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TIICHSDAY, Al'llll.21, 1390.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
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Alike Honolulu...! 1:13 i::il l:f.:
llr lik I'.iU Wiiii fioui Melbourne, An
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Stmi- .1 A Cummin from Koolau
Selu Mllle Munis from IConlaii
Sehr IC'i iMut from Knholnlcle
Am lit. Allien l!c-se, llowaiil, fi- S:ni
Schr llnle.iknla rot- Ililn
Am bl Knoeh T:illiol,liho:lili s. for Ade
Tern A Ilka for Komi polls
Seln- Kaulllua for Kauai
VESSELS LEAYINfi TOMORROW.
Am bkt S X Castle. Hubbard, rnr San
Franel-eo :il IK a m
.Slim- (J It Mthop for Walanae, Wniahia
anil Knolau at ! a in
Sltur.J A Cummins for Koolau !) a in
Sehr Lavluia for Kauai
Stmr IVIo for Uanapcpe. Kauai
Sehr Kiilatnamt for Koluila ami Hawaii
Sclir Mile Morris for Kauai
For Sail FratieNco per bk A Men
Ilc-e, April L'l Mr Poller ami -on, M
A I'olli'r, KM Kugli-li, anil MrsCood
fellow ami Mill.
The IlrltUi bk l'ak Wnn arrived off
port to-day from Melbourne. Australia.
She will so'nn bo placed under the Ha
waiian llajr. Tbeo 11 Davles it (Jo. are
The birk Ceylon loads -ngnr after the
S X Castle.
'I lie Ameilean bk r.noch Talbot, 0:i
taln Hhoades, sailed this afleinoon for
Tbe Ainurlean clipper bktne S N Cas
tle, Capl I, II Hubbard, will ail to
morrow morning for San FrancKco with
1 l.lSi! hiijj sugar and li)5 bbl- mnhisc-.
The steamer W fi Hall is due to
morrow from windward port.
The steamer J'ele will take to-morrow
to Ilanapcpe, Kauai, a full load of nui
I'liluery for the. Hawaiian .Sugar Com
pany. The machinery wan from Ibe
Jtidou iron Woik-.
Tim steamer.! A Ouininln arrived
lo-day from Koolau with lliOO bags u
jjiir for llio bk C 1 P.ryant.
The sell r Ka Moi ai rived Iat niylit
from Koliolalcle with S'MO bag- sugar
for the bark Ceylon.
The American bk Alden liee, Cap
tain .T It Howard, hailed this afleinoon
,for ban FranelH'o. Her cargo was as
"follows: T K Moore, IK) bags coffee; W
(i Irwin & Co, !I3 bbls molasses and
10,080 bags sugar; II A Wldeinann,
:il!).S liags sugar; .1 T Waterhomn, -11)2
big-sugar; W O Sproull, 2412 bags su
gar; M Phillips & Co, 70 bags lice;
Sing Clioug & Co, 701 bags rice; MS
fiilubatiin ic Co, HOOD bags rice; Hy
inau llros, Hiis bags rice: G W Maclar
laue & Co. i:tSl eniptv kegs. Totals:
Ki,0!)2 bags (1002 tons)' sugar: -122!) bag
rice; lonnage, 12!!0 ton: loreigu value,
$J!i:t7; domestic value, 9117,21:1,35.
In the Police Court this morning
:i native was lined S- for drunken
ness. Four cases were remanded.
The trial of Lau lie Wing and Ah
I Ian alias I. an San for conspiracy,
extended into the afternoon. The
alleged conspiracy consists in "con
spiring witli Kook Lung to defraud
f-iiiong Hung Chang and Lo Sou by
obtaining goods under false pre
tences in the name of Kook Lung."
INFLUENCE GF LAflCUACE.
l'rolcssor Max Uluiler, in his
second lecture on the Science of
Language, at Oxford, said : If care
lully studied, language disclosed a
simplicity more wonderful oven than
its supposed complexity. The
videiice of language, better than any
oilier soiencc, taught them their true
position in the world. Take away
language, and man was lower than
the dumb animals of the Held and
of the forest. If the feeling of
(..Inu.illn lint ninnii flirt ll.inninnl Inn.
, J J.ILIUUII',) l'bitviii mi; iutiii;if.ii fuii-
guages of Europe could only claim
a scientific and literary interest, it
had produced very practical results
in other quarters. The feeling be
tween the white and black man was
deeply engrained in human nature ;
and, in spite of all the arguments
jn sppport of our common human
ity, it was not to bo wondered at
-- that the dark people of India should
look upon their white conquerors as
strangers, and that the white rulers
of India should treat their dark sub
jects as people of another kind. That
feeling beamed almost unconquera
ble till Hie discovery of Sanskrit
proved beyond all manner of doubt
that (ho languages spoken by the
dark inhabitants of India must have
sprung from the same source as
Greek, Latin, and English. The
name Indo-European marked not
only a new epoch in tho study of
language ; it ushered In u new period
in the history of the world, It
might freely bo nllirmed that the
dlscovory of tho Sanskrit language
and litcraturo had been of moro
value to England in tho retention
and iucrcaso of the Indian Empire
than an army of a hundred thousand
men. There wcro many moro less-ons
which this science has still in store
LOCAL & QEHF.RAL NEWS.
1 lll fi. I.,! m. tll.il ...,1 I .1 ,..' la nil.
vilf-cil to lot.
iihai'i lias In I'll found, iiml ii
lielil for tbe owner nt Sachs' Micro.
Tin: S. iN. Castle will mi! for San
I'liinein'o to-tiiorrow ill 10 o'clock
Tin: Mikado Opera Company will
give two inoio pel fni iiianecH liefme
.1a. I-'. Moig.m will m'11 lliiM'i'iitie
lioud sailboat "lielle of the Hay," I
Stitiiid.iy noun. !
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At ils iiii'i'tmgye-loiiluy tin Iloaiil
of Health cbielly di-i'ils-ed nppin
piialinns fur Ibe on-iiing liiennial
('. 1!im:wi:i: & Co. Iiae ju.-l iceeiv
eil from Uolon by the baik.lnlin I).
Urewer, a vaiie!,V(if vehicles speeilieil
in an nilveiliseinenl in nnolher
TuxnmiK arc wanted liy tho Hoard,
oi Health, In close May M at noun,
for supplying an aveiago of ninety
bead of fat beef e.itlle a iiinnlli In
the leper setllemi'lil.
Tin: household finniliiic at tin
lesiileuce of Mi. II. M.iennllaii, next
the IClgle House, Ntiuaiitl stieel,
will lie bold by Mi. .las. V. Mnrjjaii on
Tuesday, (be !)lb insi.
At the (. K. and h. Co.'s wl.mf,
now being cnnsliiicted mi the west
side of the baibor, pile Irivc been
diiven to the depth of Mo feel with
out leaching a solid bottom.
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Ttficr.T.s fm the Aiion picnic may
bo had at tbe stoics of M. (ioldberg,
Krank (Jeit:-., C. .1. MeCartliy, .1. J.
William., the Elite leu (Vain Par
lors, ami of all the inemlicis.
Tin: Y. M. ('. A. r.nniveisary will
lm held at 7:!I0 this evening in tlie
Association Hall, the exercises to
consist of luief lcpoits, interspersed
with special inu-ic, t lie whole to close
with a social and cool icfieshiiients.
A coidinl imitation is extended to
all fiiends of the institution, young
men and strangers.
Tmr walls of the 1'nlieo Court
chamber have been lintail gray to a
height of about seven feel, witli a
nanow black bolder on top. The
H'sl of. the walls and the ceiling have
been cal&oinined a clean while.
Strips of coeoauttt matting have re
placed the. grass matting, and be
tween these the floor is painted
"Shinu.uv.n," to be piodtieed to
night at the Opera House by the
llijou Comedy Company, is the
strongest play they have yet put on
the boards. Keats can be procuied
at Mr. Levey's oflice until the close
of business hours, and at the Opera
House fioni 7:110 to 8 o'clock. While
a good dramatic company is hen the
best that it has to oiler ought to be
enjoyed by all play-goers.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Anniversary Y. M. C. A., 7:.10.
Kainehaineha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S. I!., at 7:.'10.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Uiiles, at
In Alaua vs. Kaaukai, tried yes
terday b' a native jury, a verdict of
Sl.'iO damages for the plaintiff was
returned, three jurors dissenting.
Mr. Justice MuCully yesterday
approved the account to April 2X2,
lS'K), of A. K. Judd'and W. K. Al
len, administrators of the estate of
thu late Samuel G. Wilder.
Tho King vs. W. E. Spooner, as
sault willi a deadl3" weapon, was
tried at term before Mr. Justice
Ilickertou and a foreign jury this
morning. Defendant appeared in
person. The jury was out at noon.
Thejun' returned to joport a
disagreement ol seven to five and
wcreyscnt back to make a further at
tempt at a verdict.
In the Intermediary Division,
Chief Justice Judd heard defend
ant's appeal from Police Court, in
Kawika vs. l'aia, damage. Judg
ment ot lower court was allirmed.
Cecil Ilrown for plaintilf; A, Ilosa
GOVERNMENT LEASE SOLD,
Chief Clerk John A. Hassingerot
the Jutcrior Department sold by
miction, at Ihe Government ISuild
ing to-day noon, tile lease for 25
years of lots lti and 10 on the Gov
ernment Survey map of the espla
nade, having a frontage on Kort
street of o0 feet and running back
200 feet to Kekuanaoa street. The
upset price was S 120 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
A condition of tho salo was that the
purchaser must within one year af te.r
the date of sale erect a fireproof
building to cost not less Hutu $11000,
the plans of whicli must bo approved
by the .Superintendent of Public
Works. The building must be kept
in good repair and will revert to the
Government at tho expiration of the
lease on its sooner dctui'tiiiualiou.
Krcd. Ilarribon was tho successful
bidder for the lease at SGG0 per an
num. As the upset price Is based
on the average rental of adjoining,
valuable, improved properties, the
result of the sale is considered
Tin: Odd IMlows' picnic at Ifay
ininiil tiii'Ve on Sallllilay will be
available by tiaius .:i inj; llonnlulu.
tit 0 a. m " mid o:l."i p. in., letuin
iug fioni the (liove at I! a. in., I mid
10 p. in. Tickets for the lounil (tip
are fixed at oO cents, and Hie com
mittee will fiunisli tcf refitments on
'file MUittttn Opera Cnmimii.v
tntM'tl In' Me. .Nolle
Member of The Mikado Opera
Company and a lew friends of tlieni- ,
selves and of litis hoot were royal' !
entertained by Mr. II. J. Nolle at
his re-idence, "The Casino," last
night. Only two or three of the j
company were ini-sing. Mr. I. ewers,
one of the leading performers, was J
untoitiiiiately kept home by illness.
Two omnibuses and a number of i
liacl.i and private carnages took lite
party from (own, the gcneial trans
portation lui-inC'S being ably han
dled by the Club Stables. The e
cursionis'.s were lull of merriment
on the wa', singing snatches of the
opeia and popular song", not forget
ting the unfortunate McGinty and
dear Annie ltomiL'3'.
Mr. and Mrs. Nolle received the
guests witli arc.nl coidiality, making
all immediately feel at ease and
happy. The house was brilliantly
lighted and large colored lanterns
on the veranda imitingly inatked
the festhc scene. P.oautiful vines
and ferns were twined about the
chandeliers, other prominent objects
being similarly adorned. A plcndhl
collection of (lowering shnihs, mai
denhair and other delicate ferns was
placed at one corner of the huge hall
Dancing began carPy to music
furnished 113 a detachment of tiic
lloyal Hawaiian Orchestra. The
room is about sixty l3' thirty feet,
witli a high frescoed ceiling, and is
one ot the most attractive dancing
hulls in the kingdom. For coolness
and rest theie is a wide veranda, its
railing covered willt vines, looking
out on a large, garden. At ten
o'clock the ooinpai'3' was directed
to the supper room, where a repast
of delicious salads, sandwiches, and
cake was piled high, with the acces
sories of hot coffee and icccicam on
call. Draught beer, claret punch,
and lemonades were available all the
An unexpected treat was intro
duced in ihe entertainment. He
twecn two of the dances Mrs. W.
W. Dimond and Mr. E. V. UMiop,
taking up position at the head of the
hall, sang the duet, "There is beauty
in the bellow of the bhsl." Prof.
Sanvlet played the accompaniment
on the piano. Loud calls for "Yum
Yum" brought forward Miss Nolle,
who iiang Ihe "moonlight" 'olo.
Then another oiitc' elicited "Xanki
Poo's" song by Mr. W. H. Iloogs,
with the male chorus in full support.
At a later interval a clamor was
raised for the "three little maids,"
to which Mrs. Howler, Miss Noltc,
and Miss Lishman responded. And
still later "Ihe great Mikado" liim
srlf, Mr. Montoagle, was compelled
to yield his solo. Ili3 attendant,
Mr. V. T. Monsarrat, improvised
a stale umbrella out of a punch
Tho entertainment was character
ized throughout l3', absence of con
straint and forinalit3 Mr. Nolte
was in his clement seeing the 3-oung
people thoroughly enjoying them
selves. The party dispersed at two
o'clock this morning and its mem
bers were expeditiously dropped at
their respective homes by the char
tered vehicles. D. II. Davis, who
drove the "jolly crowd" 'bus, re
ceived maii3' votes of thanks, both
in chorus and solo. Mr. Nolle was
given three rousing cheers by his
FOREICN NEWS ITEMS.
The salary of tltc infant King of
Spain is 2.10,000 a year.
A school for women journalists
has been started in London.
The hiblc was translated into six
new languages last year.
The Archbi.-hop of Paris has issued
a decree forbidding cremation.
Italy has a debt of S 1 ,3tl2,800,00(),
the largest of any nalion in the
hefore the end of the present year
six new vessels will have been added
to the American navy.
It is estimated that 110,000,000
European eggs were eaten in the
Tinted States last year.
Mrs. Mary Livermorc Is reputed
to he worth's 100,000, a fortune that
is the result of her lectures.
Hereafter Australia is to make the
ammiinilion for her army, which
hitherto lias all come from England.
Forty women were in a recent week
graduated us Doctors of Medicine
from the Women's Medical College
Mr. Spurgeon's church received
.'110 now members on their baptism
last year. The total membership is
now set down as Alio I.
The people of New York Slate
pay out about 2f, 000,000 annually,
toward the support of ils :I50,000
ciiminals, paupers, tramps and vag
rants. There arc a dozen factories in
Amsterdam kept busy night and day
making genuine old spoons, knives
and folks for American tourists.
Telegraphing money 113 the postal
telegraph has been instituted in
England, beginning with March I,
after a number of experiments. Tho
limit is S.'jO.
An Englishman has invented a
desk for the use of persons travel
ling, the table of whicli is ilxed in
such a way that it remains steady in
spite of tho swaying of tho boa't or
Mr. Flinders Petrie has dug up
at Kaliun, formerly known as Illa
liun, what probably is the oldest
will in existence,,- It consists of a
settlement, made by Sekhenrew in
2iifi0 11. C, or 1110 years ago. It
is unexpectedly similar in form to
modern documents of the sort.
AH 0PEI1A PROPOSITION.
A h mi re to Secure a Illsh ClnH
I'l iiIVm-IiiiiuI ('Rlllpit I)
Mr. L. .1. Levey has in hand a
plan to bring the Said Pnt.hu Opera
Company to Honolulu lor a season
at the Hawaiian Opera House. This
company te under the propiielor
sliip of John Krelling, of the linn of
Krelliug Hros., owners of the Ttvoli
Opera House, San Francisco. I L I-.
the only complete llrl-class opera J
company 111 the I nilcd Stales and
has earned a high name in all the
large Eastern cities. It has played
"Dona Juanicta," "The liriaaiul's,"
"Coqnololl," and "Said Pasha,"
the latc-t ciaze in operas, u crowd
ed houses, nnd for many consecu
tive weeks in all the larger eitie of
the United States. The repeiloire
of the company contains many mote
operas than those mentioned. All
tiic singers have wonderful voices,
and the wardrobes are many and
maguiliccnt. The principals will be
brought here in addition to a large
choius should arrangements be ef
fected. The company can be se
cured for a season of ilfteen nights
in July next, giving frequent
changes ol opera'. It rests with
the public now to do their pait.
There lias often been heard a loud
call for an opera conipau', and here
seem-, to be just what is wanted. If
Mr. I.CVC3' could be guaranteed
three hundred suhciitcr- at 82 for
each night lie would at once engage
the company. He will to that end
open a subscription list at his ollice.
CUKE FOR SQUEAKING SHOES.
The squeaking of shoes, as the
Listener believes he once befoie
explained, is due to the rubbing of
tlie tipper upon the under sole.
This is prevented 113' putting soap-
stone powder between the two thick
nesses of leather, whicli acts as a
sort of lubricator. A shoe whicli
has squeaked can be cured l1 the
dealer or a cobbler simply by rip
ping the soles apart, putting in
soapstonc and sewing or pegging
tlie leathers together again. Some
people like to have their shoes
squeak ; it serves verj much the
purpose of an announcement of
their presence and takes tiic place
of a forei miner, who, in India, pre
cedes the great man's carriage,
shouting: "Make wa3" for the sa
hib!" The Listener is not one of
those persons. He prefers mute
shoes, hut he can stand anything
except a pair of shoes one of "which
squeaks and the other does not. To
go down a room, jn the face of a
considerable company, with a pair
of shoes making unlike and alternat
ing noises, thus: "Squeak, clump!
squeak, clump!" t- one of the
greatest trials in tltc world. Uos
APUAl-T, owner can obtain -aiue
by calling at Saeh's Store, pi ov
iug propel tv and paving for this un
tie,:. " r.:i7 It
APAllTI.Y l'lirni-lied ;.
Knom Cottage with
iirilcu. Apply at ''So. Is"
Ximaiiii avenue, above 1st bridge.''
A COM) and Kukiii Nut llicatpin,
between Wiiterhouse's Xo. 10
Sloie and the While Hou-e. .".III! Jt
AT .Miiklki, a Peacock. H' leward
will be paid to any person ic
luriiing -aid bird to
.V.lllw It. I.ISH.MAX.
rpilK quarterly annual meeting of ibe
X P.icllle Hardware Co., (L'd), will
lie held at their ollice on VKI)'l:s;
DAY, ApiiUOtli, at 10 o'clock A. m.
Jas. 0. SPKNCKK,
").".(: td N'erutaiv.
.I11-1. Arrived from ISoiou.
C. BREWER & CO.
OITI'.lt I'OII SAM". A
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Evening Buggies,
Kxtensliiii Top Cain inlet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
l-'ioin the celebrated inanufiieloi.v of
(led. I., liiowiifll. New
JYIUJUIU CyV.1 -2 .'JTfeS
Of the well-known Hole A 0-guod
iaf The pubic are ln Itcil In ln-peet
Ihc-i! (ioods at the stole of
ti:- lm til iiu'i'ii -tied.
. r4lf. Vil
THE WAnLIKE I'ilEPAIIATIOHS,
('oMili'tmifit ii.v iti'Miiiiiiliiu ill ilir Vn
llontil Helm in I'm l.l
A full meeting of tho member
elect of the Legislature, belonging
to the National Reform Party, wa
hcld at noon to-day. when the fol
lowing resolution was unaniinou-lv
"'m:t!i:-, The .Marshal of the
Kingdom is aiming the police ami
others, and calling them together nt
unseasonable tunes under pretense
ol threatened distuibuucc-,. and
"Witr.i:iA, The Representatives
of tiic National Reform Paity be
lieve that such demonstrations arc
calculated to, create unnecessary
"Win in A", We have the moral
assurance that, so far as the Na
tional Reform l'art,y is concerned,
theie is no cause whatever for alarm
or disturbance, ami
"Wtimti'.A-, We are using ami
will ii-.e every ell'ott to preserve the
peace; therefore, be it
"AVvWiW, That the members of
the National Reform Paity in meet
ing assembled, condemn the action
of tlie Mar.hal or others tonceined,
:u being not only huitfiil to the
well-being stud good icpule of this
(joiiiiuunity, but even dangerous to
tlie general peace."
Dr. A. Rohdc -ays that the u-e of
domestic utensils made ol nickle is
quite harmless. A nickle-platcd
vessel witli a surface of 2D0 square
centimetres, containing a 2 per cent,
solution of acetic acid, lost in twenty
four hours only from twcnt--four to
twenty-nine milligrammes' of tlie
nickle ; and tartaric, citric and lactic
acids have all about the same effect
on the metal as the acetic acid. As
such small quantities ol nickle aie
dissolved even under very favorable
circumstances lie think-, tliere can
never be anv real danger of poison.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On SATUIIDAV, April 'Hi,
AT I -J O'CLOCK OO.V.
At Urewer's Wliaif, I w II sell nt l'llli
lie Am llmi, the
is !.( Celtic r Itn-jiil Sail Kiinl
" BELLE OF THE BAY"
With MuM, Sails, Ambon, Klc ,
fiST-For fmtlitr pinlculais apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAX,
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, April JiiMli,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
Attliijie-ldeiieeof Ml:. II. .M ACM II.
I.AX, Xiiiiauu -licet, adjoining ilic
Kagle llou-e, 1 will -ell al I'ublii Auc
Household -:- Furniture
Parlor Furniture !
rpliol-tcied lied Lounge,
Flush Seat Chairs & Bookers,
Cnriaiii- & Cornice-,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
IJluck Walnut Cbelfonlorc,
China ic .lapaue-e Tea Set-,
1 Supreme Range,
1 '.'-wheel Ili-iiUo,
I .Set llaruu--, Ktc. Ktc.
.IAS. F. MOItfiAX,
.V.r II Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
JSy order of CKOII, HltOWN. Km
outer of the K-tate of the late Kd. Pre--ton,
decca-eil. 1 will -ell at Public Auc
tion, at inj .Salesroom, Queen -Meet-,
On SATURDAY, April 5-'(5,
AT II OTI.OCU A. M .
And IRON SAFE
Uf -aid lMale.
JAS. F. HI ORGAN,
filtii '.Si Aiii-linncer.
Sicv Machinery For Sale
I I'ntiiani Kugliie ''M.
1 Thicc ltnllr Mill, ,
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
Willi -20 Inch llflt A Pitting-,
I liH!!isls Cutnhlncd Vacuum
I l!!:.l-.7iK Combined Vacuum
tUf All in good order and condition,
and ready for delivery at the end of the
present giliidlng season, .May be lu--pecicd
at llainal.ua Mill, I'.iaullo, Ha
waii. Apply to
r-iiiiiu Tliso. H. Davies & Co.
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quifable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Kxlrftut 1'i'o.n Annual Circular to Agcnta.
"We. purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. .Many will lie attracted by the fact that you arc selling thu
bonds of a life insurance society with asests over S10i,00'),00ll.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you arc
now able to quote the icaults of twenty year Tonliuc-i) give you, jjreat
advantages over others, a- no other company will for a number of years,
In) able to show actual results on -imilar I'olicici.
"IIKNIIY 11. I1YDK,
Ca"- Send for illu-lrativc pamphlet-, or call in person on the under-Moiied.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
.General Acnit for the Hawaiian Mauds, I-'quitalile Life Assurance hociely
of the l'. s. .Taii-1-Pit
A I.AlKil-: ASSUUT.MKNT OF
AMATHUK OUTFITS !
From f.s.'iO t..
A. SF.1C1) and tk. ('Alt 111' IT J)UV IM.VIT.S.
Tin YMAIt nooiv OF I'MOTOCS ISAIMI Y,
MMTISII I'HOTOCiltAI'IIIC ALMANAC.
AMF.WICAX ANNUAL OF I'llO TOUKAl'IlY
And IMIOTOOUAI'IIIO MOSAICS.
MOLUSTER & CO.,
IO!) COKT STUKKT.
K. It. Hr.xiiKV, President ,i Mannger. .Ions Ks., Viee-Pre-iilent.
Goiiritr.v Hnowx. Seerctarv ,c Treasurer. Ci.cn. JJnows-, Audltur.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sprcckct's' Stunli, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORT Klt.S and DKAI.KKS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Ciassware, Crockery,
Qstauine Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wcdcwocd
l'iano, Library t .Stand Lamps, Chandeliers it Klectoliers,
Lamp Fixtuics nf all kinds, A complete asMiitm't of Dtills & Files,
PLiM'AW SUPPLE Dt EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "O.i.ollc" Il-wheeled Hiding I'low S: K(piali.cr,
IJlucbeaid Kicc Plow, I'lanters' ."-teel A Ooo-eneel:ed Ho-e,
LAHI), OYLINDFlt, KKUOSP.Xi:, LINSLKD,
I'.iinl.s, Yaruiiihcs & llriishes, Manila it .Sial Hope.
IIA.VDLKS OF ALL KINDS,
Uo!-e, Hose, Hose,
UUI11ILK, WIKK-HOIINI) of uprior quality, .fe STKA.M, '"
Agate lion Ware, Silver l'latcd Ware, Table it l'oeket (tutlery, tj,
I'owder, Shot it Oap, The Celcbi.itcd"Club" .Machiiic-loailed Oaitriilc.es.
Hurt'. Pn tent "Duplex" Die Stock for I'ipo it Bolt Threading,
Mailman's Klcul Win; Fenco .t Steel Wiro .Mats,
Win. (i. Fisher's Wrought Steel Itangce
Gate' Oily Stone Filter.,
"New 1'ioeess" Twist Drills,
nov-211-S'.l Ncal's Caniage Paint-.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
-"riir. Ue-ldeuu of It. I.
Lilliuon Luiuilllo street.
, rontniniui; Double l'mlors,
L-iro Dining Uooiu.-t Uedronms, Dress,
in and Hatbrooius, Kilclieii and li Pan.
tries, Dutiiflicd Servant's House, Stable,
(Joaeli House mid Chicken Yntd. The
(IroiiniU Hie 105 fool front and about
!I2." tcet deep, and tire nil laid out with
Pn! ms, Hoses and Choice limits. Will
be va'-ant on the i'tli May. Tlie Fcinuiy
and Ferns lo be removed unle-s iikicciI
on. .VJ7 tt
C'OTTAGK lo let near
town with I iooiih, be-
sldc- cooklnj; and wa-h
lion-es attaebed. Address "O. II. T..'1
caie It t t.i.r.iiN. ", lw
CO'lTAdK convriiiont to
IV. si i eel cms, Would like
uuiet pliipii near Hotel. Mo.
ent itf-iieii Aiiuresa v;. c.,--
JV) lent for 1 month u l.aigo
1. Konni or Hull, either .
cromiil tloor or unstiiir-i. must ,
bo centrally tiiimled. lii. If '
Ketil Eslato For Salo.
aa A fpft'l) IIOU-CS mill I.OtS Oil
irH - ,in,M'" ''",;. I'-ilama.
liA?iLi'wS Pnil VDllfMlt t.l -I.HItl, llllll It'llll
! en in, cry healthy locality. Lot on
King slieei, near llmuiiiiku'i Line, For
patttiulars apply to
.lOlIN F. ltOWLKK.
Orl'Ims.T. (lultfli. Pit) 'Jin
nil - :. -
1?IHKVOOl) for tale nt Hawaiian
? Commcrchil Hiileprcomn, cornn of
(iucen and Nimnnu siree's. -UH n
SAlr FOIf HALE.
I II A Ylv received a few' bundled bass
of Sail, of the very best ipuility.
e.icli bag weighing I'M pounds, I will
bell .it very lowesit price at fl each;
tpecinl ledue.tion liy tlie ton. Onlei
froui other Islands will be promptly
mteiided to with snli-frtction guaian.
Iced. Address hII otders lo
Cuas 1. IUHAM,
rt"l '.'in tlalinoino, HouoIhIii. Oalni.
aMIF. above rewind will be paid lo
. any parly ivinjj evidence which
will lead to thu cuinletlon of the per-on
who threw a stone or .-tones at one of
tin black swans, belonnlue; lo the Kn
plolanl 1'aik A ochulon, on .Siind.iv.
the -JIUli lii'taut.
W. M. OlFFAltl),
.VII lw Secrclan K. 1". A.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIL under.-lned having been dull
1. appointed Kxecutor of the K-tuli
ot.lulia I.. ItawMiu, Into-of Honolulu,
l-laud of O.iliil. decea-cd; notice I
lieiebt "hen to all persona to piecut
their cliiluia aalu-t the estate of said
.lulia I.. Kaw-ou duly aiitlieutloated
wlielber secuied bv luoitji.ijjo orotber-wl-e
to .lohu S. Walker, at his ollice in
Honolulu, Oahu, within .-lx month
Iroui the date heieof or they will be
loiever baned. And all persons in
debted to said estate will make, luiine.
dlate paviuc ui Ihereol to
I'Aeeiitor Last Will and Te-iament of
.lulia L. ltawi-ou. deceased.
Dated Honolulu. Apill 1S,1.W.
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