Writes
the following words: moktina, pau
ku, liana ino, Paikuli, Kaulukoti,
naauao, as moktiuii, punka, liana
makai no, leads liana maikai, pai
kilu, katiluko, nauao); I spelled
words as I have here and was allow
ed to vote ; I took tho oath and
signed the constitution ; did not
vote at former elections because I did
not wish to.
Re-direct 1 understand what I
wrote; have read paper; have read
a letter by Bpelling slowly ; never
wrote one; father told me 1 was
over 20 years, he is living ; ho told
me long ago; before the election of
1887, beforo the revolution.
To Court Am a vaqucro for Mr.
Jno. Paoa Was an elector at
Koolau ; I voted ; was appointed
luna by Kaulukou ; some days be
fore election ; I did not act as such
before election ; made no speeches ;
did not tell any one to vote for Ka
ulukou ; did not advise any of my
friends to vote for him ; I voted for
him; I did not promise Kaulukoti to
work for him ; saw Paikuli election
morning; I was at house; Paikuli
rode up and called mc out, throwing
down SI; I asked him as he. rode
away what he meant; he auswered
you am to be one of my runners to
day ; I kept the money and used it.
Cross-examined Paikuli did not
give me ballots that morning ; I had
some ballots later given me at the
polls by Kailas ; am dointr nothing
now ; I was a police olllcer ; was po
lice officer while Kaulukou was
Judgo ; do not know whether he ob
tained olllce for me ; was an olllcer
befoie; have been twice dismissed
the last time when Robert Waialealc
was deputy sheriff ; on election day
worked for both ; if a man said he
wished to vote for Kaulukou I let
him go along, and If he said Paikuli
I let him go along; did not appear
yesterday because not sent for ; met
Paikuli first timo on election morn
ing; never talked with Kuilaa on
To Court Tho ballots Paikuli gavo
mo were given to such as intended
to vote for Paikuli ; I was told I
was a runner for Paikuli ; I had no
Kaulukou ballots; previous to this
tune Paikuli had bocu to my house ;
I did nothing to earn the 81.
Cross-examined First told Mr.
Crowningburg I had received $i
fiom Paikuli; I did not know ex
actly what for ; was at inside gate,
when he threw money over; gate on
the Puatim side.
To tho Couit Coins were thrown
together; they fell on ground.
Re-direct Was engaged by Ka
ulukou to work for him ; I accepted
tho appointment; I assisted him by
voting for him.
Kahau Live at Kaneolic; am
luna on Kaneolic plantation ; am
acquainted with defendant; had him
for a guest with his son on night be
foie election; they left my hotiso
about 12 o'clock election night for
Honolulu ; they slept at my house
night previous to election and re
turned after polls were closed ;
when they left election morning
Paikuli said "how much do we owo
you?" and I said "nothing;" Paikuli
said "that is not right," and hand
ed me 85 and turned away from me ;
that is all I know about it ; my wife
was present ; Paikuli's son gave mo
after election over 83 ns a token
of friendship; was not surprised
when I received So; I took it as
pay for outcrtainment ; I had reason
to supposo so ; was appointed for
Kaulukou ; made speech in his fa
vor and acted for him prior to elec
tion ; I tried to persuade people to
voto, but people wero hard hearted ;
I voted for him ;' I could not act on
election day against Paikuli who was I
a friend ot mine; he was an old
friend ; ho had stopped at my house
aud I considered working against
him to bo a violation of hospitality ;
the $5 had something to do with it
that way; told Kaulukou Paikuli
had many friends; about 20 men
work under me, that Is natives, the
others aro Chinamen.
Cross-examined Have served
over ten years as luna; receive 830
a month now; am ' comfortably well
off ; Paikuli had been at my house
with Kailaa going to Honolulu and
returning had oaten thero; not a
great deal of electioneering that day ;
everything was very quiot; thero
was very little specchmakiug; the
people wero quito determined and
seemed to voto ou their own convic
tions. To tho Court Hare entertained
many Hawalians but never before
received money for entertainment.
Defense inninions Mr. Olds, who
testifies: Was an inspector of elec
tion for Koolau district; remember
somo day after election meeting
Kailaa; 1 was with Mr. Rose; talk
ed with Mr. Kalian after Mr. Rose
was tliiougb; they were talking
about leeching money; I under
stood the conversation; .Mr. Rose
asked if Paikuli was going to give
him money after the election ; the
old man said no; I took it as a Joke;
it came to be known from Paikuli's
return ; X questioned Kail an and he
said no ; havo known Kailaa thirty
years; never heard anything against
his iharacter for truth and veracity ;
know, Malioe; his ballots were to
gether ho as to look like one ballot;
Mr. Rose lingered them and sung
out thero were two ballots; lie slid
them apart ; lie said they were too
thick ; there was no opinion of
fraud; Hoapili'a ballots were not
taken apart; Hoapill was angry and
cleared out; the board had only a
slioit discussion; everything done
was satisfactory to everybody.
Cross-exauiiucd--Was sitting close
by when tho ballot was offeicd; I
could see ; when Mr. Roso said thero
wero two ballots I approached ; did
not hear Kailaa say mahopc ; I took
it all as a joke; I thought it Tolly to
ask a man to give away a friend ; I
asked, "Is Paikuli going to give you
money by-and-byV" he said "No."
S. Kailaa Was one of Paikuli's
lunas; was not paid any money for
such service ; lie did not pay me
810; staid with him at Kalian's
honso ; wo wero on the way to Wai
manalo on an electioneering tour;
slept with Paikuli at Kalian's house
only this night; am a farmer and
fisherman by occupation ; Paikuli is
the pastor of the church and I am
one of the deacons ; wc live half a
mile apart; have sustained this rela
tion of friendship over thirty years,
although I have not been deacon
that long ; was not promised reward
after election; heard Mr. Rose's
statement about our meeting ; it
was untrue ; I met him on tiie pali ;
he said, "Where liavo you been?"
I said "In town;" he djd not ask
me if I had received any money; I
talked with Mr. Olds a little; he
said I had done wrong in taking
money from Paikuli as a bribe ; 1
said 1 had received none; Mr. Rose
asked mo if I would get money by-
nnd-by and I said I had nothing to
do with it; Paikuli had selection of
lunas: I was a luna; Paikuli told
me Paoa was one of his lunas, but
on election day Paoa did not work
for Paikuli ; did not pay any money
on account of Paikuli ; ho gavo me
no money for such a purpose. .
Cross-examined Was a runner
for Paikuli on election day; was ac
tive; would ask a man whom he
would vote for ; tried to induce peo
ple to regard Mr. Paikuli as the
best ; rendered scrvico from motives
of patriotism; did not expect pay;
no intimation of such a thing was
ever given me ; was ut W. R. Cas
tle's office about a month before
election; went thero to pay Mr.
Castle some money on a mortgage
for.Kuupaha; had a convcisalion
w ilh Mr. Castle as to how the money
was obtained; told him Ktiupaha
had found mone. (Objection bj
Mr. Rosa.) Did not loll W. It.
Castle bad got money or Kuupaha
had from Paikuli; know Kuupaha;
ho was a luna for Paikuli; he ap
peared to bo strong.
Recess to one o'clock.
After recess Kailaa was recalled
and testified : On election day I did
not give ballots to Jno. Paoa; per
haps Paikuli gave him borne ; I did
To the Com t Paoa had ballots
but 1 did not furnish them to him.
Awa Was one of Paikuli's watch
ers at the polls ; was paid 35 for
service ; talked with Paikuli about
being watcher the day before the
Kaalo Live af. Ileeia ; know Pai
kuli nnd Kuilaa ; previous to elec
tion day and since that day I have
not received any money for services ;
had no talk with him in reference to
same; havo received no promise
from him of money ; I was not a
luna for him ; had no talk with any
one about it ; did not talk with Kal
ian about being a luna ; before elec
tion met Kailaa who spoke about the
candidates and said Paikuli was go
ing to run ; that was all that was
said ; I have charge of Mr. Bishop's
land ; do not remember Kailaa say
ing I would be a proper person for
Kuupaha Live at Koolau ; know
Paikuli; never received tiny money
fromJiitn ou account ot election ser
vices ; was ono of his lunas pievious
to aud on election day ; am a farmer.
OFFICERS mill members of Excel
Bior Lwlgu, No 1, 1 0. O. J?, ate
requested to ausutnblo at tliolr ldgo
Hoera, on Knrt itroet, TO.MOUUOW
(Friday) AFTKItNOON, at 2 jHO o'clock,
for the piupoio of aiteadirj(r tbu funeral
of their lata Brother J. L. Olniadell.
All resident and visiting brother.) lu
Honolulu aro respectfully InvlteJ.
T. 8. SOUTH W OK.
AMKETIXQ of Choih l'lajora will
Iw n id at tho rooms of lliu Camera
Lluli, on Maluia r.lrco', on THURSDAY
EVENING, March 27ih, at 7:J0 o'clock.
7IUEW00D for bbIo at Hawaiian
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Qiiooii and Nuuunu sireein.
MftJiCfl 2?, uk.o
0A1IU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
m:iui.Ai! -j it uxh.
K. M. I'. M.
I.e.ivu Honolulu :0o ?:60
Airho Mauatia !):I3 2:IH
Lease Manani 11:00 1 :00
Arrlw Honolulu if. IS I: IS
K. M. V. M. I. l.
Lease Honolulu .. H:;ii) U::io K:00
ArrlieMaiuuia ...10:18 1:18 !l:H
Leave Manana.... 11 :0o l:J.l 4:05
Arrive Houoluhl... 11: 18 2:31 1:03
A SPECIAL meeting of the stock,
holder? of the I'uclllo Sugar Mill
will In held at the otllce ol P. A.
Rcnaufer Ai Co. on r'UIDAY NEXT,
the 2li lal , at 10 o'clock a v
012 Sj 'ecreiary.
X DIVIDEND of Ten (10) IVr Cent
xV on the capital Ptoek of tho Star
Mill ''o. n duo ami payable to fchnre
holders at the olllrtt of
Oi'-JUt r. O: IllWLV & CO.
CHUN KOW is no longer lu iny cm.
ploy, mid is not authorized to sign
my nanio or act for me In nnv maimer
wlmtr-vor. TAI KEK.
Honolulu. March 2?, IfiOfl. 018 lw
NO. 0 KiiiT street, near the Hrldgo.
Open dty and ulglit. Meals at all
hours. Ordets for California produce
ii eel veil. U. T. OILZY,
5'S am Proprietor.
The Al Ntontiiftlilp
Will leave Honolulu for the above ports
on or nbnut
t For freight or passage, havlug
superior cihlu ami steerage Mccomtno.
dntion', apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.,
013 tit Agents.
Government Coupons Lost !
March 23ul, Coupon $.10, Uonil Xo.22
" " " 83l, ' 227
$30, " 2.Ti
" " U0, ' BitJ
" ' 810, " 127
" " " 81S, " 128
" " !' -.816, ' 120
" " " ' $15, " 130
A. .1. CAKTWHIGUT.
Honolulu, March 23,, 1S20. 01 1 tf
TUVO Unfurnished Itoiuif,
JL ci'UtrMrv mcattd
i COTI'AO E i onvpiilenl to
XV . MiLcrcam. Would like
mile' place, uar Hotel. Mo.
demto rent desir'oi Addreaa "(!. (!,"
11UM.MI.V Oillr-ov ' 009 tf
HAFT No. 123, drawn by the Ho
nomu Siicir Co. Feb. 10, 18U0,
for 6320 nan been lost or stolen. All
paitles aic buivhy warned aalust
negotiating same., ' -tt'J lin
V SITUATION nV Engineer or Luno.
Wull ipi.ilftled to till cither posi.
lion ItufcrunccslTK nulled. Addto
"F. H.." this otuoe, 00ft
COPIES of the Daily Bulletin, ot
the dates specified below, 00 cents
a copy will lie paid for the same on
delivery at this ofllce:
January lit. IMHO. g Cople.
A WOMAN Servant &r Servant Olrl
to partly attend to U chlldron, and
do light housework, for a gentleman's
family ou Kiu&i. No scrubbing, lamp
clenuing to be done; nthT'ervantskept.
Apply to J. E. UltOWN & CO.,
00" tf Murchnut street.
rpo rent for 1 month a Large
JL Kooni or Hall, either
ii rou ml floor or upstair, must
be ( LUtrally situated. 400 tf
LOT FOB SALE
APlNELevol Lot, 100x200
ftijiyWy doslrablu for
luiWlb'g;iyill he Fold cheap.
For''riiuhpr particular ad.
lro8,',A"- flUI-LM in Olllco.
Koal Erituto'For Sale.
rpyo House.'! aud Lots on
X Rohi'lh) Lane, Piilania.
f'nnvitiilont to sitaui and tram
caro. Very UOimuy locamv. wiun
Klnjr street, nenCHainauku's Lane. For
Or Cha. T. Ouliok. 40 3m
17 OR REPAIRS TO SEVERAL
Uulldliigg'of Hi. Andrew's Priory.
H.iccifbutloiH may he hml at Hie office
ot ALEX .li.CARTWRimiT,
Merchant til., Opp. R'hol St.
Honolulu, Mar.' VLWO 00H iw
For Halt nf. Low Rates
NEW Phaetoas and Top BurrIcs,
Frarer and Cold Waller Carts, 1
llusincu Uiifrgic, Polo and Shaft; 1bo,
Huoondhand Hacks, Open aud Top Bug.
u;les, all In gnod condition; aud Hordes
suitable for plantation ue. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES,
Oil lm S I.titiaw, Manner.
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Society of the United States.
Extraot From Annual Circular to Agents.
"We purposo placing In your hands to offer to the publio an Indem
nlty Bond., Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bouds of a life insurance society with asscsts over $105,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the lesults 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 ou similar Policies.
"IIKN'RY 13. HYDE,
JO" Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person oa the under
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General Ageut for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Socloty
of the U. S. Janl-90
A LAKGi: ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From if8.60 to $100 Each.
The M. A. SEED and tho CAIIBUTT DIIY PLATES,
Tho YEAR BOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
BRITISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FONT STRKKT. : : : : : : HOAOMIMJ.
Handsome ! Indestructible !
Cheaper tlian Wood. !
Our Lawn Fence protects a lawn without concealing it, euilablo fot
Lawns, Parks, Gardens, Churches, Cemeteries, Etc,
FOR SALE BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
601 If Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
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E. R. Hendbt, President & Manager. John Ena, Vice-President.
Uodpiwy Brown, Heciotary& Treasurer. Cecil Bi-.o.v.n, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. NprecUeln' Brink, : Fort Mtveet, Ilouolnln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'.l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Ganuiue Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwocd
Piuno, Library & Stand Lamps, Ciiandoliors &. Elcctoliortf,
Lamp Fixtures of all kiudd, A comploto asaorim't of Drill St Film,
PLANTATION SDPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Gazelle" 3-wheoled Riding Plow it Equalizor,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, PUntora' Steel & Goosenccked note,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,'
I'ainU, Varnished BriiBhoi, Manila k Sieal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
XXowo, Hose, Homc,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, &. STEAM,
Agate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pookol Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A Cap, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
AG KtVrrt FOR
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for 1'ipo &. Bolt Threading,
Harliuaii's Steel Who Fence ifc Steel Wire Matu,
Wm. G. Fiehcr'n Wrought Btcol ItAogtv,
date City Stone FUlem,
"Now Piocov," Twibt Drllla,
nov-211-80 Neal'a Carriage Tuioli.
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