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TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1M0.
OAHU DAILYAY & LAND C0MPAHT8
I.eavo Honolulu -00
Ai i Ivo M annua l : IS
Leave. .M nun n.i 11 :00
Arrive Honolulu ...r..ll:.!S
A. M. V. M.
Leavn Honolulu... "silo U'::io
ArilusMiltuiliU ...10:18 1:18
Learn Matiiititt ... 1 1 ;l)o 1 :l.l
Ariivi! IuiiuIm1ii...11 : 18 L':!S1
Am lilt (nlburlcn, Perkins, GDduysfioiii
Newcastle, N S W
Slnir V (J Hall ioiii Hawaii ami Maui
Itklni; John Wmceslur, Uj la- Hum
.Vewciwile, N S V
Stiui- Ukellko for Maul at ," p m
SI mi' I.cIihii for lluumkuu " p in
Stiiir Mlkuhulu for Kauai at 0 m
Stmr.las MitKcc for Kupnu at i m
Stiiir Klkiucu Hon fur ''am hu.i at "t in
VESSELS LEAV! 113 ru-MllKROW.
Am lik Sonoma, be- for 'tin FraiieNeo
Schr Kuwulluiil for ICool.iu
Schr Lukn for Knliala
Sehr Sarah A; Eliza for Kool-iu
Stiiir N'nialeale for Nawillwlll ami Ha-
naiiuiulii at 'i p m
.Stun- Hawaii for uim.ikunnt 10 a m
Htnir Pclo for llamakti t til :i p in
iSt tin Iw.ihiui loi Lulmiiu and ILuuu-
kua nt 10 a in
For Molokni per stiiir Mokolli Apill
1-1 MUs Oinco Robcilsuu. M"t liau
nbtcr, MIs A Diuloit, Mr- II MrCuril
ton and 'JO (look.
Fioiu Maul mill Hawaii pnr Mini- W G
Hull, Apiil 15 H JJ l'ricl mid daughter,
w ii iiuhii-ou, g.i Cuiiipiiciit ry Wool-
scy. Fred Haley, Mr- O I. Desha, Ii C
Jtarnlicld, Mis H X Groonwell ami
daughter, V A Manly, Mr- U ICiitht
l.uii, and Gl (leek
The following vessels arc now nearly
due from Newcastle, K ij ", with coal":
bark Colusa, l-nintcil wihoouer E K
Wood, and tlio bktne Wodcc. Of tlie
latter two ics-iv. a Xencasllc paper
says: "The Ainoiluaii four-inastod
schooner K IC Wood and thu h.irkcntiuo
.Modoc both anlvcd In tlio hailioi on the
HHli lust, fi om Alcllioiiruc, luiM) had
ffiilck desp.Ucli. Notwithstanding that
tlio vci-ol-i wcie delayed 4!J huui-i In
conscrtiicnoe of the wet weather, they
ilb-cliiitjrcil tlielr cargoes, and loaded
BOl tons of coal and GKS loin icpcctlvo
ly, and eoiuplutod on tlie L'lat, and were
ready for .sea next day."
The balk W HOiodfiey and tlio tern
Oceania Vance will both o.ill onTlinii
diiy with cargoes of Fiijjar for tiiin 1'ran
cUco. The steamer Kllauca lion brought
700 bays sitt-ir and 10 head cattle from
The steamers Hawaii, l'elc and Iwa
lanl will all leave to-moriow for II.iwu
The American bark Caltarien, Capt
11 A I'orkins, airived this morning li'J
days from Newcastle, !ew .South
Wales, with 550 tons coal consigned to
Messr3 Castle it Cooke, fc-ho had light
winds and squally weather for the
greater part of the passage, and was
within 150 miles of this Hand during
tlio lat ten days. If Capt I'crMiit can
not dispone of hi- coal here, hu will
proceed Immediately t San l'ranei.-co.
The steamer V U Hall brought this
afternoon ;i!ll hags sugar, 191 bags
awa, 118 bugs coffee, 'Si head cattle, LV.S
hldi-s, a hor-es, and 7!1 pckg5 Hiiudrie-.
nOWSETT-In Honolulu, April lltli,
to the wife of J . Dowsett, a son.
Kiuiha't was found guilty of assault
on lakopa, and sentenced to 15
days' liaril labor and to pay $1.20
Ah Kai and All Tai, pleading
guilty of malicious injuiy, liad sen
M. Malonoy, for stealing an oil
stove value $!), was sentenced to he
imprisoned nt hard labor three
months and to pay costs 91. The
same defendant on a charge uf va
grancy pleaded guilty, and ftenluui.u
for this offense was suspended.
Four drunk cases were inuh-t in
a tKlhic adventure.
Wnikiki road the oilier night wit
nessed an incident that would he
food for an alarmist to the safety of
travel on the unliglitcd road to the
beach, A gentleman, living above
the liridgu at the terminus of the
tram, telephoned to a friend of his
domiciled on the town side, that
his horso was running away, and
to oblige him by going out on tlie
road to slop the tmiinal. Quickly
donning his coat and hat, ami grasp
ing a lantern, hu walked up the
road. ., Presently tho clattering of
linofa of a running horse reached
his ears. Stationing himself in tlio
middle of the road, as Hit: lioiso
loomed up in tho darkness about
ten feet away, tho gentleman began
swinging his hat and the lantern, and
shouting, "Whoal. Htop! Whoa!"
The horse immediately pulled up,
and to the astonishment of the
would-be hoisu-arioster, Ida ears
weru assailed with, "Stand aside,
or I'll let daylight through you."
-Apologies wore in order, and a vow
was taken never to try to stop a run
away again in the dark-.
A run: was put out without alarm
shortly after midnight, in a Chincso
btoie near Love's bakery, Nituanu
i,mi .ft CSHfcPf.l KCW5.
V'ATiHnp ben Hnn'1 i !i
ulftill ill il depth if EGO fv.;!.
A Jitnoiir ymiiig untn is wauled in
tlio Multtal 'I'vloplioiio operating
I.. J. Lhnt.y will cell T-'mv Ainlmid
jiotfttoeg t jitiotioti, 12 o'cluik to
tnorniw. TifB torcign juiy arc ni;'ii'dlo
anwcr lo tdcii i.amo ut 10 o'clock
A mail of lii lclteis ami i!(ii2
papers list bet'.'i put nlionnl Hie
idonomu for San Francisco,
Cot.. C. II. Jttiltl i.s dnugeioiisly 111
ut Iviiuloa. IHb brother t ho Chief
.liistico lias goiio to liis liedsulc.
Tin: fu-il-fi.iiliiig aclioonci' Oceania
Vance will tuko u tnnil fur (lie (Joust,
closing ill the I'oslOlllce .it 1 1 u'cloek
Tiutr.K dollars dividend will ho
pnid to tlio stocklioldeisiif Hie Inter
Island Steam Niiiigiuiou Co. on
T1iiiim1.iv, Ajiril 17lli.
Titr. h.itk Poiioina wiiii Ii w.iw !
ha'.-i taken a tii.ul at iMun'to-d.iy.li.u,
had lu'i Milling h'i .San 1'ianci iu
poilpoucd till to-morrow i
.1. Aj.iiw Iyli', ono of tin- -tilling
mwt of the .M.miIi' cciiior 1'H'W, Ic.iVi'
liy tlio liaik Hi iiuiiiii, wi'li hi" wwc
and child, for the Coast !o-imiwm.
'I'm: nionthly nicetiiig (.i ;U.
Audiew'e Church U'.imi Hi.' f'i .
W. II. Mimics, Wiirdin will he h.ld
at the Sunday Hcluiol lnolu- lliii eve
ning at 7 :!0 o'clock.
TilK iilo of iIt. Olaih' 'iini'.'uc
and i fleets i1- pn,.ii,n. J in )' ulay
itv10 o'clock. ilie in .: ' will lit
(pen for iicjuiiiiin oi nii-c'ci in
'..nding itiich.i-ci mi I'imi- !!'
Tin: I'olico .Stiitioii is .. iiu- fnr
nifdiod wnh the elect lie IiJi .ioiii
tlie Iioumi h.vstcuioi' the (Jiim i ii j icii I .
Lainpb will 0e ili(od hist in the de
linrtmento ihnt an; lioj I op-ii all
Mn. Nolto is to iiie tlio Mikado
Opera Conipanya hi.ui nt the Ci-ino,
liis Kupiolani Vark roficlcr.i-c. It
wan to havo been lu-mo.iOiv night,
I'trt is postponed till IU i cither
Oivi.so lo tlio prolong I tuition
of the tteauier Akiiii'd.i, Mr. Levey
hrib decided to ilx the hrl fi'iloim
nncc of the iSijnii Company fm tlio
ev-ninj; following the dm wi iiliieli
I In. trainer iiuives.
L. ,1. J.uviiy will sell at and ion to
moiiiiw iiiion, by ord.'i of A 1 Onrt
wiiglil, truhteo of the iwdiu- of Ur. Jl.
Holt, two iieees of laud .-itunted at
Ivnilnn, O.iImi, under moitgngi- from
Wuilclo and Xapahoa to said trustee.
II. II. M. H. OliAJit'io.s
awaiting the arrival of
steamer to make a eiuiec
waul ports. When -lie
Sum. Pail.vr and Mr. H. It. Mnefar
lane will tako passago on the Cham
pion as guesU of tlio officers.
Tm: IJwi.i.ktin- Summary for this
wool; is now icady. Hesidcs u great
deal of other local news, it contains
tlio exclusive report of tlio Akoni
minder tiial. The Attornuj'-Ucncriil'is
reply to the Cahinet niajority'H case
as pie'onted in the Advertiser is
Tin: now iiingo of tin- ll-iwaiian
Itillo Association will In .ibmilu mile
bayoud the Puiunin terininu- of the
tiainways. Tho ueau-.st -team rail
way elation will be Miunultia, the
other side of tho range. A thousand
yaid diitanro can bo gol at the -ilo,
and shooting will bo against the
A Mi:r.riNO of ladies wan called for
the Y. M. C A. hall nt 10 o'clock this
morning, to tuko into consideration
matters connected with the piojected
Sailor's Homo. Mrs. W. W. Hall,
who called the meeting, and ,i i
others went to the place, 'ml owing
to the steady rain tho moi 'n was
postponed till the fii-l line day, due
notico to be given in tin p.in i-.
List Friday morning-ii lady sent
for u baggage oxpie'imm to hno
hcrtruuksiiiid household good taken
to the steamer c. It, HilKip and
"'hipiied lo another p:ul i. lhi isl
and. Tho trunks wot e tiiU:-n '3 the
O. S. S, dock by mistake mid yester
day tlio lady heard that lirr things
weio on the way to Han Francisco.
Aftor liiuiis of worrying concerning
tlio safety of her cloth''', Mherwaro
and oilier vilnable-:, Hi.- 1.
-.old tlii looming thai m-i
aic btil! ht.-i-; Mi. Collin oi
3. S. Co. had notion! tin
and ki t ! them back.
DASH AHD BLAZE.
Notwithstanding the dn..ling rain
yesiordu evonipg the Hawaiian
Hand "gave a couce.il at Kintna
bqtiua. The lUti-nibii' e was good,
consulting Ihu night. Some of the
people strolled about prcpaii.-d to
getwel, while others, with umbrel
las up, sat on the backs of the
benches. Just before the interval
between tho llrst and second parts, a
largo tree, which supports the elec
tric wire in tlie squaic, uaught lire.
The light in the baud 'stand was
shut off, presumably for sntely, but
Hut bund couliuucd'playiiig in the
dark, eiving two popular marches.
Tho Hie in the tree was very persist
ent. It lasted llfleen or twenty
minutes and timed up at limes with
alarming biightucss. A little un
easiness was felt about tho possibil
ity of tlie who falling down on
.somebody, but nothing serious happened.
DAILY BUUiWTIN: HONOLULU, II. I.,
Mr. .Justice Ilickerlon at lerin
heard divoice cases Saturday.
John Kalnukoii was granted a
divorce from Sarah S. Kalnukoa
owing to her desertion. H. N.
Castle for plaintiff.
Keikclkai was granted a divorce
from his wife Mahnua on account of
her desertion. W. L. llolokahiki
The petition of Annie Scliusslcr
again-l Oswald Schu-sler was con
tinued till next term.
Monday forenoon was occupied
with the trial of lloli for (inbmlu
inent before a Hawaiian jury, wlm
ret timed a verdict of not 'guilty,
three jurors dissenting. U. fc.
Wilder for prosecution; Kauluknti
Jn the aflernoon Manuel Silva was
tried for .selling spirituous liquor to
a woman, Annie Ktiaptiu, at Hono
lulu, on or about Match S, 1890,
defendant being a retail dealer.
Tried before a Hawaiian jury. After
Hie prosecution rested Mr. l'osa, on
behalf of Hie defendant, moved for
his discharge on the grounds: 1st,
that there is no law attaching penal
ty for Ihu sale of spiiitiious liquors
to women; 'id, that there is no evi
dence to show the defendant's know
ledge of tlio sale. The C'ourl over
ruled the motion, to which (lie de
fendant noted exceptions. (J.
Creighton and G. K. Wilder for the
Crown ; Antonc Itosa for defendant.
The jurv returned a vcidict of not
Mr. Justice McCully at Chambers
on Monday ordered allowance of
final accounts, and discharge of
Fanny Simpson, administratrix of
estate of Adam Simpson, upon her
filing receipts of licir.s. W. It.
Castle for petitioner.
Mr. Justice McCulIy, in equity,
overruled the plea in bar, in the case
of Kaiaikawaha vs. Okuu. L.
Creighton for plaintiff; A. Itosa for
The two cases against J. N. I'ai
ku!i, for corrupt and illegal practices
in' his election, were withdrawn by
tlio prosecution this morning. No
tice of appeal from Chief Justice
Jttdd's decision unseating l'aikuli
was also withdrawn.
The King vs. Kuili, tried before
a native jury this morning, resulted
in a verdict of guilt'. The offense
was that of stealing a pair of trou
sers. Tlie prisoner was sentenced to
three months' imprisonment. Wilder
for the Crown; Aehi for defendant.
It would appear as if science, the
advances of which during the pre
sent generation have been so mar
vellous, docs not present its gifts
without demanding that they be
used with circumspection. From a
recent number of the British Me
dical Journal it would seem that the
haruilcss-Uoking telephone, which
has done so much to bring man
nearer unto man, his also done not
a little to cause serious mental and
bodily disturbance to those using it
too frequently. Aural ovcr-iircssurc,
resulting from the' habitual use. of
the instrument, gives rise to depres
sion of spirits, which In turn re-acts
on the general health,, causing many
of those irritating symptoms some
times roughly classed under Hie
general iicad of nervousness. Again,
from constantly using the telephone
the ear becomes over-sensitive and
intolerant of sound, much as the in
tlamed eye dees of sight. Nervous
excitability with buzzing noises in
the car, giddiness and neuralgic
pains are the result. Nor are these
subjective symptoms always unac
companied by objective injuries.
Lesions of an inflammatory charac
ter have made their appearance lo
cally, giving rise to considerable
mental and bodily distress. Fortu
nately all the unpleasant symptoms
rapidly disappear on the removal of
the cause in other words, on the
separation of the sufferer from tlie
apparently innocuous instrument
that has been the' inadvertent cause
of his misfortunes. People of a
highly nervous organisation appear
to be peculiarly liable to the symp
toms enumerated, so that the journal
alluded to suggests that such per
sons should avoid the habitual use
of the telephone, adding, by way of
reflection: "Every addition which
science makes to tho convenience
of the majority seems to bring with
it some new form of suffering to the
Thus it will be seen that scientific
discoveries arc not always an un
mixed good. Whenever the car of
progress increases its speed, if only
for a brief period, it would seem as
if a few of those clinging to it fell
off almost at the start, and came to
grief by the wayside. At the pre
sent moment it is dilllcult to realise
how life could be rendered ordin
arily tolerable without railways,
telegraphs, steamers, and the multi
tudinous conveniences quite unknown
a little over half a century ago. Yet
it is certain that comfort and happi
ness were not alone common in the
days preceding tho advent of the In
ventions referred to; but, if ono may
judge by contemporary records,
were of a more attractive if calmer
kind. Physicians lell us there was
much less insanity in those days
than there is in these; that Hie
merciless struggle for weidth the
feverish fear of being left behind in
life's race was not nearly so exi
geut. Men and women found tlmu
to write long letters, a lost art with
their descendants, and to carry into
middle age tho feelings and even ap
pearance of youth. Hut man's in
qiiisitivcucss is not to bo baulked by
any consideration of tlie possible
r-vll'i refilling from enlarged know
ledge. The greater the seeiets
Nature yields lo his inquiries, thu
more pressing become, his demands
for more. Having succeeded in
prising the Arcanum's door a little
way, ho nourishes what might bo
called his "scientillc jemmy" at the
slender rift, and not only demands
that it be closed no more, but. that
the opening bu continually widened.
When the doctors assure this rest
less inquirer or scientist that con
stant railway tinveling "Jolts Hie
nervous centres, " that the advent of
the electric light has been followed
by a special form of ophthalmia,
and that tlie telephone shows an un
doubted I pudency to drive men to
despair, he merely laughs and as
serts that utilitarianism, or Hie
greatest good of the greatest, num
ber, Is the only true philosophy. If
a few go to the wall through dis
placement of nerve centres or im
paired sight, t'xe circumstance, how
ever deplorable, was in the nature
of things, and could not be suffered
to block the road of others' happi
ness. Still it is fairly open to aigiimcnt
whether even in discovery it is not
possible to go too fast. Il may well
be that in science, as in polities,
men are none the worse for an
occasional diag to steady lliein The
politicians who, persuaded that re
presentative institutions are the
great specific for all public Ills,
passionately condemn the Hussion
authorities for opposing I hem or
deferring them, do not take time to
consider that the Muscovite masses
are but one remove from slavery,
and that 10 them the system applica
ble to a free people might mean ruin.
With scientists, too, it is to be feared
that the effects of new inventions
upon their fellows is seldom or never
considered. Yet, if the application
of a certain discovery had the de
terioration of men as the one in
jurious effect amotiff dozens of set -viceable
ones, it is by no means cer
tain that either the discoverer or the
practical applicr would be entitled
to a niche among the friends of
humanity. If it became universal
or even common for the nervous
centres to be "jolted" by railway
travelling, for ophthalmia of a pain
ful kind to arise from the electric
light, and for members of telephone
exchanges to be goaded to atra-
biliousness by the gentlest whisper,
the question of whether it would not
be judicious to destroy all existing
railways, to look coldly on incan
descent lamps and remove all tele
phones would admit of but one solu
tion. Sydney Morning Herald.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Drill Co. H Honolulu Hides,
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O.
F., at 7:110.
St. Andrew's Church I
Cathedral school rooms, 7 :.'!().
Auction sale New Zealand
iocs, ny ii. j. I.evey, 12 in.
Moitgagee's sale of two pieces of
land, by L. J. Levey, 12 m.
Ja.mi:s Dodd has taken Lawrence
II. Dec us u partner in the Ciiteiion
AimiGHT Young Man to work ut
telephone swttchbouid. None
but polite need apply.
C. O. JlKltOKK.
Mi) tf Secretary Mutual Tele. Co.
TY a German Woman
it situation, to
XJ do housework
and take eaie of
Apply at "Nil Kurt Htieet.''
QITL'ATIOXS, by Man and Wife, tlie
O former to take care of homes and
yard, thu latter to do housework and
take can; of chlhbcu. Apply "bit Fort
Street." a'.'S Ut
COPIES of the Daily Hh.i.ktix, of
thu dates specllled below, .10 cents
u cony will ho naid
for tlie same on
delivery at this ollice
January 12, 1SH0,
rpiIE undersigned will sell at public
X unction on Saturday, April 111,
18tK), at IS o'clock noon, at tlie Govern,
meat Pound, Wuliunno, Kwa. thu fob
lowing animals: 1 Wliitu Horse, 1
Sorrel Pony and 1 Hunkskin Marc.
537 lw Pound Master.
Dr. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Itctiirncd on the Australia and has re.
smiled practice at his burner otllcit, 1)9
Hotel sircut 400 If
lias removed fiom Foil street to
hello Lane, Pahinia.
Oki'ici: Houiih: 0 a. m. to 12 it, and
i m. to 11 1' M.
Mutual G0BauTEi.EPII0NES8QrBcll 475
I (I tf
HAVING sold out my Interest in Hi
tlim or It MoiOifcCo to .1. N. B.
Williams, nil persons indehtid tosahl
Grin are required to pay thu amounts of
their inileLti'diiess to ma, and -nil buying
nrnmmis agnlnst said llriu will picseut
them to nie for payment ut the olllcu of
H. More & Co.
Titos. It. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, ItUO 4B'J Im
APKIIi 15, 18110.
CALL and GET THE
SPIDER and FLY !
iVnd keep youi'ilf out of fuuhei
mi-chief for a while.
IM'LL Lli.'E OP
Base Ball Goods
NOW ON HAND.
i22 lw 1'iopiictor.
TAI WO OHAN,
M uuifarliirer of Jidh'i'
French Kid & Calf Skin Slices
Veiled ot. si'iveil : nlt, Hmlilti n.
as Numum sjl., : : : P O. Ii 201.
1 NATl'RAL Mineral Water. For
t. side only hv
w. s. i. rc I-:.
Sole Agent & lnipoitcr for tlie Ha
waiian IMniiiN. "i'j:: tf
Government Coupons Lost !
Muveh 2;tnl, Coupon
ipon-iAr.0, Itond N'o.-JUl
' "0. -Ji7
' 8:10, " 'Jl'.I
' Slfy i;
' 1.1. " i'.s
" S1.1, ' l'J'.l
" SI.i, " I ill)
Ilmiolulu, .March 'J.'. 1S1K). .111 tf
TO SPORTSMEN !
riM) U'r for the 11th
I of.lunu Ilaces: 1
Ornv Coll, H years old,
by Gov. Slanlord, dam
Idle Girl, and the (irav
Kdly, :tyeaisolil,hy(lov Stan ford, dam
Faiaiuann. Sealed liiiN lor both homes
w ill hu received anytime during the next
two weeks. Apply to
P. S. Either of these colts will hold
a mottgugc on any racu for Hawaiian
mods in which they may start. Both in
line order. Oil 2w
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On XSuny Tci'ins.
rpilK HcsldPHee of H. 1.
X Lilliuon Ijiinalilo street,
containing J)ouhle Parlors,
Large Dining Hoom,4 bedrooms, Dresi.
ing and bathrooms, Kpchcn and 2 Pan
tries, Detached Servant's House, Stable,
Coach House nnd Chicken Yaid. The
Grounds aru 10.1 feel front and about
1125 feet deep, und arc till laid out with
Pill ins, Hoses nnd Choice Plants. Will
be vacant on ihu Uth May. The Fernery
and Ferns to hu removed unless ngtced
on. 527 lw
COTTAGE convenient to
near lintel Mo.
Address "O. (!.,"
durulu rent dusbed.
rpo rent for 1 month u Large
JL Room or Hull, cither
eround lloor or upstairs, must
bu centrally tltiiuted. 40.1 tf
ltt'iil Estate For Sale.
rpYO Houses and Lots on
X Robello Lane, Pulama.
Convenient to steam nud Ham
ears. Very healthy locality. Lot on
King street, near Hamnukn'b L me. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. HOWLER.
Or Clius, T. Guliek, 4HII thu
For Sale at Low Hates
Phaetons and Top Uuggies,
Tnzer unit i;oiu waller carts, l
lliislnejs Hucaic. Polo and Shaft: ubo,
Second-hand Hacks, Open and Top Hug.
gies, all In good condition; und Horses
suitable for plantation use. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ftTAHLES,
511 lm S I. rilmw, Manager.
SALT FOIt SALE.
J HAVE received n fuw hundred bags
. of Salt, of the vary best quality,
each hag weighing IViO pound?, I will
sell ut very lowest price nt $1 each;
special U'dur.tlnn by the ton Outers
from other Islands will he promptly
attended to with satisfaction gutitnn.
teed. Address nil ordeis to
Cms. I. HIRAM,
f) 1 0 0 m lliilmnlpo, Honnlii'u, Ouliu.
liousa hi's again
.lua lieu, thu bcl
X changed hands
conk in thu city, has lepurciuised thu
stock mid lixtmes, mid will start Ihi
luntuiiriint afresh TUESDAY, April Bill
Hoping all patrons will give him u cull.
iioahi) run wi.i:k:
Outer Room s. l.r.O
Single Meals ?r.
Piivate Room 5 Ml
Single Meal itr.
Dinners, both iooiup "'
J UN 11 KK,
IW1 lw Proprietor
NO. (I King street, nea
Open day and night,
tear I lie iiruige.
it. Meals nt till
hours. Orders lor Oulilornbi nroducu
leeelved. E. T. G1L7.Y,
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
"Wo purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Hond. Many will 'be attracted by thu fact that you are Helling tho
bonds of a life insurance society with assests over S 10.1,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination lo see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
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,
bo able to show actual results on similar Policies.
Scud for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the under-
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of Hie 17. S. Jan-!!)()
A LAHGE ASSORTMENT OF
From 8..i) lo I00 Each.
A. SEED and the CAUBUTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR HOOK OK PHOTOGRAPHY,
mtlTISH PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OK PHOTOGRAPHY
And PHOTOGRAPHIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10!) FORT NTBtKKT. ::::::
E. It. Hkmiiiv, President X Manager.
Goni'ltr.v llKOivs, Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sprockets' Itunlt, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Genl Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Elcetolicrs,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete ussortiu't of Drills it Files,
Tho "Gazelle" ll-wheeled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Rluebeurd Rice Plow, Planters' Steel it Goo.-eneeked Hoe,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes it Urushcs, Manila it Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
3ErIoe, Hose, Hose,
HUHDER, WIRE-HOUND of superior iualily, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tuhlo t Pockef Cutlery,
Powder, Shot it Cups, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Holt Thieuding,
Hurtinan'b Steel Wire Feneo it Steel Wire Muts,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Gate City Stonu Fillers,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
nov-21-8 Ncal's Carriage Paints.
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477 a BOTH TELEPHONES Jffi'477
'Ilia above Stables are now full v
equipped and niu prepared to furnili
tlie public at a moment's notice Willi
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
.Surrey.-, Dog Calls, Etc.. Etc.
Ily I lie Day, Wfflc or.Mont It.
And satisfaction guaranteed. Special
attention paid to the caut of eanhigef.
Cor. Mcrulumt A: ltl lisl Hl.
Opposite the Police Station, both
Telephones 1.V2, and connected by elee
tiio bell witli Stables, mi that a hack
can be called at either place.
fiSTXuw Hacks, Safe Horses, ami
Good, Sober Dilveis.
M. I UKAIIA.M,
.Ms lw Manager.
THE BEST PAPER tiTsuLscHlTe
L lor is the "Dally liullulin." 50
c 'nts per month.
.Ions Enm, Yiee-Presldent.
Ci:cn. Ilnow.v, Auditor.
and decorated; and Wedgtwocd
Base BallGoods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Rase Hull supplies
will leceivci per Strainers Aus.
tralia and Alameda a full
line of the latest
Base Ball Ivelties fori
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not foiget tliut Mrs. Tlios. Lack,
81 Eon street, has the agency
for the world reuownid
Spalding's Sporting Goods.
t2f- Cull for one of
log lies free.
Of S.m Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Kopairer.
Having worked in some of the lnrsct
phtuoaiid organ factories in the Untied
hlates of Amciica, I am fully able and
picpaied to do all kinds of repair work
in thu most satisfactory manner.
Hay Orders can bu left at II. P.
Wiehnian's Jewelry Store, Foil slieut,
at thu Advertiser ollice. or through
Mutual Telephone No. ill7. f,0(l lm
TMRKWOOD for nib) nt Hnwnllnn
JL O iininerchil Stilesn onm, corner oi
Queen and Niuifuiu stree's.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally liulletlu." 50 cent
H. i MlLf' :l.-fei 'A! k&W&.i& ' &' '
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