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MONDAY, MAY 1!), 1HS0.
OAHU RAILWAY fi LAND COuPAHY'S
A. Mi t. Mi
Loavc Honolulu "JiUO i':0'J
Airlve Miiintiiii 'JMd 2:IS
Leave .Mamma 11:UJ -1:00
Arrhe Honolulu 11:13 4:4'J
A. M. l'i M. P. M.
L311V0 Honolulu... U:30 la WO 3:00
Arilvu.Miitiium .. .10:13 lilh 8 Mil
Jrtuw Mntmm 11:1)0 1:1.1 -I'M
Anlviilloiioiitlu.i.ll'.iti i!::ll liP;'
Am Dk Alex McNeil, l-rllj, L3 day
fiom Sau FiaucUco.
but Planter, Dow, 10 days from Siu
Stinr Llkollke from Maul
.-oil i' Unalokal from IOual
'JVru Allkii fiom Koii'i
selir Mol Wuiiluo Horn llnmrikua
Brit Miip llorrowdalc, Outlirle, 13" days
V H H Aduiiit Horn Samoa
.Stnu Moi.olll for Mok.knl nt 5 p m
Stun J umiiiiii- for Kouhui at 9 a :n
Aui 4-inaMc.i sctir Hubert Lowers, Pen-
liallow, fur bun t'liini-Nco
BrbkTillio Baker, Curly, for Hong
kong VESSELS iLAVHLS TU-NiOfiKOV.
Stmr Likcllkc for Maul at ." p in
suiir Mlkahala for Liihalua, Maalaea,
Komi. Uiii and tho Volcano at 10
o'clock 11 111
Stmr Nnl.ili'iile for Waimea, I'awlliwili,
and Ktikaha at 5 p 111
Am tern Kva, Ikiiiuti, for San Fr.tti-
Am bkt Klil-.itar, Cutler, for Kaluihii
Schr Kaulllua for Kauai
Fiom Maul, per stmr Ltkel ke, May
19 W O -liiitn, Hoiia W II Cuuiinings.
11 I' Baldwin, Ii Coinwcl , .1 Ander
son. R D Widbiidfe, L von Temiskj ;
1) P Eldiedge, Awana, Akaiia, Tuck
J.u RtboiiK, T W Evuiett, .Mis U 11
Dickey. U fj Jones, XV 11 Daniel;, A
Miwler, J N M Williams, It XV Meyei,
Mr liuiiiburg. aud 40 deck.
For 'ii uguoiig. ptff hk Tillle Baker,
May 10 vn Cliiuig Lunjj and "J ser
vani.1, andU7 1. bluest) atccraj;o passeii
geu. From San Franeisco, per bkt PI inter,
May 10 11 Her'igaud r ht. lulujjei'.
For San Fiancisco, per schr Koberl
Lowers, May 10 Dr Fiatt.
F0REICH VESSELS 111 PORT.
U S ft Nlpslc, MeCurtey, from Mimoa
Am t-masted helir Kobeit Lewer. D XV
1 I'oubailtiw, lMn Port Towns
send Am bl: Tilllo Baker, Carter, from
Am teui Itepuiter. Dreycr,fiom Fureka
AmbktCU Funk, A U Gl.tscr, fiom
Am biU Klikltat, R D Cuttler, from Port
Am hk Cultua, Backus, from Newcastle,
X b W
Am 4-ni' stcd schr E IC Wood, KC Lar
aeu, fiom Neweaitlc, . ."" W
AmteiuEva, JO Uikuian, fiom Eu
reka, 1 al
Am teui Vesta, Filcilerberg, from Port
Am mi'S packet Morning Star, G F
G.irliiiJ, from riiiulh Sea Islands
Br bk Omega, A V Browu. fiom Hong
kong Am 4-mttd schr Go'den Shore, Header
sou, iroin Xtweistle, N S
Tho stun- Likcllkc brought Sunday
4 ISO bag- sugar, 230 has potatoes, 11
liorcs 4Ti hug-, ltll liUKs, 5 bales wool.
TUe schooner Reporter sa'd for San
FrancLeo on ijatuulay with Hie follow
ing eaigo: F A behaefer & Co, 5238
bugs sugar; Theo H Da vies & Co, 700
bags stiiiuri C Brewer & Co. lt20 bags
mgar; dibtle & ooke.iau 1 ag mgar;
,1 11 Hi 1111, lit) bbls moliisjes, Totals:
H77S bags suar, 570 tons; domestic
The barkentliio Planter, Captain F A
Dow. ui lived yesteiday 10 days from
t-au l-'ianeisco. ho salli-d f 10111 Sail
FiancNco together with the balk Au
diew Welch on a race lo Honolulu. The
Andiew Welch 1- not in sight yet. The
baikeutlnc Irmg.rd left han iranclsco
on the following day.
The UillMishlp Borrow da'e.Captiin
Giitlnie, arrived to-day 137 days from
Liverpool with 1100 tons genoral mer
cbiiudibo to A-esjfs Tbeo 11 Davies &
The Japancso steamslilp Yaniashiro
Maiu will an lie to-morrow from Yoko
hama with Japanese Immigrants,
Tho brliiantine Jno L) Sprco'ceh , Capt
Christiansen, Mil ed ou the 14th iust tor
San Francisco with a full cargo of
sugar, valued ut 510,131.17. Rev T L
Guild; ol .Makawao went up in Inr for
a short trip to iho Coast for the benefit
of his he.i ih.
The (.dimmer Wm Renton, Capt V
liaison, arilved 011 the 10th ln-t lroui
Newcastle, .n to W, with 7i0 tons coal,
after a passage of ."i0 days.
Tlie bilg.uitlue V G Irwin, Capt
Mc 11 loeli, ai rived on the 17th Inst, 20
days fiom -an l-ratieleo with a cargo
of general merchandise, 400 bbli llino
for tl C & S l. 0, and about 5D.000 hi Irks
for the new sugar mill In Walluku. Shu
had ou ho .id a pa-scugors, Messis D S
Jones, H 1) Moler, ami rf Syvertscn
Tho caplnl'i repoit- light bouilierly
winds most of tins passage.
The schooner Allen A, Capt Kehnge,
sailed for sun FraiieUco last Satiuduy,
17th iust, with u full cargo of sugar.
Somc of tho violins which wero in
tho shop of Mr. Wm. Miller, cabinet
maker, at Iho timo of tho recent
Hotel Btieet lire, and wero lost, wero
worth $150. Tliero were also soino
valued al .flOO each. -Several valua
ble guitars wero destroyed. Tho on
tiro stock reprotouted about $,'1000.
Mr. Miller, who lias ataited businet-B
again on Bethol btieet, willi thu few
half-burnt tools ho husleft.biiyBthatho
is voiy glad that nearly overvthing
in hia shop that night belonged to
him. and not to his customer.
LOHAL & CEKERAl HEWS.
I.UEin:4nso rORdiiii" matter on the
Justici: lliukcrlui) will eh at
Chambers this week.
A fi.num: key and u bunch in' !;.
have been found, mid uie ut this
Ml!. Goo. Castle bought Iho Men
iiR'i Akamai, at the auction sale by
Jus. 1'. Mornan this noon, for Messrs
Castle ifc Cooke, for $17ul).
Tub Mikiulo will be rehearsed on
Wednesday mid Thuri.tl.iy evenings,
and will bo given to tho public 011
Friday tvoning, 23id instant.
TliuriF. will bo a incutim; of tho
Hospital Flower Soeioiy ut tho V. M.
C. A. pailon Wednesday, May 21-it,
at .1 p. 111. A full iittuidniiie is 10
'luested. O.v 'i'huisduy iu:t Mr. L. J. I.voy
Will hold an auction kuIo, by order of
the assignee Mr. J. F. llackfeld, of
merchandiao belonging to tho estate
Jin. BArnlkld i iMiablo to attend
to Jim ait classu-j at piesent by reason
of RieknesB. When nuiftcienlly re
oovticd to icbiline dutieathe fact uill
A PAiu of Indian cluks made by
tho Kiiimlmiueliii tChool boys cf
"I'lide of India" wo(.d, are on exhibi
tion at the II.iwaiiatiNeiv.- Co.'? atore,
Tin: prices of adinirrisn ut Mr.
SUfe:'s Hcatieo in the Opera House
tlii- evening are i0 eenii and 25
Cfiit-. Tno proci'cda will b lor tn
beii"lit of the sick-people on Mi.lokai.
Ladtus int'i'cytcd in the iifw Sail
orb' Home will n;p"t in tho Y. M. C
A. p.uloid to-iiim-iiiw, Titi-'-dny. May
i!0lh, at. I! o'cliw 1c i. in. A tnll at
tendanco i-i leijuoi-ted to erian'
Tun prize for the Lot fcore oll'ejcd
by the J!i thel stieet hhooiing galleiy
w'a won on Saturday night by Mr.
M. E. Silver, who made J9 out of a
po'Hhlc 50. Mew. J. W. I'ratt and
J. V.otlnvell tied at -1C.
Ox PAturdny evening Princess Li
liuokalaiii gave a nHiuicah' at Wash'
ington Place, to tho nieiiibeM of the
second divirion of tho Liliuokalani
Educational Society. Every thing
went well, and everybody was happy.
A nAiTALiOif older iust ructs every
member of the fir.-t battalion of the
lliw-aiian Volunteeis to report at
the Bei omnia street Armory, fatigue
uniform, at 10 o'clock 0.1 next Wed
nesday morning, to attend tho open
ing of the Legitlatuio.
On Thuisday evening the Hawaiian
Band will giv.i a concert in the
grounds of tho Queen Emma Hull
commencing at 7 :30 o'clock. During
an interval Mr. Henry J. McCoy,
K'orelrry of the San Francisco Y, M.
C. A., will deliver a t&mperance ad
drcs.i. Tun bituminous block pavement
dei-cribcd in tho Bcm.etin- a few day.-,
ago is to be tiied in Honolulu. Oper
ations havo been cominonced for lay
ing it on 1 he strict in fioutof Mecrrs
Irwin i. Co.'s place of bu-iness, where
it will be subjict to the heaviest
To-Mor.now evening, May 20th,will
bo a benelitnightatthe Opera House,
for the Misses Lizzie Lingham and
Lillie Atwood, when tho drama of
"Lynwood" will bo produced by the
Bij'oti Comedy Co. Box plan is open
at the oilico of J. E. Blown A Co.,
Mn. P. O'Sulllivan was fined .fiiOO
in the Police Court this morning for
being concerned in the importation
of opium j an appeal was noted to
Supieine Court. Ned Imhoff who
was tried on tho same charge was
acquitted. Several other cans have
gouo over until to-monow.
O.n April 1st the Customs authori
ties received from the Marshal a
quantity of opium, eomo in boxes,
oilier in cases, and some loodc. A
receipt was given for the boxes which
were enid to contain opium, but
which wero not opened until the
other day. When the boxes wero
examined two of them wero found to
contain biicks, packed neatly in
Bv the ship Borrowdalo, which ar
rived this morning, throw of Messre.
John Fowler & Co.'s steam ploughs,
wero icceived by O. W. Macfatl.ino
&, Co. Ono for H. P. Baldwin's es
tate.ono for Col. Spiilding,Hud ono for
R. Halslead. Betides theso ploughs
a huge lot of rails canio to hand, as
well as sugar machinery ,fioni Messrs.
Minlecs, Watson A Co. Mr. Alfred
Fowler ai lived by tho Likeliko from
ARRIVAL OF THE U. S. S. ADAMS.
The U. S. S. Adam, Captain Jas.
G Greene, arrived a Utile after one
o'clock this afternoon, 1? days and 2
hours from Pago-Pago, Samoa, tho
fastest time yet accomplished by any
naval vessel. The olficers report
everything quiet at Samoa, and tho
king enjoying the full power vested
in him by tho Great Powers. The U.
S. S. Mohican arrived ut Pago-Pago
on April 20th, and was the only
man-ol-war at Samoa when tho
Adams left on May 3d. The German
warship Alexandrine- had gone on a
cruise among thu Marshall group.
The Adams received urgent order
from the Secretary of the Navy to
to return to Sun Francisco without
further delay. On auival here,
however, it was intimated that tho
American Ministor may detain her a
THE IIGIiOlULUS GAVE 111.
Vli.v SIuj 1 outlet' I'helr t'ltot int
ti tin' tleUHiiu tit thu Kuuielia
A large coiicotir.se of people gath
ered nt tilt Maklki Recreation
Ground .Salutilay, to willies' u
tnalcli paine of ha- ball In Iwrcii t tin
llouoluliH and Kaiiich.iiiii'hiix. It
was evident lhai. itiu majority oT
those present had an idea that, the
Honolulu would walk a:v with
the huuiuhatui'lias jtulginy thu
teams by their batting capabilities.
Thu luituelw melius showed up in
line form, and did not disappoint
their admit ers. Thcv did not bat
W. Lucas "all over the Held," ih
tl.ey anticipated, however; but
played a good fielding gsiiiie. Tho
Honolulu? butted well, llehled up to
the standard, but made some voiy
(lisiHlrouserioi'.s. W. Lucas, pluher
for the Honolulu, twilled the hall
in a rather iseienlillc mantlet, show
ing that 1m had improved I111
niensely, especially in his "drop and
outs," while 11. Wodehouie, who
Kunrdutl tho backstop, showed ui
very poorly. Although the game
wits closely contested, it wai iutet
spersed with 401110 wry poor pfaytng
on both sides.
The Kainehntnuhns entered on the
ninth inninrj.a with tho suoro stand
itig at a tie, 0 to 0, Manuka ennio
into the box, but failed to reach
tirst. Lawekiwo pasted tho sphere
to left tield, got hi (list, aud Mole
second. Makaimoku batted n single
bagger, and made one of the pret
tied "steals" to the second. The
next man bit the dust in liir, effort
to send the two men in. Richards
came up with blood in his eve, and
5-cnt the sphere tnirling through the
uir, bringing two men in ; but while
stealiti; tccoud was neatly put out.
Honolulu. XV. Lucas came up lo
the box and pas-ted the hall tor a
two-bagger, tho host individual hat
ting made thioughout the name.
Wodohoiibe. hit for a base bit out to
left Held, and hud IMehaids failed to
freeze on to it, would have sent W.
Lucas home W. Luoas died ut iho
homo plate. G. Lucas and Harry
Whitney got their bases on "hit by
pitcher," and n base hit, respect
ively. Tho issue of the game de
pended upon tho nest man, Freden
beig, who, however, failed to hit
anything hut ozone, and went out
The yelling and shouting was
deafening, and the admirers of tho
Kaiuelmmeha team congratulated
them 011 their victory.' W. A. Wall
and M. K. Kcohokalole umpired the
game in a very satisfactory manner.
Following is Ike official score:
NAMES. T. K. B.ll. O. A. I'.
Pahau.c a 'i 0 10 'J 1
Wise, e. f 11 0 0 10
Crowell, r. f 4 1 0 0 0 1
Davis.p 10 0 0 0 0
Manuka, 1st 4 0 0 12 3 2
Lawelawe, 2d b... 3 2 2 12 1
Makaimoku. ss... 3 2 1111
Walilnemidkal,3clb 4 0 0 2 3 1
Rlcbaids, 1. f 4 0 1 10 0
32 3 4 27 21 7
T. H. 11.11. O. A. 1.
Lucas, G. g.;....
Luca.-. A. r.f....
Desha, If ....
Coyne, e f
Lu'eas, W p
r. 11 27 23
Score bv innings
K.mebaini'h.i 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 S
Honolulu 030 10200 0 C
l'aiucd runs Kamchamcha 1, Hono
Two-base hits W. Lucas.
Baes on balls - By Lucas 15.
Hit by piti'her Ceo. Lucas.
P.iSH'd balls Wodehoase 4, Pahau 2.
Umpires-W. A. Wall. M. K. Keoho
kalnle. 'I line ci Gnmc-1 hr. 50 mln.
Scorer J. XV. Whiter.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play this evening at Emma Squaic
commencing at 7:30 o clock, eol
lowiug is the programme:
Overture Ma 'anlello Vuber
Claihift Solo Louisa Montifort
Cornet Solo - First Love Newman
Echo Piece Sound from the Thurs-
ungbui Forest Kleslor
.MiUiol. Down Went MeGlnty.
Baritone Solo-Bellsurlo . . . . Doniettl
Wahz Vienna Blood Siraus
Patiol Aiount G 11.11 d Elleuberg
Gavotte Rhine Sounds Strains
It is windy and dry now, after
scveial days of hot weather.
Thu Postmaster-General has or
dered a daily mail service between
1'aia andllainnkiiapokoand l'aiaand
Mukawao. It will be of great ad
vantage to tho district.
Rev. T. L. Gulick left in tho .7.
D. Sprockets on the 11th for a vaca
tion of n couple of months. Rev.
Mr. Wi'Sterwelt will occupy the pul
pit In thu meantime.
The mills are all going at full
blast day and night, turning out
plenty of sugar.
KANDIES of all kinds
fresh every day at
CORN Kit (JOTlSfj
SKW IH).S : XRW
11Y LAST "MAIM I'OSA" I IlKClvI V130 A
I Dry & Fancy Goods !
Which aio now opened out for iiipccttoit.
Cholcd JSelectiors of French Satseneo I
Fait Coluu, uboiu 160 I'iocea tit 2 chd'- a yaxJ,
SCOTCH ZEl'IIYfiS, the Latest .Vovellioj;
1 with to cull Hit
attention tin! 1 have
Bin ! teoo.
Oi Every Docciiplion.
1,500 Pisciis of EipJii'oisiis ii Bold froi Dig M
An It11nuu.se Asortment.
Ladie.J in want of Enibioi.ieries can "io lit) per cent on oveiy
pillt li ISf
THE RETAIL SERVICES.
The union evangelistic ineeliugs
were carried forwaul with deepen
ing interest, yesterday. A large con
gregation was present al the .'1
o'clock meeting in the Y. M. C A.
ball when the owingelist delivered
an able sermon on Atquaintaticti
ship with God," taking liK text
fiom .loll 22:21.
One of the largest audiences w Inch
has yet, greeted thu evangelist
crowded into tbe Central Union
Church ut 7:!!0 o'clock. The theme
of the evening was "Decision of
Character," based on the scriptural
test found in Dent. 1 :1'J.
The speaker pressed tho trttth
with gi eat earnestness, giving many
helpful illustrations from religious,
commercial and Unaiicial liie, and
from incidents in his own experi
ence. The enquiry meeting which
followed the public service near y
(ltled the lecture room, at which
time a large number of young men
and ladies rose and personally le-
qucsled prayers for themselves. ,
The services will be continued
oveiy night this week except to
night in the t'entral Union Church
at 7:.10 o'clock. The services havo
boon changed to the church on ac
count of the over-crowded condition
of the hall several evenings last
week. The evangelist will deliver n
special discourse to-morrow (Tues
day) eveiiing, to which 'ilic public
are cordially invited.
BIJOU COMEDY COMPANY.
Saturday's performance at the
Opera House of tho d'atiia, "My
Partner," was an entirely new play
to Honolulu, and was performed h
thu above talented company i a
style that regularly "fetched" the
audience. The loud aud continuous
rounds of applause that greeted
eacli more striking phase of the per
formance, could not have been oth
erwise than gratifying to the per
formers. The play, as previously
advertised, lcpresents life on the
California diggings dining the days
usually associated with 18-1'J, with
the accompanying gold, log hut,
camp life, etc., but varied by more
pathetic incidences that arc cleverly
introduced by the author. Uy way
of contrast the more comical por
tions of tho play that came in at
frequent intervals made the piece as
a whole a most enjoyable one. The
wholo company played extremely
To-morrow evening the line play
o( "Lynwood" will bb presented as
a joint benefit for Miss Liie Ling
ham aud Miss Lillie Atwood, and,
as these talentud ladies havo become
very deservedly popular, they should
have a lousing house.
AN ORDER COMPLIED WITH.
It will be remembered that on the
Gth March last, tho Hon. A. Kaiibi,
member of the Legislature from the
district of Ewa, was committed to
Oahu jail for a contempt, in that he
refused to obey a decree of the
Supreme Court, commanding him to
(fr-cculc and deliver a quit claim
deed to plaintiffs, in the suit of
Mahoe aud husband vs. A. Kauhi,
which was a bill in equity praying
tiial said Kauhi be declared a trustee
for plaintiffi in relation to a piece
of land at Ewa, the purchase of
which was negotiated by the defend
ant. Defendant having intimated his
intention to comply, the clerk of the
Court this day repaired to the jail in
company with Hon. A. Rosa, de
fendant's counsel, and Mr. J. M.
Kaneakua acknowledging ofllcer.
Tho deed from A. Kauhi to Million
and husband being tendered, was
thereupon in presence of tho ac
knowledging officer executed, ac
knowledged and delivered, and tho
consideration njonoy, being tho sum
of S220 was paid by thu clerk of
the Court to tho defendant.
Defendant has been ' in "jail,
over two months. It is understood
that tho Hon. C. Brown had advised
in this matter, hence tho defendant's
willingness to comply.
High olllcinls in China arc push
iug forward projects for railway ex
tension lo Munchnria in case of Rus
i a .7 u y lj k tan
ItT. 12. r ii ..' fj i;
a xj 6 a
LAiUfF. .STOCK OF
rr-i n t tt .ti .-t r ti 1 1
-. 1! 12. r .J T ." A mJ " I
Line of TOYAL BAILS 1'L;
1'LIWIAN ML'LLH, in the LaUst Dosigns;
this M.foii imin-rt
I jtr.fl: of
lie Finest and
CO Q D
to select fiom. 1 have bou.'hl
11 LiC II
Corner IIotl & Foil ytn'tH.
Another fire occurred 011 Saturday
night, at about eleven o'clock. It
was in a row of wooden build
ings at the lower end of Richards
street. 'I he lln started in a room
at the end of the row nel the sea.
Tho contents of the two adjoining
tenement1, as well as tho-e 01 the
one in which the tire began, were
completely de-troed. The occu
pants were all natives. Those living,
in the adjoining apaitments say that
there was no ono in the room where
the (lie started, at the time of its
origin. A largo hanging lamp was
burning in tho centre of the room.
A report was heard like the bursting
of a lamp, and shortly after llames
burst out. Another account from
persons residing in me 100:11113, is
that there were several persons in
the room at the time, and the lire
was cause by the upsetting of a
lamp in a half-drunken sculllc.
This is probably the truth.
The neighborhood of the tire was
in a few seconds thronged with peo
ple, some of whom worked strenu
ously to remove furniture and ef
fects from threatened reideiices
near at hand, and others were
equally active in stealing and appro
priating everything they could place
their hands upon. The fire compa
nies answered promptly to the
alarm, and were soon on hand.
Engine Company No. 1 , Rcvcral of
whoso member wero at the engine
house when the alarm was given,
was the first company to got, water
on. Others followed, and tho Ihnic3
were soon extinguished.
The buildings am tho pruperty of
Levi, a Hawaiian, and were io-iutcd
Some Russian met chants hr.e
struck coal oil springs near lo tin
coaling port of "Utii"oii tlieSagha
licn coast, and intend working thi-ui
for all they arc worth, and in two
yens time e-vpect to have good oil
in the China and Japan Markets.
HAWAIIAN OPERA BOOSE
Benefit for tii3 Lepers of Mole hi.
This Monday Evening, May 19.
MI STKUY 0V lUE 1'KEBliUT OI'SHIKY
Mr. JOHN SLATER,
Special engagement of the World's
In .1 vailed entertainment of Si'iiuti'al
Ti'sts and .Mind Huauino. 'J he most
wonderful test medium In existence,
standing without a rival and oifcting an
open challenge of SJ5.000 to anyone who
will pinvo hi- tests not genuine.
PniTLAit Piuor.s: Dress Citclc jiiiI
Paiqueite (inucseived) GOe. ; B.dconv
aud Galleiv 25c.
CW While In this oily Mr. Slater will
give private tests In his pirlui at the
Cottage 73, Ucictaula street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel. a.S It
Tiiot'rtuy Evoliinjj, IMay 0
A Grand Complimentary Benefit
will bo tendered by
Comedy Itanulic Co.
Mliu I.IZZIJ LIXUUAM
Miss IilLLIB ATVOCI),
Ou which occasion will bo produced
Tillatsou's Gnat Diauiaof
" LYNWOOD "S
Fccnlml oa tho Lato Wrr of thu Rebellion I
t"j9 Bos p'an at J. E. Brown's. Par
quctte and Dicss Circle 61; Italcmiy
70c; GulhryCOc. B5t)-it
NOW IS 7m;t TIME !
,1 fl r -
OB t. f' P f
Society cf the United States,
Are nor selling their llonds, and upon easy Icrms. The additional fea
ture of insurance goes with oveiy Bond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by tkii
original aud progressive CompMiy:
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CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTG, ETC.
The Company U equitable, itu p.tymctit'i prompt and certain,
( V-'''l ' .We J0)A.S''l, Aj.rll !', 18'JO.)
rhe JLiti'-ri'.sL Uu'ih-h J-Ivrr Trau-v.Jlcil by :i life
The new business of the Equitable Lif.i Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the pre-cnt year is reported to c:.cecd FiFrr
Million Doi.laks. This is at the rate of tro Uundnul tntlHnnx of assur
ance for lite r, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
fcSrlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will wiu- to or call
upon the under.Mgiicd at his Ullco.
Agenl for the
of the U. S.
D E U G
loilet Artie h
Fine Perfume .
Tl to .
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCt
lTSIXG EXCLFF.IV J'
t-iYATT PURE WATER SYSTErVJ
FOR ALL AERATED BEVERAGES.
100 IFOrtT rva'StS'XT. ::::-: itW.'OWILU.
With Broilov & Hot
Consuming One-third Less Fuel, ciihsr wood or coal, Itn-n asy other Stow
la existence I
V? "o Brie' Worlt About It I Jail a Claan Cut Svo I -a
Whose Hakinjr Qualiticc arc Unaurpnssed !
This Grate is of n triangular form having threo Buriaoca which are re
verrible, so that a separati; lop bUifai-e ca.i be tired ou alternate days; or if
tlui ono surface in cnurse of u.-e lllJW8 aln wear then the other can bo turnvd
up, and so on the other, making it equal i 1 itiir.ibility to th.ee dicliuct Grates.
FOR SALE BY THE
E. R. Hkniiiiv, Piesldent1 . Manager.
GooniKV BitowK, Seereiary t Tiea-uri"'.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Oyjio. Sprcvltc-ls' ISiuiU. : 5.-''rt Strci-t. liuuohtlu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IX
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino Haviland China, phia and decorated; and Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library .t aland Lamps, Clin ideliers & Electoliom,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A cumploio absor'.m't of Drills A Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Ol' BYM DBSCBIPTIflN !
Tho "Gazollo" il-wheiled Ridin-,' Plow it Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planter.' Steel it Goosoneeked Hoes,
LARD, CYLIXDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varni.-hcs k liuislies, Manila A. Sisal Ropo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Howe, Iriotse,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of nup-rior quality, & STEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silvir Plated Ware, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot A. Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridges,
HnrtV Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe ete Bolt ThieaditH;,
Hartinau's Steol Wire Foneo & Steel Wiro Mats,
Win. U. Fisher's Wrought Steel Raugan
(lato City Stone Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
uov-211-80 Neal'a CarriBgo Points.
L tuilablc Life Assurance Society
; S'o.ipx, Paten!
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. Aetivo if Golden Anil
oppo. f-preikeln' Bank, Honolulu, 11. I.
Jon? Kna, Viet-Pre.-ldent
OX'ii. Buo'.v.v, Auditor.
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