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TUESDAY, MAY 1, 18'JO.
OAIIU RAILWAY & LAUD COMPANY'S
KKOn.AU THAI VI. .
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu !i:()i) l:(Ki
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Leave MuiiiiiKL n :tio -1:01)
Airlui Iloiiulillll tl:IS 1:18
A. .M. 1'. M. T. M.
Leave Honolulu... Il :".() I'J I'M) Ilioo
ArrheMsiiiaua ...10:lS I:1H :t:ls
T.'Mve M:in,iii:i .... 1 1 :0u I : l;l -1 1.
Allivc Honolulu. ..11 :IS l :.H I ;.V,
... aw -w wmm i.nm ! i ii i
Si tnr l.cliuii from HuiiKil.u.i
1,1 iiir Kliiau for llllonnd w:iy port' at
Klinr Mlknbala for Ivnual ill ." p 111
.Stuir Llkcllkc tor .Maul 111 ." p in
Sclir Mai y for Iluiiidcl
Sclir Witii'lm fur l( 1111:11
.Sclir Luka for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVma TU-MOllildw.
.Slmr Hawaii for Iliunukiia at in a in
l''ioin Kail.ii jut -slim Mll.nlinl.i, Mav
11-.M.J I'enelra, M (i Corii'a. Mi-.-Kellet.
Miss liiitllelil, V fi Smith. Miss
M miiIiIi. i! Chinese anil "i deck.
Kruiu llamaknii per -tnir hvalanl.
Mav 11 linns Sam I'arUer iiml J
lliiriRT, Mis lliiriu-r, C I) Miller, .Mr
(iin:ilve anil 1 1 deck.
J'or tin' Colonics pur It MSSMaii
poii, Ma. II Mis Sophia lli'iiry. :i hi
.tei'ra;;c,'aiid :!0 e.ihln and -' stceia;;c
paouiier- in irau-it.
Tln American lint I. Saiauai', Captain
Shaw, whkli m, nli! ievui.il ti-i..s be
tween Iiito anil hau KranoUi-o, wa--.nlv.i
Maivli Itli in lal IS dp;,' X, anil
lonj;.'!" ilo W. troiii Now Yoi! boiuiil
to Mill Dii'go.
Tin1 cliooiier llak'akala litoulit 1:W."
liajjs iigiir from Hawaii on .satimlay.
'I'lii! Mi'aiiit'i' Hawaii faun' oil tin- M:i-
1-1111 Kailway yu-li-nlay ulK-rnoon,
will Ipiivc lo-inorrow 11101-11I11: toi
ro:,Eic;i vessels in port.
II M S Cliamplnii, St Clair, Iroin Hawaii
I'Sh Nip-le, MeCiiilcy, from Samoa
Am l-insi-tcil ehr Jdilicu I.t'wcr, I) W
1 l'euliallow, from I'ort Town-
Am hit rorcl (vUncii. .1 C M Winillii,
1 1 (till San I'rauui-en
Am lil. Tillie linker, Carter. Iroin
Am Icin Iteptiitor, l)i eycr. from Kurcka
Am likt C V Punk, A O (!laer, iroin
Am likt Klikllat, K U Cuttlcr, fioni Toil
Am lik Colu-a, 1!.ic1,ii. from Ncwce-lle,
Am l-inn-teil -elir i: K Wonil, N C I.nr
n'li, from Xewcatlc, X S W
Am tern l.:i. h () Wlkmaii, from l.u
Am leru Ve-tu, rrleileiljerjr, from I'ort
FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
I' S I' Cliarlc-ton ft mil S.111 FiancKco
ilue May 'J-J
I!i;t .1 I) SprcckoK from :m 1'ialieisco
(for Ivalniliii) .May 1!
Ilk Alex McNeil. Kills, from Sail Kran-
chen ilue May II
Sclir l'uiitaii, from Sun nii'fjo, 1I111; Mav
Itl.t .1 A Kiilkeiiliiir, from Peru, (for
ICnlmlut; ilue May 7
l!r.-liip lilcnlk'lil fioni Liverpool, iluo
Sclir Alcalde, from I'oit Luillow, due
Ill; Alalanla, from I'ujjet Sound, due
likt (1 0 I'm kins, from lVru, due May h
(ler lik A1I011K from Ilremeu
Her lil: Kiui-l, I10111 Xew Yoik
Ilk rnelis iloliu, from Xewcatk', due
Sclir (itilileii Shore, from Sydney, due
It M S h Alanii'da. M'oro, from the
Colonic, due May ill
Haw bl; Andiew Wuleh. Mar-ton, from
San Frant'Nt'o, dun May 1'.'
likt Dl-eovery. MeXdl, fliiniSan frau-
eico, iluii May 1 1
Am likt lrmauk'A II Paul, from Sail
Francisco, due May 1:1
ltjt l.urllne, Mar-ton, ln.ni Sin I'rau-
elco (furlliloj due May l.'i
likt Mary Whil.ulniau, fiom' Sau Frau-
el-cd, due May 17
J'.kt Planter, Dow, fiom San Fram-Ncii,
due Mav 1 1
15;t V ti Irwlu, McCulloch, from San
I'rani'l-i'o, (.for Kaliulul)iliie May a I
II It M S Acorn, troiii lNiulinalt, II C,
due. May :5l
Hi- ship llonowdale, from Liverpool,
Jtr bk Illrker from London, -idled Apr
10, duo Auj; '.'."
Sclir .J O Xmtli from Sun KraneUeo, (en
route for Mahiikoua) due .1 urn 1
Am bryl l.urliiiL', MutMiu, liom San
Frauei-co, due.liuii' 'J
Air. H. M. fjayfonl will loin Hip
week nihl series of ovaiijj;ulistic
nicotines in Um Y. 1.1. C. A. hull, at
7 ::)() this evening. All classes can
find help and hlussin in the meet
ings tilts week, hut they will bu ot
hpceiul value to all christians yoittio;
or old. Air. Say ford has already
proved that he is specially adapted
for wotk in this city. Come and
In ro iistnto of Alanoel I'aiko of
Honolulu, Ouliu, deeeased testate.
IVlition of Alex. J. Curlwrighl that
will be admitted to probate and that
letters testamentary be issued to
himself. Ordered that will be ad
mitted to probato and that letters
testamentary be issued to petitioner
under SflOOO bond. .1. M. Alousar
rut for petionor; pctitionpr in jier-.1011,
A iiy coloied I iow has been lnsi,
iiml tin' (iwutM' of IV1 rd u lewnid lo the
finder of flu' Iioih.
Tin: ICoolini election will In- held
llHIlOMOW. .1. E. llusli mid .1. I.
ICnttltikou are the oppo.iiiK ciindi-
I III! I'M.
I)(. II. V. Anilci-oii will leave by
llii' Mikahala ht ovciiinj;, on n ro-
fc.isioiuil VMl of two Weeks O.' 1IIOI2
Mil. .1. (.'. Oltllioy ik'I'lilll'ri Ii) IH'Ccpl
llic n.ioiwiliilily of debts inclined
in his inline without his wiiten
Annt-r I'O nii'inhcis of tliu Hono
lulu Hilled 1 111-111 il 011I to li.iilaliou
ill ill lal niglil, ill I'alari' Siii,ui'.
Major lli'hhanl wan in riiniuuinil.
A .N'niiMAN- stallion, liroiijiht tlown
I iy llii' S. S. Aunt r.iliu mi lirr la"! liip
for linn. Sani.'l'aikcr, is -aiil to In
llii' liiiof animal of lliul kind in tin
I'oiintiy. Mil. .I0I111 KlaU'r will j;ivi' liis lli-hl
ptihlii' cxliihitinii (if iiiiiiil-ri'adiiit,',
c'.i'., in llonululii.iil thi'Opur.i Moiibf
tlii.s ovi'iiiiij;. Tii'ki Im at .Mr. J.. .1.
Tiinsi: wlio inli'iiil lo I'linipi'tf foi
the pti.o for lie lii'.sl nanii's for tin
ni'W town anil its principal Hliccl at
ICwii, must h:ifi ilifir xiiyKC'tioiii in
In. foi u 111. on tn-niniiow. Atlilrc- In
1'. (). lio. V.
Xo liiovi'iiiciit Ii.im yet ht'i'ii inaili"
towanN i-lfiii jtiji up llic ilchris of the
rt'ccnl lirPo on Xuiiuiiti anil lintel
stici'ls. Anion;; tin niiiiH of llic
iniliT place .-ecil water-pipes
Till: I'lpiilalik liife A.-Mirance Sn
eiely, wliie ajzent for t lit tc Mauil
in Air. A. .1. C.11 Iw rij;ht. nie now sell
iii); their IjoiiiI-- iipmi ety linn.-.
Head what the agent f,iy in ,111 nd-serli.-ciiient.
(ifAit..Ti:i:i bonds" aie oil'cicil
by the Mutual Life InKtii.ince Com
pany of .New Ynik. Mr. S. P.. ItoM',
ut Wilder V i'o.'b, Kcncial nj;enl for
thee i.-hind.-, will cheeifiilly an.-wer
all euiiiirics for iiifoiiualiiui.
A VKIiY allraelive pio!i.iiiiiiic is
leiu; iicp.ueil for tlie twelfth lupin
recital at Kauiiiakapili chinch next
TiiCfday evening, the 20lh init. Miss
vim Miililelilyk, M. It. C. Mnuleanle
and the Kawaialrin Scininary Clinius
Mil. William Millci, cnbinet maker,
who was binned nut Satuiday niylit,
will resume business in a day or iwo
in ti place adjoining .fun llee's ics
taur.inf. Mr. Miller is thankful to
those who died lu s;le miiiiu of his
p tods at the lire.
Mu. Alfied Fowler, in cnnii.niy
wilh Col. (!. W. Maefail.iiie, leaves
nu the Kiuau this afteriionn, for
Maui, to vinit the Spreckelsville,
Yaikaiii, and Ihu Pain plantation.
Mr. Fnivlei will piohably lake the
steiiuier for .lapati tlii.s mouth, 011
his two-year journey aioiind Ihu
Tin: S. F. Call, of Apiil 'Jli.siiys :
Putser Sinilli of the stenmer Muii
piwn wall;.s aiound the Oeeaiiii doej;
in 11 iuir of lifrlit 1ums licit aie 1111
iipii' in their way. Tim uppeis aio
of leather tanned fioni the skin of
lliewifenf a Maori chief, who was
killed and llnyed lor some ciinio she
committed. It was presented to Air.
Suiilhiiy his adtniieis in Auckland.
Tin: case of .las. liiophy, Thus.
Duulap, J. KviMott.Thos. Tililiiy and
.1. Xavier, lemaiidcd fiom (he tith
canie up in tin Police Couit this
iiiurniuc; and i.- still on. Alar.-hal
Soper, Captain Larsen, Xavier, (Cus
tom (iiiaid. nol. pios. cntcicil against
him), Cnjit. Kiblin, .1. O. II Youii,',
11ml .las. Kauui h.ive tetilied lor the
piosccution. IC.iuui, who lived at
.Slaue,lttei -liouse point, iniplieatcs a
number of hack diivers in his testi
mony. EVENTS THIS EVEIilHG.
Special Services in Y. Al. (J.
hall, at 7 :!!().
Court Lunalilo, No. (IliOO A.
I'., at 7:.;i).
llco. W. lie Lone; Post No.
fl. A. 15., at7::i().
ICxcelsior Lodte No. 1,1. ().
V., at 7 :!!().
Drill Co. 15, Honolulu Rifles,
Aleelino; of Arion Coinmitte at
Arion hall, at 7:110.
Slater's mind-reading exhibition,
at Opera House, at .s.
The l'. S. S. Iroquois, now under
going repairs at the Alare Island
Navy-yard, will in about two weeks
make a second start for Samoa to
relieve the Alohieaii at Apia. The
.Mohican will, upon the arrival of
Hie Iroquois, go first to Auckland
for supplies and will then go to the
west coast of South America. The
Iroquois will sail by way of Hono
lulu. The Navy Department is inform
ed of the ai rival at the Alare Island
Navy-yard of the I'liited States
steamship .Mat ion. The Marion lias
necn on the Asiatic station for the
past few years. She will be put out
of commission within a week or so.
As she is believed to be in good re
pair, after receiving a good cleaning
and Homo fresh paint she will bo
again put in commission and proba
bly be assigned to the l'aoilic, sta
tion. The run of the new torpedo-boat
Gushing fiom Newport to New York
on Alay 2 was the quickest on re
cord between those cities. She ran
against strong winds and heavy
seas, but nevertheless made, it in six
hours and fifty-seven minutes, or
seven minutes quicker than any
viwHWM-Txiirfo4im i mi
Ij-lltiiil Inn 1111 Hie
Tin I IV I 11
rCorrc-iponileuce of the Hi i.i.r. ns.l
San Fiiani imo, Alay oil.
There has been no new develop
ment on Hie sugar schedule, the
energy of Congress being centered
oil the Silver bill. It is probable
licit a compromise tueasuiu will he
passed. Tlie gold ling do not safely
iclinqiiish their Imld, anil as lliey
eonliol Hie Administration it follows
that the Silver men have an uphill
light liom start to I'mUli. Hut siler
will win Hie end. Silver is tlie peo
ple's money, and far more of it is
pioduced than of gold. The D'uec
tor of tlie 1'niled States .Mint states
Inst year's product of the piucious
metal at gold, S:12,.S00,ii()(i ; silver,
bullion value, Sl(i,7.")0,()00, coinage
value, 8tl,l!lf!,.Uil. The different u
between tlie bullion and coinage
value or silver, or S17,8!)l!,.iil, "is
about the measiiie of Hie annual ad
vantage gold has over silver under
the existing coinage laws of the
United Males. II there were fiee
silver coinage as there is free gold
coinage, silver would be on a par
with gold, and values ol all ex
changeable commodities would be
come settled on a higher basis lo Hie
advantage of all classes except
money lenders and manipulators of
credits. It is Hie constant fluctua
tion of gold which depiesse- indus
try, cripples manufactures and
Hade, and unsettles values gener
ally. The coinage law compels the
minting of Si,()iiU,0(Ji) silver per
month, or S-.' 1,000,000 yeaily, but
the (.iovernment enjoys 1 lit profit
on this coinage, as silver bullion is
bought lor the mint at 111:11 ket rates.
Free coinage would give tlie advan
tage to the silver producer, and put
the money "into circulation. Il is
contended, and wilh reason, that
the coin 111 circulation does not suf
fice for the legitimate needs of busi
ness, which condition is to tlie ex
clusive benefit of the credit institu
tions. Tlie bankiui; iulcrc-a of
course lights the pioposal to in
crease ihu coinage of .silver, hence
the absorbing inteiest taken in it by
The preliminary skirmish on Hie
Tnrilf was fought on the classifica
tion ot wool ; but as this proposal
was embodied in a separate bill the
Speaker shut oft' discussion ol the
general measure. A fiee wool
schedule will be proposed. Tliero
is far more reason in free wool than
in Iree sugar. The latter would
damage domestic industries, Hie
former would help them. This is
how the Cliioniele, in a recent isslie,
alluded to the Hawaiian sugar inter
ests; "A morning contemporary says
that the Cliioniele otands alone in its
position on the sugar question
among tlie papers of this city, either
Republican or Democratic. And
still we do not feel lonesome. The
fact that the Republican majority of
Hie Ways and Means Committee
occupies precisely Hie same po-i'.ion
on the question as Hie Chronicle,
and the reflection that the other
papers of the cilj' are making the
light of tlie local sugar ring and the
Hawaiian planters against the Am
erican people, helps us to bear our
isolation with perfect equanimity."
And yet the Chronicle is fighting
the battle of the Sugar Trust'in San
Francisco, with which so many Ha
waiian planters have identified
themselves. Its course on the sugar
tariff shows how little consideration
I hey may expect from this Trust
should it get the upper hand and be
able to dictate terms. "When it was
at the height of its dishonest pros
perity it gave out false quotations
of prices to cheat its Hawaiian as
sociates. It does not stop at trifles.
A sense of honorable obligation is
wanting, while according to its own
contention it has no legal responsi
bility attaching to it. The recent
suit brought against tho Trust in
New York to hold its members re
sponsible as a corporation, will test
the latter point. If Hie Trust is
without legal responsibility, how
ever, the inteiest of Hawaiian cer
tificate holders in the assets when
liie final clean-up comes, will not
amount to the value of a Kalakaua
dollar, because only a lawful con
tract will bind them. "Honor
among thieves" lias been discounted
by the Sugar Trust ring in their
manipulation of trust cerlilicates in
Wall street and among its members.
The steel screw steamer Clatidine,
Sol) Ions burden, built to the order
of Air. Clans Spreckels, for the
inter-island trade, was launched
March 2nd, according to the Glas
gow Herald. She will be an addi
tion lo the Wilder Steamship Com
pany's fleet. The Clandinc has
been constructed lo the highest class
of llureau Veritas, lias long poop,
monkey forecastle, and large deck
house forward and aft of machinery
space, with shade deck oveiheaii.
The- saloon is entered by handsome
stairway from poop deck, having on
both sides commodious staterooms,
which, with additional deckrooms,
give sleeping accommodation for 00
saloon passengers. The vessel is
lilted up with electric lights, electric
bells, etc. The Clatidine was named
by Aliss Catherino Alacfarlane,
'laughter of Air. tJeorge Gray Alac
farlane, a"gent of the owner. She
has been tested and accepted, guar
anteed horsepower 1000. The build
ers were Napier, Sharks it Hell,
Yoker, 011 the Clyde She was to
sail for the islands in a few weeks
under the command of Captain
UJriil.W'IMW: liOWUI.ULH, II.
SPECIAL CLEARING.:: SALI-
MUST MME ROOM
A.VOPY TOP CUT-IJNDKi:. KLLIPTIC SPUIXC OAlilll.WiK
CAN'OPY TOP siif.-i:i:
L l-.'.VTI IP, It TltlMMKI) . .
FOLDI.N'U SKAT J1UC1CP.' 'AIM) (Columbus Muggy
TOP Mt'titiY (Columbus lliiy ('. make) ....
CIIICAOO ItOAD ('AIM'S,
t'tiy The above litotes
STRICTLY SPOT CASH.
Hawaiian Carriage Mfg. Go,,
-'. :ii end
Onc-tliird the Pries of the Itoyal !
Every Ilounokcepcr Should Uso It !
&jT A Saiii','-nf .!! IVi Cent in Co-I ami Quality. Tin Yen -I. rJ
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVSS & CO.,
o.'il ('nil FAclu-he A-.'i lit.- for Ihu Hawaiian l-lauil-.
'Tlie members of the Hawaiian
Colony at San Francisco appcat to
be enjoying themselves as well
Ammicau tariff legislation will per
mit. They are hopeful but by no
means sanguine of a favorable re
sult. The smokestack of the American
Refinery shows no sign of lighting
up the furnaces. It wa- promised
by the Trust's agents that the re
finery would start up again, free
from the Receiver's control, on
March .'hi. Two months have nearly
elapsed since then but the promise
remain unfulfilled. It would lie safe
to gamble on quite two additional
months, and if the decision is given
before the November elections) it will
he an unlooked-for event. Rut
somehow tho consumers of sugar on
the Coast and as far Kast as the
Alis-ouri River, draw their supplies
from tlie SpieckcU refinery, without
increase in price or delay in deliv
ery, to the manifest annoyance of
the T'l ust organ and touters. The
cannot understand how a great
manufacturing and mercantile linn
can be content to conduct its busi
ness without taking advantage ol it-
position as exclusive producer of a
staple commodity and cinch con
sumers. If tfie American Refin
ery had been in the same po
sition as Hie California has occupied
since tlie middle of February, it is
sale lo say that relined sugar would
be at least one cent per pound
hi-dier than it is. The people ot
California understand and appre
ciate the business policy of the Ca
lifornia Refinery Company. Mo
ports in Philadelphia papers agree
in staling that the new Spreckels
rellnery is turning outjthe very best
qualities ot sugar. Kverytliing is
now working smoothly, tlie Trust
sines having been removed. The
daily output 01 tins rellnery is re
ducing tlie sales of the Trust refin
eries by that amount, and the sugar
being of better quality gives greater
The Evening l'ost published ev
eral interviews' on Hie .sugar ques
tion on the 1st, in which a defence
was made of Hie Islands Treaty.
Air. A. IL Spreckels also replied to
tlie Chronicle's attack upon Hie la
bor policy ot tho planters, and de
fended the treaty and tariff. The
figures he gives of Hie production of
licet sugar are instructive. Hawai
ian planters would have nothing lo
fear from beet sugar under existing
treaty conditions. With free for
eign sugar and a bonus upon domes
tic sugar the case would be different.
The reply in the Chronicle was tamp.
It contended that it free sugar had
developi'il the Hawaiian trade, it
should be tiled with Cuba and oilier
The House Committee on Foicigu
Affairs on May 1st acted favorably
on a resolution looking to the culti
vation of reciprocal relations be
tween the Tinted Stales and other
Tho public debt was 1 educed by
S7,f).'ili,'J0l during Apiil. The total
reduction in Hie debt since .Juno til),
1N80, was Slil.li'.'i.S.'il up to April
lit), 18110. Total cash in the treas
ury, Sli.Ti.-iu 1,788.
merchandise to Honolulu
11 the II u-
Schooner John J. Not Hi, .'li'O
tons, merchandise to Mahukoiia in
the Hawaiian line.
New Yoik dif.patche.s of .May lM,
are as follows:
Sugar Ifaw is ntuady; wiles of
(if)0 tons .Muscovado, 8!i test, at ."
acaifjo of Ceutrifiijjials, 'Jfl test, It
ii-lii, cost and lieieht; llefliied,
FOR NEW STOCK I
WITH LAMP.-' . .
Cn. make). .
11F.LOW COST, and our terms are
70 (.ifF.F.N STUF.F.T.
lVu't & Qusililj
easier; C, .I I at . 11-10; White
Kuril C. ."ii a't ol : ellow, Ii at . ;
Cubes, li;j per lb.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
i.:ir.,i & Iinporhint
I am iu-triieted lv Mls-it-. HYMAX
Illtu.-s. to hold a Large Credit Sale, at
my Sill-loom, IJilecu -Heel, oil
Ma lllh A I. Mb.
Coiiiiururiiii: hi IO oVIoel. :i. in
A complete iis-eitlli"lit of
DRY GOODS !
1'iiliey IMv-s liooils.
Illack A Coloicd Mciliio-,
Lie., Lie, Lie. T'.te.
A complete asoriinciit of
Lawns & Prints,
icnt',: L.iifk'n' t'lidcrwear.
While ,v llrowii Cotton-,
A full line of
'5 k lentil's ClotiiiM,
The ino-t complete tls-oitliifllt or
.tlru'n !. mill's" A ('liililren'M
5 1 1 0 13 "W .A. T8.1L 9
All patterns and qimlllle- of
Woolen & Calico Shirts,
A very full Hue of
Linens, Ducks, Etc.
AUo, full Hues of
Silk Ribbons & Handkerchiefs.
And a very law a oituumt of
FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS,
Lie. Ltc, Lie. Lie.
rAT"The-e (Jooils have all been care
fully -elected loi this nmrliet. and 11-
prUn the latest mid ino-il -tii'tlt styles In
I9T All tinoils offeied will bits-old,
and Invoice-will be clo-ed 0111 icgaid
les of co-i.
I.Wicrul Terms at Wale
K. . HO It CAN,
IIKI.I'Klt for Die hiirst'-.initlii
on Nuii.iiiii street, near
'lue,iid, on easy tciiu-,
Ji'St-Jti PHLMISLS situated
CvgiS" - Ivaiialiiiiui. at im
1 oeeupleil by .Mis.
given 011 June 1. IS'.ni.
.101 IN V. COLI'.l'U.V.
JS.A. l "HO !
NOW IS THE TIME !
j I The Equitable Life Assure
Society of Ihe
Aie now sell, tig tiicir lloncN. 'ind upon easy
lure ol Insurant c goes with etery IJond.
The followiiiL' are a few o! the
original and progrcs-ive CnmpMiy:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 -
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS" ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The ('ompai'3 is eipiitiible. il s payments: prompt and certain, and Us
(From th" Xr,r ' tux Sun, April lA, lfiDO.)
Tin l.iirfA't'Hl Hitsiiu'S'. Kvor TiMHHiH'lei! hy a 1 .1 IV Aur-
The new businc's of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of JS'cw
York for Hie first n,tiarfcr of llic present year is reported to exceed Kirn
Million Doi.i.Ait. This i at the 1 ate of f cm hiimlivl millions at'wtsur-nm-t'ir
tlm io n; and is unprecedented in tlie annals of lite assurance.
.-jYIniirination cheerfully furnished to any who will wiitc to or call
upon the uudei .signed at his otllee.
ALEX. J, CARTWRICHT,
ctciieral Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands, Equitable Life A ran ranee Society
of Hie I'. S. Jnij-1-90
D U U GS&CHE M 3 C ALS
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cill. s lloiiii cpiitbie It. UO'd't's,
01 Kn I).
MANI'K CTl'i:i:i.' oi
rsi.vo KXcLisn i:ly ihk
I r HUilc. WA. fcsK SYSfhiW
Mil ALL ALltATLI) OKVKI! VUKti.
! VilHT STllV.ZYV. ;;::;: SUlTi'OJ.HMJ.
J'ninous (traiid clive Si ll.ildiii .Ynwl
Wrought Steel CookingRanges
AVith Broiler & Hot "Water Attachments I-
y j .!" ' 'iii" hm 1 p 11 W "
ConsumiDg Onc-thiid Less Fuol, either wood or coal, tlisn any oihtr Stove
in existancs) !
&$ No Bri:l: Work About It! Just a Clo.Mi Cut Stovo ! -Xsia
Whose Baking Qualities are Unsurpaeced !
This (iiate is ol a tii.iiiulai foiiu bin iiijr t Inee Miiface.- wliieh an it-vei-ible,
mi that a -cp.iiate top siufaee cm be Used mi alternate days; oj il
the one Mil face in cmisc of u-e -liow.sany wear then the other can be tinned
up, and mi on the i.tln-i, inakiiij; il eijiml in dur.ihdiU t" three disliuel (Hales.
itt ft vv M. 1 1 m tvi fri
Toil btiei t, nppii fSpictKels
i:. It. HuNiiiiv, I'lcsldent ,'c .Miiii.iair.
(ion). iti:Y llltows, .Sieretary iV IVe-isiiir.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO,,
Optii). Spt'ceUel' IJiinlf.
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oomiine Haviland Cliiua, plain ami decorated; and Wcdwocd
I'i.iuo. Library A ."stand Lamp-, Cli.uulelier. it Klti'tnHers,
Lamp I'ixtuie.s 01 all kind.s, A cmipl -te .t.snr'.iu't ( l)rilli t Kile,
PLANTATION . SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Couelle" 'Wvli"ilcd Kidinc l'low t Ivjualicr.
Him beard Itice Plow, I'laiiten,' St. el it (loo.-untcl;i d llten,
I.AUD, CYU.NDKH. ICr.ROSlJN'i;, Ll.NSKlU),
I'nintf, Varnishes ,t llrushif. Mituilti A. riial Hope,
IIANDM'.S OF ALL KINDS, 4-
JJ-io!te, J-Ios-'C, Ilosc,
ItUniJKK, YJKK-nolJNI) ol hitp-rior .niality, A STEAM,
A'ato Iron Ware, .Silver l'l.Ued W.ne, Table v l'neket Cutlery,
J'owder, sliilA Cup.s, Tim Colelir.itid"Clul" .Mufhiiii-loudedCiirtriilses,
Hait'rt l'nteiil "l)uple." Die Slock for Pipe ,t Bolt Thre.idinj:,
Ilailinau'M Sleel Wiie Kuncu A Steel Yiio .Mat?.
(iate City Slono rilled
rflWfrvgiMU JW '.'WfW)g.'TVtj?5;'ft
lmiiiv attr.v-tiw' forms offered by
Ale & Soda Wafers
Bn c try. 11 n r-n
a tx u ?y m m k.
Hank. Honolulu, II. I.
John K.n-4, Vkv-r'resldciil,
('urn. ltnows. Auditor.
Win. Ii, lusher i Wrought itoel lLtnyiM
Keul'. Cnriiiigu Taint.
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