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Fill DAY, MAY II, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. m. r. M.
I.cuve Honolulu !:oo 2:00
Arrive Mamma 11:48 2: IS
Leave Mamma 11 :00 1:00
Arrive Honolulu 11:18 1:18
A. M. 1'. M. 1. M.
Leave Honolulu... I) :."( 12:110 IS slit)
Arrive Munaim.... 10:18 -1:18 ils-lrt
Leave Mniinna.... 11:00 1:1:1 -l:o.
Arrive Honolulu... II: 18 L's'.tl I :".::
Stinr lluwall from Iliuiiiikua
Stmr Wnialeale from Kll.iuca anil liana-
Stinr James Makce from Kapaa
Schr I, oka from Kohala
Schr Ka Mol from Kohnlalelo
Schr M E Foster fioin Wnhinuo
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Haw S S Australia for -'au Francisco at
Minr XV G Hull for Lsihalun, Maalaea,
ICona. Iv ii.it anil tin Voli'ano ill 1U
o'clock u in
Stiiir ImuiIii for n clieuilof Oaliu at !
si'lir Mlllu Morris for Koolau
Schr Hob Hoy for Kwa
Schr Kqwnilanl forKoo'au
VESSEL? LEAVIH3 TQ-MURRQW.
It M S S .Mariposa, liny wind, for the
For San Francisco per It M S
S Australia, May 0 C C Mulligan,
Miss Fanny MajyMiihtors Arthur and
l'crcy May, Mrb Kobt Leweis, W II
Lowers, Mrs J WiUon, Miss Mary J
Smith, Mrs C Hrenig and daughter,
Miss Dora Lamb, Dr C M Hyde, Mrs
Cuverly, Jliss Cuveily, Master Cav
crly, L It S(iles and wife, Mrs Z K
Meyers, Mrs C L Hell, James Camp
bell, wife and family, W Herbert
1'urvis, wife, child and maid, W E
Foster and wife, Miss Hytnan,Miss 1)
Tiedemun, A G Hurchardt, wife and
two children, .1 T Wiilcilintiso and
wife, It I Lillie and wife, K E Hoh
ins, G S l'alten, Mrs Gillig, Mr and
Mrs II Gillig mid 2 seivunts, G W
Naglc, Miss Crouch, F linger, .lames
Dodd, Mrs F Parsons and child,
I) M Dorman, II W Auld, It J
Green, V 1' Toler and wife, .lolin V
Cobby, Georgo Melntyro and wife,
A Hocking, .1 II Mcintosh and wife,
G II Cheethani, .1 S Ilojh, Mis A It
Altman and daughter, II M Alcv
ander, Miss C llcnjani'i), James Mil
der, J Currio, SheHield Phelps, .1
Wilcoek, Miss Lea, Mrs Fcnis, Rob
erl Hokstelter, XV L Ferris, O 1' Mut
ton, Mia O 1, Hull, T It Keywoith,
wife and child, J It Hnoyd Kynncrs
l.iy and wife, XX IJ Wood, .1 A Hop
per, F Malm, and SI steerage passcn
gers, including !i.ri Hawaiian Mor
mons. For Maui anil Hawaii per stmr XV G
Hull, Mav'J 'iillau Mnnsirrat, Walter
Adrian, 0 Phillips, Mr and Mrs Bar
tow, Mrs 1 F Shorwood, .Mr llaole, Mr
Yoshida and wife.' G II Tweedlc, Mr
Meliieiuy and 10 deck.
From Kiiuul per stinr Walalcalc, Mav
il-.SW Wilcox anil wife, i W I'l
Jticeaiul 2 children, and F Malm.
From Kapaa per Mnir Jn Makee May
SI O Arnold, and .Mr Hundley.
The schr Mary E Foster brought 1:170
bags sugar from Walanao Hits morning.
The jchr Itolit Leweis took In sugar
from the Wulalc'do to-day.
The stmr Hawaii arrived this morning
from Hamakua with 7100 bag-, sugar
and I20banels inola.--c-5.
The tern Jteport Is coining off the
Marine Itullwav this evening.
The stmr Klnau N due to-niorr. w
The schr Luka brought 1-1 (JO bags su
gar from ICohalu this morning, and the
schr Ka Aioi :!X)7 bags siiiriir from Ivo
liola ele. Their sugar will bo discharg
ed into the I. ady l.anip.-on.
The stmr Jas MaVee brought 2510
bags sugar from Kapaa this morning,
and the Walalcalc :I710 bags.
The balk Lady Lauip.-on will leave
about next TuuMlny for San Francisco.
The bark Forest Queen will load after
The steani'.hip Aii-traha sailed at
noon to-day for Sail Fraud -co. She
took the following cargo of domcMlc
11 A Wideiuaim
I T Waterhouso
Slug Chongit Co....
M S Grlnbatuu & Co.
Lewis .t Co
i!f7 " "
l,81i " lice.
1,,")0 ' "
00 " coffcu
G A llurge-.- 100 buebs banaiiiH
OL Hopkins 602 ' '
Sundries: 1018 hides, y;t7 goat and
ahcep skin, 11 bxs beiel leaver, 20 c:tc
fruits, and Si! packages niUcellaueoiis
freights. Momestlc value, 1 17.100. M.
SEAL In Honolulu, April 8th, W. It.
Seal, a native of Kngland, aged Mi
THE LATE W. R. SEAL.
Mr. W. 15. Seal, who died at tliu
Queen's Hospital yesterday after
noon, from tliu effects of the burn
he received the previous evening,
was an old resident. Ho was an
Knrllbhinni by birth, hut at an
early date went to live in Australia.
From there ho went to California,
and from California canio hero in
the early llfties. He was at one
tinio elerk of tliu Supremo Court,
aud has held oilier responsible posi
tions as book-keeper. The remains
were interred this afternoon in tliu
MnkiUi cemetery, Hcv. A. Mackin
tosh reading the burial burvice.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
tlie fourth lage.
A (iom) wuteli charm, contivinling
photographs, has been lost.
Antonio Hodiigucs issues a notice
rcgiuding chickens unit pigs trespas
sing on his promises. Shooting will
An olliciul enquiry into tlio Tiro on
Nmianit street resulted in a verdict
that the lire originated from causes
Tin: S. S. Australia got nway in
good time thin noon. Shu wan veiy
deeply laden and had a large num
ber of passengers.
Woiik lino commenced on the
foundation of u Chinese Chinch in
connection with St. Andrew's Catfie
tlrnl. Mr. E. 11. Thomas in the con
tractor. Sophia Esscr was committed to
the Supreme Court this merning for
M'lileiU'o for laiceny of H120, pio
jierly of C. Leonard and W. A.Smitli
was lined .foO for receiving tliu money
knowing it to hnvo been stolen.
Twtnty-fivh natives men, wo
men and children under the guid
ance of a Mormau man and woman,
left by the Australia to-day for Utah.
Two Mormans are said to have gone
up by the Kinau last week to seek
Tiik Bijou Comedy company have
decided to piolong tlieir stay ut Ho
nolulu another three weeks, and to
give a seiies of four plays on their
own account. They intend opening
at the Opera House on Saturday, the
17th instant. They will produce
plays entiicly new to Honolulu.
Tin:, devotional meeting in the
Y. M. C. A. ball last evening was
not very largely attended, hut was an
earnest helpful season. Another
meeting will be held at .the same
place this evening at 7:30 o'clock,
led by Mr. licckwith; singing con
ducted by 'Mr. Uissell. All are cor
The I'ostniaster-Gencral notified
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co., Agents
of the O. S. S. Co., yesterday and
this morning, to refuse all letters
ha tided to them for delivery to the
Australia after the closing of the
Pot Ofllce mail at 10:110 a. m. Thu
reason of this notification is the rc
qtiiiemont of thu Postal Union, of
which Hawaii is a part, that accurate
statistics be made up to a specified
datu once in threo years.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of II.,
Hand Concert at Queen Kinina
Hail grounds, at 7:1)0.
l'acillc Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
it., at 7:.'10.
Hawaiian Camera Club, 7:30.
Drill Co. 1), Honolulu Kitlcs,
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Special survices at the Y. M. C.
AJ hall, at 7:30.
NAMING A TOWOmT AVENUE.
Mr. H. V. Dillingham, acting for
the Oaliu Railway & Land Co., pro
poses a novel plan for securing ap
propriate names for the town re
cent ly hud out at Kwa, and for its
principal avenue. He offers an
honorarium of a six-months' pass on
the railroad to Kwa aud return to
any gentleman who proposes the
best name for the town, and a simi
lar honorarium to any lady who pro
poses Hie best name for the avenue.
The award is to be made by a com
mittee of live consisting of Rev. V.
1$. Olcson, Prof. M. M. Scott, Mr.
T. R. Walker, Mrs. W. C. Mcrritt,
and Mrs. B. V. Dillingham. The
competition is open to young and
old alike. Competitors must direct
their communications to Award
Committee, I. O. Box W., before
12 in., Wednesday, May 14th.
Each competitor may suggest one
name only. Two lolded slips should
lie enclosed in an envelope, one
having the pioposud name with the
person's noni du plume written un
derneath, and the other, having
the noni de plume written on
tlio outside, and the writer's real
name written on the inside, the
latter is not to be opened by thu
committee until after the award is
made 1. C. Advertiser.
BKFOIIi: .M'UUM.Y, J.
TuuitSDAY, May 8.
In probate Estate of Robt. Stirl
ing, deceased. Thu Court approves
of thu accounts of tlio administra
tor, II. A. Widenianu, aud orders
his discharge. W. A. Whiting for
IIKFOUF. lllCKKl'TOX, J.
In probate Estate uf Elizabeth
Shaw, deceased. Tliu Court ap
proves the dual accounts of the ad
ministrator, II. A. Widenianu, and
orders Ids discharge. W. A. Whit
ing for administrator.
UKFOIli: HICKKllTON, J.
Kiuday, May i).
In probate Kstate of G. Bare
uaba of Hcela, Koolaupoko, Oaliu,
deceased intestate. Petition of J.
II. Burcuaba for letters of adminis
tration. Order that petitioner be
appointed administrator of said es
tate under 8H50 bond. J. II. Bare
uaha pur sc.
In probate Estate Manuel Paiko.
Hearing for proof of will. Ordered
continued for the present. '
SEVERAL hundred pounds o( Home
.Manufactured Hock Candy for nalu
by F. Ilm ii, Practical Confectioner,
lite, Hotel street. tM II
DAIL BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. i.,
THE ARIUN PICNIC.
A Ijbi'ko nnit Happy Company-.-.!
About the only inconvenience re
sulting from the postponement or the
Arion picnic from Monday, the fth
instant, to Thursday, the 8th, was
the absence of Hie moon on the lat
ter date to a compaiativoly latu
hour. At the picnic grounds, Ray
mond Grove, this was largely com
pensated for by artificial light. Elec
tricity not only furnished illumina
tion for Hie inside of the dancing
pavilion, but in places on the out
side incandescent lights did service.
Besides these, colored lanterns were
disposed among the trees around
the grounds, shedding their mild,
Every povision was made at the
grounds for pleasure and com
fort. Extra ornamentation, such as
Hags and greenery, were displayed
around the dancing pavilion, to
please the eye and enhance cheer
fulness. Ice cream and more solid
substances, of good quality and de
licious flavor, were supplied and
served out as required, by Mr
Sterner of the Elite, and Ins assist
ants. Malt liquor was available in
another booth to those who desired.
Mr. Larry Dee presided clllcicntly
over this department, aud was aided
by expert and attentive assistants.
Berger and the Band, of course,
were there, aud constituted an in
dispensable element of thu evening's
enjoyment. The baud was divided
into two parts one part occupying
a position in the open air, ami the
other furnishing music within the
pavilion for the dancers. The mu
sic was alternated between the
building and the open air.
Both old and young seemed to en
gage in the exercise and enter into
thu amusement of dancing with un
usual spirit. In some of the dances
the extensive floor, measuring 70 by
70 feet, was. coniletcly covered. The
Floor Manager, Major II. F. Heb
bard, discharged his duties with
clllciency, and was faithfully sec
onded by a committee consisting of
Messrs. E. B. Thomas, C. Kaiser,
K. 11. F. Wolter, J. Wnibel, M.
E. Livingstone, and C. Widenianu.
The committee of arrangements
consisted of Mussrs. M. Goldberg,
J. Asch, C. Kaiser, J. 11. Heist, E.
II.-F. Wolter, C. Ncldner.W. Wol
tcrs, II. F. Ilebbard, T. Wolff, C.
Widemann, W. Strahlman, and
J. Kirstcn. These gentlemen were
assiduous in their attention to duty,
some of them not even relaxing for
a moment to seek a little enjoyment
for themselves. Thej' succeeded
admirably in making everybody feel
welcome and at home. A spirit of
sociability pervaded the whole com
pany, stiffness and formality being
signally absent. Whije those who
chose danced, others looked on,
strolled around the ground, or sat
on the benches under thu trees, as
Robcrtsou(Iiis Majesty's Vice-Cliain-berlain),
and Hon. J. A. Cummins
was present. A tent was erected in
the grove us the royal headqiiaiters.
His Majesty fraterui.ed and con
versed affably with the people dur
ing fhe evening.
Air. James Dodd, who has render
ed many services to the Arion, be
ing about to leave on a foreign tour,
was presented with a gold harp
shaped badge during the evening,
ono side of which bore the words
"Honolulu Arion," and the other
side, "From friends of the Arion."
No small part of the evening's
pleasure was furnished by the rail
way trip to Raymond Grove and
back again. The (list train left
Honolulu at six o'clock in the eve
ning, carrying about lfiO persons,
the second followed in an Iiohi' from
the first with about 2G0. The royal
carriage, with His Majesty and
part', went by this train. The
third and last train was despatched
at a little past nine o'clock, carrying
about fifteen persons, making in
all 425. One half of the Hawaiian
baud went by thu first train, and
the other half by the second. The
trip down was enlivened by music.
The first return train started a few
minutes past 10 o'clock, reaching
Honolulu a little before 11. The
last train started about an hour past
The transportation both ways was
effected without the slightest mis
hap. Mr. B. F. Dillingham, man
ager of tiie railway, ami Mr. W. G.
Ashley, superintendent, were both
on baud, personally directing aud
superintending. Mr. Aucrhach and
the conductors were diligent and
polite in the discharge of their duties.
The last remnant of the picnic party
was returned to the Honolulu depot
safe and sound.
HAWAIIAN Council Xo. Ort'.i, Amu
ileau I.clon of Honor, meets
THIS (Friday) KVK.N1NH. at. 7 :!!0
o'clock, at Harmony Hall, Kluj stieet.
5,ri0 It Secretary.
(OLD Watch Charm containing
photographs. A reward will be
given to any person returning xald
Watch Charm to
CiiO'lt Xiiiiami stieft.
OTIOE Is hereby given Hint all
chickens ami nigs round on. my
preinlM'S three weeks from this date
will be shot.
ANTONIO Uoihl.mes HOTA-PKETA.
Honolulu, .May 'J, lS'JO. 5:.0 hv
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Lurgo & Important
Credit Trade Sale
I am lnstiiieted by Mf.ssiis. HYMAN
BROS, to hold a Large Credit Side, at
my Saleroom, Queen street,
Od Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday,
May liltb, Utb & 113th,
('ouitinMirliiB nt lO o'clock n. in.
When will bu offered their entire as-oit-iiicut
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Ladles' ,i Cent's I'ndorwear,
.IIcu'h f.itillcft' A Chill. ri'ii'H
BOOTS & SHOES.
.Small Ware and
Etc., Kte., Etc.,
I.llit'l'al TcrniH In lite Truth-!
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
519 Ot Auctioneer.
By order of CKCIL IIHOWX, F.Q.,
Kxcciitor of the K-late of the late K.
I're-ton, deceived, 1 will m-11 at Public
Auction, at the pi'cinNcs, corner of Kin;;
and I'likoi !ticcts,
On Fill DAY, Msiy Hi, 1800,
AT 10 O'ttliOUK. A. .11..
The Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
And Effects of said Estate, com
pilslng: 1 Handsome Carved Parlor Set,
Upholstered In Blue Silk;
So'a ifcChalfs, I'pho. In Hair Cloth;
Side & Corner Whatnots,
Largo Center & Sofa Hugs,
Marbletop Center 'IVihhs,
2 Pill B. W.
l.nrifo Double U. XV. HetNtead,
Mutuant & Pillows,
1 Klcgaut, Extra Large
B. W. Wardrobe,
With Minor Fronts;
It. W. Iliucalix & WaHlistamls
Silk ShawN & UeiKpieatN,
1 Handsome Koa Sideboard,
Foimerly the property of C. Ka
ualua; Large 1J. W. Dining Table,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Dining Itoom Chairs,
Decorated Dinner Set.
Sterling Silver Spoons & Forks,
Hook Case & Hooks,
Etc., Etc., Etc , Etc.
CW The I'leiiiKes will be open for
inspection on Thursday, May Hilii, fioin
!i a. i. to a i. m.
.JAS. F. MORGAN,
51'J "t Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
By direction of CECIL BltOWX, the
Executor of the last will and testament of
Philip Milton, deceased, I am directed
to sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
loom In Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May iMtli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
The late Homestead of the said I'liilip
Milton, being that certain property .situ
ate 011 the iiuiuka side of King sti'eet, hi
said onohilu, between the premises
of.M. Ilymau, Kmj,, and Ales. Young,
The above Property is planted with
fruit trees and grape vines, aud has an
111 tesltin well from whhii tlicie is now
an income of 8-MIO per annum. Title
perfect. Al-o, at tliu same time and
place, and hy the same direction 1 shall
sell that ee tain
Piece or Parcel of Land !
situate at Ktilaokiihua, Hoiiohilu, ad
joining thu preiuNes of Charles Dudolt,
Esq., and containing an area of 5'.i-100
acres, suitable for a homestead. Title
K2y Deeds at the expense of the pur
chaser. JAS. F. MORGAN,
filll til Auctioneer.
A FUHJilSllED or Unfur-
loom or Cottage, In or
near Honolulu. AUUiess
0. M.,'1 BiM.i.miN onicu. r.is :it
OliEMISKS situated at
i Kapahuua, at present
occupied by Sirs, (luriiey.
Possession given on ilium 1, 1S00.
M7 Sw JOHN V. COLBUHN.
MAY (J, 18J0.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LANDLORD'S SALE OF
Goods & Chattels
IMMtrnlitt'tt for the .Von-imj incut
I am Instructed by James K. Holt,
.Jr., to ell at Public Auction
On MONDAY, May Itttli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11.,
Of said dav, at my Saleioom, on Qncuti
street, in the City of Honolulu, the fol
lowing described Hoods and Chattels of
Fook Lung, a late tenant of said Jiunc
It. Holt, Jr., in said City of Honolulu,
dltralued for an ear of unit, and hav
ing been held the statutory length of
time by tin said James It. Holt, Jr., viz :
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Wares, Ciulos and Other
Hoods, Chattels and Effects of said
Fook Lung, taken fioin his store In
"Holt's Uluck," Xiuiaiiu street, hi s-alil
City of Honolulu
JAS. F. MORGAN,
J. M. Mnnm rat. Attorney for Landlord.
Honolulu, April L'u, Ib!i0. i:i8 td
GOO KIM & CO.,
Xo. 59 Xuiiauu St., Honolulu,
And dealer hi all kinds of
t'UNMliiirrrf. null KiU'iiImIiIiii: (jikiiIh.
ANo, a full stuck of Dry and Fancy
(iouil-. (iootl tit guaranteed. 517 Iliii
(l.ate ot the Ci.stoms)
llegs leave to Inform the public, mer
chants mid others, that he Is prepaid!
to undertake tliu collection of bills, ap
praiser woik. ami making Inventories
of bankrupt and other slocks. Typo
Wilting done with neatness aud dis
patch ami at moderate rates.
Bell Telephone 401: P. 0. Box 333.'
liupoited Diiect from Havana.
C. O. BERCER.
.1(7 'J in
The Al NleniiiHlili
Will have Honolulu foi thu above polls
on or about
SATURDAY, May 24.
f3T" For fieight or p'isig , lining
superior cibln ami MC'Ttigu iicoiiinio
dulioiiH, apply to
Wm. Q. IRWIN & Co.,
IIUUWOOI) for fale nt Hnwaii'in
. Coiiimuiclal Salesrooms, cornel ot
Queen and Xuuiiuu streets. -KW tf
SALT FOR SALE.
XIIAVB received 11 Tew hundred Imgr
of Salt, of the very iesi quality,
cicli bag weighing ISO pounds', I will
tell al wry lowest price at $t each;
special icdticlioii by the ton OiUr
lrom other Islands will he prompt!)
'attendul to with satisfaction yiinran.
teed. Address all ord'.rs to
On as I HI HAM,
.1111 Sin llabnolpo, Honolulu, Oaliu.
BETWEEN Iiimiiu' Asylum and Queen
street, a Small Scarf Tin, set with
four diamonds ami ruby In center.
Kinder will please return to Bi'i.i.uriN
Olllce and lecelve reward. rl!i iw
OX account of ill health Dr. .f. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. E. L.
Hutchinson to take charge of his olllce
until Ids lettiiu. r 17 tf
ART CLASS KS !
f It. BAltNTIKLD will rcMiine
LV1 classes on TUESDAY, May litli,
Drawing and Painting In Oils and Wa
ter Colors, Light & Shade, Still Life
and Figure Painting. Studio: Spree
kels' Block, Fort street. 510 Sw
A.MEKTIXGofihe British Beuevo
lenWJoelely will he held on SAT
URDAY EVKNING NEXT, May 10,
at 8 o'clock, at thu British Club, for the
purpose of taking steps for the observ
ance of the Queen's hhthday. The
annual meeting Is postponed until fur
ther notice. T. It. WALICKIt,
AGltAND Masquerade Ball will take
place on WEDNESDAY, the llth
May, I6D0, at the Honolulu HI lies Ar
mory, Bcrctaula stieet, the proceeds to
ho given to (he Portuguese Ladles Cha
rltablu Association. Tickets of admis
sion $1.00, Tickets may bu had at Ha
waiian News Co., HollNter & Co., Ben
son, Smith & Co , T. (. Thrum, C. .1.
McCarthy and H. .1. Nolto. sail Id
Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States.
Extract From Annual
"We purpose placing In your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Uond. Many will be attracted by tlio fact that you arc selling the
bonds of a life insurance society with iisscsts over SIC"), 000,000.f)0, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intriusic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (us you are
now able to quote the icsiilts of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no oilier company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"HENHY H. HYDE,
8ay Send for illustrative pamphlets, or call in person on the undersigned.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
(General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-l-DO
CLUSTER St CO..
DRUGS & CHEMICALS !
Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumes Si Soaps, Patent Medi
cines, Homeopathic Remedies,
Of Every Uesciiption.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO !
MANUFACTUItliKS OF THE CELEBRATED
Hollister'a Ginger Ale & Soda Waters
USING EXCLl'SIVELY THE
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
FOR ALL AEltATED HKVEHAGES.
lM POUT STUKKT. :::::: HONOLULU.
Famous Grand Active it Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
Witti Broilor & Hot Water Attachments !
ztkmSUK ijMtrSfu'f JatiBB H SKC --r--zlz? 3m?, 11 i, ii f ' , . VvJ.
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, either wood or coal, than any other Stove
in existence I
MSr No Brick Work About It ! Jutt a Clean Cut Slovo ! "Sia
Whose Baking Qualities are Unsurpassed !
This Grnto is of n triangular form having tlneo surfaces which arc ic
versihle, so that 11 separate top surface can bu used on alternate days; or if
thu ono surface in course of n shows any wear then tlio other can bu turned
up, and so on tlio other, making it equal in durability to llireo distinct Grates.
ri:i8 If Fort street,
E. It. llKNimv, President ic Manager. .Ions Ena, Vice-President.
Goiifkky Buown, Secretary .t Treasurer. Ckoii. Hiiown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Sproclicls" ltiutk.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuiue Haviltuid China, plain and decorated; and Wedgtwoad
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandelier, it Electoliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A compluto assOrtm't of Drills & Files,
Tlio "Gazelle" U-wbeeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel it Goosenecked Hoes,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes it Brushes, Manila it Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
1-lowe, Uomc, M.Oi,
RUBBER, WIRK-UOUND of suporior. nuality, it STK.VM,
Agato Iron Wait, Silver Plated Ware, Tahlo it Pocket Uutlory,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tlio Celebrated "Olub" Mnclilno-loiided Cartr
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Hart's Patent "Dnplu.x" Die Stock for Pipe it Boll Threading,
Haitinuu's Slcol Wiro Fenco it Steel Wiro .Mats,
Win. O. Fishor's Vi ought Steel Ranges
Gato Oity Stone Fillers,
. "Now Process" Twist Drills,
uov-20-8". Nidi's Carringo Paints.
Circular to Agents.
oppo. Spreckels' Hank, Honolulu, H. 1.
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Port Stiwt, Honolulu.
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