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.DAILY BULLETIN : HOtfO.Lb'LU, H. 1., MAY i!0, iSNO.
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TUESDAY, MAY SO, IBM.
OAHU RAILWAY ft LAND COMPAQ'S
A. M. !'. M.
I.oava Honolulu 0 :00 2 :00
Atrlvo Manaiiu lJ:lS . lM8
Leave Mitiiaua 1 1 :00 -l :0'J
Arrive Honolulu 1 1 :48 ! .13
M.'NUAY 1 ItAt.NS.
A. M. 1'. M. 1. l.
Leave Honolulu... 'J :II0 l'JfJd P.iOO
Arrive .Mtuiana . ..10:lfi 1:18 :t : t.'i
l-'.Mw M:m-iuii....ll:(ii 1:1:1 1 :0:.
An Ivo Honolulu. ..II : is 2:U lM
Am bltt Irniaid, 1'aul, 1!) day from
Am bkt Amelia, Ncwliall, from foil
Townseud vln Hllo
Stmr Knaln frou JCatinl
Siclir Kiiwiillaul from Koobiu
Sehr Sarah & Eliza fiom Knolan
It AIS Clninilon, Ht Cliiii, from Kauai
Stntr LlkcHkc for Maui at fi p in
3tinr Miknluila (or I.iihaiuii, lnalaea,
Komi. Kan and the Volcano at 1U
o'olocl; a in
Stiiir Nnlaleale. for Wnimca, Xiiwlltwlll,
and KcUalta at ' i tu
Am li-rii Kva. Wlkmnu, for San Fran-
Am bkt Kllkitat. Cutler, for K.ihuliii
'sehr Kaublua for Kauai
Sluir .James .Ma ken fiom Kapaa
VESSELS LEAYI133 TO-MORROW.
Htmr Kuala for Kllauca and IlaiiHlei at
I ) in
Stiiir Kaiuiltoa for Nnw ill will and 11a-
u.iiiiaulu at 11.' in
."clir Mol Wahltio for Koholalely
Sehr Knulkcaouil for Koliala
Sehr Lnvlula for Kauai
Schr Kuwallatil torlCoolau
Si'hr Sarah K. VA.n for Koulau
For Maul and Hawaii, per ElmrMllcn
b'da. May 20 - For the Volcano: Mrj
Stores, ilr Lowrey, John Slater. .Mr."
Latterop and maid. For way ports:
Miss Clark. S Farron, Mm 1' I, An
tlrcws and 4 chlldrci:, W JI .lohtiion, L'
Leo and wife, S Center and wife, Dr
Foote. II X Grenwell, Mr Hoick, 2
Chinese and CO deck.
From S.iu Francisco, per bkt Irmgard,
May 10 dipt Ackurin.ui, Mr Cliiu;ton,
M r Todlc, Mr Cumuierford, Mr Lincoln
uud (1 in the. steerage.
From Knuat, per stmr Knnln, May 20
lions ON and A S Wilcox, Capt ,1
Hon, Wm IlasMe, and 2 deck.
The. schooner Vesta received 7?" bags
ougar from the schooner Mol Wahlno
The schooner I.avlnla brought SOO
bag sugar from Kami to-day.
The steamer Kalinlloa will sail to
morrow at noon for Xawlllivlll and
Ilauamaulu under coiiiinaud of Captain
r D Walker, chief olllcer of steamer W
The barkentino Amelia. Captain, Wm
Newlmll, ai rived this morning from
llllowheie her cargo of lumber was
lsnded. She camo h to to load sugar
for San Francisco. Her bnwiptlt being
damaged, a new one will have to bo
made for her huru
The tern Eva mailed this morning for
Sail Francisco with c.uyo "hipped as
Jollow: F A Schaefer & Co. SUO bags
sugar: .Castle & cooke, S"j lag sujar;
C Hrewer it Co. 400u" ljm;s eiij;ar.
Totals: tonnage, 3015 tons; snyar, c.iTl
basiS domestic value. 334,910.ii-.
The fonr-innsied fehooner Robert
Lowers salted yesterday for tun Trnil
cIi:o with 22,!i'3!J bags Migar weighing
2,80S,80:'! pounds, and valued at &.12S,
.MIU. Tho shippers were M S Uiiuhaiim
Ai Co. JfltU bags Kiigar; H Haekfeld &.
Co. 18,013 hugs sugar.
Tho steamer Kuala brought this morn
ing from Kauai 21(11 bag-, Migar.
The baikeiitlne Irmgaid, Captain A II
Paul, arrived yesterday afternoon. I!)
days from San Frani'iseo. She had
light winds and calms for tho greater
liiirt of tho passage, and was within
sight of San Francisco tho first ten
days. The Irmgard brings nearly l'JOO
ions of geneial merchaiitllc.
A MERMAID AT LAST.
Jacksonville, April 19. AV. W.
Stnntou, mate of the schooner Addle
Sclmeflcr, now lying at thu iWtirkiil
House dock, while fuming for baas
1500 miles off St. Augustine, drew in
his line, nnd found outnn,led there
in the strangest llsh, if it is a IWh,
that has over lieen caught. This
strange creature is about six feet
long, pure white and scnlelefis. The
head and face arc wonderfully liu
nian in shape and feature. The
Mhould'Jrs nro well outlined, nnd
very much resemble those of a wo
man, and the bosom is well defined
atid shows considerable deveiop
' luent, while the hips 'and abdomen
continue tho human appearance.
There are four flippers, two of which
nro placed at the lower terminal ion
of tho body, and give one the im
pression that nature made an effort
to supply tho strange creature with
lower limbs. Mr. Stanton uonfebscH
to quite a fright on first bight of his
queer prize, which, on being drawn
on board, gave utterance to a low,
moaning cry, which might easily
have bceu mistaken for the bobbing
of a baby.
It is extremely unfortunate that
Mr. Stanton did not succeed in
keeping thu cieaturo alive, which ho
thinks might havo been done, as the
-tratige object lived two days after
being taken. Tho. schooner has been
thronged all day by curious visitors,
who express much wonder and a:
tonUhment at tho slrango object.
Mr. Stanton, after visiting several
ports and showing his queer crea
ture, will donate it to the Smtthson
ian Institution. Tho fish or mer
maid Is in a large aix-foot glass jar
in alcohol. -N. Y. Sun.
LOCAL & CHHAL HEWS.
"LY.VWOOtl" At tliP Opera lfiill'e
Till! piogruiniuo for Ihe Maui dtli,
of , Inly races appears on tin1 fouith'
Tun Mikado Company will leheaiio
at llic Upcr.i House to-moriow night,
at 7 sllf o'clock.
Tin: special meeting, conducted by
.Mr. Siiyiord, will bu ttl, thu Centnil
Union Chinch to-night.
Tttt office on Fort .-ttcut, in
Inernv block, recently occupiei
J. N. S. VVilllauiH, is nilvoili-.id to 1ft.
C.viTAi.v tleo. Cutliiie, of Ihi) t-litp
Rornowdale, diclaiiti all lespuiiM
bilily for debts eiuitnicted by the
! i i I '- clew.
Tin: box plan fur tho Mikado per
foiuianee imi Friday night will open
nl '. o'clock to-morrow morning, at
tlie ollieo of Mr, 1 .1. Levey.
ili:u Majesty Queen ICilpinlnni and
II. K. II. Frlncess Lilittokalani will
accompany the King at the opening
ot the Legislature to morrow.
KtoiuY-rivr. feet frontage of tho
Inuritdii-tiietun Hotel utreet belongs
lo tho Itobiiibon estate, and will pro
bably be the situ of a huge luiek
building in u Miort time.
Tin: poison who found n box con
taining u pair f gentleman's tdioes
on Jvtikui street or iXutianii avenue,
tho Other day, will pi ante relnui the
b'uini! to this olllce and be lewardetl.
Till: Hospital Flower Society will
meet ut the Y. M l A. parlois to
morrow afternoon nl i o'elia'k.not at
:t as wart ut fiibt intended. Tlio
change of time ims ben made on
aocouiit of Misa Moliie -'.tiiinli.iugh's
At a cuionei', jury lwld ycsli iday
foi the puip'i-e i,t e.ixiuiiiug into tlie
ciiut'O fif tho le.eenl llro on liieiiard
stieet, the verdict tendered was that
the liio was cint'ctl by tins acciiUntal
explosion of a l.iitip in tho room nl'
Miss Mollio Stuiiibnuch will onter
tain ut tlie Y. M. C. A. Hall at U
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. It
would be so gratifying to the blind
tongstress aiid elocutioni.ts to bo
grt-cetl by a lull house on her tirs-t
appearance h?foio the public of Ho
nolulu. Admission adult", fit) i-enlh ;
children, 'lo cents.
. m m ' - "
Ll'i, tho New Ilebridean, was
brought up in tbo Police Court this
morning, and after a preliminary ex
amination on the charge of mtiider
ing Chas. Jliram, waa committed to
the Supreme Court. Mikalciui (1:)
was fined ?Ti0 and sentenced to im
prisonmnent at haul labor for two
yerus, for larceny of three gold ring9
from u Cliimiiimu, and Katthano (w)
was committed to liio Supieme
Court for trial on tho charge oi re
ceding s'olen goods.
,i. . . i . - -
(x account of tho moulders' strike
in San Francifco, tho Union lion
V.'oikrt of this city hud to do without
certain iron material expected fiom
San Francisco, in tho construction
of their moulding dopai Intent. Al
though the loe.ition of the Woiks is
within the firo limit, tho pillius of
the new department now going up
will bo mmlo of wood, but covered
with atbestoB and iron to make it
fireproof. Tlie suml for moulding
purposes is on the Andrew Welch,
now tluo, and the iirat casting by tbo
now iron works is not far distant.
A CARD OFTHAHKS.
In recognition of favors received
from friends friends indeed this
opportunity is taken to publicly
thank them for tlie noble way in
which they have helped me, since
the late lintel street fire. "With
I remain respectfully,
EVENTS THIS. EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1. 1. I),
P.. at 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Hifies,
at Mcluerny hall, at 7:30.
Drill Co. D, Honolulu Itilles, at
Ueretania street Armory, at 7:30.
IMjott Comedy Company, at Opera
House, at 8.
Special Services at Central Union
Church, at 7:30.
The barkentine Amelia arrived
from Hilo tliis morning, bringing in
formalinu of the close of thu murder
trial, Rex vs. Mills and others. The
jury found a verdict for tho Crown,
and the prisoners have been sent
enced as follows: Mills, 9 years im
prisonment at hard labor; Steele, 9
years ; Blabon, ,1 years ; and Wat
son, 3 years.
EniTon Bum.v.ti:; : .
Will you oblige by publishing the
following questions, for somebody to
Question 1. What relation is tho
Empress of Russia to the Princess
Question 2. What relntion is the
Emperor to the Duke of Edinburgh's
Question 3. When tlie Prince of
Wales was involved in debt some
eight or ten years ago, who paitl it
his mother Queen Victoria, or the
British Government? Q.
General Dc Gendre, formerly in
the L. S. Consular servico and lat
terly in thu employ of tho Japanese
Government, has been appointed
foreign advisor to tho King of Corea
in placo of Judge Dening. This
makes the third foreigner to hold
such a position.
ARRIVAL 0? 1HE ttORftOWDALE.
The llrilish full-tigged ship Hor
rowdale, ("'aptain (,. ('. (iulhric, m
rived rm May I'Jttj. I!!" days troni
Liverpool, with a general cargo of
neai ly 1700 tons, Chief nllicer S.
T. Annus, reports as follows:
Sailed fiom Liverpool on .lanuary
1st, at 2 p. 111. : ciericiiecd boister
ous weather in tlie llri"lol Cliniiiel;
011 .Ian. MM. a heaiv gale .set in,
doitift I'unsideiable havoc on
ship's deck ; the vos-ud lay on
bo'iin ends, tin- eargo shifted,
high i'ns liad full idav over
vessels deck. The storm having
abated, foggy weather, :iccompfiine
by light winds, made their appear
ance. The Equator wa-j reached 011
Febtuary !Uli, in long. L.') degrees
V. Xo'thing evciillul occurred till
Cape Horn was imidc, which was
lighted on March lillh, in laL o(J
deg. S., aiid long; (lo dcg. , 71
days out. Then bad weather again
set in which continued with almost
liurricaniu violence for several days.
The circuit around Cape Horn from
f0 deg. S. in the Atlantic to .00 deg.
S. In the Pacific was niaile 111 1H.V
days. On Apiil .'Inl, continual
heavy weiterly gale again appeared,
the deck being ''knee-deep" in
water while it lasted. The Equator
in the Pacific was crossed on May
I th. Had heavy southwest swells
to latitude 8 dcg. N. : thence to
Honolulu, cncounlea'd E. to X. X.
E. winds with westeily swells.
Sighted Maui on the morning of the
19th, and arrived in Honolulu har
bor in the afternoon.
On May -lib, tlie Jlorrowdalc
sighted tlie Ainciicati barkentino
George C. Perkins, of San Fran
cisco, from Peru, bound lor Hono
lulu, and lost sight of her on tlie
The Mm rowdale is doiked at
Brewer's wharf, where her targe is,
being discharged. Messrs. Tlieo.
II. Ilavies it Co., are tlie agents of
this splendid craft.
A COMING EycHT.
The committee appointed at a ic
cent meeting of tlie Honolulu Fire
Department, to report on t lie advis
ability of a public entertainment in
aid of tho fitcmen's relief hind, met
last evening at Hie residence of Mr.
Ii. Otdenslein, tlie genial and popu
lar assistant foreman of Engine
Company No. I. Ueside.s tlie host
there were present the two as-islnnt
engineers, Mes&rs. Geo. Norton and
.1. H. linyd, Foreman Kobt. Moie
of Co. Xo. J , Foreman E. I. Ryan
of Co. No. -J, Foreman II. Kaia of
Hook & Ladder Co. and 11. Smith,
secretary of the depatlnient.
It was decided by the committee
to recommend as follows: That the
department authorize the giving of
a public bull on the evening of .Itiue
10th proximo, at the Hitles Armory,
if procurable, and thnt tlie admission
fee be one dollar, the -price of one
ticket. It waa also decided to have
tlie firemen attend in uniform on the
Tho following appointments were
made: Jas. H. Boyd, chairman of
reception committee; llobt. More,
chairman of floor committee; E. K.
Ryan, chairman of decorating com
mittee ; H. Smith, chniimuii of
finance and printing committee. Mr.
Norton was assigned the duty of
ordering committee rosettes and Mr.
Orrloiib'tciti to look alter refresh
ments. Tho above named gentle
men will be pleased to iinpnit any
information to those who may in
quire concerning, the objects of the
relief fund, which has become de
pleted during the last two years',
owing to an extra call for relief,
burial of the dead and support ot
A MERITED BENEFIT.
Miss Lizie Lingham and Miss
Lillio Atwood, of the Bijou Comedy
Company, will receive a benefit at
the Opera House thi evening.
These ladies, in common with the
company of which they are mem
bers, have striven faithfully and
with success to amuse and entertain
tlie public of Honolulu for several
weeks past, and are deserving of
thu benefit tendered to them. In
addition to securing a favorable
opinion of their professional abili
ties, they havo also gained tlie res
pect and esteem of those of the
community who have becomo per
sonally acquainted with them. The
public will have an opportunity to
night of practically evidencing" their
appreciation of the ladles mention
ed and their talents.
Tho piece to be played is "Lyn
wood," by Tilatson,a drama found
ed on the war of the rebellion, and
new to Honolulu. The box plan is
at J. E. Brown & Co.'s olllce, whcie
tickets may now be proem cd and
seats reserved. Tho performance
begins at S o'clock, the doors opening
at 7 :30. .
. THAT OPIUM.
The valuo of the opium stolen
fiom the Custom House, (referred
to in yesterday's Buxftvm), is now
btatcd to bfi from S 12,000 to 8 l.r,000,
or it would have brought at. the ex
port rate S8000. The boxes which
wero found to contain, as tho. Port
Surveyor says, bricks worth $20 a
thousand instead of $20 a pound,
were not the same boxes that were
received fiom the Station House.
What Is more, opium which had not
gono through the Police Department
at all but went direct fiom tlie Port
Surveyor to the Custom House, has
been "stolen. There were three
qualities of the drug among the.
quantity in question, and what is
left is the poorest.
s rfcMHLt -
(JOICMSft UOTKL &
M1V t;oiw !
MAini'tMA" I RECEIVED A
Buy -f Fancy
Whirh lie i"W opened out f.ir ii.ipeelion.
Choice Selection of French Saicezies !
Fast Colois about l.'O I'ieces at Ho cent" .1 Vniil;
SCO l'C II ZEPHYRS, the
Line of TOYAL BATISTE;
PERSIAN MCLLS. in the
1 v;i:A lo e.dl th
attention that I have tins mm-oii impoilu
Beit Sileeleil Stnek of
Oi' Every Description.
1,500 Pieces of Eralii'oiilsras in Boi from Hie Gasl
f.fii-'"" Lailies in want "f Etiibididene
At a inicliiig of the Board of I n
denvilers this morning, in which
tlie matter of kerosene oil now in
the market was discussed, the follow
ing fads and liguies wete adduced
from oils tested:
Obtained of Charles B. Dwighl,
Hashed at H8 dcg., exploded at I0."
deg. ; bought of Calle & Cooke.
Obtained of Malcolm Brown.
Hashed at U7 deg.. exploded at 102
deg., bought of .1. T. W'aterlioii"e.
Redward, Hashed at 510 deg., ex
ploded at !I9 dcg., bought oi .1. T.
Waterhouse; brand, Pearl.
II. Atild, Hashetl at 07 detr.. ct
idoded at 100 deg., bought of if. E.
Mclntvre; brand, Pearl.
Seal, flushed at 121 and 115J deg.,
ami exploded at 122 and 121 deg.
Pacific- Hardware Co., Hashed at
118, exploded at 123; brund. Aloha.
Levi, flashed at 01 deg., exploded
at 9(i deg., bought of Cattle &
Cooke; brand, Pearl.
B. Ordcnstcin, flashed at !'."i and
93 deg., exploded at 9G and 9o deg.
respectively; brand, Best Pearl.
Tlie highest test made was lfi0
degrees. A committee has been
appointed to test the oil now in the
MR. JOHN SLATER.
At tlie Opera House last night,
Mr. John Slater gave a seance for
the benefit of the sufferers on Moio
kai. Mr. Slater deliveied an ad
dress, in which ho referred to reli
gious beliefs and his own convictions.
He believed in tlie Great Teacher
and his teachings, but not in those
who merely professed adherence to
those teachings on Sundays and in
practice denied them on Mondays.
He also expressed regret that there
was not a greater number present to
assist in the charitable object for
which the entrance fee was intend
ed, and intimated his intention to
return hero at a future, time, when
he believed there would be a more
libetal response for the same ob
ject. He then proceeded to single
out persons from thu audience, nnd
detail their characters, feelings, ex
periences, etc. His delineations
were frequently greeted with gen
eral applause. Mr. Slater left in
the Mikahala this morning, and ex
pects to return to Honolulu by that
vessel, leaving here by the next
steamer for Australia.
FISHERMANS Net in pink, light
blue, cream, cardinal and leghoiu,
at Sacb'H Stoic, 101 Fort street, fitti It
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
.1. E. lirnwn,
Tuesday Evening, May 2
A C.i and Complimentary P.enetlt
will be tendered by
Comedy &' Dramatic k
MiiiK LILL1E ATWOOD,
On which occasion will bo produced
TlllaUon's Great Drama oi
" LYN WOOD"
Founded c i I.ato War of' tbo Htbt Won I
CJT Box p'au at .1. E. Brown's. Par
(litettu and Diesa Olrele SI; ll.ilenuv
r.'.e.; Gallery 50c. r,,1S at
IhiAnqrAHTKus isr HATr.vi.inv, 1
Hawaiian Vor.c.N 1 t:nis. f
Honolulu, II. I .May in. 5S0D.J
HATl'ALIOX ORDEH.S No. i!.j
1)UKSUANT to orders I'Mied thU
dav fiom IIeailiiinrters every
member iif this H.ittallon Is hereby m
dered In repori at their Armory, on
WEDNESDAY MORNING, '-'1st hist.,
at 10 o'clock hbarp, in Failgue Uniform,
to attend thn opening of ihe Legisla
ture. Hy order of
II. I HEIIHAHn.
Major-Com. 1st Itiillullmi, H. V.
E. W. Lanuli:v.
Captain A Adjutant Ms lit
- - i-AshiOM
XKW JKHIH !
LA HUE sTOCK or
1 the i'in'.et and
In select from. 1 have bought
pel cent no every
EUR, L1C II,
CoriM'P 1Io1 & Fori SlroH.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
LANDLORD'S SALG OF
Goods & Chattels
lUstrulni'it tin' the tuii-iui) iiiviiI
lam liistiueled li .lilic It. Holt.
,ll. Hi soil at I'lililieAueliiin
TIIiritHDAY, 'May 22ml,
AT III O'CLOCK A. 11.,
Of sald day. at my Salesroom, on (ueen
stieet, hi the City ot Honolulu, the fol
lowing described Hoods jtnl Chattels of
Fool, Lung, a late tenant of said .lame
R. Holt, dr., In siid M 01" Honolulu.
dUtrained for at 1 pars of lent, and hav
ing been held the statutory length ot
time by the saiil .liiine J!. Holt. Jr.. vi:
Chinese & Japanese Crockery,
And Other Wares, Cm Ins and Other
iooils, Chattel. and Kffeets of said
Took Lute:, tal.cn iiom his stoic In
"Moll's Ithuk,'' Xuiiauti jilrvet, In said
City of Honolulti
JAS. !'. MOKGAX,
J. M. Mjincnrrat Attonicvforl.andloid
Honolulu. April '-'.'. Iti'.iO. .V.s ul
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
Hy direction of CECIL P.ROWX, the
Eseeuiorof the last will and te-lauieiii of
Philip Milton, deeeas-ed, I am directed
to cell at Public Aueiiuu, at my Sales
room in Honolulu,
On SATU.UDAY, May S2 1 tli,
AT l!i O'CLOCK SOOX.
The late Hume-tend of the said I'ldlii
Milton, being that ecitalu piopei't situ
ate on tlie inaiiKa side of King Mi'eet. In
.said Honolulu, between the prcuiiMt
of AI. Hunan, Eij., and Alex. ouug
'1 he above Property N planted with
fruit trees and giapo vines, and has an
nilc.-lau well fiom which there Is now
an income uf St-'DO per annum. Title
perfect. Also, at tlie Mime time and
place, and by tlie -aine direction I sli'dl
sell that ee't.uu
Piece or Parcel of Laii !
situate at Kiilaokahua. Honolulu, ad
joining the preiiil.-cs of Charles Dudolt.
1H., and containing an aiea of fi'.i-lOG
acres, suitable for a liinucste.id. Title
Xla?" Heeds at the cxpcim- of the pur-
' ,,K1'JAS. F. 3I01U1AN,
.'l!i Id Auctioneer.
ClAPI'AlN'OrotOiitlulp. of thn ship
"ISonowdde," will not lm repou
Rlble for any ileutt; wmtl acted by bis
ciew during the vessel's stay In this
port. fi.V.i "a
NOTICE of SALE.
Ivl. hold a plivate Mile, at Ills i-tudio,
Spreckel's Illuek, during the afternoons
ot Saturday and Aftmday next. When
he will offer a selection of local vIcwh
hi btth oils and watercolnrs, at very
niitch reduced rates for cash. o.V.i ul
IO RENT or LISAS 12
a 'pilA'l ileMratile Promises
iJfS J "i Fort street, In the.
23X5 'Mclueriiv Illock.M recently
THAT dcMrablc Promises
occupied by J. N. S. Williains, hiiltable
for olllce or store. For Information
apply to olllec Union Iron WorU, Es
planade, or to
fiVJlm .1. N. S. WILLIAMS.
WO Nicely Furnished
Itnnms nt WalMkl, on
beach near the bridge.
A STONE VOCE L.
At L. 11. Kerr's.
l X Kiipabinui.
occupied by Mrs. Ouriioy.
PoitupHslun given on .liino 1. 18!0,
JOHN V. C'OI.HL'RN.
KAN DIES of all kinds
frohh every day ut
f H ARTS CO.)
ocioty of tho
Ate now selling their
Bonds, and upon
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The Equif aole Life Assu
Tin- follow in-r are a few of the mt'iiv attractive forms offered by
original and progressive Cumprmy :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PEN CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BDNDS. 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tlie Company is equitable, its payments prompt and cettain, and it
Frvm the Xw Yt'i
Tho largest Jhishiffts V.xvr
Tlie new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Firtv
Million Dui.lmis. This is at tlie rate of I m l.utulrtil mMliciu of 'tfr
tifijoi liti tr-ir, and is unprecedented In the unnaN of life assurance.
fc2rI 11 formation cheerfully furnished to any who will write, to or call
upon the undersigned at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General A-jent for the Hawaiian Inlands-, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the V. S. Jan-1-5)0
H O L
-l.MI (METERS ,t
DRUG S & C
I. ", Fin Perl'inii-h ,
Of Every Hi -eriLilii n.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO !
! O' K ?
v r i-f survn i f
.. $iii)i-' rti hi
J VlllMWi it
I'SING EXCLISIVELY THE
HYATT PUEE WATER SYSTSPJl
TOR ALL AERATED EEVEEAGES.
KM FOItT STItKirr. :::::: SION'fVT.DLU.
FauKiis Grand Active A Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
With Broiler & Kot Water Attachments !
lwia'.mab f ,i.ai-Ji--L.i.-fTi txrr" -n - . -. 1 .jr
Consuming One-third Less Tim!, ei!h3r weed or coal, Ihsn any oiher Stovo
In existoucc !
Na Brisk Work About It I
Whose Baking Qualities arc Unsurpscocc!
'Wtii Grnte is of a triangular form having tlirco BUtiaccs whiel) ure re
versible, ko th.it n tcp.ir.itetop Mirhu'o c.ui bo used on alternate days; or b
tin.' one Hiirface in coure of tipc -liows any wear then tlie other can be turned
up, and mi on Hie other, making iteiiunl in durability to three ilintinct (irdUv-
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Furt ftreet, opjei. Sireek"l,' Hank, Honolulu, H. 1.
u "ii 1 i" l. ' ' l.'rr .v.
E. R. IlKNimr. President ,t Manager.
Qouriwr IJitow.v, Seereiary .t Tre.i-urer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
ipM. SiireckoU' KtuuU, : Er Sjlrei'l, tlouolala.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Qenuino Haviland Chiua, plain anil decoratod; onil Wedgtwccd
Piano, Library A .Stand Iiiupf, Chandeliers it Elcctolior,
Lamp Futures of all kind, A complete asoortni't of Drills & Filen,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "G.uellu" H-whooled Riding Flow it Equalizer,
Rluelicurd Rico I'low, I'lunter.s' Steel it Gooeeneckeil H'Ce,'
L.VRI), CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
I'liint. Varnishes .t Uruslies, lauila it Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Howe, JL-1 oho. Homo, A
KUIH1ER, WlRE-nOUND of htipirior iptality; .V STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Vui Tablp it.Poukot Cutlerv,
Powder, Shot A: iJap, Tho Celebrated "Ulub" .Maeltltii-louiled Curtridges,
Hart's J'utont "Duplex" Die Stock for 1'ipo it Unit Threading,
Hartman'f) Steel Wiru Fenco it Stool Wire Mats,
Gate City Stono Filters,
terms. The additional
Su, April Ml,, 1R5)U.)
Trunsiiulyti l.V tt Tiii'c Ashui-
H E M 1 C ALS !
'. '''.ip-, i'.ifiit Medi-
111 E CELEHUATEI)
Jsl W 'WW WW VI
j! . JI.CHEJ! i3
fj " "1 ' -i-:-i-'1A"" 1
las', a Clcsa Cut Stava ( -
John Ena, Vice-Pre-Idcnt
Cr.f.'ii. Hkown, Auditor.
Yiu. l,. Jbinber'a Wrought Steel Ranges
Process" Twist Drills,
Neal'g Carriagu l'aiuts,