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TIH'KSDAY, A PH. !), 1860.
OAHU RAILWAY k LAND COMPANY'S
111. (II I. Ml llt.VIVS.
.'. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu l:00 L':00
Aulve Muuami UM i'MJ
Leave Mamma II :uu 4 :0U
Al'l'lvu Honolulu II'.-JS -4 1 IS
A.M. 1'. Jt. 1. M.
I.WIVB Honolulu... !):"() 1 !:'.;() 11:00
Arilvo Mnnana .. 10:18 1:18 .'1:18
.;.ie Muiiiin,).... 11:00 1:1:1 -l:W
Aulve Honolulu. .. II :! 'Jilll 1 :".::
.Stmt' i. H Bishop fi oin I'hoitit O.iIiii
Stnu'.l A Cummin fi (tin iwiolnu
Soiir Kulaiiiaun from Hanalol
lT S S Xlpsle, I.J on. from Illln
Am 1k Ceylon, Calhoun, hi days fiom
llr lil: Velocity, .Mmllii, Hit day fiom
ft S Oceanic, Smith, for ,S:in Fr.inelsco
Solir Alai'V for Handel
Hclir Kmilllua fur Lnlo
Am f-elir JCosu Spaiks, Brandt, for Ja-
lnit, S S
Ml inr l'cle for Hamakua itt 10 ii in
Am tori) Excelsior for Poit Tovvnond
VESSELS LEAVING TU-MORROW.
Stinr I.clma for Iliiinakua !) n m
Stmt U It Bishop for Wnlnnae, Wiilaltui
utiil Koolau at H a m
Fiom Yokohama per SS Yaiiiashlro
Mnru. April 2 the Ucv Archdeacon
ami Mrs Shaw, .MUs Young. O E Make,
All-ami .Mrs .Weddled'k and IJ chlldre n,
Br and Mis Tokl, "l)r Yamainoto, 1
.stooiag.-', ami .071 Immigrants flfiO
men, 'JO!) women, mid a children.
The bark Tilllo Baker, consigned to
Mos-rs Wing Wo Chun & Co, left Hong
kong for Honolulu on Mareh 1,
Tho steamer J A Cummins bi ought
1000 bags hiigar fiom Kooluti this morn
lug. The II S B Nlpsle icturiicil this morn
ing from u short riulae n round wind
ward pot Is.
Tho Amerlean bark Cp'lon, Captain
Jt Calhoun, arrived this morning IT.
days from San Francisco with nbom 000
tons general freight. Shu Is dneked at
Hi ewer's vvhalf.
The Ptcanier.Lehua will take to-morrow
to akalau a roilur which Is now
' being repaired at tho Honolulu Iron
Tho schooner ICulamauu brought flOO
bags rice iiom Hana el this moiiiing
Tho Diltish h.rk Velocity, Captain
Martin, hi lived to-day 83 daya from
Hongkong with general cm go and 1'.
Chinefco stecrngo pastcngers lnoludl gt
women and r. hlldrcu. Tlio Velocity
experienced strong X amis windatothc
i'iuator, thence to poit had light east
ei ly winds. She is docked at Brewer's
LQGA & GENERAL HEWS.
Tin: Beaver saloon will liavo frrflh
fromi oyttors by tlio Australia, lo
in oi row.
Ak ciucriiiising couplo has got tlio
iranchibO from the O.iliu Haihvay Co.
to .start a lcstauiaut at Kwa.
Tiik U. B. S. Kipttio icturned from
her ciuinj to Hawaii this morning.
Homo of tho ofliceis visited tho Vol
cano. A giaml ball was given at
Ililo in honor of tho NipsicV visit.
Tun Hawaiian Pacilio Calilo Co.
reports the nituation of tlio cable
laying unchanged since yesterday.
Probably tho water on the Molokiii
shore is too rough to permit of a
junction with the shoio ond.
Tin: Yanim-hiro Marti had 1088
passengers all told, ns recorded in the
whipping column. Tho labor immi
grants uio being brought ashore to
tho Immigration Depot at Kakaako,
by II. Haekfehl it Co.'s steam bargo
in command of Mr. Simonson.
Mu. John II. l'uty has just return
ol from Waialua, and reports tho
distiict looking like a garden. It
rained thcro eatly this morning and
along tho road there woro indications
of :i heay downpour during tho
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A, Honolulu Rifles,
Meeting Hoard of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:'10.
Nuimntt Chapter of Rose Croix
No. 1 A. and S. R., at 7:110.
Social Y. M. C. A. hail, tit 7:'10.
Confirmation, St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Woman's Hoard Missions,
S. S. Australia, arrive from
Francisco, on or about 12 m.
St. Andrew's Cathedral Services
RomanCatliolio Cathedral Serv
ices elsewhere mentioned.
WILL NOT SIGN.
His Majesty has refused to sign
the commission of a Colonel whoso
name was submitted to linn by u
Cabinet majority. The King reads
the statute to mean the Cabinet as a
whole as the appointing power in the
event of a second election by the
commissioned olllcers failing. It is
understood that Major II. V. Hob
bard is-the nominee of tlio Cabinet
' L6CAL& GENERAL 'NEWS. '
t'HAH. t. llilillll llltd l.tll fol fillO.
Ior crojo Initis cmi bvubt'iincd lo
m irow at tlio ICIiti.
j Two whalers won- oil' j"iit this
afternoon, iiIfo a lis-liing bout fiom
i Tur.'Hisliop of Honolulu will litild
j n coiilliiniitioii ill lii! r'u'.liciltiil tbi.s
I I'voiiitig. at 7 o'clock.
Mkohasic Knginu Co. No. 2 turns
acted loutine businos tit ity tiuinllily
meeting last night.
Mr:. II. V. Qrecn, a ililigonl uml
energetic collector, is now engaged
collecting for .1. 13. Biown fc Co.
Tin: S. S. Yuniiii-hiio Main in ntl
verlieil to sail for Hongkong and
Yokohama on Monday ne.Nt, April 7.
The Woman's Board of MUsions
will meet at Centml I'niou Church
to-nionow afternoon at half-paid two
Till: llawaii.ui MUsinn Cliildtcn's
Society will iih ft at Mr. Allierlon's
hniuo S.ituiday evening at 7 :'
Tnr. Shanghai Mercury, a valued
daily exchange, has ncipi'ired the
Celestial Empiio and miidc il its
Iap. !'. Morgan sold live b.ilcs
damaged flicks at auction to-day, re
alizing from 7c. to 8o. a sack and
$111 for the whole lot.
Tin: U. S. S. Mohican will sail for
Samoa as soon as possible after tho
arrival of the Si. S. Australia, which
has naval stoics for her on bo.ud.
Hot cios-s buns can be obtained
fiom tho following places all day to
nioirow: F. Ilmn's, Hotel stieet;
Love's Hakeiv, Nnimnu hired, and
CuiF.r Justice Judd is hearing an
appeal fiom the Police Couit to-day
Kailiahi vs. Kopau, replevin. A.
Rosa for plaintill"; W. C. Achi for
Tin: Chinese Theatre was On tiial
in tho Police Couit this foionoon for
common nuisaueo consisting in the
tintinnabulation of its Oriental or
chestra. Tin: looms of tho Hawaiian Cum
eia Club nro open to members of tho
Steinitz Chess Club oveiy afternoon
and evening except Friday ewmings
At long last tho sidewalk in fiout
of the Hawaiian Board building is
being renewed and made to nlign
with the pavement from Wildcr's
corner to that point.
CoMMAxri:u Lyon of tlio Xipsio
expects hid lelief by the Austiali.i,
in which cato he will endeavor to go
homo by the Mariposa due fiom th
A moxqoosi: was caught in u trap
in rear of Mr. A. J. ('aitwrigbt's
office this morning. The little animal
is now' in a cage at the homo bl Mr.
A. J. Cartwiight, Jr.
DAVlDCiowiiingbeig, Deputy Sher
iff of Koolau, was brought to town
last Tuesday prostrated with para
lysis. His medical attendant attri
butes the infliction to sunstroke.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band
nailed Mr. Theo. 11. Davies, in
of his piojcoted.eaily letmn to
land, at the icsidonco of Mr, 1'.
Walker, Uiilieh Vice-Consul,
Tin: minor to the effect that tho
People's Ico Company hat. ineieused
its rates of ehaigea for ice is un
founded. Tho rate of one cent per
pound; adopted January l.-t lust, is
still in force.
A social will bo held at tho Y. M.
C. A. hall this evening, which will in
part tako tho foim of n. farewell to
Mr. Theo. H. Davies. Fiiends of that
gentleman, the Y. M. O. A. Hoys,
and young men generally aie invited.
Tin: plantations on the Koolau
side decline lo contribute to tho sup
poit of tho Government physician in
their district. They prel'ei to tako
their chances in getting medical as
sistance when needed 'over tho Pali
At tho meeting of tho Honolulu
Arion last night it was decided to
hold a moonlight picnic at Raymond
fliovo on May 5. In tho meanlimo
tho railway company will have a
pavilion built at tho place with a
capacity of about 800 people.
A. B.LomiUNS'ir.i.v, surveyor, lately
bought at auction the Arnold pre
mises at Hilo for ir'lllfiO. Tho de
mesne contains about three aeies and
the buildings nio in good oider. Mr.
Loebensteiu considers ho has got ono
of the finest reheats in the "rainy
A mail was despatched for San
Francisco per S. S. Oceanic, Apiil 2,
amounting to 2810 leltors and 773
prints. Fiom Hongkong, per Ocea
nic, was icceivcd a mail of 255 letteis
and 37 'prints, and from Yokohama,
per Oceanic and Yamusbiro Mam,
017 letters and 01 prints.
Ha.noino in tho parloi of tho In
sano Asylum, Kapalama, is a ciayou
bust poitiait of Dr. S. G. Tucker, tho
superintendent. Tlio poi trait was
copied ft oin a photogiapk and was
done by an insano native, who never
had a lesson in such woik. The
diawing was done on n piece of com
mon whito paper and is a strikingly
It uo likeness of tho doctor. It may
bo mid, without any reflection on tho
chaiactcr of tho doctor, that, as hoon
as tho job was finished, tho native
went riming mad,
UAJLY ftUliLHTltt : I10.N.O.LULU, II. 4.,
GOOD ROADS HEEDED. . '
Good ronds In any tmitili y mean
prpgiess mill advance. Without
tliem no country can adaneo In ma
terial piosperlty. See what im
mense strides the great Western
country of the I'liited States of
Amciica lias taken since Hint whole
land lias Iilcii cro-srd by llie "iron
track" of the "steam horse."
Where, a few -.osus ago, was an
almost desi'il countiy, without inhn
bitanls and willioiit wealth, now
rich farming liacts abound, whose
rich Mores 'of grain and farm pi o
duee are nttrattn.g ettlem from alt
parts of the workL Cities from 10,
0.00 to .10,000 Inhabitants are scat
tered all over Iho-e prairies and
mountain valleys: and to what ia
tills owing? it is to the railioads that
cross that country from eat lo west
and from north to south.
And loads are what we need lieie.
If we expect to get nlnad wc must
have them. If not the "iron" road,
at least good horse and wagon roads.
These Islands have loo long neglect
ed this matter and now we must
have them. Kpcci.illy has the isl
and of Hawaii been left out in tho
cold, it it. only within the past two
yeais that anything has been done
hero by Ihe Cioicrnincul. That good
work has been done in tlint-t-irnt we
do not deny, but demand that il
must not stop now.
There are several roads that
ought to be begun forthwith. There
should be a good carriage road be
tween Kohala and Waimca. Work
should go on jn the Hilo District as
it has gone on iu the last two years.
A good wagon road should be ex
tended from near Kukulu on the
Volcano road through lo Kalapana
in Puna, opening up the district,
with its thousands of acics of good
land, to settlement and impiovc
ment. The Volcano load should be I'm
ishcd,and the same continued loKau.
Work on the Kona roads, now almost
impassable, '.should be commenced.
A good horse trail at least should
be surveyed acro3s between the
mountains, from Hilo to Kona, there
to join the old Judd road, between
Himljlai and Loa. This is needed
very much. Between Hilo and Kai
lim by this route is a distance of
not much oyer .10 miles, we believe,
while either by way of Wairaea or
Kan it is well into 130 or over. This
road opened up, as it ought to be,
would bring into market all those
fine agricultural lands lying all
around the base of the high lands
of Manna Kca. Wo hope that the
Government will this year' at least
voto enough to have a survey of this
trail made. Agriculture is our
strong suit, and, in order to get
ahead in that line, such roads must
be opened as will enable small farm
ers to get their produce to market
Money borrowed for "internal
improvements" a roads, wharves,
landings, etc., is tho very best in
vestment that a Government like
ours can make. With the low rate
of interest.now ruling, we can do no
better than pledging our "national
credit" for the improvement of our
roads. Open up our savings bank
door9. Thcro are hundieds of
thousands of dollars iu our own
country awaiting investment and lot
ua have it and put it into our roads.
If we can spend during tho next
six years four or hx million dollar
in completing good roadi nil tl nuglj
the country we will enter into an era
of prosperity here, not dreamed of.
Don't let our Legislature be back
ward in this matter. Let us have
good wharves, safe harbors, and
good roads to connect with tho
former, and there is uo fear that we
will not get our money back;' for
with good roads to u market
comes increased production and in
rceased production means increas
ed carrying facilities, and soon
every port iu our little Kingdom will
have steam carriers to the Coast, or
other of the world's markets. With
our situation so near to the Ameri
can coast there is no reason why we
should have a single acre ol our
agricultural lauds lying waste or
idle. Give us the roads, thou, and
the other will follow. Hilo Record.
The two Chinese hackmen on trial
yesterday for furious driving were
found guilty and lined 830 and
S3. 10 costs each.
Six cases of drunkenness were dis
posed of to-day, a second offender
getting ten days on the reef instead
of a line.
A navy man was fined $10 for as
saulting Peter Davis.
Lau Wai, manager Chinese Thea
tre, and'four others aro on trial for
common nuisance. W. R. Castle
assisting prosecution ; V. V. Ash
foid for defendants.
Amongst the freight landed from
the O. & O. steamer Oceanic from
Hongkong was a lot of 30 chests of
toa, marked "F. T." and consign
ed to a prominent Chinese firm.
i'ort Surveyor F. Turrill had given
instructions' that any Chinese pack
ages with new marks should be
opened. Accordingly, Deputy Sur
veyor John Good opened one of the
"F. T." packages and was reward
ed by the discovery of opium. The
whole lot of tea was seized and de
posited iu the Custom House.
It, cannot be known until all tho
packages arc opened what quan
tity of opium tho lot contains. The
Deputy Surveyor is considered by
somo to have acted prematurely iii
opening tho packago before anybody
had claimed the good!,
( From ihc ,iijnm 0'm.tUu )
Mr. Ftijisliinia, 1'iolessor in the
Tokyo Agricultural and Dendio
Ingicnl College, has been ordoied lo
proceed to Fttrope for study.
On the morning of the I lib till.,
at 1 :30 o'clock, a lire broke out iu
Kiriu, .loMiiu. It otiglnaled iu a
dwelling house of Tamagawa, totally
destroying 70 houses and one ini
tially, it'll o Ihc burned for 34 bonis.
The temporary 'House of Parlia
ment promises to be a stiuetnteof
considerable (ornamental beauty.
The Internal eiubelllihmelit alone
will con $'.'S,C00 and the furniture
will i oil n further sum of S 19,600.
Mr. Asada, Governor of this ken,
lias given insli notions to the Yoko
hama Municipal Council to discuss
the proposed establishment of a
dockyiud foi Yokohama and to re
port their decision before the 1 lth
Sanction to construct a line of
railway from Imaichi lo Nikku has
been given by the Government to
Mr. S'arahara, President of the Nip
pon Railway Co., the same lo be
completed within 12 months' time.
Mr. Chinda Sutenii, Councillor ol
Legation, has received sanction to
accept and wearlhe Order of Knight
Commander of the Crown conferred
on him by the King of Hawaii.
During February 173 vessels were
entered at tho Shanghai Customs, as
follows: British, 81); Chinese, 3(5;
German, 27; Japanese, 17; ami
French, I. The Danish steamer
Store N'ordiskc went out and re
lumed three days afterwards, but
she docs not appear on tho returns
Refoie the end of Februarv of
1802 eight new war vessels aio to be
added to the Japanese Navy, lliiee
to be completed this year and the
lemaiuing live before tho date men
tioned, and thirteen more before
18IM. The latter will include two
coast defence vessels, live cruisers
ami six gunboats.
From the Maiuichi we learn that
the Geographical Bureau of the
Home Department has decided to
establish a .Meteorological Observa
tory at Nawa in Okinawa-ken, the
necessary instruments and appli
ances having been already forward
ed. Tho 1st of April is mimed as
tiie day of opening.
A NEW ARMORY.
Co. B, Honolulu Rilles, has rent
ed Mclnerny Hall, to be occupied
as the company's armory. Capt. J.
H. Fishei is getting estimates on
the work lequircd to lit the hail for
its new put pose. It is intended to
give tho social functions of the or
ganisation increased play, and the
new armory i3 exceedingly well
'adapted for festive occasions. Co.
B will probably take a new anil vi
gorous lease of life ithtlic handsome
HONOLULU ENGINECO.NO. I.
Honolulu Engino Co. No. 1 at
tended the fuueial of their late, com
rade, M. Fieo, in a body iu full
uniform. Pall-beaiciswerc IL Orden
itein, 1. O'Sullivan, C. F. Jenson,
Alex. Gray, L. M. Toussaint, and .1.
A. Mehitens. After returning to the
halt tho company held its monthly
mealing and elected one new mem
ber. Mosir. B. Ordenslein and J.
MeVeiyh woie appointed a commit
tee to draft appropriate resolutions
of condolence to Mr. Pico's family.
A vote of thanks was tendeied lo
Hawaii Engine Co. No. I for send
ing a delegation to the funeral.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
The Board of Heullh did con
siderable business at its weekly
Advice was sought by a Deputy
Sheriff on Kauai as to what bo
should do regarding u mail carrier
under suspicion of aiding a sus
pected leper to escapo by warning
him of the approach of otllcers. He
was ordered to be notified that the
olllcial could be prosecuted if proof
against him were available.
A petition was rceoi-ed from in
llucntial residents of Hilo J. T.
Baker and others praying for a
new leper station at that town. She
riff Hitchcock is te be instructed to
make an examination of the station
and report lo the board.
Owing to a rise in the price of
taro, caused by blight on the islands
of Maui and Molokai, the contractor
for supplying tho leper settlement
will lose on his contract unless it
can bo altered.
Dr. Thompson, foruicily of Ko
hala, has accepted the position of
Government physician for North and
South Kona, and is expected hero
by the steamer Australia to-morrow.
Nink men weio leturncd to tho
U. S. S. Mohican, and three men to
II. B. M. S. Champion, by Ihe police
WHAT'S all this e.elteiiieiit about
HOT 4- lll'VUV Vim cm 'rnl
l'liiQ Hun- on Filday
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N limiiL'ii-t! a-sortiiicnt of Tiliuincd
Eilster Hats at OI1111.
S M7 Iw
rPHE llne-t htock of
X Children's Ti limned
soon at Ohm. .1. I'lslielV.
Hai-i can he
EASTER Hats for Ladles,
Hats for .Mlscs, Easier I
Children at Cli'is.. I. Flsliel's.
Aplitl. 8, ItHW.
Fori Street above Hotel Sled
477-X3a BOTH TELEPHONES ia'77
The above Stab'e ale inivv fullv
equipped and tue piepiired to fiimi-ii
the public at a moment's notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Siuivy. Dog Cans, Etc.. Kie.
y I Iu IJn.v, "Vim1 oi' Month.
And 'alUfactlnii guiir.inl I. Speel il
atli'iitluii paid to the rare of r,u il:iiri.
Cor. aioi'ftiiint A: Iti-llu'l HI-,
Opposite the l'dllee Station. 1 Colli
Telephones I.V.J, and connected In clee
tlio hell with Stable,, mi t lint Si luck
can be called at either place.
Safo IIoi-i's, and
I. F. MKAHA.ll,
C SHAKES Mutual Teh-plumo Mori.
tj Xo. "i-iil. l'lV-mis mo warned
against negotiating Ihe -aine n, tr.iu-.ror
has been topped.
.".ir iw .i. ii. voi)i:iioi'si:, .in.
Maich I lth. between Oceanic
Steamship vvhaif and Koit street.
an Open Face sllvyr Watch with heavy
plated gold chain attached. The Under
will leeelve a icwaid of fill by returning
the watch to ihe olllee of 'the D.vn.v
'IS Ut .IOIIX K. SII.VA.
(HAN'T Tclegliiph Sounder, lu per
fect order, with battel v. Annlv ti
"70UXO Woman to do general hoiikc
J. work. Itofcrcncc" icuiiiied.
lit stole if
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IV ilo llphl
.I," UN oltlee -
111 II Hl.ll'l
h iiUO ml.
faun y In
AsTftOXtr-HoY'lo le.mi Iiium
liuolng. Applv lo
COPIES of the Daii.v Kui.i.mi.s, of
the dales lipeeltled lieluw, .Ml ci nt.s
a copy will he paid fin (lie snuie on
dellveiy at this olllco:
.1 amine. It. IHSO. !i C011I10.
r I "v I i K M 1111 11 'il in eel I n j; ol Ihe mi irilurrt
L (it 1 til II IW III. Ill .loekev Club will
be lnjlil on MDNDW. vpi ll "111, fll ',' (I
o'eloik . vi, 1.1 1 he 'lnwi!l"ii Mole1.
.'ill! nl Seeremiv.
rI"t'IK adjourned Hii'iinl ineetini; of
X thy stockholder of ihe Inter.
Island Steam Navlmiou Co , (I.M), v ill
lie held ut the olllu! of tnu (.'niuptiii) on
TUESDAY, April nib. ill lOo'eloel. vi.
d. I.. MclEAX,
51 (I til steietnry.
People's Ico & Koi'rigcrat
rpilK olllco of the above Coinp.in.v has
A. been removed lo the jncmlse.s
occupied bv Mc-sih. J. E. Hi nun it Co.,
Old Oaplto'l KulldiiigN, ue.st Post Olllee.
MoM-rs. .1. E Brown & Co. aic autho
rized to collect 'all accounts. Telephone-:
Hell 17L', Mutual 17t.
W. O. SMITH,
Piesident P. I. It. Co.
IliMiciliilu. Aptil 1, 18110. .MS Ijt
MltS. OSllOBN'E Is now piepared to
give lusiiiieiliins Iu I'aneyWoik
at "The Aillugtnn,'' Boom li. Class
Lemons' Momluyr, Wednesdays and
Fridays. Pilvate' Iesonn by special
arrangement. Stamping and (inlet h
promptly attended to. feh'-'l-ly
HAVINO told out my Interest In tho
linn of II More it Co 10 .1. '. S
WilllatiiR, all peraons lndehtid to;ald
tlrm are leipiired to pay the amounts Qf
their imlchtcdnriH to me, and nil luivhg
neeounts ngainst siud tlrm will present
them 10 ni'' foi piyinent at the oillre of
II. More A Co.
Tuos. II. LUCAS.
Ilo'iolulu. Feb. 1. irlni. 'Mini
NOTICE Is heieby given to dopositoi!
In the Savings lt.ui'c Oep.irtmeni
of Chins Spreekels it Co that, from and
after tho 1st day of Apill, 1M)0, the In
tel e-it allowed oh dopolls will bo re
duced to four (I) per cent per aiuiiuu.
l)rpo,ltorn will be allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving tilt usual notice, hut, If allowed
10 remain after Am 11 1st, said deposits
w ill bo con-ddcicd as Riihjeet 10 the rules
and lobulations published Jn. the PaM
GLAUS SPUECKELS it CO.
Society of the
Ex Intel Fro.n Auutuil
"Wc pniK5e placing in your li.unla to offer to the publio an indem
nity Bond. Many will be oltraeted by the fuel that you are selling tjiu
bonds of .1 life insurance society with assests over Sld.",000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its inttinslo merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arn
now able to epiote the limits 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.
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Ocneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Eifo Assurance Society
of the P. S. .lan-l-!i
A I.AKOE ASSOUTMENI' (!'
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The M. A. SEED nnd the C'AKIU'TT D1SY PI.VTES,
The YEK BOOK OF PHOTOfSKAPHY.
I1K1TIS1I PIIOTOOKAI'IIK' ALMANAC,
AMEBIC N AXXI'VLOF I'HOTOliKAl'II Y
And PIIOTOOKAPIIIC MOSAICS.
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Handsome I indesfmefi
Oin Lawn Fence protect
Lawns, Parks, Gardens,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
")(ll tf Foil htreet, oppo. Spieckels' Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
E. It. 1Ii:nii:y, President tc Manager.
(lOlH'iti'.r ltitovvN, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. HpreekolN' KtinU,
Gsnulne Haviland China, plain
Piano, Libiary it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers t Elocloliori-,
Lunp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete nsMHtni'l of Oiills ": I'd
Tho "lla.t'llo" Il-wheoled Killing
llluilie.uil llii'o Plow, I'liintoiV
LAUD, CYLINOEK, ICEKOSENE, LINSEE.D.
Paint?, Varnishe.s it Bruxhes, Manila A 5ie.il Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JL-Iowe, Hose, Host),
IHJBIIEK, WIKIMIOUNI) of Mip-jrior quality, Si Kl'KAM,'
Agate lion Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table ,fe Pooket Cullory,
Powdei, Shot it Gaps, Tim Uolebi. Hod "Club" Maehino-loadetl Cartridges,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Die Slock
(S.ito City Stone Filtern,
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2STER & GO.,
wiibout concealing it, Mtilable Jul
John En.v, Vice-President.
Oi:eti. iti'ow.v, Auditor.
Vvt Street, Honolulu.
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and decorated; and Wedgiwscd
Plow .t I'ipialiar,
Steel A Cloo-eneel.ed
for Pipe it Holt Tlne.iding,
Wire Foueo it Steel Wiio Main,
Win. (!. Fishei 's Wrought Steel KumjiM
Neal'rt Oauiago Painln.
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