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FRIDAY, APR. 1, liitO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. 1'. .M.
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Arihe Honolulu. .. 11 :-IS '-'sill -li.Vt
Hiiw.SS Australia. Hotullcllc, (i days
anil 18 hnur.s from .Smi I'liinci-co
1IMSK Mariposa, llayward, It'., tlsiys
Stiur V (5 Hull from Hawaii iiml Maul
Stnir KH:utiM Hon from Hamnkua
Sehr Kuitlkeaotill from 1 1. 1 wall
Xchr viol Wiililm; from lhiuiakun
Schr Knalokal from Waianao
Sehr Catcrlun lioiu cable lnjing
Stnir Lchmi for Hniunkun il p m
Stnir 0 It Bishop for Wnlnnue, Wnlalun
ami Koolau at 'J a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnir Iwalanl for I.alialua ami Hauia
kna at 10 ii m
Sehr Kukunauii for Hawaii
.llr l)k Deanlleld, Irvine, for S.in Fran
cisco :it IL' m
II M SS Mariposa, Haywaul, for San
Franci-eo at 10 a in
From Mnul ami Hawaii pur stnir W
O Hall, April t-.I fi llonplli.A Si l had
IMlanala, Mrs llrlgss. .) X S Wll.lams,
O Maeomher, .Mrs T W Kverett, O.I
Oainpbcll ami wife, Col Sam Xorrls, l)r
A Mack', M do Oouvula, .Mis ICuulela
lohu, 1) Speckuian, T I.llllc, Mrs Hel
lieri, J W Kiialmokii, dipt Harrison
and wife, V V liruner, JIis Fennel, r,
oihers, ami '.) deck.
From Han Kraiielsco p!r S ft Austra
lia, April I -1. J l.evey, .1 II Hopper
and wife, Com Kellx MeCiirley, MNs
Williams, Mrs K l.ewers Miss 11 I.
Lower.-, Miss A Areher, Mr-F M Green,
.MVMeOuhe, MissM Hopper, Miss K
Hopper, M l.milsou. .1 H HuriH, Hon.
I'aul Neumann, Allbs Nvuimimi and
maid, S (. Mltle, wife, dnuglunr and
maid, Mrs l)r ilrodie, dipt .las Me
lCenua, MKs Dora Medau, jIIUi l'.mma
Mi'diiu, MNs Mnrlou More, .1 S Kmer
koii, .) C I.nue, l)r L S Thompson. .1
Snider, C .f J.ane,Carl Campbell, Kalph
C Ward and !;! hi steerage.
Froin Hie Colonies per H 31 S S Ma
riposa, April J Miss M Thompson, Mis
M J Thompson, Mrs A L Sewell, J) It
Xielinlls, C W .Sowell, ! In the steerage,
unil i)3 p:,eiig(!rs in transit.
The schooner Kaalokai brought 0!)8
)m-i sugar this morning from Walnuuc.
Tim steamer W O Hall arrived this
morning from windward ports with the
following cargo: -I,0."1 bags biigar, MB
bags awa, K,S bags coffee, i calves, 2.1
liead cattle and 10:: pueknges siimlrles.
TheS 8 Australia, II C Houdletle,
inater, sailed from Han l'rancKeo Fri
day, March 23th, at noon, with 'M cabin
and Oil steerage passengers, and 151II
ions freight, also $."il,7-'U treasure. Flno
weather the entire trip. Arrived at
wharf in Honolulu April 1th. 11 :4." a. in,
The British iron bk Ueaulleld, Capt
Irvine, wilt sail to-morrow at noon with
1.-.00 tons of sugar for San Francisco.
The schooners Kaulkeaoull and Moi
Walilnc brought this morning T.'itl and
J100 bags sugar itspectivcly from Ha
waii. The steamer Kllnuca Hon brought
:'.700 bags sugar from Onoinea nnd -10
head cattle from Kuwaihae tills morn
ing. The steamer I.chua takes this after
noon 11)0 Japanese for the following
plantations: liakalau, 75 men nnd It)
women; Ookala, -'." men and 7 women;
and Hoiiomu, CO men and It women.
The It M SS Maiiposa, tlaptllM
Hay ward, sailed from Sydney Mar 19,
"i.lu p in; and arrived at Auckland Mar
-':;, 1.10 p m; sailed from Auckland Mar
24, 2.50 pm; touched at Tutnlhi Mar
25, 8 01 a in; and arrived Honolulu
April -1th at noon.
Arrived Mar 20 bktne Quickstep
bailed Mar 20: bk S C Allen, bktne Y
II Dlniond, schr Olga, Honolulu j brig
(" II Douglass, Kahulul; schr W S
Mar 23, bk G N Wilcox, Honolulu.
HureKa, Mar 22, schr Eva hence.
l'hllndelphla, Mar 21, sailed for Dela
ware Ureakwater, Hi It bark Harvester
Port Blakely, Mar 27. sailed schooner
Iteporter for Honolulu.
Xeweastle, X S W, Mar 21, bk Robert
Sudden to load for Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiiinti: will bo an English sermon
nt the Roman Catholic Cathedral at
8 o'clock thia evening.
Mil. Liiscomb will ofl'er a silver
cup for Iho .competition of piinteis
only in tho ball-throwing gaino nt
Waikiki to-morrow uvoning.
Mit. L. J. Levey, who lum returned
from his theatrical-catering mission,
reinoinbered' tho Hulm:tin in San
Francisco, bringing thenco a eoni
ploto tilu of impciB between the last
Mas. It. Lowers, Mists II. L. Low
ors, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hopper,
Misses M. and K, Hopper, Mrs. Dr.
Hrodie. Mies Ncuninni, Mr. J. W.
ISleCjuire, and othor well-knowu Peo
ple aro welcomed homo from a for
Mas. Doylo and Airs, Craig who
arrived by tho Aoxtrumi arc tho
wives of two mechanics employed by
llio Oaliu Railway A Land Co. Thero
aro now about CO people from forpign
jmrtH "colonized" hero, tlirougli em
ployinent. given by that company.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS,
'I'm: Mai iiioM A6 fU II vo Miei'p
lor Ihle market,
StIOMin tllO Bl'MXl'lH yi'MMAHV
for Iho outgoing mail.
Hawaii Duscb.ttl Club niccl? nt
H.iyviow this evening nt t.
Mil. Thco. H. D.ivies has given !rlK)
In tin lliitisli Benuvolent Society.
Tin: Bi'i.i.iii.s' lliunks Purser KVil
if Iho Auslialia for Kan Fr.inoNcii
liles, lepnils, ele.
Mil. Nolle has teeoivod fresh frozun
nyslots niiil will seivo tln;m in any
style at tin1 Beaver.
Tin: muil for Ban Francisco pur S.
S. Mariposa will elopo to-morrow
morning tit 0 o'clock'.
Six boys anil four puis wore con
firmed by Bishop Willis nt the An
glican Cnlhcdtal last night.
Tun Bishop of Honolulu preaches
nt the soivioo in St. Andrew' Oathi
dral at 7 o'clock this evening.
Dii. L. S. Thompson having an iveil
as epivleil the Ivnini people will
have a physician after a long depriv
ation. Tin: Hawaiian Killo Association
will meet nt the Hawaiian Hotel on
Saturday evening. A full attendance
Tin: U. S. new cruiser Charleston,
after being open to visitors live weeks
in Kan Traneiseo harbor, will come
Mit. M. Louhson's genial faco ap
pealed at the rail when the Australia
arrived. Ho likes Honolulu too well
to blny away long.
I'oiikman Hyan of Meclmuii' Kn
ginu Co. jnesided at (he File Depart
nienl meeting last night. No busi
nes of iuipoi lance was transacted.
GoMMANiiiui Felix McUutloy ar
rived by the Australia to relieve
Commander Lyon of the Xipsic, who
will piobahly leave by tho Mariposa.
Hon. 1'aul Neumann is home again
looking greatly i tit proved by his for
eign tour, ami not a bit spoiled by
his contact with tho piineos of
Co. A, Honolulu Killes, Captain
Zeigler, mustered 'lOstimig last nighl,
and had a ill ill on Palace Sipiaie,
followed by lefroshnients at 'the
Tin: railway company is still filling
in the fish pond in front of the Hono
lulu station, and a large accession of
dry land has been made 'there .since
the lino opened.
- - 'i i m .-
Tin-: first performance of Hie opera
Mikado will take place Tuesday
evening next. 'J ho box plan will
open at L. .1. Levey's otliee at !
Tiiimik am some excellent walehes
ami n huge stock of watchmaker and
jeweler's implements included in the
sloek'of tho late J. II. Rogers to bo
sold by .1. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock
Thk clock on tho Honolulu Plan
ing Mills was lighted with tho elec
tric light last night, making it a
beautiful object ami a very ellicient
landmaik. This illumination of the
clock is to be kept up by the Govern
ment. Mil. and Mrs. Veldtmanare to have
chargo of the railway leslaurnnt,
which is to be situated between Rny
inond grove and the hotel. The old
Raymond homestead buildings are
to be renovated and adapted for Iho
liotel by the company.
Rails are laid on the Ualiu Rail
way to near Mr. C. A. Rrown'a place
on Pearl harbor, or about a mile and
a half boyond tho present terminus.
Grading has reached Hoiiouliuli, hut
rails to complete tho track will not
be here for a month yet.
J unci: MeOully has
favor of defendant, J. P.
against plainlill", Jas. V.
peal from judgment in
Court. Plaintiff claimed
interest for a survey and
by him for the defendant.
Tun boats to bo 6old by J. F. Mor
gan at noon to-morrow aro now on
exhibition, spine at tho salesiooms
and others at Rrowor's wharf. They
comprise tho flotilla of tho Honolulu
Yacht and Roat Club, and aro hand
some specimens of pleasure craft.
Wouk was to begin to-day on the
pavilion at Raymond grove, to bo
built by the Oaliu Railway it Land
Co. The lloor is to accommodate
two hundred couples in setH of quad
rilles, tho roof to comfoilably shelter
800 people, anil seating accommoda
tion in propoitiou.
Tin: Honolulu lion Works me
chanics have started another sub
scription for Ed. Voller, who lost his
sight after many years' lending tho
furnaces in that establishment. Mr.
Theo. II. Da vies, President of tho
Company, gavo tho movers a choice
between '$100 down ami $32 a year
during tho bene'llciary's life. Tho
latter was accepted and tho men will
contribute regulaily to the pension.
Mr. A. 11. LopboiiHtoii) has mmlo a
beautiful plan f "l" pinjected town
at Manana station, Ewa. Tho main
street named Ut;eipavista ripis fiom
the Government road, ending in a
doublo forked boulevard at tho
station. Cioss streets intersecting
tho main ono aro named First,
Second, Thiid, etc. A blue print copy
of the plan has been kindly presented
tho lUn.i.r.TiN with the compliments
pf Mr. II. F. Dillingham.
IMILY HUUjJATJW: JIOJNOLUI.il, U. I.,
Pntnchcoi Match SS
6'. A ii dm! id.
Tho Boautiful City of Louia-
villo Wrecked by :i
HUNDREDS oTpIoPLE KILLED.
A cyclone struck tho city of
Louisville, Kentucky, the night of
the 27th. It struck the southwest
poition of the city shortly after nine
o'clock. At that hour the streets
were alive with people anil life in
all its activity anil brilliancy was at
The llrst intelligence to the out
side world was sent from Jefferson
villc, Indiana, across the river from
Louisville, by the chief telegraph
operator of the Western 1'nioii Tele
graph Co. at LouKvillo, who had
escaped to JeflVrsonville from Hie
Kaily repoits gave estimates of
loss of life reaching to 1300 and
2000. An extra of tho'F.xaininer at
IJ:i50 a. m., 28lli, says hundreds
From the Examiner's account the
following description ol the begin
ning of the calamity is taken:
"Shortly after nine o'clock the
wind began its violence and in a
few moments it became a gale.
Then with awful swiftness the furi
ous whirlwind burst. A roar of
sound, a swirl of furious wind, and
then Iho terrible confusion of crashing
limber and falling stone, followed
by dreadful silence for a moment.
"lluildings were blown from all
directions. As they ware crushed
into shapeless masses the structures
caught lire and the llamcs burst into
the air and in a moment the ele
ments were all in conflict.
"The wind in wild fury swept all
before it. The river below the city
was whirled into an awful wrath and
at many points ovci Mowed its
In Louisville the devastation was
torriu'e and the loss of life will cer
tainly reach hundreds if not thou
sands. In one building two lodges
and a dancing school were in ses
sion, and there were in it about one.
hundred people. It is supposed not
one of them escaped. An eyewit
ness saw six or eight corpses taken
out in fifteen minutes.
At il: 13 a. in. a despatch said 553
bodies, mostly of women and chil
dren, had been taken from the
ruins of Fall's city hall.
Henry Mason, member of the
Legislature for Hancock county,
was in Wright's cigar store when the
building fell, and was instantly
killed. Of 1 1 girls imprisoned in
Wright's cellar three have been taken
The Union Depot, nt the foot of
Seventh street," was blown into the
Ohio river. A train making up for
the Louisville Southern road went
over with the building.
Many buildings after falling
caught fire and the inmates have
been burned. All the streets arc
blockaded with the debris of the
fallen buildings and telegraph and
electric light wires.
It is practically impossible to esti
mate the loss of life. Thousands
may be buried beneath the ruins.
The fire adds a fearful feature to the
desolation. The los3 of property
can only be counted in millions.
In the streets through which-pas-sengers
went to reach the raihvaj'
station there were dead and dying,
and from facts and flying rumors
there was reason to believe that the
number of the dead would reach
One of those who escaped to In
dianapolis by rail thought from the
actions of the fire department Hint
its works were destroyed and that
there was difficulty in getting water
on the flames.
Street cars were blown from the
tracks and crushed against the walls
of the buildings. For a time every
body seemed paralyzed with fear,
apparently in doubt whether to lice
or not. The work of rescue soon
began, however. Wagons of all
kinds were pressed into service and
the dead anil wounded hauled away,
as rapidly as darkness and the con
fused condition of the streets would
permit, to houses outside the path
of the cyclone.
The cyclono visited many towns
in the West and Southwest, causing
loss of life and property, but authen
tic accounts aro all meagre.
Ex-Governor Ames of Massachu
setts has Just returned from Cuba,
lie says he has learned from the
American Consul at Havana that
Blaine favored free trade between
the United States, Cuba and Mex
ico, the United States lo keep the
duty on sugar on all the world ex
cept tho islands included in the
The New York Post has a des
patch from Washington, which says
Secretary Blaine lists authorized the
United Slates representatives at the
Pan-American Congress to make a
proposition of absolute reciprocity
to tho representatives of tho South
The reciprocity proposed is with
out any discrimination, nnd Iho
adoption of tho plan would bring
about absolute free trado in every
article of commerce between tho
United State and those countries.
The Po-d eililoi hilly iloubli Hie
willingness of I lit: Paii-Aiiiei leans
to adopt a Inrlff Which would pru
vent the United Slates from being
Hooded with European good via
South America, and doubts the will
ingness of Mr. Maine to propose
reciprocity that did not provide for
Midi a tariff.
The Republican members of the
Ways and Means Committee are
being pressed hard on all sides re
garding the sugar duties unil
scarcely know what lo do.
CaliforniniH and the Kansas dele
gation arc lighting to prevent a cut
of over 23 per cent. The Iowa, Illi
nois, and Wisconsin delegations are
unanimous in their demand for total
extinction of duty.
llarmer of Pennsylvania and other
northern members are in favor ot a
faiily high tariff, to protect beet,
Nevada representatives will side
with California, but all the Oregon
delegation are not sine.
Ex-Ilepresentative Felton in Wash
ington expresses himself as confi
dent that any attempt to place su
gar mi the free list will be defeated.
I'M run KTATI'.N.
The U. S, S. Iroquois arrived in
San Frnuciu'o on the 2Ulh from
Port Townsend. After her break
down the Iroquois sailed 7000 miles
out of her course. Commander
lJishop and officers pay a high com
pliment to the crew, stating that
during all their hardships not a com
plaint was heard from iheni.
Docks aro to bo built at Tacouia
for the Pacific Mail Co.'s new line
.thence to .Japan and China. About
a million dollars will bo spent there
by the Northern Pacific this vear in
Mayor (Srant of New York is
seriously implicated in investiga
tions of the Sheriff's ollice.
Florida's orange crop is seriously
damaged by frost,
The amended extradition treaty
with Great Hritain was proclaimed
in Washington on the 23th.
General Robert C. Schcnk, diplo
mat, died at Washington, 2.'td, in
his 81t year.
London dock laborers arc on sliikc
More fighting has taken place be
tween French and natives in Da
homey. The Czar is preparing to abolish
the liberties of Finland.
A large section of Cardinals arc
in favor of the successor of Pope
Leo XIII. leaving Italy immediately
on his election. They declare that
the Pope's position there is untena
ble. Pope Leo opposes this scheme.
A farewell audience between Em
peror William and Princo Hisuiarck,
March 2(i, lasted three quarters of
an hour. Hismarck was cheered by
the populace as he drove through
General Caprivi's position as Ger
man Chancellor is an extremely
difficult one. He has not a working
majority in the Ucichstaglo support
him, and lacks Iiismarck's authority
with his colleagues.
(Jucpii Victoria lias gone to France.
Davitt, Irish M. P., will go to
Liverpool to help the dock laborers
in their strike.
Italy is tired of Germany's poli
tical influence and the triple alliance
is in danger.
Hismarck says llcilin will never
sec him again.
An Arab told Kiniii Pasha that he
saw the body of Dr. Peters and de
clared be had been murdered.
A regular steamship service will
be started between Germany and
New Zealand, Samoa, Tonga, and
the Fiji Islands.
Lord Dunraven will not put in the
Valkyrie, so there will be no race
for the America Cup this year.
. Iloulanger wants to return to
France, if he can be tried by a
court of appeal or court-martial.
The French Cabinet met to con
sider protests of the Chambers of
Commerce ngainst McKuilcy's tariff
bill in the American Congress.
Jay Gould is on a pleasure
The garrison of Itio Janeiro,
Rrazil, recently became disaffected
and was ordered south. The troops
refused to go and the Government
cancelled the order. There is much
discontent throughout the city.
AMUSEMENT TO COME.
Mr. L. J. Levey lias returned
after having succeeded in securing
for the pleasure-loving people of
Honolulu, and under heavy expense,
two worthy attractions under the
management of Mr. Cliff Phillips.
Tho first is the Bijou Comedy and
Dramatic Company composed of
talented and well lenowu members
of the profession. The company
will leave San Francisco April 3
and open Saturday evening April
12 for a season of three weeks, giv
ing a repertoire of the late society
comedies and drama successes. The
company is one of merit, and is en
dorsed as such by both Press and
Public. Tho second and by no
means the Last attraction is that of
Mr. Carl Bishop King, a miraculous
mind reader, who will also arrive 111
Honolulu April l-Hb. Mr. King is
highly commended and is said to bo
much more clever than the late
celebrated Washington Irving Bi
shop. Mr. King h a cultured and
line-looking young Bostonian, and
has been lionized everywhere in
social circles, lie will give a limit
ed number of exhibitions and pri
vate tests and cxncilmenU,
A WML -J, lblJO.
He ii tin IT hi
i Im V, M. A,
A farewell social ivasKlvon to Mr.
Thco. II. Dttvles nt the V. M. C. Ai
hall last night. It was well attend.
cd,altliough rain probably kept many
people nwny. Mr. F. !. Lowrcy
presided. '.Mr. S. I). Fuller and the
guest of the evening wcie seated on
the plalforiiii above which wa :i
canopy of the Amiiicau, ISiili.-.h,:iud
Hawaiian flags. The chairman con
cluded opening lemarks by icquesl
ing that the audience should yive im
The progiainme was ns follows:
Song, Kanichameha Glee Club;
Piano solo, Miss Hathaway; Solo,
Mr. Richards, with chorus by Ka
nu'haineha Glee Club, the club re
sponding to a recall ; Recitation,
Mr. H. W. Peck; Sony, Kaineha
mcha Glee Club.
Mr. Fuller wanted to say a few
words to young men. lie always
liked an object lesion and thoy had
one. there in the person of Mr.
D.ivies, who was one of the Associ
ation's most carucil stipporteis.
hie reason was because he knew
what il was to be a young man far
away from home, and, although
having long passed the time when he
needed the help of the Association,
Mr.. Davies sympathised with young
men from home who needed friendly
encouragement. He commended
Mr. Davies' example especially in
tilts respect to all young men. Mr.
1). was ono of a'lnrgV number who
early inauifcsted'nii Interest in IhU
Association. It' would be surpris
ing to hear of the. large number of
men who had been interested in this
organization in other lands, but who
soon lost Interest in It after coming
here. He did mil think there was
an Association in America which
was belter equipped than this one.
The electric lighting ol the building
was a great improvement, and nil
kinds of parlor games were available
in the rooms.' Mrr' Davies came
here as a young man, like many of
those he saw present. ly his in
tegrity, by his uprightness of life,
by his adherence lo the principles
he brought with him, he has attain
to a position honored by God and
respected by men. Tho'spoakcr be
lieved there was not a young man
here who follows tho example Mr.
Davies has set but would reach a
degree of success that would honor
him. It meant having a goal worthy
of striving to attain. He had learn
ed lo love .Mr. Davies as a I hnstian
and a friend, had enjoyed his so
ciety and was Korry to see him
leave, and now hoped he would have
a safe return to his family, and, if
he was spared , to 10111111 to see
them, they should give him a warm
Mr. Davies illustrated the awk
ward position iiY which he had felt
himself the last,, ten minutes by a
little story. Hcvwas never quite
clear what a social meant. At a
farewell social to Rev. Mr. Ostium
at Kohala he had been asked to give
a talk on India, which was one way
it appeared of making a social, lie
related an incident told him by
General Secretary Walker of the
Sydney Y. AI. C. A., of a London
banker's son who had brought him
letters of introduction, but who
turned out to be a thief and had to
be sent home. Roys always had
friends in the general secretaries of
Y. M. C. A.'s. This man needed
their sympathy and he felt like
pelting Mr. Fuller with words of
kindness such as he had rained on
himself. The speaker told of an
other bo' introduced by letter to
tho Sydney secretary who turned
out to be a scamp. All honor to
George Williams of London who
started the organization. Never
criticize a man who is doing work
that you arc neglecting. When he
saw this tall, dqlicfttc man speaking
here, time after time with consum
ing earnestness, he felt that he
(Air. Fuller) was' wearing out his
life in this work. .Air. Davies spoke
of the great pleasure he had enjoyed
during the two' months of his visit,
and said lie wished togo back to Eng
land with thoughts of the kindness
here experienced. IIo was glad.kis
son was with him, because he feared
lie should be too modest himself to
tell his wife all their kindness.
Air. Lowrcy invited all to remain
for refreshments, and icecream,
cake, and conversation concluded
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
iioi.y wi:i:k smtvii.'i:s.
Next Saturday is Holy Saturday.
At 7 a. m., religious servicer,
with high mass. At the beginning
of the "Gloria in Excclsis," the or
gan plays again and the bells ring
Sunday after, April (ilh, is Easter
Day (in Latin called pascha). It
is a great festival, in memory and
honor of our Saviour's resurrection
from the dead on the third day after
Ins crucifixion. (St. Malt, xsviii,
I!). It is called Easier, from Orient,
the East, or rrsing, ono of ChrNt's
Religious services on Easter Sun
day: At l and 7 a. in. low masses,
with holy communion. At 10 u. in.
high mass, sung by his Lordship the
Bishop of Olba, and followed by
baptism of infants and udults. At
!J p. m. continuation, rosary, bene
diction of the M. B. Sacrament.
AN Immense assortment of Ti Imined
Raster Hats at Clin-. .1. FNhelV.
I 'n C .. si. ;.
tlueu .stock of
Huts can be
JL Children's Trimmed
K'ou at Obus. .1, Fidel's.
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"rtw WJ'Wk VtXHJLt
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Hond. Many will be attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with assests over S 103,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merit.
"This, with our various forms of 'Pontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as 110 other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results oil similar Policies.
"HENRY 15. HYDE,
y Send for illustrative pamphlet", or
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho F. S.
A LAKliK ASSOKTMI'.NT OF
A MATH UK OUTFITS ! V
Fiom I.S.riO to .J.100 Each.
A. SEED and the CVKIH'TT DI8Y PLATES,
The YEAlt HOOK OF PHOTOUUAPIIY,
IHilTLSIl PlfOTOOHAPHlC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOUUAPIIY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC -MOSAIC'S.
HOLLISTER & CO.
KID ViUlT NTKKKT.
K. It. HcsDicr, PiiMlilent & Manager.
(ioiu'UKY Jtitow.s. Secretary .t Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oto. Spnsckt'N' Itnnk, : Fort Street, llouohilu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgcwocri
Piano, Library t Stand Lamps Chandeliers t Eleetolicri1,
Lamp Fixtures 111 all kind, A eoniplolo iifc-or'.ni't of Drills t Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES ti EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" li-wbeeled Riding Plow .t Equalizer,
lllueheard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel .t Goohenivked Ihw,
LARD, CYLI.N'DER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Yainishes A Brushes, Manila it Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, Howe, Xiose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of sup'jrior quality, .t STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A. Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A. Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cai tridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Bult Threading,
Hartinan's Steel Wire Fence & Steel Wire Mate,
Win. (J. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate City Stone Filters,
"New ProccM," Twist Drills,
nov-2'J-S!) Neal's Carriage Paints.
r .sllARF.S Mutual Telephone Stock
O No. 'lit). Pe.'-ons are. warned
against negotiating the same as tra infer
lias been stopped.
M7 lw .1. 11. WODKHOrsr., .In.
"VTOUNG Woman 10 tin general hnusc
X woik. Beferencc.s requheil.
Applv nt f-toiu of
.-.Its :it C. J. l'TSIIKI..
rpilK 1111 mini meeting of Hie members
L of Hie Hawaiian .loekey Club will
be liebl on MONDAY, April Itli, nt 7:::0
o'clock i m., nt the Hawuilnn Hole'.
,r I II til rienrnliiry.
rpilK adjourned annual niectin!: of
X the htnckhnldcri) of the Inter.
Inland Sieiini Navigation Co ,(IAl). will
be held at the olllce of tuc Coiupxny on
TUKSDA Y, April 8Hi, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Poonle'H Ieo & KciVlgovnt
rpilE olllce of the above Company has
X lx'cn icinuveil to the premises
occupied by Messrs. .1. R. Ilrown &Co.,
Old Capitol Buildings, next Post Olllce.
.Messrs. . I. E. Brown it Co. nidiiiitho
lleil 10 collect all accounts. Tele
phone": Hell 171', Mutual l?.t.
XV. O. SMITH.
Pie-blent P. . It. Co.
Honolulu, ApiJM, lh!. "! V
171RKWOOD for fide at Hawalinn
X Commercial SnlcFroomi, corner ul
Quueu and Nuimuu street.
Circular to Agon la.
call in person on the under-
.Ions' V.sk, Vice-President.
('1:011. Itiiowx, Auditor.
SALT FOR SALE.
I HAVE received 11 few htuulrctl b.n;s
of Salt, of Hie very bei ijualiiv.
oich has weighing 12U piiiimD, I will
sell at very lowes-l price tit ! each,
special reduction liy the 10a Onlir.i
from oilier Isliircki will lie promptly
attended lo with sutUfaciinu gunrari.
teed. AildrcFS all orders to
Cuas. I. HIRAM,
.010 -'in Hahniiipo, Honolu'ti, Calm.
I)Y May IStu, a Hoii'-ti
J within 10 uiiuiiies' walk
I of Poht Olllce. Must contnin
nt least nix rooms, hath and ennk house .
Address "P. O. Box a 111." M41w
COTTAGE ronvenlriil to
I quiet place
near Hotel. Mo-
Adilre-s "O. C,"
derate rent dcclrul.
''O rent for 1 month a Large
Boom or Hall, either
KgJQinl ground Hour or upstairs, must
lie centrally titimtcd, 4H.r if
Heail Estate For Sale.
rpWO HnuHcii mid Lots on
X Rohello Lane, Pahnn.i.
I Convenient to steam and Hum
care. ery healthy locality. Lot on
Kim; fltioct.neur llamnuku's Line. For
pmtlcukirs apply lo
JOHN F. BOWLER.
OrClci.T. Guliek. 40!lm
LOT FOR SALE
A FINE Level Lot, UVixUII
feel; very desirable for
aiihilni'. Will he Fold elienu
For fiulher puillculars id.
dri'di "A," B111.I.KTIN Office.
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