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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 00, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
inori K 111 UN;!.
K. M. I'. M.
i.onti Honolulu 'J :ro a .yo
AtrlvcMuuatm !):IS 5 lit
I e.iveMnnnui 11:00 ! no
A live Honolulu 11 MS" 4 id
n;iA i rails. ,
A. M. 1". V. 1'. If.
Leave Honolulu... 'J :i( l'JillO X:UO
Arrive Milium t ...10:18 lilH a tin
Le ivo M annua ... .-1 1 :()0 1:1.1 -1 :0:
Arilvo Honolulu. ..11:IS 2 .III -IsM
Slinr KIiimi fiom II .i wall iiml Maul
Mini' C It UlMiop fioni chciilt O.ilni
Sehr Kuilkenoiill fioni Hawaii
A pi 11 J0
Am bU.lohn Wot-toi', (irotli. (hi I'nil
Sehr Knwiiilnul foi Koolau
Sehr Walehu for Kauai
Stinr Wnlinaunlo fur Cu.i
F0RUCN VESSELS IN PORT.
II MS Champion, St-Oluli, fiom Hawaii
CSS Xinslo, MeCuiiov , f i mil Samoa
Hi' ilk Velocity. Maifhi, fiom Hong
kong Am t-innsU'il sol:r Olg.t, C F Hodin,
fiom S.m Finmieo
Am l-masted sehr Roboit l.i'M ors, I) W
J Pcuhallnw, from Toil Town
AmbkSO Allen, T Thompson, fiom
Haw bk I.iuly Lnmpsuii, F O Sodeigien,
from San Fiauelsep
Am tein Allen A, Singe, fiom Kureka
Aiiihk Fnict Queen, .) O M WJudlug,
fiom San Frauel-oo
Ani likJc.hu I) Htower. W I. .trssclvn,
Am hk O D Niyant, .Jacobson, fioin San
Am bk Tllllo Ilakor, Cuter, fioni
in tein Rrpoiter, I)i oyer, fiom Einel.a
rrom Hawaii and Maul, per steamer
Kinau, Apill SO Fioin Volcano: 'Mis
Owen, Miss Stei ling, MUs lleaeh, Miss
Itlacklv. MlsOaison. F O 'Jteliieud, .1
W Jlliricoi'. C A Davis anil wife, M Us M
Simpson. Mis. I Glllig. F Fugcr, G X
Nnjilis, A Fowler, Miss OOioueh, II M
Gihig. wife and maid. Fiomwa ports:
T it Kcynouli, Ceo Kliu-fiol, it Ky
cioft, lliiiuoiv, DrlCYiishliliiaml wile,
Mis-- Smith, Miss M Kiiluukn.i. A ( ock
luirii, Jlrs .Ins Riight and :' eliildieu,
Hon Win White, wife nud -1 ehlldien, .)
J S Kuuierslev and wife, J S Snnihlea,
Oapl W iiluliiu, .1 W Tohllle. II S Treg
loan, .1 Sli.iw and wife, A I'.tnianl, It
V.ilentine and S!i dock.
For Kauai, per Mini' Mlk.dinla, Apill
i:'J ACiopp and wife, W Meier and
bride, MKs McBrvde, Ml IVnnliitf, In
Iiraiiiplicll, Mr FunN, I: M Wal-lu
a ml no dcek.
ForM.iui. pei'Mmr I.iktllki-. Apill afi
-Mirf 11 Kaiioop'ii. II L-ius.. and W M
'HlO "leauiel Kinau blOU;lit li!,332
baj;3 ?ugar, 101 bills hides, 8i bugs' pota
ioe3, Ho baj;s eoiu, 40 pis, 1-0 pks
The slcamer Mikabala took yesterday
alieinoou i3 mules, onrt cow. and one
Midland pony for the Hawaiian Sugir
Coinp.uij . ' fc
The EoUooner Kaulkeaoull nirhcd tills
moinlng tiom Koliala with 2010 bugs
'us.ir for tho S O Allen.
'lhe sthoonerLibolilio look out (oal
to II M S Champion to-dav.
Tlie bail, Velocity will Hm about
Saiiuday for Hutikouft. C.ipt Diiiiimii
goes as 'chief ollker.
The balk John I) Brewer will llnMi
uuloadlni; her cargo for here about
Mititidaj . She w ill call on May Sth for
tho I hlflpplnc sl.uuls via Hongkong.
The tern W S Cowne U Mill at Mabu
kona unloading eaigo.
The Ameileau baikentinc Katie Fllek
ln;,'eraule(lat UIlo n Apill 20th, 31
d.ijs from South Amerlea. After un
loading ballast, she will take in sugar
for Mill Francisco.
The baikentine Quickstep will sail
from Hllo sometime next week for ban
lhe Morning Star is unloading wood
near the old Custom House wliaii".
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this uvening at Thomas Square
commencing at7:!50 o'clock. Fol
lowing is Uiu programme :
Oiertiue Motning, Noon and Night
Fantasia Awakening of the Lion
Finale Tannhauer Wagner
Seleetlmi Iaicia Donizetti
T.ittle Annie Hooney (by luipic-t)
Selection Fatienec Sullivan
Fantaola Mill m the Forest. El enberg
M,'hottUelie Down 'Went McGlnty
Walt Doiothy C'cllkr
Sugar was used as fuel by the
steamer Polynesian of the Allan Line
on her last trip, the supply of coal
having uiu bhoit.
A man of Saeo, Maine, cut his
initials in the peel ol a Florida
oiange as it hung on its treu last
winter. That same orange was one
of a doyen he recently bought of a
A New York Assembly hill pio
videa a fine of Si 000 and onu year
imprisonment for any person who
prevents a colored person fiom on
joying wry resoit or convenience
open to the public.
A bill wab intioduecd in the Ca
nadian House to exclude all new
comers, or aliens, from appoint
ment; under tho Government until
thoy have losidod live years in that
country. For many years past tho
young 'Englishmen have iccelved the
best appointments. It was with
drawn on promise, of the Govern
input to amend lantter?.
CQCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
th;i.)'. TnmM f'nln i" fi-innirow
Tin: torn Allen ,
i on llio.Miiiino
Tin: moonlight conceit to-night 'H
In lie nt Thomas Square.
Mic. nml Mrs. Thonnls Wnghl give
ii birthday party to-night
'I'm: K,inau btonght anot'.iir bigo
cmcd of sitpnr this morning.
II.U.KV baylor has tal.cn elui'
. ,1 Mi'f1.irthy' liilli.ud room
Eiohikl':? lotirii returncil from
llio Volcano ly Hip Klnnutlus inoin
Jap. F. .Morgan will hell font
piolani Park lots next Monrtav
al his hiilunoom.
iioon Gi:o. Oiay, a rutiiin Mitijr.m of the
Customs, iiflbf) his surviecs to Ihim
ne.ss men in .uioiif ways.
Tin: V. W. U. T. ('. jiivo u fcocial
to-nioiiow nijjlit, May 1st, in the Y.
M. ('. A. hall. Admis-don fieo.
Tin: iii"ti,ilia fioni San Fr.iiieNi'o
ih dm! Friday noon, and liie ealan-'
dia fiom the (Jolonios the K.uiieiiiphl.
AC.unoiixtA iiiviil, a ni.ih'.liinl,
was in liie yaitl back of the Llui.i.r.n.v
fiflli'i' loi sewir.il iiiiuutes this morn
iii. An'oiiii:u mooting of tin' H.ieball
I.eapiiP will be held to-inoriow at
12 '.HO p. in. at tho Chainber of Coin
nu'ree. Tin: dit-tolution of the pnituei.ship
of thoMessis. liurcliaiilt and Maguiu1
as itoek jaivci at Kohal.i in an
Tin: ic( luiii)iuof land by tho U.
It. A K Co . near the uillw.tv depot,
has been t iy n tur! . ami i
ing with despatcli.
Si: vi s for the poifoimanco of
"Uncle Tom's Cubiti,", by the , Dijon
Comedy Co. to-inoriow night, c in; be
letervt'd nt the ollice of I.. .1. l.o'vcy.
A (loon eh.inco to got fiiinitmc is
ofl'ercd in llio nan of Mr. T.illia'b
o free If, to-inoiiow. The collection of
loins and plants to bo Hibl h one ot
Tiiosr, intoniling to go to the Ai ion
pieiuc, mo advibod to trcino their
tickets early, as it is beginning to bo
doubtful if tlioio arc enough ears to
eairy all the people.
Tin: Porttigncso Hemnoleiil A-o-eialion'H
nuii-queiadu ball lias been
changed fiom the loth to the lltb of
May. A list of places wlieio tickets
aio sold is advoitixcd elsewhere.
Tin: Captain and Oilicursof the IJ.
S. S. Nlpsic will bo "at home" on al
tein.ili' Thuibdayp, fioni 2 to ." p. m
bfginning to-inoriow, May 1st. This
fact ha been intimaUd to friends
ashore by caul.
Tin: jJorioftpondenoe puncN of
ehe.s botwven Honolulu' mid ICauai
are progressing toward u ooiniiifion.
It i.s hoped tlt.it one or both nuiy be
completed in time for puMiention in
full net week.
Cim:r Jitstion.Tudil, with" n lnige
ropr("(ntution of tho bar, will go to
Hilu bv tho Kinau on Friday, to hold
thu Cucnit Court tboio. Theio is an
iimibualh long mid impoitant calen
dar foi the teiiu.
Mi!. II. It. Hitchcock, foiiiici piiu
cipal of 1abaiualuna Seniinaiy, has
begun an English column m the
Kuokoa, iindoi tlie heading, "I'nelo
Phil's Deal;." It is intended foi help
ing voung Hawaii.ius to loam Kug
Ho.v. Ttiehanl Frederick fliekorton
and Hon. Sanford Ballaul Dole have
boon promoted by tho King fiom
being Thitd and Fouitli Associato
Jiibticei-, respectively, to be Second
and Thiid Ahiiociato Justices of the
Supieme Court, m coiiHefiuonce of
tho deatli of Hon. Edward Pieeton,
who was Second Associate Jus-lice.
CiiiKl' Justice .ludd has "iislained
llio appeals of S. C. Allun and Estates
of Mis. 15. P. liibhop and Mrs. Snow,
against their assessments by the
connniHsioneis for damages in the
widoning of AJakea street. The
giouud of appeal which tho judge
sustained is that thu propcilic.s as
hot'toil mo not on the otieot that luih
been improved 'r W. Foster appealed
for tho appellants, Attoinoy-Uonual
Ashfoid for tho Government.
EVENTS THIS EVENIHC.
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of 1,
No. I, K. ol 1'
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:0.
Services at Central I'liion chinch,-'
Hand conceit at Tliomns Sqiiaio,
1 EVENTS TO-MORROW.
Uaseball League, 12::i0 p. in.
Sale of household furniture, ferns
and plants, residence of It. 1. Lillic,
Limalilo stieet, by .1. F. .Morgan, at
10 a. in.
Annua! meeting Liliiiokalani Edu
cational Society, Washington Place,
:i p. m.
HEW CABLE REQUIRED.
As the cable laid between Oaliu
and Molokai has proved too weak to
stand the, friction at the shoro ends,
tho Hawaiian Paellio Cable Company
lias decided to abandon it and got a
,jipw cable throughout.
, supreme oojnnrjf Hawaii,
rtirouiiliitflcitl iii'.toiv oi it i'j!uii-
In pursutince of lhe provisions of
nu Act to organize tlie .Tudiciniy
Department, recond volume Laws
of 1810, p. 2!), the Supoiior Court
was organized by the appointment,
January loth, 181s, of I lou. Wil
liam L. Lee as Chief Justice, and
lion?. Loi rin Andiews ami John Ii
The Conslittilion of Usr.2 abolish
ed tho Superior Court and establish
ed the .Supreme Couil, and the same
Juatiucs weio appointed as Judges
of this Couit.
The following ii a coiuileto list of
the Judgen of the Supreme Couit to
Apill SO, 181)0.
Hlii'.r .itiunni imi ( iiiNci.i.iou.
Win. L. Leo, appointed under the
Constitution of 18o2, abolishing the
Superior Couit and establishing the
Supremo Com I ; died 18."7.
Elishi ii. Allen, appointed June
1, 18f7; lcsigned Feb. i, 1877.
Charles C. Harris, appointed Feb.
1, 1877; died July 2, 18SI.
Albeit 1'rancis Judd, appointed.
IIUSI .OU.'C JtSl'K I ll ( IUN
Lorrin Andrews, continued fioui
Supoiior Court with Chief Justice
Leo in 1.S52; tosigneil on or beloie
January 10, I8.w.
(ieorge M. Uobertson, appointed
Jan. 10, I8.m; died March 12, 1807.
Alfred S. Haitwell, appointed
Sept. .'10, 1808; lcsigned Feb. IS,
Charles C. Hat lis, appointed Feb.
18, 1871; promoted Feb. 1, 1S77.
Albeit Frauds Judd, appointed
Fell. I, 1877; 'promoted No. .",
Law i one" MtCul'i , appointed No
vember , 1881.
SI'.COSD ASSOOI TC Jt'slll I . S
John Ii, continued from Supoiior
Court, in 18,"i2; resigned on or be
fore Februaiy 10, 1801.
Robert 'G. Davis, appointed Feb.
1G, 1801; icsigned July 8, 1808.
James W. Austin, appointed July
'10, 1808; resigned July 10, 18011.
Hermann A. Widctnann, appoint
ed July 10, 1800; resigned Feb. 18,
Albert Fi.ineis Judd, appointed
Fob. 18, 1.S7I ; promoted Fob. I,
Fob. I, 1877
; piouinted Nov. .r,
llcnjainiii II. Austin, apiioinlcd
Nov. .'), 18SI ; dittl July o, 188.1.
Edward Preston, appointed July
7, 18S.'i; (lioir.lan. 17, 1890.
Itiehd. F. Ilickerlott, appointed
Tlllttll ASSOCIATI. Jl'STICi:.
Hichard F. Ilickerton, appointed
December 29, 18S0; promoted April
Sanfoid IJ. Dole, appointol April
lOL'lUlI ASSOCIATE .msiiri .
Abraham Fornander, appointed
Dee. 29, 1S80; died No. 1, 1887.
Sanfnid R. Dole, appointed Doc.
28, 1887; promoted Apiil 29, 1890.
The position is now abolished by
statute of 1887, repealing that of
1880 winch created the positions of
Thiid and Fourth Associate Jus
tices ; but by a dojisio'n of the Su
premo Point no Judges of the Court
could bo legislated out of otllce, the
Constitution making tlie position one
of life tenure.
PLEASANTRIES OF THE BAR.
Mr. P. Neuuiann "I suppose
tho Attorney-General will adniitthat
the Hoard of Health is a branch 'of
the Hawaiian Government?"
Attorney-General C. W. Ashforil
"Well, that's susceptible of proof:
suppose you prpvo it?"
.Mr. Neumann "All right; call
"I'll admit it."
(Laughter of jury and attorneys,
and a genial smile by the Couit.)
Tlie mixed jury trying tlie ease ol
S. A. Muoy et al. vs. W. R. Castle,
niter being out from !):lo to 0:10
p. m. yesterday, failed to agree and
were discharged. They stood si to
This morning Dr. Richard Oliver
vs. the Hawaiian Government was
tried, a claim of plaintiff for balance
of salary, SiHG.OO, as Government
physician for the District of Kona,
Hawaii, in 1888-9. Tho following
foreign jury was empanelled before
Mr. Justice Bickcin: Win. Wol
tors, F. Gertz, S. I. Shaw, M. A.
Gousalvcs, Geo. Dillingham, Joua.
Shaw,lI.Congdon, A. H, Rasemann,
E. A. Jones, W. C. Wilder, jr., E.
S. Cunlia, J. N. S. Williams. Ver
diet for tlie plaintitf for the full
amount. Tho Hoard of Health re
duce I the doctor's salary from what
it agreed to pay htm at appoint
ment. Hefore Mr. Justice McCully at
chambers was partly heatd and con
tinued the petition of W. R. Castle
for probato of tho will of tho late J.
L. Hlaisikll, and the appointment
of II. P. Baldwin as executor.
A gaming and an'oplum case were
loinaiidcd this morning. One bail
of 80 for drunkenness was forfeited.
Ah Maug, caught cooking opium in
a Miucepan, was sentenced to pay
$00 lino with 81.20 costs, and lie
Imprisoned at haul labor one hour.
THE HiLO RECORD.
.1 urli'l.t nl ttcoM liiim iln (xtntnl
or lliit nil.
A picnic was given Inst Saturday
. .1 . !.. Il!l MM... .1....
to the strangers in llilo. Thu day
was otic of the ploasautest, and all
expiesicd themselves as having a
llrst.class time. Yachting was in
dulged in by a few, the wind being
favorable for such spoil.
Dust, is commencing to lly in llilo.
A patty of ten, mostly Maui peo
ple, (.tailed for the Volcano via
Puna. Thov Intend camping along
the way to take in all the sight".
Tho wafiu springs will bo their (list
camping spot. Tlie Rev. T L Gu
ile': and v. ift? are In the pntlj and
they oxpeot to be gone a wool..
The lilernty was held last S'ltm
day evening at the usual place. The
programme was a very enjoyable
one. The Hiloltcs vveic much pleas
ed to be able to listen to a little of
Judges Austin and Hapai, with a
number of our prominent citizens,
went out to the end of the Volcano
road Friday last. Thoy ropotl the
road, from the woods on, as in a line
condition. Woik is going on slowly,
and thirteen miles of carriage road
arc already tlniulied. 1 ho load Is
now running through tho woods near
Partioa from the Volcano report a
great deal of activity, and especially
a groat deal of Hume. This seeing
llaino is a now feature in the crater.
Flames wore reported as bursting
fiom all over the lake.
From over the wires we learn that
a Jap at Kukulhaele, while being
arrested for Inalelc liana, attempted
to stab himself in the. throat. No
serious damage from the attempt.
Work of strengthening the Wai
luktt biidge commenced this illum
ing. Thu plan now is to stioiiglhen
the chains with w'ue cables. -llilo
Record, Apiil 22.
ON TOP OF THE FENCE.
11 is seldofn we have to chionh le a
gicatcr success than that attaint d by
tho Mailman Mfg. Co. m theii "Steel
Picket Fence" for lawn gulden and
Dining the past twelve mouths (lie
sale of tiiis fencing lm been really
phenomenal. Not u State but has
thu "llartmuii" fence in its limits,
and theio me few placet indeed
vviieie the Kilo of this fence has not
led all competition. The llaitmaii
Co. lias succeeded in manufacturing
a lonce at once beautiful, delicate,
unobtrusive, cheap and lasting a
combination of good qualities which
could baldly fail to emu tun ml atten
tion. In tho past people with artif--tie
t.istoh have hesitated to erect the
clumpy, inelegant and obliusivo bin
rieis which weie Fold :w "iron tenc
ingc ' The fliiuey, uttoily useless
"nettings" wore woise still.
Hut now that the hippy medium
hns been attained i-carcely a lawn oi
garden ownei in theiu who iloci, not
hasten to protect bis ehcricbud "gn en
spot" from dogs and vandals.
Dealeri all ovef tin- country lepoit
tho ''Hmtinaii" us tho inoi't ptipul.it
of nil Moel feneoi, and, in nunc cilus,
the number.'. c:cctcd (lining the paM
season will run well up into the hun
dred". 'I hiri fence I- eusilv placed,
needs no mnonry tolling nr heavy
"gug" i oil", and when put up ple.ii-eV
the piirchasi r, and na tunc :li( s and
the fence .till remains in -lulu ipio,
it pleiine.s him Mill more, lie doi sn't
mind paving for the "H.irtinan"
fence. It humus doll.n.s to vuii iiml
will put j ou uliciu the llarlinan Mfg.
(o. i, "on top of tho fence."
g)BSr FOR SALE 11 Y
irawaiian Ilartlwuro Co.
II M ES for sale at tho Situ FiancKeo
J FruinStoie. Fortsticet. o'lfl It
L. J. Lr.vi'.v.
Cl.IKF Pill I.I.I I'.S
On THURSDAY EVENING, May 1st,
Comedy ' & Dramatic Co,
Will appear in the Cieat Moral and
Religious l)i. una
Uncle Tom's Cabin
With Now Seonciy A: Appointment-,,
First appearance of the
Wonderful Child Actress, Dena Wolter.
C7J" Ihi'c plan now open.
(Late of the Ci,slomi
Ilegs leave to Infoiui tlio public, inei
ehniits and ollieis, thai he K piepaicd
to undcitiiku thu collection of bill-,, ap
pialsor work, and making biveiiioiles
ot baukiupt and other stocks. P. I),
llov No. .1X1. ."iia liu
HENRY SAYLDK will acta-,
maiuiKor ol my tilllltuil loom
fiom nud iitici' this date,
Honolulu, Ma) 1, lSiiu. :, I J w
dp heielofore el-t-the
X log between
gialeis and stock imImti at Kohala,
Hawaii, has been ill--ohcd by mutual
consent as of Apill 1, IH'JU.
his attornej In fact Liuuxt A.
Kohula, Hawaii, Apill -'J, 1SDU.
K iB m
Unaurpasbed! Most Delicious!
And Finoly Flavored
WEDDING CAKES !
Oriirtnu-ritiMl In rert U!c.
J Having a icputatlou of jr veai In
' Honolulu ami being Ills ow'n wmk
I in in. Mi lloiu can 'Oil
Chi'ipei Ib'iM at aia other place In lhe
kick find vrnv)
t h'i nullum uUnlto i.
Made fiiiin the
Wooillnwu (', lebrited
Pioprleior Pioneer Me mi ('iitul.v Fno
torv .V Makery. ' "Xi 1m
At Kahlkimil. Maul, tbeie will lie sold
at Public Auction,
On TUESDAV, Mixy SOtli,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
W i be I 'sitil,- can be seen at the Pen
of Kiiblkluui aiivtime li.. lore the side.
Wlw J.C. FLORES&CO.
TAI WO CHAN,
Mniiufiulurcr of L idles'
French Kid & Calf Skin Slices
M Mil', to neurit.
IVugfi! r Hewed: also. HmldlcM.
U3 Nuusntt St., : : P.O. llo50.
apl 7.!'() lv
Sugar lickiurT For Sale
Putnam F.iiglne 1'
Three Rollei .Mil',
5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With -JO Inch Hell .V Fittings,
I'APJjunI Coiiiliined Vactiiitn
Pumps "PI ike-."
gy All in good oidei and condition,
aud iciiily for deltveiy at the end of the
present grinding -o.ivui. Mny be in -spcetcd
at H'uiinkui Mill. P.uiuilo, Hit
vmiII. Applv to
'Lli; 1,u .' T,1?0 Ji l)'vi,lR-'.Cl
fl'lll. above itwftid jill he pail to
k. iin.v piitj giving cvidciiit will, li
will le.e'l 10 the ei.iiVh tlou of the pi is in
who ilitew a s'tuii' or stoiH's lit one of
the liliiek sMinih, lielougbig to the K.i
pldlani I'.nk AsJ.iciatio'i., on iiudiiv.
the -Midi Inst'itu.
W. M. CIlTAHli.
Ml lw heeieliin K. P. A.
IIUKWOOD tor sale r.l Hawaiian
JL C iiainoicinl Sab sicoiiix, (oiner ol
(Juceu and NuuatiU streeis. M V
SALT FOK SALIS.
JIAVK received a lew liuuilrcil Ings
of Salt, of thu vcty l-t (inalliv.
wclxhfiiR l'JO iioiiiiiIh. I will
nil til very liiwcbl nrice nt l each
tpccial reduction by the ton. Older
Ironi Jitlier Isluuls will be piomptly
Httended to with silUfnctkm giuunn.
teed. Addresf. all ordcis to
510 2in lluiinoiuo, HoiioIhIii O Jul.
FOR LEASE" w PURCHASE
Oil SOtiHy, UNm'IIIH.
i-pllfi llojik'titc of R I
X J.llliuon Liiiiiililostrcit,
containing Doublu Pallors,
Lirge Dining Hooin,-1 Vtialrooms, Dree,
big and IJiilhrt.oioS.Miliclii'ii and 2 Pan.
tries, Detached Servtnt's House, Stable,
Coach House and Chicken Yatd. The
(iroinids tiro 10. fivl front and about
U','5 ftet deep, and are all laid out with
I'alinx, Hoscj imd Choice Plants. Will
be viK.ani on lhe Mil May. The Fcinerj
and Ferns to be reniovul uiilis acrecil
oi J mi if
i COTTAOE to let ileal
J town with I rooniB.be
sides cooking and wash
homes attached. Addnus 'C. II T.,'"
caie III l.l.r.lis. Mil lw
CO'ITAdi: (oiveulint to
V rtreel ciiih. Would like
iiuiet nliu'i) near Hotnl Mo-
derule tout dubitid Address "C. ('.,''
lliit.i.KUS Otllce SOU If
yrBtirt. 'V rB"l foi I uioatli a Laige
kS -" ,""m or 1,n"' c'1,ll"
WJSSISm grmiiul floor or upiiaiiH, musi
be ttntrally tiiunlcd. W tf
Kotil ISHlntu For Salo.
'I"VVO Houses anil I. ou on
L Hobiilo l.'iuc. Paliuus.
Convenient to sttam and tram
lieiilthv local I v. Lot on
Kilik' htreet, near IIiiiiihiiUu'h L'iiii). For
parliciiluu apply to
JOHN F. HOWI.KR.
Or Chin. T. Otillck. OlOrtm
CHOICE BEEF CATTLE
Society of the
Extract From Annual Clroular to Agents,
. o . ,
"We purpose pliicing in your hniids to off -r V the public an Itidem
nlty Hond. Many will bo allracted by the fncl that you are selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with i.ssesls ovci 810j,flUO,000.00, aud
will not fail upon examination to sec. its inliinsiu merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Polities will, (as you are
how able to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantage over others, as no other eoinp-uiv, will for a number of years,
bo able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"UKNRY P.. 11Y1M-:,
Wr Send loi illustrative pamiililets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CATWSQHT,
((leueral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Soviuv
of the U. S. Jau-l-0(j
LUSTER '&. CO
DllUGS & CHEMICALS !
Ti.ilel Aiiiclis, line Pi-rluinej ,t s,.njw, Patent Medi
cines HnoiCdpatblC Utlueiliet,
I-Jac: op;:':i jIi.ic GoikIm,
i if Pory Je-Lr'n ,l '-'
.CIGARS, CiGARElTES & TOBACCO !
MASl FACTl'Itr.KS OF nil. CIH.F.RP.ATr.I)
Hoiiisfer's OingsrAle & Soda Waters
ISINti FXCLI'SIVL'LY THK
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOI: ALL AlHlAfFD REVfiKAGKS
mi iimt Ni':tKR'r.
WM. -i-. JLXtOX-T"EK;S
F.vnioiih Oranil Active & Oolden Anvil
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
-w:i.bii cCMMr ' t;L" -
Coaiuming Oiie-tliird Less fuel, ei'.lnr vCod or cal, than any oilier Stove
In existence !
Cay- No Brick Work About It ! Just a Clean Cut Sleva ! -"Sis
Whoae Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed !
This Grate is of a trrntgiilai form having three surfaces which ftie io
vcr.stble, so tliatfl separ.ito tup surface can bo used on alternate dajs; or it
tho olio surface in coni-e of u-e sliows any wear then thu other can be turned
up, and so on the other, making it equal in durability to three distinct Grate
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE! Co.,
Fort stieet, oppo. Spieekels' Hank, Honolulu, 11. I.
K. R. IIkn'dkv, Piesldent i: M inigtr. .Ions' Hva, Vice-President.
(lOMPKKr Hitowv, Sou-otiiiv ATieasiirer. Ci.cn. Ilr.ow.s, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Npruvkt'lH B'.itiU, : S-trt Slnsft, Uotioltttn.
I.MPOKTKK.S and DKALKKS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain aud decorated; and Wcdpcwocd
I'lano, I.ibi.iry k Stand Liinips, Chandcliora & Klcctoliop',
Lamp Fixtures of fill kinds, A compluto assoitm't of Drills File",
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of FIERY DESCRIPTION !
Thu "G.uelle" Il-whenled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Itliu beard Hico Plow, Planters' Steel ifc.GoOacncuked Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KF.UOSHN'E, LINSEKD.
I'ainis, Varnirhes it llrushes, Manila A. Sial Rope, , .
HANDLES' OF ALL'KINDS, "' 'r '-
Howe, Hose, Hose,
KUniJEH, W'lUE HOUND of Mip'inor quality, A. STEAM.
Agate Iron Warn, Silver Plated Ware, Tnblo k Pocket Cutlery, '
Powder, Shot A- Oap-i, Tim Colebr.ilqd"Club" .Machine-loaded Cartridges,
Hurl's Patent "Duplet" Die Stool; for Pipo it Holt Threading,
Mailman's Steel Wiro Fence & Steel Wile Mats,
Win. Q. Fisher's Wrought Steel Eango
Gate City Htono Kilters,
"Now Piocosh" Twist Drills,
nov-Sy-S'.l Ncul's Cariiiise l'liinla.
DKV1 LHS IN-
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