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Tl'ICSDAY, A1MMLH, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAUD COMPACTS
Ill Ul'l VII liMIN".
1 1 :0u
Leave UontdUlil ..
An Ire Munun.il...
J.'JlISC .Mil Mil 1 1 i ....
An lc Honolulu ..
K.M. 1 M. r. l.
Leave Honolulu... u::!0 M'.M :O0
An l o Aliiiiiina. . . .10 :1S 1:18 ;t:IS
Leave .Mamma.... 11:00 1:1.1 1 :0",
Allhn Honolulu, .. 11 il L':!ll Is.VI
Senr Mol.uol.i f i oin Kw.i
a o Mohican. SliL'p.u (1, for Sniiiusi
Minr Kii.il.i for Klhiucn dheet :U I ji m
htmr WhIiiIcjIu for Nnwlllwill mid Hn-
llIlllllKllll nt f) p III
.Stuir Llkollke for .Muni nt fi p m
Stinr.his Mnkcc for Knp.ui :il o p in
VESSELS tEAVIMQ TO-MORROW.
Sltur Mikahnln for Ktuuil 5 p in
Mini- V U Hull for I.iiluilim, M(iii1.u:i,
(Conn. Kail and the Volcano at 10
o'clock n in
Schr Ka Mol for Hawaii
'I'd n lie An Hon lor ii.akcun
'Ihe steamer Mlkahala I on Mailno
'llm lint U Velocity will lenie for
Hongkong about thc'latlei end ol Ibis
The liaik Co.ilon was moved tills
morning to in-ill "ihf oceanic steamship
The baikentlno d (1 Wilder will sail
on 'llnusrt.iy for Sun Ki.iiici-cfl. tslio
expects sugar by the xic.iniir Kln.iu to
'lho hail: Wli Godfrey will leave for
San Francisco soinothnu next week.
Captain Pi Itcliatd of 1 lie Ir.i i k J'xnj
I' Hunt, jr, now loading sugnr at Knhii
Uii, willicliirii lo his esel hy tlie Like
like llil) afternoon.
The bavk O X Wilcox Is at the Pacific
Mull Steamship Cpmpany's whaif.
The lepalilngof the tetn lie An Hon
has just lx.cn finished after being in Hie
hand, of E R Rj.in for sovoial mouths.
Her hull has been lengthened through
out, and ho is now Mionc and moio
.senwoithy, and able to withstand the
winds and face the hc.ivy -ens of tbo
Mnlokil channel, elm will lenvu for
Mnkcnn lo-monow orThui-ihy.
Kulinku, who was charged with
stealing a lint from a Chinaman, wns
yesterday acquitted by the juiy,
The King vs. Foai, larceuj'. Judge
Hickcrton to-day decided motion in
iniligntlon of sentence of Police
Court, 18 months' hard labor and a
lino of S2fi. The sentence of lower
Court is nlllrmcd. Creigliton for the
Crown, Kaulukou for dcfoiulant.
Tbo King vs. Kiniolii, gross client.
Defendant is sentenced to six
months' hard labor. Crcighlon for
the Ciown, Kaulukou for defend
ant. The King vs. Munnel Figueira,
obstructing and perverting justice.
A nolle prosequi is entered.
The King vs. Anc llilo, assault
with a deadly weapon. On trial be
fore a native jury.
FLASH LIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY.
A scries of flash light photo
graphs of the Mikado Opera Com
pany, in Jfuil dress in the first and
seeoiuj.ajts of the opera, have been
taken in the Hawaiian Opera House.
The opeiulors, members of the Ha
waiian Camera Club, were Messrs.
W. M. Giffard, C. Hedemann, and
A. N. Oilman, with Mr. Lockwood
as electrician. For eaeli picture 20
charges of the chemical were ignited
on each side, simultaneously by
means of an electric battery,making
:i Hash i0 times the strength required
for an ordinary parlor picture. The
icsiills aus quite satisfactory, the
Htage, scenery, and costumes being
distinctly shown. Prof. Hergcr's
head is clearly recognizable in the
orchestra, and Prof. Sauvlct's over
ihu piano would be only that it is a
straight back view of him. One of
tho pictures is of the company
while dancing, but tho motion did
not appieuiably blur the represent
ation. PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION.
Uy the last steamer the Hawaiian
Camera Club received two large
nuigic lanterns designed for lime
light exhibitions. Tho club will
give an exhibition of local scenes
and landscapes in the Hawaiian
Opera House probably in June. For
this purpose tho membors are busily
engaged in making lantern slides.
There will bo somo comic views
among them, and, with the preva
lence of Kodak in the midst of us,
nobody can tell but lioor slio will bo
put on exhibition in some character
istic mood or motion.
K. Lazarus was lined $10 this
morning for assault. "Fieuch
inan," drunk, was lined 83.
L. Alilo, over whom tho cliaige of
conspiracy has hung since October
Jasl, was discharged on a nolle pro
sequi. 1?A8TER Hath for Ladies, Easier
It llatn for Ml-ses, Knstcr lints for
Chililieu nt Ch:i". J. Flshcl'-. .-.17 lw
LOCAt & DEHERAL HEWS.
Tin: Mnhienn hit fm S.iino-i Mm
Tnr.iir. is ii watch iinil chain for
Mi. .lohn 15. hllva nt this nlllce.
Mji. L. .). Levey will t-ull nt miction
artists' olfccts on Thursday nnl. ,
Tnr.in: will bo u mooting ol Mio j
Ladies Altue Society ucl 'I IuiimIiiv
it 2 o'clock.
A M'STII will bo .lion at the Con
trnl I'nifiti Cliureli on Thursday not
at nuou All imilod
Conhcep.aelk irnprovempntJ are
being mudo at the Mnkiki luseball
grounds for the entiling season
Mil. W. S Lueo, nl( ngonl and
inipoitci foi lliu island", bus "Klmi,"
ti natural inincinl watei, for Mile.
Pr.itPON's are warned against shoot
ing on (ho land ol Kiihuuiki, Mo
nnnbtii, llalnwn, Aim, and ICalauao,
on this inland.
Tin: leceipt of the Annual llepoit
of tbo L'olleclor-ticncial of Cuxlouw
for lSSilfiuin Hun. A. S. Chborn
is heii'lii aekn(ili'ib;od,
Tin. aiutionri an expeelod In be
in their teut at ft o'clock shiup, for
tin perforniuncp of tbo Mikndont Ibo
Opom House this ceninu;
Tin: Mios Medati (2), daulilcis
of ,)obn P. Medaii of San l''i.inci-co,
moon n isit to theo isl.imlminil the
guctt8nf Mr. nnd Mis. II. .1. Nol'.c,
"A 1)ani:iioi's Woman," a play
new to Honolulu, is (ho n.iino of the
lii.-t (Ir.imn to bu iiitHiduccd to the
public, ul Hie Opera Hou-e, by Mr.
I.i'Nov's new company.
Mi:. II. P Ol.ule.of Ibe liim if 11.
HncKiuld A Cn, will leave by the
Australia to be nheput some munlb'.
Mr. J. 1-'. Hackfeld will not w Her
man Consul until bis lctiirn.
That buxt in marblu of King Vie
toi Emanuel, now on view in Camp
bell's block, will bo sold at auction
by Mr. .In". F. Morgan, at 12 o'clock
noon to'inoriow, at bis -nle-iooni.
A roM.Mim:i: was nppoinled at the
niei'ting of odicei.s of the Honolulu
l'ille, to select a site for tin Fi'cond
annual encampment of the battalion.
It is likely tbnt a pluco available by
the i.iilwirv will bo chosen.
A i.r.nuu was" received from Mr. J.
T. Ainndol, with a postscript saying
Hint bis plans were changed owing to
the lois of the bleamer Quetln. This
is tbo be-t of evidenco that ho was
not on I id.ud tho ill-fated thip.
Tin: Post OHico despatched for San
Francisco by the S. S. Maiipo-.i a
mail of 20G8 letlcis and -101 piint".
fly tbo S. S. Ynmasbiro Mam 181
lotlcis and 11 piints were sent to
Hongkong, and -101 letlei.s and 28
piints to Yokohama.
O.v the 28th instant Mi. Morgan
will sell at auction a homo and lot
on Nuiianu stieot, by ordei of Mi.
fico. Lucas, oxecutor of tho estate of
the Into Mis. Kccgan. Also at the
same time other valuable pioperty
.specified in an adcrtiemeiit.
Pitor. IJergcr and a number of the
band boys being engaged in tbo re
heaits.il at the Opera House, Inst
evonitig, the band conceit at F.inma
Sn mi ri' 'ii nol as frond as it otbci-
wiso would have been, and the noNo
of tho innming lagaiuuniiis wns loo
A cijavo.v poilinit of Hon. II. P.
Baldwin, by '.. Kakina, a native
pupil of Si. Louis Collcgo; an excel
lent likeness of the lute Horace Hall,
in oiayons, by the Stilling Art Asso
ciation of Chicago, 111., and another
of Tuiniti's volcano paintings tiro
among the now nttiactions nt the
stoto of King Bros., Hotel sticet.
Tin: Hawniinn Jockey Club, of
which tbo King ib peimnncnt Presi
dent, elected the following ofiiccrs at
tbo annual meeting, bold at tho Ha
waiian Hotel lawt night : Hon. If. A.
Widemanii, Vico-Piohidont ; Mr. 0.
0. Bcigei, Secietary; Mi. .lames O.
Spencer, Trensuier. Kery oflbit
will ho lundo to have tho bent nice
meeting on the eleventh of June over
held. As tbo fence has been removed
from mound tho track it will certain
ly bo the most popular Hawniinn
Deiby that cvor came louud.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. 1), Honolulu Killes,
Kxcclsior Lodge No. 1, I. (). O.
F., at 7: fit).
Court Lunalilo, No. (5(100 A. O.
F., at 7:1 110.
Ceo. W. Do Long Post No. 1.'
0. A. 11., at7:!J0.
Mikado, Opera House, at 8.
HlcainerW. G. Hall sails for Maui
and Hawaii, 10 a. in.
.Sale bust Victor Kniaiiucl, by J.
F. Morgan, 12 in.
Auction sale by L. J. Levey, at
12 in., of l 80-100 acres land in
Manoa Valley, under inoitgage by
Frank Mctcalf and wife to the Ha
waiian Investment Co.
Chief JiiBtice Judd rendered his
decision in tho contested election
case this morning. Tho election of
J. N. Paikuli, respondent, is ad
judged to bo invalid, and his seat as
Heprcscntativo for the District ol
Koolau is vacated.
N Immense assortment of Ti limned
Easier Hats at Chin. .T. FMiolV.
OUB AMERICAN UTTER,
Thr wiiitni iiiii- i. Hon or 4'iiinn
lire ol' i'.iiuiiii'KM'.. Viiiim ! in I.e.
lltici.v Still 'li)hM...lfi)ie ICeciii.
(('oiiepoudciicp nf the II'iIIpIHi.,
Sv FiiAvciM o, .March 2H.
.Since my letter by the Hclglc the
taiilf agitation li:c been kept up,
but somehow the nnti-siigai-duty-ineii
have had the car of the Com
inillce onlays and Means. Tho
late election was can led by an ap
peal to the fanneri on the laiiff.
They were piomised, as were the
v?orklnsmen, prosperity ami riches
under a" high tariti if the llepubli
can ticket prevailed. Harrison wns
elected, Morion wns sent lo preside
over the Senate, ind Hepublicans
succeeded Democrats at every cross
roads postolllce in the country. Hut
prosperity did not materialize. The
fanners aic worse off than ever, and
woikingmcn are certainly no better
off than they were under Cleveland's
regime. Something had to be done,
therefore, or the G. O. P. might be
wieeked. Congress is Itepiihllcan
and has the i einedy in its o u hands,
wherefore it proposes to ineiea-e the
pension list, making the Uepubbcaiis
solid witli the f Stand Army men
their relatives and dependents, and,
by way of sop to tho fanners, the
duty on sugar is to bo reduced nnc
liali, while the duty on wool, fruit,
and other farm pioducls is to be in
creased. Thus, the Republican
party hope to make things safo in
Ohio, Indiana, the North West and
New Kngland Stales, while depress
ing Louisiana, Texas, Florida and
California wheic the sugar industry
has been established. Cane sugar
is pioducod in tho three Southern
States, but as they are straight De
mocratic they are not to bo eonsid
eied. California has only .!x votes
in the Klcptoral College and thoic
forn is not of much account. This
is the way lite Tariff Bill has been
"put up," and from a strictly pa:ty
standpoint, theic is a good deal of
political skill in it but nol a pnittclc
Tho San Fiaiicisco Chamber of
Comineico held a special meeting
Inst Mouday to consider tiio sugar
duty question in its beating upon
the beet sugar industry. I am sorrv
to say it did not stop lo consider,
but jumped at conclusions. Captain
Merry moved a series of resolutions
which first declared nbsolutly against
reduction and then requested the
Pacific Coast, delegation to oppose
an' l eduction beyond 2.') pet cent.
In tlie other words, a reduction of
2o percent on the sugar duty was
accepted as a fair proposition in a
tariff bill which niiscs tlie duty upon
every other domestic product touched
by it ! Just how the Chamber ar
rived at this inconsistent and incon
sequent conclusion was not explain
ed, but it is calculated to do a groat
deal of mischief.
The possibility of defeating the
sugar cut is quite within reach of a
capablo and intelligent opposition,
but no interest except that of the
refiners so far has been represented,
and it is not to be expected that
they would do more than present the
facts and endeavor to protect their
investments. American sugar pro
ducers, with whom the Hawaiian
planters -have interests in common
m ptcserviug the tariff, have not
been represented, nor have the
farmets who grow beets. If the
tariff bill passes with a cut in the
sugar duty of even 25 percent it
will destroy the beet sugar industry
and propoitionately reduce the pro
fits of sugar-gi owing on tho Ha
waiian Island. Old established
plantations may stand such a reduc
tion of profits, but how will it affect
the prospects of new plantation cn
tcrptiscs? This is for your people
to consider. Intimately connected
witli that proposition is the labor
question, but this being puioly a
Hawaiian domestic affair does not
further concern your correspondent.
It is to be noted, however, that
the Committee on Agriculture and
Forestry has reported a bill giving
a bounty of SI per ton for beets
raised iii the United Slates and de
livered to a factory and made into
merchantable sugar. The bill like
wise proposed a bounty of S 1 per
100 pounds of sugar made fiom
beets. The proposed bounty is only
to bo for three years, which of course
would do no good, even if pass
ed and tho money were approptiat-
od, except to keep the Alvarado
and Watsonville factories going for
three seasons, but fresh capital
would not Lc invested in beet fac
tories in the face of a low tariff on a
three years guarantee of bounty.
Tho bounty proposals aro not likely
to carry, ns the country has been
educated up to intenso hostility to
that foim of aid to domestic indus
try, and if tlie duty be removed, or
lowered, it will bo very dilllcult to
restore, it. The beet sugar industry,
being in an experimental stage, can
not command votes like the wool
industry; hence it would go by the
hoard were a cry for cheap sugar got
up, which is not improbable.
Tlie American refinery remains
closed. There is littlu likolihood of
a decision in the case, before .Tune,
and the general opinion among law
yers is that it will be ngaiti9t the
Trust when rendered by the Su
premo Court. Tho New Yoik Court
of Appeal has not made a deliver
ance on tho North Kivcr refinery
case which Havemeycrs and the
Ti ust have taken beforo it. Mean
while tho money power of tho Trust
is being exerted in the United States
Senate to hamper and cmbatrasH
Senator Sherman, whoso anti-Trust
bill will probably be so ovci loaded
ifcV1-,wyT-lTgM?JUlAtfllTJ',TJ'r' '"g "- "1 -.''' Vt?
by amendments ua lo K.il it Hut
the American people hac mndc up
their minds and, dcplle tho pluto
cratic Senate, Trusts must go.
The Pnu-Aniericnn Congress Is
still in session at Washington. It
will piobnbly result in Mm adoption
of a uniform silver coinage and cla- ,
hlishment ol a ubidixcd steamship
line between San FrnneUco and
Valpntniso, calling at Intel mediate i
poit. The idea appeal s tu he pi city '
unanimous in tho Tinted Stales
Congress, ns well a- tu tbo Pan- (
American Congress, that a tonnage
bounty of 00c. per ton for ovciy
thousand miles navigated would suf
fice This scheme should promote
the building of large vessels if it be
comes law. It will piobably also
apply to sailing vessels on the Ame
rican register. Of course, where
vessels catry the United States mail
they should be paid for it also.
The President has recognized
James W. (iiivin ns C'onslil of Ha
waii at San Diego.
The World's Fair at Chicago is lo
open Oct. 12th, 1892.
A whalebnat for King Malietoa
goes down by the Alameda. It is
Hie gilt of the United Stales Gov
eminent and was built nt Mine Il
and navy ,aid.
it is ntiiiored fiom Washington
to-day that the Pan-Amoiioan Con
gress will recommend absolute and
complete commercial reciprocity be
tween the United Slates and Central
and South Amciica. The Alia,
however, contains a statement that
Blaine only favors reciprocity in the
Argentine Republic. But ex-Governor
Ames, of Massachusetts, is
authority for tlie statement that
Blaine has been moving in the
direction of making Cuba and Mex
ico sugars ft tie, as in tbo case of
Hawaiian sugar, retaining tint duty
on all other sngar. This project,
however, has not been submitted to
Congicss. It would be tantamount
to free sugar, because the produc
tion at these three sources might be
developed to meet the requirements
of consumption in this country.
Mexico is a most piomi'Jng field for
Thursday Evening, April I Oil1.
t3T"Ho plan open at l
odlee, Wednesday. Apiil
o'clock i M.
Nona:: No one poison will he al
lowed to HsPiti iiioio than leu so.its at
one (line. ,'.2.t It
Prof. C. Sail, let.
J. K. 111 own
Tuesday Evening, April 8th,
, wii.i. in: (iivi:s
Gilbert & Sullivan's Well-known Opera
with tiii: roi.i.owisc. cast :
The M ik.ido of Japan
Mr. J!. Moulea;lo
Nauki Poo (his sou)
Mr. W. II. Hoogs
Koko (Loid lll"h Kxcctttloucr)
. Mr.K. F. bishop
Pooh Hall (I.oid High Kwiythlng
ICl'o) Mr. W. Lew pis
Mr. (.'. Wldemaiiii
Yum Yuiiil bUteis, f Miss Xnlte
Pittl Sing Winds Mis. .1. Howler
Peep Ho J of Koko (.Miss M. LMmmii
KalUhn (an elderly ladv in loc with
Xanki Poo) Mrs. V. ) ill
ASslSTKII nv A
Large & Efficient Chorus & Orchestra
t& Uox plan open at olllce of L. J.
Levey, on .Monday, Apill 7th, at !i
o'clock a. .M. iWll tt
XATUKAL Mbier.il Water
sale only bv
W. S. LUCK.
Sole Agent & Inipqitor for the Ha
waiian Inlands. i'il':: if
XX family. Apply to
MIL CiiAb. .1. IX'DWIGSKX has
this day lelbcd fiom the Hi in ot
Hart & Co., the Kllto IceCieam P.uloi
iV Cniiilv l'actoi v. II ART iV; CO.
Honolulu. Api II 7, 1SIK1. .v.'2:it
A LL peinons aio
ll()ich nnlilied th.it
xIl Miootin'r oor
(he lund- of Kn-
hniiiki, Moaiialua, Hal.iwa, Alea and
Kahmao is sti Icily piohihlted, and auy
oiu xtolntln this notice will he pio-c-euteil
lo Ibe full extent of the law
II. M. WHlTNLY.Ju.,
A.. I. OAIITWIHGIIT. Jit..
As I.eP-ees of Shooting Klglil,
GoYernmeut Coupons Lost !
March S:inl, Coupons sao, lloud N'o. 2'JI
Honolulu, Miuoli '.'5, IS-.Hi. Till if
Al1.HiL , ltfio.
I I.. .I Lit-. I
I.I M I .
pi ci w i.vunr.Mi m hi iiii
Comctly ( Dramatic Co.
UiUXU Ol'lIVIN'd XIOHT
Monday, April 14th
When will be pte?eat9d for the line
time In Honolulu
A Dangerous Woman
A Comedy Diamt In Kie Ait by
Cf Thl- company of -pi-ei'illj (
levied piofelouul eonfia of the fol
lowing well-known popuhr nctm mid
I.llo Lhmhaiii. i I modern: Kbcilc.
Kate DatglMi. j I'l mil. Cleave-..
Iloiace Lwing, Uaxld P.luiri',
111 ICotieits, Katph I'nuimlng-',
I'leil. .1. Atwood.
tsfi-llov plan fot the first iilaht will
ho open nt L J. Levey- olttoe on Pti
d.iv. April llih, at 1 nlock i m.
( vi.i. ami (sr.T run
SPIDER and FLY !
Vml l.'eep VdliiMll out i.t ttntbui
mt'chiof for a while.
ITI.l. I.IN'K OF
Base Ball G-oods
NOW ON H vN'H
Thus. (i. TIIK DM,
"22 lw Pidinielor.
TAI WO CHAN,
Mnitufiiotiucr of Ladies
Frsncti Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
Mini: to otinr.u
rt'CKfil ui' Henril; atHti. Snclitlc.
iWNiiiinnu St., : : . P. O. H(.20!.
apl T.tO ly
CoHinoiioIitnn Host an rant.
riHIS well. known linuuu Inm ui-ulii
JL eliiuiccd li'inds Jun Heo, the lict
cook in tho city, has icpuiolmsrd tho
sleek mid nturei, nnd will slart lie
rcsUiirnnt afrcth TUESDAY, April 8lli
Hopint; all mtrons will give him a call.
uo.Mtti im'.ii wi'.r.i.:
Outer Room t.no
Single Steals '..,
Private Uooni r. .10
Single .Meals :r
Dinners, both lOoint... ','.'
1 It R WOOD foi i-nle at IbiMaiu.ii
C'oinnicrcliil wilcioonw. tornerol
(iueen and Nuuaim streets. UA if
AFIrst-cla's Cow (Icrhtiy Diiihtun), n
gocd little Siddle Horpe (nniive
bred), a Piano, a Sewing Machine, and
nTvpuwritcr. Apply at my rc-ideiire
on Judd Mrcd.
032 lt H. I". GLADi:.
For Sale at Low Kales
"VTKW' Phaetons and Top Hugu'iC'.
ll Fra7r nnd Cold Waltir t.'ail-", 1
Huslnois Huguie, Pole nnd Slnift; ulno,
Second Imnd Hucks, Open and Top HiifT.
gies, nil in good condition; and Horses
suitable for" plantation use. Applr
HAWAIIAN HO I'LLSTAHLLS,
fill lm S I. Mmw. Man itrer
SALT FOlt SALE.
1ILVVK received n few bundled hugs
of Hull, of tho very best quality,
ftioh hag weighing l'.'O pound", I will
veil nt very Ion en prion at f entli;
fpecial leduetlQii by the inn Onlern
from other Islands iWlll he promptly
mtcmhd to with Fntisfm'tlou guurnii.
teed. Address nil Orders to
Cms 1. H11SA.M,
fit!) 2nt llahiioIpHonolii'ii, Onhii.
COPIP.Sof the Daily Hi;i.i.i:tin, of
tho datcb specified below, .10 w nls
a copy will lm paid for the same on
doliiciy at this onTee:
.luiuiury It, inHU, ('oiiiex.
i COTl'AOi: roiiiiiilcut to
T street mrs. VV'im it 1 i k
!lS33iSl'il!t phn.: lunr Hold Mc
deuto tent derid Adibess "('.(' ,"
Hru.Kiiv Ulllie. .-iQi II
rpo rent lor 1 inontli .1 Largo
JL Hoom 01 Hull, (ithci
eroitnd Uooi or tniMair. must
he centrally litiutcd, 100 if
Ileal Estate For Sale.
rpiV'l llniiMs and 1 ots on
ltolicllo Liine. Pnhinia.
Convenient to Meant and tram
cam. very licailiiy, loeaiiiv. 1.01 on
King street, ueir Haniaukii'n Line. For
particuhirs niiply to
.JOHN V. HOWLKIt,
OrClitts.T. (lulick. t'Hlltm
IqiiitahSe Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Kxliaot Yi'om Annual
"We purpose plaehiQ in your hmdi to nffei tu (he public nn Indem
nity Bond. Mnuy will be attracted by the fact that you arc selling tlin
bond of a life insurance society witli aests over SUi.'-.OOO, 000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to cc its intrin'ie merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
now able to quote the lesitlts of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantage's over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
bo able to hov actual re-ults on similar Policies.
"iir.NHY ji. iiydt:,
6& Send (or illustrative pamphlets, or o.dl in person on tho under
ALEX. J. CARTWmGHT,
Gejterid Aent or tho Hawaiinu Islands, r.qiiitflble Life Ar.surancc Sociily
of the V. S. Jaii-l-l'()
V LAHUi: AWOKTMK.Nr OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From fS ."0 to 110(l lincb.
The M. A. s!i:Kl) and the CAKUl'Tr DUY PLATP.S.
The YKAU HOOK OF PHOTOGKAPIIY,
miiriSH PHOTOGHAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMFKICAN ANNUAL OF P1IOTOGHAP11Y ,
And PHOTOnnAPHIC MOBAIOn.
HOLLISTER &, CO..
tO FOHT HTKKKT.
I'.'lt. Husuitv, President X Manager. .Ions I'.na, Vlce-Prosldeut.
GonruKV Hmiw.v, Sceiulary &Tieasmcr. Ci.cn. Huowv, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. HprecUlt' JtunU. : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPOltTFUS and PHALLUS IN
Gen I Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
"Geuuino Hnviltuid Chinn, plaia aud decorated; and Wedge wood
Piano, Libi.irv St Maud Liuii.-, Cb nuleliers .t Llocloliorr,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete iisnortm't of Drills t Filei,
Tbo "G.weUe" :-w heeled Hiding Plow St Lipmliior,
Hluebeard Uico Plow, I'lnntort.' Hleel ifc Gooscnecked Hose,
LAUD, CYLINHKK, KEUOSKNK, LINSKLI),
Paint-, VarnisbiM it Iliiisho, Manila A. Sisal Hopo,
HANDLHK OP ALL KINDS,
ldLowc, JrIowe, Hone,
RUliRLU, WrilK-HOUND of sup-juor quality, ,t STLAM,
Agate lion Wine, Silver Plated Ware, Table Sc Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot St Caps, Tim Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
llatt'rt Patonl "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe & Holt Threading,
Unit man's Steel Wire Fence St Steel Wire Mats,
Win. U. Fi-ber'3 Wrought Steel HaiiRci
Gato Citv Slono Filters,
"Now Pi,.cc--" Twist Drills,
nov-29-8'.l Noal'n CarringA Paint .
L1YERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
I 477'IWt BOTH TELEPHONES lw-477 ,
The ahoie Stahles ate now fulli
eipiipped nnd ate ptcpaied to fmnUii
(he jmbllc at a moment's notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Miiroys, Dog Calls, Lte.. Kte.
Hy tlio I)uy, "Woolc oe .Aloiu'li.
And fcatlsfaellon ginr.inteed. Special
atlentiou paid lo tint eaie of c.inlager.
Cor. Iisroliuiit ts: Itttl licl -tfs,
Opposite tho Pollen Stnllou. Iloth
Telephones l.VJ, aud connected b elee
tile hell with St (hies, so thai a buck
0.1 1 1 he called at either place.
tQf New 'Haek'', Safe Hone, and
Hood, Sober Diliets,
S. F. 4atAUA.lL
"I8 lw Mnilager.
'VH i. BESlTPAPER to nubsi rlbo
JL for Is U10 "Daily bulletin." M
u'iiIh por uioiilli
Citoulut to Agonta.
Base Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spildliig l8o HhII puppibs,
will rereive er Sternum Ain
irnlin and Alameda a full
line of Ihu latent
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not forget that Mrs Tlioa. I.nnl:,
ttl Ton street, hns the agency
for the world retiowmd
SjialdiiiVs Sport infj Goods.
t?y Call for one of Spalding' f'ntn
logues free fil4 lw
FOK SAN PRANOISCO,
The Al Htenrarthip
Will bnie Honolulu for thenlmo
Friday, April 1 1th,
For Ficighl or Piirii g', npjdy lo
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ay;eLts.
i n.'o i.v
rPHE WORKiNGMAN'S PAPER
.L "Tho Dully llulletlii." 60 cents
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