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OAilU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S !
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Arrlw Honolulu ....
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Anlve Honolulu.. .litis i::tl .;::
Am l-iiinMoii h-Iii- Hubert I.ewcr, Pen-
haltnw, 111) day from l'orl Town--
Si inr Kuala from Kauai
.Sclir Mol Wuhliie from Ilamakiia
Am torn Oceania Vance, Anderson, for
Haw lik V It Godlrey, Dalicl, for San
Am lik Calbarlcti, Perl.ln-, for S:ii
Sinn- Kaala for Kllnuea at '.". p m
Sclir ICawailaul for Konl.iii
Sclir I. nka for IColiala
Sclir Sarah & Ella for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINQ TO-MORROW.
Mini- WG Hall for Lahalna, Maalaea,
ICona. Kai ami the Volcano at II)
o'clock ii m
StnirC It Uiihop for Wnlnnae, Wahiliin
anil Koolau at!) a in
From Wnianao perstmi'C It P.l-linp
April lii V (ir.int. August ami Jin
(Jonr.iilt. ami 1-' deck.
Tlio stun- Kaala brought INSI ling':
siujir from ICanal, and the O It ItMiop
noil bags sugar, 1 1 1 bags rice, (!!l bags
I n id ami -'." packages sundries.
The ehl- Mol Wnhhu; brought this
niriruiiur 21)20 hags sugar from Hawaii
forllii! nark O O Whltmore.
Tapt Walker will take the steamer W
( Hall again on this trip, Capt Frce
iiian not having fully recovered. Among
her passengers will he: His Majesty the
King, Mr Fowler, Col G W Maefarlane,
Mr Nngle, Frank linger, Mr .1 (lllllg.
Mrs C Crouch, II (lllllg and wife, Mm'
(irei'iiwell, Mis L Heiivier.
The 'l-maMcd schooner Oceania Vance
left this afternoon for San Franci-co
with 11,270 hags sugar weighing l.:ili7,
171 pounds ami valued at $i;ii.S10.07.
Tins sugar was shipped by V 0 Irwin &
The Am bk r'alharicn sails thlo after
noon for Han I'raneiseo wlih her enrgo
of coal in transit from Newcastle. Caj t
Perkins was unable to llnd a purchaser
for Ills coal.
The baiks O X Wilcox and C O Whit
iiioi it arc loading sugar at the Klnaii
The new Am -l-inasted schooner Itob
eit Lower-", Capt Do It 1 I'enhallow,
arrived to-day nearly :i() days from Tort
Town-end with ii07,!:isft lough and
diesxod lumber. l.".uo() laths, no.ooo
cedar slilngles, and 70(l."i pickets. Tim
cargo, valued at about $11,070, is con
signed to Moxrs Lowers & Cooke. The
Jtobert l.cwers had light hallling winds
lor tlio ino-t part of her passage, and
on March 22nd encountered a very se
vere gale lasting nearlv four hours.
She was nearly six days In sight of this
u The bktne John Worster is unloading
her coal near thu l' M S S Co's whul,
Hie coal having been sold to the MSN
SYMPATHIZED WITH THE PARTY.
J. M. Vivas sued L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior, for $101) for
translating articles from tlio Adver
tiser for Hie Aurora Ilawaiiana in
Hie. election campaign.
The trinl cauic off in the Police
Court yesterday. Plaintiff appeared
in person, Y. O. Smith for'lhc de
fendant. Mr. Thurston testified that plain
tiff told hint before the election that
he "would do anything to help the
Ucforin Party, as lie was in sympa
thy with it." Prof, do Freitas, edi
tor of the Portuguese paper named,
also said lie would do anything Mr.
Thurston wanted. Defendant had
paid the editor's bill 881 for print
ing aud SoO for translating believ
ing it included all services on the
articles, lie never considered Mr.
Vivas a principal in the matter.
Prof, do Freitas testified that he
reduced his bill from S7.') for trans
lating, because Vivas said "lie
wanted to make something out of it
Judgment was given for $'2"i and
81.1.') costs, and defendant noted an
Dr. Theodore L. Cuyler has re
tired from Lafayette avenue Presby
terian Cliurch, lirooklyn, after a pas
torate of thirty years. His reason was
that he did not wish to outstay his
ability to meet the requirements of
such a church, and he wished to
be thcru to assist the people in trans
ferring the "magnificent vessel to
its new pilot." Dr. Cuyler was to
receive a farewell present of 2o,
01)0. During liis pastorate lie
preached 27iiO sermons, delivered
hundreds of public addresses, made
2,'), 000 pastoral visits, and published
.TJ00 articles in periodicals.
'Thu Iloraco Ciieeey hompslead,
Cliappaqua, has been burned ; loss
81,(1,000, fujly Injured. It was oc
cupied by Miss Gabritilo fH'colcy,
only surviving daughter of the
LOCAL & CKNEfiAL NtWS.
Oiticimih will lio elected ill Mm V.
M. 0. A. meeting to-night.
AiiIiitkinh and rcpnii.s me tn lie
nude to the 1 fonoltilu J)ipi'iisiu.
'1 ur.iii: was a Cabinet nicctiiiK thi.s '
mol niiiL'. mid the four Mini-li.m uvio I
lit till Palace.
Tin: P.oanl r.f Health will shoitly
advoilHi' for Iciidois fin paiai I'm Ihr
Tim: Koy.il Hawaiian limit) will
given cniici'il al tin' Hawaiian Hold
. - .
Mil. Mcineckc of Wiiinliitiu, Ha
waii, oilers for Mile un outlit for mak
ing cailjiiniilcd lieveinges.
OoMi'ANV 15 Honolulu Itillcx have
removed some of their property into
their new nrntbiy, Mclnoniy Hall.
Dn. Ltinily has ictitrneil finin a
professional Irip of several weeks lo
ilic Island of Hawaii, ami lias i
siitucil bis denial practice in Hono
lulu. A nativi: man iiiiuied Leialnbn, on
bis way into town from Knol.iii this
inmiiing, was neaily killed by a stone
fulling on bint and bis Iiuim from
Mr.Miu:its of the chess club are ic
miiuled of the desiie for a full at
tendance this evening at the looms
on Alakea stieet, icar of Central
If. .1. Aiiniiw has purchased I wo
valuable hotting lioiscs in San Fiau
cixco Lyla V, by Ailliiiidui, and
Clam P, by Alauiiuiuo Wilkes, tlio
former for Jf'iO.'iO.
Tin: Hawaiian (Jazolle Company
aiiuouiices its intention to issue a
newilireelory of tlio Hawaiian Isl
ands, "to be based mi the ollieial
census returns which will be taken
this present year."
lir.v. .T. J. Follies, a new mission
ary to Mieioiiesia, died at lvtisaie on
Oct. 20th. He was nianied at Mont
n ul just before leaving fur the Held,
anil took paf-sage at Honolulu on the
latest trip 'jf the Morning Star.
FoitMiitt pupils of the Itoyal School
me reiiuested to meet with the pie
sent school boys at the sehoolhouse
Saturday afternoon al 2 o'clock. Ar
rangements for (he jubilee reinitia
tion tliis year will be the subject of
"A lUxnmoi's Woman" will bo
pioduced at the Hawaiian Opera
House this evening, by the Dijon
Comedy and Dramatic Company.
Seals for this or any peiforinaiice of
Hie company can Ik had at theollice
of L. .1, Levey.
T. K. Hvans, siipeiinleiiilenl of Hie
leper settlement on Molokai, was in
consultation witli the Doaid of
Health, nt its weekly meeting yester
day, in legaid to pioposed improve
nients at, Hie place. Mr. Evans lias
begun the cultivation of Into at the
1H:ak Admiral Kiniberly was given
a reception March 2(ith by tlio New
ton Club of Newton, Mass. It was a
liiilliaut a Hair, and the Boston Cilobc
of tin 27th gives a full account of it,
and also a portrait of the Hear Ad
miral which is a veiy good one.
Among those present wen- Mr. and
ftfrs. P. C. Jones, Miss Ada .Jones,
Mr. ami Airs. W. P. Joiicf, and Mr.
(J. I). Oilman. Mis. P. 0. Jones wore
wine silk, Airs. W. P. Jones, blue
China silk and black velvet; Alis.s
Jones, light gieen silk. Ailvcitiscr.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, al
Monthly meeting, V. M. C. A.,
at 7:1 111).
Honolulu Chapter Xo. I, I. A.
M. at 7:o0.
Stcinitz Chess Club, 7:.'H).
Jlijou Dramatic Company, ( )pera
Sale furniture of 11. 1-'. Glade, by
J. V. Morgan, 10 a. in.
Regular cash sale by L. J. Levev,
10 a. in.
The trial of Ah Hung for larceny
before a foreign jury, yesterday, re
sulted in a verdict of not guilty.
No jury case was ready this fore
noon. Mr. JusUco Dickcrton, presiding
at term, heard O. it. Kcomaka vs.
II. IS. I.olielaui et al., ejectment case
from April term, 188!), and January
term, 1!)0. The bearing was on
plaintiff's motion to strike from
calendar, and after argument the
motion was overruled. W. C. Achi
for plaintiff j S. K. Kane for defend
ant. Mr. Justice McCully at Cham
bers granted petition of Lilia K.
Aliolo for guardianship of Willie K.
Aliolo, a minor, she being appointed
under $1000 bond. C. L. Caiter
for petitioner. On the petition of
the same petitioner, her Dual
account as administratrix of the
estate of Luther Aliolo was ordered
to bo approved and she discharged.
C. L. Carter for petitioner.
The fcamo Justice appointed A. 1,'.
Peterson as trustee of estate of
John 0. DavIps, under the will and
fi000 bond. Peterson for petitioner;
A. Rosa for Annie Davies. A. P.
Peterson was also appointed guard
ian of David, KlUabetli, w ,hy,
Davies, minors, under 8"i00 bond,
The V. S. S. Alliance arrive at
Gibraltar from Malaga,, where she,
was refused admittance nwiuir tn
I not having a clean bill of health,
NOTES I'HOM AfiOICA.
(Coneeponileiic'iif tlio lb I I I'.rtN.)
Sax KitANcisni, April !).
The- Alameda was detained to dale
walling the anival of I he Kuglish
Ausliallan mail, which should have
been despatched I rout New Voik for
this city on the ,10th ultimo. It was
on the llotlnua, however, and did
not arrive ul New York until the
llli, several days Ik hind lime. The
liotlmia, although a staunch sea
woilhy hip, is I lit' slowest, of the
Cimard licet, and ran hardly be
classed among modern steamers.
Her selection by the Kiigllsh postal
authorities was unfortunate, but it
is slated that the London Pnst-ollicc
makes a point to despatch the Aus
tralian mail via San Francisco by
slow steamers, lo discredit the ser
vice and cause the withdrawal of the
Colonies from the American postal
The accident to the "ocean grey
hound," the famous City of Paris,
on her last trip to Kngland, was lor
lunalely not attended by fatal re
sults, i'liere were over one thousand
people on boaid, and she wo'iild have
perished unquestionably if a .storm
had set in. One of the engines col
lapsed when the steamer was about
three hundred miles from Fastnet.
The ponderous machinery broke
down several compartments and then
fell through the steel bottom of the
ship. She was towed into (Jnccns
lowu harbor March iiOth, and the
hole in her side and bottom licin?
temporarily closed, tugs took her lo
Liverpool where she will be dock-id
1 refer you to the American pa
pers for details of the destruction
wrought by the great tornado which
wrecked (lie cilvof Louisville March
28th, aud eul a path of desolation
and death through several States.
Wiggins, the Canadian weather
sharp, came within four days of pre
dicting the exact date, in his weather
forecast for the year. He proceeds
upon scieiitilic principles, and has
been singularly accurate in his fore
casts. It is evident that the law of
storms and the causes of atmos
pheric disturbance deserve much
greater attention than has been
given to them by scientists, in t lie
interest ol navigation and ocean
commerce. No damage was sustain
ed by Canadian vessels in the late
sto'.tn because they heeded Wiggins'
warning and kept snug in port until
the tornado spent its fury.
1 loods in the Mississippi alley
gi eater than ever known have been
forecast by the United States Wea
ther Rureaii, and New Orleans has.
been advised lo prepare for a terri
ble and disastrous inundation. Low
lying lands along the upper reaches
ol the great liver have been over
flowed for some time, and new
breaks in the levees are leported
from time to lime. It is storming
throughout the valley, and there is
reason lo apprehend a bad time for
the Crescent City when the Hood
crest ultimately strikes it. Despite
Hie enormous drainage or diversion
of water from the river channel
through the crevasses, the river
does not fall at any point where a
record is kept. An immense de
struction of property has already
taken place, but Hie loss of life
has not been great.
Floods arc anticipated later in the
season in California in consequence
of the heavy fall of snow in the
mountains. A forty feet layer of
snow is piled up in the Sierras, and
when it begins to melt under the
warm spring rains there will be an
overllow in the valleys.
The religious cranks who have
been ttirrcd up by the sensational
preaching of Mrs. Woodworth at
Oakland, and Hie predictions of one
Krickson, a Swede, now in Stock
ton insane asylum, are "fleeing to
the mountains" to escape Hie threat
ened destruction of Oakland, Ala
meda and San Francisco on the 1 llli
instant. They arc very much in
earnest, and include several well-to-do
people. The following memo
rial, backed by their desertion of
their homes, attest, their complete
faith in Krickson's prophecy. The
memorial appeared as under, in the
hxainincr of April Tilli:
Oakland, April I. Prophet Krick
son is reposing very quietly in the
Stockton insane Asylum. Dennett,
the bicycle evangelist, lias lied to
St. Louis and Airs. Woodworth is
trying to get Santa Rosa lo sec the
error of its way, but their disciples
still linger in Oakland, and occa
sional!' one comes bcfoic Judge
Gibson to be sentenced to Stockton,
lint the remainder arc making it
very lively for Oakland, and Ihey
are gradually extending their at
tacks. Their latest assault is upon
Governor Waterman and Mr. Do
ruck. It is in the shape of the fol
lowing extraordinary petition :
To His Excellency Ibo Ciovernor of
the State of California UitniTiNO :
Intelligence lias doubtless come lo
your Kxeelleney that a gieat eaitb
quako ami tidal wave are prophesied
todestioy the cities of San KrancUco,
Oakland ami Alameda,
We, the undersigned, would beg
leave lo call the attention of your
excellency to tbo following facts:
While a number of Hod's people in
Oakland weio unitedly seeking His
face and tlio ontppuiiug of Ilia Holy
Spiiil upon them, after llio'piitlerii
of Acts i, 1 1, many of them fell un
der the great power of flod and had
many isions, dieams mid prophe
cies as promised iu Arts li.,17:lK,aid
The purport of the great body of,
these visions, dreams and prophecies
waslhiit the end of liu wot Id, i.e., o(
Ibis dispensation, vas just aboqt to
bo ushered in by a series of judg
nieiiis, beginning willi Urn following
liwAinnii in tiiic , i fan linn
ciseo, Oakland, Alumeiln, Chicago
Heiewilb is enclosed a cnp of the
vision as published by our Cbiistiau
hiolber, (leorge A. F.iirkson.
Sesernl bad viinu of the destruc
tion of the thiee lirsl-meutioned cit
ies pievious to the one by K'ickson
above lefened to. A huge number
bae bad Ibeiu since.
Ill view of those fart", we, the un
deisigiied, would 1111)11 himihlv niul
eaiiieslly petition youi Kxcrllrnry
Fii-i-lly Thai a day or days be ap
pointed to be oli-M'rvcd tbioiigbout
Ilic State, for humiliation befme Hod,
by fasting aud prayer in all the
churches', and H1.1l all the mill
isteis and chinches keep the time
solemnly unto the Lord, if, peiadven
ttue, He will, upon our united bum
bling ourselves befoie him, lepent
him of the execution of thi judg
ment, us be did in tbo ease of con
trite Nineveh (See Jonah iii.-iv.,ll).
Heeondly That till tho-r who air
incarcerated within the walls of the
city mid county jails in San I'ran
eiseo, Oakland ami Alameda, mid aUo
in San (Jiicnliu, be iciiioumI to some
place of safely not later Iban the 7lb
Thiidly That all the I'nited Slate
Treasuiy securities, etc., in the mini,
banks 01 elsewbeie be leinoved for
safr keeping not later than April 7,
lS'.IO, A. 1).
Heiewilb is appended the names
of tliosejvhn b:ie had the prophecy
of the destiuction of the three rilies
con linn cd to them by the l.oid (lid
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
A tog signal prematurely exploded
April .'1 at the famous Hell liock
lighthouse, off the east coast o.f
Scotland. The dome was shattered
by the explosion and the light ex
tinguislied for the first time since
Hie lighthouse was built in 1811.
After the explosion a passenger
steamer had a narrow- escape from
being wrecked on the reef, owing to
the absence of the light.
The l'orUguese Government lias
invited one linn in America and
several llrms in other countries to
make tenders for the construction of
four new cruisers. Xo tenders Iroiu
lCnglish (inns have been invited.
Ciencral Kenwick, senior General
of the lirilUh army, died at London,
Canada, aged !)() years. He was a
lesideut of that town for nearly
A Hamburg correspondent says
that in contrast with Hismarck's
policy, Emperor William intends lo
pave the way to an entente with
France, and thus isolate Russia.
The Austrian alliance, it addu, re
Father Sehynse, who returned to
the coast with Stanley and Emiu,lias
published ins diary. lie declares
that he has ICmin's authority for the
statement that Emin, after talking
with Stanley, became imbued with
the belief that the latter aimed less
at bis rescue than at the possession
of his province and stores of ivory.
IJich coal discoveries have been
made in Quertaro, Mexico.
The American Consul at l'laiien,
Germany, has been robbed of jewels
valued at SoOOO.
Judge Itatsford of New llruns
wick, Canada, in a faint fell back
ward out of a window in the Mono
ton Club, receiving injuries from
which lie died. lie was 77 years
of age and a pioneer of the Royal
Arch Masons, Hie local lodge being
called after him.
Thirteen representative men of
tiie South have written and will soon
publish a book entitled: "Why the
Solid South? or, Reconstruction
and its Results."
A serious state of affairs exists
on the Lower Mississippi, whole
plantations being .under water from
an overllow of the liver.
Twenty-live thousand Mormons
from Utah are expected to join the
.settlement in the Canadian North
west this spring.
FOK SALE CHEAP
ACOMPLLTK outlit for making and
dispensing eaihnuated heverag s,
all In good order. Address
.VII .".in Walohiim, Hawaii.
AltltlOIlT Yoiui'' Man lit woik al
telephone MVItchhoaiil. None
hut polite need apply.
5211 tf Secretary .Mutual Tele. Co.
BY a Herman Woman, ullualion, lo
do hi'iusework and take raie of
children. Applv at "l.'.l I'oit Sliert."
QITl'ATIONS, by Man and Wife, the
O foi mur to take raie of horses and
yard, the latter to do housework and
lake caie of chilibeii. Applv "LII Knit
Stieet.'' ' .i'JSIII
COPIES of Ihe Daii.v IIi-i.i.ctin, ul,
the dates specllted heuw, .10 cents
a copy will he paid for t lit same on
delivery at this oUce;
.fa 11 miry tit, insi, !i 'ttil,
rpilIH well.kiunvn Iioiih-i lies iifinbi
JL clitmgul liamH .Inn Hco, ihu hest
cook ill the city, has icpuichiiscd the
stork mid llMurrs, mid will start tic
ichtuiirant afresh TL'KSDA V. April Kill.
Hoping all pillions will give him 11 call.
iioAun run vi:i:k:
Outer Itnuiii , f I f,0
.Singh! Meals .'
Private Itooin 1 r.ri0
Single. Meal;- ur,
Dimicrf, holh lomiis ','J
JUN II KK,
Steam Jol) Printing
TliN olllrc having added a huge xaib'U
of the lale-t tylc of
To Its Job Prinliii( Room
I helter prepared Ihau eer to esecule
all oi'dci's in that Hue. compiIiug:
Letter Head-. .
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Elc, Elc.,
ALL AT LOW ItATIN. -
"Daily Bulletin Office,"
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On Kiisi. 'iVi-iiin.
'piIB Itu.'iilcii of It. I.
1 I. Silicon 1,'iuidiloslreet,
i-Miiaiiiiiig Double. Parlors,
Larue Dining Hcoin.l lied rooms, Drct.
big and liiiilirrmiH, Kl ehen and 'J Pan.
tries, Di'liKhcil Servant's. House, Stable,
Coach House niul Chicken Y1111I. The
Grounds me 10t feet front anil about
:!2."t feet dce. and arc .,11 hiid out with
Palms, Roses niul Choice Plants. Will
he vacant on the t'lli May. The Kcincry
and l'erus lo he rciunvu'l unles agreed
wu 7 1 w
A NICE Furnished Room
1,, ., ... 1. 1 11.. i... ..
bStt gentleman iieim.iuenil'v ie-
-idiug In the cln. Address "No. ."i,"
1:1 1.1.1:1 in onicc. ;.:;o:ti
kmila A COTT.VCK coaveuieiilto
Gfi&cfiS street cats. Would like
mSsmW quiet place near Until. Mo.
ilcrnli rent desired. Address "C. ('.,'
lli'i.i.h-riN Oilier. fi'HI tf
WANT I ID
MfcjL 'I'd lent for 1 month a Large
ffiuSw - Itnoin ot Hall, cither
fttjiiliiiTl ground (loot or upstair.'1, must
he centrally miii lied )!)." tl
lU'sl Estale For Sale.
rpWO Houses and I.oti
X Robcllo Line, Pain
Convenient to steam aud tiam
earn. Very healthy Inr-alitv. Lot on
Kinc street, near tla'mauku's Line. For
particulars apply lo
JOHN P. UOWLKlt.
Or j'ln'. T. Oiilick. pill :iiu
For Salo at Low Kates
"YTEW PhacloiiK and Top Haggles.
1 Eraser and Cold Waller Carts, I
H.isiucss Huggie, Pole and Shaft; also,
Second ham! Hacks, Open and Top Hug.
gits, all in good condition; and Hor.-e
suitiihle for plantation ue. Applv
HAWAIIAN 1IOTKL STAULKS,
511 tin S L Shaw, Man i(ier.
SALT FOIt SALE.
J HA VK received a few hundred bags
of Sail, of the very hest ipmliiy.
u.ich hag weighing 120 pound", I will
sell at very lowest price al $1 eaeh;
special reduction hy the ton. Orders
from other Islands will he promptly
alt ended tn with satisfaction guaran
teed. Address all ordeis lo
Ciias 1. HIRAM,
SPC'in, llabnoipo, HoiiqIh'ii, OivIiii.
CHUN KOW I.h no longer in my cm.
ploy, and is not authorized to sij,'n
my ntinie or act for me in anv uinuuer
whatever. I-'AI KEE.
Honolulu. Marc:. 22, 1FII0. ftlii lw
MRS. OSHORNE Is now prepared to
i;ive instructions iu Fancy Woik
at "Tlio Arlington," Room C. Class,
Lessons: Mondays, Wednesdays and"
Kihlays. Private lesoiH by special
arrangement. Stamping aiid orders
promptly attended to. febiM-ly
HAVING sold out my hitmen in lb
III m or It MoieitCo lo J. N. S.
illiiiuiK, all persons iuilehtul to s.iiil
firm are tequired lo pay the amounts ol
llieir indehU'dness to me, ntul all h-iviug
iiccowiiis against said ll m will pici-ni
Ihem to in lor p'lyniunt at the oillee ol
It. Muio iV Co.
Titos. R, LUCAS.
Honolulu, I'eh. 1, istMl -1H2 liu
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in tin; ''Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," al 13s. Port street, 1 mil
prepared to continue the ahove business
under lliu old name, of Honolulu Car.
li-igu M mm facility, and being 1111 old
expei leiicid carriage huihler I solicit
Hie titttioinigc of my old Iriends and thu
nubile in geiieial.iiud with my thorough
UMiwhdi'e ol ihu husiiiess and withe.,,
iiciienced w-orkiuen .111111 using only the
best material 1 giinraiitui gciieial satis.
faction. Please call and bit me. Indole
(Signed): (JIDECN WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. 1H. issll. :t tf
Dr. M. 15. CJKOSSMAN,
Ituliiriieil 011 thu Aiisliidla and lias re.
fcuuii'd priielleu at his former oillee, U1
lintel stieet. -1111! If
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of. the United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Agimls.
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Many will be 'attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society witli assesls over S 10."), 000,000. 00, and
will not fail upon examination lo see its intiiii-ie merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able lo quote the restilti 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.
"HENRY 15. 11YDI-:,
ItvV" Semi lor illu.sltative pamphlets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agenl for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable. Life Assurance Socie.lv
of the l S. Jan-l-'.m
A LA ROE ASSORTMENT OP
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From !fS.."i0 to iflOO Each.
The M. A. SEED and the CARI5PTT DRY PLATES,
The YEAR HOOK OP PHOTOHRAPH Y,
HR1TISH PHOTOORAPHIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN ANNHAL'OP PHOTOHRAPH Y
Aud PHOTOliRAPIIlC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
I Ol) F4T STItr.F.T.
E. R. Hr.Nimv, President A; Manager. .Ions lv, Yiee-Pre-ldent.
(jOitrni'.V lluow.N. Seerr'aiv.c Treasurer. Cr.cu. Hikivvn, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO,,
Oppo. MprocRcl.' Itunk, : Fort Sti-ret. Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wcdgcwocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandeliers .v. Eleetolicrs,
Lamp Kixtuies uf all kinds, A complete asMiitni't of Drills & Files,
FLOTATION SUPPLIES Rf. BYBRY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazelle" D-wbeeled Riding Plow .t Eipializer.
Hluebeaid Rice Plow, Planters' Steel A- Uooieneclced Hose,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes t Brushes, Manila u. Sisal Pope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, XXowe, Homc,
RIIHHER, WIRE-HOUND of sup-rior I'tulity, it STEAM,
Agate Hon Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table .t Pocket (Jutlrry,
Powdrr, Shot it Cap-, Tbo Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cm Indues,
Hart's Patent "Duplev" Die Slock for Pipe A Holt Threading,
n.irlin.in's Steed Wire Fence it Steel Wiro .Mats,
Win. I!. Fisher's Wrought Steel Ranges
Oatc City .Stone Fillers,
"New Pioee.s" Twist Drills,
HOV-2SI-89 Neal's Caniage l'ainls.
LIYERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477 " E0TH TELEPHONES fir4.77
The nbiiio Stables are now fully
equipped and an prepmed to finiii-ii
the jiuhllc at a iiioineut'.s iiotlee with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Sin ivy-, DoCaits, Etc.. Elc.
Itytlio l)ay,W'eeloi.Moiilli. j
And atlfaetinn fjuaranteeil. Special !
intention paid to the can of eaiiia;r.
HACK STAND: '
'or. Morcluml A ICtl Iwl Hi r-.
Oppoilu tlm Poller Stnllou. Until
Telephones l.VJ, and connected hv elee
tile hell with Mahle, .11 Ihat a h:icl
can he railed at either place.
JtaV-New llaeljs, Safe Horse?, ami ,
(10111I, Sober l)ileis.
s. r. ;uaiia.ii,
THE BEST PAPER lo miIwtIIhi
JL for Is thu "Daily Uullutln." 00
e mis per month.
Tin - :
Base BatMGoods !
Mrs. TH0S. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Haso Hull supplier
will iccelvr per Steamer Aus.
tralia ami Alameda 11 full
line of the latest
Base Ball Novelties for '90
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not forget that Mrs. Thos. Lack,
81 Fori street, has the agency
for the world renowiud
Spalding's Sporiiu (Joods.
EET Call lor one of Spalding's Cntii
logons free. ' 3U Iw
Of Saa Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked in some or Hie larger
piuno and organ factories iu the United
States ot America, I am fully utile mid
nrepaied to do all Uiuds of fepnir work
in the most salislaeiory mamiiir.
VST Ordurs can liu left irl II. P.
Wieliinan's Jewelry Store, Knit siieei,
tit tlio AdvertUrr oilier, or thrnugh
Mutual Telephone. No ill. fO.ti lm
1MUF.WOOD fur mle nt Hawiiiii.fr
Commercial Kalesn oiih, corner of
liueen and Niiiinnu streety. 'try tf
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "The luily Hiilk'tln." Ou (eiil.