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FlllDAY, APML 18, 1890.
OAIIU HA1LWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
lll'IIU All TltAl.S!'.
A. M. I". M.
J.eaVC Honolulu ilillll i:lnl
Aulve .Miiiiuiiu tuts i':is
Leave Maiiuiiu It :IM -l:oll
Allle llonollllil 11:1-: :W
si miav 1IMIXS.
A. M. 1. M. !. M.
Leave Honolulu... !i:::n i'J:::o :i:iiii
AlllvcManana ...10:1$ 1:1M ;l:IS
hcive M annua.... II :0n 1:1:1 I :ii.'
Alllve Honolulu. ..Hits l::it I :'.:!
Htinr.l A Cummins from Knolau
.Stun .Ins MhUim from Knual
Sclir Knalnkai fioin Waiauae
.Sclir Mokuola fioin Ewn
Sclir Kiib ltny fi oin Ewu
Am tern Allen A, .Snj;e. 17 1 : 1 - bum
Am 1k Calli:u!(ii, Pciklu-, Tor .Sail
slmr W G Hall fur Lahalna, Maalacn,
lioua, Kan ninl tliu Volcano at til
o'clock a m
Shnr U 11 Pishop for Walanao, M'alalnsi
and Koolau at '.I a in
Stinr .las Makee for Knpaa ai fi p in
Sclir Mukiiolu for Ewa
For Maul ami Hawaii pur slmr W O
Hull. April 18 -For way ports: 111
Majesty tin; Kin-,', Misj McOrcw, E It
Filcl, anil .Mrs H Kulhelaiii. For the
Volcano: Hon W ( ami Mrs Irwin,
clillil anil nurse, Mis Ivfirs, Miss Jbiru
aril, Hon Sam Parker ami wife, Miss
ISrnwn, l.'nl Ci V Maefiirlane, Mr Fowl
er, Mr Kagle, Frank Uiwer, Mrs .1 (III
11, Mrs OCroiieh, II Ollllj,' ami wife,
Mrslirecnwell, ami MNs Jj Ilerlvler.
ji The sclir Kaalokal discharged her
'.hid hags suigar Into Hie bark' Allien
llese this ufternnon.
The harks l.aily I.anip-on. C I) ltry
ant, ami Forest Queen may he expected
lo arrlvu fiom San Franci-cu in a few
The hark Velocity will sail for Hong
kong with Chinese. passengers about the
end of this month.
TIib stmr Klnan is due to-morrow
morning from windward ports.
Tliestinr .lames Makee anlved from
Kupir.i this morning with 2."D0 has m
gar for the bark O O Whllinore. She
hail also Hi bead cattlfortheOerniania
Alarket. The .fames Makee leaves again
The bark Oalharlcn, winch was ex
pected to leave yesteiday afternoon
with her eoal In transit for" San Fran
cisco, did not leave till this afternoon.
Seventy Japanese immigrants were
shipped to the ICahuku Plantation this
morning by the McamcrC Jt lilshop.
The Am tern Allen A, Capt Singe,
arrived hist, night 17 days from Hum
boldt, California, with L'S'.U'.H feet rcil
wood lumber, 1(),:l.V feet T it i red
wood lmnber, 10,000 pickets, and -l.'il,-J.'.O
shingles. 'I be Allen A is consigned
lo Mexr.4 Wilder & Co.
The bark Alden Ilese will leave sonic
lime next week with sugar for San
The Mini J A Ciimintiis brought 7i!."
bags sugar this morning from Koolau.
The bark W U Godfrey left yesterday
for San Francisco with Hi.'.i'.U hags su
gar shipped as follows : Castle it Cooke,
riliifl hags sugar, F A Scbaefer it Co,
l.'OI bags; C ltrewcr it Co, 10,:i.1l bags,
l.VJ I dry bides, ami COO goat skins. To
tals: io."i() tons, domestic value, $10i),
i;r.S.l2. EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7 :.'10.
l'olyiicsian Kncainpincnt No. 1, I.
O. O. F., at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
II. at 7:.'J0.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Drill Co. I) Ilonolitlii Hilled, at
Healani Hoat Club, 7: 30.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand will
play this evening at the Hawaiian
Hotel, commencing a 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
)verture French Comedy ftela
Waltz Southern Urccze Mcisier
Lancers Mlkad Sullivan
Selection Mliiainoto (by request)..
I.ipolipo. Malauai. Malilua Malama
lama. TAUT M.
-Night In New York...llrooks
Gavotti! Till nk of Me...
Schottische Down Went JIcGlnty
Walt. I.ittln Auulu Hooney Casey
DEATH OF C. H. JUDD.
Col. the Hon. Charles II. .Titdd
died at Kualoa on this island this
morning at live minutes past three
o'clock. He was a son of the late
Hon. G. P. Judd and brother of
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice.
Col. Judd was a member of the
I'rivy Council, and, under the old
Constitution, of the House of Nobles.
Hu was His .Majesty's Chamberlain
for a number of years ending in
1H8C. The lamented gentleman was
about fili years of age. He was a
twin brother of the late Airs. Laura
Dickson. Surviving sisters are Mrs.
S. CJ. Wilder, Mrs. II. A. l Carter,
wife of the Hawaiian Minister at
Washington, and Miss Helen S.
Judd. Hu loft a widow and small
family, a daughter being tho wife of
Mr. F. M. Swanzy. Chief Justice
Judd and Mr. Swan.y were at Kua
loa the lafllday or two of Col. Judd's
LOCAL & KEHKHAI. MS.
Don't ntins ))tij Ciui'l.Ht,
Mc-JtiHTV gtie down iiKiitu lU'ili;liti
Tin: Cabinet 1ms decided In eon
vi'iio (In1 Legislntuio on May 21.
Tin: I'lintlicoit Slnbles ndvciti'-c a
bus lino lo the baseball grounds.
Tin: mof of the Station House had
a phenomenal iip.pe.iiaucclasl night!
Tin: King was a passenger by t In
V. G. Hall for Ivailua, Hawaii, to
A i .Mint: putty left fin (lit' Volcano
by Hie W. (1. Hall, as will 1' seen in
Ilii' pasn'iigcr list.
Attiin'tiox is called lo tin1 new
notice of Hie I'nioii lion works Co.,
.1. .V. H. Williams, ntanagcr.
AxoniMit invoice of tlie famous
Fischer range lias been leeched by
tin1 Hawaiian Hanhvntv Co.
At to-night's concert the band will
play a selection from Lieut. Filletto'.s
opera, ".Miu.HiHjo," by iiitusL
llAXDirtiM'i' fot .Ma i eh lias been
leceivei! fioin I he Kainehaniclia
School piintiug loom. Its coutciits
vaty ironi solid to spicy.
Tin: lioyal School boys' meeting
will be held to-inonow at one instead
of two o'clock, to give the boys a
chance to see the baseball game.
Ir tho gentleman who borrowed
from this ollleo a bound volume of
the Daii.v IlL'i.i.m ix, ending nl April,
ISSI'i, will return Hie same at his ear
liest convenience, lie will be thanked.
Tin: Steinitz Chess Club was well
attended last night, and there were
keen games between strong playeis.
Authority was voted In the eNceulive
committee legaidiug peinianeiit
That line dapple giay man1 be
longing to Mr. T. .!, King, and used
in the stieet spiiukliug cart, met
willi an accident last evening, dis
locating her left, slille joint. The in
jury lias been tectilied.
Tin: Ilijou Comedy Co. will pie.-enl
"A D.ingeious Woman" at a nuilince
in tlie Opera House, at two o'clock
Satiiiday afternoon. Trices aie ic
duceil to i"0 cents and i2" cents for
adults and children respectively.
Mi:. Mcljueeii's boise attached to a
brake ran away this morning. The
brake in its, mpid Might up Fort
sheet fiom the city front to School
street, when1 the horse was stopped,
collided with a Portuguese team, also
capsiud and righted itself on its
wheels again, without doing any ma
te) ial damage.
"Daw Crockett," one of the most
popular plays of the age, will be
placed on the boards of the Hawaiian
Opera House, Saturday evening, by
the Ilijou company. Special scenery
will be picpaied for the pioituctiou.
Fiank Cleaves will have the pait of
"Davy Crockett." Tlie box plan is
open at the oflleo of L. J. Levey,
where teats for any evening of Hie
season can also be had.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
MuoroHHriil OponliiK or (lie Ill.fuil
4'oiniMly !i)iiii.iiiy-."A Diuixt'i-oiiM
tViiiiiuu'' llcl'uii- it I'lill Huumc.
The Dijou Comedy and Dramatic
Company opened their season at the
Hawaiian Opera House yesterday
evening, in Hartley Campbell's
comedy in live acts "A Dangerous
Woman." They had a full house
which they succeeded in pleasing to
a high degree. The following was
the cast of characters :
Florence Giantly..Miss Ll.zle Lhighain
Itlunche. Sterling. ..Miss Iniogeue liberie
Sallle Annie. Wiiildles.MlssLniio Atwood
Harry Granlly Mr. Walter Adrian
.lames Garilou. ...'..Mr. Frank Cleaves
Uncle Burdett Mr. Win. Fi. Kobcrts
lessoi Mr. Fred.. I. Atwood
Muggs Mr. Horace F.wing
doe I'luimiiLT Mr. Francis liisluy
The characters were uniformly
well represented. Occasionally the
ladles were even brilliant. It is not
a "loud" play but has some striking
situations, which were capitally pro
duced on this occasion. The cur
tain tableaux were all very effective,
producing rousing applause through
out the house.
Miss I.ingham carried her part
through very graceful, and her
elocution was excellent. Shu show
ed much skill in the place where a
foreign accent had to be assumed to
complete a disguise. Miss liberie
being tho "dangerous woman" had
the most exacting part but did not
tail in doing it justice. Miss At
wood did her part of the housemaid
very naturally, and took the gal
leries by &torniwith the singing of
"Little Annie Hooney."
Messrs. Adrian, Hoberls, and At
wood had .sober parts which
they (piitc faithfully presented
in speech and action. Mr. Adrian
gave a llnished gentlemanly render
ing of the misguided husband. Mr.
Cleaves proved himself a good ac
tor with reserved powers equal to
the demands of a more dilllcult
character than that assumed on this
occasion. Mr. Iiwing displayed the
abilities of a thoroughly good come
dian, never allowing smiles to fade
from his auditors' faces tor a mo
ment. Orchestral accompaniment was
iiirnifliieii ny i-rof. Sauvlet, violin,
and Frof. Herger, piano, the selec
tions being popular and well played.
Heforo the last act Mr. Adrian
announced n repetition of the play
for Saturday's matinee, and that
"Davy Crockett" would bo played
Saturday night, with Mr. Fiank
Cleaves in the title role.
Technical liislituto for Ha
I'ltiiinliillitii imt riiiitiM'ei.-siie mill
Situated on a gentle slope over
looking tin1 cily of Honolulu, and
all'ording a dellglittul view of the
distant ocean, is Hie Katnehaineha
School for lioys. Tin1 enclosure of
the actual site contains about eighty
acres and is a portion of an ili ex
tending from the summit of the
Ntiuauit ridge, lying between the
Kalilii and Nuttanu valleys, to the
water's edge. This tract, a portion
of the estate of Hie lamented Der
uicc l'auahi Dishop, Is redeemed
fiom sultriness and oppressiveness
by the winds laden with health which
sweep through the valleys,
The school for boys forms but a
partial realization of the scheme of
benevolence planned by -Mrs.
Hishop. Deeply impressed by the
visible decadence ot the Hawaiian
race, the lady recognized ignorance
as a factor of possible extinction.
The coincident alliance between in
telligence and race increase, appa
rent in other nationalities, continued
her resolve to place her own people
on a parallel plane of intellectual
ity. To this end she bequeathed
the bulk of her wealth for the esta
blishment and maintenance of
school for both boys and girls
which should rival similar institutions
of more favored lands. Thus should
the llickering breath of the last of a
kingly line desert tlie dying frame
to regain animation in a living insti
tution, and thus should the glory of
the Kamcliamclias live on in the ele
vated condition of the race. Tlie
provisions of the will betray sagacity
equal to beneficence. The noble
founder took adequate precautions
against tlie blocking of her charita
ble intentions, jl'hc last codicil in
sists on the establishment of the
boys' school on a successful basis
before the commencement of the
gills' school, and the income thus
escaping division was made more
available by concentration on one
object. She named as trustees Chas.
H. Hishop, Sair.ttel M. Damon, Chas.
M. Coulee, Chas. M. Hyde and W.
O. Smith, conterring upon them full
control of her possessions and lull
liberty of action in furtherance of
her benevolent intentions. The es
tate thus entrusted to their discre
tion amounts to about 8100,000 and
yields an income of about S 10,000.
Several life leases, amounting to
about S 100,000, will on the death
of the benellciaries revert lo the cus
tody of the trustees and will swell
the income say S10.000. F.y the
terms of the testament the trustees
ma' at their option dispose of prop
erly and ma' also acquire realty.
The immense drain on the funds ne
cessitated b' .the founding of the
boys' school has forced a slight re
duction of the estate. Hut as in
come is the desideratum it is impro-.
liable that any material diminution
of the property will take place.
The annual reports thus far filed
b' the trustees show :
Itece'ned from Exe
cutors. iSs." s is.;o." i '.i
Keeeived from other
sources, ltjsti -j.VJ:i 70
Itecelved fiom other
sources, 1887 I.'M-JS :'.7
Itecelved from other
sources, 1&S8 lilSMI rS
Itecelved fi out other
sources, issti ir,:ts :m
School, 188(5 HftTI OH !S:ilO!)7 11
For other put poses
18S15 l(52i:i Oi
School, 1887 t"t:i2S 07
For other purposes
1887 im-ji s: rims :,r,
School, IMS :I:I10 77
For other purposes
18S8 l.'!77L' SI!) WISH II
School, 1880 :i77yt) -j:i
For oilier purposes
1 8S!) 1 7r)7(i 1 '' r..-.::o:. !!7
An excess of expenditures over
receipts of S.'138.01 is thus shown.
This was of course only a tempo
rary balance which was adjusted out
of lirst accruing receipts.
The receipts include tuition de
rived from tho school as well as
rents and other income from the
estate. To a slight degree they are
augmented by sales of property.
The outlay for ICamehamcha School
includes only items of expenditure
for the direct benefit of tli property
or expenses incidental to the main
tenance of tlie institution and does
not refer to such items as trustee
commissions, taxes, etc. Tlie
amount directly applied to the
school benefit from its inception to
January 1, 181)0, as per trustees'
statements, is 813H, 337.78.
which now present such an inviting
appearance wero formerly thickly
strewn with immense lava boulders.
Patient and unremitting industry
bus wrought a miracle of transform
ation. The laud set apart for school
uses is bounded on the south by thu
King street road and on the east by
a lane commnuulng at tho termina
tion of tho street railway and riiu
niug northerly. Kntering the
grounds from this lane a fine car
riage road winds to the lelt in a
Imi'M' slihn course nntl ends In King j
iltt't't, load. This drhc embraces j
ttiiiiin its ii'ini-i'iri'ie tiu ciimpii'i
now In a ntah: ol niiriOilineaa mid
also tho gtotip of buildings devoted
to indtistiial uses. Tlie niiHdi1 of
tlie road cm vu is skirted with
uhich will be described in their or
der. As the various buildings have
heretofore been the subjects of news
paper dcsciiptions, only such allu- t
tions lo their features us are de
manded by this aiticle will be in
dulged in. That Hie descriptions
heretofore written are fragmentary
owing to the Improvements being in
ptogtess will justify a recapitula
tion, however deoid of details, to
preserve coherence. A neat two
story dormitory containing 2."i sleep
ing rooms and a lavatory Is the first
in order. The rooms are 10 x 1.1
feet and have a height of 10 feet in
the lower and 0 feet in the upper
stories. The dining hall is built in
the form of a cross, Hie long arm be
ing 80 x 2'J feet and the short one
13 x 30 feet. A wing of tho long
arm iM x 2!) feet is temporarily par
titioned off the dining hall for the
use of tho lvamehanielia Glee Club.
Tlie leinaiuing room space in tin;
form of a letter T is supplied with
10 tables capable of seating 10 each.
The chairs arc shod with rubber.
The dining hall is high and airy and
when the pailition alluded to is re
moved will be sufficiently spacious
to accommodate 200. A passage
way connects the dining room with
a large stone kitchen, adjoining
which arc a scullery, pantry anil
store room, the whole being pro
vided with a cement lloor. A large
oven range and all the modern im
provements belonging to a lirstelass
kitchen are a part of the culinary
corresponding in description with
the first excepting in- dimensions of
rooms, which are S x 12 feet, then
follow. Somewhat jn the rear ol'
these is tho "model"'dorinitory, re
cently erected, containing 31 rooms
each "8 x 12 feet, a lavatory fi x 12
feet, and the teacher's room which
is twice tlie size of the others. A
teacher Is assigned "to each dormi
tory. The bedsteads throughout
are single iron frames. Over each
door is a wire netting transom. The
halls arc spacious and Hie stairways
broad and easy of ascent. The win
dows are capped outside witli a
slate-covered canopy. Tlie build
ings thus far mentioned are all built
of wood and display plain yet table
A I.AUXI1KY lll'II.DINl.
20 x -1.1 feet constructed of corru
gated iron affords washing facilities
lo pupils wishing to avail themselves
of them. The washing room is fit
ted willi a long trough divided into
21 sections for individual uses.
Water discharges into each section
by turning faucets. A separate
waste pipe leads from each section
conveying away the waste water.
Till: l'KINCIPAI.'S ItKsIlll'.NCi:
fronts on the upper part of curve.
It is a roomy edifice of two stories
and presents an elegant exterior.
Diagonally back of this residence is
tlie Gymnasium Huilding now used
for school purposes. A large as
sembly room accommodating 130
pupils and two rooms of "less size
seating 30 each take up the interior
space. On tlie completion of the
main hull the building will be de
voted to athletic uses.
Tin: Mi.vsr.i,')! hiii.divi.,
the gift of lion. Chas. It. Bishop us
a supplement to his departed wife's
benevolence, is approaching comple
tion and will cost not less than
S(!0,0()0. The structure is of antique
style of architecture and is built ol
hewn blocks of lava abounding on
the place. The pile commences
with an oblong building of two lofty
stories .13ft. oin. by 33ft. 8in. The
centre addition surmounted with
the tower projects slightly in front
and is 20ft. tin. by .'lilt. l!in. in
cluding a vestibule Hit. lOiu. by
2.1ft. A onc-atory wing Hanks this
on the right fronting on a line Hush
with the front of the first described
poition of the building. The dimen
sions arc 38 feet 8 inches by
28 feet 8 inches. This will be
used as a fine curio room. Ga-s
cases of great height line the
room. Light is admitted through
three grouped windows at the back
and three at the front as well as two
on the right side higher up. A
grandly arched ceiling has for its
zenith appropriate ornamentations.
The ground lloor of the tower addi
tion is devoted to an approach lo
the grand stairway. From this ap
proach a guardian's room and a
toilet room are partitioned oil". The
lower story of the main pait will lie
used as a general curio loom. The
stairway terminates in a corridor or
tliiesliold of tlie art gallery which is
above Hie general curio room. The
ceiling of the lower rounds in an
arch at a dizzy height above the
threshold. Light enters the tower
from four windows at the back, four
in front and three at tlie side above
the lino curio wing.
A long skylight in the centre of a
beautifully arched ceiling,, a group
of four windows at the back opposite
a group of the same number in the
front, and three windows at tlie side
Hood the interior of tlie magnificent
art gallery witli light. The lloor is
of well selected pine. Tho lower
story is paved with a picturesque
pattern of tile. The iowost groups
of windows in tlie main section of
tho building have square tops, those
in the other rows are arched, the
caps in each case being a rounded
Sll Cf lIlQ IIKC IllV.l "llllll'. Till' i
eiilraiK'U lo Ihc cciilrc vestibule Is '
through ti double arch, the centre. .
division of which rcsli on double
columns of fiueatuno. Correspond- '
ing pillars arc partially set Into tin- '
wall on the opposite sides of the
arch. The wood employed in finish- ;
ing is koa, red-wood, yellow pine ,
and Fort Orford cedar. ' The build
ing presents an imposing and rather
fortress-like appearance which is
gieally telievcd by the groiiping-i
of windows with their led sHics. i
nir. maix ii a i.i.
has reached n half story in the pro
cess of erection. Two wings )',) feet
I inches by 10 feet H inches and lis
feet II inches by 10 tcet U inches are
placed at right angles so as to ic
(piire a verandah foundation front
age of 10.1 feel. The frontage is
not Hush throughout owing to a pro
jection for entrance vestibule and
ollleo. The side is relieved of same
ness in width by a lower projection
of semicircular form with a 10 foot
radius. The olllce also projects be
yond the verandah bnutidaiy on the
side. Tlie entrance on the Iront is
effected by means of a stairway 12
leet U inches wide ushering into a
hallway 32 feet 11 inches by 21 feet
3 inches. This hallway serves as
an approach to the grand stairway
and from it at angles run two open
vetandah corridors. The front cor
ridor extends to Ihc extremity of
the front wing, and the side one is
closed at the end, forming a hat room
10x12 feet 1 inch and an ante room
10x11 feet (5 inches. The entrance
hall opens into a janitor's room
10x14 feet and a hat and cloak room
lllxll feet l inches. The leinaiuing
space Is apportioned to four school
rooms, 2(5x31 feet. Adjoining the
tower is the olllce piojection being
10 feet 15 inches' by 1 1 feet 3 inches.
Tlie side verandah is enteied by a
Hight of steps 1 1 leet " inches in
From the stairway landing a hall
way traverses Hie front widening
beyond reading room into a verandah
corridor of 10 feel width. Tlie as
sembly wing is 7!l feet long and its
width includes the side verandah.
Two class rooms 2fl:c3 1 feet arc in
the other wing. There is also a
reading room in upper story 12 feet
3 inches by 13 feet !l inches. The
lower projection will reach a height
of 7(5 feet from the. ground. Hotli
Museum and Main Hall were de
signed by Win. F. Smith of San
Francisco. The masonry construc
tion is under tlie supervision of Mr.
It. Lishuian, while Mr. Win. Mutch
superintends the carpentry. The
cost will reach nearly StlH.OOO. This
sliucturc as well as the Preparatory
school building is another instance
of the bounty of Hon. C. It. Hishop.
'i i ik vkt. hunciiwi.'s corrAoi:
is a younger brother of the Princi
pal's resilience and possesses many
of its excellent points in a diminish
ed pace. Continuing along the
(7'o U Coulinueit.)
A native named lvaiauai was
drowned from a canoe off WaiUiki
yesterday morning. He went out
between six and seven o'clock in
the morning. Later Mr. Water
house's boy discovered the canoe
drifting without the man. Deputy
Marshal Wilder went out to promote
a seal ch for tho body, which so far
has been unsuccessful.
At term this forenoon, before Mr.
Justice Ilickerton and a mixed jury,
the case of S. lv. Malm et al. vs.
David Dayton, administrator, begun
yesterday, reached argument. J.
A. Magoon for plaintilf; A. Itosa
At Chambers, before Mr. Justice
McC'ully, was heard the petition of
J. S. Walker for probate of will of
Julia L. Itawsoir of Honolulu, and
that letters testamentary be iued
lo himself. Ordered that will' be
admitted to probate ; that letters
testamentary of the e.st ate and letters
ot guardianship of Mary L. Juen
and Adclaido L. Itawson be issued
to petitioner under S1000 bond. Cecil
Ilrown for petitioner, and petitioner
U-' '. I i
A native was remanded this
morning, on a charge of obtaining
82 by false pretences fiom W. K.
Howell. Two Chinese were repri
manded for ntfray and dischaiged.
One bail of SO for drunkenness was
Haseball match, lvamehanielia and
Hawaii, 3:30 p. in.
Meeting Itoyal School "boys," 1
Musses will leave the I'.inthcnu Stable1,
fur the Haseball lirouiul
AT .1 O'CLOCK.
tSf"Vin K.icll WllV, 'Ja (VlllsBMI
FOR 8ALK UllISAJ'
A COMPLETE outllt for nuking and
Ix. dispensing caibaiiatcd beveragis,
all In gonil older. AildrcsR
:.:i Hiu Walnhliiu, Hawaii.
Equitable Life Assuranoi
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual Circular to Agents.
"Wo purpose placing in your hands to offer lo the publican Indem
nity Itond. Many will be altiaeted by Hie fact that you arc selling tho
bonds of a life insurance society with asjests over SI 01,000,000.00, and
11 1 IWtt tn 111 in 11 fM ttlf lltll !lft 1t drill If i, Sittidtioli. i.tnll
CkS" Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in pernn on the. undersigned.
ALEX. J. GARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, ICquilable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-Uii
A LA lit iK ASSOKTMENT Ol
AM ATE UU OUTFITS !
From :fS..10 to 100 E icb.
The M. A. SEED and Pe PAltUt'TT DIIY l'LVTES,
The YEAlt HOOK OF PlIOTOGltAlMI Y,
IIHIITSI1 PIIOTOGJIAIMIIC ALMANAC,
AMERICAN AN.N'PAL OK ITIOlOCiKAPHY
Vnd I'lIOTOOltAl-IIlC .io.-uh:.'.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10S FOIST MTUKKT.
R. 11. llKN'mii. President As Manager. John En, Vice-President.
Cit)i)KKK lluow.x, Kcciotaiv & Treasurer, recti. Iluuws. Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Opsin. SnriM'itMi Jinnlt, : 8,ovt Sttvei, iloniilnlu.
IMPOUTERS and HEALERS 'IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qcauiue Haviland China, plain aud decorated; nml Wedgcwootl
Piano, Library it Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Electolier.s,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete awoitin't of Diills it Files,
PUMIlffl SUPPLIES or EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tlie "Oazolle" 3-wheeied Killing Plow it Equalizer,
l.luebcaid nice Plow, Plantuio Steel , lioosencckeu Hose,
LAUD, OYLIXDElt, KEUOSEN'E, LINSEED,
Paints, Yarni.shes it finishes, Manila A Si.sal Pope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
IrJCofcse, JB.:IoHe, Hose, ;
UUmtEi:, WIKE-IUHJND of xup.iinr quality, it STEAM,
Aate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A Pocket Outlerv,
Powder, Shot A Cups, The Celebrated '.'Club" M.iebiiic-lo.uicd Oai tiiilgea,
AO ISN'LV ITOIC c
H.ntV Patent "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipo A Holt Threadinj;,
llaitniaii's Steel Wire Fence A Steel Wins .Mats,
Win. O. Fisher's Wrought Steel Panics
Gate City Stone Fillers,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
iiov-2U-S!1 Neal'.s Carriage Paints.
LIVERY, BOARDING & SALE
ST AISLES !
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
4776 GOTH TELEPHONES cqT477
The above Stables ate now fully ,
equipped ami me prepared to iiirnili i
the public al a moment's notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Surreys, Do;? Gaits Etc., Etc.
1 1 l lies lny, Wt!ilcoiOlomii.
And satisfaction uar.intreil. Special
alteiitluil paid to Hie caie of eanlage.
(.'(il'i ."lcl'lliillt .V lEol lii-l mi-.
Opposite the Police Station, llotb
Telephones l.VJ, anil coiiuecieil bv elec
tile hell with .Stable.-, so tli.it ii Irick
can be called at either place.
Cy-New Hacks, Safe Hor-e-, ami
Cioiiil, .Sober Piiveis.
s. r. ti it a ii a: m,
'PHE BEST PAPElCtosulwrihc
X tor Is the "Dully lliillutin." Wl
einifl per iiiontli.
"IIKXUY II. HYDK.
a , -
Base Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent foi Spalding Ilii'e Pall Miiili.N
will iiTiilve per Steamers Ant-
liuliu inn! Alameda a lull
line of the litest
Base Ball NovbIUbs for '90
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not for net Unit .Mrs. Tlios. Luck,
tfl Foil street, lias the agency
for the w.irltl reiiowiuit
Spalding's Sporting (ioods.
t5J- Call for otic of Spalding's Cala
Indues fire. Tilt Iw
Of S.in Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipo & Reetl Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
llnvlng worked in some of the Imcr-it
pbmo and orgiti Inctnries In the United
alatcs nf America, I am fully able nml
prepaied lo do all kinds of fepiilr woik
in tlie most balls factory uiuiiner.
tigr-Order can be left in II. F.
ieliman's Jewelry Stoic, Pott sl reel,
ut tin) Ailvertlsci olllce, or through
Mutual Telephone No. an, Mill lm
1TMUKWOOP for tulu al Hawalhn
1 Commercial r'alcsroome, corner ol
Queen nml Niiunnu Mreuls. 4C8 tf
.L "The Daily Hulletin." 50 mum
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