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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 181-0.
OADU RAILWAY & LAND COliPAhH
A. M. P. M.
l,c,l vo Uouululu U :00 2 :00
Arilve Mamma Us48 2:43
Leave Mauana 1 1 :Uu -t :0U
Airlve Honolulu 11 ;IS -1:13
a. m. r
Arrho Mamma .
Arrlvo Honolulu... I si
Aid but Mniy Wlukulmsn, Nlsjen, 15
d.iys fiom fcau Fiaueitco
Htmr J a Uummtii- f i urn Koolau
fetiur Vokolll finui Molokal
bchr Rob Roy front Ewa
Htuir Iwalanl for Lahalnn and llama
kna at 10 :i in
VESSELS LEkV.HC MONDAY.
.lap S S.Yainushlio Mam, Yoiiu;j, for
Yokohama at 12 in
Am bkt Amelia, Newball, for Sim lVan-
Stmr Hawaii for JTamnkua at 10 a in
fctnir .Lis Makee fur Kuii.ia at 1 p m
Minr Mokolll fur Molokal at o p in
Htinr.I a i uininliis for Koolau at 9 a m
rioiir Luka for Kohala
rs-chr Haleal..ila for Hawaii
Frmn Molnl.nl. per stmrMokolll. May
21 UlsLoidshlp the Uljliop of Uouo
ltilu. iromSin Fr.Micl'cn, per bkt Mary
Wlnl.eltuun. May il Mrs Gacoynu,
on, J 11 vumpher, and J Ilaesai U.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PDR7.
)I B M S Champion, St Clair, lrom Ha-
U S b Nlnslc, McCiulcy, from Samoa
US.-' Adams. J li Grcune, fiom Samoa
lit ship Uoriowdalo, Guthrie, fiom
Bkt Painter, now, from Saa TrancUco
Am bkt Irmgard, A II Paul, fiom San
Ilk Alex McNeil, i'rlU, from San Frau-
Am bkt C U Funk, A C Glaser, from
.m bk Colusa, Backus, from Newcastle,
X S W
Am t-mi.stcrt schr E K Wood, X C Lar-
seu, fiom Newcastle, iN f W
Ain mUs packet Moinlng Stir, G F
Garland, from South Sea Islands
Br bk Omega, A V Brown, fiom Hong
kong Am 4-tn;td schr Golden Shore, Render-
son, from Newcastle, N S W
Haw b Andrew Welch, W II Marston,
from bin Frauclsco
Am bkt Robeit feudden, IT O Ulucrg,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Mmildii, bwU&on, from Tort
Am bkt Mary Viuklman, II Nlsscn,
from tan Iianulst.o
rORCICH VESSELS EXFECIED.
IT a f Charleston, ' ommodorc Brown,
from San l-inuclsco due May 22
Bkt J A Fall.onbuig, from I'ciu, (for
jvnmvuii une my 7
Br ship Blciigllel'l sailed from Liver
pool Apr IS, due Aug 21
Schr Alcalde, from Poit Ludlow, dne
Bk Atulanta, fiom Puget Sound, due
Ger bk Atlouls from Bremen
Ger bk Fiut, from New York
Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Ekt Discovery, McNeil, from Sau V rau-
cisco, due -May It
II B M S A corn, trom Esquimau, B C,
duo May 31
BrbkBlrker from Loudon, aailod Apr
13, due Aug 25
Schr. I G Noith fiom San Fiancisco,(eu
route for Muhukomi) due Juno 1
Am brgt Luillne. Mnt-on, fiom San
-rriiiicl.-co, duo June 2
R M S S Ze.iliiudla, fiom San Francisco
en route to the Coloulc5 due June 7
R5I8S Alameda from the Colonies en
route to Sau Fiancl'co dun May 31
flaw S S Au-uialia from San FruncNco
due May 30
Theb.iikcntlno C C Funk will leave
Bonietinie nest week for Sau Francisco.
The buk Colufti Is taking in itlifen
Iusb. She hasn't quite iliifobcd unload
lug her cuigo of coal yet.
The steamer Hawaii, Captain Came
ron, will sail on Monday inoining for
various ports along the llamakiiM coast.
The barkcntliie Amelia received u new
jlbboom this mornlijg. fche will leave
on Monday nn uilng with a full caigo
of sugar for Sin FianeWco,
The bail'.cutlne Geo (' Perkins conies
off from the Marino Railway this after
noon. Thu Aineilcan barkontino Mnry AVln
kslman arilvcd eaily this morning after
u splendid passage of llfteen days fiom
Sul FiancUco. Captain II NKsen, an
old Kamaaina hern, and lately master of
the schooner Mol Wahlnu, is in com
mand of hi-r now. He H'poits pleas
ant weather tho entire nip. The Maiy
Wlnkelman bilngs gencial meichaudic
to Musbtn II Hack (eld & Co
Schr Uoni Bliihtn silled from San
Francisco May 7 for Hllo.
A vory interesting prayer and
conferencn rnoetlng was held nt tho
Union Church last evening. Tlio
evangelist read Neh. 1 chap, and
based his remarks on Xclicmlnli
whom he charaoteiiEed as a man of
prayer and mighty faith and energy
In roii9ing up thu children of Israel
to rebuild tho temple. Kueourag
ing and helpful remarks were made
by Boverul of tho audience, testify
ing to lite power of God to save
To-night the service will he a
"confidential talk" for men only in
the Y. M. C. A. hall. Tickets for
fidmhsion can ba obtained at tho
ball free of charge. As tho meeting
promises to bo very largoly attended
11 who want to hoar Sir. Sayforcl
should codio early.
LOCAL i CEKSRAL HEWS.
OrtAi'RB for sale.
'I WEi.vn volume Unrjclopdia
l!riliinnic':i aie for tale,
Tim: Union lee Compi.nv hcUfoitli
it? biisimb in this paper.
Ulack-j:yld Susan nnd tho Rough
Diamond at tlu Opera lloti-e to
night. Ir is reported that John Richmond
bus been arrested for deserting fiom
Catt. Ninfeti of tin bin Kent in.1
Mnry Winkclman iilhatiked for tho
latest San Fiiiiicisi'o puper-s.
Tin: cfloct ophtin invi-rliguling
ciiintiiit tee ha t-t.nlcd ill ime-liga-lion.
Mr. J. V. Jon'S is employed
to lako the testimony in f.liorihand.
Comuadcs of G.W. UcLonrj I'o'Jt.G.
A. R., are summoned to meet at
lie'idquartero, to-morrow ovening nt
7 o'clock, to uttond :nemoiial sci'
A LAitcc oxire3 horse, belonging
to I bo Club Stable", kicked hiinclf
free of h.iriie-H nnd cxpiofs nt llio
coiner nf Fort and Queen strent,
M-it. .1. W. Junes, shorthand writei
of the ."uprenio Couit, tool: down
20.1,("00 wonh at the Ilonokaa Imml
cido trial, llilo. Ho toeitd lo'SS
pages with hi noto-i.
Bmcjm:yi:d Husaii will W. jd.iyed
nl the Opera House by the Bijou
Comedy Company this oveniug.
Somo of the Ch.iniinn men will
kindly assist on the oecisinn.
Wn.i. some one who has a copy of
the Sau Fi incfccn Exainmer con
taining Aniiio Lunrio'H lellur de.erib
ing her i"it to Mnb.kai, mail it to
Bro. Jii.s. Dili ton, Kalaw.i", Molukai?
Tim nro.luels of llnwaiian me
chanical iiidustiy hio i-port',d to
Japan. The Yi.iiptdhiro Maru will
take to Yokohama a line brako built
nt the Hawaiian .Manufacturing Co.'s
To-Jiounow is Whit Sunday. The
services of tho eecond congicgation
to Ht. Andrew's C.Hhcdial will be at
11:15 a. m. and 7.30 p. m., at which
special anlhens and servicer will be
sung. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor
CAPr.M.v Outhrio of the chip Bor
rowdalo io celebrating the thirty
second anniversniy of his birth. Tho
vessel ia gaily dressed with bunting
in honor of Hei Majesty Queen Vic
toria's birthday, as well u3 of the
captain's happy natal day.
An alteration is being nvidd to
the machinery of the People's Ico
Works and the manufacturing of ice
by that company will be upended
for ceveral days, duniig which timo
the. customers of the People's Co. will
be supplied with Union ico.
Mb. J. ITass.ird, mi old l:a:nuain.i,
returned from thu coast this morn
ing by tho burkentmo Mry Wiukel
man, after an absence of nearly
thirty years. Uc was for many yeaie
a ie?ident of Molokni, where it is
i-aid hia family arc Mill living.
Royal Ealutes weie fired at noon
by the Champion and shore battel y in
honor of Queen Victoria'' 71st biith
day. The naval and merchant bhips
are gaily dressed, A band concert
was given nt tho rctidencc of the
Briti.-ii Commissioner, Majur J. II.
By invitation of the pastor, the
Ceo. W. Dolong Post G. A. R. will
bo present at a memorial service at
the Central Union Chinch to-morrow
ovouing, May 2.", at 7 :U0 o'clock, nnd
will bo adilrehsed by Mr. S. M. Siy
foid,ai army comrado of the 8th
Army Corp, 19! Pennsylvania Regi
ment. Tnr six-onrcd boat race to Iho bell
buoy and return, between two crews
of thu Myrtlo lioat Club this morn
ing was won by Alico M. by about 15
lengths; time, 20.10. The ciewo
were: Strangei Thomas Ilobrou,
bow; H. J. McCailhv.Chas. Spinney,
John Walker, A. G. M. RobeiUou,
James Spencer, Ktroko; W. F. Love,
coxswain. Alice M. .1. L. Torbeit,
bow; H. Gunn, TZ. H. Wodehouse,
W. Wright, Chas. Crane, A. W. Car
ter, stroke; C. F. Ilenick, coxbwnin.
THE HAMMOCK AT WAIKIKI.
'Neath Algcroba shady branches
Swings the hammock In the breee,
While the sighing of old Ocean
Mingles with the song of leavci.
Healing balm for heart, sad fretting
Is ineaiiired out with nistlc zest
And the grasses so Inviting .
.lust the place to he and re-t,
While Bhe swings a dieam of bavou,
Lulled by natuie's kindly ait
Speaks ot peace, a restful htaven
For a sore and weary heat
On her lip-j the wind's soft kisses,
Fainter seem, more distant htlll to tne,
Sounds, the soft voice of her prattle
On thuheiehat Walkikl.
Beautiful comrade, remain forever
In our hammock to swing and alng,
Beautiful thought.-, come to mo ever,
But beautiful thought don't have wings
Stars shine high above tho iky
Of eaulis vagno whNpeiingt;
Under tho eaith's bioad bosom
Never a beauty llos
uut snail burn its way
To tho llui of day,
And lbish to oursurpilsc,
Hiiiu ot voices growing fainter
O'er our eyelids languor cieepi
Whlio in hammock Idly swinging
In the bieeu wo sink to sleep.
And the south wind whUpeis faintly
Of her soothing lullabies
At the lunch lu bran new hammock
S e cloe in sleep our diowsy eyes.
WnlMkl Villa, Sunday, May IS, 1SU0.
rpH EWORKINGMAN'S PAPER
X "The Daily Uullotto." 60 ramus
bAULtf BUJUUBttMMi. llUIiULUJ-U, U.
-j ry4 fM;i imnnmas jgwC3i rrm m cum m
THE LEBISLATIFflE. '
Kkiday, .May 2."..
Rep. Uionn and lohl; UaUlnlu
suppoited thu niaiti motion, for
making the Appoprintion Hill tho
order of the day Mondnvo, Wedncs
doys, nnd Fridays, beginning
Noble Mflofiuiani' supportcil the
amendment to tho amendment
(Rep. Riokaid's), for the oider to
begin Monday, two wf-eki.
Hep. Nuwuhl snltl tho plantei in
tho Ilotno wcro beginning to ho'l
ubout time, nlthough thoy could
btler afford to stay than othois.
Time made no difference to tho
Ministcis' salaries either, lie fav
ored beginning on th. bill J ine Old.
lie was against hiring epcit- by
the comniillee. Onu session u I'onf
mittee inclined n bill of CoUO foe
Ihrco dafj' work by experts.
Tho amendment lo the amendment
Rep. J. T. Uakcr moved that the
Miiiistci of Interior furnish mem
bers with Session Laws of 1 .'587 and
Noble Baldwin had a motion ready
which ho offered as .in aiiiendinenl,
vjz.: that the .Mininer of Interior
furnish mcmberi, taking their re
ceipts, with the Compiled Laws of
1S84, and Session Lawa of 1WG,
lb87, mid lSofJ, to be returned to
tho Minister at tho end of tho so
Rep. Ilalstead moved an uniend
ment to the amendment, which he
withdrew later in fnvor uf the
Noble McCarthy suggested that
as tho Compiled Laui did nut in
clude the Session Laws of 1831, the
hitter bhouhl bo included.
2soble Baldwin accepted the ug
gtstion and the aniendmenl cairiod.
Noblo Cornwoll gave notion of a
resolution that all printing for the
Assembly be done by contiact,
that all contruots be given to
Rep. K.ihookano moved that
resolution bo adopted.
Rep. Nnwaht thought the com
mittee should have- the same right
as the M uiiiler of InteiiorQo reject
the lowest or any bid.
Rep. Lucas stated that, at a meet
ing to-day noon, the Printing Com
mittee had decided on taking bids,
but would distribute- the work
utnuug tho lowest bidders, as no
single cilice could handle all the
w oi 1c.
Noble Cornwrll thereupon with
drew hte resolution.
Rep. Kahookano gavo notice of
intention to introduce a bill to
amend tho Act of 1868 relating to
jurisdiction of police courts in civil
suits ; also of a bill to amend chup.
22, laws of 1871, relating to juris
diction of district courts in civil
suits ; also, of a hill to amend the
divorce law of 1870; also, of a bill
to amend chap. 7-1, Laws of 1S8S,
relating to persons suspected of
leprosy; also, of a bill to repeal
sections 309 to 317, inclusive, Civil
Code, relating to vaccination.
Rep. Lucas gave notice of a bill
to regulate tho hours of labor for
mechanics and laborers ; also, of a
bill to regulate the importation imd
sale of opium ; also, of a bill to
regulate tho use of steam boilers nnd
Noble Baldwin road u tirst time
his bill regarding foreclosure of
niortgage, and it was ordered to be
Rep. Riekard gavo notico of a bill
to provide for tho prompt carriage
and delivery of mails by vessels
plying between Honolulu and tho
outer islands; al-o, of a bill author
izing the Minister of tho Interior to
grant a charier to a company for
conveying water from the llaiiinkua
mountains to different parts of tho
Island of Hawaii.
Rep. Waipuilani gavo notico of a
hill to amend chap. 2ri, Lawf. of
1888, relating to tho sale of salt
beef; also, of a bill to amend chap.
26, Laws of 1SS0, relating to li
censes for tho sale of salt .salmon.
Rep. Rosa moved the following:
"Wheieas, tho public prints of
this city have lately teemed with
charges of alleged thefts of opium
fiom the custody ot tho police and
customs olllcials of tho kingdom,
and especially from tho Police Sta
tion and fiom the Custom House in
"Thereforo resolved That n se
lect couunitteo of live members of
the llouso be appointed, with in
structions to thoroughly investigate
all facts connected with the seizure,
custody, sale, export, and account
ing for all opium which, during tho
past two years, has como Into pos
session of the police and customs
olllcials of Honolulu ; lo report from
time to time tho facts found by
them, nnd to report such recom
mendations, by bill or otherwiso, as
to such committee shall seem pro
per." Rep. Knlua thought the resolu
tion should hu biouder in scopo, so
us to take in ull the portx of tho
Minister Damon said that when
the matter was brought to his atten
tion last Saturday, ho addressed a
letter to tho Attorney-General ask
ing hint to make a full Investigation
of tho matter. This had been be
gun. Ho urgontly recommended
that tho committee ho given full
scope to investigate not only tho
customs but other departments, -
imj0m4 . .
Tho undersigned calls tho attention of the liomeHoeklng anil purchas
ing public lo his place on Nuuatiu Avenue, known ns tho "Magnin Place, "
which he intends lo jell at a Very Row Figuro wilh all the improvements
t hereon , to wit:
A 7-room 2-story
ith Hath.inout, Kitchen, Water & Clothes Cloaets attached, l-Hooni
Outbuilding, n Stable for two horses, Carriage! & Feed Shed, Chicl.cn
house & Extensive Chickenyard, Wnterpipcs nil over the grounds The
2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land !
And is planted almost entirely in Grapevines (0,000 piece?), Poaches,
Apricots, Plums, Figs and other Choice Fruits, all of which nro growing
remtiikiibly well in the cool alloy air. Chinese Tea now thrives on thu
land. An abundance of Ruses of iho choii-i"i kinds and u varie'y of uthrr
Flowers udoru the place the year around. Tliciu is no belter Property
than till-, in the market considering tho
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES and LOW PRICE !
The only reason of mile is, tlmt I am going
tn the C'oii't. The eventual puuhasoi of
Household Furniture, Range k
Herns k Vg3ai, limbic", l.s.,
C,.t2' For terms of .nle and all
Min'ster Ashford supported the
resolution, but agreed wi'li Hep.
Kaliiu. Tim case of the 2G3 lins of
opium substituted with bricks
utigiuated at Ivahului. Hu began to
i elate some disco cries of the in
vestigation. Rep. Blown objected to the eila
lion of facts by the Altorney-Gen-cial
in anticipation of the commit
.Minister Aihford accepted tho
suggestion. Ho moved to amend
the icbolution by changing "Hono
lulu" to "this kingdom.""
Rep. Ro-.i declined to accept tho
amendment because, hu thought,
they had enough to do with Hono
lulu, lu attempting to imestigate
the whole kingdom some new mat
ter might be obtained which would
necessitate tho committee's going to
llilo and other places.
Rep. l'rown supported the resolu
tion as it stood.
Rep. White did likcwi-jo, tolun
teering to servo on the committee.
Minister Damon said ho had been
taking a now departure- in tho cus
toms, by giing young Hawaiian
a chance. Ho wanted, if that com
mittee found that those boys wcro
freu from this thing, they would put
it up so broad and high that any
body could road it.
Noblo Widemann hoped tho lion,
member would amend his resolution
so as to have three committees
one for Honolulu, one for Maui,
and one for Hawaii.
Noblo Wulbridgo cited rule 27,
forbidding committees from meeting
while the House is in session, with
out special permission of tho House.
Ho didn't sco how tho committee
could sil if it had to go to llilo.
Noble Widemann H thoy cannot
go there, this witnesses can be
Noble Baldwin said it would bo a
good thing if they could investigate
affairs at ull ports of the kingdom,
hut he did not think it was practic
able. Tho resolution bring put was
Tho President appointcl, as the
select committee of investigation,
Rop. Rosa, Nobles Baldwin and
Mullor, Reps. Riown and Marques.
Noblo Jsenberg moved tho llouso
adjourn till 10 o'clock Monday
The Nichi Nichi bliinibun says:
As wo have before reported, the
Foreign Department purchased a
plot of land at Enokicho, costing
?70,000, for the site of the now Am
erican Legation. This is to com
pensate America's kindness in io
lurning the Shimonnseki indemnity.
The now stiucturo the Japanese
Government has arranged to erect
will ho much more imposing than
the old one, nnd through the ncncy
of II. K. tho U. S. Miniitcr, will pro
hably cam au address of thanks
GRAPKS on tho vine for udc at
5113 lw fort tiret.
l Q VOLUMi:Si:ncjclopni(ll.iTliltan
Xs& idea, Moioeeo bound, in good
never used. Apply
'IMH: lVopleV Ieo A, Refileratlng
X (.'o. will sell lee. from and aftur
dato In iiiiaiitllU'H to Fiiit at factoiy
jnleo at the grocery store of
Iir.NRY DAVIS .1 CO.
Honolulu, May 'M, ISM. SCa lOt
G, A. R, Notice,
lli:Ai)fjfAUTi:its, Geo. W. DfLono 1
l'osr, No, 15, Di:n, or i'ai.i- I
liin.MA, (J, A. R. f
Honolulu, May 21, 1800. J
LT. Comrades will meet
at llaiinony Ball, on
SUNDAY, May 25th. at 7
o'clock r. m. fharp, to attend
.Mcinoilal ,iei vices at Central
V. TIIR RILL,
to leave the Islands to return
the place cm, if he wants to,
Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
JJto., h Very Ita.eiiht)U l'rlcrt t
particulars apply at I he- premises
V. 13. KF.IWEL.
HiWAIIAN OPEili HOUSE
J. i:. liiown,
Ssitwrthty livening, May 2-1.
Comedy fi hmk h
will be pro-
" Blaok-eyed Susan "
The Rou&h Diamond"
t?j,' Itox plan at .1. L. Hrown'-. 1'ai
quette anil Du-s I'liele tfl; Ilalcony
r.'.e.; Oallorv ."i0e. fiUO-tt
L, O. AUIiEQ, MuriEKwr
Fori Street, : Honolulu.
Are low prepared ti dcliwr Ico to scy part
of tho O.ty.
The pacldiig and -hlpiueut of count ly
ordeis will receive nio-.t cireul atten
tion. All of our lee I- maimfiirtm oil from
fine Mountain Water, carefully lllteied
by the Hyatt I'uie Water Co. niter,
wh'eb U unhni-allv acknowledged to
be the bet lllter nude.
l'aeKa-e-j of I'.ntlei. flame, Pish,
Meat1-, Lie., lecelwil for colli storage
in our Refiigerjtlng R-oun nt mode
5Ji"" lee for ale at the l'aetory at any
hour, day or night. ,riU,l liii
ADDISTHATOB'S SALE !
On THUKSDAY, iWuy iiitth,
AT a OV !,(; Ji. NOOX,
1 will ell at Public Auction, at Mr. S
Cullun's, Walahole, Koolau, Oahii,
20 Horses and Colts,
2 Pair of WORKING OXEN,
lielonglng to the K-tate of .1. (Jlca
5C'.' ."it Aihiilui-tiator.
DUAtT drawn bj Gay .fc !obiumi
on J.T. Waloihou-e for SlUl.ritS
in favor of Akauiuia and endor-,ed by
Akauiiua and Ahl.o. Not eeit.ilu about
the number of cunti. Payment is
XOTlOl- ol" SAIjK.
MR. ROIJKHT ItARNFIKI.D will
hold a pilvatu sale, at his bimbo,
Spreel.el1-. Uloek, (lining the atiei noons
ot Sitiirday and Monday next. When
he will offer a election of local views
In biitb oils and wateieolor,, at m.iv
much i educed lates for cash. OS'.i til
rpiIR .Strangers' Pilend Society will
I hold its annual meeting on MON
DAY, May 'JUtb, at :i o'clock i m., at
tho re-idcncu of tho Hon. Charles U.
ItMioji. All intcrcoted aio coidlnlly
uiMieu io aueiiii. uentieiueii are in
vited for the owning
A NIUIM.OOICINO, Newly
Painted CottaKO on Ucni'
(aula atreet, between I'oit and
Nuiiami ntieets, containing parlor, 2
bedrooms, bathroom nnd patent clohct,
diuing-ioom and kitchen, conveniently
arranged. Rent moderate. Applvto
J. II. IUSUN-i.
CRl tf No. :)3 IJerotanl.i btrct.
JO KENT or LISAS 15
K&yfi, rPlIAT deiliabln Premises
sSvM - 011 Vnlt ilri''i, hi the
ES"McIneiny Illock," recently
occupied by J. N. .S. Wllllaiiiis, niltabfo
for olllco or fitoio. For Information
apply to oiIIcb Union Iron Woiks, Rs
pl.iiiade, or to
S51I Hit .t.N. S. WILLIAMS.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL SMcoluiiiiiH, nuroly locul matter
to forelcn countrlM, (5 jmr
Union Ice Se
NOW IB TLiK TIME 1
Socicty of the
Ate now (oiling their Bonds, and upon
ture ot Iusumnt'u go'S with every Bund.
Tho following aro a few of tho many nttractlvo forms off.-rd by "tliia
originil and progiosslvo Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED' FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " '.' . " "" '"
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES. -. J.
CHILDRENS' ENDOVMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company Is equitable, its payments) prompt and certain, nd its
(Vfiwifi. Xei- York Sun, April I. 'A, IS'JO.)
The Lnivre.si. litis'.jtnis Jv Tnuifsiefeil by it Life Assur
The new business of the Kqoitable L'fe Aesur.inre Society of New
York for the tlrst quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Yivit
.Million Doli.uis. Tliis i at the rate ol hmtlr-i( vitlllo n of'aiutr
anccor (he r'tr, and i uniirecelented m tiiu annals of life assurauce.
C",Inforuiatiou cheerfully furuinlicd to any who will write to or caII
upon the uuderpigned at his oillce.
General Agonl for tho Hawaiian Ijlanda, Kquitablc Life Assurance Society
of the C. S. ' Jati-1-lK;
H O L L
DRUGS&CH E M I C ALS !
Toilet- Article.-, Pine lVrfum ' oajiy, Put.
cine-j, Hoiucopatliic remedies,
Of Uxors Di f-i-rii lion.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOOA.CCQ !
MANUPACrntlCR OF I'jli; CKLBBRATHD
PSINC. KNCLCSIVKLY THR
HYATT PUKE WATER 8Y8TS?fl
KOU ALL AERATED IJEVERAOES.
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Famous Grand Active & Cilden A mil
With Broiler & Hot
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Consuming One-third Less Fuel, el;lnr vned or coal, (n&n any othet Stove
In existence !
B" No ndck Work Ahuut It ! iud a Clean Cut CUt I -a
Whose Qakin,-; Qualities are Unsurpaeeed !
Thi-j Grain i of a triangular fomi
vernible, so that k ioparato top mirfiiee can Ik used on altornato day-i; or if
the one Miirfaco in course of nee chowi- any war then tho r.thor can bo turned
up, uud o on the other, inahing it equal in d irability to three distinct GraLv.
AWAIAf HARDWARE Co.,
Fort Miect.o'.po. Si nckils' Rank, Honolulu, II. I.
u' ilx. . i' ', ii'ys' l1 1
E. R. IlKNimv, President it Maunder.
Uoofkky Uuown, Sccin'ary & I'lea-aiei
HAWAIIAN HAEDWAES 00.,
li. Nirsn;laM' SSuuR, : .rrt Ntrt1, lluiiu.'ulu,
IMPORTERS and Dl.ALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Grockery,
Qouuino Havilaud China, plain nud decorated; uud Yc1L7twocd
Piano, Library Stand Lainpn, Chnrdolicr t ElcetolmrK,
Lamp Fixture-) uf all kitidn, A coniph to assortin't of bulla & Vm,
PLANTATION SUPPLE Df EYERY DBSGRIPTION !
Tho "lrt7.ello" 3-whcoled Riding Plow . Eiiualizcr,
illuebeatd Rico Plow, Planter)' .Steel GoosoHCckt-d lloeri,
LARD, CYLINDER, 1CEHO.SENE, LINSEED,
Pai-tj, Yarnihlica nnishc, Manila A. Sinai Ruj,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
.JIoM4, JLlOf-O, JlrJLOWe,
ItUUIlER, WIRE-ROUND of miporior quality, A: SrEAM,
Agato Iron Waro, Silver Plated Wure, Tablo A. Pocket Cutlory,
Powder, Shot Uups, The Oelebi.ited'Club" Maoliino-loaded ftrtridja,
Hart's Patonl "Duplex" Rio Stock for Pipe ,fc Rolt Threading,
IIurtmau'H Steel Wire Voiu'o & Slel Virn Mats,
Vm. G. Fishoi'a WroiiKht Stool Rungiv
Gate City Ktono -iltors,
"Now rrocoof" Twwt Drills,
uov-29-89 Kcal'j Carriage Patou.
DKAI !SS IN-
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Vat.r Ailachmcnti !
hau'ii; three surfaces which
15 Y THE.
.rmiN Ksk, Vice-President
Ci.ou. 1!i:0n, Auditor.
gsr AIb & Soda
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