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MONDAY, Al'lUL M, 18U0.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Itoiioltiln !i:()i) i!(hi
Anlin .Mamma U:IS s,':ls
Leave Mamma II :(Hi l :iki
Arrive Hoiioliilii II: IS It IS
A.M. IM. P.M.
Leave Honolulu... ):!) i::io .1:00
AirlvoMiiiiiiiui... .10:18 1 :1 iiild
Leave Mniiaua.... 11 -ho l:i: 1:0."
Arrive Honolulu... 11 :IS iit'M l:.V:
Slinr Allknhala from Kauai
.Siuir Llkelll.i from Maul
Stun Kilauea Hon from Hamakua
Sinn- 1 1 n Willi from Hamakua
Sinir l.uliuu from llaniukii.i
Am -l-masicd .chr Olga, Itiiillu, IS days
flom Sail Frauchco
Am wh big W II Meyer, Hollc-, Si days
from him Frauelico
Schr Sarah & Eli.a from ICoolau
Schr I.uUa from Kolialu
f.L'lii' Ksiwallanl from Koolau
Am bkt S 0 Wilder, OrIllllli, for San
Stmr Knalafor Kilauea and Ilnnalel at
. p m
Stmr Moknlit for Mnlolcnl fi p in
.Stmr.l A Cummins for Koolau ! a in
Am brig W H Meyer, MclCuina, for the
VESSELS LEAVINS TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkellkc for Maul at " p m
Slinr Lchtia for Hannikiia 5 p in
Slinr Mikahahi for ivaual at .". p m
Stmr .las Makcc for Kupaa at ii p ui
Hclir Kawulhiui for Koolau
Sulir LuUa for Kohnhi
Schr Sarah it Kll.a for Koolau
.Stmr Kilauea Hon for Hum ikua at iipm
Am hk Sonoma, Lee, for San Francisco
1'iom Kauai per stmr Mikalnla, April
13 U A l'eaeock, Cha flay, Mls E
Sellger, U Snlffe.li, 11 A Mvhre, V AVil
burton, F W Hazard, M itiehter, M J
I'eiolru, EStrehz, Hon II 1' Raldwln
and fon, mid (." deck.
From Maui per stmr T.lkellke, April
111 Mrs. I (! tlowlc, Mrs Torbcrt, Mis-!
Jl Campbell, MNs Ida Campbell. JNS
Williams, CD Covllle, S Ubcd,MIsiE
'1'orbert and 24 deck.
From San Francisco per bk S C Allen
Apr 12- ri Wyman, L Hushes, G Mc
Avoy, K U Winston, and Sam Stand
From Hawaii and Molokai per stmr
Hawaii Apr 13 Thos E Evans, wife
and family, Mrs .1 W Hopkins, and Mi
From Hamakua per stmr Lchita, Apr
13-.)ohu A Lew.
F.iom San Francisco per schr Olga,
Apr 13 Mrs E E Potter, M A Potter,
E E Potter, jr, F M English, Mrs W &
Onodfellow, Jt T Green, L Frnmbcrg,
T Evordie, A Goodfellow, and two
From San Francisco per bkt W II 1)1
inond, Apr 12 X A JJoyil and W Me
Caudles. SHIPPING NOTES.
The steamer Llkellke brought 701S
Imgw sugar, L'S hogs, 13J bags potatoes,
1317 feet, koa lumber, '2 horses, and 111
1 ho steamer Mlkaliala brought from
K'Uiai yesterday 3381 bags sugar, 253
hides, fiO bags )la, and '22 head entile.
The steamer Lehua brought yester
day MOO bags sugar from Hamakua and
:i." head cattle from Knwalhae.
The Am whaling brig W II Meyer
(formerly engaged In the sugar trade
between this port and San 1 nineteen)
arrived yesterday lu charge of Chief
Olllcer Holies, 23 days from San Fran
cisco. She sails agaiu this afternoon
for Arctic Ocean under command of
The Am 1-masted schr Olga, Capt 0
F Kodlu, which arrived yesterday 18
days from San Francisco, was docked
Ht the old Custom IIoiim) wharf this
morning, fche brought 1200 tons gen
eral merchandNe to Messrs Theo H Da
vies it Co, also (lie following head of
livestock: "2 cows, 0 horses am! !!
The bk S C Allen brought cm Satur
day about 1200 tons general merchan
dise; and 4 horses and 37U pigs for
Messrs llitrku and Winston. The Allen
y- is at Hrewcr's wharf.
The bkt W II Dlmond which arrived
on Saturday from San Francisco,
brought about 700 tons general freight
and Hi mules for Messrs W U Irwin &
The schr Luka brought 1S0I) bags su
gar from Hawaii.
The Am bk Sonoma, Capt J Lee, will
Mill to-morrow afternoon for San Fran
cisco. Tho steamer Hawaii arrived on Sat
urday afternoon from windward ports
with 4(l.r0 bags sugar. She landed 100
head cattle at Kalaupapa from Knwal
hae. Tho Hawaii will leave cm Wednes
The Itoynl Hawaiian Hand will
nlay this evening ut Kmma Square
jjotnmonciiiR nt 7:0 o'clock. Fol
lowing is llio programme:
March Governor Domlnls llerger
Ovei lure Uandlt Tricks Suppo
Selection Bohemian G ii 1 llalfo
Mlklol. Pun Ohulu. Fa Illkl no
Mc'dlev Xortli and South..,. ...Tohani
Waltz Little Auule Hoonoy (new) .
. ...... .. ...... Cvaaoy
Schottlsclie Down Went McGInty
Two Marches f Io I.auao
hv Herger Haitoll
qHE DAILY BULLETIN-Thi
X moat popular pupvr publltiliecl.
LOCAL & CEHHRAL HEWS.
A Chinaman was aire-led to-day
fur non-payment of tuxes.
'I'm: foreign jury will ho leqtiiictl
Wednendity inclining nt 1(1 o'clock-.
SITI'ATIONS IIIO Wlllltl'f liy MlVOUll
persons in to-day's iidvcrtUciiientH.
A hit.cmai. nicctiug of the Honokiiu
Sugar Co. is called for 1 1 :1!0 a. in. to
morrow, at the olllce of F. A. Sehacfer
Tin: Mamma depot is completed,
and (lie cieclioii of tho Raymond
giovo dancing pavilion w piogie-itig
A l.i, the uii'inbi'ts of tin Hawaiian
Coinnioieial Co. are ie(iRtei to
attend a meeting called elsewheio at
Pourticii'Ksr. lc&idonts lmo ap
pointed a committed to receivo sub
scriptions for tho National Dufeio
Fund of I'oilugal against Great Hri
tuiu. Tin: prize, a silver cup, for knock
ing clown i. little niggers at Wai
kiki, eontw'led for by the vuiious
piinting ollices, was won on Hatuiday
uiulil I iv tho Klele.
Tin: San l'niiieico I'cut ndviieates
making an agreement with tin.' Ha
waiian (loveintuenl to have the Cali
fornia lepeis sent to Molokai instead
of stinting a Stale lepc r ho.-pital.
Tnniii: will bo no peifoimance at
the Opera House this evening whether
tho ttenmcr arrives bcfoio the open
ing hour or tint. Tho fust perform
ance) of the llijou Dramatic Company
is now udveiti.-ed for to-inonow even
ing. Tin: band will compliment "the
governor," further populatise "Little
Annie liooncy," lemumlier the .Mi
kado, hound the tcnihle fale of Mc
Giuly, and perforin two native
marches by Pi of. Itergcr, al Kmiiia
Sipuire this evening.
Tin: 3(1 tea chests hcized in tho
Oceanic's freight landed here yielded
f20 tins of cmium. According to
law smuggled opium is sold for ex
poit, half the proceeds going to the
Government, half to the person dis
covering tho article.
Tin: Supremo Court rcpoit, is
crowded out to-day. A. Johnstone's
trial for libel was to have come on
this afternoon, hut defendant's coun
sel has hcoured a postponement, for
further consideration of the indict
ment before pleading to it.
Wai.kkk it ltr.nWAid), conlraelois
for the wot k, have had lo alter the
position of tho now market founda
tions after partly laying them, owing
to a mistake of , '17 feet in one diiec
tion and 10 feet in the other, in tho
(iovei nment pinna and specifications;.
PoMcn .Tustico Foster liashad mmc
changes made in tho positions of ta
bles and tho witness stand in tho
Courtroom, enhancing the conveni
ence of all concerned not excepting
even llio prisoners. lie intends also
to have u general house-cleaning ef
fected in tho chamber an toon as
Tin: Alameda fioin San Francisco
was due Saturday morning, but has
not yet been reported. A venerable
gentleman nsscrts his belief that tho
English mails tiro delayed by tho
Liverpool labor bti ike. If he proves
to bo right his namo will be pub
lished; if wtong, he is no worse than
William Tyrrell, of Wilder & Co.'s
employ, has been engaged some days,
willi the Miiiiuu Itailway's diving ap
paratus, in making an examination
of tho bar at tho haibor entrance.
The object is to ascertain the nature
of tho material to bo removed for
deepening the passage, nnd it is ie
ported that tho result thus far is pio
mising of an easier job than had
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Nn'rmony Lodge, I. O. (). F.,
Hand concert at Kinmn Square.
Meeting Hawaiian Commercial
Co., 12 in.
Special meeting Ilonokna Sugar
Co., U:ilOa. in. '
THE ARION PICNIC.
The Honolulu Arion has adopted
n plan for its projected picnic. It
is to take placu at Hayiuond Clrovo
on Monday the Ath of May. Trains
will take the parly from town at
! :!!(), (i :.')(), and !):'S0 p. m., return
ing at t) :.'!() o'clock and about mid
night. Tickets at Sl.fiU each cover
railway fare both ways, dancing,
and refreshments. Music will he
furnished on the trains and at the
grove by the Hoyal Hawaiian Hand.
STRANGE TREE BLICHT.
A blight thai! appeared on the
trees algeroba being especially
marked about a year ago is extend
ing its appearance. The premises
of several residents of Honolulu ex
hibit many trees affectud. In ap
pearance the blight looks like pop
corn, and'cacli grain is full of scec.
There is some nnprohousiqi) that it
ma develop into a scourge attack
ing the sugar cano, as the algeroba,
hibiscus, and other growths affect
ed have been especially frco from
all such, maladies. Mr. Jaogcr has
sent a specimon of the blight, under
careful personal guard, to a seicnti
llo expert at the Coast for examina
tion nnd report.
iUlLY HULMiJTIN: JIONni.ULM, II. I.,
M1KA1I0 THIRD TIME.
1 1 on we nnd
Another crowded house; enjoyed
The. Mikado in its third performance
by local amateurs Saturday evening.
An opinion generally hunt cl is that it
was the best of the three, a result to
be naturally expected, owing lo llio
gtcatei familiarity of the performers
with their line, their numbers, ami
.Mr, llislio) made some telling hits
in lii-i original localisms in Ko Ko's
"little list." The "three little
maids from .clioul" (Mis. J. F.
Howler, Miss Nolle, mid Miss M.
Lishman) shone with undimmed
lustre. The trio of Ko Ko, I'oo
Hah, and 1'isli Tush (Messrs.
Hishop, Lowers, and Widemanii),
with its rattling chorus, "a cheap
and chippy chopper," was encored.
Miss Nolle perhaps never appear
ed to better liking than in Yum
Yuni's song, "The sun whose rays,"
apostrophising the sun and moon,
represented by an electric glow in
the wings. The llio, "Mere's a
liow-de-do," by Miss Nolle, Mr.
lioogs, and Mr. Bishop (Yum Yum,
Xanki Poo, and Ko Ko), ias again
a very catching piece, as was the
description of the bogus execution
to the Mikado lv Ivo Ko, PiltiSing,
and Poo Hah (Mr. HUmp, .Mrs.
Howler, and Mr. Leweis.
' Mr. Ilibhop gave the "titwillow"
song better than ever, and in the
duct, "There is beauty in the bellow
of the blast," with Katisha (Mrs.
Dimond) one of the best hits of the
evening was made. Ileing encored
in this, they varied the execution of
the bars by doing it in pantomime,
with a novel effect that the risihles
of the audience could not resist.
The part of Katisha throughout was
if possible rendered a shade nearer
the acme of perfection than before.
Mr. Iloogs, besides singing as
wcdl as ever, evinced in all the de
tails an improved sensibility of what
Nanki Poo's character required.
Indeed, all the leading performers
may he said to have excelled in
showing the benefits of practice in
their respective parts. The same
may bo said of the chorus of ladies
and gentlemen, whose singipg is
really surprising for so many vocal
ists, comparatively tew of whom
were ever brought together before
training for this opera. Prof. Sauv
let who trained them and conducted
the performances has achieved a
musical triumph that should merit
the grateful regard of the commu
nity. THE BASEBALL OPENINC.
The baseball match opening the
season on Saturday broke down after
the tirst innings owing to rain. There
was a splendid attendance tilling the
grand stand and lining the fences
outside. It was wortli turning out
to sec the famous opening by Chan.
Wilder of the Star Club, who was
"first to bat." It was "one ball,"
"foul," and then a "skyscraper"
over centre field, on which the
striker reached third base before
the ball struck the diamond again,
and home before it could be got
where it would stop him. Chandler,
tho Star's new pitcher, gave Hay
AYodeliouse base on balls, but struck
out an early successor, so that it is
too soon to judge his capacity. The
Honolulu made two runs, by Wode
house and Whitney, to the one
scored by the Star. A fence has been
made on the grounds to keep the
crowd off the diamond, and steps
up to the scoring stand obviate the
necessity of the former scaling feats
by scorers and reporters.
THE LATE HOLCER MOLLER.
Wo have to record the death of
Mr. IT. Moller, sugar boiler, which
took place at Kealia on Monday 7th
April after a short illness.
Air. II. Moller was a native of
Denmark, and was by profession an
architect. He practised for several"
years in America ; but owing lo
failure of his eyesight, he had to re
linquish his pursuits, and came In
these islands to Join his brother, Mr.
K. Moller, now of Kilauea. I IK
thorough scientific training onablcd
him to turn will) case lo his new
occupation of sugar boiling, and he
was known as one of tho best in the
islands. Wherever he has been, he
has been recognized as n man of
clear judgment, of modest demeanor,
of ingenious mind, of artistic tastes,
of true heart. Those who knew him
well, knew him to be interested in
truth rather than in profit. His
work at Kealia had been very suc
cessful, and his character Iia'd been
so well discovered therc.that his de
mise lias been mourned by all. He
was a member of the order of Hie
Knights of Pythias, and his breth
ren of the order and others accom
panied Ids remains to their last rest
ing place at Kilauea. "After life's
fitful fovcr he sleeps well."
Kilauea, April 11, 18'JO.
ASPHCIAL meeting of tho stock
holders ot tint llnunkaa Sugar Co.
will he held on Tl'KSDAY (to-morrow),
tho Kith lust., at 1 1 ;:io o'clock
a. m at the oulec. of F. A. Sohaeler A,
Co. Per order.
fiat? It Scci clary.
ALL the members of the Hawaiian
Commercial Co. are wanted to be
at the meeting lu W. 0. Aehl's Iiw
Ollleo, at la o'clock noon, TO-MOIt-JtOW,
April 15, Win.
D. Iv. HAKE II,
' It Secretary,
lti tflrnm lllimlium OimpVlfN I In
Uitlirit IMaml ItltilciU'ior I'Mit.v
liev. Hiram llingham began the
work of translating the Hible into
the Gilbert Islands dialect early in
l'cbmary. lSo'.l. lie completed the
work on Friday last, April 11, ISfltl.
At lite end ot fourteen years i lie
New Testament was printed. .Mrs.
IMngham, a talented linguist, as
sisted her husband, as did Mr.
Kaure, a Oilbcit Islander.
The completion of this great woik
was . signalized on tlie Fiiday even
ing by a large gathering ol .Mr. and
Mrs. Hiiighaiu's friends al "Gil
hertiuia," as their home is appro
priately named. l?ev. Dr. Hyde
related tho history of the transla
tion. Mr. llingham picsculcd the
Hawaiian Hoard of Missions with
one thousand dollars to aist in
priming and circulating the new
ltible. This handsome sum was the
proceeds of two hundred dollars
presented lo Mrs. Hingiiam twenty
years ago, by two Kiifilish traders
who had married natives educated
by that lady. They gave 10l
apiece and the money being put in
Hisliop's Rank grew to the large
amount making the nucleus of a
publishing fund. Judge Mcl'ully
on behalf of thi! fi lends presented
Mr. llingham with a gold walcli and
chain, and Mrs. llingham with a
gold pin, accompanying Hie gifts
witli touching remarks. Addresses
were also delivered by Chief Justice
Judd and Nov. Mr. Fisher, nnd, re
freshments having been served, the
gathering dispersed singing a verse
to the tune of "Old Hundred."
Tuesday Evening, April 16th,
Comedy & Dramatic Co.
Will make their llrt apiearaiice In the
Comedy Drama in l-'ive Acts lv
Jlai tley Campbell, entitled :
A Dangerous Woman
Clinrnrii'i-n hy I lie 4'oniiniv.
3" Itox plan now open al the ofllee
of I.. .1. Luvey. MS It
Cl)Pir.Sof the DAILY r.t'I.LI'.TIN', of
the dates pccllled below, ."() cents
a copy will he paid for the same on
delivery at this olllce:
January Ig. imh. m '.ilc-.
'"I'MIE undersigned will tell at public
X unci ion cm Hatuiday, April II',
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Govern,
moat Pound, Waimaiio, Kwa. the loj.
lowing animals: 1 Wlittu Hois.e, 1
Soriel Pony and 1 llucksliin Mare.
537 lw I'ound Mtibter.
,f 11. S. P.. PIKIIUK will art for me
ItJL under full power ol attorney, and
attend lo all husJueas entrusted lo the
Hawaiian llusiucts Agency dining my
nbi-ruru from this Kingdom
Honolulu, April 10, Ib'JO. r.iir. lw
AIJj person, are hereby uotliied
Minuting over the l-inil of
haulki, Moamilua, Ilalawa. A lea
ICalauao is strictly prohibited, ami
one iolatln:; Dili notice will be pi
eiiletl lo tlii! toll extent of (lie law :
.1. M. J10WSKTT.
II. M. WlllTNKY,.Iii.,
K. I. SPALDINO.
A.. I. UAimVlCKillT. .In..
A l.i'.cei of Shooting ltlht.
For Stile at Low Kales
NEW Phaetons and Top llii(;ics,
l-'razer and Cold Waller Carts, 1
ltusiue HiiKute, Polo and Shaft; nl.io,
Second. bund (lacks, Open mid Top ISug.
gte"3, nil in good condition; and Horses
suitable for plantation iho. Apply
fill 1 in S I. Shaw, Malinger.
SALT VOll SALE.
J HAVE received a low liiuidivd hagB
of Salt, of ihc very best ipmliiy,
each bag weighing t'-'O poiimN, 1 will
sell at very lowest pi ice at $1 each;
vpccial i eduction by the ton Onlm
Irom other Islamist will be uniipily
ntlcmlul to with satltifiicliciii guiraii.
teed. Address all ordiMsto
Ciias I. II I HAM,
BUI 2m Halmoipo, llonohi'u, Oaliu.
rpiUS well. known hoimu his again
JL clmiigid luimlx. .Inn Dec, the hcbt
cook in tho city, has icpiirehapcd the
Mi.ek nnd llliuei, and will start ih
le.sUiir.uit arrc,h TUESDAY, April Hth
Hoping all patrons will give him a call.
noAitn ii:it wr.v.u:
Outer ltoom .M
Single MenU M
I'livatd ltoom r .0
Single Meals :i:
Dinners, both lonnn. ','.'
5'M lw I'lomietor.
r V H E W E J K L Y BU L L ET I N -
X. Sd coluiiuiH, purely local matte i
Mailed to foielgu countries. 5 pur
M'HIl. II, 18U.
h Xatm mnK.-
I'nsm-il hy Kfnlln iint.ci o. .IS, It il
V., on tho llentll ol' ItiolliiT II
Wiir.iti'.A, God. in His wise provi
dence, Inn seen lit lo lotnovc, by
death, our beloied In other knight
I(i:oi.vr.n, That in his death this
Lodge lias lost an esteemed and
valued brother; the .family a devot
ed and alfecliouale husband nnd fa
ther: the community n benevolent
and uprighl citizen. '
-. That we hereby' extend our
sympathies to the bereaved widow
!!. Thai the Castle Hall of this
Lodge be draped in mourning for a
period of sixty days.
1. That llio above resolutions lie
entered upon the i coords of this
Lodge and be published in the Ha
waiian Gazette and Uit.i.tniN.
". That a copy of these resolu
tions be eiil to the bereaved fauiilv.
II. P. Hnii-s,
rS'gn'dl Wu. Hi.Aisnmx,
Gi:. It. FAiuriiii.il,
CALL anil GET THE
SPIDER and FLY !
And keep youi-elf out of fun he;
nii.-ehief foi a while.
IM'1.1. LIXE )!'
Base Ball &oods !
NOW ON HAND.
"2i2 lw Piopiietor.
TAI "WO CHAN,
MauufiKliirer of IulieV
French Kid & Calf Skin Slices
MAIir. TO ClllllKII.
I'i'ickpiI or Ni'tvi'il: nihil. SnilrtleH.
Hi Nintnnii St., : : : P. O. Ron. i!01.
A NATt'RAI. Mineral Water. For
xv sale niilv bv '
W. S. LUCE.
Sole Agpnt A Importer for the Ha
waiian Mauds. iii;, tf
Government Coupons Lost !
March J'hd, Coupon &:'.n, I'.ond Xo.
" ' !j:i(). I'-jr
'' !s:;o, ' i-.T,
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' br, ' l'J7
" HV: 1S
" ' " 41.-., ' l::tl
Hoiioliilii, Maivh -J.. LS'JO. .'ill tf
rp() LI'.T for the 11th
L oi'.lunii Races: 1
Gnu Coll, Syeam old,
hy Gov. Stanford, dam
"--i- Idle Gill, and the Gruv
Filly, it yim old, by Gov Stanford, ihiui
Falnmnmi. Scnlcd hhU for both hones
w ill bo received any lime during the next
two weeks. Apply to
P. 8. Either or thei-e colts will hold
ft innrlgaire on any rac.n for Hawniiaii
breds in which they m.iy start. Roth in
ll n e order. ft ( I t! w
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On JOuy Toi-iiih.
MgL l rpHB itoililoiife of It. I.
fllS-iaW l.illieon Ijiiimlilostieet,
IE&bMI caintiiiniug Double Parlors,
Lar;!! Dining Roniii,- lledrnouis, Drcst.
ing and llnllirooiii'', Ki'chcii and 'i Pan.
tries, Detai'hed Servant's House, Stable,
Couch IIousu and Chicken Ymd The
(Jnmnds mc lu.'i fiio1. front and about
1M feet deep, mid are nil luid out with
Palms, Ropcs ami Choice Plants. Will
he vacant on the Hth May, The Fei nery
and Feins to he removed unless agfeul
on. r,'il lw
!?SL 5k A COTl'AGF. convenient to
SmSW- t-lreelnus. Would like
SSSaa ipilet place nciir Hold Mo
derate icut deslicd. Addtess "C. (!.,"
Hi'LLKiis- QHlre. oK) 1 1
w A 'l,() icl I01' 1 iniinlhn barge
ifiljej L Room or Hull, lillier
"?SrrP" ground llnoror upstair?, must
be centrally t-itimlcd. -m.-iif
Ifotil Estnto For Sale.
rlV Houses mid Lots on
Roliello liiii. Piitnuui.
Coiiveiiit'iil to .sti-'im and tram
ruin. cry neaiiny locninv. i.oi on
King fitted, near llamaukuV I.aue. For
parlhmlars apply to
JOHN F. HOWLER.
Or Clm T. Guild;. I'M'tm
TVJO. II Kim; stieel, near llio Rthlge.
.Li Open d ly nnd night. Meala at all
bourn. Ordeis for Cnlifnuiia moducu
received. E. T. (HLZV,
rilS 'Jtn Pioprietnr.
iiiji.'iiwffiii iwtj.wywcwynd-aw wa
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Fijclrnct From Annual Circular to AjjnulH.
"Ve purpose placing in your lianili to offer to the public an Indem
nity Iluiiil. Many will "lie alttaeted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with lisscsls over SI 01,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intiii)ie merit".
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the icbtilts of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
lie abiu to show actual results on similar Policies.
itSr Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under-si"tu,il.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Aenl for the Hawaiian Islanda, Kcptitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. .Inn-l-'JO
A LAIiCE ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From ;JS.-.l) to !('( I'-ach.
The M. A. SEED and the OAIMJPTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR HOOK OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
RRITLSII PIIOTOGRAPHK' ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC .MOSAIC'S
HOLLI5TER & CO.,
IO! FOltT STItRKT.
E. R. Hr.s'imr, President iV; Manager. John En-a, Yice-President.
Goiikki:y Ruow.n, Seeretarv A: Treaiiiror. Cecil. Itnow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
lpo. SiirockolH Knnk, : Iut Htrrnl, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; nnd Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library it Stand Lain)!, Chandelier." it Elcelolicrc,
Lamp Fixtuics of all kind-, A complete iibsoi'.in't of Drills it Files,
The "G.i.elle" Il-wlieeled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
liliudicard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel ,t Gooenccked IIoe,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Yarnishes & RruMic.s, Manila it Sibiil Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homo, Hose, Hose,
RHRIJER, WIRE-ROUND of jupiic.r cpi.ility, ,t STEAM:
Agiitn lion Wine, Silver Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot ,t Caps, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded (.'art! idgen,
HaitV Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it JJult Threading,
llartnian's Steel Wiiu Fence & Steel Who MuIh,
Win. G. Fishoi'ti Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate Oilv Stone Filters,
"New Proecus" Twiht Diills,
nov-2i)-89 NealV Cuniago Paints.
LIVERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477X5 BOTH TELEPHONES S"477
The nboe Stabler are now fully
equipped ami aie prepared to fmiil-li
the public at a moments notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Siiiivv-. DogCaiK Etc.. Ele.
Ity t lie !!' Wim'Ic oi'.Monl Ii.
Ami .atMaetiim guaraiiteeil. Sneelal
atteiitlim paid to the care of eaiiiaget.
C,'lC. ..MlM'C-lui lit .v'. Itul lli'l HtH,
Oppo.lto the Police Station. Roth
Telephone-, I.V.', and eoniieeted by elee
tile hell with Stable, -o that ii hack
can be called at either place.
8f New Hacks, Safe Hoive.?, and
Good,' Sober Oliver.
M. I (UKAIIA.II,
THE BEST PAPER lo mbvrlbo
J. tor Is thu "Daily Rtillutin." f0
I liwls per month.
.'. Mtc MMMwuuami.jiiffj
Y CQjN J)S
nf vmv,vv nutn
Base Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Ra-e Rail smpplir
will leceive per S'caiuiTA Alls
tralia nnd Alntiudii a lull
line of the latest
Bass Ball NovbIIIbs for 1
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not forget that Mrs. Thos. Lark,
SI Fori fctreet, has the agency
for the world k'howiikI
Spalding's Sporting Goods.
C3J" Cull lor one of Spalding's Ciitn.
logues flee. .114 lw
Of S.iu Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipo & He oil Orgnu
Tuuor & Repairer.
Having worked in Minus of the large '
pihiio ami organ larloiic3 in the United
mates of Auicrltt'.'i, I am fully able ami
preinitcd to do all kinds of icpnir woik
in the most salKfm'iory nnfuner.
Itijy- Oniers can hu It-It Hi II. F.
Wlchmiin'a Jewelry Store, Foit siicci,
at the Advertiftcr olllce, or through
Mutual Telephone No. HI. .'.Oil lm
I.MREWOOI) for mo nt Hawaiian
' Cauimere.ial SnlcbiTOtiii', corner of
iiircu ami nmuuni streets.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "The Datlv Riillctln." 50 centr