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OAHU RAILWAY & LAUD COMMITS
111. (It I. M! TltAINH.
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu .i:(ii) i:no
Anlvo Mnnmri '.i:l' '..'.is'
l.i.':ive ilnnnim II ;l)o ! :CII
A i rive Honolulu 11:1-. 1 IS
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if ill I -I :ft:t
Anlve. Manana .
Haw t S Au-tralh fiom b'.in Fianciseo
Slinr Knnla from Klluucu ami llaiialel
htini" Kllauea Unit f rot n llaiivil.ua
hlinr.l A Uuniiiilns from IConlaii
Stmr James .Mnl.cn from hnpnn
Stmr Waialonlo fiom llainal.u.i
Stmr Kinau for Hilo and way pmls at
Stmr 0 It bishop for Wnlanae, Waialua
anil Knolau at !l a in
Sohr Kuitlkcaoull for Koliala
Schr Maty for llaualci
Sclir Hob Hoy for Eu.i
Am ti'tn Allen A, Sloge, fol Kaliulul
VESSELS LEAVING TG-MORIIOV.
Am bk S (! Allen, T Thompson, for
l!r lik Vehu,lty. Mat tin, for Hongkong
FOREICN VESSELS III PORT.
IT M.S Cliamtilou, St Clah, fiom Hawaii
V S A Xlpsio, .McCiulev. trout Samoa
Am l-inast.d .L'!:r Olga, C F Hodlu,
from San Fianciseo
Am l-nia'-ted Milir Hubert Liiwok, D XV
V Penhallow, from l'oit ToWIIS
SPIld Haw bk Lady Lampsoii, F O Sodcrgren,
from h.ui l'ranol.sco
Am bk Foien Queen, J CM Winding.
from San 1'r.uieUco
Am bk.lcliu D III cuiii', XV 1. .Joselyn.
Am lik 0 1) ilryant, .aPobou, fiom Sail
Am l)k Tllllo Uaker, Caitcr, from
Am letn Heporter, Dreyer, fiom Eureka
From San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, May 2 Mrs M .Miller, Mis Eliza
beth Dowsett, Miss Haiulall, W A Wall,
.1 W Chamberlain, Mrs J A Kennedy
and child, Mrs .1 Kirklaiul, Carl Ltitz,
Geo Fritch and wire, Mrs J 15 Castle,
child and maid, Miss White, Mis? Ella
E Chaffee, XV L Ferris, Hobt llokelcUer,
Miss Lea, Mks Klnnoy. Mrs Fen is,
Khelllehl Phelps, H Waieihou-e, MKes
V, and .May Waierhouce. Geo Galbraith,
.f .) Egan, JJryan l.atlirop, wife and
maid, d 11 Xisliwitz, C C Italllgan, K ti
Jirmiderger, 11 Wood, M V Holme
and JH in bteeragc.
For Ullo and way potts, per .tleamer
KTiuau, May 2 Mm.) K Mills. Jt Uy
frofr, wife and child, W Green and
family, U ICaKcr, A 1 Jclernii. F M
Jlateh, J S Miilthles, Capt W lllulun, G
S Kay, .) X .lone. N Monwar, l'aul
Neitiu.mn, Viscount 'J' Torie, K Katstirn,
d OXacayaina and wife, Capt Hopkins,
.1 U Mills. T G htculu, E Hopkins, W D
illabon, Mr Watson, T Mutch, E 1 Low
and wile, W H Shipmnn, Chief Juaticu
.liuld and faiull) , .1 M Davidson, Miss li
Mtiiitlilcs, Mis UopUiiiH, Dnnli'l I.oguu,
('has Cri'ightou and wile.
From Kauai, per steamer Kaala, Mav
2 Dr Huichar it and I) Peek.
S S Au-liallu, II 0 Houdli'tle master,
s'lilrd fiom han FrancUco, Apill '.'"ith
at, noon, with IK! cabin and -hi steerage
paengers. Freight, l(i::i tons general
hum uhamUM1, besides 3")0,00i) treauio
anil two horses. Arrived at Honolulu
noon May 2. l'luo weather tlie entire
Tim hti'amer Kan la and .la-, JIakco
arrived this nioinlng from Kauai with
;tll I and 10!iS bags Migai- respedhely.
The American hark S C Allen, Oapt
T Thompson, will sail to-morrow with
-ugar for S.m FrancUco.
The steiinier Kiiauea Hon brought
:ii:i:i hags hiigar this morning from IV-
-el.eo and Uoiiomu, and ir head cattle
"ho UrltUli ship Bleugfcld sailed from
.erpool for Honolulu on April 18.
The schooner Piultan Killed fiom San
Diego oil Apill l'.Hli lrom Honolulu.
Tho four-masted r-choouci- Roherl
Seaile?. Captain Plt7, arrived at 1 aiouia
on Apill l'.Uli for Honolulu.
The schooner Golden Shore which
h'lt Sydney February t li with a laigo
c.ugofor Honolulu, .spuing a leak in
miiloceaii on .March tlh, and i-he put
b.iektopnit anilug tliero on March
This following vessels have arrived at
han Fraiicin-o from this kingdom: Apill
is, bgtno W (5 Irwin, 22 days from Ho
nolulu; April 10, bktne Maiy Winkle
man, 2:1 ilaj n from Honolulu-, April 20,
hgtuu l.urllue, Hi days fiom llilo; Apill
21, tern uouuney I'oru, i;i iuyn iroin
Ullo; April 21, H'hr .1 G Noith, 18 fiom
Mahiiknaa; April 21, hk F S Thompson,
Sal days from Honolulu;, April 21, hktuo
Discovery, 21 diiys troni Uouolnlu.
I)ppurtnre: A'prll 20, bgtnu .John I)
HpicekeK.fnr Kaliulul; Apill 21, lik
Alex .VoXell, Honolulu.
Tho following cabin passongors am
liookcil to leave for S.ui Francisco by
tliu S. S. Zcal.imliii to-monow:
,1 V Colvillo, G F Garlaml, 11
XX 1'urviB, 1'" C Ilutweml, a W llig
gor, W A Swiiiiiitoii, -Mifst! Sterling,
.Mis.s M D Hcach, Miss M C lllaclily,
Miri II H Owon, Mrs M F Simpson.
JAPANESE HI HAWAII.
An Hem of Japan news in a San
Francisco paper is ns followb ;
SIhco tho llrst batch of uinigrantH
luft the shores of .Japan for tho
Hawaiian Islands In ISS.'i ovur 110,
000 havo been sunt there from
various kens. The condition of
these, people is evidently uctternd by
their emigration, for a. native paper
says that down lo the close of Inst
year 8107,iU7.lU had been remitted
'homo to Yamnpnelil-Uen alone.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
l,,i!i:,Ml fio;on osleta nic
nl the Heaver lunch saloon.
'I'm: Fiiond for May is
full of interesting matter.
A.v inleri'stiim uiliclc tin Hie I'nit
oil States cciimi appcniri mi fmntli
I'ntr.i: luil lins our thanks for
Han I'rani'iM'O papernaiid ollior neiM
HarrU'oti will put up the
feiirf foi Hip IS.iseliall At.-o-
Tin: hasp bal I
afternoon will be
to mot tow
O'Cowxou and Klunsluiiy have
been matched lo row on the l'aia
limlta on June 'J.'lid.
A I't't.i. attendanpo i.s i oqiicslfd at
the Aiion meeting to-night for lutpi
no!?' of impottaiKT.
Tili:i!R is now telephonic eomiuuiii
cation lietwcen 'Nunlrhu, on llnw.iii,
and tlio Volcano house.
Tin: April lei in of the Stipieini'
('mill expires by limitation at ii
o'clock to-monow night.
D. Lor.A.v, of tho Jtt'i.i.i:riN', leaves
for a trip to Hawaii ly the Kinatt
this evening, combining pleasure and
Tin: dire-riots of Hie California
Athletic Club are trying lo arrange a
fight between Sullivan and Jackson
Tin: Hawaiian Mis 'km ('liililuni's
Society will meet at the ref.idenee of
Mt. W.I. Castle Saliudav evening at
Tim: Hailing liver. Mew South
Wales, has nvei Mowed, inundating
tho town 'of llouiko and can-dug
Tun "Ticket of Leave Man" will be
played by thu Hijous to-mouow
night. Scats oatrfbo procuicd now
at Leyoy's oflicc.
Tnr-Elilece Cream Pailors aro be
ing uipaircd and renovated in antici
pation of a biisk business during the
session of the legislature.
SfOAlt lias riff-n,
with u continued
Tho lale.'t from
trifugals 0(5 (est B.V to 5 9-l(i.
Mis. IT. Cobb-Adame, lato of the
Hcformatiiiy School, hft London,
England, March 25, for South Amer
ica, intending to settle theic.
A si'Aitiii.Nf; exhibition at Sacra
mento has buon nnanged be
tween DonahNou, who was lately on
n visit to Honolulu, and Corbelt.
Mil. ('. F. Hart, a foimer old iei
dent, n i lived by the Australia on a
visit. llo ha" been away uino
montlis and spoakH biglilv of Oregon.
A L.vnoi: Hag was found on Fort
street on Tuesday; tho owner may
have the same bv calling at Killers
Tvlkin'o and writing up homo ma
mifactun wis good; but F. Horn ban
si bettor way. He duct home manu
facturing on a largo scale. Seo bin
Tnr.it): N only ono nianager of Ka
liiiku )l.iiilatiou. An item the other
day spok'e of "two manaireiH' rfsi
denccs," and the foregoing eoiueliou
is made by icitiest.
Jons- J5ieel.ini idge,I.i yuar-s of age,
cabin boy yn the brigantino Luiline,
was instantly killed Apiil 11th, by a
heavy sea hi caking over tlio vessel
and throwing him ioloutly to the
Tin: fits! of a set ie'i of receptions
on bo.ud tire l'. S. S. Nipsie was held
yosteiday afternoon. Capt. MeCur
ley and otliceis icceived many
guests, and tliero was dancing to
music by tho Hawaiian Hand. The
King was present.
Tiinm: was a good attendance but
little business at the meeting of the
l-'iio Deparlincnl laol night. Chief
Engineer "Wilson presided. Tho.de
partment repoits fur the Legislature
weie tead and nppiovcd. They con
tain important lecouimendations.
Arurs'r (!odifiov,a (leiinaii Count,
died at Nevada, Cal., April 21. His
frieitfls ay that ho was at. tlio Ger
man Consulate at Samoa when the
last revolution oecuirod there and
that when bo was banished by the
(leiinan Government bo (led lo Cali
fornia. He has a widow and two
children at Samoa.
Tin: Y. Y. C. T. U. gave the fob
lowing piogiammu to a small audi
ence at the Y. M. O. A. hall yester
day evening: Piano solo, Miss Vid
diliold; vocal solo, Gertie Whitney;
piano solo, Mary Weir; vocal duet,
.Misses Helen and Hallio McGuire;
piano duut, Misses Ellen Hopper and
Lottie l'arnu-leo. Toothsome ic
fiesluuenls closed the social.
Tlie Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Hawaiian Hotel
commencing at 7:110 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Match Vienna t-'chleld
) ei ture Light Cavalry '. . . .Suppe
."-election Minamoto (by reoucnt)...
Selection -lloheiiilau Gill I alfe
Poll Piuneh.ina, l.lttlo Annie Itouuey
Mcdle lllack llrlgade lleyer
Wall. Syi ens Wiihlteufel
Polka A Good Kiss Wnldtciifcl
Vkh Francisco, Ajiril '2", per 6'.
Samuel J. Handall, speaker of the
House of Representatives last Con
gress, died in Washington on the
Kith. Up teprcsoiiled Pennsylvania
and was ono of the able-,1 Democrat
Tim rutted Slates Supreme Court
al Washington has alllriHod the de
cision of Justice Sawyer in (he Cir
cuit Court of California, in the N'ea
rIc habeas corpus ease. This dis
poses ot all proceedings against
Deputy Marshal Neaglc for the
shooting of ex-Judge Terry in the
railway station at Latlnop, Cal.,
Aug. 1-1, to prevent him front taking
the life of Justice Field.
Scetelary Windom has issued or
ders revoking permission to transfer
Chinese passengers in transit from
China for Mexico at San Francisco.
It was found that Chinese transfer
red at San Francisco for Mexico and
Panama got off the steamer at Unit
ed Stales polls and hitudieds were
thus getting into the country unlaw
fully. The New York Financial News
says the Sugar Trust is expected to
get permission from the Court within
a month lo start up the American
Ivcllnery in San I'rancisco. As
Sprcckels has a large quantity of
high-cost sugar on hand the Trust
is likely to deal him a heavy blow.
A "Washington despatch of the
Ifllh says a delegation of Louisiana
planters proposed to accept a
bounty, il it h insured for lifleen
years, in place ol the duly on su
gai. The House passed a bill to pie
vent the employment of aliens in the
navy. It is aimed particularly at
the Chinese. Amendments passed
making five years' service consti
tute residence and allowing employ
ment of aliens in an emergency.
Washington latest advices inti
mate that the Alert will probably
not go lo Alaska but remain at Mare
Canada is reported very :inious
at tho prospect of the Mclvinley ta
riff bill passing.
General Sherman's seventieth
birthday, April 17, was celebrated
by a reception tendered him by the
Union Lcaguo Club, New York.
The Federation of Labor, a body
claiming (130,000 members are about
to start a campaign for an eight-
hours labor law.
A letter icceived from Dr. Peters
dated Jan. Jfith proves all the sto
ries of his murder false.
Leading medical authorities of
Cicrmaiiy givo ISmpornr William
only ten years of life or sanity.
Nihilists burned down the im
perial palace of Oranienbantn, Rus
sia, ic was tho favorite residence
of the Czar Nicholas and ..contained
many valuable historic relics.
Mis? Alice Hairs has brought an
action for broach of promise and se
duction against fjir George Elliott,
M. P. Slio is SO years old and he
70'. He says it is blackmail.
More dis.troin conflicts have oc
curred between the police and work
itigmen in Austria.
Lord Randolph Churchill makes a
furious newspaper attack on the
licjuor sellers. Ho complains that
each generation of English people is
becoming more and more alcohol
ized, yet the Government does no
thing to stop the trallic in drink.
It is reported Stanley will become
a Hritish subject on arrival in Lon
don. Five thousand, dock laborers
struck at Hirkenhcad.
Emperor William ordered the
police not lo interfere with the
workingmen's parade May 1.
The Irish land bill of the Tories
is strongly condemned by the J'ar
Hand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, I.
C. (). F., at 7 :.'10 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
H. at 7: HO.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rilles, at
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Monthly meeting Honolulu Anon,
at 7:.'HI. '
Drill Engine Co. No. I, 7 ti, in.
Matinee, "I'tido Tom's Cabin,"
Opera House, 2:110 p. m.
Baseball match, Honolulu vs. Ha
waii, 11:30 p. in.
The foreign jury gavo a verdict
for the plaintiff for amount claimed,
8(100, in the case of the Metropoli
tan Meat Co. vs. .John lloss.
To-day is on trial Emma M. Na
kuina vs. S. K. Kupihea, trover, be
fore a native jury. XV. (). Smith
for plaintiff; A. Rosa for defendant.
Four Chineso were brought up for
opium in possession, two of whom
pleading not guilty were no!, pros'd.
Mai Young and" Ah Wai pleading
guilly wcio cacli sentenced to one
hour's hard labor and pay SfiO lino
and costs. Two cases of larceny
were remanded till Monday. Three
natives and two Chinese aro on trial
this afternoon, for opium in possession.
TO REMOVE TIGHT RIMGS,
Very often a light ting will Mid;
so fast to Ihe linger that tho wearer
will have to go to the juweller to
have it taken olf. All kinds of rings
can be easily removed with a piece
of silk Hit cad, but a good strong
piece of linen thread will do. Pass
the cud between the finger and ring,
keeping the spool or unlimited lord
at tlie side next the linger lip. Wind
mi about a quarter of an inch and
then unwind the end under the ting,
taking care to push the ring forward
over the wound part. As one end
is unwound wind on at the other
end, and gradually tho ring will be
worked ofl to the tip of the finger.
It is a good thing lo oil or soap the
thread before woiking il, as the ring
will slip over it much easier than
over dry thread. This method will
remove any rinj:, no matter how
tight il is. N. Y. Mail and Ex
PRICE VS. MERIT.
Competition may he Hip "Hie of
liade." but as much can be hardly
saiil of its relation to piolits.
The tush of business has led almost
invMiinbly to one of two alternatives,
either combination, in which we may
include pools, titisls, etc , or to ihe
cutting of pi ices. Tlie oiled of the
latter result has been to lead the
pureliaser lo llrst ask about the co-d
and then about the quality. As a
result, the successful introduction of
an article depends moie on its cost
than its merits.
You can usually get a customer to
try a thing if the cost is small, and
you are fortunate indeed if it has
merit enough lo hold the customer.
It is Die happy coincidence of these
qualities wliieli makes the "Hurl
man Steel Picket Fence" a good
Hung for any de.ilet lo handle. It
costs less than ordinaiy wood picket
fence, and is incomiHr.ibly hand
oiner and more durable; it has no
hasc-boaid to hide (he lawn or to
decay in time. This fence really
adds to tho beauty of n lawn, and,
being "a thing of beauty is a joy
tOST FOR SALE HY
I Hi wai Inn Hurrtwnre Co.
General Sherman confesses that
he likes to hear the bands play
'.Marching Through Geoigia" in
his honor. He was surprised by
hearing the tune as a serenade when
he visited Ireland, and was surprised
to learn that it was an ancient Irish
SEVERAL hundred pounds of Home
Manufactured Hook C.ndy tor ealc
LIMES for salu at the Sail Fianclseo
Fruit Store, Foi t stieet. i:s!i It"
Per"S. S. Ausliiill-i,'
At The Beaver Saloon
FOR SAN FKANCISCO,
Will have Honolulu foi tlie:
For Frciidil or Pas-agj, apply to
WH. O. IKWIN & CO., Agenta.
H UNITY RAYLOH will
tiiauager of in hllli.ud
from and after this d itc.
c. .i. McCarthy.
Honolulu. May 1, 1S!M. :,i Iw
NOTICE Is heieliy ghen to all per
sons that I will not lioiopniiMhlu
for anv debt coiitraeled by thcAuiora
M I). QUAIHIOS.
Honolulu, May 1, 1h!H). :.i:t !
'PIIE co-paitnei-slilp hcietofore el-,t-,L
lug belween tlie iiuileriigueiJ lis
graziers and stock raisers at Koliala,
Hawaii, has been disrobed by iiiiitual
con-ient aMif April 1. IKL'0.
A. O. iJL'HCIIAHDT,
llv hW atlorney lu fact Ernest A.
ICohila, Hawaii. April '.'.I, IMHt.
.'i I If lit
ca BR $ tC&J? acq
ii.' X-y'J J-'- 2S
m tsoo pi
Unsurpassed! Moat Dclieioun!
And Pincly Flavored
WEDDING CAKES !
Oi-iiiiinetilrd lu r.v-r Mt.vte.
Having a icputallnii of J7 years In
Honolulu and being his own woik
inau. Mr. limn can sell
Cheapci than al any other place hi the
UICII anil I'K'ltK
At Hii Utillumu Oultou.
Made li mil the Woodlawn (Vlfbmtfd
Propiletor Pioneer Steam Candy Fae
toiy A llaken. ' Mt.". liu
Snpr MacliioBPy For Sale
Putnam Engine lBxIiii,
Tluee Holler .Mill.
5 feet Vacuum Pan,
With 'JO Inch Ilt-lt .V. l-lttlnc-,
gfir All hi good order and condition,
and ready for delivery at the end of the
present grinding season. May lip in
spected at Uauiakiia Milt. Paau'ilo, Ha
waii. Applv to
.-ir. lin Theo. H. Dwies&Co.
Manufacturer of I. idles'
Calf Skin Shoes
vaiii: to 0itiiF.it.
l'.-uKcil or rteirl: uImo. Knilitlcx.
fl3 Nitunnu St., : : : P. O. Uo '-'0 1.
17HKV'OOI) fM salu nl Hawaiian
? Gtuunciplnl SiiV-sr omn, corin.i ot
(Jucon and Kuufiiiu tioo!rt. MS tt
SALT KO! SALE.
ill VYK ricuhiil a fi- liuiidlfvl ling?
of Mill, of the itj li.-it ipiilily
each bai; welnliiiiji 1','0 pmuid'-, I . 1 1 j
rill at Very !oi-..-nl pi.-, nl ft iif li ;
ipivlal iciliir.llim lij llo- lo-! OMtrs
linin olliet I'lain'-.r wilt tic I oti-.plK
imoiiliil !i Mtli smlsf ir-tinn jMi-.r. ti.
teed. Add - -i'l - .l--i i.i
iu-i I HIUAM.
fil3 2ui Hniin.i t.i, .-on ilulu, Oiih.i.
For I'rtllsl ; 5'
'Olira'' will leave tor
S.ui riaiicKco on m- about
Good pn'i;-nur)r .iccoiuiiindalKiii. Ai
plv to th .Ma-ter, oi to
Tlir.o. II. IAVIF.i. CO..
WJ It Agenth.
ENGLISH Masiift Pup,
iJ female; 5 montliK.
Al. II. Haekfeld A Co.
fgjS JL "troet, No. ill), now oc
cupied by .nr. itcvworiii.
Sl.t lw 11. W. .SCHMIHT.
jmla A SPITE of Two Nicely
Artria IX. Furnished Jtoom
KiiTirr3 mosquito proof. Apply at
"No. 7.1 ltcretaiila stieet, opposite Ha
waiian Hotel. flliUt
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On J5iiKy Tm-mw.
HjMIK Ue-iileiue or II. 1.
i .1 LlUiuou I. uiialilo street,
containing Double 1'arlors,
Largo Dining Kooia.-I lleilrooins, Drctf
log and liatltrrntiw, Kiiclien and 2 Pan
tries, IMaelud Setviint'-i lloiue, Stable,
Coach House and Chicken Yatd. The
Grounds aid 10." feet fmnt and about
P,2r teet dci-i, and am all laid nut with
Palms, Ho.'i-s and Clioh e 1'lanln. Will
be vacant on this tUli May. The Fernery
and Feins lo be reniou-d unle-s aurer-l
COTl'AUE convinli-nt to
lri.l cats. Would like
quiet place, nciu Hotel. Mr-
runt ileiiul Aiiureis "i;. u.,'
. a 'P rent foi 1 mo.uli a Largo
ViShrA I Hoi.m nr lli.ll. ellhei
fe!JfcQ5l ground llo.it oi upstair", imul
be ccmially lituatcd. I' U
ltojil EslHlo For Salo.
liars annly to
' -i-n A. rPWO Houses and Lots or,
I tvC$ 1. Kohollo Line, Pabui.l.
liS2sffi Convenient to Meant and Irani
ems. Very hcallhy IiumIHv Lot on
I Ivinc street, nnir Hainauku's Line. For
Society of the
Eatrnut From Annual
"We purpose placing in your hands to offer to the public- an Indem
nity Hond. Many will bo attracted by tho fact that you are selling rbc
bonds of a life insurance society with assc-sts o'ver S 105,000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tonliue Policies will, (:t3 you urc
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tonlines) givo you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of year,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
i" Send for Illusti alive pamphlets, or call ui penoti on the undersigned.
ALKX. J. CATWRSGHT,
JGcneral Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
D R UGS&CHE M I C ALS
Toilet Article, Fine lVifuine JL SiiajH, Pnli-iit Medi
cine.. Ilomeopalbic Hi ineiliei',
Of Even Upm riplnm.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBAGCil !
MANFFACTFUEUSs OF THE CELEIJUATED
Koilisler's Dinger AIg & Soda Wafers
rSLVU EXCLFrflVELY THE
KYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AEltAl'EH HEVKEAGES
1H) fMT STRKLT. ;:;;:: gOXMJli'lJ.
Famous (rrnnd Active t Golden Amil
Wrought Steel GookingRanges
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments '.
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, eitlnr wood or coal, lliau any other Stove
tu existence !
Scir No Brick Work About II I Just a Clean Cut Stuvo I &
Whose Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed !
Revorsiblc ?-iit .
Thi-s Grate irt of a triangulai form having lhi'o mumpps which are re
voirtiblc, mi that a fcepai.ite top surface can be lined on alternate days; or it
the one surface in eoui.se of use shows any wear then tho other can be luiiusL
ti)), ami o on the other, making it equal in durability In three distinct Giate-s
FOll SALE BY THE
Foil fctieet,oppo. SpreukelV Han
E. It. IlilNimv, PriMliIcat A: Manager.
(lODKithV ltnowN", .Secretary & Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE 00.,
Oppu.Spt'eekelM' IJunli, : Irl Strci'i, Ilor.olcilti.
IMPOIITEHS and DEVLEltS IN
Gen! Hardware, Giassware, Crockery,
Qenuino Haviland China, plain and decorated; and Wetlijcwacd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chaudoliera ,fe Elcctolier,
Lamp Fi.xturert of all kindii, A complyto assoitin't of Dulla it FiUm,
PLANTATION SUPPIM OilfERY DESCRIPTION I
The "Ua.ello" ll-whcoled Hiding Plow it Equalizer,
llluebeniil Hiee Plowv Planter' Steel & Goo'eneeked Ilium,
LUI), OYL1NDEK, 1CEUOSENB, LINSEEH,
Paiiil.s, Varniidicti &. IhusbcH, Manila A, Sisal Khjic,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
.H-Kouc, fijJo-e. BrXowo, ,
JtlJIlHEH, WIUE-IIOI'ND of upnnr iiuality, it STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silvet Plated
Powder, Shot k Caps, The Celebrated "Club" M.ichino loaded tl.irtrblgs,
Duple:." Die Slock
Il.iituiau 6 Sleel
Win, II. Fibber"
(Jirculur to Afionta.
Honolulu, H. f.
.Ioiin Km, Vice-Presideiit.
Ci:cu. Hko.vx, Auditor.
Ware, Table it Ponket Gutloiy,
fm Pipe it Holt Thteading,
no 1 cneu it Steel no Mule,
Piooess" Twist Hrlll-i, "
Nei.l'b (lartiigix Faint, j.
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