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3ATUHDAY, Al'ML 10, 1800.
0A1IU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
I,(:ii lluniiliilii :i mil 2:Mi
Anlve Maiuum !)HS i:ls
Leave Minima 11 :(H) -1:11(1
A i rive lloiiiilulii II tH I IS
Aj-M. P.M. 1. M.
Leave llonnliilii... !i::'.(i 1l'::io itino
ArilvoMatmna ...1(I:1S 1:18 :t:IS
Leave Miiiiiiiin.... 11 :)) l:i:t 1:1).'
Arrive Honolulu. ..11:13 'J-M l:."i:l
Slim- Kinau fi'iiiu Hawaii niul Maul
Slnir Mokolll f i hi it Moloknl
Slnir Kanlii from Kllauea and Hanalel
Schr Oaterina from Kahiiku
Schr Kalilkcaoull fioui Hawaii
ll M S Champion, SI Cl:ill, hir Knllim
Sclir Kaalokai for Waiauae
hchr M kin)la for Kwa
Slnir J A Cummins for Koolau
Schr Mol Wiililui! for Haiiiakua
Sehr Kaulkeaoull for Kohala
From Molokal ami I.anal per Mini
Mokolll, Apr 10 Fred 11 Hay-eldi-n
ami son, Mls Havscldeu,Tho- K Cooke,
A Wamoy, K Lllilehua, Mrs l MeCor-ii-ton
ami -10 deek.
From Maul ami Hawaii per stinr Kl
n:ui, Apr 111 Fruni tin; Volcano: Mrs
Alliiian, Ml Altiutm, Mls (J I) Rob
ertson, ami Mis- Duncan. From way
pons: Miss Kamal Daniel, Miss Lef
aloha Plemur, Mrs (Jeo Weight, child
ami malil, I) 11 Hitchcock. .1 K U'lNon.
W 11 tihlpman, Masler O Shlpinati, I.
Turner, D I. llunMuaii, Bro .Bertram,
.1 N Wright, Win Green, wife ami
child, Mrs jMiae Thoiiipsou ami babe,
Alhert .Imld, .Ins .Imld, Miss, LI..lc
Whitney. T S Kay, J. T Kenake, MK
Luttlu Alexander, A Tlblx, Mrs .lolui
Hell, Hon JC D Wulbriilge, A naneiierg,
'I' (J For.yth, Mlste.s Winiilfrcdaiul Vay
llaldwin, MKs K Thompson, W Hell,
Ohhig Wa iind 78 deck.
The stmr Ktuau brought this morn
lug from windward pons llt.'.'IW bags
sugar, 103 sheep, 1SI hides, 10 hags gin.
ger, '.10 bags potatoes, (!."i hags coin, ami
I 'Jo pkgs sundries.
The stmr Kaala arriveil this morning
from Kllatiea with 1300 bags sugar for
the bark Allien Hesse.
The harkentliie W II Dlmoml finished
dlchaiging cargo this morning. She
will leave about April S'.l.
The stair Mokolll brought 20 bags su
gar, lit) barrels molasses, so head e.itlle,
8 pigs from Molokal, and 1(10 sheep from
I.auai. She will sail nu Tuesday.
The Hawaiian bilgantlne Goo II
Douglas, Capt.)aeoheu, arrived at Ka
hiilui from San FraiicUco during the
week, and was to leave again to-day
for San FrancNeo with a cargo of sugar.
The schr Kaiilkeaoull brought L'100
bags sugar this morning from Kohola
Me. The schr Olga and the balk S (J Allen
will HiiMi unloading their cargoes on
The balk Hunch Talbot will soon
leave for Australia.
Arrived Apr !), stmr KUauea Hon
from Honolulu ami wayports: 12, stmr
Kiuati, fiom Honolulu" and way ions;
IS, stmr Kinau from Ililo and wayports.
Sailed Apr II, htnir Kllauea Hon for
Ilamakua; 12, stmr Kinau fnrlllloaud
wayports; 18, Kinau for Honolulu.
Am tern W S Uowne In pint discharg
.ll'DD At Kualoa, Island of Oalui, Apr
18, Colonel the Honorable Cuailes
Hastings .Imld, aged ill yeais, 7
months ami 10 days.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
jilay this afternoon at Emma Square
commencing at 4 :!10 o'clock. Fol
lowing is lite programme :
M arch Crown Prince Krai
Overture Tancredl Hossinl
Duet II Trovatore Verdi
Selection Norma llelliui
Walt. Danube Waves Wanovlei
Polka Itlaek Unbars Mlllocker
There is an electric light post on
Reretanin street the last one at
the corner of Kecaiuuoku street,
where you turn up to the baseball
ground, but no light. The post and
wire have been up many months. It is
an outrage to take away the gas lamps
we had there before withoutgivtng us
a substitute. Why is that burner
not used? Is it because they think
it is not required? It is simply dan
gerous to venture to or from the
cars on a dark night in the present
state of the roads. Let us have that
I louolulii, April 10, 1800.
A verdict for the plaintiffs was
returned yesterday in Malm and
others against Dayton.
Opiopio et al. vs. Wong Leong,
ejectment. A mixed jury returned
a verdict for plaintill's. A.. Rosa
for plaintiffs; II. N Castle for de
fendant. Mr. Justice Ilickrrlon was hear
ing divorce cases at Icrm this morn
ing. Kliza Woolspy was granted a di
vorce from Geo. W. Woolsey on the
ground of desertion. Whiting for
Mary Frances Sieniantel was
granted a divorce from George L.
.Sieniantel on the ground of extreme
cruelly. Monsarrat for plaintiff.
Hawaiian Jury ww will be called
local a mmi news.
TlJ.V i.'iil)iolllv'r.'.'iiT Minted liil
II. I). M..S. OitAMftos will eitll for
Hawaii at four o'clock this afternoon,
KnoKo was lined if 10 in llio Pol leo
Cum I this nioiniiig for assault mi Ah
'1111:111: will bo an Easier piniM'
serviee al Katimakapili eliuti'li In
mm low evening.
Tin: posl pmieil meeliiig of lailie.s
on Hie Sailoi's llfinic will lie held
next Tuesday at 10 o'clock in tin- Y.
M. ('. A. hull.
Tin: boat for piesentalion to
King .Malielo.i by the U. S. (lovern
ini'iit arrived here on the steamer
Australia, and was sent hence to its
destination by the I'.S.S. Moliicau,
Tun Kinau biougbt 8 Hi tons of
sugar this morning, the heaviest load
of sugar hlic ever eat lied. The num
ber of bags, 111,202, was exceeded
once or twice, but not Hie weight,
llesides, the steamer had 10.'! sheep
mi this trip.
Tmiiti: will be a gospel praise mm
vice in Y. M. C. A. hall at 1:'I0 to
morrow afternoon. A new singing
book, "Hymns New and Old," will be
used for the lit-sl time in this city.
All are cordially invited, especially
those who fiing.
BUDCET FROM HILO.
A I'rnlm" worthy Institution Keller
The Ililo Record of April lo de
votes its leader to the public library
of that town. This has become a
permanent institution. It contains
800 volumes and the section is good.
The Telephone Co. lenders the main
room of its building to the library
at a small rental. Only 82 a year
is charged subscribers, and the Re
cord says they ought to raise S2."i0
this year, which would provide for
an increase to 1000 volumes. Mr.
Richards will receive contributions
of money or books. ,
The following items are from the
The Kinau Sunday morning
brought the heaviest passenger list
that have lauded here for some time.
A greater share of them were from
Maui. A party of nine left yester
day for the volcano, expecting to
return to-morrow in time to return
on. Hie Kinau Thursday. The Rev.
T. Gulick of Makawao and his wife
were among the number arriving
and we understand lie remains over
wilh us until the next return trip of
It really seems as though our fine
weather has come to slay a while.
The mud on our streets is drying up
and we may expect to sec Hie dust
blowing in a few days and the moss
disappearing from off the old "moss
grown shell backs." The snow still
holds out on the mountains. The
days are very warm but our nights
The read commission, culled
for tiic proposed new road to
the homestead lots on Kaiwiki, yes
terday met at the olllcc of Hie sher
iff, but adjourned to get more expli
cit instructions from the Minister of
the Interior as to just what was ex
pected of them.
Only three weeks more to the May
term of the Circuit Court. Judge
will preside, and Messrs. Creigliton
and Peterson appear for the Crown.
There are a largo number of cases
to be tried and the probability is
tint the term will extend over a
The prisoners in the Ililo Jail arc
all out at work, under the Road
Hoard of Ililo, who will "support"
them during the time they are at
work and pay them out of Hie Ililo
The "Supreme Ross" of our Gov
ernment, the Auditor-General, is
causing a great deal of annoyance
to our merchants and others, who
have been furnishing supplies for
the "support of prisoners" here, by
his refusal to audit their bills ; anil
many who need their money have
i.ow to wait, until next August, per
haps, before they get paid. This is
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Rand concert at F.nima Square,
at 1 :30.
llijou Dramatic Company, "Dav.y
Crockett," Opera House, 8.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Second Sunday after Hasten Ca
Holy Communion (!:.'!( a. m.
l.itany ):.') a. 111.
Morning Prayer 10 a. m. Ser
mon by Rev. W. II. Rarncs.
Hawaiian Evensong II :.'!() p. in.
Sermon by Rev. W. II. Barnes.
Hvening Prayer 0 p. in. Sermon
by Rev. II. II. Gowen.
Commander Coghlau, late of the
T. S. S. Mohican, was acquitted by
the courtmarlial at Mare Island. No
evidence could be procured that he
wrote the articles whose publication
gave offense. His superiors believe
him to be guilty and it is said nill
"make him uncomfortable."
(ifiir.N' sheet below I'm t is desper
ately bad. Xot only me t lie
tiannvay tails left several inches
high, bill (be sleepei.s of Hie track
aie exposed, by the washing out of
I lit roadway.
Piioroiiii.vi'HH of Major Seipo
I'inlo, the Portuguese eotifuiaiuler in
Afiiea,aie being sold al fiO cents
each lo I'm tiigtie.se heie, for the pur
pose of helping the National Defense
Fund of l'oitiigal.
1M(1Y .HULMMHSh JHO.NO.UJUU, II. J.,
myWfuv&fo$ Mnmm fWHW
ia 1 l!il I Al 1 l!il I A
Technical Institute for
rnuiiilalliiii ami I'lnniirrx -Mile mill
I'l'.ci'AUA-iniir school ntii.iu.vo
wilh itsgioup of out buildings is
reached. This is a wooden st rue
lure facing toward King street. The
back presents an unbroken length
of 10S feet. -J!) feet and ! Inches
on each end of front projects into
wings S.M feet in width. The width
of ends of building is () feet 0
inches. The Waikiki end of lower
lloor is divided into .'5 class rooms
respectively 28x.'12 feet, 22x28 feet
1 inches and 18x.'!2 feet I inches.
A hallway crosses the centre of
the lower' story 12x.'l2 feet I inches.
On the other side of the hall u par
lor llixIS, bedroom 11x18 with at
tached closets, dining room 28 feet
I inches by .'18 feet. (! inches, an
olllce 12 feel, ! by HI feet, and a
sewing room loxlG complete the
ground floor. The dining room is
finished in Hastlake style and the
lloor is stained and polished. The
back verandah 00 feet 0 inches by
10 feet contains back stairs and
bath room at one end. Upstairs a
latticed verandah at the back opens
into a corridor 11x18 feet where
cupboards corresponding in numbers
to the beds arc arranged against llio
wall. The conidor opens into two
domitories ."i(! feet (1 inches by 2!)
feel tl inches and ' bed rooms 1(5x10
feet. A sick room 12x1 ."1 feet is
taken out of one corner of the dor
mitoly on the town side. At the
Hwa back corner of the building is
located the kitchen 20x20 feet across
a hall way 10x28. Connected with
the kitchen are a pantry 8x10 ami a
store room 10x12. The latticed
verandah at the back 10x30 feet
closes into a pot room. In front
diagonally toward Hwa is a large
play house 40x'!2 feel. In the
lower story of one of the lank towers
at back is a bath room for boys con
laiiiing 8 tubs. Collages in the rear
serve as quarters for help, laundry
and carriage house.
is derived from artesian sources. A
pump distributes il into tanks, two
of which containing l.",000 and 10,
000 gallons respectively are located
in a tower, in rear of the Principal's
residence, o2 feet high, and one
each containing lo,000 in two tank
houses in the rear of Hie Prepara
tory School building. The piping
is done by the students. Clustered
near the pump house arc the various
shops devoted lo industrial training.
The Rui.i.r.TiN reporter was detail
ed on a visit of inspection of the
school work in both its shop and
schoolroom phases. Anxious to as
certain to what extent manual excel
lence is carried and to judge of its
relation lo an educational course,
the news gleaner lirst visited the
blacksmith shop and found Mr.
Clarendon Davis in charge. The
young Vulcans are llrst taught the use
of Hie hammer on lead. This metal
111 its cold state admits ol all the
hammering processes except weld
ing. All sorts of things are fashion
ed from it lo determine the appren
tice's ability to reduce to a given
form. After a knowledge of the
different heats is acquired Hie arti
san talent is directed lo the manu
facture of rings, figure 8's, eyes,
hooks, upset ovals, fullering pieces,
angles, hammock hooks, braces,
rowlocks, tongs, welded chains,
straight welds, angle welds, welded
eyes, bolts, etc., etc. The nature
of steel is then taught and the vari
ous heats to which it should be sub
jected is experimentally acquired.
Steel tools made by the pupils were
shown to the reporter. .Specimens
of work in wrought iron listed above
are hung in profusion on the walls.
Tempering and hardpning also be
come second natures to the young
hammer wieldcrs. Mr. Davis has
two classes in the forenoon in the
blacksmith's art, each devoting H
hours to the hammer and tongs vari
ations of the anvil chorus. Nothing
beyond the list outlined is allowed
in this branch.
'i 11 1: TUIINIXR slior,
in charge of Mr. Levi Lyman, is a
.corrugated iron building. Three
foot-power lathes are in use. On a
blackboard models were diawn in
half section showing the style of
patterns. Relying on these the
turners place the Micks properly in
the lathe and reduce Hie square
block to a very faithful cqpy of the
profile on the board. The work un
der the guidance of the instructor
progresses from simple models to
the turning of Indian clubs, croquet
mallets and croquet balls.
THK CAKl'KNTKU sllOf
is under Hie control and superin
tendence of Mr. U. Thompson. A
corrugated iron building is equipped
wilh four (louble benches. These
may be consideicd quadruple, as two
vises are attached lo each, thus ad
mitting of sixteen workmen engag
ing in bench work at the same tune.
Tools of the best quality are stowed
in convenient racks. The course of
instruction commences with work on
tools, such as sharpening and filing.
Filing is llrst practised by making
notches In a piece of hoop iron ami
not till the pupil can file cycii and
uniform notches or grind a piece of
hoop iron to proper bevels will lie
he tillowcd lo lib' and scl ifuvn or
iliitiit!ii cilgii tools. The iihc of a
lip saw Is ueqtiiiod by icqiiirlng tlm
lipping of several cute In 11 boatd,
the cuts terminating al a mark
scribed across the piece. Chisel,
saw, plane and try square are then
Used. Joints, dovetailing, box blind
dovetailing, mortise, bevel tenon,
timber splices, etc., arc made fami
liar to eacli learner. Some combin
ations of joints and hovel were
shown Hie reporter done in koa
which displayed very close and ox
act workmanship. The boys are
thou familiari.cd with the hanging
of doors and insertion ot mortise
locks. When the leainer has Kalis
faotorily passed over the ground
just outlined, he will be allowed to
try his hand at the construction of
bridge models fiom drawings. One
model was exhibited whose frail
material was trussed snllicienllv lo
hold Mr. P. C. Jones.
is taught in two classes of 1A hours
each, the more advanced being un
der the instruction of Mr. II. S.
Towusond, ami the beginners being
coached by Mr. T. Richards. Set
ting, distributing, pioof eonectiou,
making up forms and press work
each leceive attention. The Handi
craft is set up and printed by the
boys, but no work for pay is done.
A sewing department is conducted
by Miss Hight which was not visited
by the sciibe.
It is not designed in the instruc
tion given in the various trades to
furnish a lot of masler workmen lo
the community. The institution is
educational and every effort is
directed lo educational ends. H
pcricncc has shown that the train
ing of the class room may be profit-'
ably supplemented by a manual
training which calls into concrete
play axioms and knowledge other
wise a'bslract. A realistic interest
supplants a dry indifference. Feet,
inches, squares, angles, circles,
spheres, cubes, etc., acquire an ob
jective significance. Application of
mathematical knowledge to mechan
ical pursuits may be regarded as the
last term in Hie progression im
mortalized by Mr. Squeers who
said, "When a boy can spell weed
he goes and weeds." That so much
of manual industry as tends to fix
and impart interest to theoretical
knowledge should be called into
requisition is only the part of wis
dom. Proficiency is only attainable
by ligid adherence to each class of
work. Concentration on one kind
of labor necessary to secure peifect
thoroughness might defeat the very
object of manual instruction by re
ducing it from training lo drudgery.
A boy leaving this school will not be
entitled to rank as a carpenter but
his traiuiuir will qualify him to be
come a good one. He will luitig to
his work a capital of intelligence.
Having mastered three or four
trades the journalistic Mercury has
tened with joyful steps to the
"knowledge dispensary." Miss
Hight and Mr. Lyman have posses
sion of the classes in the morning
while lliq other teachers are engaged
in industrial instruction. In the
afternoon the other teachers muster
iu the school room ami Miss Hight
and Mr. Lyman devote themselves
lo classes in sewing and wood turn
ing. As the newspaper youth enter
ed Miss Ilight's room a concert ex
ercise was going on. It consisted
in an analysis of examples of next
day's work. This exercise was not
dictated. The pupils were led by
easy steps lo each conclusion. There
was no prompting on the part of the
instructor, but whenever the pupils
went wrong a called hall and a gen
tle hint set them on the right track.
Analytical woik written and oral
and equation exercises weie only
leceivcd when absolutely beyond
criticism. The manner of Miss
Hight in a school room is even more
to be admired than her methods and
skill in imparting knowledge. There
is a sott of "spirited repose" and a
tranquil earnestness in her manner
that beguiles the unwary pupil into
hearty co-operation. There is no
friction, no irritation and no waste iu
this room. The course of insti no
tion Hows in a smooth curient devoid
of rapids and eddies. A boy was
selected for cleik and took his place
at the teacher's desk. Various pu
pils made purchases of him. The
"booming" of the merits of difi'er
ent articles by the wily salesman
was of the Fort street, fortly.
Three boys then told an impromptu
story, in Hie plot which three minds
had a part. The word pronounced
by the first boy was followed by one
from the second. The third boy
pronounced a word which would
make seven with lliose already utter
ed and so the preceding- utterances
suggested the following ouch devel
oping Hie idea of sequence. A bo
was sent to the board and wrote
several words at dictation. These
words were then embodied by the
whole school iu a dictation" exercise.
Shifting one place to the right the.
pupils made proper correction of
sin. I.I'.VI I.VMAX
was conducting written analyses ol
certain problems involving decimals
as well as integers. The visit to
Miss Ilight's room had presented
such allurements that this was the
only exercise iu Mr. Lyman's room
which fell under the reportoiial
scrutiny. After a hearty lunch the
reporter continued his visits under
the guidance of the principal Rev.
W. IS. Oleson. The woik of lour
teachers was partially viewed. The
word "partially" is used advisedly,
AI.MUk 19, 100.
in Mr. Oli'snn wliMu-d thu vinltnr
fiom loom lo room nHIi iimrveloif
celerity. School woiki l-ucliei,
black' board and desks whirled In
dizzy confusion during the hurried
ciictiit. The blending of pl'do"
trlaiilsiu with pedagogy was not
fruitless, however. Fleeting glimpses
left many vivid impressions. A
class in mechanical drawing taught
by Mr. Davis was at wotk. The
visitors inspected many specimens
of pupil work. Hach' sample of
skill was on a card 20x2 1 inches.
Bridge drawing iu dllfcrent' section
displayed commendable precision.
Lettering of various styles and
borders of different kinds were well
executed. A designed piece of work
by J. K. Waiamaii Is worthy of
special mention. The word Kamc
hameha is pi luted 111 rustic letters
in the form of an arch. A hut and
cocoa nut tree at the left and a laud
scape view at the right betray an
artist's skill. Tim border corners
below rest on nnvilsobliqiiely placed.
Mil. TOWNir.Sll's (.l,As
was engaged iu reciting memory
selections. Dictation exercises and
aiitlunelical work iu percentage,
discussions, compositions and men
tal arithmetic also form parts of his
work. His room being only a fiag
station on the orbit, only meagre
data for an exact report weie fur
uished, but enough was seen to indi
cate that the vigor and enthusiasm
of the teacher meet with responsive
co-operation on the part of the
conducted an exercise in rapid men
tal calculation iu multiplication of
fractions by pupils the answer
only being written on the board.
Addition by grouping was success
fully exhibited. Analytical work
written ami oral lirst outlined the
necessary steps towaid solution.
Pupils are trained to giasp the con
ditions ami 1 cquircuiciits of problems
before attempting to deal with them.
Careful and choice Hnglish is in
sisted on. Hvery form of instruc
tion bears the impress of Mr.
Thompson's genius. And yet he
seems to propel rather than lead the
school. Hut the elllcicncy is none
the less marked because the agency
is to some degree hidden. Mr.
Thompson's methods invest the
subject taught with such interest as
to divert attention from himself. Yet
none the less is his personality visi
ble iu the results. The ruthless
guide whirled the investigator into
MK. ItU'llAKIW UOOM.
It must not for a moment be sup
posed that the reporter achieved Ids
insight into the school woik from
one visit to each room. The tour
resolved itself into a succession of
views. In Mr. Richards' room reci
tations were going on. There is a
vein of drollery in this teacher's
composition. His sense of humor
is keen and occasional ludicrous
adaptations of the text afforded him
exquisite enjoyment which he took
110 pains to conceal. Rut his merri
incut was genial and no stings of
ridicule were in his comments. It
required no special discernment to
see that he is a gfcat.favorite. The
recitations were memorized selec
tions, but one entcrpiising young gen
tleman favored the company with
an impromptu story. Geometrical
demonstrations showed a' thorough
teacher of appreciative pupils. A
boy having demonstrated a theorem
at the boar.d was handed a piece of
paper folded by Mr. Oleson to re
present the triangles drawn on the
board. The pupil successfully went
over his course of icasoning, indi
cating the various lines and angles
Mr. Oleson imparted much valua
ble information concerning the work
assigned to each teacher, but the
length of this article already attain
ed forbids its insertion here. Mr.
Oleson entered upon his work more
than a year prior to the opening of
the school. A year of foreign travel
afforded him opportunities of visit
ing successful industrial institutions
in the I'liitcd States. The corps of
teachers has undergone many
changes since the organization of
the school and now stands: Piinci
pal. Rev. YV. II. Oleson ; Assistant
Principal, II. S. Townsend ; Assist
ants, L. C. Lyman, l Thompson,
Clarendon Davis, T. Richards and
Miss I. M. Hight. The Principal
of the Preparatory School is Miss
N. J. Malone, whose assistants are
Miss M. Johnston, Mis3 Charlotte
Carter and Miss Lilian Lyman.
There are 80 pupils in the Kamoha
mcha school and lo iu the Prepara
tory. Hvery Friday evening the
pupils of the former school
gather in the Assembly room
when a programme is carried out
consisting of dumb bell exercises,
penmanship, rapid calculations, de
clamations, reading ot a paper con
ducted by students, and remarks
by teachers. Neither Mr. Oleson
nor Miss Malone do any class woik,
but their supervision is lelt in every
(7'o be Continued.)
C'REAM Cakes and Phs In gieii
' varleiv fresh lo-d.iv al the
Kllte.' ' ,1:1:1 It
J)Y the Hawaiian CimMiueilmi Co.
Ten Carpenters lo woik 011 build
lugs al .Mamma and Honolulu. Steady
woik lor good men. Applv 10
Or.o. A. H(lWAlH),
M3 If Depot (). K. & L. Co.
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will not fail upon examination lo see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote tlfeTiesiilts of twenty year Tontines) give j'ou great
advantages over others, :n no other company will for a number of years,
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Cay Semi for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the tiPider-simicd.
ALEX, J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for llio Hawaiian Islands, Hquitable Life Assurance Society
of the V. S. Jan-l-'.M)
A LAItOK ASSORTMENT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS ! f
Fiom i!S..".0 lo .-p-100 H.ieb.
'''kodak cameras! "j
The M. A. SKHI) and the fARKPTT 1)1! Y PLATKrf,
The YKAIt HOOK OF lMIOTOt'.UAIMIY,
HI.'ITISM PHOTOCKAPHir' ALMANC,
AMF.UICAN ANNUAL OF l'HOTOdUAl'll Y
And PlIOTOCiHAI'IIIC MOSAICS.
HOLLBSTER & CO.,
HM) POUT STItKKT.
K. 1!. IIi'.Niiitr. President i: Manager. John Hxa, Vice-President.
lioiu'itr.Y lliiuwx, Secretary it Tre.i-.nrer. (2i:ni. Itnuwv, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. MprcckolH Hunk, : l-Wt Ktiwct, Honolulu.
IMl'OKTKIJH and DKALKUS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedge. wood
Piano, Library .fc Stand Lumps, Chandelier- & ICleeloliers,
Lamp Fixture of all kinds, A complete u.-rorlm't of Diill.s it Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Oa.elIe" :i-whoolod Hiding Plow it liquidizer,
P.luelieard Uiee Plow, Planters' Steel & (iuot-cnpckcd Hoo,
LAKI), OYLINDKK, K'HUOSKNH, LIN'SHHIl,
P.iinlh, Varnishes it I'rushes, M.uiilu A Sisal Kope,
HANDLHS OK ALL KINDS,
HoMc, Hose, Hose,
I1U1HJH1!, WIKIMIOUNI) of sup-M-mr quality, .v Rl'HA.M, .
Ajj.ito ton Ware, Silver Pl.itcd Ware, Table it Pocket Outleiy,
Powder, Shout (Japs, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Oartiidis,
Hurt'.-. Patent "Duplex" Die Stock foi Pipe it Holt' Threading,
Mailman's Steel Wiie Fence t Steel Wire Mate,
Win. (J. bVlim'ri Wiotijjbt Steel Unlike
Gato City Stone Filters,
"New Pioecj-s" TwM Dulls,
nov-2!)-Si Neal'h (!aniae P.iintr-.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
Oil IJllwy 'IVl'lllfc..
THK Hesideneu of It. I.
(onlidiiin Doillilt: 1'nrlors,
Large Dining Itoom.-l UedronniK, Dres.
inland liiUliHMiins, Kitchen and 2 Pan.
tties, l)etulied Seivanl's House, Stable,
Coach House, anil Chicken Yaid. The
(iriuinds aie 105 feet front and nlioul
il'M leet deep, and are all laid out wilh
Palms !'wcs and Choice Plant. Will
he vacant on the ilth May. TI.e Fernery
niul Funw to he removed unless agicnl
Mi NICK Furnl-hed IC00111
AWgM JrV In a private family by a
HwHHl gentleman peipiaiieutly ie
Mdlng In the eltv. Ai'.dri:- 'Nil. ',"
III i.i.i:ti Olllce. .v.HKit
COTTAC.i: convenient to
zv street cms. Would like
near lintel. Mo.
Addre.ua "C. (!.,"
ileinlu ii'ill dolled.
ffM) rent for 1 mouth a l.irge
X Itoom or Hall, either
ground lloor or unfair, must
Ht'al EstsUt! For S.1I0.
,44rP ,nllwc? d .otson
(flJilTfl! Itolitllo Lime, Palatini.
BI2lfc Convenient to (tleain and limn
car. Very healthy loealllv. Lot on
King stieet. near Htimauku'K L-uiu. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. IIOWLKH.
Ol Clms.T. (luliek. lUUilin
jU'aLUmuti w iw'-.f ivaaimgi. w jWJwccMttftg.
Of San Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having Worked In some of the hirtent
piano and organ inelnrles in tlm United
alulc of America, I am fully utile and
tuupaied to do all kinds nf repaii work
in the inot sutinfiiotory iminner.
r" Orders can he left at IL F.
Y ichman's Jewelry Store, Foit stieet,
at the Advertiser olllce, or through
Minimi Telephone No. J1I7. .'Oil 1m
"nillBWOOD for tnlc at Hawaiian
.1. Couiuificlnl Salesivniiia, loruer ol
tint-en and Niiimuu Mice'H. 4fi n
SALT FOll SALE.
Jlt.WK received a few hundred hags
of Snlt, of the very hrst ipmlltv.
e.inh hag weighing 120 pounds I will
fell at very lowest price nt $1 eiiehj
i-pccliil reduction by the ton Older
from other Islands will he promptly
attended to with sntUtactiou gumaii.
teed. Address all orders to
Ciia.v 1. 11 HUM,
fill) 'Jin llalinnino. HoiiqIh'u. Oalm.
For Ssilis ad Low Kales
"VTKW I'liui'loiis and Top Huggles,
1A Fruer and Cold Walter Curls, 1
. Imsine, Wiggle, Pole and Shaft; also,
Sie.ond hand Hiieka, Open and Ton Hug.
KieV"." ' S!d eoinlltloiij and Uore
fitl I111 S I. rtliKw, Manager.
1 rpiiKunderdgiied will Fell at publte.
.L auction on rtaturdav. April V,
ISUO, at IB o'eloek noon, V thu (lovein! .
mimt "Pound, Waimano, Kwa, the fob
lowing animals: I White lloisu, I
?onei rony ami 1 iiuckskin .Mare.
I &'-7 lw Pound MttBtir
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