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SATUHDAV, Al'ML 20, 181)0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. 1'. M.
J.o.ive Honolulu !i:U(i 2:00
Alilvo Miiuatm (i :l,s l' :IS
Leave Mnimiui 11 :U0 -t :0u
Arrive ITumilulii II ..$ I is
SINliAV I RAINS.
A.M. V, M. f. M.
Leave Honolulu... n::!i i'.::in '.turn
Arrive Miiniiii . . .10:!H 1:18 JiilS
1ah e Mamma . . . . 11 :0J 1 Mil 1 :0;
Arrive Hoiuiliihi... 11:18 iiilll tin;)
A ,, ARRIVALS.
Stinr Mol.olll from Molokai
Sibr Caterlna from Kiihukii
Sehr Llholllio from Kauai
Htmr Wulalcale. from Kllauea and Hume
Sttnr Kaaln from Ivanal
Hliur Iwalanl for Lahaina and Haina-
kua af I) u in
Sflir Lavlula for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOKROW.
Am lik Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAV.NG MONDAY.
Am bUt John WorMer, Oroth. for Port
Stmr Mokolil for Molnkai at ." p m
Stmr Waialealc for Lahaina and K'n-
kaiau at 5 p m
Sehr I.uka for Kohala
Sehr Kti Mol for Kohnlalele
.Stuir.T Cummins for Koolau at !) a m
.-(.hi' l.lholiho for Kauai
From Kauai peratinr Wnialeale, Apr
20 .1 II Ulaklc and 10 duck.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolil April
20 .J S Uartholomow and 1(1 dceu.
Thu bktuo W II Diinond will sill for
San Francisco nest Tncsdav.
The bark Lady Lainpsoulias finished
The. American bark Ceylon, Captain
K Calhoun, will sail for San Franci:o
lo-morrow or on Mondav morning with
a full cargo of sugar.
ThebaikSC Allen will load sugar
after thu bark Ceylon. She will h:ae
Tor Sau Francisco about next Friday.
The bktnc John Worster finishes" un
loading her cargo of coal this afternoon.
She A'lll leave in ballast for Poit Town
end next Monday.
The sctir Llholllio brought 1H00 bags
sugar this morning from Kauai.
The stmr Kaaln arrived this morning
from Kauai with 101)1 bags sugar for the
bark Ceylon. The steamer Watalcale
also arrived from Kauai with 3472 bags
sugar for the bark CD Bryant.
The steamer Walalealu will leave on
Monday afternoon for I.ahaiua and Ku
kalau. The stmr Hawaii arrived vesterdny
afternoon from Hnmakiia ports with
i!300 bugs sugar for the bktno W 11 Di
inond, and also 110 hide. Siie landed
100 head cattlo at Kalaupapa from Ka
waihae. The steamer Mokolil brought this
morning 10 head cattle, 7 calves, and
S00 b.igs sugar from Molokai atidU8
sheep irom Lauai.
Tlie British bk Pak Wan which arriv
ed the other day from Australia is now
owned by the Hon J S Walker aud has
beou placed under the Hawaiian Hag,
her measurement now being 770.22 tons
Jl r Walker has renamed her the "Ma
nna Ala." Captain William .Smith con
tluues iireoinmaud of her.
TODD At Kaawaloa, South Kona, Ha
waii, April 23rd, to the wife of Mr.
A. A. Todd, a daughter.
TODD-At Kaawaloa, South Kona, Ha
waii, LouIa, aged 32 years, wife of
Mr. A. A.Todd.
A MORTIFIED COLONEL.
At the beginning of the. war the
late John W. Uoddard was commis
bionccl Colonel of Maine volunteers.
Not long after, to the surprise of
almost everybody, lie resigned. The
reason for this action is Haiti to be
this: One day a farmer, named Saw
telle, drove on to the campground
at Augusta with a load of hay, and,
it being near noon, sat down near
Ids load to eat his dinner. Colonel
Goddard came along just then, and
amused himself by pulling liandfuis
of hay out of the load and strewing
them over the farmer's head, filling
liis hair and eyes and spoiling his
dinner. The farmer was mad, and,
knowing that it would be useless to
protest while on tlie ground, went
down to the municipal court and
iworo out a warrant agaiust God
dard. William II. Libby, now De
puty Sheriff, was Marshal then, and
the next time he found Goddard in
Augusta arrested him. It was now
Goddard's turn to rave, and he did
it witli energy j but the Marshal was
llrni, and the Colouel of a regiment
under military orders had to march
to tlie courtroom, like any civilian,
and pay his fine. Sawteile was at
the courtroom waiting for him, too,
and his vigorous remarks did not
tend to soothe tho Colonel's wound
ed spirit. Tlie story got into camp,
Hie Colonel felt too crushed to meet
it, and in a few days he resigned.
f Lewistou Journal.
Albert Ilalsey Osborne, one of
the oldest and best known lawyers
of Brooklyn, is dead. He resided
some time in California in early
Heavy losses to cattlo in the
Northwest Territory were repotted,
owing to the snow covering the
ranges and tho inability of tho cat
tle to obtain food.
, . i - - i - - ii i .i-i n nil
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Am. Government fchools icsiinu'
Mis Hetty's kcIiooI, Kimiin -tied,
will re-open on Monday.
lNTi:ttt:srtN(i reading mailer will
ho found on tho fourth page.
H. F. Kiim'.iis fc Co. have n veiy
interesting advertisement in this
Si.Mi'i:t. I'l'.su:!!, head ovd'cer of
Naalchu plantation, Kan, came to
town nick bv the V. G. Hall.
Tin: Slur and Kiintehiiineh.t h.ne
linll club" have their l'ut eoutct (if
(be .eu.oii at !!:!! this aflernonn,
l'lil.Ncii'At. .Scot I ilesiies all pupils
ot Foil St i eel School to be in their
places punctually Monday morning.
Joh. I). Oilman's horse ran away
at Mr. Dillingham's leeeption last
night and broke tlie top oil tho car
nage. .Ia.. F. Morgan scIIn the veiy de
sirable pMipertien belonging to the
estate of the l.ito Mm. Kccgnu, at
II. 1). M. K. Ciia.mi'Ion- look II is
Majesty the King fiom Kailua to
Hilo, and will bring him to town
eaily next week.
l.v Goldbeig's Meiehant streol win
dow is :i magnificent ox-head, the
Ineadlb between tho born tips being
Oft. lin. It is from lion. Sam. Par
ker's ranch nod was ."lulled in San
Ml!. Horace Kwing will have tlie
part of "Widow Iledolt" in the play
at the Opiii House this evening.
This lino comedy ought to command
n bumper hoin-o. Tickets at Mr.
Levey's olliee in business hour-, and
at the Opera House box olliee at 7 :!10
Co. P.. Honolulu Itilles prollered
joint occupancy of its new armory,
Mclnerny Hall, to Co. I), In tbeevont
of satisfactory arrangement of terms.
Tlie latter corps at its meeting last
night decided to icinaiii at its pres
ent quarteis, pending action of the
Legislature' legiuding the battalion.
A snx'i.MKK of tlie fine quality of
Hawaiian woods for cabinet making
pui poses is to bo seen at the turning
shop of W. K. Herrick. Uctliel sheet.
It is a pillar for a centre table made
of inilo wood, whoso ricli yellow
and biown colors take a beautiful
polish. Mahogany or any oilier wood
does not surpass this in fitness for
Fkospi:c"i.s could not be better than
they are for tlie Odd Fellows anniver
sary picnic at Kenion Grove. Tho
nine o'clock train bad six ears, five
completely nnd . tlie sixth partly
filled. Jly the same tiain tho Uoyal
Hawaiian Hand went down. Tlie
other titling will leave at 2 and 5:16
p. ni., and leturning trains will leave
Mamma nt 4 and 10 p. m. '1 ho
woAthor is beautiful.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Bijou Comedy Co., in "Widow
Bedott," at Opera House, 8 p. m.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Sale of Keegan property, etc., by
J. F. Morgan, 12 in.
Miss Elizabeth Taylor, sister of
the widow of the late Judge Preston,
was found dead in bed this morning.
She was a native of England, who
came to Honolulu from Melbourne,
Australia, ten years ago. Miss Tay
lorwas b'3 years of age and had lived
a retired life during her residence
here. The funeral will take place
from the residence of Mrs. Preston,
King and Piikoi streets, nt .'1 :!10 this
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Third Sunday after Easter. Ca
thedral Services :'
Holy Communion 0:!1() a. in.
Morning Prayer 9:30 a. in.
Holy Communion (Choral) 10 a.
in. Sermon by lit. Ilev. the Bishop
Hawaiian 'Evensong i) :!)() p. in.
Sermon by Ilev. W. II. Barnes.
Evening Prayer C p. in. Sermon
by Ilev. II. II. Gowcn.
SlX'ONI) Co.NOUKUATION llcV. A.
Mackintosh, pastor. Services at
11:16 a. m. and 7:30 p. in.
The people living at and about
Kaawaloa were startled on Wednes
day morning as tho sad news circu
lated that the wife of Mr. A. A.
Todd had just been called away
from earth and its cares. Tuesday
evening, deceased was with her fam
ily and friends on tlie veranda,
cheerful and apparently in her usual
health. A few hours later, and the
new-born infant with four brothors
and sisters were motherless. Thus
wonderfully do the mysteries of life
and death find a meeting place in
one hour and under the same roof.
Tho funeral took place in the after
noon, when tho remains were com
mitted to tiie dust in Cliristchurch
cemetery, the burial sorvices being
conducted by the Ilev. S. II. Davis.
The bereaved husband and father
and tho five little ones have thu
heartfelt sympathies ol the whole
April 21, 18!)().
Warden Keating ami Deputy She
riff McGoniglo, who were accused
of bribory at tho Ludlow-strnet jail,
New York, have resigned their positions.
luiiix uullmuw . uowolUlu, n. Jt
1 i I til i . Ti i i I i i iT I II iWl T I
A UR1LLIANT RECEPTION.
i'.nleilnlniiioiit by 31 r nml Mm II
I'. IHIlliisliniit at "Wiiiiillmvii."
A grand entertainment was given
by Mr. nnd Mrs. B. K. Dillingham
sii their beautiful residence, "Wood
lawn," Beretania and Puliation
streets, from eight to ten o'clock
Inst night. It was a leeeption in
donor of Mr. nnd Mri. (5. F. AN"
lardt and Miss Allatdt. The event
was further considered as a liuiic
warming in view of extensive Improve
incuts made in lh home last year.
Also, as a corollary lending eclat to
the occasion, with thoe who were
in the secret, was the fact that it
was the eve of tho twetity-llrst anni
versary of the marriage of I he es
teemed host and hostess.
Never was there a more beautiful
private illumination here than that
of the "Woodlawu" premises last
night. Mr. J. W. McGuire, a vete
ran in this class of wotk, really sur
passed himself in thu artistic ar
rangement of the 360 colored lan
terns employed. The exterior of
the mansion was a blaze of chroma
tic light. The lanterns were hung
with a geometric- regularity thai
avoided danger of a confused effect
from the profusion ot lights. Gor
geous lanterns were disposed
amongst the wealth of shrubbery in
the spacious garden so as to niakc
avenues of ruddy glowing splendor.
Within the house there was a
regular crush of the elite of tlie city.
The company was presented to the
special guests by Mr. and Mrs. Dil
lingham. Mrs." Kluegel, sister-in-law
of tho honored couple, was ex--ccodlngly
attentive in luring guests
to the supper room, where they
were served at tables with delicious
ice creams, sherbets, aud cake.
Bouquets of the choicest dowers
wove placed throughout the rooms,
their delightsomo fragrance lading
the air. Expressions of admiration
were unstinted at tlie elegance at
tained in the enlargement aud reno
vation of tlie house. A more beauti
ful toplcal home could scarcely be
conceived. The double parlor is
divided by an ornamented archway
of graceful design. An added apart
ment continuing from the parlors is
the dining room, with inlaid mosaic
door and wainscot in tlie natural
woods, the panels alternating in
colors. The furnishings and articles
of vcrtu in all the rooms are in
keeping with the architectural 'ele
gance achieved. A splendid addi
tion is a veranda drawing room with
colored lights in the roof and side and
end of gotluc windows. I lie collec
tion of plants on the vorandas vies
with the richness of tropical vegeta
tion on the well-gardened and shady
During the evening the Uoyal
Hawaiian Band conducted by
Professor Berger played a se
lect programme. Among many
national airs played a speeiall' was
made of German patriotic tunes,
Mr. Allardt being of that race al
though he glories to hail from Ohio.
Ho has been here for some months
as the consulting engineer of tlie
Oahn Railway and Land Company,
on whoso land irrigation prospects
he had on a previous professional
visit made an elaborate report, in
conjunction with Mr. Schuyler, both
gentlemen being of the greatest
eminence as engineers on tho Pacific
Coast. Mrs. Allardt and daughter
arrived on the last steamer. The
following is as near a complete list
as could be gained of those who at
tended the reception :
A. Mrs J B Alherton, Dr and
Mrs Andrews, lion and Mrs W F
Allen, Mr and Mr3 F B Auerbach,
Miss Archer, Hon and Mrs W D
Alexander, Miss Marv Alexander,
B. Mr W A Bowen, Mr Godrey
Brown, Mr J E Bidwcll, Ilev Dr
Bcekivith, Miss Beckwitli, Ilev and
Mrs S E Bishop, Ilev and Mrs II
Bingham, Ilev and Mrs A D Bissell,
C lion A S Cleghorn, Mis3
Chamberlain, Mrs James Campbell,
Hon W 11 Castle, Mr G P Castle,
Miss Carrie Castle, Mrs J O Carter,
Miss Ctishman, Mr and Mrs A F
Cooke, Hon A do Souza Canavarro
(Portuguese Commissioner) and
Mrs Canavarro, Mr and Mrs A J
D. Mr and Mrs E C Damon, Mr
George Denison, Dr and Mrs Day,
Mr George Dillingham,
E. Ilev O P Emerson, Mr and
Mrs Jos Emerson,
F. Capt and Mrs Fuller, Justice
and Mrs Win Foster, MrSD Fuller,
Lllev Mr and Mrs Fisher, Dr Furry,
t.i. Mrs tiilman, Mr and Mrs
Jos D Oilman, Mr A V Gear, Mr
II. Mr and Mrs Jos Ilyman,
Miss Ilyman, Ilev Dr and Mrs C M
Hyde, Mr and Mrs W W Hall, Mr
J A Hopper, Mr Geo Harris.
1. Hon and Mrs Curtis P Iau
kca. J. Mr and Mrs E A Jones,
K. Mr and Mrs C E Kluegel,
L. Prof and Mrs A B Lyons, Mr
C J Lyons, Mr howrey, sr, Mrs W
J Lowrcy, Mrs It W Laiue, Mr E
Lainc, Mr Daniel Logan.
M. Judge and Mrs L McCulIy,
Mrs W C Merritt, Mr and Mrs Thos
May, Miss May, MrT J McLaugh
lin. O. Ilev and Mrs W B Oleson.Mr
J Mort Oat.
P. Mr and Mrs I) P Peterson,
Mr and Mrs A P Peterson, Miss
Addio Peterson, Mr and Mrs II A
11. Mr M P Ilobinson, Mrs Ho
well, Mr W E Howell, Mr Theo
llinhards, Mr and Airs S B Hose.
S. His Excellency J L Stevens
(U S Minister Resident), Kev Lowell
Smith, D. D., Hon II W Severance
(l S Consul-Gcneral) and Mrs
Severance, Hon II W .Schmidt (Con
sul for Sweden and Norway) and
Mrs Schmidt, T S Southwick, Mr A
I, Smith, ('apt and Mrs M Staples,
Mr. I I) Spencer, Marshal and .Mrs
J II Sopcr, Mr Swiucrtoii, Miss
T. Mrs Taylor, Mr J LToibert,
DrS G Tucker.
W. lion II M Whitney, Mr and
Mrs W C Wilder, Mr Frank Winter,
Mr and Mis II F Wiehinnn. Miss
Innri ii r Hit l'ritiinsi'il TVcw i:cil:no.
city IVeut VII !h Hit lulled
At the request of the HrixtniN
the Cabinet lias furnished the press
with the following project of ticaty
Tlie United States of America and
the Kingdom of Hawaii recognizing
the importance to both nations oi
extending the peculiarly friendly
relations now happily subsisting be
tween them, and of protecting and
giving permanence to tlie important
commercial and vested interests
which have grown out of the tieaty
relations heretofore established be
tween the two nations have solemnly
resolved and agreed upon the fol
It is agreed that the Treaties and
Conventions now in force between tlie
high contracting parties shall con
tinue in force, (notwithstanding any
articles therein contained limiting
their duration, or providing for their
termination) until modified or ter
minated by mutual consent of the
two Governments. Provided, how
ever, that the further extension of
Ailiele II. of tlie Treaty between the
('tilled States of America and His
Majesty the King of Hawaii, ratified
by Hawaii on the 20th of Novem
ber, 1887, relating to tlie grant to
the I'nited States of certain privi
leges in Pearl River, shall be sub
ject to the passage by tho (Tutted
States Congress and the Hawaiian
Legislature of the laws contemplat
ed I)' Article III. of this Treaty aud
tlie continuance in operation of such
It is agreed that all articles the
growth, produce or manufacture ol
the I'nited States of America which
arc entitled to be admitted free of
duty into the ports of the Hawaiian
Kingdom, under the convention of
commercial reciprocity of July,
1876, shall be treated by tho Hawai
ian Government in respect of any
bounties paid or of any exemptions
or immunities, anil in all other re
spects precisely as if such articles
were tho growth, produce or manu
facture ot the Hawaiian Islands, and
likewise, all articles the growth and
manufacture or produce of the Ha
waiian Islands which arc admitted
free of duty into tho ports of the
United States of America under the
convention of commercial recipro
city of July, 1875, shall be treated
by the Government of tlie United
States of America in respect of any
bounties paid or of any exemptions
or immunities of any kind and in all
other respects precisely as if such
articles were the growth, produce or
manufacture of the United States of
It. is agreed that whenever the
Congress of the United States of
America and the legislature of the
Hawaiian Islands shall have passed
tlie necessary laws providing tlictc
for, all articles the growth, produce
and manufacture of the Hawaiian
Islands shall be admitted into tlie
ports of the United States free of
duty, aud in consideration thereof
and as an equivalent therefor, all
articles the growth, produce, or
manufacture of tho United States of
America shall be admitted into the
ports of tho Hawaiian Islands free
of duty and all articles thus admit
ted into tho ports of cither country
free of duty shall be treated in re
spect of bounties, exemptions or im
munities and all other respects pre
cisely the same as if of the growth,
produce or manufacture of tho
country into whose ports they are
The evidence that such articles
are the growth, produce or manu
facture of the exporting country
shall be the same as required by the
convention of commercial recipro
city between tho Hawaiian Kingdom
and the United States of America of
There shall be exempted from the
operation of this Article, opium and
preparations thereof, aud spirituous
liquors, meaning thereby, any liq
uids of more than 18 per cent,
alcoholic strength, and any at tides
which arc, or which shall bo pro
hibited from entry into the ports of
either country by the laws ol that
It is agreed that tins convention
shall bo ratified by the President of
the United States by mid with the
advice and consent of the Senate
thereof and by His Majesty the
King of Hawaii, and the ratifica
tions exchanged as soon as possible,
and upon such exchange of ratifi
cations aud proclamation thereof by
the President of thu I'nited State's
and the King of Hawaii, the stipu
lations thereof shall go into effect
with the exception of tho Third
article, which shall go into effect
upon some date to be agreed upon
after the Congress of the United
Stntcs and the Legislature of tho
Hawaiian Islands shall have passed
awul 26, urn,
jwi.'iy.c5fV.0'? i ;
the necessary laws lo give effect to
The present convention shall re
main in force until modified or lei ,
initiated by mutual consent. A
conference for the purpose ol con- '
siderlng the modification or teiiuiua- ,
tiou of this convention or any of the I
convention or treaties between the
two high conti acting parlies shall j
be hold at the capital of one or
other of the two countries for such '
purpose at anv time within siv
months alter either of the high con
tracting parlies shall have given
foimal written notice to the oilier of
its desire to hold such conference
LIMES for -"ale at the San Francisco
Fruit .Store. Fort iilieet. iitl'.i Ii
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TUESDAY, April 'iUlh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
At the icshleiiee of Ml:. II. MACMII.
I.AN, N'liii'iuti -trect. adjoining the
F.aglc ilnuif, I will -ill at I'ulilic Auc
Household -:- Furniture
Parlor Furniture !
Upholstered lied Lounge,
Plueli Seat Choirs & Rockora,
Uuitalu A CVrtilee-.
B. W. Eedroom Set,
ItUcl. Walnut Ulielfouiere,
China A- ,lai.ine-i Tea Set.
ii Supreme Range,
t 2-wheel ltraKe.
1 Set Harne-i', Kli.. Ktc.
.IAS. F. MOK(JAN,
.W It Auctioneer.
LANDLORD'S SAL OF
Goods & Chattels
IHstrulni'il for Hit- .oii.iiiiy incut
I am liixtiucteil liy lnm- It. Holt,
Jr., to sell at Public 'Auction
On MONDAY, May 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,'
Of aiil day, at my Salesroom, on Queen
.street, In the City of Honolulu, the fol
lowing (luscrlhuii Coeds and Chattel- nf
Fook I.niiL,', a late tenant of Maid .Tamer
It. Holt, Jr., In Mild City of Honolulu,
distrained for art ears of'ieut, and hav
ing been held the statutory length of
time by the said James; It. Holt, Jr., vi.:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Wares. Curios, aud Other
Uooils, Chattels and Kfteets of said
Fook I.uug, taken fiom his wioro in
"Holt's Mock," Xuimtiii -Meet, In sail
Citv of Honolulu.
J AS. F. MOUGAN,
J. M. Mou'arrnt. Attoruevfor bandloid
Honolulu, April -'."., is'K). .7.1 S til
Ju-t Arrived from lloiton.
C. BREWER & CO.
oitki: rou sai.i: a
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Evening Buggies,
KsteiiKlun Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
From the celebrated manufactory of
(Jeo. t. Ilrnwuell. New
Of the well-known Dole iS. Osgood
CQr The pub'le are Invited lo inspect
thcie (iooiN at the store of
0. lillEWKK & Co.,
.V.IT 1 in jll Queen street.
AN'Y person having In their po.ses--lon
Vol. lil of the -'Encyclopedia
lliitauulca," lielouilnjrtotluilate K.
Pieston, will please leiurii It to
.VlS'.'t J. F. MOJtOAN.
rrVlli: (piaitcrly annual ineeiliij; of the
A. Pnellle Hardware Co., (I.'d), will
beheld at their nitlct! on WKD.N'Kb
DAY, Apill Illlth, at 10 o'clock A m.
Ml! til .Secietaiv.
A filtAN'D Masipiiiriidn Ihll will take
V place on TIUJitSIMY. the l.lih
May, lotto, at the Honolulu Itltle.i Ar
mory, lteretaula street, the proceed-, to
bu e'lveu to the Portuguese Ladles Ch.t
rltiihlo Association, Tickets of nihil!
Mou $l.im, will he .old later, iw. td
INDEMNITY BONDS "
Society of the
Extract From Annutil
"We purxso placing in your bands to offer to the public an Indem
nity liund. Many will bo "attracted by the fact that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with asseats over SI 0.',000, 000.00, and
will not fall upon examination to see its intiiiisio merits.
"This, with our various forms of 'routine Policies will, (as you are
now able lo rpiote the icsults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advnntacs over otheis, as no other company will for a number of yearn,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"HF.NKY H. HYDIC,
Jta)- Send foi illu-,lrntive pamphlets, or nail iu person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGm,
jOoneral Atront for the Hawaiian Islands, Kqnitable Life Assurance Society
of the f. H. Jan-hJiO
V I.AlttiF, A.$i(I.TMi:NT OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
Kr-.m .?.!) t., $100 Fu h
f KODAK .CAMERASyi"''; r
The M. A. SKKI) and tfce CAKMMT IMlY PLATES,
The YEA It HOOK OF l'HOTOt.'KAL'lIY,
HIHTISH lMlOTOliUAI'HIC ALMAXAC,
AMERICAN ANNUAL OF IMIOTOUKAPH Y
And IMIOTOaitAlMIIC MOSAICS.
HOLL8STER & CO.,
KM VOUT STKKRT. : :
Famous (Jrnnd Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
Consuming Ono-third Less Fuel, ci lnr wood or coal, (nan any otbor Stove
in existence I
fca- No Brick Work About It ! Jut1, a Clean Cut Stove ! -Kt
Whose Baking Qualities arc Unsurpassed !
This Orate in of a triangular form having three .surfaced which are re
versible, ho that a .separate top surface can be used on alternate days; or if
the one surface in course of uee nbow.s any wear then the other can be turned
up, and ro on the other, making it equal in durability to three distinct Orateo
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
r3S if Fort street, oppo Spreehels' Hank, Honolulu, H. 1.
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E. It. IICNDitr, President & .Manager. .loit.v Es., Viee-Pre-lileiit.
ioui'i(i:v Knows, Scciuiary & Trea-nrer. Ckoii. Jiuow.v, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Op'iii. Sjvck(ls' ltiink,
I.MrOUTEltS and DEALEILS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Htiviland China, plain and decorated; and Wedgtwocd
Piano, Liluary t Stand Lanip.s, Chandeliers it Elcctolien,
Lamp Fixtures of all kind.s, A complete assortm't of Hull ,V Filcn,
The "Ci.i7.ollo" H-wheeled Hiding Plow it Equalizer,
ltlui-hcaid Kice Plow, Planters' Steel & (jooseiiecked Hoes,
LAUD, (.'YLINDEH, KEl.OSENE, L1NSEEO,
1'itiiil.s, Varnishes it Biiirhe-, Manila A. Sisal !topc,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Homo, JBIohc, JLXowe,
ltlJlHIEU, WJUE-HOUND of sup-rmr .pialUy, A STEAM, . ,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Waie, Tablo & Pocket Outlorv,
Powdei, Shot .t C'ap.s, The Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded OaitritlgcH,
Hail's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock fur Pipe .t Poll Threading,
H.irlman'M Steel Wire Feneo .v Steel Wire Mat-,
Win. (i. Fislior'n Wrought Stt-el Itangw
Gale Oily Slonn Filtern,
"New Pioce-s" TwUl Drills
unv.).8'. ..NcalV Cm lingo Paint.
Circular to Agontu,
l-'oct St seel, Honolulu.
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