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HATl'RDAY, .MAY 17, 1HU0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMl'AhTS
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu UiOU Ilaio
Arrle Mamma ! :48 a: -is
Leave Mamma t . . .' 1 1 :Uu I :C'l
Arrive llouululu 11: IS .'IS,j
bi'NiJAV inAlN-x. n
A. .11. 1'. M. I'. M.fl
Leave Honolulu... l ::'.() u:"(i Hmw
AriiwiMatiauit... .10:18 i:ri :t:ls
Leave Mauaui 11 :i)i 1 : 1.1 I -M
Awle Honolulu. ..11 :-IS L'::il l:.:i
YV.ilale.ilc from Kllaueannd liana-
Stun Mlkahaln fiom Kuiiul
Mfmr Mokolll lioiu Molokui
tern Tlepoiter, Drcycr, fur San
FraiieIco lit 11 n ui
Schr l.ukii for KohnUi
"""" VESSELS LEAV.ND MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolll for Molokui at " p in
Nluir .1 A Cuiuinllis for ftoolail :it '.) :i m
Am 4-maMcd i-chr Robert Lcwei. Pen
hallow, for Sun Franelco
UrbkTillle Raker. Caity, for llmn.:
Pom Muui uml Hawaii periuii V U
Hull, Mnj lij Ee .! Kailliauo, Hon V
Y Horner, lion O K Apikl ami wife,
lion .1 II Walptiilani nud wife, C ol U V
Maefailane, II X GiccnwelbMIs s-liaw,
Ml-s Kuhaiilclto Cc'ocipcr, 11 Knlhc
I'Ull and wife. (' A Ijjiacock. Ciipt T
TavJor. 1' Lee and wife. S l'arou and li:'.
From Kauai per stmr Mikalial.t, May
17 lions V Kimd-eii, V II Itleo and II
P Haldwhi.J .Mi P. M Nowlein, Mi
ICnlu, MI'-k I. Kinney. V. hopke and
wile, lion I 1 Kano'a and wile. Ml"
Jtiuhalds. .1 11 8 Kalwl and wife, i Cht
neee, and (!'.) deck.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PDF1I.
IJ a $ Xlpale, ak'Curley, from Sinuoa
aim 4-niabted hdir HolieH Lewisr.-. 1) V
1 I'uuhallow, fiuin Poit Towns-
Am bk Tillle Baker, Carter, from
Am tuin ltupurtcr. Dieyer, fiom Kureka
Am bkt C U Funk, A C fJlanT, irom
Am bkt Klikltat, K DCuttler, from Port
Am bk Colusa, Backus, from Sfowe.ietlp,
X s v
Am l-mn.tcd sclir E K Wood, N C I.tir-
en, fsoin Xeweustle, X S W
Am teru Eva, JO Wikinau, from Pu
Am tern Yesta, Prictlerber?, from Pot I
Am mlp iineket Mornlnj; Mur, ( V
Gailaud, from South Sea Idaii(W
llr bk Omega. A V Brown, from Hong
kong Am 4-nii-td sobr Golden Shore. Homier.
Mm, from XtsweaMle. N S W
Thobatkuntlnc Klikltat 1ms llnUhed
unloading her cargo of lumber. The
iteanier 1 ikelike will tow her to Kaliu
lut uext Tuesday to load sugar for San
Thu Eva and 0 f! Funk bean taking
In sugni this morning.
The sleiuncr Mikuhala brought 152
hecp from Kaiml thUiuorniug.
The steamer .Mlkahala wlll.tukp the
fteamer V U Hull's lonto nest Tuesday
morning. The WG Hall will bo laid
up 1'or a week to undoigo general over
hauling. The stf.nner Kalmllon, will make a
trip to Kauai ometliue next week.
The four-masted schooner Hobeit
I.ewers, Captain De I! V Pnnhallow,
will leave on Monday for San Kranelico
with about 1 100 tons'of ugar.
Thu steamer.' Walaleale and .MSkuliala
brought from Kautil thlx moriiliig JtlUil
and :s'J17 bags sugar respectively.
The steamer V G Hall brought yes
terday from windward ports lo5(i bagi
-ngar, it!) bag-, coffee, :I5 bags awa, 71
imekages xundrlo, and 20 head cattle
The tern Ueporter sailed this morn
ing with a full cargo of sugar for San
Tho British b-irk Tlllie Baker. Capt
Carlv, will leave, for Hongkong next
Monday with about 40 CIiIucm) passeu-
ULANCHAUn-In thiV city, May Ifith,
of meafl('3, Mitchell, ayed :. year,
youngest son of Herbert and Mary
in m i i iimiir,
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Sunday after Ascension Day. Ca
thedral services :
Holy Communion G:P0 a. in.
Litany 0:30 a. m.
. Morning prayer, 0 a. m. Sermon
hyTU. Kov. Hie Uishop ot Hono
lulu. Hawaiian KvensotiR, 3:!J0 p. m.
Sormon by Ilev. Y. H. Htirries.
Kvoning prayer li p. in. Sermon
hy Ilev. II. II. Gowen.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
A tipecial nieeting of the. Hoard
of Representatives ot tho Honolulu
Fire Department was held last eve
ning, for the purpose of considering
an offer made by the Bijou Comedy
Company to give a performance lor
the benefit of the Relief Fund. The
mutter was talked over, and the do
uision ultimately made, that the of
fer be declined with the cordial
thankh of tho department. The
meeting decided that a ball should
he held for tlnf benefit of tho Relief
Fund, and a committee to nettle
tinou tliu most suitable time ap
pointed, consisting of Mossts. J. H.
Hoyd, IL Ordenstein, K. R. Ryan,
llohert Moore, and Henry Kaia. A
vote of thauks to tho olllcers and
men of the Champion was unani
mously passed lor their offer of as
sistance at the Uro on Hotel street,
on the morning of the lllh instant.
T"-?. ' fo'tfwfH"1 wwwtyy wwffcy """
LUGAL & QSKERAl HEW3.
hlcuiiKM- AUiimii h fur
A r 7 :!10 o'clock to-iuortnw ccuing
theio will lie n union service nl Knit
.Mv P.im:it will be played In iln
RijoiLConiedytJonipuny at the (), fin
House this cvonin;:.
- .-. -
IImiii tho play and llio plai'i", do
ci vo a full Iioum- ut. tliu Hawaiian
Oj or.i llnuec to ninlit.
.Ml!. Slater Kiiiil hut nielli that iio
litt'dii'ttd tin litili', plai'u and uiuii-
'I'm; luiM'liall game at .Mnl.il.i thiy
al'tcnuii.n, ('oiniiii'iHMiig at ll-.'.W
nVWl;, wilt ho liotwcuu tin1 llono
1 ill it i- k, KainoliaiiH'lias.
Tin: lirancli lino of the O.ilm liail
way to All In'n lice mill at l'al.uiia
liad a lucomotivi! and coiistnu'tion
I'.tr.i on it inauka of King xtii'i t ihi
Tiikhi-: wan a pluiuitd it lo-arMil nf
tho Opora .Mikado, hy tlm (.'oinpaiiy,
at tlu- ic.-.iili;iiu: of I'mf. Haiivlot l-i-i
niiilit, piDparntniy tu tin1 ln'iiclil lor
.Mi:miii:k.- of the .Mikado Compiiny,
pleaso tab1 noiieo thai tlici will lie
a lehcaiMil at the Opeia llmi.e on
Vediieyilay oenm llie 'J.Slh int.,
at 7 :i;0 o'cloek.
As tittal, I Iio baud conceit nl the
Hawaiian Hotel liif-l night, n.. ,i.-.-ccllent,
and the yionnds ami balco
nies nf the hotel pie-i'iited n M.-ene
of joy and iihii iiucnt.
Tin: Y. 1. ('. A. gtnp"l --civice will
be hold in I he hull at : n'cli.ck to
iiioiHiw iifli-itiiion, condui-leil by .Mi.
Siiyi'ord. i:civhmly cnnlially invi
ted. No ('..iO loi'i-tiin;.
Till: exclil.-ive ri'jbl to pi. ice .ulU'r
tiping uialter on the walls of the
depot nud Millions ot the O.ilm Hail
way uml Land Company Imi been
gi anted to .Mr. .1. L. Toibcrt.
Tin: Kokumiu slatew dial, at tho
ienii;M of II. I'., the Hawaiian Mini
ster, the K.iuiiguwii IvCticbo li-ir. or
dered the collection of l.OI'il) more
emigrantM fiom Kunmnioto, I'ukim
l.a, Yaniagttchi and Hiroshimo-l;en.".
At 10 o'clock a. in. on Monday, Mr.
Morgan will m'11 at auction, on the
prctniseri, ("Jampbell'H block, 'Hotel
street, Oceanic Club efl'ect.t; and at
12 o'clock noon, on tho .-aine day, nt
the Fish Market whim' the steamer
Till: servicer of -tho Second Cnii
gtegation ol St. AndrewVC,ithedriil
to-ruoriow, will be at 11:1.1 a. in. and
7 :o) . ni.; Kov. Alex. Muckinlo.-b,
pjHlor, At the morning seivicc
.iHckeonV To Deuiu in V and the an
theni "Blessed are they and pi ay for
the peace," will be sung.'
Tiikhi: will be a final perfoini.uico
of tho Mikado on Friday night, the
23rd inst,, which will be given by the
company as a special benefit lor Prof.
Hamlet.' This will bo positively tho
last performance. The box plan will
be open at L. J. Lpvov'k Wodtmrnl'iy
morning, the Mill intt., at 0 a. in.
Tin: Onliu Haihvay Company noti
fies ila nation as follows: Jloislor
ous, profano or vulgar languago or
beliavior ttrictly prohibited on or
about traint) of the Oahu Ilailway
and Lund Company. Conductois
arc fully uufhoii.ed and eui)Owered
to Mop tlioir traiiiri at any point
along the lino and remove any jieiv-on
ui 1'i'iioiiH iidaling IhiH nr any
other title of decency and propriety.
II. F. Dillingham, General Managoi.
Sjipcial services at the Y. M. C.
A. Hull, at7:3l).
"My rartner' ' at the Opera House,
Special meeting of stockholder
of Klcle I'liblisUiiig Co.. at 7 :!!'.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this afternoon at Hmma Square
commencing at -1:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Overture Italian In Alsjicr Rossini
Cialop Street Cats Artidt
Clailonet Solo Conceit Alr..Sehrelner
Co'inct Solo Sereuailo Htrfotd
Selection Pirate of 1 eu.anee.. Sullivan
Polka Full Sliced Uohiii
MR. JOHN SLATER.
Mr. John Slater's seance in the
Opera House, last night, was appar
ently much moru satisfactory to the
audience which was not largo
than the first, lie opened with a
brief address. As far as could be
Judged, the characteristics and his
tory of individuals were pretty ac
curately revealed. Applause was
frequent, although tho gentleman,
early in tho evening, had expressed
a wish that it would bo restrained.
Mr. Slater announced that he would
give one inoro public exhibition, on
Monday night, for the benefit of the
unfortunate on Molokai.
THE HEW BIRTH.
Nearly every chair in the Y. .M.
C. A, hall was occupied last even
ing before 7:110 o'clock, by those
who were anxious to hear the Hus
ton evangelist on tiio subject ol
Regeneration. The sermon was able
and to the point, and many present
were visibly affected by tho earnest
presentation of this important Gos
pel truth, and in many respects tho
hci mon was one of thu most inter
esting and successful which bus yet
been delivered. Tho meeting will
bo held thU evening as usual in the
DAtl.V lilflJ.ISTIN: HONOLULU, 11. I.,
'fill1 Ciiliiiilltlri Melri'l 'Jt'liii!
llie Sc Tow li. ami I,
I 'ie A I e n lie
It will be lemeuibercd that on
May (till we published tin at tide
slating that Mr. IS. F. Dillingham,
acting for the Oaliu Ilailway ami
Land Co., olfercd tin liuiionuiuiii ol
a MX-moulhs' pa-. on the t.iilroad to
Ktva and i I'turti In any gentletnaii
who piopOHd the bc-t name lor the
town recently laid out til Kwa, ami
ti similar honoitiriiim to any lady
who proposed the best name for the
Awnuc. The awntil was to hi? made
by the following committee: Rev.
V. H. Oloson, l'tof. M. M. Scott,
Mr. T. R. Walker, .Mrs. W. C. Mer
tilt and Mrs. H. F. Dillingham.
The committee received a large
number of pinponU and yesterday
afternoon decided on "Pearl City"
to the name for the new city, and
"Lchtia Avenue" for the avenue.
The report ol the ciiunilt lee i here
Mu. It. F. Dn.i.iMiit.ui, Honolulu.
Dear sir: The award committee
to select names for Hip new town tit
Kwa and its principal avenue, have
agteed tiutiuimnuslv th.it llie to. mi
shall be called "Pearl City," and
that the avenue shall be called "Lc
htia Avenue.'' The fanner mime
wtis submitted by Mr. .1. M. Me
Chestiey, Kdw. P. oleson, and Fred.
Peterson. The name of the avenue
was submitted by Mrs. 11. A. Cole
man and Miss Charlotte Kiiekson.
The committee were disappointed in
not leceiving more native name-, to
select fiom. Respiclfully iitbmit
ted, CouMiru i: or Awakh.
Following is a list of the names
sent in tor the new city. The name
Dillingham was sent in by fourteen
diflcrnt persons: Dillingham, Dil
linghamplon, Dillinghamsville, Dilli
natmit St. Dillingham Peail, Diiling.
mania, Pearl, Pearlville, Pearllown,
PeailTown, St. Pearl Town, Ma
mma, Ilolomua, Margarita, Piomis
town, Momilac, Paradise, Kwa, I'Avti
Hon, Maville, May's Town, Xoe
lehua, Pitamaeolc, Fraticouia, Hoo
kanaka. Ashley ville, Kaloko, Law
rcucetown. Kingstown, Renville,
Ileiiwark, Kamehameha, Ivatnehame
ha Town, Lanakila, riunialiichie,
Yaiuoliia, Elani, Dackard, Mikiala,
Ululani, Aina Aluliu Town, Kiuma
ville, llolukahana Town, Oaliu, Ke-
auliolomua, hdisou, Lautwai, Hope
Following is a list of the names
suggested for the avenue: Robin
ion, Margarita, Kwaline, American,
Franklin, tjueen street, Lehua, Kn
terptise, Lanakila, (. R. & L. Co.,
Regia, 1'earl, Lowclla, Kmma street,
Aloha, I'rogress, Aiion, NYailua,
Reform, Onward, Coral, Onaoua,
Roal, Halealoha, Dillingham, Vic
The committee also received tile
following communications :
LoKoniLi.r. The name is com
pounded of Loko, a lake, and Dii.i.y,
such an euphonious abbreviation of
Dillingham's name as natives can
pronounce. Here we see a grace
ful combination of Hawaiian and
English of the place and the man
of a suitable length and an agree
able cadence. It has a pleasant re
semblence to Piccadilly in "Merrie
England." 'and at tho same lime is
essentially Hawaiian. It is, in fact,
an epitome of our history, being
Hawaiian flrstanu Ilaole aflcrwanls,
with the burden of the emphasis on
the haole half. Sinuad.
(ii:.nti.emi:n: I icpectfully sug
gest the name of "Daekaid" as the
name of the new town at Kwa. The
name is composed of the initial let
ters of the surnames of the first
olllccrs of the O. 11. & L. Co., viz. :
D euison. Adveiti-cr.
H A WA IB AB ALLLE AC U E .
A meeting of tho above was held
yesterday noon in the Chamber of
Commerce room, the President,
Hon. AY. F. Allen, in the chair.
Routine business having been tran
sacted Meck's pledge was placed on
file after being approved. Hon. A.
Rosa was admitted as delegate from
Hawaii Club vice II. Kaia, resigned.
On the game protested by the Stars
II. M. Whitney, jr., repotted re
commending that the protest be al
lowed and that th" game be declar
ed a draw. M. Keohokalolo,
another member of the committee,
agreed with him. Mr. Oleson mov
ed that tho report be rejected and
rend a statement from the Kameha
meha Club supporting the motion.
Mr. Rosa considered the league
competent to decide the matter, and
on motion of M. Kcohokalole sec
onded by AY. C. Wilder, jr., it was
decided that tho report bo placed on
the table till Mr. A. G. Spalding
could be communicated with ami
leply as to the right of appeal from
the umpire's decision to some oilier
authority. On motion of I lay W ode
1 house, seconded by M. Kcohokalole
it was decided to write to Mr.
Spalding and ask if, under the Na
tional playing rules, a club has any
appeal from tfie decision of an um
pire after lie lias refused to reverse
Ids decision, aud to whom such ap
peal can be made. The meeting then
CREAM Cakes. Pics
and Fancy Pntiy
IreMi to-day at the Elite.
nine I nr b B
hint fit ' ,
i. &ws y ELL
ItY LAST-MARIPOSV" I RKCKIYRD A I.VRGE M'GCK Ol
Dry Fancy Goods
Whirli At new uiionotl out tor iitsi rt!(ii
Choice Selection of French Sate-encs I
Fast Colois, abuii ( Lit) Pieces nl - 1 1 it t ,i .n! ;
SCO ICll ZEPHYRS, the
Line of TOYAL BATISTE:
I wish to call the attention tint I hac thin mm.-oii imported the Fine-l
l)i-l -i leeted fi'i-k if
W H T E
Ol llviiy Dc-ciiptinn. lMi pi
1.5430 PisKOS of Eiroiliirifis in Bocj fin iio Ml
JSJT" l.iidies in winl ol Kiitbrt.id n
HOW TO CET A TiCHT IMNC OFF A
Thread a needle, llat in llie eye,
with care, mulct' the ring, and pull
the tin eat through a few' inches to
ward the hand; wrap the long end
of the. thread lightly round the lin
ger, tegtilatly all down to the nail,
to reduce its'size. Then lay hold ui
the short end, and unwind it. The
thread, pacing ngaiuit the ling,
will gradually remove it from the
finger. This never-failing method
will remove the tightest linn with
out dilllculty, however much swollen
the linger may be. China Paper.
In the. grounds of the ti tuple call,
ed Tofuku-ji, at Sukarno, there
runs a little river which has been
the s.cene of a strange occurrence.
Some lew days ago, one morning at
about nine o'clock, thousands of
frogs were seen to emerge from the
liver and then commence an infu
riated combat near thV bank. The
battle lasted until four o'clock in
the afternoon. Rig Irog-, and little
frogs, strong frogs and weak frogs,
all engaged pell mull, llie result be
ing that not a fuw died in thrir
tracks, and a vast number of wound
ed ones betook themselves to the
refuge of the river, the current of
which they actually dammed with
their small carcases. We arc not
responsible for this story, but we
.have it on the excellent authority of
the 'iclii Nichi Shimbun. For our
own part, it has never been our lot
to see Japanese frogs at large in the
month of February, but on the other
hand, wc cannot say that we have
ever witnessed a battle of trogs
either. Japan Mail.
HAWAIIAN 0PBBA HOUSE
.1. 1. Iliown,
Sntui'dny Evoning, 3Iuy 17.
lto-appourauco of the
Biigu Comedy Com'v
In ilai.ley Cnmpl'r- tl.i
Willi An Ellloionr Cast !
tST llox plan at .1. E. brown'. Par
fUi!ite anil Dress Chcle 81; Ualconv
7.1c, Oallery fiOc. .IS I It
llu',7311 (Vnrarri lit! Co., nr Hul KalcpJ IIivill,
ALL accounts against the above
Company hhoiild be ltetiii.ed and
M-nt to Abraham Pel minder, Tieasuier,
at E. O. Hall & tjon'n, on or before
Monday, .May Id, 1 $'.().
I). V. Pl'A,
Ilonoluhi, Mnj 1.1, 1!hi. .Vi."i:U
A SPECIAL meethiK ot the toek
hohlers of the Llelu Publishing
(!o. will bn beltl at the ollict! of the
Company (upstairs), SATl'IlliAY
EVENT NO. May 17th, at 7:110 o'clock.
A lull atleiiilanue 1 ietiieted.
.'..Vi td PER ORDER.
A;TR. David Davtuu will act for me
ItI under a lull power of attorney
during mv nhicucc from the Kingdom.
MR. L. C. Abies holds special power
. ot attorney lioin .lames Dodd to
attend to auv biibinei matters connected
with the Ciiteiluu Saloon.
Ilv David Davlon, Atlorney-hi'l'ai't.
'Honolulu, May !'-, IMH). M lw
ClAPl'ALV A. V. Hiown
"Oiiieiia." will not I
of the bark
not be ic.pnuihlo
lor anv debts contracted by his crew
vesjers oiay in inn port.
PERSIAN MULLS, in the Latest Deign-;
tu l-eli -I fiuin 1 b
A -ion tin-in
in- :i) p'i i tnl "n every
CoriUT ll)til Kr Vnv Slnls.
Auction Salts by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
OcaaniG CI Effects
A ml I 'It 1 1 nt:-.
I -nil iu-triicied bi tin- (Keauie Club
In -ell at Public Auction, .it llie plellll
n, CainplieH's lilocK. Hotel tieet.
On MONDAY, May IJMli,
AT IO ''I.IH'. A. 31..
I'.ulire I'urnitiile. Fitting-, and
.licet "I Kaid i iiin. ennipii-.iu
5 M k Asll IMrlil Sols,
pilmr Mattrae. Hair Mnttraxres,
Feathfi Pillow, .Mn..ipilin Nets,
IlaiiKln Lamps. (Jla-sware,
Center. Kot.i & Dimr Haz,
Stand Lamp-., Oil Pamihin.
1 Fine B.W. Carved CentreTable,
liom;Ia- Chairs. Itiacket-,.
Matting. Oil Cloth ,V .lap. Pen-en,
ltu., Kt.' , Kte . Lie.
J AS. V
LANDLORD'S SALE OF
Goods & Chattels
to i- tlie oii-in nil-lit
I am Instiiicled I iv .I'iiik- U. Holt.
.Ir.. In -dl at Public Auction
TUUIISDAY. 3lay aSiul,
AT 10 (I'ClilXUL A. 31..
i Of said Iuy, at mj S.il .I'tiom. on liueen
I .slM-ct, in the ritj'of lloimhtlu. the nl-
lowing deserlbitl C.ooiK and ChalleU ol
Foul; Lung, a lain tenant of aid .lame.
R. Holt. Jr., in Kiiil Pity of Honolulu.
di"t i allied foi arrears ut rent, anil htv
ing been held the stalutoi.i length of
tlmiiby tin' -.aid. lame K. llolt..li-.. i.:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Oilier Wine-., (.'uilo-, and Other
Ooods, t'halleli ami Effects of said
l'ook LiuiK. taken fiom hi stoic In
JAB. F. MOKGAS,
.1. M. Monarrat. Attorniwfor Laudlonl.
lloiiolulu, Api II '-.-, Ih'.H). r:istd
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
Hy direction ot CECIL IIItOWN, Hie
Executor of the litht will and lentamentof
Philip Milton, deeeabed, I am directed
to m-11 at Public Auction, at my Sales
room In Honolulu.
On SATUItDAY, May 34 th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOO..
The late Homestead of the said Philip
Milton, belli; thatceitabi propeity situ
ate mi the inauka ldu ol king street, in
said lloiiolulu, between thu pieinNes
ot M. Ilymaii, Et.. and Alex. Young,
The nhovi! Property is planted with
fiitll dees and grape vhuv. and ha an
artesian well fiom which them Is now
an Income of S'.'ljo pet annum. Title
peifeet. Al-o, at the siiiuii lime aud
place, and 1 the aiue lhectiim 1 -hall
sell thai ccitain
PiecG if Parcel of Lai !
situate at Kulaoknluia, Honolulu, ad
! joining the premises of Ohaile. Dudoit,
Km., and containing an niea of .Y.i-100
acics. Mlltablo for a homestead. Title.
j o-w- Deeds at the expen-e nr the pur
IAS. F. AlOKCAX,
lily td Auctioneer.
DRAFT drawn b) (lav .V Robln.-oii
on.l.T. Wateihou'.e for jdal.tiS
In (avor of Akauutra and eiulor-cd by
Akiiuiura .mil Aliku, Not certain about
the nuiubi'i' of ceuih. P.iyiiK'iit 1.
stopped. MO iv,
I FIRST-GLASS Caniago Wood
I worker uml I Carilagn .fobbing
Smith at thu Honolulu Carriage Fae
tory, PJS Fort street. Mtint he sternly,
sober men. Reusoiudile waeeswlllbu
paid. (5. WEST,
.1M lw Proprietor.
T ' ' 1 Vl '
, ti iij i
1 "HH m nti sr n
i 1 IIP rfllHTPhEP I IW Ik
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Roods, and upon cacy terms. The additional fu
ture of Insuiau'o goes with every Rotnl.
The following are i fev. f tho many attractive forui3 offered by this
oilginal ami proie-'sivc f'ompr.ny:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PF.R CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is cfpiilablc, its pnytneois prompt and certain, and it1?
(Frvm th i'ir Yr,r!: Sun, April ii, IriDO.)
Tho t.iwst liitsiuiwi 1-3 vor Tninsiu:U'I ly ti I.iJ'o A.wur-
The new bnsiuuM of the F.ipiit'ible Life Assurance Society of New
York lor tho first tiiarter of llie present year is reported to ci-ceed I'tirr
Million Dollaus. This i at the rate of ivo liumlfol tmllinm ni'an.utr
tnwcj'in tlm !'-ir. ami is iiiiprecedentcd in -tho annals of life assurance.
itsVltiforination cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oilice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General A:ent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kiioilnble Life As-stirancc Society
of the r. S. .Tan-1 -9b
DEU6S&C H E M I C ALS
T.pilel Artich I-'nii- i'crftiTiit-s iv S.iap", Pittcnt Medi
cines, lloniciipalhic lieimdie.s,
"!Tlio o'i'itpJaif, : oHls,
Of Lvi-ry lie.ciijition
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO 1
.M.VNt'FACTI'JtP.ltS OF I'ilK CRLKHRA I'EH
Hollistor's Ginger Ale & Soda Wafers
l'SINf) EXCLLSIVKLY TUK
SiYATT PURE WATER SYSTHWJ
i'OK ALL AtlKATKU IJEVKRAOKs.
iU 1tHT STItKKT. : :
Funiou Grand Active ii Guilt n AumI
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Hot "Wtcr Attnclimcsits !
Consnmlng One-third Less Feel, olihor wood or coal, Ihsn any oiiur Stove
in existence !
ley No Crick Work About II ' Jusl a Cloan Cut Stov ! -i4l
Whoso Baking Qusliticc Qre unsurpa2gccj 3
This d'rale is f a tri.innul.ir form bavin: three curf.iccs which .iro rc
verbiblo, ?o that a hepar.itc U MUrfaco can be u.-ctl on alteru.ttu dayg; or i!
the one eurf.icc in course of lire Iioh any wear then the other can be turned
up, and tu ou throthei, ninkiiij,' itetptal in durability to tbrt. distinct Giu'.ew,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Tort ftrect.opi o. Spu-okclh' Rank. II. nolulti, H. 1.
E. R. IIknduy. 1'resldent & Manii r.
(jOiii'Ui.V llKon.N, heeretary A rreauicr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
(ii. Hprt'rlit'lr' Ititiilc. : Vnrt Mi-e, llonotulu.
IMPORIICRS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino llavihiul Chtua, ploin and iloeoratod; aud Wcilgcwicd
Piano, Libi.uy A Slanil Lamps, Chtiudeliers it Elecloliurs,
Lamp I'MxturcN of all kinds, A complete as.ortm't of Drill A- Files,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of BTO DHSGBIPTIOH !
The "li.uollo" Il-w heeled RiditiR Plow it Equalizer,
lUuebeard Rico Plow, l'laut'in' Steel it OoooueoktNl Hoch,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varnishes A. Rruhos, Manila A Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Jios', Ho.ie, X-JLosio,
RUHRER, WIRIC-lloUND of Mip-rior ipi.ility, A STEAM,
Agatu Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Tublo .t Pocket Cutlery,
Powdei, Shot .t O.ip.s, Tho Celebrated "Club" .Machine-loaded Cartridge-!,
Hurt's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe & Holt Threading,
ILirttnan's Steel Wire Fence & Steel Who Mats,
Win. t. Fisher's Wrought Stool IJanej
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now Procosn" Twist Drill,
nov-i'J-b'J Neal's Carriage 1'rtiuU,
: : : : lit??'!.m,i;.
Iiwn E.VA, Vlec-Prejldent
Oi.cii. ISuowN, Auditor.
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