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THURSDAY, MAY 1, I0UO. !
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S j
a. m. r. M.
Leave Honolulu u:fnt -':
Auho Mnti.ina !i:4S i!:ts
Leave Mutmn.i II :0j I mo
AnJve Honolulu 1 1 tv I Is
M. I'. X. P. M.
I.CuVe Honolulu... !):50 isjHu Il-Cxj
Arrive Man uri ...10:18 1HS iW
Leave Mamma. ... 1 1 :Uu 1 : I.I -1 :(."
All hi! llulinltllll...ll.lA '-'::! I :M
Hclir Miirv from Ilnimlul
Sehr Itolt Hoy fioin Ewu
h'chr Lihollho for Kmi.il
VES3ELG LEAYItlB TO-MORROW.
i'tnir Klrniu for llllo mid wiv ports nt
2 p in
Hlmr (J H BHiop for Wuitiiiae, Walnlun
Mini Koolmi :it U a in
'Vhr Kmilkeuouii for Koliala
Sohi'Mniy for llanulol
Srhr l.'ob Roy for Ewa
Am if j i) Aden A, Mnge. foi Kahiilul
I'lMin Kool.iu, i er -tinr (J It Ill-hop,
Mav 1 bl'O M sVhult, -Mr .rolnu-on.
wtf'i) mill chilli, Mr W II Aldileh ami 2
elilldion, Miss 0 Lemon, mul is iluik.
rOnEICH VESSELS IN PDKT.
It MR Cll.unploil. St CIMt, fiom Hawaii
1 1 !i 6 NlpIi'. McCuiloj, fioin j-'anioiv
Br bk Veloeilv. Almthi, from lluiiff-
Am l-iii;it-l -ohv 0p, C P noilln,
1 1 oni S.m FruneLeo
Mil -t-nuslud -.I'lir Kobcit Lower', I) V
P Fciili.tlluvv, fiuin I'm I Tinvns-
Am hi: SO Alli'ii, T Thompson, from
Haw bk Litly l.ampsoii, F O Smli'i'rru,
from San l'lanuUeo
Am bk Em est Queen, .1 O M Wintlin;;,
fioin San FniucLcu
Am bk John Dliruuur, V L ,fo?clyii,
Am bli U D Bryant, Jucohiou, fiom i'an
Am bk Tllllu Itakor, Cirlcr, from
.iii ti'in Jlciioiter, Drcyi'r, from I'uirka
he bai I; S C Allen will sail on atur
ilny for Sun Francisco.
". ho pcliooni r .Mary brouglit VIGO hi"
Miliar yctculny from Hawa 1.
The balks Korot Queen anil thirty
l.:ui)on aic waiting lor sugar.
TIju lloboit 1-guci'b lias liuitlicd (IN
Tho MeamerO R UUhop brought last
night from Kmlun 370 b.iijs ciiijur, 'Ml
bni; lice, 27'J p.ickageb bnuanns. 4'.i lig-i
turn, ami "Jo boxes gV.ipe-i. A new fcm.
uiiijt. U being nrule for thu C K i;it,lio).
'J'hcbaikUD Biynnt will sail nest
TiiC5ilay ufteruoon at 2 o'clock fur !-au
Thy tern Allen A will -!ill to-mor.ow
In irsy pceph nt Koolau, writlcn
by nnotlier party, nnil pulilishcd in
lliu "Ka Leo o ka Labui," appears
an error mntlo by tbo lepoiter in re
ference to the lepers nt Molokni.
-My views ure, and ub I stated tbein
ul Koolau. were that doubtful cases
of lepers living at Kalawao should
have the very best of medical treat
ment, either iiere in Honolulu or nt
Kalaupapa. The report of my
hperch in the Ka Leo was handed
in and published without my rovi
&ion, not as the 1. 0. Advertiser
presumes to sny. Tho Advertiser
ha'i lied beforo about mo and would
only be too glad to fasten a lie on
mo, to place ine in tho same cate
gory as itself. J. K. Brsn.
The .Supreme Court in banco
Chief Justice .ludd, Justices Ale
Cully and Uickcrton (JiiBlice Dole
absent) bus rendered a decision in
the case of .1. Kamai vs. A. ().
Trask, an appeal againnt an award
of .the Commission of Private "Ways
for the District of Honolulu. The
iiwsinl compelling defendant to re
open a lane is alllnncd, the follow
ing summary prefixed to the decis
ion showing the whole case:
"A. conveyed laud to 15. by metes
and bounds, describing one side of
the lot as bounded by n, narrow lane.
Tho. name day A. conveyed by
motes and bounds to C. another lot on
the other bido of the lnno, describ
ing it as bounded by the lane. A.
still owned laud in tho rear and had
access to the stieet through this
lane. In 1877 A. sold the remain
der of his land (what had not been
convoyed to ). or C.) including tho
lane, to the grantee. 'of (J. C. clos
ed up the lane in 1888.
"Held, that the grant of tiro lot
by A. to 11. describing it as bound
ed by the lane, A. owning the lane,
estopped A. and his grantees from
denying the existence of tho lane.
"Tho award of the Commission of
Private Ways, ordering the defend
ant C. to re-open tho lane,alllruied."
Keawekolole is represented in the
foregoing by A., and tho land is at
Kakaako. II. stands for Kailua Hid
J. for James Wright. Jnmes Ka
mni, plaintiff, is the owner now of
the lot conveyed to Kailua. A. 0.
Trask was the buyer of tho remain
der of the land, who closed up tho
lano and was ordered to opon it by
W. 0. Smith for plaintiff; V. C.
Aclii for dcfonihnl.
i -anTff yi'tC 'u ' Vg 'Jyi J W 1?l 'WT " J ' '
LOfiAL & GENERAL HEWS.
"jfcHxiY" npponr on tin fmittlt
J. .1. Wn,ui hn n notice else
where. A snn; of two furnWioil iihhii is
Ovsrniis on ice nt NolleV aflrr the
arrival of the Auelialia.
Tin: l'ncillc Hnidwair ,V 'i. b.ive
Hawaiian limo for sale.
.Tin: WoiiunV Ilo.nd nt Miioiii
will mod lo-inoriow at !: p. m.
r.xm.vi: Co. No 1 willbavo a dull
ut ."even o'clock tu-mnriow ewninj'
.Ml:. .In. K.Sloignn will -oil SO
eords of firewood nt noon liwnoiiow
Mu. 1). (JrJuuiAS holds liiinclt not
responsible for debt of the Atnora
Wim.ii: LuiA. bus been appointiil
u regular Customs guaid in place nf
Tin.o. II. H.ivies it Co. -ulieit
freiubl anil pni-eiigei fm the
cho(iiii r Olz.i bo .-'in Fianci-rii.
Hon. II. I'.' ISiililwiu i.lb'i.il tbo
P.oaul of Health $5000 to build a
Boys' Home ut the I.opei Seltloiuout,
Mnlnk.ii. The Board Inn accepted
the goneiOUi offer.
Till, work of )ile-driitij; fi.i l lit t.
H. ii L. (.'o.'.i wlnuf, on the west -iile
of the Inn bur, i .iihaneing d dly.
The piojoeling end.s of (be driven
piles loom up lroin tbo King stieet
Col.. .M. Tboiiiiivou'- fainiliiii f.ico
bus been mieil fur miiiio weeks pnM
on tbu (reeN (.1 Honolulu. The
cnu-e of hi' r'.tiieiiu nl finin hi- ae
eUitunv d b.in.i'f ii iel.iu. The
Colonel, who i iii-tily (iiililv yeai
of age, i eunfln-d to hi" bulgiiig-i by
inability to nioc amiiinl
A oi.e i deal n, woik has b-jen
done jirepaiilig i-eenes mid wettings
fur ''Undo Tom.'., Cabin" to-inuht. It
will junbably be tbeliesl lontlition of
the play ever given beie. Tickets
o.ui he bad at Mr. l.evcy' ollieu in
biiHinoFs lioiun and at the Opera
IIoiim' bnc iillieo before tbo perfoim
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
"Tnele Tom's Cabin," by the
Bijou Comcdj Co., Opera House, 8.
Xuiian'it Chapter of Rose Orota
No. 1 A. nndS. II., at 7:30.
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Tire Department, nt 7:"0.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Iliile, at
Y. W. C. T. U: Soci.il, Y. M. C.
A. hall, 7:30.
Kinim trails for Maui and Hawaii,
2 p. m.
Auction sale of flicwood. by Jsw.
F. Morgan, V2 in.
Woinnn'ri Boaul of Missions, Ceii
tial Union Church, 'J p. in.
Chock Kau lo-dny petitioned
Judge McCull' for a writ of man
damus directed to Jona. Austin,
Minister of- Foreign Affairs, coin
innnditig him to grant n permit to
land to Ah Sung, "a ChincM) boy
under fourteen years of :ig? leftised
eiitty into the kingdom." The hear
ing was continued till Saturday
next. V. V. Ashford lor petitioner;
C. W. Ashford, Attoriiey-t-euoial,
L. M. Johnson, on whom a nomi
nal fine was imposed in the Police
Court, for the ring-throwing game,
has withdrawn his appeal, and paid
line and costs. W. O. Smith ap
peared for him.
Judge Bickerloii, on' hearing the
Attorney-CJcnernl'ft statement in
mitigation, sentenced Peter Peterson
and Win. Hodemann to pay ? 10 and
costs, instead of the Police Court's
sentence of six months' hard labor,
for breaking Government seal-, on
the bark Forest Queen.
F. R. Luziew'teko v.s. The Hawai
ian Government, ejectment, was
tried yesterday afternoon by a for
eign jury, who returned a veidict
for plaintiff for $."00 and the land
fiom which the Government ejected
him. W. A. Whiting for plaintiff;
Deputy Attorney-General Croighton
for the defendant.
The Metiopjlitnn Meat Company
vs. John Ross, assumpsit, was on
trial before a foreign jury this fore
noon. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff;
C. I j. Caiter for defendant.
Judge McCully to-day granted Iho
petition of W.. It. Castle, for pro
bate of will of J. L. Jllaisdell, order
ing that letters testamentary issue
to Henry P. llaldwin, the usual
notice to' creditors' to bo published
and inventory llled within thirty
Long John was released from the
charge of bribery. Two children
were reprimanded for disobedience
to parents nud discharged. Ah
Moon on his plea of guilty was sen
tenced to pay 8,"'0 lino with?.'l costs,
and to be imprisoned nt haul labor
one hour. A co-defendant ot Moon's
w3 released. H.N. Castle for de
fendants. At a recent ball in London tho
electric light was arranged to vary
In color, being alternately red, blue,
green, and yellow. The ladies didn't
like it, as it ruined in alternation
the effect of all their costumes.
.DAJ1A' .nULLISTlTS: HONOLULU, II. J.,
W-1 Tyrry"fgg?ft,llga '""'"' jjnluu
WEDDED IN &HURCII.
Uiililiue of tli !. II lti'iirn iiml
IIIm I'oiitw in Ml. Alulrew n a
tlipili'itt Yesterday evening nt 7 o'clock
Mi. Ileiurich Hermann lien Jos and
MKs Llizabeth Ami Coney weie
married by Rev. Alexander Mackin
tosh in St. Andiew's Cathedral.
The edillce was crowded. Judge
and Mrs. I. F. Uickeiton, lion. A.
S. Clogliorn, mul Mr. and Mis. F.
A. Schaelci, among many other no
notable people, weie in the congio
gation. There a a inagnilleent dis
play of plants and flowers in the
chancel. Mr. J. II. (. oney, mother
of the luide, Mrs. Julian Monsar
int, sister. .Mr-. Haalelea, Mrs,
Eiia, and Messrs. Julian and S. A
Monsariat were sealed at the fiont.
Heralded by u wedding march on
the organ the bridegroom appeared,
attended by Hon. K. Midler, with
Messr. J.' M. Mousnrrat. and K.
Lau. The bride came up the aisle
renting on the arm of Hon. John
Lua her uncle, the organ playing
Lohengrin's wedding clioius. She
was followed by MUsts Kulani'iuu
Ward, Juauita Huisingor, and Clara
Fuller, bridesmaids. Soft music
wis played on the oigan during the
oeiemony, and a wedding hymn was
sung by the c'loir. MeudeKschn'.s
wedding march was placed as the
party left the cathedral.
The biide looked very piotty,
drnsai'd in white silk with orange
blossoms in dier hair and lace veil
falling to tho ground. The brides
maids wore die.ssof, of India silk,
Miss Ward's blue, Mms 1 Infringer's
yellow, arid Mis Fuller's pink: A
wedding supper" was given the party,
with Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, at Mi's.
Coney's house, after wbiih the
couple diove to their lesidence in
Nuiianit Valley. Mr. Kenjes is a
member of the iiriu of F. A. Sulnu-
fer & ( o. His young wife holdh the
warmest esteem of a large ciicle of
society, lor her amiable qualities,
social accomplishments, and lady
Mr. Thomas "Wright, one of Ho
nolulu's representative mechanics,
reached the forty-second year of his
age yesterday. A party 'was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Wiight in the
evening at their house on Fort street.
There was dancing to tho music of
f.ever.d instruments. Between the
dances there were songs by Messrs.
More. Thomas, and Walker, and
some line singing in concert by the
ladies. Mr. Walker also gave some
exhibitions nf his inro skiil on the
concertina. One of the young ladies
conducted a very interesting experi
ment, whereby four persons with
their linger tips hoisted the heaviest
nian in the pitrty. Among the guests
were Mrs. Cnpt. Davis, Mr. Goo.
Lucas, Mr. J. C. White, Miss White,
Miistei T. White, Hon. and Mrs.
Thos. R. Lucas, Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Rawlins, Mr. and Mrs. Jo. Tinker;
Misses Croier, Alico Tiiildwin, Lily
Nott, McLaren, and McGowan;
Messrs. B. Ordenslein, Thos. 11.
Walker, K. It. Thomas, R. More,
W. W. Wright, Henry Wright,
Chai. Crosier, S. Goldswortliy, D.
If, 'Nichols, Saml. Pieice, Henry
Smith, and D. Logan. The host
and hostess were most attentivu to
the enjoyment of nil, frequently
"ending round lefreshments inulud
ing ice eteani and cake. The health
of the worthy couple was drunk at
midnight, after which tho company
sang "Auld Lang Syne" and bade
their entertainers good night.
THEY HAVE SOMETHING COOD.
So many "iron," "steel" and "orna
mental metnl" fences have cropped
ui) to end a brief existence in the
limbo of forget fulncps that a good
many dealers have almost deeided to
let Mieh things koveroly alone. Ex
orbitant prices, unsightly design and
repairs have been features in nin.st
Ilcfic.sbiugly distinct fiom the.o in
every paiticiilar is the ''Hiutu'iu
Steel Picket Fence," which is rapidly
becoming n continental biieeo.-ti. The
Haitmau Mfg. Co. Woiks, have been
"kept on the go" to eiipply the emu
moils demand, and the manufacturciM
are wondering why they didn't think
of this fenue long befoio they did.
Their "sjieai-point" lawn and gul
den picket fence is perhaps tbo stylo
inol in demand and it well descrvm
the prefoienco given.
Airy and delicate in design, it is
as Listing as Mool can be, and its ex'
tioniely low price, gicat simplicity
of eoiistnietioii and freedom from
nunioiou" soiiou.s defects which are
possessed by most metal fencer. Kin
der it n groat favorite wherever seen.
Every dealer who" has handled it
solids in '-lepeal" after 'inpeat" oi
ilei, and many havo found it adv in
able to lay in a stock abend.
The various stylos of fence inailo
aie all chaiauleiied by tbo subtle
"something" which Mumps the
"Hartnian" goods, and it would bo
difficult indeed to biiggest an im
provement anywhere. Lawn and
gulden owners are neaily all fencing
now and the majority of them want
something reasonable in pi ice, ele
gant and uiiobtiiiMVo in iippcuinuee
and nlilo In wear. Rneli is tliu ll.nl.
1 in. in Sled Picket Fence oveiy lime.
I tfflT FOB SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
At Ebingen, in Wurtembcrg,
Maria Doci thing, the daughter of a
farmer, has lain in continuous slum
ber since March Oth. Respiration
is noticed only by means of the
mirror. There is no dillleulty in
giving her nourishment, consisting
of egga and milk, which is forced
down her throat.
' "" " liJI '" ?- " Wl.':'J
THE DfiSEBALl LEAGUE.
tfeol. ItcHlni fit to Ii wir- i'i iilcsl in'
A meeting of the Honolulu Base
lull League was held al (he Cham
ber of Commerce Ibis afternoon.
Hon. W. F. Allen, president, was in ,
the chair. Mr. J. G. .Spencer, sec
retary, lead the minutes of last
meeting. Rev. W. B. Oleson sent ,
in a letter, saying that owing to
illness he appointed .Mr. II. S.
Townseud his substitute as delegate
from Kainehaineha club A com- '
iniiuicatiou wad read (roll) the Ha
waiian Tramways Co., with otuei '
mutton ulanv for jiiapostloiH re- '
Harding Hie tiophy given by the
company List yeai.
n iii'lbientiiilly signed pelilmn to
the League was submitted by letter
from Mouis K. Keohokalole, captain
of the Hawaii club, which prayed J
for the reliis'iateinent of II. Meek,
expelled last year for dishonest !
playing. It was moved by Mr. Hay 1
Wodehoiise of the Honolulu, and i
seconded by C'apt. Keohokalole of j
the llawaii'club, that tho petition be
acted on and Meek reinstated. The
seconder said that Hie young man I
was it adv to engage M pluv lion-
esth. ' ' !
.Mr. G. K. Wilder, whoigin)d the j
pennon, sum una .viocic succumbed
to very strong temptation fiom tho
oiilsiile, and he believed that he now
sincerely i egret led his conduct. The
Ilawaiis needed his skilful pitching
badly, and partly for the sake ol
having good games the speaker
hoped -Meek would be iciiislatrd.
Mr. Townsend thought the con
duct ol which Meek was guilty
should be inaiked more Mtuiigly
than teinpoinr.v exclusion fiom the
League games. In reply to fur
ther remarks by .Mr. Wilder ho said
ho would be satiMlcd it nssiiianee
could be given of honest playing in
the event of the offender'? restoia
Hon. The motion carried six to two.
Mr. J. II. Wodehoiise, jr., moved,
C'apt. W. C. Wilder, jr., seconded,
and it was resolved, that the captain
of the Hawuiis get a wiitten pledge
from II. Meek that ho will play
A protest from the Star club was
read, against last Saturday'3 game,
on the ground of Puhaii of tho Ka
mehamcha club having fouled ('has.
Wilder of the Star club.
Capt. W. C. Wilder, jr., of the
Stars made remarks in favor of the
protest. He considered that tho
umpire bad no light to waive re
sponsibility of giving a decision be
cause he had not seen a coilain
play. He moved, seconded by Mr.
Townie'nd, and it was carried, that,
a committee of three be appointed
to investigate the. protest.
.Mr. G. K. Wilder brought up the
matter of having a board ol arbitra
tion, to decide disputed decisions
of the umpire on the Held. This
was an institution in some of the
Amaican cities. Ho submitted the
question of having such a board to
The president appointed Capts.
Whitney and Keohokalole, they to
appoint a third, as a committee on
the .Stars' protest. The committee
falling to get u third member was
authorized to act as it .toi.d.
The meeting then adjourned.
liVIES lor sale at the Sail Ki.ineiseo
t Prul t .Stole, Foil street. oaO-lt
mtla rpili: Cottage on Bel
rpilK Cottage on Beiutaula
ll?is.w -- Mieet, .no. a:i, now oe
JL stioet, .no. a:i, now o
copied by Mr. Key worth.
II. W. SCHMIDT.
A SL'ITK of Two Nicely
. Furnished Rooms
uiotqulto proof. Apply nt
"No. 711 Beretnnla stioet, opposite Ha
waiian Hotel. .11:1 III
10 r Freight or Pusiaiigf.
rSjk TMIK KastSnlllnjrSehooiiiT
Ml5fc L "Olga' will leave for
San PiauulnOo on or about
WEDNESDAY, iheTih May.
Good passenger accommodation. Ap
plv to the Master, or to
Tiiko. II. DAVIESACO..
r.l:J U Agent-.
Ml IS Is to give notice that 1 will not
JL be iPhponslble for any debts con
tracted ulilnmt my wiltteirorder.
Honolirii, May l, isnfi. .11:1 lw
A-IB. HENRY SAYLOB will atlas
JL iiianugec of m. bllll.ud loom
fiom mid nfler this dale.
C. .1. MoOABTIIY.
Honolulu, May 1, 1SIIT. .ML' lw
TVJOTICK Isliiueby tveu to nil per
il sons tlint 1 will not be lespouslblo
lor auv debts eoutiaeted by tli(i"Aiuora
M 1). QHADROrf.
Honolulu, May I, IH'.K). .-,1:1 u
rMIE eo-p.irtner-blp heretofore exlst
1. big between the lliulei .signed as
graleis mid stock iulser al Koluda,
Hawaii, has been ill-.-olved bv inuiunl
ooiient as of April 1, 18'JO.
KB N EST A. BHBCHABDT.
By his atlorney In fact Eiiiom A.
Koli'ibi, Hawaii, A prll'.:), LS(n).
MAT 1, 18M.
iiwwwfptp jyiPilm) wu, .'?
Utisiirpatoed! Most Delicious!
And finely Flavored
4liTiil.iurr.lcil III I.VtTV sK,..
Hiviii 1 ii'piitntlini of 2 v .11 In
lliiiinliil'l uul btrJiig Ills 01111 wiitl.
in. in. Mi 1 1 oni cut eli
( lienpci ib.iu al :inv oilier pliiC' In the
icii'ii unii vaw.
Al -'! Dllllltrs 11 (litlou.
Mudf niiiii ilu 'oo,)l.iwii fYlebiiUed
J'lopiietoi I'loniii-r Stenin O.iiulv I'ar
tory X Bakery.. ' .p;!.i lui
w mm i
At U'ahiklieil. Maul, tbiMc will lie -old
.it Public Auction,
On TUESDAY, 3Iay 'iOth,
- 100 HEAD
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
rw The ('aiilc cm be eon at the lVn
or Kahiklniil anvtltiU! befoie the -alc.
w iw J.C. FLORES&CO.
m Maclierr For Sale
I Piitnani Engine l.'.:tfi.
I Tlnce Kollei Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With 'JO Inch Belt A l'lltluns,
1 P.'xlrtMKls Combined Vacuum
t U.l2x7xls Cotnbluul Vaeunni
8r All In good onler ami coiulitioii,
ami 1 rady for delivery at the end of the
piiMjul grinding seiihoti. May be in
spnted at Ilainaku.i Mill, P.iau'ilo, 11a
wuil. Applv to
.-ill', lni " Th?o. H. Uvviis &Co.
TAI WO CHAN,
Miiiiiir,i(tini ol L.iilh's'
mul (iei.tlciiit 11's
French K'd & Calf Skin Slices
MA.' TO OIlJIl 11.
t''S"l n-Sevil ; ii.ftn, Hit.lll.'H.
:ij Nili. mi M., : : P O. II, i!0
FIBI'WOnill li- Mile .11 Miv.ii
Jt. Cimuieicl 1! '.-i.'.kr. oiiix, 1 ..i.
(Ji.ie 1 .! I iNu I'M st 1 , 'h
a ALT FOK SALK.
T It W'K i' ImI 11 I.-is iiiiinili'il I fijji
I ol Nth, oi I III- V y ni',1 ill'ilil
I'iicli bag weijibl'.i I'.'ii intiiuU, I wiP
-el! 'It vi ry loweil pmv nl si e'li'li;
speciiil reiliu lifn bj tliu mu Oulnt
fioin oilier Islands will be promptly
mteiiilul 10 with siiiifurtion (juaian
lecd. Address all order-, to
.M!) 2iu llniiiuiipo, Honolulu, (lain.
EOlfc SA LE
?NfiLLSH Ma-tlfl Pup,
XT' Aid female; 5 inonllis.
At. II. llaekfeld&Co.
FOK SALE CIIKAI'
l.f OIPiH, HainohsA
J. L Biake. all ill
L. L. LvPIEBBK.
! FOR LEASE OL PURCHASE
On Ilnny 'r.-i'iiiis.
rvilil' i. 1.1 r 1, t
I (i& ' 1 'lir. ituiniriii'u 01 it 1,
lllti. nt, I. iiiiii I (lit ulriiitl
nvSlTlit euntaltiing Double I'arlois,
Large Dining Boom I Bedrooms, Ores',
ins mul Biithi ooiiii, Kpcben unit '1 Pan.
I tric-H, Di'titflieil Si'rvunt'.s House, Stable,
I Coach House mul Chlekeu Y1111I. The
(lromuli are lir ft 1 1 'rotit and about
:i3i fret (let p, and nui ub lubl out willi
Pullin1, Rrics and Clielee Plants. Will
Im vacant on ilie i'lli Muy. Tlie Pniiieiv
mid Funis in be reiiiov til nnb-b aereid
011. MT tl
xka. A CO'lTAdE conv.nb'iit 10
i.'V street, ms. Would like
liHialH (pilei pliiii.- iii'iu llmel. Me.
ileraie rent itcslud Addiess '& (!.,''
Bm.l.KTl.S Olllee. '"!' If
'V) lout fm 1 niontli a l.nrge
r!.UT'i L Itooiu 01 Hall, eitbei
MM ( I
eroiiud ll ir or upsiali 4, nuirft
be ii'iittuiiy n'lmieu
Kiil Eslato For Sah'.
U A. rPW) Houses mul Lois 0(1
,6S?&R 1 Bobello Line, Palaniii.
faiil'yfc'a; Convenient 10 yiemii mul Hani
11 iid. Vciy lie.iltliy lop.ilitv. Lot on
Klinj stitet, nc'ir llmiiiiiikirs L in. For
pnrtieiilnrs aiinly to
JOHN P. BOWI.KB.
OrCliu T.Uullfl,. J uu am
ylfifr. H.K..T Jl'A. f ,a.a. miM" TfcutoiilMW
r -rHur 1fMaplT,.ifiwftyyi"ta(tt
LNDlsAtNiTY BONDS ,..
ifabfe Life Assurance
Society of the United Sttstes.
llxtrftot a r o.ii Aunuul
"We purpose plucing in .vnur h.iiids to offer to the public an Intern
uity Bond. .Many will "be sltraetcd by the fact that you are selling thu
bonds of a life insurance foeiety with nsscsts over S 10Vi,00O,OO0.0O, and
will not fait upon ("diminution to see its iiiliin-ic merits.
"This, v.itli our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now able to quote the icsults of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for- a number of years,
bo able to show actual results oil similar Policies.
"HKNRY B. HYDF,
0sJ" Send lor Illustrative pamphlets, or call lu person on lbs undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWmOHT,
.Cioncral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kn.nit.ibie Life Assurance Sociity
or tho U. S. dun-I-OO
HOLUSTER & CO.,
D E UGS&CH E M I C ALS' . !
I 'ili't r'i, I'-, run- Piifiiioih A ospj, l'.ii"i.t Mtdi
cini , Iloiiifi.jialbiv. J'i'iiii dies,
Hi Lvuv iUsi n; li.in.
CIGARS. CIGAREHES a TOBACCO !
MVNPt'VCn'llFL'S Ol' TIIF ('KLEBBATFD
Holiister's Ginger Ale & Soda Wafers
I'Sl.VC. UXCLI'SIVKLY i HP.
HYATT PUKE VATHft SYGTSftfl
FOB ALL ARBATED BEVFUACIFH
t0 KOKT NTUKKT. :::::: HOXOliULH.
Piinious (ir.uid Ael'.vi & Oulibn AiimI
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
m u i i i an m uu i ir . r .. - -.t-i
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, eithir wood or coal, tliaa any olner Stova
In existence !
Sttf- No Orick Work Aboul It ! Just a Clo.in Cut Stco I -&i
Whooe Baking Qualities are Unsuipaosed !
This Ctr.ilo is of a triangular furni having three surfuee-s wlueb :uo ro
vtrsiblfi, so that a sep.uate top .-urfaeo can be used on alternate .lays; or if
tho ono surface in course of use shows any wmir then the other can bu turutvl
up, und mi on the other, making it equal in duiability to Ibreiidisliuet Crate-
HAWA&BAN HAKDVARS: Co.,
V.tS tf Foit street, oppo. gpieclrelb' Bank, Honolulu, II. J.
mmwaij. i'. i ."i,jhUj,,ihi.
E. It. Hi'.NiiiiY, President .v Manager John Esv, Vliw-PreIilent.
tioiii'iti.v Biiuw.N, hecietarv A- 'I're.isiuer. Cn n. Buoan, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Dppo. .Spicekels' ItiiiiL, : E'osl Ml coot, U0110M1I11.
IMPORTERS and DEM.EBS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino Huviland L'hina, plain nnd decorate.; r.nd Wedtwiicd
1'i.ino, Library ,t Stand Lamp, Chandeliers .t lMeetolinrs,
Lamp Ki villi oh oi all kinds, A coiuplotu assortiu't of Drills iV PiIch,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Bf EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Oazollo" H'wbecled Bid'uiK Plow & Eipializer,
Jlhiebeuid Bico Plow, Planters' Steel .t Oooseneeked Hoes,
LABD, CYLIN'DKB, KEROSKXl-J, LINSEED,
I'.iiut!', S'i'.niiilies A Brushes, Manila .'. Sisal Bopo,
HANDLES Ol- ALL KINDS,
IIoko, 5 loSO, l-CorK,k,
BtJBBRB, WlBE-liUUND ot
Aj.;.ito Iron Wuro, Silver Plated Ware, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A- Caps. Tim Coltbr.iteil"Cliib"'MnclniK'-lo.idejl CHruidgen,
I AOKM'l'H FOB
j Unit'- I'.Honl "Duple."-Dio Stock for Pipo A Bull Threading,
j llaitinan's ioel Wiic l'Vncu t Steel W'iro Mats,
Wm. 0. PMier.'r. Wrought Stcl Jtans.M
1 (late City Stmio Filtcij,
ik.jrx, , jifjjiir"''iiWifirifyiril,iiMiifflr'' faittotiitia-
(Jironlar to Agonta,
superior quality, .t STEAM,
Proco&a" Twiht Drillii,
Neal's Ciirriage P.iiut.i.
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r . y Jt