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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 18'JO.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
'Leave Honolulu !:(i( 1!:00
Arilvi- Maiuua Si: I L':IS
l.4ii vt Mamma tl :0H -I :u0
Aulw Iloliohil 1 1 :1S -LIS
SW.Mi.'V I HUNK.
A. M. I'. M. I'. At.
Leave Honolulu... 'j:;:ii il'::io :i:iio
Arrive Mamma ...10 MS l:ln :i:lfl
Leave Mnsiim....ll:UJ ):i:i -I :u."
Anlvi! Honolulu...! I :is ; : :t i I :.:;
.St inr W O Dull from U:n:ilt mill Maul
.Sltur liiuif Makre fitini Knpaa
.Sclir K':iiillln: from Kami I
Stmr O It ItHliop for Walauae, Walalua
and Koolau at U a m
Sclir lltileakaki f4r Hawaii
SluirKikuica lion for Ununniu and IV-
pCCkeil at 1 ) in
.Stmr I'cJe for Lahalua ami K'nkalmi at
1(1 a m
HlinrJ A Cuimiilu for Konhiu tlam
VESSELS lYaVIHG TO-MORROW.
Schr l.uka for Kohala
The steamer ICaal.i binu;-hl .VJOliags
Migar t ruin Koolau Wedne-dav.
Tin' tern Repoiler i- loading -ug.ir
for San 1'ianci-eo for Me.-ii. I'. A.
Schacfer A. Co.
The steamer I.cliiia in rived Tiie-day
from lhuuakiia with 'JfinO bag- -uga'r
mnl !1() head cattle, and tin- -tcainer Kl
laiii'u Hon came in Vtliic-tl!iy inorniii1;
with :i700 hafT. siifjiu iintl 40 Huaal oaltli.
The sloaini'i" IVh; brought 1:J11 ha-is
.-n;a'' and 1 1 h;ti 1 il- inohi--o.- from
l.aliuina UVdiu'Mlay inoriiin.
Tin sti-iiiiiiT Kaimlloa n limili'tl on
the .MariiiL- Jtallway thi- mornln.!-.
Tin' -I-iiiuiSIlmI (u,riooncr (ioHlci'i Shoio
I'DiinnKin't'd iliscli.'U'Ini; coal at tin' 1.
Al. S. S Co.'s wliaif lliis inoi'iilnir.
Tin' haiU'iitini" U O Funk oanu-off
ihi' Mm lui Hallway till-; nioinln, ami
Is now anchored in thoMicaui.
Thi' barkeiithiCN ijnlckatup and Katie
riicklnj;i'r wi'ic In sail troin llilo, Ha
waii, to-day with biiar for San Kran
4'Ni'n. Tin: ti'rn Kvu tlnUhcb ill-charin
lumber thli afternoon. She will load
sii!?:ir for San Kraiiul-co.
Tlio liiitMi haik Ompfj.i. Capt A V
llrown, wa doL'ki'd at Itri'M or- wharf
ycMcnlay nmrnlii. .Shu wa- oil ilay
iioin Honkon. U111I Jilcaanl weather
iilmo.t Ihi; oiitiri! iiassa'". TwoChl
iit'M rt'tnrni'il hy her. Tin1 Oinejj.i hiinc;-,
nearly MOO tnii of gmoial ireihl to
Yiii'ii" ICei! S: Co.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Mpeling IJounlof HuprescntativcB
Honolulu Fire Department, at7:.'IO.
Spcciul serviees at the Y. Al. C.
A. hall, at 7:110.
Hand concert at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7 :o0.
Polynesian Kneanipmi'iitNo. 1, I.
(). (). I, at. 7 :!!() iM'loflc.
Oeeanii' Couni'il No. 777 A. L. of
II. ul 7:.K).
Servici"1 al St. Andrew's. Cathe
dral, at 7.
Slater's lnind-iTadinu; exhibition,
at Opera House, at 8.
ll is perhaps not suflleiently know 11
that facilities exist in Honolulu for
the transmission of packages to
almost all parts of the world.
Through receipts are granted to
destination by the agents, Alessrs.
.7. K. Drown & Co., old capilol
buildings, next door to Tost Olllce.
Agencies arc established at all the
principal cities, and, as explained
by advertisement in another column'?
parcels may also lie sent for.
THE GOSPEL INVITATION.
Tlie Y. M. C. A. hall was filled
last evening in connection witli the
Union Evangelistic meetings which
aro now being carried on in this
city. John .5:10" was the text se
lected by tin: evangelist who spoke
lor half an hour most earnestly and
pointedly on the gospel invitation.
At the close of the address an en
ipiiry meeting was held, to which a
large number remained and several
presented themselves as enquirers.
The services will bo held to-night
and to-inorrow night al 7:.10 hi the
Association hull. The public are
A RAID AND FICKT.
News has just been recived from
Kwa of an opium raid and a gen
eral light last .Saturday night. Two
policemen, with six helpers, sur
voiiiuluil a Chinesu house 011 Kwa
plantation, 011 the night mentioned,
and caught three Chinamen smoking
opium. Tlio three were seized anil
hand-cuffed. A number of China
men were nlo caught gambling, but
when au attempt was made to take
the pot and other evidences of the
gauio, a light ensued. In the con
fusion two of the Chinese prisoners
escaped with handciilfs on. Two of
the raiding party received cuts from
hoes. They got away with one of
the arrested, but not without lliing a
few shots, to frighten the Chinamen,
who had gathered in force and weru
in hot pursuit. Tlio one prisoner
was tried in duo time and lined.
The other two smokers are still at
largu with the hand-cuffs, which of
course have het'ii IU-'d off by tliia
LGUAL & CEKERAl HEWS.
A diiai r fur i'llll oil hu- been 1. "i.
Kkad I In.' new aiheilifcnieiit t jf
the Temple 4jf Fashion.
Mi:. D.tvid Dayton hold i owor of
ultoiney from .Mr. Jan. Dodd.
'I'iii: Hawaiian band will give
conceit at tli4! Hawaiian llnlcl
riii:i:i: arc fancy lie,uicd India -ilk,
lit C. .1. Ei-liel?, corner "t Fmt and
Comi'a.w D. 4f tin- Htmnliilii Eiile.s
lia-4 changed it-4 tl 1 ill night hum l'ii
4l.iy to 'I ue.-dny.
Mil. Iloni'i cidlm-ci which wcio
pailly de.slioycil hy the lin Ihe oilier
evening siii being ic-btiilt.
A MixiAiriii: Eill'el tower, made of
shells uiul pieces of coral, hy Mr.
ICu-tcn, baker for II111! A Co., i- n
exhibition at tlio Elite l'ntlois.
Mil. .Tolm Slater will j; t v his sec
cond public exhibition of niiml-icad-intc
nl t In Opera IIomim', this evening.
1'iiees Imvo been lodtietd to lifty and
At about 11 oVlock lnM nijilit two
large iiiyslerioii!' white light wi-ie
M'en near Diamond Head. Chailio,
the lookout, eoiilil u'ivc no explana
tion concerning Ilium.
Tin: Itoaid of Itcpietuiitalivi's of
the Honolulu I'iic Depaitmeut will
"hold a meeting this evening, lo ai
lunge for the heni'lit for the ilopail
nii'iil hy tl Dijou Company.
Tiik U. S. H. Nipie was isilctl by
many jii'ople fioni shoie ye.iii'iilny
afli'iuooii, 111 li'spouse to invitations.
The Captain ami Olliceis I'liti'ilaiued
goiu'iou-ly ami joially, to the enjoy
ment of all vit.iloi.-i.
Tin: eontiihulor who fui'iiihlu-- the
following -hoiild Iomi 110 time in sliuf
lling oh Ihi- 1110rl.1l coil: "Am Ueforiu
Ivaulukou lias gone ilown lo the bot
tom of the 1 Sea Hay, the other fel
low will Iiilu' lo J A Member."
Mil. .las. JA Moigan will hold two
auction .-alo lo-nioi row; the lir.st, a
4'ieilil M1I14 of Miried iiieiehandie,
eommi'iiee) at 10 a. in., the mjcoikI
of uueluiuied pai-kagi1-., h'egii at l!i
noon, lloth at i-ali'Moom, l.nieen
lui, me .-iouiii aeii ihianuer wno
inuiileri'd Cbarh's llirnin, was ea
tured la.st evi'tiing, near the iinnii
gnitiou ilepot, by a native named
Kaiuai. The e.iptuied man was taken
lo the Station Hoiir-e, anil locked up
to await dial.
A ii!.v, "I''nr Huh1 Cheap." was
hung up on a gentleman's eaiiiage
m Merelianl .-lieut this morning, and
on 111c noif-es neail Wi's a jiapcr
maikid $10. When I lie owner of
the team ili-covercil the joke the
s-tieel was thronged with people
ready for a laugh, but (hey got left.
Tin: ilrama of "My I'.utner," to ho
givenit the Opera IIoiicu (o-nionow
evening by the JJijou Comedy Com
pany, pieeents more than oiilinary
attractions. The scenes are laid on
tlie mining vamps timing Mil, ami
the pici'o ia pronounceil to be the
linei't of Ilailley Cainphi'll's proilue
tioiis. Tin: -econtl meeting of the old
pupils of the Hoyal Selitad will he
held at the aehoolhtuis-e to-morrow
al'lei noon, at one o'clock. A huge
attendance is leiniesttd, as very im
portant matters ill come hefme the
mi'eting. Tlio eoinmillees will ropoir
what pmgiefs they have made eon
eeruiug their ic.-pectiw task-:.
Tin: work being done near the 0.
U. It. fc 1 Co.'s depot, King .-licet,
gives the jdace a booming air. A
new locomotive house is being built,
the upper parts of ears are being
constructed, the wharf near the cattle
pen is in rapid progiess anil the fill
ing in of the fish ponds is being still
cauietl on. The place in a shoit time
will have a genuine city tone.
us .way : 1111, inn uiitntiay mini-vcr.-aiy
of IJtieen Victoria, (hero will
be boat laces here in the morning,
between two eiews of the Myrtles,
and po.ssiblo another race between
crews of the llealani club. In the
afternoon there will he a baseball
match between the Kaineluimehas
anil Stais, anil in the evening the
Champion minstrel company will
give a show at the Opeia House.
Tin: largo two-stoiy brick bouse,
which has been going up in hack of
Campbell's block, foi the past several
weeks, for Messrs. Schmidt, it Hons.,
is nppioaching completion. Tlio fiont
part of the block, formerly ocenpteil
by the Temple of Fashion, and the
ceveral looms on the upper lloor ad
joining the U. S. Consulate, have in
both case-, been made into one laige
lolnn and connected with the new
building by large aiehways.
7,0111s lvoeb, a Fiench cook, who
came heie with Air. il'Auglatle,
French Commissioner, has been ar
ii'sted on a charge prefeiictl by that
gentleman. It seems that ICoeh has
been hotbciing the r'lonch Cnnfinis
hiouer for some money which he
(ICoeh), claims the Commissioner
owes him, ami the a nest was maile
to com poll lvoek to keep the pence
Air. Aiilone 1'omi has askid for a
trial, and will defend tlio cook.
Tin: opium case of Ned linholl
and 1. O'Sullivan camo up in the
I'olicu Court this morning.' The ile
feudaiits pleaded not guilty. It wmh
orilurcd by the Com I that ilofeiiilautH
ho tried together as lcgnnls case for
the pioncciitiou, but if they put in
defense, they may do it separately.
The trial was icsumcd at 1 ::u o'clock
this afternoon, after a icccsh of one
hour ami a half. C L, Carter for
O'Bullivnn, V. V. Ashfoid lor linholl.
DALIiV Bf.rLIililTIN: HONOLULU, II.
A FAMOUS HERD OF JERSEYS. !
.111l Hiiiim . lln It ore IMmIIouuIMiimI
.11 ('lUll. 'I'M
The recent purchase of Huron von
lJIclilliofcn's famous lieid of 100
Mersey cattle by Messrs. Aver ami
Alchiimey of llm Mendale slock
larm, Meredith, Delaware county,
N. Y., has been noted with much
Interest by other breeders of dairy
animals. This purchase, say the
proprietors in a circular, although
probably the largest ever iiiatle, is
bill another .tcp"ln Hie plan we have
been following. We have made a
eaiclul study of the breeding bUM
ness for dairy purpo-es, and hum
ago satMicd otirsclics thai the best
line was the St. Lambcit-Stoke l'o
gis family. We abo salislled out
selves that llieie was more prolll in,
the churn from flrsl'dass animals'
than from those miscellaneously or
At Meridulc farm, we already had
a line herd of Jersey cattle, llaiou
von Iliclithofcn was' breeding in e
aclly the same line, and the l'ouiona
herd contained a larger number of
absolutely pure St. Laniberl-Stokc
I'ogis animals Hum any other herd
in the country. When, therefore,
we were given the opportunity to
purchase, we at once availed our
selves of it, and now have not only
the largest, but the llnest hnrl of
pure St. Lambert-Stoke I'ogis Jer
seys in the couutiy, having in the
held IS cows who have tested at the
rale of 1 1 or more pounds of butter
r seven das, the largest lest of
any one cow, being :il pounds and
some ounces. We are breeding as
a business, and arc making butter
which sells leadily at a good price.
Our test of the value of a cow is the
number of pounds of butter she
makes on ordinary feed. We be
lieve in the Jersey as the butter
eow, and think where butter is the
dehircd object, she is the most pro
fitable animal for either bleeder or
farmer. It is a mystery to us that
more dairy farmers do not take the
same pains to breed up their herds
that they tlo to improve the value ol
their fauns, and it has always seem
ed strange that more farmers do not
realize that the hull is one-half the
herd, and that by getting a lirst
clas hull, even at a seemingly large
cost, they could in a few years breed
up their lieids to a point where the
income from them would be al least
double, with only the additional cost
of the bull.
The three leading bulls in our
herd are: Ida of St. Lambert's
bull, 111, Hill, by Stoke I'ogis oth,
iVJ.S7, who already has eight daugh
ters thai have tested over M pounds
ot butler in seven days (live ol these
daughters are in our herd), out of
Ida of St. Lambert, 21, Dill), who has
hail au olllcial test of .'SO pounds,
21 ounces 111 seven days, and has
the highest milk record for a day
(117 pounds), week (-155 pounds),
or month (1.S88 pounds), of any
Jersey cow. Alatilda Ith's son, 20,
211, by Ida's Uiotcrof St. Lambert,
i:i,lifij (a sou of Ida of St. Lambert,
21,1)1)0) out of Alatilda 1th, 12,810,
who tested 20 pounds 4 ounces of
butler in seven days, and is estimat
ed to have made al leasl 927 lbs.. M
ounces in one year. Iila of St. L.'s
last son, 2.5,001, a full brother to
Ida of St. Lambert's bull, 10, Kill,
mentioned above. These three bulls
cost nearly $10, 000, and the constant
demand tor bull calves sired by
them, indicates Unit the buying pub
lic appreciate their great value.
The. dairy question of the day is
how to secure the most bulter at the
least cost, and our experience proves
to us that the Jersey is the answer
to the problem. We breed for large
size, vigorous constitution, perfec
tion of form, richness of quality,
large milk production, and above
all, good butter and plenty of it.
A MUSICAL AND DANCING SOIREE.
A musical and dancing soiree was
given by the guests of Waikiki Villa
and the Hamilton House, al the
former place, last evening. The party
was very enjoyable. TJhe guests as
they arrived at the Villa were made
to feel perfectly at home, and the
pleasure the dancing afforded, the
excellence of the musical pro
gramme, the promenading about the
spacious grounds, tlio refreshments
wlueh were served, and the socia
bility of the affair, made the even
ing one of continual enjoyment.
Among those present weie: Fiof.
and Airs. Sauvlet, Air. and Airs. W.
W. Dimond, Air. and Airs. Lewis,
Aliss AI. Lewis, Airs. A. 1. I'etcr
son, Airs. Schmidt, Capt. Kllis, Aliss
Kllis, Air. ami Airs, llamiftou John
son, lion, ami Airs. Autone Uosa, the
Aliases Ladd (2), Airs. Fletcher,
Air. and Airs. Davis, of Sioux City,
Aliss Carson, Air. and Airs.
Alatschke, Air. W. A. Whiting, Aliss
Whiting, Air. van Aliddeldyk, Aliss
vau Aliddeldyk, Aliss Oliver, Air.
Alonleagle, Air. mid Airs. Wich
iiiann, Aliss Nolte, the .Misses Ale
dau, Aliss Shaw, Aliss Klliott, Airs,
l.enncr, Aliss l'annenton.Alr. Wars
wick, Dr. Furry, Air. I'eyser, Air.
Woltner, Alessrs. S. I. Shaw, Jacob
Lyons, Ned Lewis, A. Ciartenberg,
'.'. K, Aleyers, W. Uichardson, II.
J. Nolle, Thos. K. Wall, F. F. Ni
chols, A. Horner and Coo. Notion.
A special car called at 11 :lo o'clock
ami took the guests home.
l'ni.NCT.ss Lilitiokalani gave a nitisi
calo at Wasliinglon l'laee, last night.
The premises wcro decorated ami
illuminated for the occasion. A largo
company of invited guealu enjoyed
mtittMi ...nl .ii...ni.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS i
Till-: LA1K1KST and MOST
Li .uling Millinery
,iJ7" N'-i 2 I'litti-iu. abki . I'a-hinii'iMe Dio-m.ii.i'ig npsidrs mu
SWkO (". 1M
B-n n m
COIIISEK IIOTIWj & FOKT STKHI3TS.
MW ); : XJ'W (- ! j-tkw -m").-j !
IJV LAST"A!AKII'OS" I KF.CF.IVKD I. VIMiK STOCK o"
Bey Fancy Goods !
Which ate now opened mil f. n- iiioprctjiin.
Choice Selection of French Sateenes !
F.ifct Colin.-, about 1.10 Piece- at 2-1 cents a yard ;
SCOTCH y.F.IMIYl'S, the La let Novelties:
A ,Yw Line of IJOYAL HATISTK;
I'LKSIAX NULLS, in the L.ite.M De-ign-;
JL.iU4.Ml JL..'1-VVllM ! I.IllOU IjU-VVII-! 1
I wi-h to call the attention that I have this -easou impotled the I'inest and
liest Selected Slock of
Of Kwiy Dc-criplioii. 1 0 pe- to m lis t lioln. I h.ile hoiighl
1,51)0 Pieces if BiMiriDii ii Boil from Hie Easi
An Immense A-M.iiini-nl.
t? L.uliet-in Wiinl of Kmhiiiideiics t.in sue :MI prr ci-nl on eveiy
Feb 1-flO (iiht H1 & Fori 8lnHs.
THE FACTS ABOUT H. M. STAN
LEY'S HEW BOOK.
There have been many statement-.
made, in the advertising columns of
the newspapers, regaiding the forth- '
coming Stanley book, which, if not ''
actual falsehoods, are fully as iui-- ,
leading as though they were. j
"C'.enuine New Slanlev Hook,"
"Stanley's Own Hook," ''Compiled '
from Stanley's Own Wiitings," ,
"The only true and authentic ac
count," "Only reliable," etc., etc.,
are a few of the terms used in a
manner calculated to deceive the
public by certain Houses, whose j
standing in the commercial world 1
ought to place tliein above suspicion j
ol ever attempting anything so tlis-
reputable. ' .
Cenuiuc in what? In Unit they j
are made up cluelly from old books
ot travel, including extracts from j
Stanley's former works, with brief
mention ot a few incidents connect- 1
cd with his last ami mo-t important ,
expedition for the rescue of F.min
l'asha, culled from newspaper re- '
ports, and diawn out by the vivid
imagination of timiuthoricd com
pilers. False in that they are issued
without the knowledge and consent
of the great Explorer. I'lircliable
because they ate issued lAfoic Stan
ley has written his own book, mi.
leading by reason that they are not
as represented, and do not contain
any part of the matter which will
appear in the book issued from the
pen of II. AI. Stanley himself.
aow the facts are these: In De
cember, 1S80, Stanley emerged from
the African wilds. In January,
18110, the newspapers announced
that Stanley had arranged with
Alessrs. Sampson Low -X. Co., of
Loudon, for the publication of his
book in the English language.
About Feb. !lth, lS'.IO, Alessrs. Low
it Co. arranged with Chas. Scrib
ner's Sons of New York, for the
American edition, and on March
IDlli, ISilO, Alessrs. Scribiier award
ed the l'acilic Coast agency lo A. L.
Haneroft V Co., of UV2 I'u'-it street,
The title of the book is "In Dark
est Africa, or The Quest, Rescue and
Retreat ot Lniin" and will consist
of two octavo volumes, of about j'iOO
pages each, with Hi maps anil LS.'
illustrations from hketchi'.s and
photographs furnished by Stanley.
A NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.
A San Francisco paper says: It
has been definitely ascertained that
Fred Upton, the "rice king" of
Japan, intends to run a line of
steamships between Yokohama and
Portland. A leltcr received from
I'plon a few days ago, in which it
was slated that the first steamer of
the new lino would leave for Port
land about the middle of Alay, ar
riving al her destination about June
1st. The lirft steamer will iiqI be
one of the regular Heel, but will be
used untM the others are ready for
sea. Two ot tho tegular steamers,
the Kashgar and Zambesi, are now
on the dry dock at Kobe, receiving
a general overhauling. They were
previously engaged in tho Chinese
coasting trade, ami have tonnages
about equal to that of the Alariposa.
It is presumed that the principal
levenuo which the new steamers
will deiive wilt he from Ihu .immense
(ihipnients of Hour which Ihu Port
land mills aie sending to Japan
Irom time to lime. From H,000 to
10,000 bands are shipped on an
average by every steamer.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X lid colutiuiu, puicly loutd inallL'i
Mailed to torelgn coiuilricx. $5 pur
1., MAY 1(3, KS'.iO.
COMl'LFTi: STOCK' OK
lliusi, Cornu Fmt A Until -Is.
AN HILO OPINION.
At the present ouv Government
affairs seem lo be in a bad way.
The disagreement between the
Cabinet Alinislcrs, is deploiable.
At this present crisis when concord
is most needed, we find our Cabinet
divitlcd, and that loo, when the near
approach of the session of the
Legislature call, for unanimity in
the measure-, to be proposed. If it
is not so what can we expect from a
I.egislaluie, composed as ours is ol
two opposing partie-. about equally
matched. The one trying to keep
up the present form of good Govern
ment anil the other workinir to
break it down and lo have restored
to the old style. If our Alinisteis
disagree what can we exiled, hut
that at least 11 partial ovei throw, of
.the era of progress and reform ami
that as far as it is possible, the one
man power be restored with all the
evils attending such a state of Gov
ernment. That we are Hearing another
crisis in our affairs, is appaienl to
any one who studied the situation.
That another 1 evolution or icbel
iion i imiiieiit, we fear. Rumors
abound in our capital city, all tend
ing to Uliseltle hu-.inc.ss. We of
Hawaii uei, should not be subject to
such unrest in our politics. It is
subversive of all progres. and we sin
cerely hope, that the leaders of Ihe
opposition may not let their personal
feelings carry theinsejvcs so far as
to unsettle iin
It is apparent to all that a new
Cabinet must be formed, as il is not
wise to go on with a divided .Minis
tn , trying Jo quiet our alfairs.
We want progressive men in it
and should have them. Alen who
are known to be true Ilawaiiaus and
whose desire is to ee us advance.
The men chosen for that position,
should be men whose every interest
is on these Islands. Those born
here and who are expecting to make
this their home, are the proper per
sons to fill those cilices. And we
do not lack such men, and men, too,
weil fitted for the position. We do
not believe, that a better man than
Thurston can be found to (ill the
position he now occupies. Others
may be found, but they would lack
the two'yeurs' experience that he has
had. We would not Iintl fault with
our present Cabinet eru it not that
they are not a unit in the councils.
For the best good of any country ils
leadeis should be able to unite to
gether in harmony.
DK.UT drawn hy (Jay .V Itolihi.-on
011.I.T. Watcrhousi! for -0;tl..is
in favor ol Akaiuura and cndor-i:d b
Akainur.i and Ahko. Not. ccitalu ahmit
the number of cent-. Payment Is
stopped. " ,..(! iw
AH'KCIAL meeting of the -toek-hnldci-
of Ihe Klelc I'uhlMihig
Co. will he held al the olllce of the
Couipanv (lip-tain.), SA'IKKDAY
KVEN'INO. .Miiv 17th, at 7:110 o'clock.
A full attendance 1- leque.-led.
:..V. ul I'KKHKIlLlt.
, It. David Dm ton will act for im
ill. under a full power nl attorney,
ihiiiug mi uh-etiei.' Irom ihe Klumloiu.
JAM ITS DODD.
t,fH. L. C. Able, hold- -pedal power
1YJL of attorney from James Dndd to
attend to any biis'liii!Siiiiitt4'r,s connected
with the Ciltorlnu -alonu.
llv David Davton. Atioiney-bi-Fai't.
'Honolulu, May U, I .-Ml. .V.I! Iw
S'-OW IS TIIF 'JlAJIii !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Itumt-. and upon easy terms. Tin aiMitionnl fea
ture of insurance goes with every Iiond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offeicd by tbh
irigiual and piogie-aiie (.'ompain :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR I.IFF..
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES. j
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From tin A'-'' )' Sim, Ajwil 'h, IflflO.)
Tito liUrKt'Ht ItHsiiiCRH Kv'T Trsitisiii!ti!l by si Aii Assur-
The new busiiu-s of the F.tpiitable Life As-urance Society of New
Yoik for the Dr-t I'liautur of the present year is reported to exceed Fifty
.Million Dui.lai:-. This is at the rale of two hundred millions of umuv
mirt'for the if'r, and U iinprccciknled in the annals of lite assurance.
fifty information eliecrfiilb furni.-died lo any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce,
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Ceueral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Soeietv
of the IT. S. jAii-1-flb
HOLLI8TER & CO
DEBUGS & CHEMICALS !
Toilet Artich-. Fine l'eifuini-s A- Snap., I'at. nt Medicine-,
lloilii'nj. illn' Itiuiedl.'S.
Of Every De-i-ription.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO I
.iANiFACTtiii:i:s or Tin: ccLF.nitATi:n
Hollistsr's Ginger Mb & Soda Waters
t'SINO F.XC LI's-lYEIA THE
HYATT PL3SE WATER SYSTEM
KOI! ALL AERATED HEVEIi U;F.S.
KU VtilVV STEtr,r,T. :::::; HOXOMTMJ.
WM. C-i. jr'Jr-jSOXIXCJ'S.'JS
P.iiuoih Or.ind Wtiv e0"l 1 11 Amil
With Broiler & Hot Water Attachments !
tMH PMi .-v-fc: - i"T 'jii pi j, j f 1 lujmji 1 i-njiiliMLrfil
Consaniin!; One-third Less Fuel, either vooil or coal, than any other Stove
in existence I
"U-V" No Brisk Work About It ! Just a Clean Cut Stovo ! "&S
Whose Baking Qualities arc Unsurpassed !
. il"5,5V;f.,silI"s Grfst i si.
Thiis finite i.- of a tiinugiiliir fniiu having tluee -uriacca which an: ie
veisihle, -o that a -ei.nat' top surface can be iifcd on all4'rnale dnv;in if
the one -uiface 111 coui.-e of u-e show.- any wear tbiui the other can hi turnul
up, and mi on lln otlii r, tu.ikiiij- iieiuiul in durability t" three di.-tincl (initio.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
nnR If Fort street, oi'po. Si. let kids' liank. Monolulti. II. I.
E. It. IIun'diiv, President .V Maiciger. John E.vi, Viei-1'rcsident.
(Joni'liKV Hiiown, Sccieian it Tiea-urer. I'Ki'ii. Jtitowv, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppts. rSpceclii'lM' Itiuiit, : I-'uri Sfcoef, !!inoliiIu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuiuo Havilautl Chiun, plain and decorated; and WetlgtwocU
l'iann, Libraiy A Siand Lamji-, Ch.uuleliers & Electolicr-),
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A eoiupk't4 as-ortm't uf Diills A- Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DDSGRIPWON !
Tim "(J.izelle" :1-wIi.m led Riding l'h.w .t E(ptali.4r,
Illlit'be.uil Rice Plow, l'lanters' Steel .t tioo-onc.ektd Had-,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
l'.iint-, Vaniishe.- A- Hruthi'-, Manila A Sisal Unpe,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
InloKo, Hose, X-iLoNo. -
RlJUIJEIt, WIRE-J50UND of sup' rior .iti.ility, A STJiAM,
Agate Iron W.iie.' Silver 1'lated Ware, Table A. Pocket Cutlery,
I'owdor, Shot A Cups, The Celebrated "Club" Machiiu'-lo.itletl (,'aitridj'es,
Hail's l'.itout "Duplux" Die Stock fur 1'ipo A Holt Threading,
lltirtiiian's Stiel Win- Fonci- A Steel Wiro Mata,
Wm. (.!. Fisher's Wrought Stenl Ranges
Oitlit Oitv Stone l'illcrs,
"New I'ioco-V' Twift DrilU,
nov-'J'.t-S'J Neal's Carnage I'aiulH.
.v.WCfJ4 - "4
vjw'sASi tH&- ' iHirl "1N4t'
iiljfcn-,i,l"rr W -t-' isvUjii.-i..- i i .
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