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TIll'K.SDAY, APRIL 10, IMiU.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND COMPANY'S
lir.liri.Ml lit UN'S.
A. M. I'. M.
l.rnVe Honolulu !MOi '-':"
An-ivo Mnnatia 'J: 1 "M
1 cave Mamma U :fm I mil
Aulve llonoluli Its 14 '1:11
A.M. I'. M. 1'. M.
Leave Honolulu... it :::o ii:Ho :i:(io
Arrive Mamma ...lll:IS 1:18 ililS
Leave Manan 11:00 lilil -1 tO."
Alllve I1ijiio1ii1ii...1I : It liitM .ItM
Sc.hr Mnrv from II:m:ilil
Stinr 15 It'ltMiop fiom chcuil O.iliu
St nil' .1 A Cummins fiom Koolau
FchrM K I'lUkT from Knual
""" " " 0EAKIURlS.
Schr Walehu for h'aiuu
Sehr Catcrlua for Cable Laying
.Sliur .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Sehr Kit Mol for Hawaii
Am wh M'lir Allon for tin Arelle Ocean
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Austinlla, Hoiiillcttc, for San Fian-
eUeo at la noon
Stinr U It llishop for Walanae, Waiiiliia
and Koolau at !i a in
Stnir Khinii for llllo and way ports al
'J p in
Selu Mnrv for Ilsinalci
Sehr KaaluUal for Walauae
For Kauai per stinr Mlkalialu April
-.1 II llaieand son, Masters Itiee and
J.vman. II (J ltosweP, W Smltli. lion 1'
p'Kimoa, lion II P Baldwin. ::l deck
and 118 ,larmpe Immigrants.
From Koolau and Walanao per stinr
O It IINpop April 11-Aiij; Ahrcn, K U
Jtowc, It others and 1!) deck.
Capt Lorcnzeii of the steamer Kliiau
contradicts the report of the arrival of
the tern V S Uowne at Maliiikoua on
(lie litli, 10 davs from San Francisco.
The. steamer Kliiau was at .Maliukona
hist Tuesday, the Slh Inst, and Hie, V S
How ue had not arrived there yet. It Is
probable that tha tern Dora Uliihui,
which parsed that port on the Dili from
Hew Caledonia hound for Knhillul, was
mistaken for the. V S liowiic. Thu Dora
liluhin arrived at Knhillul on Monday,
and after receiving sugar sailed again
on Wednesday for ban Francisco.
The sehr .Mary brought this morning
10(10 bags ugnr troni Ilanalci.
Tlio bark Ceylon fin! lied discharging
her eargo of general merchandise this
afternoon. Shu goes out !u thu stream
lo wait for her ehaiieo to load sugar.
Theic aie about six vessels nliciul of
Thu Am whaling schr Alton lefr yes
leiday afternoon for a ciuUis in Ihe
As the Kiuau did uol bring siifllcleut
sugar to lluih loading the barkentiue
Wilder, thu sailing ol the Wilder has
been postponed till about nel Monday.
She wanU about li." tons more of su
gar, and Ihe stinr Jus Makeo due to
moriow fiom Katma may bring her Ihe
The- stinr t! K Itilinp anlvi'd yester
day evening from Koolau ports w ith llio
following eargo: lil'.M bags sugar, IS'JO
bags rice, 120 bags rice bran, 2!t hides,
71 butiehes bananas, 1 1 bags kalo, and
'.'.") pkgj sundries.
GOING TO THE COAST.
The following are the puiticugeu
booked at the olliee of Wm, (i. Irwin
Ar Co., to leave on the AtHlialia to
moriow al noon:
11 V (ilade, wife and children, Mrs
I C Spalding, Mis.s K Hpnlding, K
Kveretlnnd wife, K llailey, Mrs K II
Bishop, Miss Bishop, A K Marehaud,
wifo and child, Mrs V J Dutton and
three children, .1 F STcrrill, wife and
two children, Mis.s F" Stowe, Slis.s
Merseiole, Mrs llatlmway, Miss
Hathaway, Mrs Luslc, Mrsde Forrest,
Mrs Kdw Tatuin, S Ululieli, wife and
child, D Keil, (J S Noyes, Mus Noyes,
.! N Itaymond, F M Lewis, E S Tay
lor. .1 W Whiting and wife, Mrs and
Miss Chamberlain, E K Cole, Mrs
Hardwick, II Y Chang, Hon H A
Widcmann and wife, A Ascheim, A
T Ilartwoll, L X llemillard, Miss Itc
millard, Miss A Kimball, Mis Kami,
E H llailey, Capt II W Lyon.Ueoigo
Itoss, F It Woolsey, H (ioodwin and
wifo, Miss .lano Spurgcon, Mis.s l'res
cott, Mis Lichurt, Mu Dr Lung, C
W Sewell, Mrs Karinony and child,
l'rof ! Donaldson, Ituv .1 Morris and
wife, Lieut Crocker and wife, II S
Dixon, T Lillie, W A Whaley, Mrs
Munifeo and child, L T Valentine, C
J Ludwigscn, wifo and child, Mrs H
V. Moyois, Misses Thompson (2), Mrs
Howell, Miss Melville, T K Moore, V
W Patterson and wife, Miss Lewis
and W (ioodale," Mrs W llannum
"I always make it a point," re
marked a manufacturer, the other
day, '"to reply to every communica
tion of n business nature addressed
to me. It doesn't matter what it is
about, provided only that it is couch
ed in civil language. 1 do this be
cause courtesy requires that I
should ; but aside from that, I im
also that it is good policy. Time
ijnd again in my lifo I lia,vc been re
minded by newly secured customprs
jlat I was remembered through
correspondence ' opened with mo
years before, and many orders, hayo
(imno of Ine throiigh this passing and
friendly nequaintunco with people,
(hi the other hand I have known
plenty of business mon whose (lis
rospectful treatment of correspond
ents has been bitterly remembered
and repaid with compound interest.
Silence is tlio meanest and most
contemptuous way of treating any
body who wishes lo bo heard and to
hear, and resentment is its answer
fvcrv limp." Age of .Steel.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
'I in: "Faindic of tin P.iciiic" Ii.im
been iucd fur till' Australia bi
Tin: liial of A. D.ivi.s for r.ipi' ic
Miltrd in u verdict of acqniltal, Iwo
A DASClSfi, bathing and dancing
party was given at llio Wnikiki Villa
the other eoning.
Tin: furiii.tlioii of a .poilni.tn nun
club, lo la' composed of L'anu' hunl-
oi.s, lias lii'cii commenced.
Tin: null) of Tuvi'i nicr'a tMiiitiiig",
easels, luualies, etc., by L. . I. Levey
this morning, amounted to .$1118 (.
1-Kiii i i:i::.' iiitmiiih wmc liidil roy
ally enloitaiued for a couple of ilnya
by" Hon. Julin A. Cummine, at Wtii
nianalo, llio foio pint of this week.
A rri.r. attendance is p.n tieulnrly
rc(iicslL'(l at the meeting of Hits Ha
waiian Rillc Association to-morrow
evening. It is desirable tliat the
(ili'sli(in of a innge Mb' should lie
settled without delay.
Mil. Louis T. Valentine is going lo
I In- (.'oal fin a few weel;., liy tin
AuMtali.i In-moriow. lie will com
liitie !himi(vh willi ileasuie, and in
his absence will lie icpieHcnleil by
Sir. S. K. l'ieiee under full power of
Ltr.i'T. Kealakai, .S'eigt. .Makaila,
and several other odiceis, raided a
Chinese house on Maunakea street
at eleven o'clock last night. They
anested fifteen men caught playing
"paikau," who stand remanded for
trial in the 1'olice Com I.
Liurr. Commander II. V. Lyon,
l'. S. Navy, was piesonled lo His
Majesty al the Palace at 10 o'clock
this morning, the Viee'-C'hanihcilain,
.1. W. ItohcilMiii, Kf., attending. Al
10 ::!0 o'clock Captain (J. K. Moke, of
London, 1'higland; Miss Margin el
Thomson and Miss Mary .1. Thom
son of (ilasginv, Scotland, were pre
sented by the Chanibeilain, Col. i.
Mnssiis. W. It. Castle and (leorge
P. Castlo weie elected meinbers of
tlio Myrtle Boat Club al thu meeting
last night. The committee on the
I'cail Jtivcr position icpoiled unfa
vorably on Mr. C. A." Brown's oiler.
Mr. Dillingham bus made the club
an oiler of a better position on Ihe
river, bill beforo a committee could
he appointed on the matter, a mo
tion to adjoin n for the l)onald.-nn
spariing exhibition was carried.
At the meeting of the newly-l'oi med
Ilealaui lloat Clul) last evening,
Messrs. ,1. O. Carter, Jr., (i. K.
Smithies, and W. H. C. (iioig were
elected trustees. An assessment of
five'dollais per month was levied on
each im.'iuber lo pay for boats, bouse,
and oilier expenses. Kight new
meinbeis wero elected, making a
total membership of 20. The use of
pait of Ihe King's boat-houe for live
years was accepted anil the clul)
branches out Ihoioughly oigan"i.ed.
The formation of a ladies' brain h
club was spoken of.
Mikado, Opera House, at 8.
Drill Co. A, Honolulu Hides,
Honolulu Commandcry No. 1 K.
T., at 7: SO.
Kinau sails for Maui and Hawaii,
2 p. m.
S. S. Australia sails for San Fran
cisco, 12 m.
THE SPARRING EXHIBITION.
A big crowd took in the sparring
exhibition at the Commercial last
evening. The sport opened with a
four-round contest between two blue
jackets. Some heavy hits were ex
changed, and at tho wind-up
the spectators were in a shouting
state of excitement. Prof. J. Don
aldson and Mr. Tom Jones were
next introduced. Prof. Donaldson
possesses a pleasant face and a lino
form. When he took off his coat
and stood in fighting costume, those
who then for the first time saw him
"stripped," could not conceal their
admiration. Mr. Tom Jones is a
"featherweight" of some ambition.
When time was called for the first
round and the heavy-weight shook
hands with the little game cock, a
smile went all over the house; and
when the professor tapped his an
tagonist's face two or three times
and held him off by the nose, the
smile became a laugh. A man-or-warsman
tackled the professor in
llio wind-up and took considerable
punishment. At tho llnisli cheers
wcic.given by tho spectators.
Prof. Donaldson, who leaves by
tho Australia to-morrow, and who
has been giving sparring lessons to
a number of young men hero, was
dined by his pupils in the lore part,
of the evening.
Keawe and Kalana were convict
ed on trial this morning for assault
ing John Ilaker, police olllcor, with
intent to obstruct him in the execu
tion o his duty. The olllccr was
acting to stop 'lycawe beating his
wile when lie- was assaulted. They
were each lined S2.r) and 'JO cents
costs, with imprisonment at hard
labor ten days. J. L. K'aulukoii,
attorney for the dofonsc, noted an
Carallnda forfeited S2.r bail for
assault on A. Oaitcsbergeu, and ono
bail of $0 for drunkenness was for-feilPii.
YOUNG'S UIKUSIOil APPARATUS.
Uriel' ll;ii-i'lltiiii of u l ii ll Inven
tion lor .MnliliiK Hiiitai--
Mr. Alex. Young, manager of the
Honolulu Iron Woiks, has. invented
an apparatus' for mmmfncluring
sugar by diffusion. A plant is be
ing made at the Woiks for Waiakea
Mill, Hawaii, where the new pro
cess will be thoroughly tested.
Diffusion il(lf is not (u igiu.il lo
this invention, but only Ihe method
of its application. The diffusion
Hum far known to the sugar world is
npeialcd Ihtough a battery of large
tanks. Young's method is designed
Id act more directly, through a sin
gle tube. A bricl (le('riplinn of the
apparatus will probably be inleicsl,
ing lo renders: at home and abroad.
The specification of ihe inventor
announces it as an "apparatus for
diffusion of sugar cane, sorghum, or
beet, as also for bagasse from cane
roller mills after tliu'juicc has been
partly extracted by crushing." Its
object is "to obtain all the advan
tages ol diffusion automatically and
continuously, without entailing Hie
losses and inconveniences conse
quent upon the cell battery method
The inventor makes use of a lube
of suitable length and diameter, lie
prefers it in Hie form of an inverted
parabola 1. allliouuli other forms
may be used, lie also piefers that
the' cross section of the tube be
circular, although it may be of any
suitable shape. One end of the
tube must, however, be higher than
the other, so that the hot water em
ployed will How in an opposite direc
tion to that in which the material lo
be diffused is made to travel.
An endless chain of perforated
discs or followers is passed thiough
the lube, sullleicnt space being left
between the followers to accommo
date the crushed or cut cane, etc.
Instead of perforated metal plates
for the followers, the periphery of
the discs may bo made of light steel
prongs like the teeth of a horse rake.
A reason for having the tube in the
torn) of an inverted parabola is that
the lower bight of the chain may
travel in it hanging in its natural
curve, thus avoiding undue friction
of the discs against the walls of the
tube. Suitably pitched spiders at
the ends of the tubes will gio mo
tion to the chain.
The material to bo diffused may
come Iron) the rollers of an ordin
ary crushing mill, or from a cutting
machine like that used in the cell
method of diffusion. Whether as
crushed or chipped cane it is drawn
into the lower end of the tube by
the travelers. Hot water treated
with lime to prevent acidity in the
mass is introduced at the opposito
end, which is to bo eight or ten feet
higher than the other. Thus the
solids are going ono way while the
liquid is going the other. Hy hav
ing one end so much higher than the
other, it is calculated that a hydros
tatic pressure will be given, enough
to cause the liquid to llow gently
through the material under treat
ment. It is also claimed for Ibis
arrangement that if allows lime for
all of the liquids that can be liber
ated by gravitation to drain from
the solids back into the tube, thus
saving what is lost in cell diffusion,
in which each cell is emptied of its
The jnico is drawn through a per
forated section of the tube at the
cud opposite that from which the
exhausted material is discharged.
It is therefore claimed that the dif
fusion will be gradual and constant
throughout the tube, the juice
gradually gaining in density as it
approaches the end where it is con
stantly discharging and the solids
constantly entering. The contents
o( the tube arc kept at any desired
temperature by steam jackets placed
round it at intervals. The condens
ation water will be pumped from the
jackets into the tube, thus avoiding
unnecessary waste of heat. As the
height of the column of liquid will
be not less than 30 feet, there will
be a pressure of L" pounds to the
square inch on tho mass. From the
entrance of the material into the
tube till its leaving it is freed from
the deleterious actiun of air by its
immersion in t the liquid, while any
clarifying sub'stanco may be inject
ed into the tube at any point when
ever thought nece6sar3'.
After tho solid material comes out
of the tube it may bo run through a
set of rollers for fuel, and if the
liquid thus expressed has any vir
tue it can easily be turned into the
main stream of juice going to the
boiling house. The inventor claims
several special advantages for the
apparatus. Continuous agitation of
the solids in tlio lube changes the
relative position of the particles so
constantly that the liquid is brought
thoroughly in contact with every
portion of the mass. No air reaches
ihe solids to produce acidity timing
diffusion, whereas in some methods
of battery diffusion air gets at solids
and the liquid. Tlio work being
(lone automatically, a saving of both
bkillcd. and unskilled labor is antici
pated. There is not tho loss of
sweet water that happens in empty
ing the solids from battery cells, as
the exhausted material is drained off
beforo leaving the lube. Ueing
gradual and uninterrupted the me
thod takes less time for complete
diffusion than in cell batteries, also
less ot what is technically called in
version will lake placo. Lastly,
where mill crushing is in operation,
extracting a largo proportion of all
tho sugar, tho bagasse only need bo
treated in the diffusion tubo, thu
diffusion Jnico (lowing into llieclaii
Hers wllli that from llio mill. Thus
all the CKhantnge- of Jlfi'u i.iii nm
be gained without going to the ev
pense of changing machinery Bli
ther than to add the diffusion lube.
CHARCED.W1TH MURDER. '
I'alii mi Trial I'm' UillliiK Alio il mi
1 1 ii n i l (lie Hi linonei' .limi iililni'
l'alu a native a.is placed on tiia! ,
in the Supreme Com I, before Mr.
Justice Itlfkcrtnn, this morning on
the cliarge of miirdciiiig a fellow-
count r.Miuiu named Aknm on boaul
the schooner Josephine, plying be
tween this pott and Peail Inrboi,
in the month of October last,
A Hawaiian jury was called into
the bn" and severally inteirogaled
with strictness by Altorney-tleneral
C. W. Ashford, in order to discover
bias or scruples regarding the death
penalty. Deputy Attorney-dencral
C. Creighlon and Deputy Marshal
Gardner lv. Wilder were also in at
tendance. Mr. Antono Iloba ap
peared lor the defense. Four Jurors
were excused by the Crown for
cause and one juror was challenged
by the defense. Al 1 1 :3i o'clock
the following jury being accepted
by bolh sides was swoin lo try the
Hid J. Kapu. J. lliua, 1). W.
Keaweaiiinhi, T. llooinalia, Jos. ICe
ohokii, S. K. Kapihe, J. Kalauli,
Albert Trask, K. A. Kahiilu, J. W.
Kalaikawaha. Sam Aholo, and J.
Mr. Creighlon opened the case for
the prosecution. The defendant
was charged with the murder of
Akoni in the District of Kwa on the
lGlh of last October. They would
endeavor to prove that on that day
the schooner Josephine left Hono
lulu at one o'clock; the defendant
being captain ol the vessel and
Akoni a sailor thereon. Before ar
riving at Pearl harbor the crew had
broached liquor forming pail of the
freight and taken several drinks of
it. The vessel went agiound but
was got afloat again, and when
opposite Ford's island defendant and
Akoni had a quarrel, caused by
Akoni saying he would tell the
Chinaman that owned the liquor of
tlio broaching. Then when the
Josephine got near the Kawcaloka
lish pond the row was resumed be
tween defendant and Akoni, and as
defendant struck Akoni on the head
with an oar the boom jibed, ami
Akoni went, ovei board, pushed by
defendant. The defendant made no
effort to rescue Akoni, or recover
his body when lost. The body was
washed ashore and buried, but the
skull had been obtained and it bore
a fracture, to which two physicians
At 1 1 nm the Court took recess to
1 :.".() p. m.
In the Custom House, London, is
an interesting museum of articles
used by smugglers for tho secretion
of contraband goods. One of those
contrivances is a ship's fender per
verted from its original use to that
of concealing tobacco. In a promin
ent position is an ornamental pedes
tal which has held .-ome hundred
weight of cigars on which duly was
never levied. A good imitation of
a loaf of bread is to be seem, and
this was once made to hold over two
pounds of cheroots. Dummy ship's
blocks with wheels composed of solid
tobacco, broomsticks containing a
core of pigtail, cakes of tobacco
made lo lit into the sole of a boot,
and a string of cigars which was
found between the outer and inner
limbers of a vessel's side, are all ob
jects of interest to the curious, and
show the amount of ingenuity called
into play in the pursuit of this nefar
ious business. pCigar and Tobacco
EASTER Hats for Ladle:
Hats for Mlc-.e.J, Kasier
Children at Chas. J. Fishers.
r. 17 lw
AN Immense assortment of Trimmed
Faster Hats at Cha.-,. .1. FMielV.
stock of Ladle' and
'hlldieu'4 Trliiimi'd Hal.-, can be
seen at Clan. J. FMnTs. ."il" lw
AMKKTINOof ilia Hawaiian Klile
Af-ncci:iUon will hi! he'd at Ihe
Hawaiian Hole! on FItlD.VY KVKN.
INC., April 11th, at 7;:i0 o'clock, to con.
shier thu report of thu committee, tip
pointed to suleot a now range for tho
Aesoolutiou A full atteiubiiicc ii re
quested. Per onlur.
J. II SOPBK, Pie.'ident.
J C. lioruwm.r., Secretary fij'i 21
CHUN KOW la no longer in my (in.
ploy, and is tint aiilhoiled to flu
inv name or act for mu in anv noinncr
whatever. FA I KKI'..
Honolulu. Varnh 2?, IF'.m. !ilU tvs
MILS. OsllOUNK Is now mep.ircd lo
iilvii Instiueiloiis In laneyW'oik
at ''Thu Aillngtoii," ltooiu tt. Class
Leicons: Mondays, Wednesdays and
I'ildayi. Private lessons by special
arrangement. Stamping aiid order,
promptly attended to. fehtsi-Py
"YTOTICF.ishcieby given lodeposllors
J In the .Savings K.iuK Depiriiiii'iil
of Clans Spieekels it Co that, Irom and
after the 1st day of Apiil, lMK), the iu
leiesl allowed on deposits will be re
duced to four (I) percent per annum.
Depositors will bo allowed lo withdraw
their deposits up to that dale without
giving tlio usual notice, hut, If allowed
to remain aflerAin II 1st, said deposits
will bn considered as subject tolhuiules
and regulations published In the Pass
CLAPS KPUKOKKI.S & CO.
!'.! I III
HOYAL II VNVAIIA
L. .L l.i: i:v.
I.i:"si i ,
ilT.CI.U. r.MIAllf.MIM- HI' Till.
Comedy 4 Dramatic k
(iHAN'D oPLMN'ti VICIII'
Monday, April 14th
When 11 be pio'Mited for lb" llr-l
lime in Honolulu
A Dangerous Woman
A CoiikmIv Dram i la Five Aeti b.
(Say- Till company of pcelnlly e
h'cleil piofci-iouuN eniilt of the fol
lowing well-known popular iii'tiii- iiml
net i iif -(.":
j linngi'iie I'.beile,
I Italpli Cummin;!
laaSrl'nx plan for
ihe Hist uiuhl will
be open at I, .1
L.-'P' olliee mi I'll-
Aplll I lib, at I o'clock e. m.
( ALL and 1KT TIIK
SPIDER and FLY !
Fl'LL Ll.N'K OF
Base Ball Goods
.VOW ON II .'l.
Tims. J. Til itl'M,
VJ2 lw Pioprielor.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Lnliu-,'
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
IVtrijoil oc He Weil; uIhii. Hnitttli'H.
.13 Nmmiiii St., : ' : ": P. (). fir x at) I.
Cosmopolitan ltc( tin runt
''PHIS WL'll.kii'iwii hiniHi) bus nuaiu
JL flianuid hands .Inn lice, ihe best
cook in the oily, h:is icpurchnpcil the
slock iiml I'lNture.a, :itnl will start lbs
icstiuirant afresh Tl.'BSIUY, April Hlh
Hoping all patrons will c,ivc him a cull.
iioAitit it.ii wi:ki;:'
Pilvale Hjoiii ,"
DiniH'i?, bolh rooms-
.IUN 11 KK,
.VJl lw Pronrlelor,
IMItKWOOI) for mle nt llnuaiiiin
. Commercial Kulcsronni", rnnier of
(Jiieen and Nuiiniiu sireel.J. I'M If
AFiisl-clavs Cow (lers-ov Duili'inO, a
gucd lillie Kuidlc Horse (native
bred), a I'iiiuo, a- Sewing Machine, and
a Typewriter. Apply at my resilience
nu .luild Mrci t.
M. F. OLADi:.
For Sailo at Low Katus
NEW Phaetons and Top Kugt;iiM.
Fraer and Cold Walter Curls, 1
Iliisiness lliigt;io, I'olo and Hlinft; nbo,
Second hand Hacks, Open and Top Itu
gics, all in gnod comllllon; and Hor.-e'
suitable for plantation ue. Applv
riU 1m S I. Sliuw, Mnnim-r
SALT FOR SALE.
JIIAVK received a few hundred bans
of Ball, of thu vury best quality,
each bag weighing 120 pound?, I will
pell at very lowest prleu at $1 each;
Hpeclal reduction by the ton Outers
trom other I.sliuida will lie ptnmptly
attended to with satisfaction ginrnn.
teed. AililrcsB.(,U orders to
rCn.VH I. HIltAM,
oTI2iii ltinolo,.lloiio)u'u, Ouliu.
, ' r
CtOPIKSof the Daily Itii.i.r.Tix, of
ihe dales icellU'il below, fiO cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
delivery al this olllco:
.liuiiiury 1, 1NSU, ii 'i,le.
COTTAOi: coaviniriii to
JX. btreet enih. Would like
(inlet plnce near Hotel. Mo
derate rent dcuiud. Aildreni "C. .'.,"
iiiu.i.nix oniee. r.nn 11
ri'O tent loi
I JL liooni
1 niiiiiih a Lari;o
oi II dl. ilth'cr
erounil tloor or uiuiiilu, must
lieccmiiillv MtimUid. ID.'i If
Rt'itl Estate For Kalu.
TWO Unused and
-L Holiello Line.
Convenient, to Menu and tram
curt.. eiy licaltliy locuiitv. I.ot ou
Klim MM'i't.ncur Haiii.mkii'h lme. For
pirticuhir.s apply to
JOHN F. ltOWLKIl.
Oi Chas. T. Uitliek. -PHI ilia
IN I JEM .MTV BO.NDS
Society of the
Ktflnict Fro u Ammiil Circular to Atfotila. ,
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer lo the publican Indem
nity Hond. Many wilt be attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with asaests over Sl6."),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 results 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.
"IIF.XItY 15. IIYDt:,
-5y Send fur illustisitivc pamphlets, or fall in per -m on Ihe under
signed. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(ieneral Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Kqnitable Life Assurance Society
of the l'. S. .lan-l-UO
A LAl.'CK AS.OKT.MF.Nl' OF
Kn.iii .fS.W) t.. 100 F.icli.
The M. A. SF.HD and the CAItlH'TT D1IY PLATF.S,
The YKAlt HOOK OF PHOTOGRAPH Y,
mtrnsii piitrrofiUAi'iiic almanac,
AMKKICAN ANNUAL OF PIIOTOOItAPIIY
And PHOTOOHAPIIIC MOSVI05.
HOLLISTER Sl CO..
100 KOHT H'l'ICKKT.
F. H. Hr.si)i:v. President ,t Manager. John F.xa, Viee-Preiident.
tiOlu-iiKV IIuown, Seeretaiv X. Treasurer. Cr.i'ii. Ite.uws-, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HjIBDWARS CO.,
Oiio. Spi'CcKolH' Itmik, : Fort Street. Honolulu.
IMPOUTKJLS and DFALKILS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuiuo Havilaml China, plain aad decorated; anil Wedgcwood
Piano, Libi.ny & Stand L.tnip-, Chandelier.- fe Klectolior.-,
Limp Fixtuies of all kinds, A complete as.-ii'.ui't of Diills ,t File-,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES ol EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tho "Gazelle" It-wheeled Riding Plow ,t F.qimli.er,
liluchcaril Rice Plow, l'l.intero' Steel it Goocnecked Hoe,
LARD, CYLLXDKR, KFRO.SKNF, LINSKKD,
P.iint.s, Yarniidics k llruslie.s, Manila A Sisal Rope,
HANDLL'S OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hoko, Hoso,
KUIHIKR, WIRlv ROUND of Mip-nor qualily, k STF.AM,
Agate Hon Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A- Pocket Cutlery, .
Powder, Shot ,V Cap-', The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Din Stock for Pipe A Holt Thieading,
Hartinan'.s Steel Wire Fe'nee ,fe Steel Wire Math,
Win. (S. Fisher's Wrought Steel Range
Gate City Stone Filtei.s,
"New Pioce.sh" Twist Diills,
uov-2'.)-8,. Ncnl's Oariiage Paints.
LIVERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477 'Xot BOTH TELEPHONES tfaT477
The above Stables aie now fully
equipped and are prepaied to luriiisii
the jmtilic at a moment's notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Surreys, Dog Carls, Kte., y.ic.
Ity tlio luy, AVi-oli. or Aloiitli.
And sailsfacliou guar.iiiteed. Sneeial
alienlbm irnld to ihe cue ofcnriiagc.
e. .s.r-ii)n ut v ititiiit-i j-its..
Opposite the Police Station. Until
Telephones 1,VJ, and counecii-d by elee
tile bell wllh Stiihle, so that it buck
can he called at either place.
SSSrXew Hacks, Safe Horses, anil
Good, Sober Dilveis.
s. i ;uahai,
Mh lw Manager.
T H E B EST PA P E R tolubrl hu
X lor U the "Dally bulletin." M
c 'His per iiimiUi.
Base BalMBoods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Itueii (lull supplh"1,
will receive per .S'eamers Auc.
ir.illa and Ahiiuida a full
line of the latest
Base Ball Novelties fori
! The Rules Regulations for '90
Do not forget that Mrs Tims. Lack,
81 Fori street, has the agency
for the world renownul
Sj:il(lhi'.s Sporlintf Cootln.
t35T Call for one of Spalding's Cnta
loues free. !U lw
1'OK SAX FKAXOIKCO,
Will have Honolulu for ihe nhuve
Friday, April 1 1th,
For Freight or Pau-age, apply t)
WM. 0. IUWIN & CO., Agent
'PHE WORKWOMAN'S PAPER
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