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TUESDAY, MAY 27, IMO.
OAHU RAILWAY a LAND COMPANY'S
uloulai: lit A in.-.
A. M. 1'. SI.
Ltue Honolulu !i:(i(i jam
Arrlvi Mnn-iri: !:!) 2:ls
Leave Miiitmui 11 : ! :ini
Arrive 1 Itiitolnlit 1 1 : IS -t : IS
A. M. 1. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu... !i:,;i) i .':;!( i :!:()u
Ariive.Mituaua ...10MS 1:1s .",:l.s
Leave Mamma.... U:Do 1:1.1 t :ti."
Anise Honolulu.. .11:1. L'illl .1:.'.:;
HlUM MM II
Stuir .Mil;:ilinlu fiom Maui anil 1 1 a-waii
Slim- Lil.elike fur Maul :il ." i in
StnirKlhiiioa I Inn fur llamal.ua :it B pm
Stmt Walalealc for Waiuica :iliil :i-
wlliw ill III " p in
Si mi baala for Kilamu anil llanalei :il
I i in
"VESSELS LEAVIUfi TO-MOfilSOW."
Sclii'llalcakala for Hawaii
Am blitue Ceo J Peil.hiu, Ael,erm:iii,
for Purl 'IV ii"nil
Am liMucC U 1'iinK, ('.laser, for San
Stmr Kalinlloa for Xawlliwili ami Ila
imiiimiiIii :il 12 m
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PDRT.
II IS M S Champion, SI Clair. I i II. i-
I! S f Niisc, Met 'in ley, from Siimoa
V S rt Adams..) (! (iiv'cne, from Samoa
l!r liii Itm low dale, (tullirlc, fiom
I'.Ul Planter, Dow, from San Franci-co
Am likl Innaiil, A II Paul, tiom San
15k Mux ; McNeil, KrIN, from San Frau-
Am M.t V (' Funl., A 0 (Isi'-rr. fiom
lirbl; Onii'j;:i, A V lirown, from llouy-
Am 4-ni-til schr (iolileu Slioic, llemlcr.
"on, from Newcastle, N S v
H:i nil Andrew Welch. II Marolon.
Irom S.iu Fianci-eo
Amlikt Robert Sudden, II ( Plbi'rg,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am ill. Matilda, awl-on, fiom I'oit
Am likl Alary Winkcliiiaii, II NU-eii.
from Saii Francisco
Am lik C'olii-'a, backus, from Newcastle,
X h V
Am -l-mnMi'il sehr K K Wood, N V Lar-
n't, fiom Newea-lle. N S V
Am ml- packet AInriiiu; Star, f! I'
Ourl.iml, fiom Soutli Sen Mauds
rOREICM VESSELS EXPECTED.
I' n F Cliaiicston, Commoilnre r.rowii,
1 1 tiiii San FraiicKeo duu May ll
likt.l A Kitlkunbtir-r, from IViu. (for
Kahu'iilj due Alav 7
Hi-ship lSlenllfld Milled fiom Liver
pool .Apr IS, dim Anjr '-M
Schr Alcalde, from I'or't Ludlow, due
l'tk Ataiunia, from Pn-jet Soiiml. due
Ccr hk Adoni- from liremen
Cur hi; Kau-t, fiom Xow Yoik
I'd; Fnele. .lolm, from Xe.weatle, duo
Jlkt Discovery. AlcXell, from San Fran
cisco, dim Alav 1 1
II II Al S Acorn, irom V.-iiiiin:ilt. H (.',
dun .May :!1
Hrhk Bilker from Loudon, -ailed Apr
l., due An; L'."
Sehr.l f! Xoiih fi nui San FiaueNco, (en
route for Alalmkoiia) due June I
Am lirgl Lui'line, Alnuou, from han
Fiauei-co, due June '2
J AI S S ealiindia, fiom San Fiauei-co
en route to the Colonic- due .luue 7
J AI S S Alameda from the Colonic- en
route lo San Fiauei-co due May III
II. iw S S Australia fiom San Fianc'i-co
due May ::o
The slinr J.ikelilte liiou;;lil May
2.1, !!l2t3 li.igrt miijar, SI Imh pot.iloe-,
102 hide.-, .'I hoi'.-e.", 12 Iiom, and IS I
Tlie ,lap,iue-e steam-hip Yiima-.-hiio
AInrii took yeeleiday 11 Clii
ih'm! steerage pa"(enj;erh fur Hoti?
Uonn, and 21 lajiaiuw for Yoko
hama. Tim Htmr Kaimilna arrived Sunday
nfteinoou from Kauai with 11170 hae,H
Hiij-arfor Jr. llackfeldiV Co.
The hklue Amelia, Captain Win
Newliall, sailed ye.sleid.iy for San
I'raueipco with 11,(17." bap, sugar.
Tliu Mliippi'i'n were: F A Scliaefer A
Wii, '1260 Ii,ijh sugar; V, Uiewer it
Co, i'i.")22 bag.s ; 0ulle Cooke, lioO
bags; '1' II Davies k Co, 721 bags.
Totals: 702 tons; domestic value,
TJie liktnu Mary Winkulman was
docked at the Jihli inaiket yesteiday
luorniiig to unload cargo. She will
leave in ballast, ou Saturday for I'oit
A nival May 21, Am bl.lue ICliki
tat, Cutler, from Honolulu.
Dnpaitiiie .May 21, Am bglne W
(i Irwin, McCu11di:1i, for San Fran-ei-co
with 721! tons sugar valued al
.V.II.nS.'i.tio; also the following pas-i'it-gur.i:
Mis LA Androv:s and child,
and Minn .Mead.
COWAN At Hamakiiapoko, .Maui,
May 22d, to the wife or .las,
Cowan, a daughter.
Km ion I'.ui.u'.TiN':
l'U'usu publish the following ques
tions for someone who knows to an
swer: 1st. How much and what propor
tion of taxes does the sugar interest
ol this country pay?
2d. AVhero is the balance of trade,
i. o., 88,500,000 (the balance be
tween our imports and exports)?
Does that enormous sum represent
the prollt of the sugar interest re
mitted out of this country?
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A rON'TINr.VllON of evidence in Ihe
Houokau homicide appear? mi the
Tin: Under of ii cold (-lovo but
Inner, iniiikctl I'). X., will he iuw.ii li
cit liy returning il to I'uul Neumann.
Rain iiitcifort-d with tin: IminI eon
eerl nt Emma Square liibl highl, and
brought it to a picmitlmc leimiiia
lion. I.v tliu Police Com I litis nmi'iiinn
ii Cliinainaii was sentenced In one
vt'iir nL Imnl labor for l.nceny of a
A cuk'Kiit mulch belwccn u team
fmin the ' I in til i( ii t and inn1 fiom
Hie shoio has lieeil iillulie.cd for
Tin: Hawaiian lliudwaro Co. luue
a new stock of tlie llnil.iuan Steel
Win Fence, which IlilS illteilily lie
eonie so popular in llonoliil'i.
Tin: Hospital Flower Society will
liotil an adjourned nicotine at the Y.
M. ('. A. p.uloin to-morrow, Wedne
day, at '.) p. in. A full atteinlndee i
A 'MAI I, package ha been found
on Foil Street by a xelmlni of the
Catholic SisU'ilmixl, anil ii now in
tlie hands of tin.' te.iebel- of that
school awaiting Ihe owner;
tionii keio.-ene can be had of T. H.
Uiivicn A Co. This is an ailielc dis-tiugiii-hed
by the name "Aloha," and
iH manufactured eNpietsly fur the
lillil. It bull's a test of LiO degjee-,
A PROBABLE SUICIDE.
A Alutual telephone message finin
(he Central nllice, this afternoon,
gave news of a unliable suicide al
Halemano Kaiieh, and no being con
nected with Ihe lanc.h telephone
further lailiculais weie obtained.
Atabiiiit I n clock today the dead
body of a man w.u found dangling
fiom a tiee neai theiauch. It seem
ed beyond doubt a ease of suicide.
The body hung about ten feel above
llio giyiiud and was suspended by a
lope around the pei-on's neck. The
lemains weie clad in woikingman's
clothes, but wern so decomposed it
was nnpo-sihie to leu al tun tune
whether they wei'o thn-o of a China
man or a native. At the time of the
me.-.-age it could not he surmised
who the peisou was. The police
weie telephoned f"1' '" I'1''1' charge
of Ihe body which is believed to have,
been hanging theio for seveial days.
FIRE IN A TELEPHONE TOWER.
About a nuiiitcr before hinc
o'clock hist niht the tower at tliu
Hell Telephone Central, with which
tlie w'nes of the ly-stcm are connect
ed, took lire. The lire was caused
by a wire of the electric light system
eominj; in contact with a wire of the
telephone system. As soon as the
lire w:i3 discovered, Charlie Crane,
one of the operators, with Hie assis
tance of Charlie Ilerriek, Henry
Crane, O. Swain, and a policeman
made an intelligent attack, ami ulti
mately succeeded in subduing the
Ihuups, by I lie application ol water
and wet blankets. The whole of the
wires were so badly damaged that
communication throughout the sys
tein has been suspended, for the
Ilrit time in nearly ten years. The
lire hells rang an alarm, and the
companies turned out, hill their
services were not needed. Air. John
Cassidy, with his assistants, set to
work at tin early hour this morning
to repair damages, and restore com
luunications, THE 24TH OF MAY.
The second boat race Saturday,
in celehrrtion of the birthday of
Queen Victoria, was between two
crews of the Ilcalani club, divided
as follows: Liliuokalani A. Wan
sev, .1. D. Holt, Lien. S. Smithies,
.I.'O. Carter, Jr , W. C. Single
hurst, W. 11. C. Creig, stroke; W.
1). Wilder, coxswain. ICaiulani
.1. II. Heist, F.dward Stiles, Al. K.
lCeohokalole, II. W. M. Mist, A. L.
C. Atkinson, Gail A. Widemann,
stroke; Hubert Atkinson, coxswain.
The Liliuokalanis won in 17 min
utes 'l:i seconds. Kaiulanis 18
minutes 15 seconds.
P.etween 12 and 2 o'clock II. Ii.
Al. Commissioner, Major .1. II.
Wodehouse, held a reception at the
Hritish Legation, Knuua street.
Among those who called to pay their
respects were: His Majesty the
King, attended by Col. (i. r", Mao
farlane, II. M.'s Chamberlain, and
Mr. J. W. Holiertson, Yicc-Cham-bcrltiin,
tlie diplomatic and consular
corps, captains and ollleera of the
Hriti-h and American war vessels,
the I'resident of the Legislature,
members of the J'rivy Council and
a large number of prominent resi
dents. The Hawaiian band was in
Allt. T. Chri-lley,' Foil slieel, not
far fiom the tloveruiiient selmol, has
grapeu for sale, at the rate of live
piuimls for one dollar. A geueioiis
Milllple of theft' grapes "en! In the
I'ri.l.miN nllices, pinves them In be
both huge and lu-eioii.-.
A i:i:.m nrm. dancing Iloor is now
being laid in the dining lonm of tlie
Hawaiian llcili 1. The II ing ma
terial was impuited by Allen A Hob
iiiriin, e-pecially for the puipo.-e,
and is of a very narmw width, with
straightverlie.il grain. The pieces
aie of extra length, 2S feel long, to
lay the entire width of tlie room,
leaving the whole Iloor wit limit a
jninl, and giving peifeei smoothness
lor diincer.'i to uhde over. The Iloor,
when completer!', will lerfemhle Ihe
dancing hall of the Hotel Del Monte,
at .Monti icy, Cala., and will lie stain
ed and waxed, and kept in pcifccl
condition fur balls and dam ing patties.
THE LEfilSLATUBE. !
TrnsiuY, May 27.
President J. S. Walker called the
house to order at 10 o'clock sharp,
when prayer was olfcrcd by I!ev. J.
Air. Chas. Wilcox, Secretary, and
Mr. Y. L. Wilcox, luleriueter,
read the inituiles of the prevtou
day, wli'eh were approved
Pep. lvamai irisenled a petition
from Alakawno, that the "Hayoncl
Coiiblilution'' be abolished. Judi
ciary connniltpc. Also, from Kula.
that the present Cabinet he tlimlss
ed because they are in opposition to
Atticle I ol the CouMitutiou. Judi
ciary cmnmiUci'. Also, one from
Kula, that the (lovernors In: rein
stated in olliee. Judie.ury cDiiunit
tee. l.'cp. Kapaphaole pre-ented a pe
tition from Molokai, that an Kng
lish school be established at Want
Itia; also, a similar one for an
Knglish scnool at Katnalo. Kdtica
lici'oit'is or rn.MMiTir.i'.-.
Pep. Jlrowu reported )roress
from the select cnmiuiUee on opium
frauds and asked for further lime,
Pep. Lucas, for Urn printing com
mittee, icpoiteil the draft of" reply
to the King's speech and the bill to
repeal the Kleetion Law printed.
Noble Macfarlane lor the linanee
cominitiei: reported progiess ami
said lliey should ask lor eleiieal as
Pep. Kulua moved the following :
"Whereas, Serious (inferences
have arisen between the respective
members of the Cabinet with refer
ence to the policy of extending our
treaty relations with the I'liited
Stales ot America and whereas the
Attorney-deiieral has asserted in
substance over his own signature in
the ncw-spapci ptess ot Honolulu
that such differences were owing to
an elfort. on the part of bis col
leagues in the Cabinet to contract
tieaty iclations with the 1'nited
Slates prejudicial to the. indepen
dence of Hawaii as a Sovereign
State and whereas the published
drafts of the treaty alleged by the
majority of Ihe Cabinet to represent
their wishes and ef foils in this be
hall are open to serious objection as
being inimical lo the independent
action of Hawaii in matleis of na
tional concern, therefore, be it
"Pesolved, That the Minister of
Foreign Affairs be, and he is hereby
instructed to lay before this house
witli all convenient speed the entire
correspondence between his olliee
and Hawaiian Minister at Washing
ton with reference to such treat v
revision or extension.
"2. The entire correspondence or
copies thereof in so far as it has
come to his knowledge or possession,
between the Department of State of
the 1'nited States of America and
either the Hawaiian Foreign Olliee
or the Hawaiian Minister at Wash
ington with reference lo such treaty
revision or extension.
".'!. Copies of all the minutes of
all Cabinet meetings or Cabinet
Councils of the Hawaiian Cabinet
wherein or whereat such treaty ex
tension or revision has been dis-iMis-iPil,
such correspondence and
minutes to cover the period from
January 1st, 1880, to the present
The mover, in support of his reso
lution, referred to the public inter
est taken in the treaty matter for
some time past. We all know that
there has been a dilference of opin
ion in tlie Cabinet and the Attomey
(leneral has come out publicly and
stated his version of the dillicnlty.
As this is a matter of public impor
tance, and as there is a difference in
the Cabinet, tlie House has a right
to demand that all documents be
laid before it. The House should
determine whether the Attorney
Oeneral or the other members of the
Cabinet are right. For my part 1
am strongly in favor of the treaty
provided it is a proper treaty. The
present treaty has increased the
wealth ami progress of this country,
and if we can make a new treaty
for the beuelit ot this country I am
in lavor of it. The Minister of For
eign Alfairs speaks of this treaty in
his report. I do not know what led
to the difference on this treaty, un
less il is in the sixtli article, provid
ing that the treaty is to he in force
until terminated by mutual consent.
This means that it Hawaii wishes to
withdraw from the treaty at any
time she cannot do so without the
consent of the United States.
Pep. Kapachaolo was in favor of
the resolution so far as having the
correspondence and all the docu
ments. The only thing he objected
to was the indefinite time in which
the Minister was to reply. lie moved
to amend by inserting the words,
"within three days," instead of "as
sfion as he can conveniently." His
constituents took a great interest in
! the matter. He did not come in the
House pledged to support either
the Pelonn party or the National
Pefonn party, but lo watch the. in
terests of the people and Ihe whole
Pep. 15i own was not in accord
with the Ministry in regard to this
treaty, for the reason of the present
unsatisfactory state of the American
tariff. If the duties are taken off
sugar we ate bound under this
The undersigned culls the attention of Ihe liomeseeking and purchas
ing public lo his place on Aiiuanu Avenue, known as tliu "Magnin Place,"
which ho intends to sell at a Very Low Figure with all the improvements
thereon, to wit:
A 7-room 2-story Dwelling House !
With Ihuhi'ooni, Kilclien, Water A- Clothes Closets attached, a l-Poom
Outbuilding, a Stable lor two hor-es, Can iaes A. Feed Shed, Chicken
house iS. intensive Chickcnuud; Walerpipci all over the grounds The
2 Acres of the Flncct GaiUon Land !
And is planted almost entiiely in Orapevines (i'.,H0() pieces), Peaches.
Apricots, Plums, Figs ami other Choice Fruits, all of which are giowing
lemaikably well in the cool valley air. Chinese Tea now thrives on the
hind. An abundance of Po-es of the choicest kinds and a variety ol other
Flowers adorn the place the year around. There is no better Property
than this in the inaiket considering the
CLIMATIC ADVAWTAOE3 nnd LOW PillCE !
The only reason ol sale is, that I am going to leave the Islands to return
in the Coast. Tliu eventual purchaser of the place can, if he wants lo,
iionssliold Furoiliire, Range & Kilclien Utensils, Garden Tools,
Horses fc Wagons, Hntnvaw , lite., lite, at a Viry rti.ucn.iWo Fncei t
JtciT" For terms of
il', 2 lw
sale and all
treaty to admit all American pro
ducts free of duty, while our sugar
will have no advantage In the Tinted
Stales markets. He did not favor
this resolution because tiie commit
tee on loieigu relations was capable
of dealing with the matter, without
taking up the time of the House by
the special committee tor which the
resolution called. The committee
on foieign relations should thor
oughly investigate this matter, and
for thai purpose should lime fiom
the .Minister of Foreign Alfairs
every document in relation to the
treaty. A great many members of
this House are new, and if they
kept on day after day piling up
special committees, the standing
committees of the House would he
unable to despatch their business.
Noble Palilwiu opposed the ieo
lutiou on the same grounds as the
pluvious speaker. Asa member ol
the committee on foreign relations
lie coitlil say mat il would tully in
vestigate tlie matter. Another ob
jection was .to the clause in effect
that the proposed treaty was inimi
cal to the interests of this country.
It was asking them to prejudge this
treaty on the streugth of newspaper
reports and slreel rumors. He
called the attention of the Chair to
the fact that the Ministers' reports
had not yet been refened to their
Itep. Nawahi was in favor of the
resolution as it stood. He was sur
prised that members should make
objections. For all the House
knew, the members of the Ministry
might be agreeable to the passage
of the resolution.
Minister Thurston said the ques
tion brought up by the icsolution
was unquestionably one of the most
important that would come before
this House. 1 here had been a great
deal of partisan feeling raised on
the matter by the opponents of the
Government. Now that there were
no elections to be run the House
should bo ready to treat the whole
matter as a purely financial ques
tion, without making il a tarty is
sue. He hoped the House would
not act hastily on the strength ot
what had been said in tlie news
papers, much of which everybody
knew was untrue. There were many
among the rank opponents of the
Government who were not against a
treaty, and as far as general princi
ples were concerned in that treaty
they favored it. He. was satisfied
that all the House wanted was to
have all the documents laid before
it. He was opposed to this icsolu-
ttftn looii iion Ilia I n iwriimrd ipn I nil i rn1
ing the treaty to be "inimical" to
Hawaiian interests. He was pre
pare to argue to the bitter end that
this treaty was not inimical to this
country, bill he did not want the
House'to prejudge the matter as
this resolution was designed to do.
It would be a dangerous thing to
Insert in any resolution which might
be passed by this House, that a
liealy was inimical to our interests
which the House on full examina
tion found to be the opposite ol ini
mical. Tlie information could be
obtained without that, clause. With
regard to the request for minutes of
Cabinet meetings, the Minister said
that while proceedings were kept of
Cabinet Councils, there was no law
requiring minutes of private confer
ences of the Cabinet. The produc
tion of what were only imperfect
minutes of those private meetings
might do injustice to one or more of
tlie Ministers. What the House
wanted to know was what the Cabi
net hail done. He moved to amend
the resolution by sinking out tlie
preamble and the clause asking for
minutes of Cabinet meetings.
Xoblu Wiilcmaiiu thought that by
striking out the words n question
the resolution would bo destroyed.
Pep. P. W. Wilcox was surprised
thai certain members should be
alarmed at this resolution. The
Minister of Interior was the only
member of the Cabinet who opposed
it. Tho Minister of Foreign Alfairs
did not seem to he able to speak for
himself. This treaty matter ought
to be investigated. One member of
tlie Cabinet at least appeared not to
be an annexationist. Pei haps when
this was investigated it would ho
found lliat members of the Minis-
artaitaiiifegftiai ' vriftrtiaiiiiilSiiifcirirtr-pi MByaaiiMMBMMMBMIiMMlBM"i"'ig
particulars apply al the premises,
F. JR. KF.FFEL.
try are annexationists. It, was re
ported that the .Minister of Interior
tried to intimidate Ilia Majesty into
signing a commission for negotiating
this trenty, thieiitening him with ie
moval from the throne as the penal
ty of refusal. Tlie objections on
the pail of the Cabinet show that
the Alini-teis are alraid of exposure.
Pep. Pickard refened to the iiu
poitanoe of the matter. Tlie 1'niled
Stales was our best friend. She had
pioved the -alvalion ol our count rv.
liuforethe reciprocity treaty went into
effect where was this country: Ik
had as much a lolm hr Hawaii as any
Hawaiian member. He was pledged
to his constituents to watch this
treaty matter, and he should be
sorry to take part in anything that
would endanger the prosperity or
independence of this country.
Hep. Push was in favor of the
resolution. He was in favor of a
treaty with the Knitcd States, but
not of such a one as the Cabinet
had submitted to a meeting of mer
chants. The Pulled Staled had
been our good friend, largely on ac
count of her being the nearest to us
ol the great Power.-. The report of
the .Minister of Foreign Affairs was
a very meagre one. Il looked as if
tlie Ministry had suppressed some
thing. He was opposed to the
treaty's provision requiring mutual
consent to its termination, also to
the clause giving the 1'nited Stales
tlie right of being informed as to
treaties this counuy may negotiate
witli other countries, lie would not
sacrillce tht independence of the
country for any commercial advan
tages. Hep. Kalua accepted the amend
ments of Hep. Kapachaolo and Min
ister Thurston, and the resolution
as amended can led without dissent.
The House took recess fiom 12 till
1 :.'!0 o'clock.
TIIE REVIVAL SERVICES.
On Saturday evening Mr. S. M.
Say ford delivered a plain and very
earnest "confidential talk" to the
young men of the city on the evils
of licentiousness, gambling, drink
ing and other sins. The Y. M. C.
A. hall was nicked with men, who
appreciated tlie advice given by Ihe
speaker, and if followed it certainly
would be for the good of Hawaii
Nei. The Kaniehaineha Glee Club
rendered a few songs, and were lus
tily applauded for their good singing.
Sunday afternoon the. evangelist
conducted a bible class to Christian
workers, on tliu subject of "Doing."
i ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE !
On TIIUJtSDAY, 3Iay I!)llif
AT 1!4 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
I will -Jell at Public Auction, at Mr. S.
Oullen'.-, Waiahnle, ICooIau, Oaliu,
20 Horses and Colts,
More or Iff.-; anil
2 Pnir of WORKING OXEN,
Itflnuging to the Estate of ,1. (.ilea
ii'- ol Ailmini-tralor.
Till) A 1 StfliliiNlilii
J " Sagami Maru1
W 1 1 1 leave Honolulu for 1 lit nlme pi Ms
on or aliotii
LSf" For freight or pas'ige, hiving
snperioi cabin anil ste-inge uccoaiiiio
ilutloiiH, apply to
Win, G. IRY1N & Co.,
FOR SAL 15
I O YOI.PMES Pueyclopa'illa Ilrltan
I Aj ulca. Morocco ImiiiiiiI, In kiidi
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local uuittoi
NOW IS TUB TIME !
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Ponds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with oveiy Pond.
The following arc a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and pi'ogte-sive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDREMS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, il
(J'Vom the iVwo YorJiSmi, April Ui, 1MJ0.)
The liiiraoHt Jlusinc-M's Fvor Transacted by u Life Assur
The new business of the Kquitablu Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fimv
Million Doi.i.ahs. This is at the rale of tiro hundred millions o'aMitr
(tiurfor the ictr, ami is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
USy-lnformaliou cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olliee
ALEX. J. OARTW&tGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian inlands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tlieU. S. Jan-1-90
DRUGS & CHEMICALS !
Toilet Articles, Fine l'eifunn'B A Soaps, Patent Medi
cines, lloiucopiitbic IteiiRtlics,
.F3oi'rja.51i.. jS oo'J
Of Pveiy Pei-criptii.n.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES & TOBACCO !
M.VNL'FACTPKKUS OF THE CKLKUKATKI)
HoSlister's Ginger Ale & Soda Waters
USING EXCLUSIVELY THE
HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM
J'OH ALL AEHATED IIEYEKAOES.
I4P.I KOICV STKNHT. :::::: IIOXOMIML
E. H. IlKN'Mir, President .t Manager.
(ioiKiM:v llitinv.v, .Secretary A: Treustuer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. NpreckctV Eiimk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
1 M POUTERS and DEALERS IN
Oen'i Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Havilaud China, plain and decorated; ami Wcilgtwecd
Piano, Libraiy t Stand Lamps, Chandelier. A Eleetoliers,
Lamp Fixtuics of all kinds, A complete- as.soitm't ol Pulls fc 1'ilei,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Tim "(Ja.elle" .'1-wliccled Eiilinu' Plow it Equaliei,
Plucbeaul Pico Plow, Planters' Steel it tJoosei-tecl.eil Hoes,
LAPP, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, YiuiiishcH A Rrushc-, Manila iV. Siil Eopo,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
IIoso, I-Joso, Hoso,
RIJHUER, WIRE-ROUND of supiior quality, it STEAM,
Agate lion Wan:, Silver Plated Wuro, Table it Pocket Cutlery,
Puwilor, Shut it Caps", The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cuitridged,
AG lSN'I'W 1TO J
Hart's Patent "Jbiplex" Die Stock for l'ipe Jlolt Thieading,
lLirtmanV Steel Who Fence .t Steel Wiie Main,
Win. H. lMfher's Wioughl Sleol Ranees
flate I'itv Stone J-'illern,
"New Process" Twist Drills,
IJilllOlHl ItllM'It," NK.
tufj jrTT1"" ""V7TT" "T"5 1 .
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLTJMBINO, TIN, COPPER
0s Sheet Iron Work.
payment"? prompt and certain, and Its
.ronr; Ksa, Viei'-I'ro.-iileiit
C'KC'ii. JJisow.n, Auditor.
Neal's Carriage Paints.
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